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THE ARIZONA REPUBIMI DAILY AND- WEEKLY. rcausHED BY the leading newspapers of the east, claiming membership in the Republi can ranks. As a Republican, holding to and advocating all of the principles THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY, which have made the Republican orga nization the wonder ana prtae 01 ae MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRKB8. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ' Publication Office: 40 North Center street, Entered at tne postoffloe at Phoenix, Arizona, .as mail mailer 01 me Becona-ciass. WITH A MISSION AND WITHOUT A MUZZLE FOR THE FRE1C OOISAUE F 81I.VEK AT A KATIO OF 16 TO 1. Sill OP FOR ARIZONA; BY CARRIER. The Daily Republican is deliered by ear ner m V amuix at lb cents per week or 11.00 per NmoMh tnadvance. Snhiu.rihflrB f&iline to eet The Republican regularly or promptly should notify The Rk fublicah business office (not the carrier) in Order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone Mo. 47 BY . MAIL. Daily, one year 10 00 Daily, six months 5 00 Daily, three months 2-50 Sunday Republican, oneyeir 2.50 Sunday Republican, six months 1.25 Weekly Republican, one year 2 00 Weekly Republican, six months 100 . Terms: Strictly in advance. .rap-All oommunifaiions relating to news or editorial matter should be addressed to Editor Republican. - ansir Remittances and businessletters'hou Id be addressed to The Arizona Republican Company Phoenix, Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. PHOENIX, AUGUST 21. 1896, Republican Territorial Platform. FINANCIAL, PLANK. We assert that we are lor the free and un limited coinage ol silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 and we hereby instruct tbe delegates to the National convention to use every means in ' their power to secure a clause in the National platform favoring the free and unlimited coin age of sliver. world, we -repudiate this style of out-. break, and denounce the editors mak ing use of It as traitors to true "Ref- pubiieanismj enemies of tne people, the hirelings of wealth, and the de stroyers of patriotism. This question of finance Is a legiti mate one, and, difference of opinion has prevailed respecting it since long before our time as a Nation. Today the issue Is fairly and squarely before the people. It is being studied as never before. The process of educa tion and enlightenment is 'being car ried into the homes of our millions. The upholders of the free coinage of silver are presenting facts and backing them with, statistics, and calling at tention to the present condition of the country as tihe result of doing busi ness on the basis of a single standard. We ask if any attorney could thope to win the opposing side of the case be fore a Jury in court if he simply con fined his response to tbe use of vul gar and slanderous epithets hurled at the head of the counsel for the first side? The cry is. going up from all over the land to stop 'this abuse, and it seems as if they might easily see wiherein irreparable' injury is being inflicted to their cause by still adher ing to the more than reprehensible practice. LArfifcatures peculiar 4ip Pills. QrnalL&t. 9 to have written the question direct to Bryan relative to his salary from the silver mine owners. The public would now have more confidence in this statements as to finances. When he talks about the political second child hood of Senator Stewart it will in cline hi3 hearers to remark that it would .be well of he possessed less of the first childhood politically. If the facts bear out the belief of Acting Governor OlMeara of Missouri, that "there are a number of men whose lives are rotting away In tihe state penitentiary undeservedly," it is his duty to carefully., investigate .them and, if he is backed by indisputable The New York 'papers are telling proofs of the facts -then Ihe should par- BULLS AND BEAR3. that the "bears" are directly responsi ble for the recent decline an stocks in Wall street When there 4s a rise the same capers tell that the "bulls" were euecessful in a concerted movement in stocks. The war between "bulls" and "bears" has been, waging ever since the institution known as a stock exchange was introduced to curse a country. One r tihe other will seize upon any excuse to cause a change in the stock market (The death of a Gould, or a Vanderbilt will cause stocks on the exchange list to go down at an alarm Ing rate, the "bears" climbing on top and with all their strength lending assistance to the down movement, fill ing and flowing over with glee the Closer the approach to actual panic. Schemes originate by which certain stocks are - cornered, great demand springs up for them, the shorts must have them, the "longs" hang on, and these stocks go up and up, the "bulls' wi'ift their horns underneath, lifting still lifting, and shouting joyously as the news is called in the pit that this or that firm has gone, broke, this and that bank has suspended,, this or that speculator "or broker has committed suicide, and panic reigns, until the : scheme exulodes,'; quiet enters, the dead and dying are carried out of the i pit, the wreckage and debris carted way through a back door, and Wall street settles down to await the event of another screaming good time. ' Who are these "bulls" and these "bears?" They are not the farmers of the west and south. They are not the workers and wage-earners of the west end south. They are not the men who go down into the bowels of the earth and dig to bring forth that which is of value to the world. In the west and south, according to the journals of Wall street, there are only anarchists, communists, socialists, red-handed as sassins, revolutionists, lunatics and pepudiationists. ,. They are not "bulla' . and "bears." i . . 'ivr, ' It is so nice to know that - these "bulls" .and "bears" are .trying to save the country from the wreck and ruin the west and south are attempting to force upon it asy to Take asy to Operate said: " You never know you have taken a pin till it is all over." 25c. C. I. Hood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. The only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Pills ixs a irr a i iv i r r. . . . . ik . .. : We are pained to learn that intimi dation and bulldozing has been fur nished a start at the home of one of the presidential candidates. Now we shall expect to be pained right along from various quarters. Party leaders certainly should have sense enough to know that a reaction is bound to follow in the wake of all such efforts. Business failures ; in the United States last week numbered 298 against 196 m the corresponding week last year.- Certainly -the' goldbriks ':- would not have us belie jatf j cinagq of the metaQs rgsjponsible'for his. . t WATCHES JEWELRY COOK & BELL, 138 West Washington St., official Watch Inspectors S. F. PIKEMX, ARIZ. A P. P. R. R THE PHOENIX GKOCEEY COMPANY. E. N. and J. E.MSON, Prep. Occupying the comer store of the Ford Hotel. The most complete Block in Anzoua. . . . FINAL AUCTION SALE OF NEW BUGGIES, MONDAY, AUG. 31, AT 10 A. M. SHARP. At the corner of First tiv.d Washington. I will offer at auction the following j named vehicles to the highest bidder. . .. Rev. C. O. Brown must have a num ber of closets to accommodate all of his skeletons. The latest scene in the drama is .the act entitled "The Brutes' Triumph Overman." It is now reported, ithat Boston has a monster sea turtle,that. is eleven feet long, barks like a -dog-and eats pork and beans. Does it wear glasses? don every Jast one of them. There should .be a federal law regulating such investigations and such pardons. The power to pardon is a dangerous one and should not be lightly settled upon any one man's shoulders, but when a state refuses to create a board of pardons, and the law does not in terfere with the executive, then he is entitled to credit when ihe seizes the situation and judiciously exercises his prerogative. . Last Monday during a meeting in the Methodist church at Berea, Ar kansas, the Rev. J. J. Oolson was of fering up a vigorous protest against the drouth, and .praying for rain. Right there and then a storm came. It blew the church from its foundation, wrecked the latter, blotted out the lives of several of tihe congregation, injured a large number of others, and the pastor was handled so severely that no hopes are entertained of his re covery. Jf those people and that pas tor had put their trust in the Lord and had faith that He did everything for the best and all things well they would not have attempted to interfere in His business. Who shall say the punishment was not a just visitation? In suicides, murders, accidents and general news of a startling nature, Butte, 'Montana, has 'lately taken the rag from 'Birmingham, Alabama. Thurston should make a memoranda of that famous aphorism of Davy Crockett "First knq;you are right, then go ahead." '"' ,; ' . We have not heard that Nansen, the explorer, ever committed a crime. But stars and garters look at his pictures. ONE TOP BDGGY. - ; ONE OPES BUGGY. . , ONfi PHILADELPHIA BREAKING CAhT. ;0SETW0-SEATEHIAG0a.-;, : ODE CDT UNDER SURRY. - ' ONE 3-SPMG CARRIAGE, .i ONE JUMP SEAT SURRY. ' ONE PHAETON. 5 ; , .! ONE PENH YAS BIKE CART. All of the above vehicles are of the beet eastern makers and warranted to stand tbe climate. Can be inspected previous to sale at the old Ward stables, Center and Madison Sts. Aug. 29 and 30. ' A. L. BAKBEll, - - - - Auctioneer. pad county has the man who would be consulted in the matter of appoint ments and 'whose recommendation would probably go further than that of any man in the territory and that man is Col. J. F. iWllson, who was a dele gate to the National Democratic con vention. Col. Wilson Is an old time, warm personal ' friend of Chairman Jones of the National Democratic com mittee, hailing from the same state, and prior to the meeting of the con vention was frequently consulted by Mr. Jones by letter, on the political situation. If Bryan is elected, which he will not be, Col. Wilson will be in a position to get anything he may ask for, for either himself or his friends, and he has the ability to fill any po sition in the gift of the president from a cabinet position down. DIED FROM HIS WOUNDS. The Washington Star 'has been try ing to figure out why it is that on Sat urday afternoon a man' 11 sit down un der an electric fan with his shirt col lar open and say the heat won't let him do a stroke of work, and the next day put on a sweater and ride his bi cycle thirty-seven miles between the hours of ten and four, and never say a word about the weather. Some of these people who figure up the output of silver and its effect on the com mercial ratio ought to get to work on this. The insurance companies are now busy denying that the offensive circu lars were sent out with their knowl edge or authority. In fact, they take it all back. Strange that all of their policy-holders should be in receipt of the circulars that told them in case of their death their heirs should receive but 53 cents on the dollar, and the companies remain in ignorance of it until their attention was called to them . by proceedings in bankruptcy. Well, we all have our enemies. THEY ARB CRAZY. "Bryan Burglars," "Bryan a3 an An ercCiist," "The RednHamded Assassins of Public Credit," "The chool of So cialism,"' "The Shortcut to Pillage," "The Recipe for Revolution," "Lunacy Running Amuck" and "The Orgie of Repudiation." "" (These are a few culled from some of Carefully looking over the field it is very evident to the political observer that if Bucky O'Neill is not elected to congress this fall the other fellows will not pass much time in sleep while his defeat is being compassed. Hund reds of Republicans will vote for him in preference to voting for any fourth rater, and hundreds of Democrats will vote for him in preference to voting for a candidate who has not their complete confidence in every respect. THE SPHRim OF, THE PRESS. Prescott Courier: Seven mining schemes, representing over half a mil lion dollars, have been put in active operation in this county in the last sixty days. . : ' . . , j Tucson Star: iDtming the last two weeks several more new and import ant copper discoveries have been made in Pima county, within a radius of thirty miles of Tucson, which leads us to remark that if these discoveries continue and the quantity and rich ness of ore holds but, as shown on the surface, Pima county will be the great est copper producer some day in the world. Journal-Miner: The iRoss family in this county are looming ud in a Dolit- ical. wayj'ilW. W. Ross has announced himseEtVas a candidate'for' treasure before .the Democratic convention. ' H. D. Ross, register of the land office, is tn the race for district attorney on the same ticket, while John S. Rosa is be ing spoken of as Republican candidate lor snerirr. . Mohave Miner:- A full fledged free saiver ucKet win 'be put In the field in Mohave county 'this fall. Tucson Star: The Yaqui Indians who oave oeen Killine citizens and sol diers in Pima county, have committed a territorial offense. It is hoped, how ever, they can be punished under the ieaerai law, as we believe they can, for they have .been levying war against a foreign and friendly power, from American soil. This would spare Pima county a great expense in .pun ishing them for their violation of law. Journal-Miner: As an illustration of the political situation here, the atten tion of The JournalMiner has 'been called .to the fact that one precinct in the county elected the same man as delegate to the Republican county convention, then to the Populist and again to the Democratic convention. Journal-Miner: Wiley E. Jones of Graham county is spoken of as a can didate for delegate to congress on the Democratic ticket. CINCINNATI, Aug. 20. Fred S. Rothacker, stabbed by Attorney Chas. Lundy yesterday morning, died this morning. The charge against Lundy was changed to murder, but it is likely a case of seJf-defense will be shown. way, they effectually relieve headache, water brash, and prevent diarrhoea or summer sickness. They are, there fore, indispensable in seasons when bowel complaints or malaria prevail, ana 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 WOiRLD-S FAIR, THE NEW AMBASSADOR.. LONDON, Aug. 20. A dispatch to the Telegraph from Paris says that Right Hon. Sir Edmund John Monson, British ambassador at Vienna, is cer tain to 'become English ambassador to Paris. "Schilling's Best tea has got to win; quality' high, prices fair, money-back. Buckingham's Dyie (for the Whiskers is a popular' preparation in one bot tle, and colors evenly a brown or black. Any person can' easily apply it at home. .Mr. Natanael - .Mortonson, a well known citizen of Ishpeming, Mich., and editor Superior Posten, who, for a long time suffered from the most ex cruciating pains of rheumatism, was cured eight years ago by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, having never felt a twinge of it since. Aver'a Sarsanarilla en leva tfia at. , v , a n . me aaiy Diooa puriner aiiowea an ex hiblt at the World's Fair.. Chicago. Manufacturers of other sarsaparUia& 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." It would have been quite an easy matter if Thurston desired to know, The hair, when' mot properly cared for, loses Its lustre, becomes crisp, harsh and dry, and falls out freely with every combing. To prevent this, the best dressing in tihe market is Ayer's Hair Vigor. It Imparts that silky gloss so essential to iperfect beau ty. Ayer's Ague Cure 4s an antidote for malaria and all malarial diseases, whether generated by swamp or sewer. Neither quinine, arsenic nor any other injurious drug enters into the compo sition' of this remedy. Warranted to cure fever and ague. Lumber at cut prices at The L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. If you are going to build select your lumber from a stock that is the largest, consisting of the best grades, dry est condition, and which we offer at the lowest prices. If you use our lumber your house will not fall apart In after years. It al ways pays to build from a good dry stock, Especially in this climate this is a point worth observing'. The L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. Journal-Miner: The Tucson Star has named Judge W. H. Barnes as the dis penser of patronage in this territory in the case of Bryan's election. (The Phoenix Gazette takes issue with The Star and says that Joe Alexander will , pluck Vt rich official plums from the Democratic tree and distribute to his' friends all that he does not want him self. Now of course this is all spec ulative, as Bryan will not be elected, "this year," but if it were among the possibilities for him to get in, Yava- 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 nausea, indigestion, biliousness and A Bad Complexion Can be made beautiful bv scientific (ace treatments. Tan, freckles and blenches completely removed. MRS. V41LACE. Toilet Parlors, Ford Hotel, upstairs. WAGON SHEETS. TENTS. Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store.