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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN:
SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1896. M1RIZ0M REPUBLICAN. CHARLE8 C RANDOLPH, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS. The Official Citv Uaper. Pnblication Office: phone No. 47. Adams Street. Tele- Hntered t the nristofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, 18 mail matter of the seeoad-clase. PHffiNlX. NOVEMBER 7.'l96. Speaking of the late unpleasantness, has any one heard., f ram Tammany Shall? HE MOST BE TRUE. (We print this morning a tetter from Mr. .E. B. Gage of ProscOdt in re lation to the office of governor. Mr. Gage, while declaring that he would not accept any 'political office, lays Stress on the fact that the next gov ernor of Arizona should be one who was not afraid, in ithe recent campaign, to stand squarely on the St. Louis .plat form. His tetter has the true ring. The next governor should be a true Republican, mot a ttrimmer. As Mr. Gage says, 'the interests of Arizona should "be placed above the wishes of lamlbitiaus mien." This point will be urged uponMr. McKinley. OTTR A THEY DESERVE PRAISE. We can fairly hear Tillman's snort of rage as he hie3 himself back to South Carolina. Aitgeld translated means "old money," and Altgeld will have to con tinue its use, much as foe would like a change. It is due the Bryan managers to say that their nerve held out magnificently. They kept up their absurd claiming to the very end. It can (be said for Candidate Bryan Chat, at one time or other, he succeeded In scaring everybody but Mark Hanna and the men who bet. The Chicago Tribune intimates that Senator Vest lis "a pestiferous, old ass." The Tribune ought, to be ashamed of Itself. (Mr. Vest is not old at all. Great praise is due the Republicans of Navajo, Coconino and Apache coun ties. They stood .squarely on 'the St. Louis platform in the fight just ended and fwon a glorious victory, lake the. Republicans of Maricopa, they had mo use for half-way measures. Good Re publican doctrine was good enough doctrine lor them. Their attitude looms up in contradistinction to that of Republicans in other counties who tried to cany water on both .shoulders and were defeated. The .public has am honest ad miration (or men who possess the courage of their convictions. The ex ample of these sturdy Republicans cannot fail to exert a good influence in the politics of this territory. It really looks as if the Cuban insur gents didn't iwant a settlement of their troubles. A week ago General Weyler invited them to "surrender collective ly," and not a white flag has yet been run up. - English capital shows a de3ire to recross the Atlantic. McKinley's elec tion has shown John Bull that the United States may be depended upon to take no . backward or dangerous steps. Let tine golden flood set in. The stronger it Is' the tetter. There are many receptacles for it in Arizona. The .esteemed Examiner takes its medicine with, better grace than we looked for. 0 doe3 the New York Journal. The Examiner declares that ' the result of the enaction is not a ver didt against silver. In view of the tre mendous jar The Examiner received on Tuesday we shall not try to split hairs with iL The tide of eastern l:ravel is now set ting Arizonaward. The tales of this marvelous territory have excited gTeat interest in the haunts of capital and me irosc King, people are coming to spy out the1 land. If thay are properly received they will oome again. Let all Arizona constitute itself a commit tee of reception. Let everybody put his shoulder to the wheel and help bring prosperity to this land of sunshine! Is what gives Hood's Sarsaparilla Its great popularity, its constantly increasing - sales, and enables it to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, proportion and process nsed in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla are unknown to other medicines, and make Hood's Sarsaparilla Peculiar to Itself It cures a wide range of diseases because of its power as a blood purifier. It acts directly and positively upon the blood, and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thus all the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues come under the beneficent influence of HI 00$ Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. NEW STOCK Is Now Come and See It Arriving LETS DROP AGITATION. COOK & BELL, JEWELERS. & PHOENIX, - - - - AJZIZ. THE PHOENIX GEOCEKY COMPANY. E. H, and J. E. WESQN, Props. Occupying the corner store of the Ford Bote). The most complete stock in Arizona. . . . . - T .... Tile. Mra tn rlOOU S rlllS take, easy to operate. 2SC iWe submit to the esteemed Gazette that "itlhie common cause" which the people of Arizona should unite in would better be ifihe advertisement of Ari zona's resources and incomparable ad vantages to capital than that of the free coinage of silver. The coun try has just pronounced its verdict against free and unlimited coinage, and the Republicans may be trusted to ef fect changes in the financial system of the country which will place silver on the plane it deserves Ito occupy. Agitation of an issue lust after that issue has been repudiated by lihe coun try is. we submit, about as promising in its results as .the jab of sweeping back the waves of the sea with a whisks broom. Arizona has had enough of agitation. Let us drop silver for the present at least and set ourselves to the task of advertising Arizona and inducing people to seititle here. The average citizen looking for a new home is suspicious of a region where there is constant political agitation. Arizona has a glorious opportunity. It slhould not be thrown away. ducts have felt the Stimulating effect of this advance. Men who make study of economic conditions agree that there will be continued improve ment. The grower of wheat next year will get a better price than hereceived f or his last crop. The prospects of the laboring class have improved in the last few 'days. With mills and fac tories in all ipar'ts 'of the country start ing up the wiimter cannot fail to bring peace and contentment to thousands of homes where in the last year dis content has reigned. The outlook is bright indeed. The country has emerged from a grave crisis to find .tradejand industrial con ditions in its-(favor.;; The great wheel has made the -long- promised revolu tion. We are on the up grade at last, : and the track is clear of obstructions. JOHES BROS.. BUGGIES! (OLD WARD STABLE.) Cor. Center and Madison Sts. IT PAYS IT 13 DEAD. -3Ve are glad that a mistake in the types in connection with an . article concerning -depositors la National banks Induces the editor of the Flag staff Democrat to remark that the ed itor of The Republican doe3 not pos sess the sense of a 10-year-old school boy. This able criticism shows that the editor of The Democrat is pos sessed of same intelligence, an infer ence not always warranted by perusal of his paper, . On the principle that prevention is better itha.n cure, Kansas can avoid years of disgrace and bad government by beating Leedy and Doster at the polls. Kansas City Journal " The returns show' that Kansas has learned nothing from (her first unfor tunate -experiment with Populism. She is again saddled with a lot of old moss backs. Capital will continue to shun Kansas. Men with money have no use for a state whose government is con- tided to men of the Peffer-Doster-Leedy stripe. Kansas Is worse off, in a po litical way, than in the old border ruf fian days. The term "Bryanism." as employed in the late campaign, comprehended far more than the proposition to open the mints of ithe United States to ths free and unlimited coinage of silver. It meant to the majority of people, as the returns indicate, the repudiation of honest debts, unwillingness to put down mob role, enmity .to the supreme court of the United States in short, pretty much everything that is un- American and subversive of good gov ernment. A perusal of the Chicago platform, now that the heat of the conflict is over, will reveal the true meaning of the term. "Bryanism." In declaring that "Bryanism" was dead The Republican merely stated a fact which is patent to the country. "Free silver" may not be dead, but the chances are that the Republican party will take such action in the next two years that it will never again, be an issue before the American people. We trust we make the point clear to The Gazette. one 01 .the results 01 the election 13 itlhe condemnation of John J. Ingalls to continued private life. Mr. Ingalls strove hard for the seat in the senate now occupied by William A. Peffer. For two years he labored to bring about conditions j which would insure his return to the1- senate. It was the ambition of his life to succeed Peffer, who succeeded him in 1891.' The elec tion of the fusion ticket in Kansas puts IngaCls out of the race. He is a brilliant man and it 'seems a pity that Kansas should be deprived of his ser vices in the upper house of congress. Undoubtedly the defeat of the Republi cans is a bitter blow to h'im. J. Ralph Burton, another Kansas Republican who aspired to Fetter's place, must also be chewing the ttilLer cud cf disap pointment. He had long been plan ning to secure the honor. Verily, these be dark days for Kansas -Republicans. To buy groceries where one is sure of having the largest stock to select from. The buyer is then always sure of being pleaBed. We have the largest and beat arranged stcck in the city, and can ronvince purchasers that our prices are the lowest. Re member that we carry nearly everything that people eat. THE KESSLER-BOYLE GROCERY 00. First Ave. and Adams Bt. (Formerly The Trask-Kksslkb Grocery Co ) distinction of being the tallest man in our navy. He stands 6ft 4in in his stocking feet and weighs 173 pounds. Professor B. Woulvin of Brussels, Belgium, now visiting Washington, holds the chair of applied eleoxicity in the University of Ghent, He says that while Europe is much further advanced in tone knowledge of the theory of elec tricity, dn all applications of that won derful power to commercial uses the United States is far in the lead. 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." COMING OUR WAY. There must toe people in this valley who will appreciate the following ex tract from the Chicago Times-Herald entitled, "The West's Eastern Ties:" "When Speaker Reed made a speech out in Kansas the other day, among the sea of faces that IfvYkml nn a .im was one of a woman not far from the j'tuted iaie advance .guard of the new era front of the platform, and upon it was , f prosperity. He must be blind who, an expression of the most intense eag- reading the announcements of renewed erness. In her eyes glistened a sus- j activity in all the great trade and man-"3.il"e- "?id TO know ju&oturing centers, cannot see that the " ao 01 uer. jno. out. it The Republican contained yesterday morning dispatches from all parts of the country announcing the starting up of industries that had lain dormant for months 'through doubt as 'to the outcome of the election. It is a fact well known to business men that thou sands of orders had been lodged with manufaoturers, wholesalers and job bers, to be filled only if McKinley should be elected. These orders are already in process of execution. 'No sooner was it demonstrated to the country that McKinley had won than the wires began to get warm under the load of instructions which consti- We print in another column an in terview with General Wheaton, who visited this town yesterday. In a few months General Wheaton will be placed on the retired .list. He will leave tne army with tiae con sciousness of having performed his full duty to the country. He was one of the .first officers to en ter what is now the territory of Ari zona. He braved the dangers of the desert in the days "when -civilization had not advanced its outposts to this then remote region. It is well for the people of the .territory to know that on 'the eve of his retirement he is their friend. General Wheaton, will reside in Washington when the period of his active service in the army is over. He will be close to the throne, as it were, and his influence will ever he employed to the good of Arizona, A cough which persists day after day should not be neglected any longer. It means something more than a mere local irritation, and Ithe sooner it is relieved the better. Take Ayer's Cherry pectoral. It is prompt to act and sure to cure. To relieve headache, correct disor ders of the stomach and increase the appetite, use Ayer's Cathartic Pills. They are ipenfectly safe to take, and invariably promote a healthy action of the 'digestive and assimilative organs. The only permanent cure for' chronic catarrh is to thoroughly expel the pois on from the system by the faithful and prsistent use of SAyer's Sarsaparilla. This wonderful remedy proves success ful when all other treatment has failed to relieve the sufferer. METROPOLITAN. The Metropolitan, No. 396 North First avenue, north of VanBuren street, has changed hands . and is prepared to give board and lodging by the month, ?0. Mrs. A. P. McKern, Prop. We sell Dandruff is an exudation from the pores of the skin that spreads and dries, forming scurf and causing the hair to Call out. Hall's Hair Renewer cures it. PEOPLE AND THINGS. sounded so much like home. Did you j downfall of Bryan has worked great hear how he said 'now' and 'so' and good ,' tne country, 'about?' My father in the hills of Long before the day of election the Vermont talked with that broad Yan-jlaw of supply and demand began to kea accent, and I have not heard it for : work in our ,favor. The shortage of the many years in such purity." The old 1 m. New England love was sfrong in her!Weat ln wlous parts o the heart and she longed for the old hills 1 world a"111064 U" P" of wheat 20 and pleasant ways." I to 30 cents a 'bushel. Other food pro- Frank Moore of Bennett's Chapel, Ky., while returning home ait night from a political meeting in Ports mouth, was attacked by two (footpads. One seized the mule's bit, and the an imal retaliated by seizing his hand. The other ran to ibis companion's as- sisitance, but was kicked over an em bankment. Moore rode home without further molestation. Amelie, queen of Portugal, having completed the required course of study. holds a degree entitling her to practice as a physician within the limits of Portugal. Frank Rodrigues, a young Portu guese of Summit, Cal., recently won a wager of $300 by walking over the Lower Cascade canyon on the three- inch guard rail of the bridge, 400 feet above ground.. .Sir W. McGregor has comewacross an jONE cA-iuawuiuary language on 'me wesi coast of British New Guinea. It is spoken by the Dunaenwab tribe, and is remarkable as possessing some un usually long words. For example, says Sir William, our short numeral "ten" is expressed in Dungerwab by a word of twenty-six letters. . Thomas Moran, master-aJt-arms of the new cruiser. New York, has the "Only a trifle," you say; perhaps so, but it is .beslt not to trifle with it. That cough, if neglected, may result in some thing serious, such as bronchitis, pneu monia, or even consumption. Sore throat, colds, coughs, hoarseness, diffi culty of 'breathing,, and similar disor ders, though so common as to excite no alarm, should ibe treated without delay. The continued Irritation of the hron chial tubes may result in a dangerous inflammation . The best remedy to take is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is agreeable to the itaste, only small doses are needed, and it is always ready for use. -Actors, singers, preachers, teach ers, auctioneers, and all whose vocal organs are severely taxed, declare they prefer this preparation to any other. It affords speedy Telief, soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane, and gives tone, strength) and flexibility to the voice. No other medicine is so prompt to act and so sure to cure as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. To it were awarded medal and diploma at the World's Fair. LuniDer Cheaper Than-'any yard in Phoenix. THE L. W. BLINN LUMBER CO. BUT AYER'S AT WORLD'S FAIR. TUB 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 sarsapariHas sought by every means to obtain a showing ef their goods, but they were all turned away under the application Mixed Paiats for HOUSE, CARRIAGE ' FURNITURE -JLT- Talbot Hubbard's Hardware Store.