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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1896.
THE ARIZOM REPIMMS. The Tieasnre Territory's Chief Newspaper. CHARLES C. RANDOLPH, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. MKMBER OP TE ASSOCIATED PRlffiB. The Official Oitv IT WILL GO AHEAD. , We congratulate the Consolidated Canal company upon the fact that the legal obstacles In the way of the com pletion of its grand enterprise have been swept away by the decision of Judge Baker in the district court yes terday. But for the unwarranted op position of persons whose interests were at no time in danger at the hands Publication Office: phone No. 17. 38 Adams Street Jntered t tne postofflce at Phrenlx, Arizona, U mall matter ol me secona-oass. PHCENIX. NOVKM.B1IR 12. IB6. Paper. T, of the canal company, the great water power comprehended in tne company s scheme - of improvement would long ago have been in active operation. Work has been resumed and it will be prosecuted to early completion. When the plans of the company are complete- The Republican party makes a spe- j carried out the Salt River valley will cialty of business revivals. Just now possesg an additional strong object les it is engineering the biggest one of the aon for presentation to prospective set- present generation. tiers.. Governor Morrill of Kansas will take a European tour as the result of his defeat for re-election. Most any sen sible man would prefer a tour abroad to being governor of the latter day Kansas. WORTH THINKING ABOUT. One of the subjects which ought to displace futile discussions in the United States for the next ten years or so was raised to public attention in Canada by Premier Laurier a few days ago. m. ou T ol TrfhnnB r1nices in its aa - m"uiL..TO wiiu.ii . , , j- iih, came to ask his opinion on some of the purely original discovery that there . , ., , .. Z i , a i-j t oil Aononria commercial problems confronting the has been no landslide." It all depends " , . ., o Dominion that he was in favor of deep- upon how you look at it. Some peo- " anlnor tho St Tjivivnfia from nnohoit tn nu noaii tn ait ilnwn nn a run to bel " u.u " I 1( t 1 J !.! convinced that its point is sharp. ' ' J Iaii tuc tauaio coi ul iuc iui uici itj, a m rn or wriifTi oro tTinao tn tVt A Inlrea reopie iram luae east, wuiai w uux aa te., -.v If he deyotes himself t0 tJjat p0ilcy of hem come to phoenix, the bead ft Js tQ be feared Canafla center of the great (treasure region. . - tn nrPT are welcome We fcopeK.to see frelght int0 and out of tne interior of line popuiauiou oi " the continent than the United States Is .vwaiita.rui -,.. .. The thirtv-foot channel from Montreal i will eive the Canadian Pacific railroad The in aavisea iree siiverues wno over-sea connections bv means of the arc talking about winning four years iargest steamships at either end of its hence fail to take into consideration route To match the fourteen-foot the fact that hard times cut a big fig- canais from tne lake8 t0 the ocean ure in the campaign just closed. Three steamsnlp aocks at Montreal the Amer- years of Republican rule win reduce ican shipper will have the Erie canal that element to nothingness. with lt8 nine.foot channel It is the duty of the government for About the most pathetic case of elec- the next few years to devote some at- tion bet we have heard of is that of the tention to this matter, and that obli Bryan man who was obliged to roll a gation will not be executed by simply peanut a mile with a toothpick. He is waiting for the deep waterway com- a resident of California, the climate mission to finish its work. of which is said to act that way upon the mind. ABOUT TERRITORIAL OFFTOKS. pyre Blood means sound health. With pure, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and di gestive organs will be vigorous, and there will be no dyspepsia. Rheumatism and Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula and Salt Rheum will disappear. With pure Blood Your nerves will be strong, and your sleep sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood. That is why it cures so many diseases. mat is wny so many tnousanas rate it to cure disease, retain good health, pre vent sickness and suffering. Remember Klood' Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. (1 per bottle. ( OTTR . jj r.i cure uver las; easy w nOOa S PIUS take, easy to operate. 2Se. NEW STOCK Iq Mow 1 W KWII Come and Arriving o ix COOK & BELL, JEWELERS. THE PHOENIX GEOCEEY COMPANY. E. R. and J. E. WILSON, Props. Occupying the corner store of the Ford Hotel. The most complete Btock In Arizona. . . . war for the Union, and upon his abil ity to urge them to prompt, practical, permanent solution will depend, in a great degree, the success of the new administration. The names of William B. Allison, John Sherman, Mark Hanna and other noted Republicans have been men tioned in connection with "the treasury portfolio. It is hardly likely that Mr. Sherman would accept the position if it should be tendered him. He filled it once with conspicuous success. He is an old man. His physical condition is not equal to the strain inseparable from that great office. Mr. Allison would make a good secretary of the treasury. So would Mark Hanna. So would any one of a dozen Republicans we might name. ' Mr. McKinley will naturally be governed by a desire to place a strong man at the head of the treasury. He appreciates existing con ditions in this country thoroughly. When the next secretary is named the country undoubtedly will be satisfied. A J j. mi t- t i The Kingman Miner complains Of the A rrespouuem oi me nepuoucan nefflciency of the elections law, inas-1 B . " nch as thfi -moRt rfimarlmhlfl feature ltonal m aunaays paper in relation to of election day in Kingman was the number of drunken men on the streets. Perhaps if the truth were known the appointments. The offices in the gift of the president" should be bestowed only on those who had the courage to inefficiency and willful carelessness of 8tand Up fr true RePubIicailism ln the the local authorities might be a ject of harsh criticism. sub- ; One of the things which the Italian . government is trying to do is to bring auuui a reiuriueu uuuiuuu ul lilts uuurs of the day, by abolishing the crude device of "A. M" and "P. M." and continuing the hours from noon to midnieht until they reach twentv-four in number. No doubt this would save lots oi trouDie, but as in the case of H.1IV 111 r I1NHM I inH TrifJT,. is nil R iiiuiiiHiT ifin itr niiRTnm Tn pnfni nror campaign just closed. Keep it up.! We are glad that our notice to the people of this territory that Mr. Mc Kinley will be asked to appoint to office here only men who stood squarely on the St. Louis platform has given satis faction to the out and out Republicans of Arizona. It is a proposition that ap peals to every lover of fairness in pol itics. A great many Republicans saw fit to lend encouragement to the en emy in the recent struggle. Instead of doing their utmost to place Arizona in line with the Republican party in the states they either supported Bryan JONES BROS., BUGGIES! (OLD WARD STABLE.) Cor. Center and Madison Sts. IT PAYS There is a vast difference between Governor Altgeld's farewell letter to the Democrats of Illinois and the fare well address of George Washington to the people of the ' United States. The one breathes threats of vengeance and seeks to stir up class against class: the other was a patriotic appeal to the people of all parties to forget their partisan strivings, avoid unnecessary bickerings and work together for the welfare of the country. But then, it is a far cry from Washington to Alt geld, and from the patriots of the last days of the eighteenth century to the pseudo reformers of these last days of the nineteenth. To buy groceries where one ia sure of having the largest stock to select from. The buyer ia then always Bure of being pleased. We have the largaet and best arranged stock in the city, and can convince purchasers that our prices are the lowest. Re member that ' we carry nearly everything; that people eat. THE KESSLER-BOYLE GROCERY OO. First Ave. and Adams 8t. (Formerly ThkTkask-Kksslee Grocery Co ) WOOD! WOOD! "'"kSTiUCORD WOOD and SPLIT WOOD. Cottonwood, Mesqulte Wood, Kindling Wood, and Petrified Wood. That's no joke either, for we have got it. Lots of It too. Come around and see onr yard. It's just running over with wood of all kind'. PHOKNIX WOOD AND COAL CO. 9cond A.Y. and Jefferson St , Back of Court House. PEOPLE OP NOTE. i Lilt, guiles inev eiLner sunnorten rsrvan ue ureseui ueuerauon isn i coins toi , .... . . , ... . . . .. . openiy or gave nau-nearteu aanerence Hi. miiiiiit i w n t 1 1 v -i i ii u n ninnv nnrii it i m rnp r.prrirorifti Kannn man riptAt ir v I 1- ........ has to. .Billy Boy Bryan, a sometime noted figure in the political world", having se- - cured an "angel,", is prepared to con tinue his star performance in advo cacy of bimetallism. Charles D, Lanef a California miner," offers to pay Mr. Bryan's travelings expenses and the living expenses of his family during the next four years1 of the Boy - Orator's tour of education. This. Isn't equal to is their fault that Arizona will be rep resented in the next congress by a Democrat. So far as the territorial offices are ' concerned these men should be barred from the competition. The Republican will take care that the facts are known in the proper quarter. MR. CARLISLE'S SUCCESSOR. In the work of organizing a new ad ministration public interest as a rule the offer of Siegel, Coop'er &, Co., who centers chiefly, and in about equal de- wanted Bryan to look after their law gree, upon the selection of men for the business, but it gives, Bryan a chance I important portfolios of state and of the to talk, without whieh he would sink treasury. This will undoubtedly be into insignificance. Money is nothing 1 true with regard to the administration to him if unaccompanied with the! of t President McKinley. The grave privilege of "orating." complications in our foreign relations and the deplorable condition of the The New York Tribune describes the National finances contain so many ele- situation tersely and well in the fol- lments of possible danger that the eon- lowing: Sentiment has ' had its day, the most thrilling day New York has seen for more than thirty 'years, if even the surrender of Lee roused deeper feeling. Americans turn quickly to the practical result, and want to be sure how far the votes of Tuesday will avail to bring better times and prevent recurring outbreaks of the anarchists. Majorities of 310,000 in Pennsylvania, 266,000 in New York, .125,000 in Illi nois, 105,000 in Ohio 100,000 in Massa chusetts and 100,000 in Wisconsin, and about as much in Iowa, with some thing like 77,000 in New Jersey and 25,000 in Maryland states which have never been on the Republican side in National contests make it certain that no party will hereafter attempt, at .least until the present generation has passed from the scene of action, to propose National dishonor or abdica tion of National government to mobs. This decision rings through the world kindles all the exchanges, and brings millions to this country for invest ment."1 , . ! . : , , and a member of several learned so cieties. Many people when a little constipa ted, make the mistake of using saline or otihsr drastic purgatives. All that is needed do a mild dose of Ayer's pills to restore the regular' movement of the bowels' and nature will do tihe rest. They keep tihe system in perfect order. The following new story is told of the late Lord Ampthill. When he was a junior clerk in the foreign office, Lord Palmerston, then foreign secre tary, introduced an innovation whereby instead of being solemnly summoned by a verbal message the clerks were expected to answer his bell. Some haughty spirits rebelled against being treated like footmen, and tried to or ganize resistance, but Odo Russell, as he then was, refused to join the re bellious movement, saying that what ever method apprised him most quickly or Lord Palmerston s wishes was the method which he pref erred j The ag grieved clerks regarded him as a traitor to his order, but he died an ambassador. The Philadelphia papers give appre ciative sketches of the life of Robert Adger, colored, who recently died in that city. He was born in slavery in Charleston, S. C. He came to Phila delphia early in life, and went into the furniture business, in which he re mained until his death. He was a man of property and standing in the eitv. and was foremost in all efforts for the betterment of his race. One of his sons was the first colored student to be graduated from the University of Pennsylvania- His youngest daughter is the wife of Professor Brooks, of Bid- ale university, North Carolina. Many musicians in Europe observed on Saturday the third anniversary of the death of the Russian composer, reter mtsn Tschaikowsky. The Rev. Dr. Alonzo Hall Quint of Boston, who has just died, was one of the most distinguishejongrega tional clergymen in the country, and was closely identified with Congrega tional activities for many years. He was born in New Hampshire in 1828, was graduated from Dartmouth in 1846 and from Andover in 1852, went to the front as chaplain in 1861, and was a member or the New Hampshire legis lature from 1881 to 18S5. He was a manager of the Congregational Pub lishing society for twenty-one years, and an officer in many other denomina tional organizations. He was the first New England man to become a mem ber of the Grand Army of the Republic, and was a prominent Mason. He was "Turn itobe rascals out" the famil-, for party cry may be applied to mi crobes as well as tio imen. The geinns of disease thalb lurk in iHtoe Mood are "turned ouf'by Ayer's Sarsaparilla as effectually as the old postmasters are displaced by a new admindsit,ratioii'. Am English! adaniral says: "It is true, the life saving service of America is not equaled anywhere din the world." lit is alsio true Ithot Ayeir's Cherry Pec toral eaves annually thousands of Uvea. Invaluable 4n eudden colds, throat and lung troubles. .... .. If ftfhe hair is falling out or turning gray, requiring a atttnmanit witn nour ishing and coloring food, Hall's Vege table SiciLiani Hair Renewer is just tbe specific. 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." We sell struction of the new cabinet, so far as it concerns these two great depart ments, will necessarily be a matter of profound solicitude to the whole coun try from this time forward to the 4th of March. , Of 'the two offiees, the secretaryship of the treasury at present appears to be deeidedly the larger in its demand for broad, constructive statesmanship. The whole fiscal policy of the govern ment must be overhauled and read justed; our revenue system will have to be revised and strengthened, and there are growing probabilities of im portant undertakings in the way of currency legislation. These tasks will require at the head of the treasury a man of the largest capacity as a finan cier and possessed of the constructive faculty in dealing with policies and methods. He will have to grapple with problems as perplexing as any that have confronted the treasury since the the author of several historical works Limber Cheaper Than any yard in Phttmix. THE L. W. BUNN LUMBER CO. 'Only a trifle," you say; perhaps so, 'but it is beslt mot 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 wilthout delay. The continued irritation of the bron chial tuibss may result in a dangerous inflammation The best remedy to take ia Ayer's Oaerry Pectoral. It is agreeable to the Ibaste, 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 relief, soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrame, and gives tone, strengtHn and flexibility to the voice. No other medicine is so prompt to act and so sure to cure as Ayer's Cherry Perioral. To it were awarded medal and diploma at the World's Fair. NONE BUT AYER'S AT WORLD'S FAIR. THE Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoy3 the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed an ex hibit at the World's Fair.. Chicago. Manufacturers of other sarsaparilla sought by every means to "obtain a showing of their goods, but tkey were all turned away under the application of the rule forbidding th ntry of Mm Mixed Paints for HOUSE, CARRIAGE - FURNITURE AT' Talbot & Hubbard' Hardware Store.