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S DAY MORNING, pVEMBER 7, 18
The Arizona Republican.
Tba Treasure Territory's Chief Newspaper.
OHARLES C. RANDOLPH.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS.
The Official Citv Paper.
Publication Office: 38 Adams Street. Tel
ephone No. 47.
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PHCES1X.SOVKBBEK. 7- l97.
The weather Is getting th'a requisite
moumit of "erimip" to le enjoyable.
The Ariizoma fall is dibcomparable.
If Blanco expects tire Cubans to ac
cept au'tonomy Hue sliould hk hand it
to tihem on tine end of -a bayonet!.
(Bvangtlina Cilsneros is In, Chicago.
will continue !her triumphal itour
in a Short tame. Arter wm. wum;
. ., .. . t U.1 L 1 11
The yellow fievelr situation is im
proving aiud everyiMmg indicates thalt
the drelajd malady. 'bias spent its force.
The LueigM't murder trial cost Chi
cago $20,000, ibut all the same she vrill
give the sausage main anotlher wihdrl.
Cue at (Brdtaim and France are both
Teadhfimg out Ifor I'.ihe moslt favored
portion of Africa, and a collision,
Hon. Homnis Taylor, ex-minister to
Spain, (evolves he idea that Uncle
Sam will have to settle the Cuban
The Nashville canltlenoiial . exposition
closed in triumphal glory. It was
a grand thing for Tennessee and an
object lesson for ithle sou ah.
A Chicago tpreaaher introduced a
brass band as a feature of the regu
lar church service. It 'has not been
stated that it was a circus band.
General Blanco says he -will show
no mency to insurgents. He 'has
started, ab tihe .begi'iiining cf his cam
paign, to help he insurgents' cause.
There air two iways of throwing
away good money. One is to fit oui'j
aim Alrotic exploring expedition, and
tbsa otlh'Er is to send a searching party
(KaLamazoo ought to be a itoleralbly
good place foe indilgeafc humancty. Its
name Bs of Indian origin and, liter
ally translated, ofsans "the place
where ithe pot boils."
(The adoption of comipulsory mili
tary service fin Mexico prompts ths
Mexican Herald to say itnat "any dude
Wfho can) oairlrv a ten-Trsiinl nana
should carry a musket. "
Inltenest to Arizona (mines is grow
tag. The Mils of this territory are
tuu oi iwieattn, ana east'Ern money is
becoming available to bring it to the
Henry George and Ceorga M. Pull
mam were the subjects of tie majority
of sermons all over this country last
Sunday. It is a very cold day, when
you can folrce the average miniat!:r
to taks lis text from the Bible
Andree started out to search for
flue meirtlh pole, and now 'Expeditions
are to be started out in search Of An
dree. He has iprobaMy run out of
grub and devoured Ms pigpons, as
none have beam heard of for some
The Jaltest! is a dairymiem'3 trust or
combine, in IndOanapolis. They nave
a dead sure thing in the lacteal in
dusUny, and" .the price of .milk threat
ens to run so high, that Jerseys will
soon Ibecome a 'necessary attachment
to every wealthy private family.
. The Gazette and that aggregation
of "honest working men" who have
taxed their energies lately to defams
Mayor Adams w:il find but cold comfort
im contemplating the republican vic
tory in the Third ward yesterday. The
election) of Mir. Brooks was a propsr
rebuke to the unprogressive1 element
thalti has left no stone unturned to
hamper the present ciity administra
tion. It has been Mr. Adams' idea
from the start to elect none but sub
stantial, progressive citizens to mu
nicipal offices. The victory of yieetel
day only proves that the voters cf the
Third ward heartily endorse the
mayor's course. The business mem of
Phoenix have, always done so. Now
with a safe working majority in the
council the republicans have the op
portunity of making great strides
forward in the next two years.
CHIEF JUSTICE STREET.
President McKinley distinctly
showed hiis appreciation of lihe terri
torial bar yesterday when he appointei
Judge Webster Street of this c.!;y
chief justice of Arizona, i That this
high position, which was recently va
cated by the death of Judge TYuesdale,
should .be filled by so competent a man
as Judge Street will be a sourtfa of
gDaltificaition to all political pair
tiss. Webster Street is a man
yeS 1m the" prime cf life, bu:;
he has beani for many years
one of the leading attorneys of the fcer
riitoiry. A native of the presiden't'a
state. Ohio, he came, to Arizona twenty
years ago and settled at Kingman.
He later moved Ux Tucson and thence
to Tombstone, where he was elected
county judge and served with credit
during thte stirring: times of that once
great mining camp. In. 1SS5 Judge
Street came to Phoenix whe.e he ha3
since conltiniuously practicad his pro
fesstan. His knowledge cf the law
has long heen recognized by members
of thla bar, anid when he became a can
didate for chief justice, the legal fra
ternity of the tenritory endorsed hilm
almost unanimously. Judge Street
also had the endorsemicnt of Governor
McCord and other members of lihe ter
ritorial adminiistoation. Always a
staunch republican, and several kimea
leading a forlorn- hope for his party
as a candidate, his appointment is a
just recognition of his political ser
vices' and (loyalty to the inter:sts of
Arizona. The Republican congraitiu
laites Chief Justice Street.
The election yesterday of Jchn I.
Brooka to represent the Third waid in
the! city council was a victory over
which tnepubflicans may well feed jubi
lant. The Third ward has previously
been democratic by a majority of
tawetd:y ori more. Mr. Brooks not only
viercame (this, but had votes to spare.
His election .proves that his neighbors
considered Urn a safe man for the
couniciil; also that republican senti
ment is growing in this heretofore
democraibic stronghold. By the elec
tion of Mr. Brooks the democratic
strength in the city council has been
reduced to onie vota This in itself is
a subject of gratification to all who
take an interest in municipal p. -ogress.
CANNOT STAND THE POLITICS.
And mow Pierre (LorMlard hreatemi3
to leave the Umilted States. He ia
disgusted with th's politics of this
counljry, he says, tit is not oerrtain
tbiaC Mr. Lcirffllaird is a disappointed
cam-Mate for office, Ibut his statement
makes him' to appear so. If he is
disgusted with our (politics, why does
he not lend a hand toward improving
them? (Now, whie-ra would the wealth
of the Lordllard's be, 'if it were not fc
politics? Think of ithe many thou
sands of pounds of tobacco ithat were
mastCcaited diuriing Che various politi
cal campaigns of this country. Think
of the miiliioms of cigars that hare
been distributed among anticipated
voters. In. the' cross-iroads grocery,
on ithe corners of the streets, in the
political (wigwams, everywhere men.
cheered and smoked, spilt, and listen
ed. If m'en spent their tiime in evad
ilng politics, as Mr. Lorillaird pro
(posels to do, tihera iwould be but little
need for tobacco factories.
But if Mr. Lorillard proposes to
quit this country and settle in Eng
land, he will ibe in the condMon ot
the mam concerning -whom the scrip
tunes speak having cleansed his
home of one devil, 6even others .came
in and abode with him so that his
last state was worse than his first.
Politics in (England has always be,:in
nioftoriously bad. By reason of
Amertican ideas, which aTe rapidly
pervadliing ithe political government
of .England, its polikics is gradually
assumirig a more elevated aspect. But
perhaps it is not politics that induces
Mr. Losillard: to abandon this coun
try to its fate.. Perhaps he, like other
Amertican millionaires, is ready to sell
his proud American, birthright for a
mess of peerage.
Having made his weall.h in thi3
country, he (would spend it in Eu
rope. We prohilblit immigration to
this country of Chinamen' why not
apply th'e same rulle to others who ex
ert a far mors injurious influence up
on the na'tSon's industry. Would our
-wealthy American citizens leave this
eounitiry, if they were forced to leaVs
their wealth behind? Not . much.
Now we could spar.-; Mir. Ijor'illard and
Mr. Astor, if they would give to this
nation what they made out of it. it
would .not .bother us one biit, the loss
of a! fieiw citizens like those memtioned.
It is true that th'ey have been indus
ptrBous and peaceful, but 'if everybody
will follow their example, -what is to
'become of the country? Seme time
cm ithJa a'Jher ths means and opportun
ity tor maklimg weall.h will be ex
hausted, if this thlimg is to continue.
But then the'iir removal makes room
for others. Somebody will take their
place, and the same wheal will ga
round and round. It may he that Mr.
Lorillard is advertising his wares by
making the threat. '
, A COMING POWER.
Americans living in this portion of
the hemisphere are, as a rule, too
deeply absorbed in their own domes
tic oolcernsi to give much thought to
twhat is going on in South American
counitirfiies. Of late years some. efforts
have been made ttio bring about more
inl.limate trade relations (between the
two 'eixtreme portfoins of the hemis
phere, but these efforts have been re
stricted almost entirely to commerelai
circles; and, consequently, little or
nfexthing has .been, accomplished
(through rthet'r agency toward remov
ing the widespread Ignorance which
prevails in thlis country concerning
the republics to the south of us.
Most of our readers will be sur
prjped, thereifore, to know that, in
the catalogue cf republics, Braz.il
raniks second to Ithe United Stateis
alone. In a .recte-at article published
in ithe monithly bulletin issued by th:i
bureau of AmenicSm reipublic3, Senor
SalVado de IMiemidionca, the Brazilian
minister at Washington, gives a num
ber of iinterieeting fiigures bearing up
cm th'el ireeources of BraziiL To cite
a few cf these figures the wirit:r
sitiates An. the firsit place thaiti Brazil
contaiinsi 3,209,878 square miles, or
niearly 240,000 square m.as more thaa
the Unfited Stat'es contained prior to
the ainnexaitiion' of Alaska. As com
pared with. European, countries the
area cf Brazil at the present time is
229,910 square mfiles gneater than th'ei
comlbined areas of the six great Eu
ropean nowers, viz.: Russia, Germany,
.Austria-Hungary, Great Brttafim,
France and Italy.
In adid.i'tton to this vast extent cf
territory the mlinister goes on to say
that Brazil has more than 4,000 miles
of coast lime, and Is watered through
out Sits interior by a fluvial system
aggregatiing 50,000 miles in extent.
Most of the streams comprised in this
enormous syst'eim are plowed by river
boats, and there lis hardly a portion
of the country which is not accessible
to commerce by means of these boats.
As for the resources of Brazil, the
minister states that almost every
kiiinirl of tree1, shrub and plant known
to eithieir the torrid or temperate
zones, ffis indigenous to the soil of the
South American, republic and grows
5m rich profusion. Already It is
claimed that sevem-Jteml.hs of ithe
world's coffee! and more than four
fifths of its .imbiber are produced1 in
Brazlil. Jin. (the mounltainioius portion
of tihia country minie,ral deposits
abound in large quantities; showing,
altogeither, Hhalb the country is In, pos
session of almost unlimited resources.
These consEderaitfons make it evi
dent that Brazil is one of the coming
powers of the globe. Though still
hampered to some extert by the
blighting effeotis of Slpanieh tyranny,
the growth of the South American
reRuhlic in recent years has been re
markable); hut this lis omly a mere
inkling of (what Sits growth will be
when) tihe traditional embarrassments
of this country shall have been com
THIS BUSY WORLP
Camel's milk is very palatable.
Total .blindness is on the deoreaseu
Old leather is boiled down into glue.
Persian wonretn have a horror of red
Pirimiee Bismarck has fought over
The center of a train is considered
the safest. ,
Th'e' average bullcck weighs 800
Only three species of r&p'iles exfcit
There are 6,320 railway stations in
A good ostifch yields $2,000 worth
'Weariitng nightcaps is said to pre
Nine per cemt of cases of amputa
tion are fatal.
Women suffer from erysipelas more
Negro women have, as a rule, very
iDanish ibutter is mada from sour or
One pound a week is considered a
good salary (in Japani.
Am ordinary brick will absorb six
teen ounces of water.
Potato juice cleans dirty clothes
better than soap.
British soldiers, iwhen maTohiing,
take eighty-tight steps a minute,
rrhlere are seventy-five doctors to
eveiry 100,000 persons in London.
The 'Bermudas export over 17,000,
000 of onions annually.
There is a macadamised road ' in
India 1,800 miles in length.
Som'e important inventions have
(been discovered by lunatics.
The marquis of Bute's mansion,
near Rothesay, coet $10,000,000.
Opium Is obtained from .the nnripe
(frufilt off the white poppy.
About 65,000 tens or refuse are
swept off London streets yearly.
A bad stomach often makes life a
burden. Scientific treatment will
make your life brighter. See Dr.
We have an overstock of maple
sugar, which we guarantee to be
absolutely pure and of extra
quality. You can have it.
Make your own mapla syrap
and have it pure.
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Rheumatism, Kidney Bladder and
morr! Specific Diseases
Are fely and speedily 1171 I DA D It T I' H TIT Counsel by meil and in per
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ALEX DE BORRA, M. D., Elsinore, Cal.
he Mutual Life
Insurance Company i f JsTe v York
Has the largest assets.
Has thai most insurance in fore:
Has paiid more to living members.
Has paid more im death claims.
Pays the. largest dividends.
Writes ithe best forms of policies.
I. L. HATHAWAY,
ChSmese streets aire only eight f eet
iFUve thousand five hundred news
papers are published in Germany.
Hjondoai firms are said to spend over
$10,000,000 a week in' advertising.
There are 125 bishops of the Chu xi
of England distributed over tha world.
iTjfant schools began Sin New Lan
ark, Scotland, An, 1815; in England not
On. an average, man's physical
strength begins to decay at the age
In Italy there are more theaters dm
proportion! to the population' than in
any other country.
A greater number of men than wo
men become stout late in life. No
satisfactory explanation is offered of
The duke of Fife is said to keep '
twelve suits going at ithe same time, !
and nevejr wears the samia clothes '
twice in the same week. i
The iSanldwich islanders believe that !
the souls of their deceased monarch's j
reside) in the ravens, and the;? entreat
Europeans not to molest them.
WHAT EUROPE TALKS ABOUT.
Electric Typewriter. The German
postoffice is experimenitimg with aa
i'mvanitfion, an electric typewritisir ap
paratus, which, at a cost cf $125, can
he oolnnieJoted with a telegraph wire,
and messages which are typed off on
the keyboard at onel end are repro
duced at (the other end.
Mart-borough as a Huntsman.
"Vanity Fair," reviewing the hunting '
prospects at MjeOton-Mowbray, is sar
castic in its reference to the duks' of
Marlborough, who has just arrived
thieM, "coming down in ducal fashion
by special train. (As a hunting man,
the duke is a credit to his bootmaker,
fon .no oma weans more perfect boots."
Echo of the Jamesoni Raid. A curi
ous echo of the famous telegram of
Emperor William of Germany to
Piresidemfi Kruger of the South Afri
can! republic, after the capture of Dp.
Jameson and his followers, was heard
fin1 the courts on! Wednesday last,
.whiemi a German merchant attributed
his bamkrupltcy to decrease of busi
ness owing to the prejudice this tele
graphic message of sympathy with
the Transvaal created in London
against the Germans in gearal.
Thackelrlay's Grave. A paragraph
appears in the papers this week call
ing attention! to the neglect of Thack
eray's grave in Kensal Green cemra
tiery. It is overrun with ivy, which
otoliltlerat'elB the; inscription.
The "Bad Amierican Spirit." Sir
Charles Dilke, the well known, radical
member of parliament for the Fo.est
of Dean) Dtivisfon of Gloucestershire,
addressing a hig meeting at Newcas
tle; this week, said he had hitherto
never 'believed in the embittered feel
ing here 'between' capital and labor,
or that capital oppressed labor "as it
does in, America," But. he added,
redemt events showed the "uprising
of 'the had American" spirit here, par
Witoulalnly in the ship building and en
Duke and Housekeeper. At Cam
hrildge, on Thursday, Mrs. Savagj,
New York Life I
Insurance Co J
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
Total Insurance in Force:
5 OZD.UUU.UUU, J
i Death Claims Paid in '9S: f
j Matured Policiesand Divi- 1
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H. F. VANTILBURG.
Of LrPAmV in U
Manager for Arizona.
housekeeper of Kimbolton castle, the
seat cf the duke cf Manchester. wa3
charged wi.h stealing articles belomg
tog to 'the duke. The defence was
that the duVet who is .not yet of ags,
was indiehlted. to her. She ex'piatoed
that (v.hile the duke "was a student
at Cambridge he was in the habit cf
taking hisi .umjdergjnaduaite frrends, fre
quently numbering as high as eight
piersene, to 'KnTboiitoini castle, and that
she (the houselteepcr) who was on
board' wages, had Kb provide lunch
eon, for them ouit of her own pocket
and also incurred numerous other ex
penses in connection wSith the house
ifcecpinig which had never toeen repaid
to hen-. Mrs. (Savage was acquilt'.ed by
Ko-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes 'weak
men strong, blood pare. 50c. SI. All druegists.
TALBOT & HUBBARD'S
prescribe for you, but the druggist
supplies the medicine. A correct di
agnosis and prescription avail noth
ing, however, unless the medicine is
prepared properly from pure drugs.
The druggist, therefore, has much to
do with the success or failure, of the
doctor's treatment. We have won
golden opinions from the physicians
of Phoenix on account of the accuracy
and reliability of our prescription de
partment and the recognized purity
and freshness of our drugs. Our
policy is to boycott all adulterations
and exclude them absolutely from our
stock. Reap the benefit by sending all
your prescriptions to us.
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Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
CVM. 8TURGE1&0O., Proprietors.
Hacks meet all trains, Tally-Ho. Calls
promptly answered, Telephone 51.
Second street. Opposite Citv Hall.
Loaded Shells etc.
At Lowest Prices.
The most extensive hardware and
implement house in the southwest.
We will soon be in our new head
quarters in the Irvine building.
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Capital .... SIOO.OOo
Surplus - - Scb.OOO
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M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President.
M. W. MESSLNGER, Cashier.
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Bank of Arizona Frescott, Arizona
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Paid Up Capital, - - - $100,000
Surplus & Undivided Profits, 20.000
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P. J. COLE, Vice-President
C. J. HALL, Cashier,
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