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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURsdAI MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1901.
The Arizona Republican PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO Exclusive Moraine Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Art' Bona. Publication office: 36-3S.East Adams street. Telephone No. 471. Entered at the DoatofHce at Phoenix. Arizona, as mail matter of the second class SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year Cash In advance. .19. . 2.00 BY CARRIER, Dally, per month t PHOENIX, ARIZONA. OCT. 3, 1901. Prior to the assassination of Presl dent MclO.-iley It was a matter .of in difference to the INFAMY ' average American OF ANARCHY of ordinary sanity AND SOCIALISM, as to what is com prised1 In the re spective doctrines of anarchy and soc ialism. He understood 1n a. general way that anarchists teach that all gov ernment should' be overthrown by force, and that the socialist, being milder sort of lunatic, hopes to destroy existing forms of government and gather in the fruits of his neighbor's toil through some means not clear to his diseased mtad. There Is still a lack of curiosity as to where the difference- between, anarchy and socialism comes In, it being plain that the propaganda of each school aims at results very similar when analyzed with logic. Since the af'iault on the president the socialistic ranters m Arizona an! else where have been prompt to disavow eympathy with anarchy, but a . the New Yortc Tribune points out. The arrest of several anarchists in the state of Washington on the charge of sending obscene literature through the mails attracts attention to one of the most odious phases of the anar chist propaganda, and also of a cer tain and considerable school of soci alism. That propaganda is directed not only against the state, but equally against the family and the home, and against the very foundation of social morality. We need not at present seek to determine whether thi3 is because of perverted morals, or because of recognition of the tact that the fam ily is the foundation of the state. The fact is indisputable. To most anar chists, and to many if not mo3t soc ialists, the authority of parerfts over children, is as hateful as that of mon- arch over subject, and fidelty cf affec tion between husband and wife is an intolerable monopoly. The socialist de mands community- in conjugality as well as in industry and properly, and the anarchists would abolish the mar riage tie together with statute law. . These anarchists in Washington are charged with having . sent indecent prints through the mails in a propa ganda against ir.aniage and the home. and in favor of "free love" in its most offensive form. So the murderer of McKlnley .declared himself to be opposed- to marriage. So other teachers of anarchy and socialism, some of them conspicuous, have been noted for their practical disregard of domestic obligations, among them at least one sensational professor of "Christian Socialism,' For such preaching and practice there is, of course, good soc ialistic authority. Socialists as con Hervative and respectable a3 William Morris and' Belfort Bax have categor ically denounced the present marriage and home system, and have demanded the substitution of a system under which marriage should not be a life long contract, but merely an associa tion terminable at the will of either party, and in which parents should' not be responsible for their children, .but the latter should be carett ir by the state. Distasteful as these phases of th2 .subject are, it is necessary to recognize them in order to understand aright the Is a very common consequence of indi gestion and torpid liver. Sometimes there are spots before the eyes and hot flashes. At other times a 'sensation as of vertigo occurs, at once suffocating and blinding. It is a waste, of time to at tempt to enre this condition by or- ' a l nary means or medicines. The stomach and organs of diges tion and nutrition must be restored to healthy active ity, - the .blood must be purified, the liver cleansed and strengthened, before a cure can be hoped for. This is the work done by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a med- ' lcine specially Dencnciai in dis eases of the stom ach, blood and liver. It strength ens the stomach, purifies the blood, cleanses the clog ged liver, and pro motes the health of every organ of tne ooay. "My wife was greatly troubled with indiges tion, torpid liver. dizzinraa, and also Irrejrular. period, writes Mr. w. A. Preston, of Shuqua lak. Noxubee Co., Miaa. We tried many diller eut remedies, but- none of tnera leave perfect re lief nntU we were induced by a lady to try your 'Golden Medical Discovery, r Favorite Prescrip tion,' and Pleaaant Pellet.1 These medicines tr.d more pood than anvthine; we ever tried for those complaints. We have used four botllr-s of your -Oolden Medical Discovery, one of Favor ite Prescription, and two vials of your Pellets. These medicines have done the work we de sired, and I do heartily recommend them to all similar sufferers. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets eisiat Uls action of iLi " Discovery." if abominable character of the anarchlco socialirtic campaign against law and order. It is something more than a movement against certain forms and theories of government. It is di rected with implacable and insidious hatred against the very foundations upon which- all government and social order and social morality are based. It is a propaganda against .conjugal fidel ity, against filial piety and against pa rental love. 1 "The struggle between Europe and Asia Is the binding thread of history; the trade between Eu ASIA rope and Asia, is the AND foundation of commerce; EUROPE. the thought of Asia is the basis of all Euro pean religions; but the fusion of the continents has never occurred, and in. the author's 'best judgment never will occur." This is the opinion cf an Eng lish observer, Mr. Meredith Townsend, who in "Asia and Europe" furnishes a timely contribution to the literature of the farther east and Its future relations to the nations of the Occident. He holds that there Is an Asiatic mini which differs fundamentally from the European mind, and will render Im possible all Europeanization of Asia. Permanent military occupation of the continent he considers an impossibility. and China seems to support him in this. He reminds "us that the conti nent could, in an emergency, put forth 50,000,000 warriors, many of them good fighting stock; but whether they could be united is a question which he does not settle. The change of civilization In Japan he considers still an experi ment, whose success the future alone can show. The failure, in a general sense, of Christian missions in China is thus explained by this student of the Asiatic mind: " "The truth is that the Asiatics dis like Christianity, see In it an Ideal they do not love, a promise they do not de sire, and a pulverizing force which must shatter their civilization. Eter nal consciousness! That to the major ity of Asiatics is not a promise, but a threat. Though Asiatic In original. Christianity Is the least Asiatic of the creeds. Its acceptance would revolu tionize the position of woman, which is the same throughout Asia, would profoundly modify all social life and would place by the side of the spiritual dogma, "thou shalt love the Lord thy God, ' which every Asiatic accepts in theory, the far-reaching ethical doc trine, "and thy neighbor as thyself," which he regards as an intolerable burden." In like manner he indicates why a!l the benefits England has bestowed up on Tier Indian subjects Justice, lib erty, security have 'failed to make them loyal, for, he maintains, what ever may be said to the contrary, India is not loyal. England has given much, but the Buropean mind fails to rea lize what It has taken away: "The immense ma3 of the peasantry who benefit most directly by the Brit ish ways of ruling are, it must be re membered, an inert mass. It is the active classes who have to Je consid ered, and to them our rule Is not, and cannot be, a rule without prodigious drawbacks. One of these,' cf which they are fully conscious, is the gradual decay of much of which tbey were proud, the slow death, which even the Europeans perceive, of Indian art, In dian cultuie, Indian r1litary spirit. Architecture, engineering, literary skiil, are ail perishing out, so perishing that Anglo-Indians doubt whether In dians have the capacity to be archi tects, though they built Benares; or engineers, though they dug the artific ial lakes of Tanjore; or poets, though the people sit for hours or days listen ing to the rhapsodi-sts as they recite poems, which moves them as Tenny son certainly does not move our com-, mon people. Another is that the price of what they take in perfect justice i that they shall never right them selves, never enjoy the luxury of ven geance, never even protect their per sonal dignity and honor, about which they are as sensitive as Prussian offl cers. They may not even kill their wives for going astray. And the last nd greatest one is the total loss of the interestingness of life." For a numbor of years the state of Delaware has been represented at Washington by but one SERIOUS senator. all because TALK ON -A "Gasman" Addicks of FHCETIOUS that state persists in TEXT. his determination to be" a senator against the wishes of a large section of the vot ers, and manages each year to control enough votes in the legislature to pre- cnt an election. According to the Hartford Couiant, Mr. Addicks now proposes to make a flank movement on the senate by changing the basis of bis operations to Arizona. It says: Gasman Add-icks has "large mining interests" in Arizona. A rumor -far too good to be true attributes to him a resolution to shake the dust of Dela- w-are from h!s shoes, go west, hustle for the admission of Arizona to the union, and then try for one of the new state's senator-ships. Arizona. It is true, does not possess 3 intimate knowledge of Air. Addkrks, and has no disposition to heave clubs and deceased' cats at him simply be cause many eastern newspapers Una la him a perennial subject for the ex ercise of their powers of -invective. And it will be time enough for us to examine into his personal character after he has offered himself as a target for the Arizona boys of the press. The probabilities are that he is not nearly as bad as he has been pictured. The thought of. his representing Arizona -Is. of course, absurd. But it is pertinent at this time seriously to inquire. Why Is Arizona lefrs entitled than Delaware to the consideration of the esteemed Cc-urant. Have we not In this terri tory a high-grade Americanism which is fully cquul to the best .to be founi In Delaware or any eastern state? Cer tainly we have. General Haw!ey the proprietor yt the Courani, is an hua ored senatvf of the United States, and MRS. IDAir ROSER Grand-Xiece of Ex-President James K- Polk, Writes to Mrs. Pinkham Saying: " DkarMks. IInkiiasi ; I have been married for nearly two years, and so far have not been blessed with a child. I have, however, suffered with a com plication op female- troubles and pain ful menstruation, until very recently. MRS. IDA I.. ROSER. " The. value of Lye in K. Pink liam's Vcg-etable Compound was called to my attention by an intimate friend, whose life had simply been a torture with inflammation and ulcer ation, and a few bottles of your Com pound cured her ; she ran hardly believe it herself to-day, jshe enjoys sucn blessed health. 1 took four bottles of your Compound nnd consider myself cured. I am once more in fine health and spirits; my domestic and omeiai duties all seem easy wow, for I feel so strong- I can do three times what I used to do. Yon havo a host of friends in Denver, and among1 the best count, ours very pratefully,- Mrs. irA Li. kosf.r, 3-'( 18th Ave., Denver, Col." fSOOO forfeit If aboot testimonial Is not genuine - If you are ill, don't Iiesitato to tret a bottle of Lydi.iK. Pinkliam's epretaule Compound at once, and write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass for special advice it is tree v as one ct the broad and great states man of our times he is admired by the people cf Arizona. It is to be hoped that he entertains for this ter ritory a higher respect than is implied by the writer of the facetious para graph we have quoted, and that he has a full knowledge of the fact that the population, wealth, intel'lgence and patriotism of Arizona entitle her t Immediate admission Into the union. Undoubtedly there will be an oppor tunity to1 vote on the question of ad mission before the close of the next session of congress, and in all serious ners we wish to say emphatically to our ti lends in the east that they need have no fears that the state of Ari zona, will bo a rotten borough. Our first senators will ba neither carpet baggers nor rascals, nor a discredit in an Intellectual way. What their poli tics may be we canr.ot predict, nor do we care. The people will taka care of that. What is the truth about the astro nomical instruments which were stolen from Pekln? This much Is known. J that they have been set up in the park of Fans Soucl, Frederick the Great's historic palace in Potsdam, and there they-are to remain as mementoes of the herculean tasks performed by William II's favorite warrior, Cor-nt von Wal dcrsee. They were brought over as a part of the loot of last summer's expe dition, but whether they are still loot or are a gift from the Chinese emperor to his great, and good friend, or have been purchased, s.ecms to be rather In doubt. Some German papers say that the Chinese emperor, when he realized that the prized instruments had de parted from his country for Germany, told Prince Chun, his special envoy, to offer them to William as a token of imperial Chinese regard, whic h strikes one as being slightly humorous. The semi-oflleial press eays that it is true that Prince Chun did offer the instru P-hcrmaHc pains ore the erica of protest end distress from tortured muscle-., nchrn joints and excited nerves. The blood has Lean poisoned by tlia accumulation ol v-nste matter in the svstem, end can 30 ' longer onpply the pure and health sustain-! inrr Wvl 1 i . Tl. 1 1 . , f;Ti rr. t : i : . . UB .'V ' 'r'VI aJ''' L I I" T 111 not until the blood hza teen purified and, Bryan. His embarrassment and anx-brou-rlit haclz. to a Irc-klrv condition will lety as he contemplates the possibility the aches arid pains cease, Mrs. Jimcs Kc 1, cf 7:17 KinlH at reel. 'I r. IJ Wccliinglon, T. C. writes as follows: "A few rnont'tr, ao I lintl an r.ltac-: wf Sciatic nkcuna lis-a i:i ilr. vorM torn. Tile p-im imeps Uiat I Decani'; co:::rtletc'.y pros trate. 1. T'lc attack was an unur.urj'v severe one. nnd ay concjltioa was rcpard- fl S3 i-cm;r vcrv flanker- ui. I was a:tcn:cd by one of the moil able dor tors in Wnr.hitiston, who is also a inemtrr of the fac ulty of a lea-din? medicat college here. He told u.e) to contimic Tii.-i Trcscrin- tionsaad I would pet well- After Bavins II fillee tWL'l.e times -without receiving the Mlghtes) benef.t, I declined tocontinue h:- treatment anj longer. Ilnvinif heard of S. S. S.( Swift's Specific! recommended for Kheumaiism, I decided. almosJ in despair however, to ?tve the medicine ft trial nod nttcr I hrvl taken n few bottleri X was able te hohhle aroimd en crutches, and very soon there after had no w.c for Uie-n at a It, S. S. S. having 11: c b -nna oaa wen. tne auiressins painT have left n?-, t-y cppeli:i hA returned and I aiu Loppy to be again restored to pcrfed the fjreat. vegetable purifier c::d tonic, is the ideal remedy i.t all . Sj ItTS r'.ieciaElic troubles.! tVs There arc no oniates oi minerals iu.it to disturb the digestion cad load to ruinous habit We kave prepared a c-cci.d book on Rheumatism which every ouiTercr from 11113 ai:iiiii niscasc should, read. It is tbt l most complete and jntcrcstin bock ol the kind in existence. It will be sent free to any one desirintr it. Write our pbvsi cian3 fulLjtand freely about your case. W mate-no charge for medical advice THE CWiFT SPECIrIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. , Why Pay Rent when you can buy a HOME -upon pay- merit of $8.00 to ' 3SS.00 per month 160 acre ranch for rent. 60 acres alfalfa. Rooms and houses for rent. ... If you have property for sale or rent list it with i R. H. BREENE No. 21, North First Ave. ments to the kaiser, but the latter said, he would not taka them as a gift, but would buy them, and so they have been bought. But If this be so, to whom dUl the money go, and how much was there of it? Did William send it to his brother emperor, and If so what has the latter bought with it? something to remem ber Waldcrsee by? The whole trans action, whatever the truth may be, sounds like the plot of a comic opera. William's soldiers carrj away as loot one of the most precious possessions of a fellow emperor with whom his sol diers were not formally at war. Ths fellow emperor when he sees that it 1 gone for good formally presents it to William. William magnanimously re fuses the gift, but says he will pay for It, placing his own price, and then he has it set up In the park of Sans Soucl, which no true German can look at without execrating the first Napoleon for looting it. The flaring up of th embers of the long struggle in South Africa is the cause of considerable annoyance to the British public. It has also called attention again to the enormous stretch of territory over which the theater of war extends and the extraordinary difficulties which the British army, in consequence; has to encounter and to overcome. A comparison of this part of South Africa with portions of the United States will assist the mind In comprehending this point. The Caps Colony, Natal and the two Dutch etates are almost cxacUy the size of that part of our own country lying east of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers, omitting the state of Florida. Of this expanse of territory the states of Mississippi, Ala bama and Georgia combined exceeJ slightly the area of the two t Dutch etates. In the southwest it is found that Texas and New Mexico fall a. litti-s chort of equaling the same portions of South Africa. Arizona Is almost identi cal In area with the Transvaal. Further north Nebraska and Kansas correspond In extent with the two Dutch republics, while Colorado and Wyoming Indud an area one-third larger. A year aso the school authorities of Chicago decided to require each ajp!i cant for a position In the schools to pass a physical examination. ine plan has been worked out successfully and will be continued in its operations. At flirt many of the prospective teach ers were greatly perturbed lest they mlg-ht be. rejected, but It is claimed that wholesome dread of these examina tions has worked wonders in giving physical strength to the teachers in having stimulated them to take needed exercise, and to realize the nted of physical as well as Intellectual prep aration for their work. It Is conceded that the work of instruction makes large demands upon the physical power nd nerve force of the teacher, and that other things being equal the teacher of strong vitality and a.bun- dant physical strength can do better work than the one who is handicapped by weak muBcles and Impoverished bleed. To be patient and cheerful and Emiling, a. teacher needs to have a good stomach as well as a good conscience. The good teacher needs good food and plenty of it, systematic out'-door ex ercise,, and wholesome society that sue may do her best work. "If Ppcident Roosevelt," remarks the ingenious and disinterested Mr. Bryan, "will announce his determina tion not to be a candidate for renomi n at Ion he will be relieved of a great deal of embarrassment and anxiety." "And so," remarks the New York Commercial Advertiser, will Mr. cf seven years of Roosevelt in the White House can scarcely be meas ured. A RO' d deal of it is disclosed In the above comment and in other utterance which accompany it. Mr. Bryan is -utte sure that troubleawalts the president if he does not abandon all idea of re-election, and he enters intx rpeciflcatiens upon the subject which show that he has a truly kind and sympathetic heart. No one can read his friendly words to the presi dent and not be convinced that it would give Mr. Bryan pain to have to run against Roosevelt in 1904. It would hurt him dreadfully to have to defeat a man whom he loves so fondly) That is why he warns him again?! the bosses and corporations and trusts and yearns ro deeply to rescue him -from their deadly dutches. A good maji, Bryan, but he will talking." The resolutions ct me recent tubercu- j lurCs congress held in JSttlfland have rc- suited 1n a crusade ec-alnst loving: cups, as well as In favor of individual cups a't the communion service. It is said that even the historic pledging of guests at the Lord Mayor's banquet in London may be discontinued, and that EnsUih War!iln-aea are even thinking of g-Ivlnp . up the - t!me- The Busy Corner, Fourth and LOS ANGELES This Store is Noted all over the great southwest as Lcs Angclcs "Bargain Mart." Tou can trade at the Broad way just"-as well as though you lived ' In L03" Angeles and make a handsme saving on every article you purchase. Tou are only as far from this busy store as the nearest letter box. MAIL TOUR ORDERS. 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So the Influence cf the congress Is felt from tne social runction to the tap room, and the theory of tubercular infection has started a scare which is traveling through all Great Britain. The plen for the traversing of the Great Sahara with automobiles, which are not subject to the pangs of thirst, has collapsed In the ridicule of the Jester, who pictured the "auto" strand ed in the sands hundreds of miles from an oasis, with the apparatus hopelessly out cf "rear and the "chaulteur" frantU cally bee-grin by wireless telegraph that a camel might be sent to pull tha broken down trap to a machine shop. And there'B a lot of common, sense tack of that joke. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. AH druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. E. V. 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There is now no better equipped market between Denver and San Francisco. I will reopen my Meat Market " October 1, 1901, in connection with an up-to-date Delleatesaon and Predue Dapartmnt, and will handle DELICATESSEN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FISH AND OYSTERS fresh from the coast every Cay, LIVE AND DRESSED POUL TRY, GAME IN SEASON, domestic and imported "FRUIT and VEGETA BLES, PRODUCE and ESarbc-iusd IMoata of Hll Kinds I will be glad to see all my old as well as new customers ON THE OPENING DAY and will give to everyone a FREE SAMPLE OF- BAR BBCUED MEAT. You will find anything eatable you can fancy in my market. I will keep only goods cf flrsti quality. Try me and1 get the best. Shipping orders Will 'have my spec in.l attention and wholesale price lists ' will gladly he furnished to the trade. Nothing Can Please Him Better riian to serve your" Husband with a good; prime no roast o," aeef for his dinner. When you are perplexed as to what to get for a-nner, get roast beef; It Is the good old standby and always acceptable to lovers of good eating. We have everything else In standard meats and delicacies, and no one caa undersell us. .' - - . P. T. S West Wel)!nftoB et. 'Fborts Ut rl