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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBE1CAN: T UESDAI MOIIHHSTG, OCTOB1CR 22, VM1.
The Arizona Republican PUBLISHED BT THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. Geo. W. Vickkrs, Freaidcnt and Gen. Manager Exclusive- Morning Associated Pram Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona, Tbe only battery of linotypes In Arl- sona. Publication office: 36-JS East Adatna street. . Telephone No. 47L Entered at the poatofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, dally, one year .19.00 vteeaiy, one year .w Cash in advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month .....1 .76 PHOENIX, ARIZONA, OCT. 22, 1901. For years the stock editorials of a coterie of democratic newspapers in Arizona has been THE ' abuse of "the Mur- TBUTH phys." Even more OCCASIONALLY, virulent. If possible. than their treat ment of President McKinley, Senator Hanna, Theodore Roosevelt and other national leaders, has been their ven omous criticism of "the Murphys" Mr. F. M. Murphy, and his brother, the governor. Any slander has been eag erly concocted or welcomed and re peated, provided only that it was suf ficiently malicious. There has never been any reason upparent for this unfair treat ment other than that It was supposed to be "good politics." "The Mur phys" have succeeded. They have built up great Industries in the territory. They have caused millions upon mil lions to be invested. At all times they have been active In developing in a legitimate way the great resources of Arizona. They have succeeded, and have helped scores of others to suc ceed. Every Individual or corporation trying to promote a project for the up building of the territory has in variably met a kind word and all possible assistance from "the Mur phys." Envy of brilliant success has, of course, betn at the bottom of much of the foul abuse heaped upon these men. More of it Is accounted for by politi cal jealousy and hatred. "The Mur phys" happened to be prominent polit ically. Strong of faith in the principles of the republican party, believing that the triumph of republicanism means the greatest good for American citizen ship, they have labored to convert the people of Arizona to their way of thinking. Ignoring the allurements of expediency, they have urged the ful fillment of legal' obligations, the pay ment of honestly Incurred municipal and territorial Indebtedness, and the spurning of all suggestions of repudi ation. In this they have been com pelled to oppose the wishes of many democrats, some republicans, and numerous specimens of a press living on blackmail or eking out an existence by fawning support of every demagog ical policy of the hour. But even democratic sheets are com pelled to tell the truth ' occasionally. The Tombstone Prospector has done its full share of this constant defamation of Frank and Oakes Murphy. How- HEARY-8SGK. There are a great many people who have heart sickness, who have no chronic derangement of the heart. When the stomach is diseased- it may affect many other organs, and produce all the evidences of diseased heart, dis eased liver or kidneys, or disease in some other organ. The inexperienced practitioner treats the wrong disease, and hence the con stant statement of Dr. Pierce's corres pondents : " Doc tors could not help me." Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and or gans of digestion and nutrition. It increases the as similative powers, and purines and enriches tbe blood. When diseases of organs remote from the stomach are caused by the stomach, the cure of the stomach re sults in the cure of the other dis eases, in heart, lnngs, liver, kid KM! neys, etc Six year nco my stomach and hrart troubled me so much I had to do something, as the doctors oould not help me. write Mrs. S. A. Knapp. of San Jose. California. Bo- 39a. I rent to San Francisco and had treatment for catarrh of the stomach, and was lietter for some time, then it came hack. I then used lr Werce's Golden Medical Discovery .and ' Pleasant Pella. Thee medicines cured my stomach. 1 do not have the pain and indiges tion as I did. It is very hard for me to trtl you what I suffered hefore 1 commenced takintr your valuable medicine. I recommend it to ail the sunerers whom I meet. To cure constipation use lr Tierce's Pleasant IVIlils. W I l7i ever, the-i Prospector happens to be published in a region which has been dead for a decade, but now quickened Into life by the efforts of Mr. E. B. Gage and "the Murphys." .Through the energy, nerve and enterprise of these men Tombstone is undergoing re habilitation. Within two years it will be the greatest mining' camp in Ari zona, and a rival of Cripple Creek in the production of wealth.- So the Pros pector in a column of laudation of thl3 great enterprise is forced to stultify itself and tell the truth in words of which the following lines are a sample: When Frank M. Murphy first pro posed a north and south railroad from Ash Fork via Prescott to the Salt River valley he was viciously maligned for attempting to displace a few "mule skinners" with a railroad that would ruin the country, and only add to the promoter's coffers. The road was con structed without the aid of county or territorial assistance, opening up one of the finest mineral regions In the southwest that would today be inac tive were It not for Frank Murphy's indominatable enterprise and uncon querable perseverance. True, he had the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix road call at the great Congress mine, of which he was president, and where only a few men were then working, hundreds are now employed; modern machinery has supplanted that of early days; former prospects along that line of road have developed Into mines: upon the "mule-skinners" camping grounds are commodious warehouses and modern depots. Frank Murphy was actuated by self-interests, but when his great railroad can scarcely meet the demands of the public, where a short time ago a few freight teams were ample, it is evidence conclusive that the public is the gainer, and to Mr. Murphy is due much gratitude. Frank M. Murphy has been successful In every enterprise that he has en gaged In banking, mining, railroad ing and commerce and continues to invest his wealth throughout the ter ritory wherever he feels assured that reasonable returns will result. He la a conservative business man. to follow whom there Is little likelihood of loss. But so long as N. O. Murphy re mains in official position the canons of democracy wil not, of course, permit the Prospector and Its democratic con freres to tell the truth about him. Mis representation, libel and slander will be their programme to the end. And what a discreditable contrast is there between democratic editorials and pub lic utterances of democratic politicians, and the private expressions of these editors and Ftatesmen! As the Lo3 Angeles Times stated the other day, any of these people will toll you pri vately that Governor Murphy's admin istration is without reproach. But the truth does hurt them. The massacre of soldiers of the Ninth regiment In Samar and the num erous evidences of THE END OF treachery which since BENEVOLENT then have come to HOSTILITIES, .light at various poinU In the Philippines, fur nish cumulative evidence In favor of the proposition that the first phase of the pacification of the islands must bo accomplished with a. club. It is almost Impossible for Anglo Saxons to undeiiand the oriental character. It Is doubtful - If the west ern man ever can comprehend the Asiatic. And the Filipino, a product of centuries of admixture of oriental races, presents the 'most complex men tality and character of all. Shrewd, cunning, adaptive, and amiable and frank or savagely treacherous by turns, he is the hardest proposition Ameri cans have ever encountered. Much has been said of the brightness of the Filipino intellect, and probably with truth. It Is natural for Americans to assume - that ordinary intelligence should be sufficient to lead thto hybrid race to a quick appreciation of the wisdom of accepting in peace the pro tection of our flag. And so, convinced that the people of the Philipines are far more intelligent than we had sup posed, we have fallen Into the - error of rushing to give them a liberal form of self-government, years too sou In all probability. It is clear that so long as it is necessary to keep up the form of hostilities at all, the military should have a free hand, and the ma chinery of the civil government should be kept In the background. Some of the mistakes which have. been made are cogently pointed out by Senor Enrique M. Barrctto, chief translator for the provost marshal-general of Manila: - - - The sensible persons in the Philip pines are al in favor of the Ameri cans, but, of course, sensible persons are in the minority here, as they are In other countries. There uhould be a radical change in the system of gov ernment of the islands by the United States. They need a stronger hand to prevent uprisings. The civil commissions are altogether too numerous. The civil systems should be reorganized and the mili tary element allowed more power in directing the government. Some of the members of the Taft Commission are too Intimate altogether with iy la.n native elements that should never be trusted, because they absolutely are an trust worthy In every respect. They use the advantages they thus enjoy for the benefit of the insurrectos, who have their real sympathies. The Filipino does not understand kindness. He has been accustomed for generations, like all other eastern peo ple, to being driven, and he regards kindness as an tndcation of weakness. This Is manifest to any one who knows the Filipinos well. The civil lomnilHSfoners huvo not been fortunate, in their Hel"ctin of na tive appointees to othco. As an in stance, a native by the name if Felix rtoxas. was npjmintd governor of I?n. lunus province. He failed at this and A Weak Back. Seme peop'.e suffer from tfcij aill ment nearly all their lives. , They are nervous and d-espondent through, loss of sleep. The fact is tnt Ir kldn-eys are weak and unable to perform their proper functions. The best medicine to strengthen the kidneys, etimu'ate the liver and cure Indigestion, dyspep Fio, sleeplessness or malaria, fever and ague, is . :1 HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS was appointed Judge of three prov inces in spite of the fact that he never had practiced law. Such appointments are numerous. I think, said. Senor Barretto, in ending, the problem of pacifying the Philippines and establishing a stable government there never will be solved until the military branch of the United States is represented powerfully on any commission that may be selected for the purpose. The present plan cer tainly never will accomplish anything of substance In the direction men tioned. The Republican Is not bloodthirsty, but it trusts that President Roosevelt will give no heed to those who would have him conquer the Philippines in a half-hearted manner. Until war Is made altogether unnecessary by the complete submission of the rebels, hostilities should be conducted with unrelenting severity. Above all, treachery on the part of officials who have accepted appointments from the government should have no toleration. To paraphrase Emperor William's proposition as to China, treachery in the Philippines should be punished with such severity that for a hundred years to come the sight of the Ameri can flag wil cause a hostile Filipino to tremble. Had there been less benevolence In Samar this nation would have had no cause to mourn, the worst disaster to our arms since the massacre of Custer. From the beginning of the rebellion In Samar. Lv.kban, the leader of the In surgents, has distinguished himself as one of the mo3t inhuman and cruel brutes known to modern history. His character was long since so completely demonstrated that his "pacification" extepi .y hang ing should have been out of consider ation. Instead, a policy of coaxing and benevolent warfare against him has served to kindle anew the fires of In surrection. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tab lets. All drupKiists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's igr nature is on each box. 5c. DEVELOPING GEOKGIA RICE. The Georgia rice planters are tryinff to devise plans to develop their indus try. Among other points, it is noted that in ISfiO Georgia's rice crop amount ed to u2.000.000 pounds, then in 1SH0 it rote to 25.0O0.C0O pounds, then in 1S30 fell to 14.5OO.CO0 pounds and since then has held about even. Its lowest condi tion was In 1898. when tile severe coast and tidal storms reduced the yield to 3.500.0(H) pounds. In the meantime, un der less favorable conditions, the Lou isianans have adopted and discovered new methods whereby they have Jumped from 4.400.000 pounds in 1S60 to 75.0OU.Cc0 pounds in 1890. and in 1900. 99. 000.000 pounds, with 100.000 acres In cul tivation. Atlanta Constitution. ISeware of Ointment for Catnrrh That Contain Mercury, as mercury wiil surely destroy the sense of smell and completely deransfl the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. - Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cute, manufactured by K. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury, and Is taken internally, acting; directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying: Hall's Catairh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimo nials free. Sold by druggists, price 73c per bot tle. Hall's Family. Tills are the bst. FAJAltO Al'PLiS CHOP DAMAGED. Tlie. severe wind Monday afternoon, September -3. says the Pajaronian, did considerable damage to the apple crop of Pajaro valley. In some districts there is u. heavy showing of apples on the ground. This stock will have to be worked at the driers or cider mills. It is estimated that In some orchards fully '0 per cent of the fruit was knocked down by .the 'wind.-. That . big wind made a heavy slash in the prof itable profits of the packing- firms. TYPICAL, SOUTH AFRICAN STORE O. R. Larson of Bay Villa. Sundays river. Cape Colony, conducts a store typical of South Africa, at which can be purchased anything from the pro verbial ."needle to an anchor." This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the. nearent railway station and about twenly-nve miles from the. near est town. Mr. larson pays: "I atn fiivored .with the custom of farm ers within a radius of thirty miles, to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlain's remedies. All testify to their value In a household where a doctor's advice is almost out of the question. Within one mil? of my stoie the popu lation is perhaps t Ixty. Of these, with in the past twelve months, no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This must surely be a record." For sale by Elvey & Huiett. PIU NIS TRUES NOW IN IJLOOM. .1. H. Roberts of Yuba "it y reports a rather uncommon thing In horticulture now viKi!il on bis place wost tf town. Early in the seas'-rt his prune trees. Ffqr-results' list wiTrg 14-16 South Second Why Pay Rent when you can buy a HOME upon pay ment of $8.00 to $25.00 per month 160 acre ranch for rent, 60 acre. In alfalfa. . Rooms and houses for rent. If you have property for sale or rer.t list it with R. H. BREENE No. 21. North First Ave. growing on the sandy ground, began to shed their leaves and at the time of gathering the prunes the leaves were about all off. Now the trees are full i'f fruit blossoms, making a very un common Bight at this time of year. Sutter (Cal.) Independent. j STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS. Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the use of ope arm and one side. After being treated b an eminent physician for quite a while n-lthout relief, my wife recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after using two bottles of It he is almost en tirely cured. Geo. R. McDonald, Man. Logan county, W. Va. Several other very remarkable cures of partial paral ysis have been effected by the use of this liniment. It is most widely known, however, as a cure, for rheumatism, spiains and bruises. Sold by Elvey & Huiett. SHOW GOOD TASTE. The arrest of that, Detroit Met in Po land iecause his verses were objection able has thrown u pleasing light upon the literary taste of the Poles. Hither to we have Judged Ty their spelling mat they v.ere not particular. Minne apolis Times. ' When you have no appetite, do not relish your, food and you feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Sam ples free at Elvey & Hulett's drug Btore OUINEA IS COI'OHING. New Ctuinea Is just now suffering from a visitation of whooping cough. Thla is the lirst time that thi? malady has iH'currcd llierr. and uSuol In sui'ti case Ifis sprfdlng like Tvtl'lHrv: It Is well 'known that Infectious dis eases occurring among a hitherto-un-.'iltuckcd people rage with the greatest f V8s-v-v---'v-v. visit DR. JORDAN'S great f MUSEUM OF ANATOMY f 10-1 imETST.,MSFRmtXC,CU. f The I-arrrt Anatomical Museum In the A Woe ill. i e-..kt;c or Any -4itractcd T d..ef lilly aM-. the oldest A &pcctaUta4 m tbe loM. fct. 36 jrean, W DR. JORDAN DISEASES OF MEN KVrMtLM lhnrooet.r Vrtirterf A ftotn yteni witbuttla u-a of aiorctarr. Ttimb fitted y an Hxprrt. mm t t Ml emrm lor AMp4aii a, n"gk ami 1 rxriotl rtire IW PI - arrH VtalMtae. by IH. JbcUn ,peual pur le.. meihotlx. M Cnrmiliattot ftte ntl fctrt'rtyprtva. Trmnnent W snnallv tiv leter. A Axirtf in rrrv A unrlcrtVn. H'nie f W MAHHIACK( M Cor nira. ) CU or writ V Oft JORDAN i um.crt..V. m ff Book, philoooprv MAILtU FRaUi.. (A WlUAUC I nit GO., 1061 Martlet St, S. I I am better equipped for business than ever be fore. If you have Property for Sale, Property to Rent, or Money to Loan, list with me. I will find you a customer, and do it quick. Parties wanting loans will be expeditiously and satisfactorily ac commodated if they come to my office. Put your wants in my hands. RNEST Real Estate, Loans, Instirance Avenue Office LOS f The Quay Corner, LOS yii. j.. k- Jj-ta. Fall and Winter Underwear is in season. You can sava a generous amount by writing to us. Our prices on Under wear are the lowest on the coast. Write for catalogue. Send for samples and esti mate on anything you want. - ; We Sell CUT FLOWERS CENTRAL 133 South Spring Street, PHOTO Abo4t Oct. iI3 AGUA CALIENTE. HOTEL MODEST. virulence, and whooping coiiKh in New Guinea is no exception; the natives are j dying by hundred. lichiK at a lots to nrcmint for the deadly w oin cf the n:i- tives uttriimle it lo the witchcraft of) their neighbors, with the result that . there have heou many in tribal and in- j tcrvlIlKge lights and massacres. The good old cider that hits like a green hickory club in the handn of the hired mun Is going to he dear in the teetotal state of Maine this winter. Tnere.fc less than half a crop of applet. Minneapolis Tribune. ITJDiO LANDS all'orna. Tlij? flowing wi-lln of pure, soft wmor. Rich Pfilimi-nt mil. - Ni-ar R. R. Free Water. Karlit producin land in V. 8. L ulimited inarkctB. No Competition. For talu by I M. W. COTTLE r CO. 409 Wilcox Building,- i.os Anaelet, Ctd Walker 'Phone 501 1 Fourth and Broadway ANGELES Everything Oldest 4ml Largest Cut Flower Store In Southern California. Flowers jacked for shipment. Fine Kedondo Carna tions, Hoses. Violets. Lilies, Smilax. Choice Pottod House Plants. PARK FliORAli CO., Cos Angeles, Cal. KODAKS SUPPLIES. De-velopinfr and, Frtntlnr. l we will remove to our l&rye new store South Broadway, l.os Angeles. Agua Calicntc. Mrii-opa county. Every thing new. Fxcpllent hathing. Rates Rafonabltt A MUNICIPAL MIRACLE. Two Cripidc Creek plumbers brol; a(! rt;rr!s by laying 2.fi00 fet of sewer pipr' i:: seven days. Th:y urc now laying for a few inore contracts of that kind, after the completion of which they will lay off. Denver Poft. VACUUM DIVCIOPIR and HEALTH PPLTANCE, enrrn Weakness nd Undeveloped Orgmns. Bi .1 i t. an iv. ki'.'ui if rmnaeiu 1 t - r-n i- n tew dMTB luvertiffMie Ihfe NATt'KK Ot'RK, acomi Hfhtd without the ura of drnrfi or r!'triclty. Wriie for our lsfcehi book, .pent phi ! f re . in plain pwvelop-s. KEVLTH APM-IAIPCK COVptNY. O'Fatrell Pt, Hn Francisco. ii Henrj Albers Pacific Coast K't riond for Catalog. Kit 1 line nonl trv snni lia. :il'i8. Min Street, l,os Ancelefs :at!f. !!gPV?a I I rwee rooH ucg. j Residence 'Phone 3031 Colored Chart Tree T. C. JOBLEN, O. I WILL SEND FREE UPON RE QUEST MY FINE COLORED CHART OF MALE SEXUAL, ORGANS WHICH WILL RE FOUND- A GISKAT ADVANTAGE- IN "HOME DIAGSO SIS." AS WELL AS A STUDY F0I: ALL INTERESTED IN THEIK ANATOMY. .... Address. O..C. llOSL,ETN,tM. D, - ; Corner Third and Main Streets, Los Angeles. Cal- MORPHINE rn yotT t"SE it? . ' DO YOU'' WANT TO EE CURED? IP YOU DO: DR. BRUCE KIMMl TVrLI., CURB YOU WITHOUT PAIN j OR NO PAY. ' The desire for dru?s. In any form i-" entirely gone afttr the lirst dose treatment. My remedy is a perfect ANTIDOTE and not a subsltute for, OPIUM. Write to nip, and I will send you -symptom blank, whii h you All out an: tcturn to' me; Then' I compound yo; medicine and ship it C. O. D. by press. Remember - It is strictly a HOME cure, and tan taken without the knowledge of J'uu: mont intimate friend.-. Call or write OHr BRUCE 0. K1MMIS Rooms 3 and 4, S404 South Broadway. Lbs ; AngekF. W ACCORDION PLAITING nuUUIIUIUIl Knile Plat in. J1i! ' dcrs tiren irnmediaro attenlinn. 1st' proved riarhiiifs. MR. OESOW, fl: dprinR Rtreet. Lo AukcIcs. Cal. Western Electric & Uachine CompanJ JSrv lns Engineers. Jamral Bupplies sff1 Molor pair. . JWri EMiroat., Jlirnlflira 831 S. JCa.1n St.. Lot M' , STEEL TRUNK STBAP CHEAPER TBW LEMHI' i Ontlaju " Wl" v' I anv trunk aad ca l-i locked. AbatrtatelT '' If Scat vrr.V:d to anr " 1 drca for $1.00. M-tiT'J- laadlifn.tBtislaCBi.j- Utnss. D. D. WHITNEY & SONS, S ; 345 South Spring St. Los AoirrlM. ' Sf si fr ar Illo'lrst"! Tnnk snl Is; cn"T"