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THE AIIIZONA BEPUBL1CAN: WEDNESDAY MQEUIXG, NOVEMBER G, 1901.
The Arizona Republican PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. Geo. W. Vickee. President axd Qen. Manager Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press in Arizona. The only battery of linotypes in Ari zona, Publication office: 36-38 East Adams street. Telephone No. 47L. Entered at the postofllce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, dally, one year $9.00 eetuy, uue jiwr .uu Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Ially, per month $ .75 PHOENIX, ARIZONA. NOV. 6. 1901. Our dispatches this morning carry the cheerful news that the American people have in no wise re- THE ceded from the position RESULT. they have taken at the polls in recent years. The republican party still has the con fidence of the nation as the party best fitted to manage the affairs of the country. In New York state, in Ohio, in Con necticut, In Iowa, in Massachusetts and New Jersey, all states in which off year conditions might have been ex pected to contribute to large demo cratic gains, it is shown that the re publican party is as strong as ever. Comparisons being mad9 with the last off-year elections, the gains in some instances are surprising. The magnificent victory of Seth Low and the ticket championed by the fu sion forces in Greater New York, is a victory full of inspiration for every lover of American institutions, be he republican or democrat. It is one of the best illustrations in our. history that the American people when aroused are patriotic to the core. A paper was read by Charles Francis Adams before the American Anti quarian Society a few LEE, THE days ago, which, was AMERICAN, of more than passing in terest. It was a review i and eulogy of the course taken by the confederate leader. Robert E. Lee. in the closing days of the war. As every body knows, Mr. Adams himself was a gallant union soldier during the time that his distinguished father was American minister at London. He i In The Summer ! Of life a woman may 6nd herself fading jand failing. She doesn't understand it. I She goes to doctors, who treat her for I this or for that, but she gets no better. ' She grows frail and pale. She can just '"drag about the house." but has no .pleasure in life. , Aiany sucn women nave taken advant lege of Dr. Pierce's : offer of free consult ation by letter, and have been restore'! : b y Dr. Pierce's I treatment to per- I feet health. There :is no more wonder- i ful medicine for women than Dr. i Pierce's Favorite i Prescription. Its I action upon the I womanly organs is at once apparent 'in the decrease of pain and the in crease of strength It cures female I weakness and such diseases as take .away the strength 'and beauty of I women. ; Sick women are rinvited to consult i Dr. Pierce by letter . free. All corres pondence private. Address Dr. R. V. "Before I commenced to ue ynir medicine I ' was in a had condition ( lor eijj ht years) and . four doctor treated nic." writes Mrs. Bettie Afttaew, of Ga;ysbitrK-. Northampton Co.. N. C. "They, of cou-e. gave me at the time ftotne re lief, nut it did not last tons. 1 wan some days j in my bed and some dava T dragged about the bouse. I have nserl fiee' b-ttle of In-. Pierce's I Favorite Prescription and five of the Golden . Medical Discoverv.' and four vial of the 'Pel- ; lets.' Now I feel like a new woman, and I want the world to know it.1 I t The action of the " Favorite Prescrip- ' tion " is assisted by the use of " Pleasant Pellets " when the bowels are irregular. ' For overlwervty-fiveVersVAmerics Standaord I18'h-8'rde ter-cert Cigar. HAAS . BAMJCM . ia CO.,DistribotorSi LOS ANGELES . CAL. earned a brevet as a brigadier, general. No man has been a more consistent "northerner." Mr. Adams is of the opinion that the nation owes a debt of gratitude to General Lee, for had it not been for his influence the coun try In 1S65 would have ben plunged Into a practically endless war exceed ing in horrors the interminable, strug gle now going on In South Africa. Says Mr. Adams: ... It is well known that, in the face oi disaster, Jefferson Davis 'had iiot for an instant given up the thought of continuing the struggle. To do so was certainly practicable. Foreign opin ion, lor instance, was c:i i:i:a point settled; it was assumed as a certainty of the future that the conquest of the confederacy was Impossible. The Eng lish journals had always maintained, and still did maintain, that the de feat of Lee In the field, or even the surrender of all the confederate armies, would be but the close of one phase of the war and the opening of another phase. the final phase being a long, fruitless effort to subdue a united pen pie in a region so vast that It would be Impossible to penetrate every por tion of It, much less to hold it in sub jection. As nn historical fact, the scales on the 9th of April, 1S65, hung wavering in the balance; a mere turn of the hand would decide which way they were to Incline. Thus, on the morning of that momentous day, it was an absolutely open question, an even chance, whether the course which was actually pursued should be pur sued, or whether the leaders of the confederacy would adopt the policy which President Kruger and Generals Botha and DeWet have in South Afrlco more recently adopted, and are now following. In was In the early morning of that 9th of April. 1863. that General (and ex governor) Henry A., Wise sought out General Lee at his temporary head quarters. John S. Wise, then a lad of 19. was present ' at the interview and has published his recollections of It. Lee asked his father what he thought of the situation. "There is no situa tion," said the elder Wise. "Nothing remains. General Lee, but to put your roor men on your poor mules and send them home In time for spring plow ing. " He said more to the same effect, and told the commander-in-chief that the blood of any man killed thereafter would be on his head. General Lee asked what "the country" would think of him. General Wise promptly (and profanely) rejoined that there wasn't any country. "You know the game is desperate beyond redemption,"- he con tinued, "and that, if you so announce, r.o man or government or people will gainsay your decision." General Lee made no reply. Mr. Adams Is able to surplement John S. Wise's report of this interview with a bit of history never before made public. Some years ago he came Into close association with (Jeneral E. P. Alexander, Longstreefs chief of artil lery and In 1855 (unless Mr. Adams' memory is at fault) chief of artillery of the Army of Northern Virginia. Alex ander told him that after a sleepless night he went to General Leo, that th of April, and submitted to him a plan. The army was nominally to capitulate. Then the men were to hurry to their respective states, report to their gover nors, and hold themselves ready to begin shooting yankees again. They were to do what the South African burghers have since done. "No. Gen eral Alexander." said Lee. "That will not do. You must remember we are a Christian people. We have fought as long and as well as we know how. We have been defeated. For us as a Christian people there is now but one course fo pursue. We must accept the situation; these men must go home and plant a crop, and we must proceed to build up our country on a new basis. We cannot have recourse to the methods you suggest." And Alexander with a sense of awe on htm. silently swung into hts saddle and rode away. Lee's decision determined In advance Joe Johnston's decision; In vain Mr. Jefferson Davis endeavored to rhake it. "The south feels that It Is whipped and Is tired of the war." was Johnston's final word. That settled it. The peril was averted. Mr. Adorns remarks; rteculling the circumstances of that time, it Is fairly appalling to consider what In 1855 must have oeeui red, ha Robert E. Lee then been of the same turn of mind as was Jefferson Davis, or as Implacable and unyielding In dis position as Kruger or Eotha have more recently proved. The national govern ment had in arms a million men. muroa to the hardships and accustomed to the brutalities of war; Lincoln had been freshly assassinated: the temper of the north was thoroughly aroused, while Its patience was exhausted. An Irreg ular warfare would inevitably have re sulted, a warfare without quarter. The confederacy would have been re duced to a smoldering wilderness to wm 11 A; Golden lipid opportunity Eg fclowty but surely render. life you bold, 3 f A f . m B KEWBRO'S HERPiCiOE Ifl I 9 is the only prepamtlon on the niaikot OS ' - ... - 'I Im.lv om-that kills Ihemlrmbent work B I on the hair mot, thus Ocstmy.i.; the I I (wise and couK.-queut.ly removing the S I One trial will convii.fN;vru. the same a us it has this "douhiiuK Tiiomab": 19 8Tf Fracico, rL. I. 9. I ' Wlwn I botit-ltt t!i lK:.uor H-rii-iile a ' f frw motutia ago. Hk ide ni-ijorlLy ors.u-h I prppar.ttloiiw, 1 (Iionjrlit It would prm a C . rake. hut ( am hapry lotuhnI it tinea H , find rvetl mnrf, th.m ?uu (-Intra fr )!. My C m twir 1 CTowlna rupidiT. RMiwtfuIljr, E S For Sale at alt First-Class Drug Stores.,, E what South Africa today is. In suh a declh grapple, the north, both In morale and in irmrms, would have suf fered only less than the south. The prohibitionists pf Arizona they form a considerable number will learn with dismay that the A champion prohibltlon- rriOHiniTION ist of Kansas. Albert BACKSLIDER. Griffin, has renounced the faith. For more than t we n t y yea rs Mr. G r i ffi n has been a zealous exuunder of the doc trine that the proper method of deal ing with intemperance is to abolish by law the liquor traffic. He has at last reached the conclusion that prohibi tion is not the best means of pronio; inff temperance. He has written a pamphlfi on the subject which take.) a strong ground in opposition to the views which he has advocated since 1SS0. He stat' that the temperance cause Is losing ground where prohtbl tion prevails, and explains it in those words; "Years ago, finding that the temper ance cause was losing ground every where, I began a diligent search for ..he reason, and found it In the fact that the general cessation ot personal com mitments agaiuft the drink habii and the substitution of the plan of coi.. pelling reP.o to cease drink in? trans forms most drinkers from not unfriend ly neutrals into active, and. In many cases, bitter enemies of every kind of temperance work. In consequence, the number of tipplers has steadily In creased; that of total abstainers has decrea?ed; and the zeal of many more h'ts waneJ. In short, we have disin tegrated our own army, and needlfrrs 1" driven Into tfc opposite ranks a host of neutrals that migiit have be?n drawn Into our own. "While mai.y prohibitionists admit that more moral suasion -work Is needed they usually Insist that prohibition must be kept In the foreground as the ultimate cim; and. In practice, from nine-tenths to ten-ninths of thlr effoits are expended on purely political lines. Worse than this, they persist ently l.iject their pagan method into the purely personal work others try to do. "Therefore, as might be exported. It is no longer possible to persuade the drinking element to attend cuch mis called temperance meetings. On the contrary, It keeps others away, and counteracts the influence c-f temperance workers by every possible means. It is useless for prohibitionists to Insist that prohibition ought not to have this effect nor even to assert that It does not for" the fact will remain that this is the way it actually operates." Those few citizens who oppose the proposition that the city purchase a blot k In the northeastern portion of the city for a park, are exceedingly shortsighted. Instead of hclnjf a det riment to adjacent projKrty, as t hey Hocm to suppose, a park would be a positive beiierlt in the fnattcr of in creasing values. Somehow, it seems, the impression prevails vjth these op lonents of the project that the pro- pored park will be converted Into a "betr garden." How such an absurd !dea could find acceptance It difficult to imag-ine. In any event, it Is t he duty of the council to consider the In terests of the whole city In a matter of this Importance, rather ' than the prejudices of a few misguided, citizens. 1'owever earnert and honest. Now is the time' to lay the foundations of a Great city. Now, when property is cheap, is the time to form the com plete programme as to parks. It ought to be unnecessary to urge upon any body that nothing so quickly attracts visitors and commends a city to inves tors as do beautiful homes and pp.rks: It is very suggestive that ' cSeneral Miles broad indorsement' of tiie anti canteen I'tw, unaccompanied ly uny comment upon tlie testimony of army Jr.cn in regard thereto, should have been followed the next day by specific evidence of the benefits of the canteen r.nd the injury that has resulted from its abolition. This Is contained In the report of Inspector General Brecken i Id sc. which recite3 the testimony of Colonel Burton In Cuba, Lieutenant Colonel Head In Dakota, Major Sharpe In Colorado and Colonel Sanger In the Philippines. Kach of these officers, v.hoi-c duty It wan to bo thoroughly In formed as to the efTctM of the can teen, cout radt'ts the dcchimtimi of i iei?ral Miles. !n.Kp-ctor (General lireckenrldge admits that a niujority t the post; at which ejehanges arc J. Ernest Walker 14-16 South Second Why Pay Rent when you can buy a HOME upon pay ment of $3.00 to SgS.OO per month 160 acre ranch for rent, 0 acre in alfalfa. Rooms and houses for rent. T F linv nmnrtv fnr full nr rent I list it with R. H. BREENE No. 21, North Pirat Ave. maintained were inspected before the law prohibiting the sale of beer in the canteens was enacted, so that most of the reports would not show the effect of the new law upon them. i:ut this is not to the point. The in spector general is speaking only of official, written reports. From the verbal reports obtained In Interviews with officers it is easy to see fhat their formal reports would be. One point is specially worth notice in the testi mony of Major Sharpe and Colonel tr anger. It Is that the abolition of the sale of beer and light wines practically amounts to the closing of the post ex change altogether, and this Involves a loss of the social life which the sol dier found there under the example and restrait imposed by his officers. We doubt very much whether General. Miles i3 as competent to Judge of the new law as the officers under whose THE JOY OF THE liousc is the baby. No matter how many have come before, the latest arrival brings joy to all. ' ..." . ( . ' When the little one takes his first glimpse of the ..world, he is in, it is a minute of keen est joy. , Father is proud, mother is fond, brother is eager, sisters are tender, nurse, is devoted ; the whole human world is kind.'! There is another, an under, world with enemies in it. ! When baby gets into its shadow, be quick with Scott 'e emulsion of cod-liver oil he is sure to get into its shadow; let him cret no futherthan into the edge of it. Health is the baby's life. We'll tend yutt m lillle to try, if yoo like. SCOTT & UOWNE, 409 Perl street. New York. to rent an elegantly furnished home, nine rooms, with all modern conveniences. Resi dence of Mrs. W. H. Smith fronting South on Capitol Grounds ..Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. Notary Public Avenue Office CUT FLOWERS CENTRAL! 38 South Spring Street. rtLjrrr AGUA CALIENTE. HOTEL MODESTI Agna new. Immediate inspection a very different view has been formed. The fip;oaranee of a number of popocrats an oil magnates In Texas has been followed by the advice of 'Golden Rule" Jones to the Beaumont producers to combine their interests. Mayor ' Jones motive is, of course, platonlo. but it seema strange for any suggestion that looks to the forma tion of a "trust" to be coming from him. Stops the Cough and works off the Cold Laxative BrorroQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price cents. Kinjr Ix'opoM of !Sels;iuiri owns a mo tor car of forty horse power, the em peror William one of tWrty-flve horso power, the czar one of thirty ho-Fe power, and the Kings of England, Por tugal and Italy each one of twelve home power. JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL. , The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped on an Inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one j nail entirely through her foot and a ' second one half way through. Cham berlain's Pain Balm was promptly ap plied and Ave minutes later the- pain had disappeared and no more suffer ing was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell in & well-known merchant of Forklaml, Va. Pain Balm is an anti Feptic and heals such injuries without ' maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by Klvey & lluk tt The Htate dcpnrlment at Washinfrtou hast ben advtaed by Minister KlnK of K;mkok .that the Siamese minister to the ITnlted States left there Sept. 4 for the United States. He will reach New' York early in November. Tie rMn in ters name Is Phyii Akharaj Aradhara (pronounced Peea Ahkarat.) ( Vast forests of rich yellow and sugar pine are being opened up in eastern ashlngton. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twent y-fivo cents a botUe. 'Phone 501 Oldest and Largest Cut Flower Store In Southern California. Flowers packed for shipment. Fine Redondo Carna tions. Hoses, Vioiets. Lilies, Smilax. Choice Pouted' HouEe Plants. PARK FLiORALt CO. L.os Angeles, Cal. KODAKS o i i n r 1 i trc Ds-reiopinz r I 1U I J QUrrLILO. and Printing. Ho-wland cSe Oo. 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