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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MOKN1NG, JANUARY 22, 1302.
THE APiIZOH REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BT THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS, Pres. and Gen. Man. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Ari sona. Publication office : 36-38 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471. Kntered at the postotlice at Phoenix. Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Bt mall, daily, one year 1 00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month .75 unionT PHOENIX. ARIZONA, JAN. 22. 1902. From all accounts it would seem as If Mr. HaiTininn of the Southern Pa cific is bound to keep THE Senator Clark from PHOENIX- completing his Los An BENSON RelPK-Salt I.ake road; HOAD. not only by offering all possible obstructions be tween those two cities but is trying to close the door against him from Salt I.afce east. Why would it not be a good Idea for the Board of Trade of Phoenix to com municate with Senator I'lark and call his attention to a very desirable route open to him from Ilarstow via Parker on the Colorado river, through a rich mineral country, to a point at or near Congress or Wlckenburg: then connect with the Phoenix and Eastern at Phoe nix and the El Paso and Southwestern at Benson: thereby giving him direct connections with the Santa Fe, Hot k Island, Texas and Pacific and other roads centering in El Paso. If the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix should refuse to co-operate with Senator Clark he would be fully Justified In building a little farther south, taking in the Vulture and Harqua Hala mining dis tricts and running through the exten sive agricultural districts of lower Salt river, known as the Buckeye country: thence into Phoenix, where he should have no trouble in making ar rangements with the Phoenix and Eastern Railroad company. If the parties controlling the Phoenix and Eastern should refuse to co-operate tvith him he could then build to Ben son independently, as the entire coun try between Phoenix and Benson would produce heavy and profitable traffic. He could also, if lie desired, build a line from the most desirable point on the through line to San Diego, where he would find money and friends ready to co-operate with him. It has been suggested that Clark has given this possible outlet some attention. If the Board of Trade of Phoenix should get In communication with the senator, and the Santa Fe. Texas Pacific and Rock Island people, as well as the El Paso and Southwestern, and acquaint them with the extensive resources which would be made available and the traffic that would be guaranteed by the com pletion of the line suggested, it might stimulate action to' some extent. The Importance of building the road from Phoenix to Benson and the possible beneficial results that would come to Phoenix and the valley generally are hardly 'less than the benefits to be de rived from water storage. In fact the early completion of thi3 road would, in the judgment of The Republican, bring water storage quicker than any other one thing that could happen. The construction of such a system neel not interfere with the building of his Half Lake road, which could be completed later and possibly at some more opportune time. In fact a serious move of the kind suggested would nat urally have a tendency" to force an eastern butlet for his Salt Lake line. i Mectioa Exhales from children as fragrance from flowers. The little lips are always puck ered to give or take a kiss. In homes where there are children, love reaches its fairest and sweetest proportions. In childless homes the kiss of wife and husband grows formal, and presently is neglected ; the springs of love in the heart become choked for want of use and exercise. Childlessness is a great sorrow to many women. It is like a curse from Nature, who bids all crea tures to be fruitful. It is not a curse but a misfortune. Often the conditions which cause childlessness are removable. T)t. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has brought joy to many a woman by giving her the happiness of motherhood. It gives to the womanly organs vigor and vitality, removes local obstructions, and practically does away with the pains and pangs of maternity. There is no alcohol or narcotic in " Fa vorite Prescription." I hare never written you how grateful I am to vou for yonr help in securing good health mod one of the sweetest, dearest, thirteen pound girls that ever came into a home." write. Mrs. M- VsA'ne. of 647 South Libertv St., Cialefcburp:. 111. f took six bottle, of Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, four of the ' Golden Medical Lut coverv.' aod four vials of Pleasant relicts.' Before I had taken (our bottles of the ' Favuvite prescription 1 was a new woman. X cannot wak.e pu describe wy heart-felt Kratitudc." To Veep the bowels regular use Dr. Pitxce's Pleasant Pellets. and It is not too much to expect that Senator Clark would promptly take ad vantage of the situation. It is reported that the Southern Pacific Is undertak ing to head off the building of the line from Phoenix to Benson. If the report should prove true those having in charge the building of the Phoenix and Eastern would find themselves in a similar position to that now occupied by the senator, and as Los Angeles is doing today, Phoenix should promptly do. viz: give every support possible calculated to bring about the early construction of the Phoenix and East ern. It would have been a sad day for Phoenix nnd, in fact for the whole ter ritory, if the Southern Pacific had prevented the construction of the north and south road which connects this valley with the mining districts in the north, Prescott and the Santa Fe system. One of the disadvantages of living under a territorial form of government is forcibly illustrated by HURRY the situation confront- THE BILL. ing the people of the valley In the matter of obtaining water storage. The county cannot construct a reservoir, acquire an ownership in a reservoir, or aid materially in construction, without au thority from congress. Logically, therefore, the first step Is to obtain congressional sanction for any finam lal operation by the county that may be found advisable. There hinjld be ti3 delay in introducing a bill empowering the county of MarU-opa to Issue lti bonds for funds wherewith to bui'.d a dam. or to aid in such building if the people should dec ide that to be more preferable. It is well, of course, to know that there is more than one method by which the citizens of the valley cap obtain storage, and all suggestions along practical lines are timely; but the first thing is to obtain power from congress to do hereafter whatever the people in their wisdom, after fil! dis cussion, shall decide best. After the necessary federal authority has been obtained the fullest Investigation of all proposed ways and means can be had, and must be had and nil the time required can be taken for dis cussion. But there Is. emphatically, need of prompt action in getting the required measure through congress. As the close of the feesslon grows nearer the great measures before the senate and house will crowd on the attention of mem bers, and It will be more difficult to get a local bill through either house. Thousands upon thousands of bills have been introduced already, and be hind each of them is some member anxious to secure favorable action. Not one bill in hundreds can pass. Toward the close of the session the chances for the general run of bills diminish, and it may develop that days wasted now will add greatly to the obstacles in the way of passing a bill for the re lief of Maricopa county. On the other hand, a bill presented now provided it be brief, plain and simple and properly pressed, can un doubtedly be passed, for no fair-minded congressman can object to giving the people here the power to help them selves. But the bill should be sim plicity itself. Any Involved or intri cate provisions will almost certainly prove fatal to the measure, for In the house, especially, the inclination of members always Is to postpone action if a bill does not show on Its face and at one reading that it is unquestion ably meritorious. Therefore, quick action and brevity should be the motto of the storage commission. The few people in the valley who still believe that a federal appropria tion or a federal guaranty can be de pended upon are, of course, sincere in their position. This notwithstanding it is the manifest determination of those congressmen pressing "national irrigation" to ta the cost of reser voirs against the public lands benefited, and the absurdity of the Idea that a gift would be made to this great valley when no donation Is contemplated for the benefit of settlers on new lands. But even these enthusiasts can be satisfied very quickly. Let some unbiased and intelligent person lay the situation before the leaders In the senate and house, and poll them on the question. "Jollying" expressions from obscure members from Podunk. Kohack, Gooseberry Corners and Jones' Mill should not be considered, but attention should be paid to the replies of the score of men or less who actually control legis lation. It will then be very speedily learned that the delusion of "govern ment aid" has no reason for its ex istence. The great agricultural development projected for an extensive district in western Arizona mention of which is made in the correspondence elsewhere printed concerning the "Plumosa plac ers" Is something of which the resi dents of the Salt River valley have heard very little, and the fact that such important enterprises can be under way In different parts of the territory without there being a gen eral knowledge of them Is a graphic reminder of our magnificent distances. Arizona Is an empire in area a larger empire than most of our citizens rea lize, and its developed wealth will as tonish the world In another decade. Mr. Andrew Carnegie has been telling what he knows about digging Isthmian canals. The Washington correspondent of the Chicago 'Time-Hernl-i says: "Spnator Ilanna today receive! a let ter from Andre' Carnegie, In which the great iron -master says that years ego he had been induced to Invest $10, 000 in the Nicaragua canal, and that he had Invested this money at a time when he could not spare it as easily as he could now. "That subscription led me to take a keen Interest In Isth mian canal affairs,' said Mr. Carnegie, "and I have studied the question with unusual care. If this government can purchase the Panama property under $100,000,000 it would be a great bargain in preference to trying to construct a canal by the Nlcaraguan route." " Colonel A. K. McClure is a "recon structed" northener both as regards other matters and as regards the his toric battlefield at Gettysburg. "I sin cerely hope," he writes, "that before another decade shall have passed there will be erected on Seminary Hill, by popular appropriations of the states of Virginia and Pennsylvania, an equestrian statue of Lee corresponding with the statue of Meade on Cemetery Hill." The assessed value of all the taxa ble property in New York city this year is $1.r,r4.907.471 real estate J.122.121.CW. personal estate $.1.472. 7r.S92. How much of this valuution will be "sworn off" remains to be seen. A ton of lead is fired for every man killed in battle. Statistics of European wars shows that from 3.0o to 10.000 shot are lired for every person dis abled. Stops the Cough and works off the Cold Laxrrtive Broino-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cum. No I'ay. Price 5 cents. ALCOHOL IS BEST Ml'SCI.E FOOD. Professor F. S. I.ee's Experiments Lead to conclusion Alreafly Beached By Prof. Atwater. (New York HeralJ. Dec. 10.) Before the New Yo:k Academy of Sciences, ut the Chemists club. Pro fessor F. S. Ie, of the 'ollcge of Phy sicians and Surgeons, guve the result oi h!3 experiments on the action of alcohol on muse le. He had found, he said, as had Pro fessor Atwater. of Weselyan Unl vesity, that In certain proportions alcohol was essentially a muscle food, and that with its aid greater results ran be obtained than under normal conditions. Scientific men are fast renllzing that alcohol is the greatest food and medi cine known. Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky is the only absolutely pure alcoholic stimu lant that has a world-wide reputation as "a food already digested," as stated by New York's most eminent doctor. It builds up the run-down system, builds new tissue, stimulates and enriches the blood, makes bone and muscle, drives all germs out of the system, cures con sumption, bronc hitis, catarrh, asthma, coughs, colds. gri and all diseases of throat and lungs: it tones up the heart. Doc-tors prescribe Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky when a stimulant and tonic are required, and all hospitals use it exclusively, as it can be retained by a weak stomach which cannot retain any food or drink. UPPER GILA VALLEY A Breezy Letter From an Obseivin Correspondent. Pima Ariz., Jan. 20. (Special c-orres-ponden'-e of The Republican.) I'assing .trough the Gila vall?y I find It to be second to none In Arizona but the far ,"r med Salt ltiver val;ey. I The weather In the Ciila valley has been unusually cold but dry this win ter. The farmers are all very busy plowing and planting, and many fields of grain are now as green and bright as a velvet lawn, forming quite a con nest to the snow crapped peak of old Mount riraham. Stopping off at Pima I find it to be a thriving little town, with a larg and modern hotel, owned by Mr. Mar- !hall. who also has a livery stable and saloon, while across the river is situ fcletf his farm, one of the finest in the valley. Pima also contains a very neat brick church, an opera, house, a large amuse ment and dance hall, two large brick Etores and several smaller ones. Pima Is not behind in educational matters. There are three very neat school buildings, and they expect to ; erect an elegant brick school house in the near future. I have been informed that the schools are in a better condi tion thla year than ever before in the history of the town. Amony the teachers are Miss Abbie McKenzle. prlnciial or the Pima schcols. to whose diligent labors is due in a great measure the improved con dition of the schools: also Miss Alice Kclmesiey and Miss Bessie Schwartz, both graduates of the Territorial Nor mal school. Miss Schwartz as a teacher is keeping up her record as one of th' htlghest members of the class of '01. My informant tells me that the above mentioned teachers with Mr. A. O. Mc-r Ulster, Prof. Hogan of Solomcnville. Miss Ca.Tuthers of Safford. Miss Alice Vy'lndes and Miss Lucy Itiae Schwartz, h? last two being graduates of the Territorial Normal sc;iool. are counted ay Graham county's most energetic teachers. This speaks well for the Ter ritorial Normal school at Tempe, Ariz. From all reports the mining prospects were never better in Graham county than at the present time. I shall learn to what extent these reports are true, t s I expect to pass through some of the principal mining districts of tils county in a few days. noma's Headache, Sour Stomach, Dizziness, Indigestion and Constipation, are symptoms of a disordered ptcniach. Th? Hitters is a ppeciflc reme dy for the stomach , and will cure these diseases. We urge you to give it a trial. Sitters fflQke Cuesta Bey & Co. QlQar Havana Boat en the Market Fred w. Baton, For overltventfiveYGairs America's Standttfd High-grde teiycert Cigar. HAAS BAJUICH f& CO..-Distri&utcri LOS ANGELES, CAL. Central Park Floral Co. assays; Ciit FSftUorc RELONDO Carnations, Violets, 1 lUWII i""Roses, House Plants, Utc. All orders promptly fillled. Kodaks ROWLAND Santa IPe iVUneral Springs M EAL7 U A IN 13 REST REHORT Hot Sulphur- Bath!, - for ftfri.OO. IN o tod Mineral Water. For the treatment of Uheunintimu. Nervous Debility. Spleen, Liver nn-1 Kidney Troubles. nxrcllcnt tablf; 4 trains eah way daily; only 2 miles from L.os Angeles. 1. H. SIMMONS, Manager, Santa F? Springs, Pal. Los Anglrs office, 01 Purrier Hut Idtntr. Rates $l.r0 to $2.50 per tiny. btinSil&WVM rt Aar-J v 1 --. li.nri-'ri.i.o:u v-Jjj r--'vuuaor tlis-u- uf rue kqi riil.o:j of f ittlital I k.iii .ill lishy div'or i:;'iu ! m m (-Perumiurrhu and a:i the horror of imftotenrv. ITPI K cleanse? ttvt-r I tin LuliiMt .it. 1 I fut ii i-4 1- .r-T nnrn.a t-t sail Imruirliua l. 111' V. nt rtntr; hiiba lad Tnore am i w.-nts oitim. Tni4--iju ftHtTfieia 'e i.t cnrf! Dor lore In v-'i tui inr- iitiiy Know it rrmt-tT in rut Ei x.1 ran e y m ii s.uarttuA VOL nkDit i.Mi ioM . u. FOR SALE BY KLVET & HULETT. lyon's French Periodical Drops Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish DESIRED RESULTS. Greatest known female remedy. PbIITIAII Bewmre of counterfeits and imitations. The ircnnlne Is put up only In paste-board Car- I Bead for Circular to WILLIAMS JlKli. CO.. Sole KOK SALF BV RE V 1. TIKAR. and thousands of other womrn and sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui. E m sssjss-sjs ssmS-ss-- 100 Chicago Htreet. Fort Wayne, Ind., March 7, 1900. Yonr Wine of Cardui has done a world of pood for me. I have nsed five bottles of the Wine and one packaceof Thed ford's Black-Draught. And since 1 have started to use it I will not bo without it in the house. It helped my ister in Toledo, who did not nienntruate as she ought. Hhe was sixteen tears of apre and nothing; else helped her. 1 was in a very bad state myself efor-3 I UM?d rour medicines, but i found relief in three days. And now I fel like a new woman and do all ncy housework and washing, which I oould not do before I took Wino of Cardui. I would be very glad to write any poor woman and tell her how I suffered before 1 used Wine of Cardui. Mrs. C. P. BIEGLKB For attvlre and literature, address, Rrrtns symptoms. "The ItUes' Advisory iJepartmeat," The ChaUatbooga iltxifetap Company, Chattanooga Tena. I AMUSEMENTS Tor.ifiht the I5oston Ideal Opera eoin puiy appears at the DorrU theater in the new comic opera entitled "The I'retty Persian. " As this company is ore of the lirpept. eldest and brst coir.U opera companies in this country r.nd will produce a new cpern never t o're fpsn here, with thirty-rive- art ists, principals ef well known artist i ability. lino chorus and orchestra, nt prices ranping- from 2f cents to fl. there ii owld net bo, a vacant seat in our the ater. Managpr Stechan has Cemon-tratc-d thr.t h? is attentive to tne oinfert cf his patrr.ns by having tio U'ceteV adequately heatoci and venU ir.tpd th'V.uphcut and every ether de laii to their convenience attended to, and w; hr.pc that the patrons will ap preciate his efforts by giving him the v here! patronage he deserves. , "You wouldn't think that I cou!J hiv!? a d-uichtrr who is oi l enough ro . hi married. voul,l you?' f.1vj as.vo:, ' E.mpcri, .? firiilily. ) "Well." he said, "that would depe:id j on whether I heard you talk without Cigars flgt. 334 W. First St. Lea Angeles and Photo Supplies DEVU0PISG PRINTING I SURGING Special AMeatloa Gives to Mjit Orders & CO. 213 SOUTH BROADWAY LOS ANGILIS, CAL. lW W g 0 stk Bu. kJT TI.it great Vceta. sum.;, J-'refir". pi: vgician, will qnlrkiy ci-rc you ol nil ft.utf n-ilotiB. vcrti IH'hiHtr. rini:iM Pre v . quiet tie if diaciiar-f. n i-.V'i if net chn.-k'"l (rfeMW 90 cnt ar trooMfd with Proi Ilia. wnitout in o;.? ration, U"jC:ihu:4. a wriweq Cox 3JTS. Ban Fraucbco. 00. Aeeiits. CITeUnd. Oh o. y'r -ZS UP-TO-DATE D It 1700 1ST. Seek Relief ! The great proportion of women who suffer never make a serious effort to benefit them selves. The most of them go on paying no at tention to their little menstrual disorders, be lieving they will eventually wear off. They grow worse and worse every day. At the period of menstruation a woman is peculiarly susceptible to cold and other external influences and it is also the most favorable time for the development of hidden disease germs which may be lurking in the system. Any physician knows that disordered menstruation, falling of the womb and leucorrhoea arc blighting lives la almost every home. No woman should neg lect herself a moment alter she sees indications . of female diseases. Almost instant relief can be secured by the use of WINEorCARDUl It will relieve you right in your own home. Will vou accept the testimony of Mrs. Beiglcr really seek relief today ? All druggists seeing you or saw you without hear ing you speak." She is sitlll wondering whether he iron at it as a compliment or other wire. Chicago Record -Herald. A Fmooth man is one who rubs other men the risrht way. i Money to Loan at 7 interest If Taken Soon j JSir -Must be Gilt Edge , Security. R. H. BREENE No. a North First Ava. Gordon & Smithline Brick Manufacturers Common Press and Stock Brick Booth Third Street. Telephone SO 1 CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. TAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZ. "Season of 1901-192 now open; New building! just completed; More rooms with baths; all rooms heated by hot water system when re quired; electric lighting of buildings and grounds. High standard of excellence In all features strictly main tained. Descriptive pamph let on application to L. II. Iandis, Pass. Agt. S. F. P. & P. R'y Co., Phoenix Ari zona, or to C. M. COLHOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. . JANUARY FIRST plants another milestone on the road of your life and ours. Ve hope that our relations as dealer and customer will continue as pleasant in 1902 as in 1901 it shall be our effort to make them so. Anything in meats or poultry you may buv of us will be the best we can get anywhere. Is your New Year's day order in? P. T. Hurley. IB West Washington St. 'Phone 121 I- O It IENT Furnished rooms J10 to $15 per month. Two-story furnished bouse. First avenue, $35 per month. Two-story unfurnished house, Wash ington street. $25 per month. FOR 8ALB Brick cottage. Third avenue, $750. Two-story brick house. Washington street. $2500. 10-acre chicken ranch, house, shade trees, 1 mile north Capito 1 grounds, $1200. 5 acres two mnes east city hall, $40t Blacksmith shop. $600. W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Blk. AMBROSE C0RR4L, J. W. Ambrose, Prop., Cor. First Avenue and Monroe Rt Does a GENERAL LIVERY AND CORRAL Business. Griswold Sells the Racycle the best and easiest running Wheel on earth. Sells good tires for $2.00. best. $4.00. Most complete repair shop In the city. Shears and Lawn Mowers sharp ened. Keys made and Bicyclea re Da) red. All work guaranteed. ' visit DR. JORDAN1S great MUSEUM OF ANATOMY I0:i31RRETST.,81VFEClSC0,CiL. f The I-Arrt Anatomical Museum hi the A WiirttL UcikriK'A or any a ntra:tc4l dT4 fltl-ly rmrt r the oldest A bucciaiii on the Cuast. fct. 36 years. m DR. JORDAN DISEASES OF MEN TitII-l thoroughly erd4niTtd A ftoiii9ktcai wi:bsui tlte u- ot MesrcMc-j. TrusMs fitTcrl hr an htert. aK4(- cl enra foi npinrr. a quick anil F tat alar, tijr Dr. Jordan's sp-ii pau- Consultation flee and -tf itfy pHyate. Trwatmmt per sonally ir ly lert.. A Patittv Curt in every :ae 1 MauniACE, mailed Fit Kb. f A valuable book (wrcirv.) Callurnrite OR. JORDAN & CO.. 1051 Market St. S. P. Western Electric & Machine Company o n.ul tin and Contract- lu engineers. Gn ml 6upplia and Motor Repair. Kfettinat-e fiirnfMhed on Lighting, and Power Plant. 334 S. Man St., Los Angeles. When You Want an Incubator et the L 9 Angeleq. It will iit y u. Bt-e one hc Hill's Settd Konpe Phoenix Stud for new ca)aogue. Mnry Albera 10S AN St IIS. CU. PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery. Supplies. Castings, Repairs, Etc., Etc ' 25 to 33 North Second Street KEEP YUUK FRIEDMAN, ThTpAWNBROKER, who can help you in time of need, and you can always find him at 41 North Center, where he Is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone In unredeemed pledges, auch aa watches, diamonds, shotguns, rifles and revolvers. Arizona Loan Office 41 North Center Street. Near Hotel Adams. The Casliford - Burmister Company WHOLXSALB AND EXTA1L DEALERS IN General Merchandise Fr.acott, Arlsona We carry full lines of everything. We have .a big store. We do a big business, but can do more jt J j j When in Prescott it will please ua to have rou call and get acquainted - BUCKEYE STAGE Leases Commercial Corral About 6:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Model Grocery. . Always ready to serve people with the best the the mar- ket affords. Everything and clean. When in trouble give trial. Prompt delivery. new Opposite from Adams Hotel I awoke in the night abont two o'clock and found that something I had eaten was fermenting on the stomach. I took two Ripans Tabules and had no fur ther trouble. T At druggists. The Five-Cent packet la enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle. 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. A Neat Shirt Front Attracts Attention. On lm in otherwise. Attract afentron too, and it initkes a lot of difference whether on i -ompi'Uonsy correct or copic"ously incorrect We. make a specialty oi making Shirt Fronts attractive. ti well as tUars and Cuff Hive our Kan 11 dry a triul. Your (or Good Work and prompt delivery. Arizona Laundry, Co7Srr(,t;"'' Telepboae 391 PHOENIX BAKERY CONFECTIONERY Is Your Bread as a feather, flaky, sweet, pal atable? Is it wholesome, nourishing, strengthening? It will be all of these and more, too, if you get it from the Phoenix Bakery and Confec tionery. Bd. Blsele Proprietor Established 1881 'Phone 891 HaM 1