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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUliDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1902.
2 TIIE ARIZOAA REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BT THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS, Pres. and Gen. Man. Kxcluslve Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes la Arl lona. Publication office: 86-38 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471. Entered at the poatofflee at Phoenix Arizona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Br mall, dally, one year W Weekly, one year -w Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month PHOENIX, ARIZONA. FEB. 15. 1902. Special dispatches from the City of Mexico state that General Diaz has decided to resign the THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF MEXICO. presidency of the re public: that he will re tire within a few months., and that he has selected for his successor his sec retary of war. General Bernardo Reyes. Denials of the report may be looked for. but there is reason to believe that the programme as reported will be rarried out. President Diaz was re elected but little more than a year ago, and while he is In vigorous health he is an old man. and it is natural for him to wish to see perpetuated the policy to which he has devoted the last twenty-five years of his life. Not withstanding the peacerai condition of Mexico at this time.. It is a peace made by the magic name of Diaz and his mrr.ng right arm bearing the "matona," as his sword la called by his enemies. Were he to die without the succession being arranged, there Is good reason to believe that a number of would-be leaders would struggle for the vacant chair, and that the country would be plunged into serious difficulties. It is known that General Reyes is Dlan" choice for president to succeed him. For a long time there has been a keen rivalry between General Reyes and Sr. Limantour. the minister of finance, for the presidency after Diaz, and for Diaa' favor therefor. Liman tour is a native of France, but a thorough-going Mexican In spirit, and his success In handling the national finances has led many to suppose that he would be first in the favor of the president for the succession. Diaz is very fond of him, as well as Reyes. But Limantour and his talents for civil government do ' not meet all the requirements. He is better educated than Reyes, but Reyes as governor of Nuevo Leon for many year3 also ex hibited a high degree of executive abil ity. At the head of a border state he became well versed In the affairs of the United States, is a great admirer of this country, and speaks English well. The far-seeing statesmanship of Dins has, as one of its basic principles, the maintenance of close and cordial relations with the American govern ment and people, and so the selection of Reyes Is wise. Moreover, Reyes Is a soldier. Next to Diaz himself, Reyes Is the greatest soldier va Mexico, and this, of course., has been the deciding factor in causing the choice to fall on him rather than Limantour. No other man is so well equipped to assume the task of ruling Mexico, and if In the beginning he can have the assistance of Diaz, the affairs of the republic will be carried forward in tranquility to a point where further civil troubles need not be feared. It is probable that when the change occurs the forms of the Mexican con stitution will be observed, but not Its spirit. The Mexican constitution Is ahead of the times. With Mexico as with all other Latin-American nations, t5 bad 5i When you have that obstinate ling ering cough which will not be shaken off. I have used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery since my correspondence with yon," writes Mr. A. K. Novolny, of New York, N. V.t (Box I437- "I feel that 1 am in need of no more medical as sistance. When I started to take your medicine I bad a regular consumptive cough, of which I was afraid, and everybody cautioned and warned me concerning- it. I was losing- weight rapidly, was very pale and had no ap petite whatever. Now my condition is changed entirely. I do not cough at all. have gained eight pounds in weight, have recovered my healthy color, and my appetite is enormous." Its a oochign WHEN , Dr. Pierces m 98 PERSONS IN EVERY rJf1Ha"DRFr) who use rr 7f 1 !5fc. J WBm popular self-government as we know It is an impossibility. Everything Is sum med up in the personality, force of character and statesmanship of ; the president. President Diaz' disregard of the constitution and his policy of eonclliacion" toward the reactionary or clerical party have long been an offence to the radical or extreme ele ment of the liberal party. A liberal of liberals, and positively opposed to the rule of the priesthood, Diaz has felt himself strong enough to treat the clericals with kindly consideration. His ambition has been to weld all the war ring political factions of his country Into a homogeneous party in support of the republic. That he has been some what visionary in this, and that his kindness has been imposed upon, Is evidenced by the many accounts fur nished by the liberal press concerning the outrages and conspiracies of the clericals against popular government. The extreme and Impracticable lib erals will not. therefore, accept with out protest" the programme for the transfer of power to Reyes. With them the observance of the constitution ap pears, to be everything, even though all Intelligent citizens concede the In capacity of the Mexican masses for participation in the government. The hair-brained "liberals" are the most active opponents of the ' president's methods, and the editors of that faith have become famlllur with the Interior of Mexican jails as a reward for their boldness. The Mexican Illustrated pa per, "El Hljo de El Ahulzote." of Feb ruary 9, which arrived in Phoenix yes terday, is violently opposed to the Diaz scheme for the transfer of authority to Reyes without calling the populace into consultation. The editor has spent most of the last twelve months in prison for attacking the gov ernment, and so hiii language concerning the deal Is veiled as much as his impetuous spirit will permit. But he says: At last the militarism of the abomi nable times of Santa Ana. reborn ai the phoenix from Its own ashes, is resus citated in our country with all the ap paratus, with all the show that ia lent by gaudy uniforms, brilliant sabres and bayonets .and the noise of their scabbards and spurs. The constitution la dead! 0'er the cover of its tomb we find Roman cen turions employed to guard its burial slumber. Nobody, absolutely nobody, cares to call forth from the grave our Magna Charta of 1857, the making of which cost so many tears, so much blood, and so many heroic sacrifices! O! the times! O! the manners! How changed are the men of conviction and ideals. not because they are persuaded for the good of the country but be cause thus profits their selfish Interest! Yesterday It was honorable to agi tate the popular sentiment in favor of patriotism, in favor of civic virtues. But today! Today all is to the con trary. Nobody raises a protest against the flagrant violation of the law. No body protests against the crimes and abuses of the mandarins, because they would be persecuted and prosecuted tenaciously until assassinated in the name of that hydra of a hundred heads which they call Peace. Today the most peaceful meetings are dispersed by the armed hand in the name of "public tranquility." but In reality in obedience to the ambitious looks of the clergy and the military. In those countries in which the citi zen Is a sovereign, all is free. In our country, to proclaim a liberal belief is sedition and turbulence, according to the clericals and their publications, which either openly declare their pur poses, or else with hidden hypocrisy pretend to be defenders of the people. But at any rate the object is to extol the acts of the dictator. What will be the morrow? Nobody knows, but perhaps the time is not remote when we shall see the disturb ances which In Madrid and France pro voke the military . Tne constitution rules no more. Therefor-?, the government did well not to cele brate the glorious date of Its procla mation (February 5). because such act would have been sarcasm. Those of us that call ourselves lib erals, those of us that wish for the progress of Mexico, cover ourselves in shame for the recent happenings which have killed our last hope for the pre dominance of the civil power over the powers of the priesthood and mili tarism. The altar and the throne have triumphed. Shades of Zarco, Arriaga, Ocampo. Juarez, Lerdo and other champions of manhood! Where are thy enthusiastic fighters for an idea? May our constitution rest In peace! Notwithstanding these hysterical lamentations for the "constitution," the Diaz policy is the practical policy, and the best interests of Mexico will be guarded by Reyes, regardless of any technical defects which there may be in his title when he becomes president. Experiments which have Just been completed under the auspices of the department of agriculture by Prof. M. E. Jaffa in California, show that a diet of fruit alone will nourish a man quite as well as one of meats. The experi ments were made on a colony of peo? pie who eat only fruit and nuts and who eat everything raw. The average cost of such diet was found to be 25 cents a day for a man and less for a woman. One important saving was the absence of waste, and another was the absence of any fire for Cooking. Ex periments were also made with Chinese engaged in laundry work, outdoor ex ercise like farming, and one a profes sional man, a dentist. One discovery was that It is a popular fallacy io sup pose that these people live mostly on rite. The fact Is that the Chinese both in this country and at home eat quite as much meat food as do Americans: the rice bears the same relation to their diet that bread, cake and pastries do to the diet of the American. But the meat which the Chinaman eats Is a different sort from that of the Amer ican. It Is often dried fish together with fowl, and the poorer qualities of beef and pork. The Chinese farm la borer lives comfortably at a rate of 19 cents a day, which is a cent less than the cost of the diet of an Indian school teacher, studied by the depart ment for comparative purpose. The Chinese farm laborer varies his table with dried squid, dried shrimp, bean cheese, taro root, dried day-lily petals, algae, preserved green mustard tops, water Illy root and dried oysters. He drinks tea alone. Half of the cost of his provisions is the rice, and the other half includes a large per cent or beef and pork. One of the real life tragedies that has all the deeper Impress because It has been played quietly and because its catastrophe seems, to finite judg ment, somewhat unjust, is nearing its close, with death waited hourly by the watchers at the bedside of the Mar.iuis of Dufferin and Ava, says the New York Mail and Express. From boy hood every act of the man who Is now dying in his Irish castle was a credit to him and a benefit to his country men. His gifts were varied, and as diplomat, writer and public servant in varied capacities he earned distinc tion honorably. He did fine things for his country, but he failed to put money In his purse. And so when his public career closed he was an easy prey for a plausible promoter of "bubble" min ing companies. He was told glittering stories of a share In sound properties. What was wanted was his best pos session his good name for use as a decoy. The end was the collapse of the Westrallan mining schemes of Whit taker Wright, the utter ruin of many Innocent investors, and their declara tion that they had been enticed by the name of Dufferin. It was a death blow to the flne-natured gentleman as surely as if dealt by knife or bullet. And the pity of It is that he knows only the denunciations that have been heaped upon him; nothing of the sym pathy that goes forth to him from all fair-minded men. All in all. It Is a curious parallel to Colonel Newcome In fiction. And the final "Adsum" with all its meaning of peace and rest seems wholly fit for the liis of Duf ferin. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw is already announced as an indefatigable worker. He has been making overtime this week, getting at hi3 desk early and leaving late. He would better be careful. The Ancient and Honorable Order of Associated Department Clerks will be "'sicking" a walking delegate on him. Standard Oil stir, manages to strug gle along and keep the wolf from Mr. Rockefeller's door. Its first quarterly dividend for this fiscal year Is K'K 1 000,000, making Mr. Rockefeller's share of all dividends up to date only $128, i 000.000. W. C. T. U. NOTES. General Diaz, the most remarkable man In Mexico, has said: "If I should live to give my people trained mothers. I would do more for them than leav ing them trained soldiers." Intemperance is the greatest curse of the age and the warfare upon It should be persistent and unrelenting, and success will finally come through the education of generations of chil dren. N. W. C. Advocate. The prosperity of the Bouth is indi cated in the fact that the state of Mis sissippi has a surplus of $1,000,000 in Its treasury this year. Mississippi you must remember is one of the strongest prohibition states in the un ion. California Voice. "Within half a century," says Dr. Dlo Lewis, "no young man addicted to the use of tobacco has graduated at the head of his class in Harvard col lege, though five out of six of the students have used it. The chances, you see, were five in six that a smoker would graduate at the head of his class If tobacco does no harm. But during half a century, not one victim of tobacco was able to come out ahead." If ' the saloon Is not one of the strongholds of Satan's kingdom we lo not know what Is. It Is the poisoning spring from which flows every other social evil, gambling, debauchery, adul tery, murder. The Presbyterian Stan dard, Charlette, N. C TO CURE GRIP IN TWO DATS Laxative Bromo-Quinine removes the cause. K. W. Grove's signature on every box. Price 25 cents. Mrs. Candor How dirt you come to miss your train? Mrs. Malaprop It was all the fault of the man - I asked In the bureau of fabrication. 4,I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years and hav no hesitancy in saying that It In the best remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have ever used in my family. I have not words to express my confl dence in this Remedy." Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. Jt is true," said the person of high ideals, "that you have attained pros perity by your writings. But you have produced nothing that will live." "Well," answered the comfortable literateur, "when it comes to a ques tion of which shall live, myself or my writings, I don't hesitate to sacrifice my writings." Washington Star. CONSTIPATION When your food does not digest prop erly, the bowels become c logge J and the liver inac tive. The poison and Im purities that should be carried off are thus allowed to accumulate, causing nausea, sick headache. Indigestion, dys pepsia and biliousness. The best medi cine to cure constipation and prevent these diseases is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Try a bottle and be convinced. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS NERVOUS PROSTRATION Miss W. Childs-Blacktrarn, Secretary of the Rock Island Literary and Art Society, Writes a Special Letter to Mrs. Pink ham Telling How She Was Cured. The relation of woman's nerves and penerallve organs is very close ; con sequently sine tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous despondency and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement of the orfranism which makes her a woman. Herein we prove conclusively that Lytliii K. Pinkham'g Vegetable Compound will quickly relieve all this trouble. 3USS AV. CITILDS "Dbar !Mrs. IV;kiiam: I tnkn pleasure in ncknmvletlglnj? the effect of Lydia. 1Z. 1'inkhnm'n Vegetable C ompound. In my estima tion there Ls no fj:a::lr remedy to equal it. Weakness not properly attended to, together with the close coiinueiuent at my desk brought on nervous prostration, so niu-li so that for a year I doctored continually. I tried ditfePMit remedies which only succeeded in poisoning my system, and my stoma' h refused food. A neighbor who had sutfered with ovarian troubles and was perfectly cured, called my attention to your Vegetable Coniiouiid, and I nuulo up my mhid to give it a two months' fair trial. However, before one mouth had passed I wiw like a new woman, and after six weeks faithful use of the Compound I was in perfect health. It certainly is of great benefit to. women", and I wish every poor suffering woman could have a chance to try it. Yours very truly, .Miss YV. Ciiilds Ulackbl rx, 2J2-2 Fifth Ave, Rock Island, 111." Nothing will relievo this distressing condition 80 surely as Lydia K. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound ; it smithes, strengthens, heals and tones up the delicate female organism. It is a positive cure (or all kinds of female complaints ; that bearing down feeling, backache, displacement of the womb, inflammation of the ovaries and is invaluable during the change of life. How Mrs. Pinkham helped J!rs. Borst. "DearMks. 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It you t It from the Phoenix BaJiery and Confec tionery. Eel. Eiscle Proprietor Established 1381 'Phone 891 Money Saved by I Buying Trees. JhTd'or'r'rna'men"i j t.e. lean do -his tor ihla re&fou: I sell p ou the trees tresh from Die prountl. which .vei the expennw ot removlDS th m o Fhoe nix. and deliver fo tou without being In the ufl (or ny Twelc. f&irus ol different v rietle FKEK with every rtollsr'. worth of tr-e at the Nurere. r'e.t from V0 up de livered. lVk r.lR. aarseryaas Fitield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS KKtlmates Furnished Rooms 11-12-13 O'Neill Building P. i. Box 73, l'uoentx, Alisons. Joe Fineld Qso. M. Oallaaber Griswold Sells the Racycle the befct nnd easiest running Wheel on j earth. Sells good tires for $2.00. best, i Most complete repair shop in the tty. Shears and Lawn Mowers sharp ened. Keys made and Bicycles re paired. AH work guaranteed. Bastiford - Burmisler Company WROLBSALS 1IID RXTAIL DBALKBS IN General Merchandise Prescott, Arisona We carry full lines of everything. We have a big store. We do a big business, but can do more j jjj 0 When tn Prcscott it will please tia to have you call and get acquainted For the family dinner iOF"-FiiC;HT ! plain cocklnR is the rule, hut thi food Itself shnul-J be of the best meat In particular. For that reason those who deal at Hurley's meat marked nev.r have tauce for complaint, as their meats ui always or the best and uni form quality fresh, tender and of sur passing flavor. fVT. Hurley 5 15 . West Washington St. v ...'Phone 121 Money 'ton Loan at 70 ' - Interest If Taken Soon HQf Must be Gilt 'Edge Security. R. H. GREENE No. Zl North First At. Rarrfan Pits Tn oldest In the city. Kn UdlUall Will joys the best standing with RoctQfirant tradesmen, buys everything nBMdUldill at spot cash price and rooms for families. Tickets, (4.60. Singl , Meals, 25 cents. TUCK, HINC 91 CO. 22-24 K. Wh. Bt.. Enst of Jnrnnn Co BUCKEYE ,: STAGE; , - Leaves , . . , , Commercial Corral About 7:00 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Pratt -National Bank rr.EsroiT, AIIIZ. Capital Paid in -Surplus and Profits - $100,000 - $50,000 DIRECTORS MOKBIS GOI.DWATKR, J. C. Hkkdon, R JJ. FSKSSKICK, I). M. Fxssr. F. M. Muhph v, E. B. Cos. F. O. liRSCHT, F. SI. MVSPHT MORBtS OOLbWATKB. R N. FBSUCBICKS... ' t! O Ki t i. . Pjesident Vice-President Cashier ..Assistant Cashier OUR SAFETY DKPO'IT DEPARTMENT OF FERS SECURITY AND ABSO LUTE PRIVACY General Banking Business Transacted. 3B Nassau St. --- New York 40 State St. --Boston, Mass. FISK &: ROBINSON. BANKERS AND DEALERS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES Deposit accounts of banks, bankers, firms and Individuals received, subject to slebt draft. Interest allowed on balances. Correspondence invited from corporations, trustees and othee con servative Investors.' Orders on the Iew York Stock Exchange executed on commission for cash. HARVEY EDWARD FISK, GEORGE H. ROBINSON, Members New Tork Stock Exchange. HOME SWINGS BANK ' AND TRUST CO. phoenix.'ariz. ' -c' Charles F. Ainsworth President Hush H. Price Vice President Frank Ainsworth.. Cash, and Treas. R. H. Greene Secretary Authorized Capital $100,000. Hours 9 a. m. to $ p. m. Interest on deposits. No commission on loans. , Directors Charles r Ainsworth, Hugh H. Price, W. C. Foster, Frank Ainsworth, R. II. preene. ; The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA PAID UP CAPITAL nOO.000 si npu.'s n"ooo W.M. CHRISTY. President. J. C. KIHK PATRICK, Vlee-Pres. W. D. Fl'LWILER, Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. AsbU Cashier. Drafts Issued on all of the impor tant cities of the United Ststes ana Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a general banking- business. Office hours: 9 a. m. to S p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman, Wm. Christy, E. J.-Bennltt. J. O. Klrkpat rlek. F. C. Hatch... W. D. Fulwller, Lloyd li: Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: - American Exchanse National Bank, New York; American Exchange National Bank. Chicago; First National Bank. Los Angeles; Bank of Arisona, Preseott, Arizona: The Anglo-California Bank, San Francisco, Cai. . , . The National Bank dl Arizona Phoenix. Arisona- CAPITAL PAID UP tlOO.000 SURPLUS 2&.000 EMIL GANZ. President. SOL LEWIS. Vice-President. .' " ; S. ORliRFELDER. Cashier. ' JOHN J. SWEENEY. Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Emll Gans, Sol Lewis, J. Y. T. Smith,. Charles GoldmanrS Ohcrfclder, Edward tKl&ele, Joseph Thalhelmer. x CORKESPONDENTS? The Bank oi Califomla, San Francisco; Laldlaw A Co.. New York: National i Bank of Commerce, St. Louis: National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City; Flrt Na tional Bank, Chicago; Colorado Na tional Bank. Denver: Farmers' and Merchants' National Bask. Los An Kelesi .ConsolUtjited National 1 Bank.' Tucaonf Bank -of Arizona, Preseott: Messrs. !. M. Bathschil4a Sons. London. .