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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, , .THURSDAY MORNING, -FKBUUART 18, 1001
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED BT THHJ Arizona Publishing Co. (BEO. tT. V1CKERS. Pre, and Gen. iigr. Inclusive Morning Associated Press 3Ktitcrie8. , . ft only rerfectinc Press In Arizona. Th enly battery of Linotype In Art- -MU-tlon office: 3W-8S East Adams tttwt. Tlephono No. 471 fcotrd at the postofflce at Phoenix. ArtaoM, mall matter of the second 8lTBSCRIrTTON RATES. TBr mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year Cash in advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month ots. Arizona visitors to the Coast will And Th Dallv Republican on sale at the rol lowlntr places in Los Anneles: Hollen heck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. South Spring street. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. FEU. 18. 194. .:..:xx::k-::-H"Mx-:: THIS OUGHT TO SETTLE IT. Washin'ton. D. C. Feb. 15 Gerg W. Vickers, Proprietor, Arizona Republi on, Phonix, Ariz. Work was not held up on the Tonto dam by threats of i:t!gr -lion by the Hudson Reservoir corrpany. There is no conclusive action yet by the interior depart ment bi t the situation is satis factory to Mr. Fowler end my self. Governor Murphy had nothing to co with the matter that I know of. Mr. Ely, secre tary of the Hudson company, was .-resent at the Hearing, but not as principal in presenting it. Mr. Ely's connection with the matter has been entirely fair. JOSEPH H. KIBBEY. This is a finder board, erected in conformity with the laws of Arizona (Par. 29Sn. Chan. 1. Title LXlll. -Roads") for the guidance of the Enterprise and the Gazette, those wanderers for the last two weeks lt a labyrinth of false hood. ' We refract fully refer the Enterprise and the Cisette to the foregoing copy of the l-jri-am from Judse Kibbey as an illwf.wtloii of th? advantages a".d U-:iul!' of truth. The Way to Split the Party. 1t- following is clipped from the Jaurnal-Miner and was undoubtedly tsken from a speech made by the rel'!ent; as stated: Th convention cf the republican editor in Washington recently was BHrsBcd by the president. He re mtr.ded the editors of the tremendous tcpponsitjility frr rightly influencing the poorle. "What we need," said the jr'Pi.Vnt, "Is simply to have the ex it truth told." The following will be read with in teirpt by some: President Roosevelt does not care Tor a nomination if it merely comes a a "th?r.k offering" from federal functionaries. It is announced that i-fflce holders In the classified list, j. e.. W'ik. will not be permitted to take jart in the nominating convention. Id Arizona it will not be necessary for clerks to take any particular in tercut as the responsibility has been ai-fumed by a higher authority though It would appear that post liiaMcrs and others dependent upon the president for appointments, had Ivtter stand in. We do not believe, however, that the President has au thored anyone to even insinuate any thing of the kind. t It i Interesting to watch the activ l;y displayed by certain Interests In Maricopa ccunty. What a majority Morrison would have had If the same influence had been exercised in this county, and throughout the territory, in hi behalf, that is being exhibited at thf present Urn? It remains f be seep what amount of- interest will be displayed . in the fall campaign. A frreat renponribllity is being assumed by the-territorial administration when It undertakes to encourage abuse of republlctis who dare to have views contrary to the will and dictates of any ofse man, who, as it would ap pear, is willing to sacrifice the party's chances in the territory in his desire to sh up Arizona's representation at the national convention in such a way a to make In appear to the presi dent that he is IT in Arizona. The fact of the matter is, If any op p sition to the president develops in the territory at all. It will be because republicans generally throughout Ari zona refuse to be used as instruments to advance the interests of any one man in the territory regardless of con sc ietu i s. It is with sincere regret th.it the Republican feels called upon to give publicity to the unfortunate vo-'i'lon that the party seems to be drifting into at the present time. It is tc be expected that the demo cratic pre will do all it possibly tan to divide the p'irty; but when ivputi 1! an piti (supposed to be represent ing "1t) territorial administration) re uurt In disreputable methods ealoulat 4 lo work an injury to hose who tve helped to fight the party's b;c tl lt the territory, it is gcing to be iiflVult to put up a combined fior.t, hrn the time comes, to So battle gsinst a cmnmcn enemy. Ji 1 quite likely that tho admintfttr.i tj' rffrets what has take-i place 7 e -rrr.tiy, but there can b Iitile doubt, ' ! the minds of those vho have ob lr'tl ith. any degree of care, ibut New-York City Bonds return the investor about 3h per cent, and must be paid for at once. A Five Per Cent. Twenty Year Gold Bond, equally safe as an investment, can be ,J bought on the instalment plan, j ' on terms that may interest you. In case of your death in the meantime, they become at once the property of your wife or other beneficiary. In writing, state your ajre and the amount on which you would like terms. The Mutual Lift. Insurance Com tan y of New York, kKBARD A. McCVBDY, President, NjiW Yoxsc N. Y. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. the Gazette's first efforts w"re inspir ed by territorial officials (diiect'y or Indirectly), who hold their wsiik.ns by appointment. Democrats turo-isjhout the territory must feel Tre.Uly encoui aged and not a little amused. The Fortunate South Side. There is bound to be something doing on the south side at a very early date. The stockholders of the Tenipe canal have expressed themselves in favor of a pumping plant large enough to near ly double the present supply of canal water. This enterprise is not to be a long drawn out affair, for the plant Is to be in wo: king crder by next October, if not earlier. Our neighbors en the south tide are very fortunately situated; plenty of water at all Feasors is bound to bring great changes Cor the better. Truck farming and hig'.i class dairying will no doubt largely take the place of the present system of 'ranching, and this will quickly double the value of the land, just as it has done in the vicinity of Sa.nta Barbara, Cal., where pumping plants hae also developed water fcr irrigation. Fertile land, an assured water supply in dry seasons as well as in wet and progressive farmers withal will wcrk wonde-is. and the Tempe country will soon rank as the garden spot cf Ari zona. Rocky Ford melons for a few seasons past have been grown with great success about Tempe and Mesx, and have netted the growers upward of $2fiQ an acre. Here, where we have no frosts to fear, the melon crop is s.n assured success provided the water supply can be had just when it Is want ed. The crop may be harvested anl disposed of long before the melons of other sections of the country are ready for the market. It is that fact that accounts for the high prices realized by the melon growers of the south side. Japanese as Advertisers. The Japanese are net insensible to the value of advertising. A week ego following the successful foray upon the Russian ships at Tort Arthur they were reported tc be giving away in the streets cf I'ekin newspapers con taining reports of the destruction of the Russian ships. The Japanese had something to barter success for pres tige and they naturally ver. into tho market where success commands the highest price. The typical Oriental has what ap pears to be an instinctive capacity for belief in supernatural things. All the mysterious influences of th? air all the supposed relations between in visible beings oT intelligence and tho occupants of this world are thor oughly real to him. But in regard to matters cf this world the typical Orient?! is strangely and persistently unbelieving. If he is told that a certain man is very rich, but can see no evidence on the part of this man of that lavish expenditure , of money that he regards as the only proof of great wealth, he smiles In a pitying manner at the credulity of those who can believe a man who uses his money only for necessary purposes, to be rich. So if he is told th;it a na tionlike the United States, for ex ample is strong and rich, he immed iately looks tc- the official or private representatives of that nationj for his material proof, and if his sort cf proof Is lacking he concludes that" there is no truth in the statement. It is to this sort of everyday East ern quality that the reported circula tion of free newspaper reports of re- cent Japanese work against Russia Is addressed. The Russians have always been able to impress Eastern pe;ples with a sense of their power. Their au tocratic and arbitrary methods with subord!natest are precisely adapted to catch the attention cf the average Ori ental, and to convince him that they are very great psoplo. He understands In his own life the use of power in its personal application, and he argues that if the Russians can fo conduct themselves in a foreign land they must possess unquestioned power in the world. Rut national prestige that Is, what other people think of a Kodaks ART H0VVLAND not a durable plant In the Yesterday's greatness' or authority dees not necessarily last over until tomorrow. ' It is either maintained by constant evidences of power, cr. else it' is lost. It is easy to see, then, that the Japanese, In their early naval successes over the Russians, have destroyed a good deal more than certain Russian ships. They have produced a stunning and conclu sive piece of evidence, exactly within the comprehension of the average Ori ental, that the Russians are by no means the irilsistible people that they have pretended to be, and very gen erally have been believed 'tc be. It only remains to get this evidence into those hands' where it will do the most good where It will create so great a tody of private opinion as to.be the public opinion of the Far Enst. It is impossible to estimate wh.it this! loss of prestige by Russia in northern China may amount to, but there is nc doubt that it will be a greater obstacle to the maintenance of Russian policy in the. Far East, , along the lines .hitherto followed, than the mere loss cf a certain number of Rus sian ships, There is an eminent prob ability, too, that Japanese naval skill and daring will be able to furnisii further material evidence of Russian weakness on the sea, in view of tho losses already suiTercd in that branch cf the Russian service. Such cumula tive proof of this sort as is likely to be furnished will only confirm the ordinary Ori-ntal in a convectlr n that he has been betting his future on the wrong horso, and that the Russians have greatly overestimated themselves in their assumption that they wer., and were bound to remain, the pre dominating political force in the Far Fast. No nation can be predominat ing in nbrtheastern China without con trol of the sea. Russia may hold Man churia cr not, but she cty-.not be th.' lord paramount of the Far East with out ships. 1 r i Professor Luther's illuminating card in the Hartford"Ccurant" was welcom- ed by a multitude of readers to whom i this question cf time in the east is a j perpetual puzzle. Hereafter there i'.l . be no excuse for saying evenlr. lhr will occur yesterday or did happen to morrow. It makes no difference about tri color of the skin when a people pos sess intellectual ambition. Intelligence, and are cbedlent to the rule that two and two make four not three or four and a half on o battleship, or in a torpedo beat, or in a battalin-.i of in fantry, just as much as in the abstract multiplication table. Clifford Smyth, at Bogota, inform the "Atlanta Constitution" that Mar- ! rcciuin has issued another formal ap peal" to the American people, a:ul for- wards the text of it. It is on th? fa- j miliar lines;. it will be a sweet mor-el! to the Gormanites and mugwumps. Smyth quotes Marrcquin as saying in conversation that Colombia is not mak- ' ing war at present upon the isthmu people or upon the United States, but if her belief In the Ametican people proves illusory will shrink from no sacrifice to recover her stolen pre vine?. "Colombia has one hope that is above all other hopes," says Marrcquin as reported by Smyth. "That hope is placed in the democratic party in your country, the party of the opposition to the present government." I TO CURE A COiD IN OMZ DAY. Take Laxative liromo rjulnrne Tablets. AH druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c. Meaningless. "Here's a noem we accepted so;m time sigo that nobody can possibly, make any sense out of at all," said the editor's assistant.. 'It hasn"t any titlu either." "Ohl" replied the editor, "just evil it the "Sighing Soul," and run it in." Philadelphia Press. 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Send for Catalogue. & CO. 213 SOUTH BROADWAY I OS ANGlttS, CAL. CONSUIV "I Was Dying of Consumption. Doctors Gave Me Up. Nothing Helped Me. I Tried Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Improved M Once. Eight Bottles Completely Cured Me" Days Mrs. H. C. Allington, Nashua, N. H. "My life has been saved by Daffy's .' ' ' Pure Malt Whiskey; my old use com forted and made happy. I can truth ! fully say that I would not be among rection. It keeps me we! I and hearty." MRS. H. C. ARLINGTON. 71 Amherst St.. Nashua, N. II. Mi::. Alliiigton's experience' is just exctly the same as thousand:-; of me;i and women who have been Kiiatchcd from a consumptive's grave by DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY Th Only Cu c For Throat and Lung Troubles. During i-.s existence of 50 years. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has made over 4.C0P.CfM) cures. 7.ei)0 doctors prescribe Duffy's, ar.d it is u:''d in over 2.0U0 hospitals exclusively as the one complete, perfect and pe-manent cure for consumption, coughs, coldr, grip, bronchitis, asthma, p!"urisy, pneumonia, catarrh, and all disc-ares oT throat a:i 1 ling.;; indigestion, dyspepsia. rfn-J every form of stomach trouble: nervousness, m.'laiia. and all low fers. and for all weakened, run-down, dir.eared cr wasting conditions of body, brain, nerve ard muse'e. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey not o;i- iv oiivc; out disease germs, but buil-is up r.ev,- t:sces and reuovater, the en tire syrteni. It rids digestion, enriches the tlor.il; stimula'oii circulation, tones up the heart, o.uiets the nerves, invig orates and builds in the body no tht it wd'il throw off and prevent disease. At the medical convention in Albany A LEADING DOCTOR SAID: "i would rather Have Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey to cure consumption and dis eases of tho throat and lung than all ether medicines in the vorld." v And th doc-tors present agreed with him unanimously. Duffy's. Pure Ma't Whiskey ir, good for o'd and young. It promotes Ion;.; life, kte;;; the old young, and make:; the young strong. Duffy's in absolutely pure, contains no fusel o". and is the only whiskev recognized ly.thc government as a medicine. Th's is a guarantee. CAUTION. When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiukcy bs sure you get the rjenuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful cf thex excellence cf this preparation, will try to sell you cher.p imitations and mzlt whiskey substi tutes, which are out on the mnrket for orofit cn'y, and which, far from rs lieving tho sick, are positively harmful. Demand "Duffy's" and be sure yoj get it. It :s the only absolutely pure i'.alt Whiskey which contains medicinal, health-giving qu.-l tics. Duffy's Pure Mart Whiskey is sold in serled bot tles oniy; never in flask or bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chem ist," on tho label, and be certsin the ceal over tho ccrk is unbroken. Ee varc of refilled bcttlcs. Sold bv all drucglt'j and grocers, booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey 0 0 0 A C R E S 111) and ?li per acre. CHEAP LAND. Every one knows that $10 land will double in value much quicker than $.".0 land, and that $1" land muc h tjuicker than $7T. land. We have 2.io0 acres, of as fine land as there is in ihe' valley lying mostly under the South Side canals that we are authorized to sell at $10 and $15 per acre. The owners of these lands need the money and wish to cash in quick and this is largely responsible for the price. We also have four quarter sections under the Arizona canal at $15 per acre, water right included, which are as great snaps as you will find anywhere and which you cannot afford to overlook. If you wish a safe sound investment that will double and treb'e in value as the reservoir is constructed, do not overlook these bar gains for It you do you will make a great, grand and gloom v mistake. WOOD-O'NEILL REAL ESTATE COMPANY 1 1 Tel. Main 365. 4s MWt'.IHTBH LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LI5T. The purpose of this column la to fupily the Arizona ii"lie 'with the names and addressi s of thoroughly reliable Lop Anccles establishments. The list will e found particularly valuable to those visiting the '0!ist. In dealing with Re publican advertisers be sure to tell 'hem vh'-re you saw the aJ vertlsement. They will appreciate it and so will The licpuhlicun. BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. $"!.7S per pair, express prepaid. 150 stvle-? for MKS AND WOMEN. 144 siVes and widths, one price. Co-stores. Tannery to consumer. Catalog and self measure ment blanks on postal request. 1,0s An Igeles store 22i' W. Third pt., near Broad way. A. S. andegrift. Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. T.os Angeles Cooperage Co. Tanks, rels and Kegs. Write for prices. bar- BUSINESS COLLEGES. BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL 953-5-7 W. 7th St.. LosAnccles. Cal. Depart" cnts: Bookkeeping, fhori hand, Kiigln-h, Tei-KrnTihy, Sp tush. 1 ar- (ryinnH fiiiifi. Ttiinis iJourtl New huildiups jtiM com pleted. Finely liecurnted, modern cilice fiirni, lure. A netvci, safe Fchool. JKclcrciuc re quired. Send for new 'atnlnRiic. F. BROWNSBERGER. Principal. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. B1L1.TNGTON CO., 31-314 S. Hroad way. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of lloor cover ings. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS, 908-S2S N. Main Si., manufaet'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON WORKS, P17-:U0 N. Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. (General machine work. POULTRY SUPPLIES. HENRY ALRERS, 3ir R. Main St. Lararest poultry supply house In U. S. Send for free catalogue. 1PTI0N CU the livin- today but for Duffy's. I have used it as a medicine, for many year and wiM continue to recommend it to all suffering from consumption and throat troubles. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey actually cures consumption; try own case is a living evidence of the fact. "I am in my 70th year, and in rugged health. A number of years ago I had three severe attacks of grip, the last one being followed by pneumonia. I was loft with a bad coug.i and .severe hemorrhages of tho lungs. The doc tors l;d not helT me ind I was. in de spair, because consumption was upon me. I tried cough medicines and so called consumption cjihi without ben efit and was nehring my end. when a good neighbor bi ought me a bottle o; Dairy's Pure Mail Whiskey. It help ed me from the first ami I began t mend. Eight bottles completely curel me. "I have always kept a bottle of Duf fy's in the house and when 1 f.-ed t'a ; leaf t bacily 1 take it according to di or direct, ll.tt'i a bottle. Met7ic.il j Co.. Rochester, New York. 2 0 0 0 ACRES $10 and 13 per acre. O'Neill Block. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. KummcJ Pros. & Co., 116-118 E. St. Carefully selected help. Second NURSERY STOCK. The Vernon Nursey, 4524 Central ave., Los Angeles. 400,000 trees. De ciduous fruit and nut trees a specialty. Write for price list. A. YARN ELI , propr. Largest stock of trees In the West. Eucalyptus, Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc. I alms, shrubs jind fruit trees of ev ery description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona or ders Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. E. Saint, Prop., 4r;M Pasadena Ave nue, Los Angeles, aCliforriia. 3ANATORIUMS. PRIVATR HOME for 1 idles during con finement. I -'est of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith, 7-7 Helle vue Ave. T:I.LARD PTLMONAUY SANATOR IUM, Pasadena, Cal., Dr. W. II. Ballard, Medical Director. Write for Booklet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 126 S.. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1012. TTome Tel. 1042 PATENTS. PATENTS, Copyrights, trade-marks, Lahels, U. S. and EorHirn. Infrineement suits prosecuted and defended. Townser.d liros., Bradhury hlk.. Los Anireles, Cal. PATENTS Hazard & llarpham, Los Angelefa. Send for free book on patents. m Jmmi Money to Loan at Low Rates For building or on Improved city property. Slata Mutoai BaiMlng & Loan Association Of IiOs Angelas, Cal. If von vnnt n lo.vn c ill on our agents, E K. P4SCOE. 110 N Center St., Phoe;;lx. J.' ERNEST ALICER. Phoenix. VV. J. MURPHY I Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West dams Street. Fifielt! & Gallagher GENERAL CQSTRACTOHo " AND SUPERINTENDENTS liuilw ruriilph.d Koomr ll-li-l O'Netl'. Building-'. O. fco old. J'hotniT. ArmTift. Jem Vlfteld Oeo. H. Gallirher You MustiStop for a warm i'9om and qtsiet night's rest... The Williams House, Honey to Loan .ON.... REAL ESTATE OR ON GOOD CHATTEL MORTGAGES R. H. GREENE, 4.2 N. Center St. celt's Sanlal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation or Catarrh of the W.uti Jor and Disease.! Kidneys. No cure no pav. Cures quickly nud Perma nently the worst ca--n cf Gonorrhoea and Gleet, n v. . matter ot how lon stand- inft. Absolutely liarni ess Sold by drugxists. Pnc $!.(). or bv mail, postpaid. i . boxes 2.75. 'Tuc ctiiTM.ccreivr'i UEU-tFONTAlMi. OH'U. ELVKi & IIULETT, AGENTS. Pacific System. Second to Nona QUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO 3Y ! ' 16 HOURS. The Golden State Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25tli. Only 02 hours to Chicago by Southern Pacific and Rock Island routes. Superb service. Make Your reservations Early. Full particulars at City Ticket Office. 22 N. Center Street, Phoenix, ! Arizona. M. 0. BiCKNELL, Agt. MKBaMmufflaa iStaidarci Iron Works Foundry and Machine WorKs. CASTINGS IN IRON AND BRASS. Machinery Built and Repaired, ENGINES, BOILERS, PUMPS, SHAFTING, HANGERS, PULLEYS, Etc , Carried in Stock. TrffSr1 PHOENIX, ARIZ. MACHINE WORKS. KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete outfit of tools for roboring Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. Firft class work guaranteed. Second hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red Cor Second end Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. PRESCOTT iilSiNESS I'IRMS; f-fotel Btar&e ' AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 103 rooms. All modern conveniences. A fitrietly fiist-vlass and modern hoteL Sample rooms for commercial men. tv,H,-H',HMH,'H,,rW-i,,l Tho Bashford - Gurmister Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Mcpchandici Prescott. Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE. WE DO A BIG BUSINESS, BT CAN DO MOKE. i When in Prescott it will please us to have you call and get acquainted. ..4..:.4..I..i....M..1.4"H"l4. THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Str'ctly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rcoms in th southwest CROW, SMI I II & ULLOiLK, Proprietors. THE HOFFMAN tVrRYIUlsr, MHST PASS Michlob Beer on Draught HIRSCtttFiD PFRKINS & OiKbON tfj Proprietors pj ! ....THE PALACE.... I I HlRSCIiflLD i PtRKIMS, Prop. V : : : linnorted nd Domestic Wine : Liquors and Cigars FlioenlT - Anion '1- -. :-:-:::-:-:"Kx-X"Xwx-4- jwl am STABLCS One block north of Hotel Adam on North Cente-r Street. Nobby turnouts. , f afll, ppedy stock. j 1 j -i nrnwnr s. rn u. l. uluiiwi Good Turnouts. Good Saddle Horses. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY fND SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0HLN, Proprietor. Tel. Black 513. 19 E. Jefferson St. ft 1 r. ! THE OILED ROUTE" A Railroad Par Excellence; SMOKELESS ENGINES DUSTLESS ROADBEDS WINGLESS FLYERS PEERLESS MEALS FAULTLESS - EQUIPMENT Hot Hew Cheap, But How Fast and Good L. H. LAND1S, General Agent, Phoenix.