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THE AKIZOXA EEPUIJIilOAN THURSDAY SIOBKIKG, JUL! 19, 1900
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day In the Ysar bj THE Arizona Publishing Co GEO. W. VICKERS. Trem. and Qen. Mgr. Exclusive Dispatches. Uormnr associated Press The only Perfecting Frew In Arisona The only battery of Linotype In Arizona. Publication office? 36-88 Eaat Adama street. Telephone Main 47. Kntered at the postofflce at Phoenix. Arisona, aa mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By . mall, dally, one year W.00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash la advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month '5 eta UNIONLLAfcjEL PHOENIX, ARIZONA, JULY 19, 1906. Don't leave the city for mountain or beach without having The Repub lican accompany you. It will be a long daily letter from home. You will be lonesome without it. A THIRTY-CENT BRIBE. "The Eagle" of Santa Fe, one of the New Mexican newspapers which is not enamored of joint statehood, regards the $5,000,000 provided by the Hamilton bill for the schools of Arizona as a dis gracefully small bribe, even if It were to be given outright. "The Eagle" points out that there would be a popu lation of not less th-n 500,000 in the proposed state. This bribe would thus amount to $10 apiece. But It is not to be given outright, but to be "held Inviolable and invested by said state in trust for the use and benefit of said schools." "The Eagle figures that the interest on this trust fund could not exceed three per cent, yielding annually thirty cents for each man, woman and child in "Arizona the Great." This per capita would, of course, lessen with the growing popu lation which the Jolntlsts assure us would certainly ensue. "The Eagle," on this financial show ing, says: "There has been a good deal of bribery In elections in New Mexico, but, if we mistake not, no thirty-cent bribes will go In this territory this year." Some of the Jointl3ts of Arizona have been trying to delude their neighbors into believing that this $5,000,000 would forever relieve the inhabitants of this territory of any further taxation for school purposes. We have already shown how Inconsequential an Item It would be bo far as the western part of the proposed state is concerned, since the greater part of the revenue derived from the fund would necessarily be ap plied to the establishment and mainte nance of the New Mexico school system. There were. In 1900, In Arizona and New Mexico, about 47,000 persons actu ally attending school. Of these, 18,000 were in Arizona and 29,000 In New Mexico. The number of persons of school age was naturally greater. The number now, based upon estimates of the Increase of population since 1900, Is probably not far from 75,000. So, If the revenue from the Interest on the trust fund was equally divided, each pupil would annually draw $2. now rar this beneiicence would go toward maintaining the schools Is shown by a comparison of the amounts drawn last year by the pupils in some of the counties. In Apache the amouni per pupil was $17. That was Insuffi cient to keep the schools running more than five months. In other counties the per capita was: Santa Cruz, $21; Navajo, $22; Yavapai, $45; Coconino, 454. As our friend "The Eagle" puts It. It Is a thirty-cent bribe. THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. It might be Imagined that a Russian revolution would be hopeless In the face of an arrangement between Ger many and Austria to aid Nicholas in preserving order within his dominions. There is little doubt that Germany and Austria could overrun Russia, but whether they could prevent a success ful revolution and preserve the Roman off dynasty would depend upon the character of the revolutionists and conditions yet to be developed within the empire. It will be recalled that the French revolution was successful against ap parently greater odds. That is, the odds were apparently greater If we as sume that a considerable part of the Russian army will take sides with the revolutionists. The French army at the outbreak of the revolution was In a state of dis organization, as It had been since the latter years of the reign of Louis XV. Then, early the revolution there was committed the apparently fatal mistake of declaring war against Prussia, Austria and Great Britain. The army sent against these foes was inefficient, and tho generals were for the most part weak and un faithful. Defeat after defeat only added to the frenzy of the revolutionists and drove them to excesses. Then there a rope rebellions within France ami the In vaders were marching upon Paris. A call for 300.000 men was promptly an swered and the reorganization of the army was begun amid counter revo lutions; revolutions within revolu tion, and wilder excesses among the revolutionists. There was, though, a definite notion that France must be saved and that the revolution must i succeed. Pichegru won the first great j battle against the Austrians and Prus- j sians, and shortly the invaders were ! f.wept beyond the frontier. It is yet to be seen whether the Rus sian revolution possesses the qualities and spirit of the movement which revo lutionized France. History does not repeat itself with sufficient regularity to permit a prognostication that certain things will come to pass because other! things were evolved out of apparently similar conditions. The repetitions of history are usually accidental. HOW IT WAS DONE. Delegate Andrews, in a letter to the Albuquerque Citizen, jubilantly tells how he got the appropriation. The outlook was dark. The house and sen ate committees had jointly resolved that the territories should have noth ing but joint statehood. There was no opening In the house, where the door is barred by rules, but, as Mr. Andrews writes, "the senate don't have any rules, so we thought there was a good show of getting It (the special appro priation bill) In there. It was offered by Senator Penrose, but, as the dele gate mournfully relates, 'it was licked out of Its boots' because each fellow had his own pie to look after, so It looked' pretty smoky." The delegate concludes the story in the- following exuberant and service able English: "Finally it got into the senate Friday night, about 11:43, on a disagreement of the conferees, and old Penrose of fered a concurrent resolution at 11:45 Friday night, and it went through unanimously. I rushed over to the house, told the speaker It was coming over, and he held the house open until it got In, and we passed the word along the line, and by hokey. It got through. If there had been one objection raised it would have been beaten. Of course, it went to the conferees and was put into the bill which was signed by the president before congress adjourned." The Arizona Star has constituted It self the guardian of the policies of the national republican party, one of which it declares to be Joint statehood. It Is getting ready to expel from the ranks ail who neglect this cardinal principle of republicanism. The Las Vegas Optic Is of the opin ion that federal officials who are un willing to stultify themselves In favor of jointure should gracefully retire. We see no reason why an armistice was necessary to the taking up of peace negotiations !n Central America. They never had one before. General Humidity and Colonel Tem perature Joined forces in the assault yesterday in contravention of all rules of fair play. THOUGHTFUL. "Are you sure the sick man wanted me?" asked the physician, reaching for his hat. "He didn't mention your name, but he's sereamin' for someone that'll put him out of his misery, and I thought of you right away." BONDS City of Cleveland, Ohio, 4s Price and particulars upon application. A.B. LEACH & CO FORMERLY FARSON, LEACH & CO NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA WATERMELONS CANTALOUPES BY THE TONS IN STORAGE. COLD Fine, large watermelons, red ripe. The finest In the world. Order at once; they will surely satisfy. The biggest watermelons at the smallest prices in cold storage. S.J.TRIBOLET, z zo-zz6 E.WASHINGTON ST. Phone Main 6. Wholesale. Retail. . I ... 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Washington Street CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT P. 0. BOX 864 PHONE BED 494 PHOENIX. ARIZONA THE HUMBOLDT, BUYERS OF Gold, Silver, and Ores and WORKSi Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near Prescott. OFFICES; Prescott National Bank Building, Prescott, Arizona. Empire Building, New York. CHARLES E. FINNEY, Vice President and General Manager. EWARD W. BROOKS, Ore Purchasing Agent. Office, Phoenix, Ariz. A BEAUTIFUL RING For yourself or for your friend pleasure every day In the year, for iook over our large stock of most CEO. H. COOK, Phone Pierce Wheels Buggy Tires Repairing by thorough mechanics The Phoenix Cycle Co. Phone Red 524 22 W. Adams One Acre of Ground AND A 4-Room House Inside city limits, of town; all for In north part ti SI300-00 Half cash, on balance. Your own payments Greene & Griffin REAL ESTATE 42 N. Center St. Money to loan, on liberal terms. Farmers, Miners, Prospectors. Get the best staple gr cerles tit th lowest prices. We have a large and well assorted stock of groceries that's why our store la so busy all the time. The finest TEAS and COF FEES. Buy Griebel's Groceries. Frank Griebel's 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. B. T. GILLETT Merchant Tailor 17 W. Adams St., rhoenlr, Ariz. An extensive stock of foreign and domestic good3 constantly on hand. Special attention given to Dress Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed. ARIZONA Copper Copper Mattes. is everlasting, years. Come A source of great into our store and beautiful rings. Jeweler. Red 1284. Phoenix. M J Easterling&Wiiitney Undertakers Succeiion to A. J. BRADLEY. 216 W. Washington St. Phone Main 2. Lady attendant. as It's worth much more than the have a pinno when your friends tar-- Very Highest Grade ID 1 ANO For Purchase It costs nothing to drop In and look them over. The Wiley B. Allen Company 9-11 East St. Louis in 55 hrs. 10 min. 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For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sing's new Ameri can Kitchen. 33 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. ic vnn nrciDc rn pt ri fam t A TRIAL. f. &e ENGLISH KITCHEN $ Our coolc, Charlie, does all his own dairy pastry. Meals served in pri- 4. vate rooms, extra CHARLIE & QUONG, Props., 25 and The California Restaurant Gloves Harness Saddles AT WHOLESALE PRICES ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. Phone Black 1492. 45 N. Center St., Phoenix WE DONT THROW DIRT BUT PROPERTY WITH US AND LETS W H; Ward & Company No. 9 West Adams Street. Phone 7-11 Black. List you "LIFE BY EASY STAGES." MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. MESA, ROOSEVELT, Daily Except Sunday. Leave 6:00 a. m. Mesa Leave 6:00 a. m. Roosevelt Arrives at Globe following day at 4 p. m. During week of Territorial fair. Phoenix, Roosevelt to Mesa. We are prepared to handle slow write for rates. General Office: Mesa. Arizona, from Chicago or St. Louis to New Tor k equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall s, Berkshire hills. ROSS C. CLINE, P. C. P Agent. small summer prices wi are asking to call. or to Rent E. N. JENKINS. Manager. P. C. PADDOCK. Ass't Man. Washington St. COME IN AND SE U!. & ELEC. CO. AND JEFFERSON ST. 4th. Piano, Prof. Elmer A-i Cultuie, Mrs. May French uuni psdmp Fnnn r.iVF us : line, by Quong. .j, 27, N. First St. Phone Red 143. 33 North First Ave, Phoenix, - - Arizona WE SELL IT. LIST YOUR "GET BUSY." Feal Estate, Insurance anJ Brokerage PHOENIX, ARIZ. Property With Us. GLOBE. S:45 p.m. arrive -4: SO p. m. arrive rate $10 round trls, and fast freight In any quantity. Pollw the In arranging for your trip east, ask agent to route you via . WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. and New England points. Moderv Mohawk Valley. Hudson River and . L03 ANGELES, Cal. REMEMBER I Am Opened Up For Business and I want to keep all the friends I now have and want to make many more, so If you have second-hand goods to sell, let me know it. I pay good prices for good goods. C. a. MftSSIE 32-34 W. 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