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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, DECEMIIEUIC, lS8i
Till: K1U11 AXI Till; 1'OOU.
It U gonornlly recognized that tho
greatest evil of modern times is the
wneontration, or centralization, of
wealth; tho war of the monopoly
against tho poopl3,and tho rich against
.n n . T fl inAllin ( linnn 41, to piili.
niu uvui AH utiuiiiti u;ivu tuia auu'
joct, tho Silt Lake Tribuuo draws
t!u following pictures in its usual
griphio stylo. It is a description of
part of the decorations of a million'-
aire's houso in Now York:
"At ono ol tho doors of a dining-room
hu'igs a porlicro of silver cloth, decorated
intjpustry stitch with festoons of fruits
and llowcrs, appropriately suggestive to
tiio owner 01 tno abundance, loriuni.oi
Hie goou tilings ot lite. A .European altar
to tlio persuasiveness ot tuo
amr, It3 aitar-ciotns lor tno
luo portal, scroll worK in
ulusli, anil designs ot tlio
witu bands and iringes
gught by pious mo-
ciory or uod, uavc
fltar to servo to tuo
To near by
do not dare
lo citjThHPritics for protce-
Iliu louieW tenement bouse
r on them by their landlords.
uu tenement nouses in jncw
itaininc from four to forty
I families, to livo in many of 'which, it is ot.
I llcially declared, "is despair itself." Their
linisarablo tenants have gono so low that
rtnc next step is into the eartu nsclt. and.
Ifor fcaV of eviction from their reeking
Iquartevs, they have not tho courage to whis
per a, woru ot complaint."
No ono will pretend that whero
two audi pictures as tho foregoing
ban be dra n thero is no cause for
tpprohonsion. This is a republic;
Iho only protection that wealth has
tho forbearanco of- tho peoplo who
Iro poor. It is all well enough to say
tiat m this world all men play at tho
kmo of fortune; that tho winning
pkots aro fow, whilo tho blanks aro
lany, and that tho rich man can do
btlnng better than to build palaces,
tho building and furnishing of
urn distributes money among tho
oopror Up to a certain point that
is truo; but it is strango that
men who hayo more money than thoy
can use do not seek to leavo to their
children protection U3 well an wealth.
It oosts about $30,000,000 annually
lio support tho government of tho
Kity of Now York. A mighty quota
I of that amount goes to pay for poorly
protecting society against criminals.
f-ui. .'s' - -i,nt a million por
huiiium could bo spared to clear out
'those dreadful tcnoment houses, to
send thoir inmates to tho. cheap lands
of tho west, and to make homes for
henmiefo; -before a doeadc passed
way thoro would bo a reduction of
laillions in tlo expenses, whilo tho
pcreased security could not bo csti-
lated. bupposo a man's wealth rav-
bhos tho famous galleries of tho old
id and bears away their choicest
lorksof art; suppose it stretches out
is tentacles and draws from tlm
tttar its sacred cloth; suppose for
tho looms of tho old world
ircavo their most delicato fabrics,
luul tho most skillod artisans exhaust
Rhoir talent in making of a hoo a
Ipalaee: Does it bring .i.y proto
Ition to tho luckv --vnor? Sup;
iicui uj niero ift $5i"vni ujj ivarjnt.
Iieartcd hoyj who nover has onough
I'oat, or sufficient clothes to wear,
ajnAX-vorst aUI, ho sees his father's
litfart break under his troubles and
his mother's faco grow paler and
sadder daily until there comes a day
when her poor worn-out framo in a
I pauper's coffin is carried to Potter's
field; what is to keop tho blood in
that boy's heart from turning to gall,
Mid what is to prevent him from con-
J eluding that thero is moroy neither
in heaven nor on earth, and that to
bscomo an outlaw is simple justice?
And when cities expand until their
Imputation reaches hundreds of thou-
"sands; when the whole tondonov of
.noderu" times is to increaso tho
palacos with thoir, splendor and to
thiokon tho droadful tenement houses
whioh festor in thoir shadow, who
says the poaoo of tho future is
SUKi: TO C031K.
Throughout tho oast tho anti-
monopoly movement is gathering
trength, as oaoh daj reveals some
now onormity on the part of corpor
ations as against the people. In our
eastern exchangos wo learn that some
prominent merchants of St. Louis aro
oraranizinfr in behalf of a movement
that must soon becomo gcnoral.
They' proposo a freight bureau lor
tho purpose of influencing railroad
companies in the matter of cheap and
uniform rates. Let tho companios
bo wise in timo aud como gracefully
ivii to a reform that will otherwiso
be domauded in duo season in un
mistakable terms. Thoir piixitu
differences with ono another, aud
, thfijprivatc interests as managers of
properties in. which, every man is
i i imiiXxafflMlMir? vr
and tho democratio paity will tuko
the broad ground for tho rights of
tho mass against tho tyranny
of tho few. Thero is room for
but ono great monoply in this
country, and that is a monopoly
whose main business it shall be to
establish justico and fair play. In a
short timo tlfo pooplo of this terri
tory, and in faot tho great southwest,
will mako similar demands, and tho
peoplo will look to but ono party for
relief tho democratic
Any ono who has traveled much
in Arizona has bcon at times con
sidorably disturbed by the yelping,
whining, and when darkness covers
all with its protecting shield, thosav
,ago barking of tho thieving, cowardly
coyote. Ordinarly, little or no atten
tion is paid to this mostcontomptihle
and worthless of animals It is con
sidered a common nuisance, and is
not interfered with oxcopt, when era
boldenod by non-iutcrfcrcnce, it mis
takes tho contempt in which i is
held for fear and pokes its snes iing
nose within the boundaries of . the
camp and attempts to steal a bone or
a bit of bacon rind to appease its
ravonous appetite On su.h occa
sions a shout from a pai. of lusty
lungs or a random shot in the air
sonds tho midnight thief back into
tho darkness, whero, safo from
danger, it s.its on its lean and attenu
ated hauuehc snarling and howling
at its superiors. Too cowardly to
fight, too insignificant to pursue, it
roams, tho renegade of tho mesa,
despised by its own species and held
in abhorronco as tho synonym of all
that is vicious, low and despicable.
In Sunday's EriTAPii appeared a
plain, torso statement, to tho effect
that tho action of tho board of super
visors in publishing for proposals for
bids was done at the urgont advico
of thoir logal advisor, tho district
attorney. No respectable or honorable
man in this community doubted tho
truthfulness of tho Statomcnt, but a
morning contemporary says: "Wo
doubt tho statement, and will not be
prepared to believe it until Mr. Prico
corroborates it." When an honorable
man doubts tho statement of another,
ho does not call him a liar, as a black
guard would, but seeks tho authority
given for tho subject of his remarks,
aud from him ascertains its veracity.
This might have been dono without
any troublo or lnconvenince by the
manager or editor of tho paper re
ferred to had ho so desired. In
proof of this wo quc-io tho following
conversation with tho Hon. Lyttlcton
Prico, district attorney, with tho
editor of tho Epitaph: "ilr. Pnce,do
you yet adhero to your advico to tho
board of supoivisors, that their action
in advertising for proposals for bids
is legal?" Mr. Prico: "I most cer
tainly do. Without sueh an action on
. . . ... .-'
their part thero would bo tw
three weeks, at least.
.:. .i i , &$
nine uio uoaru
e tho rates al-
under existing contraots.
dviSed tho board to pursue this
course last year, but they postponed
advertising for proposals until Jan
uary. True, thoy woro not much
loser, as a majority of tho old con
traits were ronowed; but had tho
contracts been given to other bid
deis, they would havo had to pay
dearly foi thoir negligence Tho
board of supervisor, of San Francis
co, aro now doing tho samo as this
bjaid,.and thoro is no law to tho
contrary, and I think they woj)d bo
remiss in their duties if they allowed
tho present contracts tooxpiro with
out advertising for now ones. The
incoming board will have to do tho
satin) in 1881, unless tho law is
oh niged or amended by tin) legisla
tuie, an-! tho board coming in in
1SS5 will stand in exactly the samo
pobitiun as tho incoming board of
1S83. 'It is as board as it is long.' "
i "Did anyone eonneotod with tho In-
Impendent aSK your opinion on this
subject?' "No, I mot M. Hamilton
on tho stroot, but ho did not speak,
merely nodded as wo passed each
Tin: Ei'iTArn is as"
newspaper as tho
a newspaper as tho acuities,
telegraphic and othorwiso, which it
possesses and the section in which it
is locatod will permit or guarantee
Thero is not a section of country in
Now Mexico, Sonora, California, No
vad.i, Oregon or Utah but has a rep
resentation in its columns some timo
during tho week. Our telegraphic
report is equaled by fow papers in
the southwest. Every mining camp
in Arizona finds its strikes, its mines
and its progress chronicled in this
paper. No offort is left undone to
make it spicy, 'owsy, interesting and
reliable. It indulges in no person
alities, recognizing that tho differ-
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cratio, in tho other it is energetic anil
untiring in promoting tho interests
aud welfaro of Arizona, aud Cochise
county in particular. During the last
political campaign it made a vigor
ous and aggressive fight against its
opponents and nondescript rene
gades. It won the battle, aud with
out derisivo jeers or exultant cheers
it quietly resumed ,hc "even tenor
of its way," working ini a common
cause, for tho good of our country.
Had it lost, it would not have pleaded
with its victors for susteuanco; it
would not havo converted itself into
a oharity or contribution box, but
knowing it had battled in tho cause
of justico and right would havo
nailed its flag lo the masthead and
sunk with its party or sailed with
flying colors in tho opon sea of pros
perity, which now, owing to its
efforts, lies boforo it.
A VV.W ISSUES.
It is true that congress has not
been convened for any length of
time, but so far they appear to bo
laying on thoir oars. It looks as
though tho republicans have not ro
covoicd from tho surprise adminis
tered to them through tho last elec
tion, and tho democrats aro calmly
awaiting to claim judgment upon
some error which their opponents
may make. There aro some very live
issues which either party may con
sider without detriment to them
selves and much benefit to the people.
Among them we may mention that
tho government has too much spend
ing money, and too much of that sort
of thing invites corruption. The taxes
are so heavy that capital is embar
rassed and cannot be as generous
with labor as it would like. The
prices of tho necessaries of life aro
absurdly high, through tho rule of
the monopolists, notwithstanding the
fact that labor is cheap. 1 he monpo
lists control the market, and the taxes
control such small capitalists and
business men as havo not that power.
Small capital and largo work are
thereby embarrassed to the last do
grco, and this notwithstanding the
fact, as pointed out in tho president's
message and the accompanying docu
ments, that thero have been good
crops, largo business, and on the sur
face an apparent abundance of pros
perity. Too little attention has been
and is yot being paid to the growing
interests of tho territories especially
Arizona. We want increased mail
facilities, appropriations for the sur
yey of thousands of acros of public
land, appxopriions (or the sinking
of artesian wellL the culture of trees,
and above all, rRj passage of tho Re
gan railroad bill -eventing discrimin
ation in rates. These are a few points
which congress should take up with
out delay. There is not a man in the'
country who is not interested in
.them, and his family along with him.
iThoy touch every person and every
vAV-l..V i.t w.WMei'-T?"
..-- HVJ1( .1 . V" .' . -W. J-
which ho pays a merited rebuke to
our present system of reservations,
inferring that when the Indians are
closely pushed in Mexico they inva
riably take rofugo across tho border
in our reservations, thereby furnish
ing themsolves with a sure place of
safety. It is an establishad fact that
in caso of an uprisiug of tho savages
in this territory they, after committing
a series of depredations, cross the
lino either into Sonora or Chihuahua,
where they rob and murder tho peo
ple, ami when closely pursued again
rcoross the lino and mako for the res
ervations, where thoy aro clothed and
fed, putting them in shape for an
othor sortie. If we were to adopt
tho sjstem of shooting tho ringlead
ors of theso savage desporadoos as
soon as thoy returned from their trip
of rapine aud murder, in a short timo
thoy would becomo so thoroughly in
timidated aud subjected that thoy
would not mako many other excur
sions. The following,carofully condensed,
shows the opinions of tho leading pa-
pors regarding the president's lato
mossago: Herald: "An admirable,
clear and business-like stato paper."
Sun: "Made in the interest of honest
and economical government." World:
"Ho, Presidont Arthur, looks at pub
lic questions with the eyes of an in
telligent and public-spirited man; he
proposes to deal with them in tho
spirit of a time-serving politician."
Star: "Shows that ho has heard of
tho recent elections in the country
and understands thoir meaning." Tri
bune: "A creditable document. His
sentiments aro admirable. If he had
conducted his administration in ac
cordance with them the party would
not bo staggering under an adverse
majority of nearly 200,000. Ho has
always talked well." The Tribune
lilts tho nail on the
always talked well."
head, "ho has
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BhlBI &S KWZIJLLZLL-. Jl-L-2 iHlL-f J t-C ". M
Tin: difficulty attending the pro
curing of a jury for the pending Stu
Routc trial is rather a sinking com
mentary on tho situation of afLdrs in
Washington. It is alleged that ic
putablo men, as a rule, aro unwilling
to servo because of tho unpleasant
prominenco it will give them and tho
suspicion it will place them under,
whilo tho avoragc haberdasher does
not want to servo because, whatever
the verdict may bo, his business is
likely to be hurt by it. If ho votes
for acquittal ho will lose trado, be
cause ho will bo regarded as bribed;
and if ho votes for conviction, ho will
be shunned by the numerous friends
of tho criminals, and be abuse 1 bo
sides by tho Star-Route newspapers.
Therefore, every Eort of oxeuso is
made Use of to escape serving. But
the jury is slowly being made up,
nevertheless, and confidence is ex
pressed that it will be an honest one.
If such is tho case, lln feat on the
part of the court will bo regarded as
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Importers and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
OUR SFKINO STOCK IS NOW OPEN AND COMPKISEi COMPLETE LINES OF PRINTS
Ginghams, Dress Oocd, Cashmeres, Mourning (foods, UUter Cloths, Silks, Velvets,
Tilminlngs, bhawl. Domestic Goods, White Goods, Psr.isols, Hosiery, Merino
. , Underwear, Uibbuus, Laces, Neck Weir, Gloves, Fancy Goods, Sc.
a aro also agents for the celebrat d roster Glows, and for the benefit of parties wishing to order
them wo glo the prices: 0 hooks $1, 7 hooks, $2.35, 15 hooks, In white and open shades only, $8.50.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. Samples sent on application.
DOANE & HENHELWOOP,
Kearney Htrc'ct, Corner Sutter, myBtf . San Francisco, California
F. S- Chadbourne & Co.
735 MARKET STKEET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Desire to Inform tha Public that Their Stock of
WAS NEVER SIOKE COMPLETE THAN AT TRESENT. OUR WAREHOOMS ARE FILL
edwithamostomplctoassortenintof K1NE, MEDIU,M and LOW PRICED FURNITURE, and
which is both Bowtllul and Artistic. Our Designs are new, and none but the Best Workmanship la
allowed to leave oir Salesrooms. Hotels ard private residences furnished. Designs submitted and
Estimates given. Pioprietois of Interior and Seashore resorts will find a very extensive assortment
at special prices. Intending purchasirs will consult their own Interests by thoroughly inspecting
our stock beforo purcha.-iag.
P. S. CHADBOURNE & CO.,
No. 735 Market Street,
coitxr.n TJimn st. ai siaiukx i,a.m:. vuma.
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED
TO MY STOCK OF
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
.FANCY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES & EVERY VARIETY OF
Gents' and Ladies' Wear,
I Have Everything m the Shape of
Hardware, Guns, Pistols, Cartridges. Powder, Etc,. Etc
THU LARGEST AXD OXLY C03IPLETE TYPE FOEXDBY ASD MUXTESS' WARE
HOUSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST.
205 &207 Leidesdorff, and 529 Commercial Streets,
CH!Cltf oa?ol,bTnc7 flAN FIIAKCISCO, CAL.
Wa Ixosp ,n haua tho Iirccrt Stoctt of Asisrlcsn l'arcr Tit-o ovarcr-ct on
tb!o Coast, tafcotijr vnt: u. comploto stoci cf liilllcr C& Jtlct-irci'.-! Scctd Typo, tcJ
can rarr.tzli at a aissout'ii r.ctlco cnytuinc in tbo "i tutors' lino from & botSLiu a t,. i
avunan Z'rcsz. va Savo e. vary iarso EtocSc or Kovr aaa Scccad-hiai IMrlnj
rrsi.sc3 o all nr.'.rca ansl lisaz. Wo aro eoio agoats for, auU ttcp la iloc, Ccuits'J
CvllaJor rrsst.113, Cottroa &. S3tcoclc ditto, also Paerloss, Clipper, Jcoel, Gordon and
Weebtncton Jcbbcn, Waabinirton Hand Presses, new Buster Stoam Engines (Jut
tto ttinc tar printers), Tuerk Water Motors, Com Paper Cutters and it full Una o'
Sar.iom'n DooUMndcrs' Stacbinory. Our Fidelity Roller Composition abd ?oario3s
PflctIi.(T Zaks aro considered tbo best in use. Havo you used our Perfection plktexV
Tbcy savo ccUtorial work and composition, and tboroforo cava monoy. Send ur our
BEHFJIBEU-ri'o Honsc on this Coast can compete with ns In Quality of Goods.
HAVE THE FINEST ASSORThl) STOCK OF
ON THE PACIFIC! COAST.
Tiicm uouxtiiy onn:ii iii:paiit.iikxt is in thokouoh workino ok
dcr, aud their patrons in Aiizona can rely on haln all orders filled promptly, and witu complete
balUfactioa, at the lowest pilots.
. LASBssS&l nSBsu
107, 109, 111, 113 & 115 Kearny Street, San Francisco, 'Cal.
C. DEWEtSE, Jrt.,
Moore5 Hunt & Go.,
No. 417 & 419 Market St..
Between First & Fremont Streets, San FranciscoCalifornia.
JESSE MOORE & CO.'S
? Moare.Hant & Co. Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
JESSE MOORE & CO'S
AA brand.'bbls and hf bbls, pcii gal $ 4 00
U brand, bills and hfbbls, pei roI 3 50
C brand, bbls and hf bbls.periral.i . 3 00
No. 1 brand, bbls and hf bile, per gal..... V2 50
Rye, bbls and hfbbls, per cal I50flji00
Deduction ol 23 cts pr gal on lots of 5 bis. V
AA brand In (!., 1 doz to case, ,ri to gal 1 Al
AA brand, 5 cases, 1 doz to casi 5 to gl i'OJ
A. uranu, iu cs, l uoz lo case, co
AA do pint flasks, 2 doi to case ,
A. do 5 cases, pt flasks, 2 doz io case...
C brand, 1 doz, 5 o gal
C do cases, 5logal
Smelting and Lead Company,
-n jHonigomery at. san rrancisco, uai.
HAVINO PURCHASED THE BUSINESS
ol the l'nclllc Itiillion i:.rliuiigc, we
have removed our olUce to No. 418 Montgom
ery street, where deposits of Uold and Silver wll
be received for melting and tr lying or for coin
age, as heretofore. Ores r ayed, lead bullion
purchased, also, tho III"''' st price paid for
GOLD.SILVFP AND LEAD ORES.
I.cml ric, Mlicet I.enil, Sliut, Hnr
Iron, lite. nils
lniiinrlrr and Manufacturer.
221 Montgomery Street,
Hums IIounc'ICIopU, San FranrlHco.Cal.
Keeps the Largest Stocr jf
DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY
On the PacIOc Coast. Bu)urr in the country c&u
rely on getting goods at onf prii'r, whether order
ed by express, by mall or hi person. This hnuso
by Its square dealing, ha gained the confidence of
tho country. 20 .Hontoiiu'ry Street, Sim
hf k4 r ,
San Francisco, California
SUCCESSORS TO MILLER & RIUKABO
9 bCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS,
.tf.vv'..,,, ... ,. .. jrtwyi!:
' ' i m. ' . a " fi',v ' -4 -.Tmw.i.fVU." stf
& Co., Louixillc, Ky.
II. B. HUNT,
C do lOcascs, 5toa) 800
MOORE A DANT'S.
In bond In Kcutocky, Spring of '80
do do do do do
MOORE, HUNT CO'S
Crown brind, 1 case, 5 to gal
do do 5 do do
Crown brand, 10 cases, 5 to gal
Cron brand, pints, 2doz to case,
Crown brand, 2 doz to case, 5 cases
Cron n brand, plots, 2 doz to case, 10 cam..
Anchor Ciampanc, pints, 5 doz
do do I quarts, 1 do
r r ii I tti rr. airinm ir
Galena-Silver juu Copper Ores
milE TACIFIC WATER JACKET SMELT
X ers embrace many features that aro cntlrcjy
ncu audof great iiracilcal utility, whlcn arecor
ered by letters patent.
No other furnaces can compare with these for
durability, and lu capacity for uninterrupted
MORE THAN SIXTY
Of Ihcm are now running on the Pacific Coast,
gllng rejHlts neer before obtained as regards
continuous running, economy of fuel, grade and
auality of oulllon produced. 'e arc prepared to
emonstratp by facts the claims here made.
These Smelters are shipped In a complete state,
requiring no brick or stone work, except that for
thu crucible, thus savtner irrcat exoense a d loia
of time in construction.
Complete smelting plants made to order ot any
capacity, and with all the improvements that ex
perience has suggested as aliiablc In this class f
machinery. Skilled and experienced smelters
furnished .when desired to examine mines and to
supcrmienj construction an
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