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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA.TUESITaY, JANUARY 26, 1886.
Daily Tombstonk Epitaph AND COOUISK CoUNXV Rfc'COIID. soMcumox ruci: all(DuTered by carrier, ) SScentape week Daily one year i.'na illy, six month,.. J- illy, three months .. Entered In the Tombstone Foatofflco us .ocond olsts JUtter J. O. DUNBAtt. KiHtw- & VvT' fr'i-emout Htreet, Opposite City Hall, To nbitone. CoohUd County, Arizona. 8ITY AND CDUHTY OFFICIAL PAPER One hundred shares of Peer slock were sold on the Pacific board one day last week, at five cents a share. In writing a panegyric on that recently defunct paper, the Tucson Times, the editor of the Yuma Sentinel takes oc casion to read his brother Arizoha editors a lesson, on the lack of dignity displayed in their editorials. In the course of the dissertation the writer twice spells "too" with one "o." This is probably an ex ample of dignified language. Further down in the colujnn, is a short editorial conied bo lilv from the EPITAPH, without credit. Probably unother example of ' the new departure in dignified jour nalism. It is said that the second olumeof James G. Blaine's great book presents unanswerable arguments in f.wor of the unlimited coinage of silver. When any great public questions are at issue Maine's gallant chieftain can always be found upon the side of justice and right. When the Chinese question was before congress for its action, none did such valliant ' services in its behalf as the Illumed Knight, from the pine tree stnte. Again, when the rights of the laboring masses are endangered by the gold friends of New York, behold once more the man from Maine, championing their cause. Now turn to the pet of Wall dttreet thogieal reform candidate the successjul rivnl of James G. Blaine, Grover Cleveland, .and cornparo them. "The working man's friend," Blaine, in def-at, Cleveland in the white Ivuse. Blaine with the clarion voice of a free man, speaks boldly for the riglits of humanity. The unwarped, unbiased mind ot this great statesman reacts out to every portion of this great union, and in tones which cannot be ignored, de mands that silver, the currency of this great country, shall have unlimited sway. Cleveland, whose mind and judgement are both swayed and moulded iu the interests of the New York bankers, prostitutes tliis great office in the interest of these sharks, and with unpardonable effrontery, asks the Americans lostop the coinage of ilver! Stop the greatest of America's industry; clog the wheels of the great southwest, that a few New York bankers may profit thereby! One dancing to the tune of Wall street, the o her with heart and brain valiantly laboring In behalf of the working masses of the land,"Erie county's ex-sheriff" and Maine's gallant statesman. The.City of the Near Future is almost deserted, and, in a couple of weeks, there will probably not he a dozen people t Quijotoa. An appeal lias been pub lished in the Tucson papers for teams, to haul people and property away. Many who are unable to pay for transport, will have to foot it. The present would be a favorable opportunity to establish that steam wagon line, which the Star was advocating, a short time ago. The mill has been given a coating of fire-proof paint and the windows nailed up. The superintendent received a tele gram, a few days ago, instructing him not to run the contemplated tunnel from the west side, so that work has been completely abandoned. There is little probability that work will be resumed on these much vaunted properties. In the Locomotive and Casa Grande Chief, be longing to outside parties, there is soms good ore and some work may be done on these mines bye and bye. The collapse of those "bonanzas" is no surprise to any who have taken pains to inform themselves, as it has been an open secret, for a long time, that the company had foti'ul nothing in their tunnels, the little ore On the surfice, upon which the mines were sold, not extending below a depth of twenty feet. It wa, in fact as Jim Fair siid, when he was at Quijotoa eighteen months ago, "a scab on top of the mountain." The mines never be longed to the Bonanza firm. th y merely advancing money to work them, n security of the stock. Ttiey sold out there interest some time go, which ac counts for the rapid manner in which the stock fell, in tha face of ore ship ments. There are still a few credulous individuals, who believe that the cessa tion of work is merely a trick, for the purpose of bearing the stock. The faith of such persons is very great. The Quijotoa excitement will pass into history as the most disastrous mining en terprise which has 'yet been visited on thd people of Arizona, although it is not probable that the insiders have lost any thing. Should the public take the lesson to heart and pay more attention to legi brinate mining for mineral than to great paper schemes the effect will not have been altogether bad. TELEGRAPHIC. Proposed Impeachment of Sec. Manning. General Crook Talks tea Newspaper Man. Cajeme Forbids Travel Over the Yanui Land. German Agriculture in Favor of Sliver Coinage. I'arnell's Mother Lying: t the Point of Death, 'ASSOCIATED FHESSDISPATCHES Detpriumcit 'niul. Special Dltpatch to the Evitii'ii.U Guaymas, (Mex.), January 25. Ca jeme publishes an order forbidding travel over the territory claimed by the In dians. None are permitted entrance or exit from the Yaqui valley. The twelfth, seventeenth and twenty-first batalions of Mexican infantry are reported as coming to Sonora. General M.iriinez comes over land, via Alamos. ''rook TnlU.s. Special (Hup jtch to Ihu KnTii'u:) Aluuquerque, Jan. 25. Gen Crook has been slopping here for several days. In the course of an interview with a repsrter of the Journal, the General said that the change nf department head quarters from Prescott to Albuquerque, should it be made, would be very much liked, not only among the officers, but j.mong all who are compelled from the nature of their business in connection with the department to reside where it makes its headquarters. He himself would appiove of it. Referring to the Indian war he said: I think I am safe in saying that at present there are no hostiles in either 1 I " New Mexico or Arizona. From last ad vices I am led to believe that all who are now' on the warpath are in either Chihuahua or Sonora, provinces of old Mexico, and they are being pursued as hotly as is possible by the troops. In conclusion he remarked that,to thorough ly guard the country where the Indians range, would require more troops than there are in the army. Talk ot Impeaching nanulnc Washington, Ian. 25. It is expected that the bill to suspend the free coinage of silver will be defeated in the house by at least one hundred majority. There is considerable loose talk in the house sibout bringing uticles of impeachment against Secretary Manning, for resisting the laws of congress. Parnell'8 Mother Sick. New York, Jan. 23. Mrs. Delia S, Parnell, the mother of the celebrated Irish agitator and home rule advocate, lies in a very precarious condition, and there are but slight hopes of her recovery. Mrs. Parnell, who is now approaching her eightieth year, has been ailing for a long time, but it now appears as though her long and useful life had well high reached its end. Her death is looked for at any moment. Hllverln IJoriuany. Berlin, Jan. 25. The board of agri culture has sent to Bismarck a resolution advising that the world is suffering from a depreciation of silver. Extraordinary measures should be resorted to with a view to raising the price of that metal. Germany, says the resolution, should do her utmost to accomplish that end. The government, it is suggested, should negotiate with England with a view of inducing that country to join with Ger many in the coinage of silver of the full value, and other countries to join in the unlimited coinage of silver. l'oor Outlook for Ireland Dublin, Jan. 25. The impression has gained ground here since the deliv ery of the queen's speech at the opening of parliament, that the speech actually outlined Salisbury's policy in relation to the Irish question, and that it was plain that Ireland could expect nothing from the conservatives but an increase of the oppression from which it was now a suf ferer, and not the least alleviation from the measures in vogue in the past. It was hinted that all the sympathy ex pressed by the queen in her speech was for the benefit of the "poor, down trod- den landlord.'' 'this undoubtedly will have the effect of increasing coercion in stead of decreasing it, and this loo with out the least regard for the plainly spoken threats contained in the ever memorable speech. Beporteil nusensloii UcnliMl. New York, Jan. 25. The Chicago. Herald lately printed a dispatch from New York, in which the New York Grant Monument committee was represented as being in a deplorable condition, its members disheartened and wrangling among themselves, and some of them so angry at the hot words said in committee discussions that they refused to attend the meetings. The origin of the trouble was the remissness of the members pay ing the large sums to which they had pledged themselves. Concerning this, Mayor Grace said yesterday he had heard nothing whatever to warrant these statements. The last time he attended a meeting of the committeee he found them sanguine and anticipating rapid progress as soon as the legislature passes the special act of incorporation, which has been asked, and which has already got through the lower house. As to the dissensions spoken of he had not heard a hint of such thing. Ex-Gov. Cornell said the story was proposterous. The committee has already raised $114,000. He had not heard a heated word spoken in any meeting, and had not heard of any being spoken. Within a month, members of the committee had subscri bed $1,500, and he knew of large sums pledged by members which had not been paid or about which there was not the remotest ill-feeling because of non-payment. D. HENDERSON, BanKer, TUCSON, ARIZONA. Will pay the highest price for COCHISE COUNTY WARRANTS. Corres pond with him befoie selling. Collection I'roiuptly Attended to. CORRESPONDENTS: J. W. Seligman & Co New Y01 k Anglo Californian Bank. ...London, England and San Francisco, Cal. Merchants' Loan & Trust Com pany Chicago Massachussets National Bank Boston Bank ov Commerce St. Louis Seligman & Stettheimer Frankfort on Main, Germany Altman & Stettheimer Berlin, Germany Seligman, Freres & Co....Paris, France D. HENDERSON, Tucson ----- Arizona. THE DELMONICO, Nogales, A. T. T. J. Cunningham Proprietor Miss Nellie Cashman Manager This Hotel has been thoroughly re novated. The best table in the territory. Clean and com fortable beds. Bar supplied with the flneit Liquors and Cigara. Cosmopolitan Hotel, NOGALES, A. T. This Hotol contains all the latest improvements to make it com fortable and guests will be accommodated on the American or European Plan. Headquarters for Business Men and Commercial Travelers. The Bar is supplied with the finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Lliery Stable In connection with the Ileum . SWAN P. NELSON, Proprietor. & DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Custom House Brokers and Commission Merchants Cuttom Home pop i midomit with lu'tluecv and dlspitcli at leanonnlilo Bumce. Good Meals and Lodgings. FEED STATION. One ch'yV dritefrom T.mib.tria', givlnft ample time to to traneact bniiuces with the Cnttem Hono. MARKS WELL 1843. TH BEST THE MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW -A-ssets RICHARD A, McCURDY, President. J, V. VICKERS Agent. IT The Oldest, Largest, AND CHEAPEST In which to insure, its large dividend returns reducing the cost of insurance below that of "any other Company. It is the best Company in which to insure, as it combines all the advantages of age, large and select membership, financial strength, absolute security, and the. cheapest insurance that is honestly possible under any contract which has a definite value to the beneficiary. Its new policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company. It places no restrictions upon TRAVEL, OCCUPATION or RESIDENCE, after being two years in force. 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Everyone says so. Not even Germany, the home of good Beer, can show so magnificent a beverage. Always Fresh on Draft at My Saloon. I will also Sell it by the One-third Barrel at $7, or by the Dozen Bottles. $2.50, Terms Cash. HERMANN LEPTIEN, Sole Agent for Tombstone and Vicinity. - ' ' - .-.. -I., ....,-. .I.. ,., , . GO EAST VIA THE TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY, The Shortest Route From El Paso to Galveston, New Orleans, St.. Louis, and ALL EASTERN POINTS. Tickets for All Pointsin Europe toy All Lines Only Line Running Solid Trains Through From Deming to St. Louis. I'asseugers will receive Information as to sailing of stemera by applying to the Traveling Pusenger Agent of the Company nt the Texas & Pacific office, under the Central Hotel. Solid trains run through to St. Louis with Pullman buflett cars. Through ' sleeping cars to New Orleans. Rates as Low as Any Other Line. E. Shei-haiid, Agent, El Paso. J. A. Wilson, Trav. Freigu & Pats. Agt., El Paso D. Y . McCtjiaoch. 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