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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 August 1887

i r JP- TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887. VOL. IX No. 1. THE PERALTA CLAIM. Array of Publio Men Who Aro In terested in tho Scheme. Opinions That It Is Bolstered Up by Manufactured Testimony. (San Francisco E inline-. ) No scheme of modern limes has been supported by such an array of eminent public men, and no undertaking lias had such a vast amount of capital centralized for its success as presented in the syndi cate formed for the purpose of securing possession of the Peralta land grant of Arizona. The vesting of the title in the corporation means the loss to the Gov ernment of the Pima and Maricopa and White Mountain Indian reservations, 'containing over two million acres of land and valued at many millions of dollars. It means the dispossession of thousands of settlers who have bought the land from the Government and erected homes upon it. As the investigation proceeds it be comes a matttr of wonder that a ques tion in which the public has such a vital interest should...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 August 1887

Naw; .,.tt THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 6, 1887, V HHIr,'lwri,1!"rKr" WEEKLY EPITAPH. EEPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Street, Bot- Premont and Allen Tombstone, UoflCorinty, Arizona. Subscription, one year. .$4 CO Entered in llio TombMonp postoflke as sec ond class matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY A DISMAL OUTLOOK. The Peralta land grant which is now agitating the country, and which will, if .confirmed, sweep the settlers from the Lower San Pedro, Gila and Salt River valleys is hut ono among the many that are being manufactured to gobble up the few remaining acres of Uncle Sam's do main. The Maxwell grant in New Mex ico hs been declared valid by the high est court in the land, though laughed over and sneered at as its companion fraud, the Peraha, is now in certain quar ters. This is a day of centralization of wealth, power and brains to rob the quiet toiler and the busy home-maker out of all they possess and turn them adrift without food or shelter. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 August 1887

THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 6, j887. I MllPMlWf . .,.;goagr0rcjiggEiagBMniri , mi,,, ,,M tu-miji umu Iiunginativo Travol. I b vo no m oil of n stately ship, No fcnr tif n stululv ship, Iu chosen books I Inko in) trip With llio kuoiIIIcI inmpnnv ; Ami vvhtlhtr I ruul of Siiithuru Pkle Or thn wcnltli ot mi llmtein pint. I iiiiij'Mo the woiM thiuuiih tin nuthor't i , Jlay dwell hi ciiinjfC.coiut. Thioujrli wonderful 'ketcTi' iiooks that ho- III! I If To nn in tlt frlcnil of inlne, 1 Irtit tlio plunHiif ligriul imJ Hon? So ruinous tilomr llii' lihlnn; I bit ntho thosplilt of o!il unmmcu An I fnll tlio rJntthtiii inulii: I tic ml tl!C"ilnc-lnl Miles or IVimce, Anil look for my oiistlc i In bpitln. Thefoiitr of Veiiitlnn irondnllt in, Afttlio) irulda thcli moonlit bout, 1 seem to jcar, or tlio moiinlulncu ' Tj rol nn echo noti . 1 mnr eo too hcathd'a pin plo plutuw Ainouir tho bank mill 1mm, Or wniiiiiriihiri' tlio pilintojo bloouu Alonx tbo laigllili ways. I nook t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 August 1887

B93 DIRRAGH'S STAGE UNE. Stigc to connect with western bin id tnh lcie at 3 30 p m. nc Uco tiu.t Willi cvitern-boanl trim lcie at 3-30 p. 111. Stage tq connect with Ginjims train leaves at 730 a. 111. bttge for Charleston 1eiv;s at 7:30 a. m. B1AD3HAWS STACE LINE. Stic for Uisbcc leisei at 1 p. in. (ccept Sun ch)s. ) Lcivcs llislwe -U 6 -1, 111 OTice o5 Allen Street, under Ocudcnti Hotel. This paper Is kept on file at E. C. Dalce's Advertising Ageucy, 64 and 65 Merchants' Ex hange, San Francisco, Cal , where contracts or advertisments can be made for It. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Melcalf is summering in beauti ful Santa Btrbara. Mrs. W. V. Woodman is veiling her daughter in San Bernardino. Mrs. G. V. Cheyney and children are visiting friends in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. B. . McGrew are in from their ranch, in the Whetstones. Mrs. B. A. Packard and children are spending the summer at Olean, N. Y. Mis. M. H. Sherman is spending the summer with her parents in Utica, N. Y. Mr. H. A. Tweed,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1887

c TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1887 rf-a VOL. IX feo. 2. I TRUTHFUL WORDS. Arizona's Advantages for Live Stook, Growing Ho Disastrous Storms, Hard Wintors or Heavy Loss from Gold or Starvation. II. J. Gosper in the Los Angeles Kxprtss. In all the mesi mountain country of Arizona where water can be procured, live itock grows and fatten on the nu tritious grasses, and they'are never driven from thtir'accuitomed ranges- in search of shelter from destructive blizzards prev alent in some, of the unfavorable sections of the cattle country. No suffering of stock or losses to the owners ever occur because of coldand winter storms. The winters are dry and warm, and summers are cool with frequent showers. In the high mountain ranges much snow falls during the winter months, and in summer it melts and runs away into the springs and streams of the plains and valleys. The natural grazing grounds arc below the snow level of winter and even when the lofty mountain lops are being cover ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1887

WEEKLY EPITAPH. REPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Street, Bet. Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise Conntj, Arizona. Subscription, one ear. $4 co Entered in the Tombstone postoifice as sec ond class matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY THi: JIIMXi Ol U.OIIU. The sale of the Omega mine the past week, to M. J. Sullivan and Edward Koch, Chicago capitalists, for the insig nificant sum of $6000, shows how valu able property can be picked up here for a little money, the price being utterly at variance with the value of the mine. There are other properties here having equally as gond a showing that can be bought as cheaply. I he Contention w-.s originally sold for $10,000, and prodrced millions.. Doubtless there are other mines here that will prove to be the equal of that great bullion producer; ho vever it will require capital to prove this and when the speculative spirit of the coun try changes from land to mines, as it surely will, Tombstone will take rank as the greatest mining ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1887

THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 13, i7". BOB OMIRACH'S STAGE LIKE. Sage to connect with western-bouud train bates at 3:30 p. m. ajo toco-meet with cttcrnbaunil train 1 eaves at 3:30 p. m. Stage to connect with Guaymis train leaves at 7:30 a. m. Stage for Charleston leav;s at 7:30 a. m. B1AD3HAWS S1ACE LIME. Staje for Blslec leaves at t p. m.. (except Sun days. ) Iimc? Uisbcc at 6 a, m. v Ofhce 406 Allen Street, under Occidental Hotel. This paper Is kept on tile at E. C. Dalce's Advertising Agency, 64 and 6j Merchants' Ex hange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts or advertlsmc nts can be made for It. LETTER LIST. ' The following letters remain uncalled for in the Tuinbitoiio post-office- for the week ending August 13th, 1887: Barrcck Mrs. Lola Coleman S. S. David a V. Johnson John P. LeVan F. C. Linstrum Mrs. Kate Lynch . II' . Merica John Mitchell Tronus E. Nelson S. R. Khodiers Charles Savage W. II. Smith V. II. Sullivan John Suart M. Thorndale Herbert Wells C. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1887

THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 13, 1887. I J low He Got a "Wilt. Among tho nrrivnls nt tho Noith weitern depot yesterday tvoio n strangi looking coiijilo, tho man wealing buffalo-skin coat and tho woman along sack mado of tho sanio material, a dross trimmed with it, and shoes lined with it. Ho was perhaps foityycais of nge, but sho did not appear t bo moro than twenty-five. After looking aiound awhilo ho confided in a porter and ask ed to bo show n to a decent hotel whcio ho could stop a fow days. "Tho fact is," ho observed, "wo arc our cilding tour, and whilo I'm a bonanza man cxictly I'o cot ungh to sco this town vwtliiuul I'm going to do it." After tho porter had named over half a doron hotels au1 mado himscli othorwiso agreeablo tho traveler insist ed on introducing him to his wjfe. Vl'cn tho porter w as presented to Mrs Joun Follows tho proud husband said: "Thoro now, Jcnr.'e, I ttId jou I'd introduce j ou hi society, but this is on ly n beginning." Tho port...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 August 1887

-pr WB& Sl x "' ' 'X J -v - t TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1887. VOL. IX No. 3. PLEASANT VALLEY. The Peaceful Name of the Place Where Six Men Were Killed. Further Trouble Anticipated Among the Bad Men. From the Flagstaff Champion we clip the following version of the ftud in Ton to Basin. So many indefinite stories seem to be going that it is difficult to get at facts. The Champion says: "About a week since several cowboys, who had been in the employ of the Aztec Ltndand Cattle Company, left Holbrook, whsre the headquarters of the company are, and went south towards Tonto Dasin to a place called Newton's ranch. While there they heard that an old ranchman named Belvins, living on Canon Creek, had been missing for two or three weeks, and the residents of the neighborhood suspected foul pUy. The boys went over to a ranchman named Graham, and being joined by four men from that place, making eight in all, they went in search of the missing man. The next day they reached th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 August 1887

THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 20, 1887, W WEEKLY EPITAPH. RBPPT & PE0, Publishers. Fourth Strset, Bet. Fremont and Allen Tombstone. Cochise County, Arizona. . S bscrlplion, one year. $4 CO a. itcred in the Tombstone postolhce as sic nd dass matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY The deepest mine in Victoria, N. S. V.,isthe Magdola. ,11 is down 2409 feet. .. Hon. A. A. Sargent, ex-United States Senator Irom California, died in San Francisco last Sunday. Train-robbery, lik6 the new code, is a iVvns imnnrt.ition. In the Lone Star state train hold-ups have been reduced to a fine art, but Arizona copies the methods as she does its code. The glorious rains of the past week continue to make glad .Jhe hearts of those individuals who fuve put th4ir faith and money into cows. Stay with the pot, boys; the heavens are on your side. b Undoubtedly the Territorial Veterinar ian and Sanitary Board had good grounds, or at least thought they had, in directing a three months ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 August 1887

THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 20, 18&7. BOB DRRAGH'S STAGE LINE. Stage lo connect with western-bouud train lcives nt 3 30 p. m. a,e tocoinjot w.th cistern-bojnd tnln 1 eivcs at 3 30 p. m. Stvge to connect with Guaynus tnin leaves at 7"30 a. m. Stage for Charleston leaves at 7 30 a ra. ' BttDSSOTS STAGE LINE. Stage for Bisbee letves at 1 p. m. (except Sun days. ) LevreS Uisbee at 6 a, m. Ofhce 406 Allen Street, under Occidental Hotel. This paper Is kept on file at E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Ex- hange, San FrancUco, Cat , where contracts or adrertlstnents can be made for It. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Pete Behan, late guard at the peniten tiary, is visiting friends in this city. Virgil Earp, city marshal of Colton, Cal., was in Fairbank last Sunday, look ing for train robbers. The tourists from our town are re turning, and the universal verdict is, "There is no place like home." Morning services and Sundav school as usual to-morrow at the Meth...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 August 1887

THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 20, 1887. Her Pioturc. Br the cuii.1 ronrt f rinped and tklrted. Half cmVreJ In tliofjrtuiness of lcavo Btnntla tlfflT.iior house. o!l and dosorted, WIUi mnis cneptiiiy over tho caves. The clow mho suiiHirht Illumes It jt tho Uam'ini and death or tho day; The lilies' sfftctbreathlciR pcrfunus ft A they nod 'nuuli tho blue sky ot May. rThrotwh the doorway, hnlMilddeit by pra 1 walk iloua thodlin hall nlnue, iid a wind of tho south sottly parses V hero tho steps of tho dancers aro Hown. inrt gazo on tho strango pictured f .ices lbitt srnllo out lrom old larnlslad frrrao, Vi I1II0 t0 breczo eoeins to ruulg their laces And whisper their quaint lliijrlMi n.iinoi, There is one face that loots out crenoly i'lom a b lckirrc.uud all soiiibro w I tit shad With too small head as prueclul and queenly As If for a coronet mndo. Xho juarls on her lo" bodlco irllston And a ro'c lies asleep In htr hair. As lio leans out, half smiling1, to listen Oho...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1887

'' Jif TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1887. VOL. IX No. 4. 'WvtfW MAKE-BELIEVE WAR. Gen. Miles' New and Ingonious Device. To Keep the Troops of the Department FromForgettingHowto Chase the Apaches. Hrig.-Gen. Nelson A. Miles has devis ed a new scheme to exoercise the troops fn this department and keepthem from getting rusty in the modes of Apache warfare. The idea is explained by the following official order: Heudouarters Depi of Arizona,! Los Angeles (Cal.) Aug. 20, 1887. J Geneial Orders No. 24.. I. During the months of September and October of this year the troops of this department will be considered as on field duty, and will be instructed and ex ercised in nnd all that pertains to the practical r quirements of field service. During those months all otJer drills and duties will, as far as practicable, be sus pended, except the target and signal practice required by orders of the War Department, which will be regulated so as to admit of this field service. II. On Septe...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1887

THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 27, 1887, WEEKLY EPITAPH. REPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Street, Bet rremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year. .$4 co Entered in the Tombstone postoffice as sec ond class matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY The Epitaph begins to feel like itself once more. It has got a fight on its hands. Under a new land office ruling the desert land entries will have to be advertised before the final proof is made. Grass is actually growing in the streets of Tombstone, but then grass would grow anywhere in Arirona soil under the influence of the glorious rains such as we have had during the present rainy sea son. It is said that the volcano in the Sierra Madre mountains cannot be fonnd. It has either gone into the giound and drawn its crater after it, or Mexican liars are as good as any on the Pacific coast. Virginia City (Nev ) Enterprise. Lieut. Partclloof the army will soon contribute a series of ar...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1887

B33 DARRACH'S STACE LINE. Stige to connect with wc3tcm-bouiul train lctves at 3:30 p. m. a;a tocini;t with cittern-bound train leaves lit 3:30 p. m. Stamj to connect with Gunymis train leaves at 7:30 a. 111. Stage for Charleston leave s at 7:30 .1. m. '" BUDSHW'S STAGE LINE. Stt;e for Bislice leaves at t p. m. (except Sun days. ) Leaves Hisbee at 6 a, in. Office 406 Allen Street, under Occidental Hotel. This paper Is kept on file at B. C. Dake'i Advertising: Acency, 64 and'65 Merchants' Ex hange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts or advtrtl iments can be made for It. LOOAL HAPPENINGS. Hon. M.A Comfort, Va. Smith is at Old Point Harty I'eto's drugstore is one of the neatest places in the citv. ,' The usual services to-morrow at the Catholic and Methodist churches. John Aston, of the Reloj Cattle com pany, came in from Texas this week. Mrs. B. J. McGrew will teach the Contention public school the coming term. The family of J. D. Goodin left Wed nesday for Los Angeles, Cal., to join...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1887

THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 27, 1887. ! William Brown, cf Oregon ( r joaqciv HiLtxn. Ihny called him Rill, tho wood man, Itutsbr, bcrnnmownsMnrv Jnne, Ibo squire's daughter: nndtmclgn Tho belle from ltewhe-lo to Dan. llir !ttlo itnmo. How lovers rnth Oot mittens nt tho epoIIIiiK-sclioolI How mnny a mute, Inirlorloiw fool I TVroto rhymes ami sighed and il cil inusiMM? Tho hired mnn had loved lier lowj. Had loed her hest and first and last; Her v ery parments a3 she parsed For him, had rj mphony and (-one 60 when ono day with brow afrown Sh i called him "BUI," ho raised hU head, Ho caught her c e and faltuilnp Bald, "1 lot 0 you; and my nnmo Is llrown." Bho fairly walticd with rntro: showopt; You would bav o thought tho bouse on flr. Bho told her sire, tho portly squire. Then smelt her stnollluK-ialts and Rlept. poor William did what could bo done; Ho swims a pistol on each hip. Ho Kitthci cd up a preai ox whip And diot e towaid tho Retting sun. He croed tho gre...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1887

-rna-'W B vol. ix; TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1887. No. 5. &. , -J?v " ASSASSINATED. Cold-Blooded Murder of Nioholas MoConnick. Two Mexicans Supposed to be the As sassins. The Coroner's inquest on the body of Nicholas McCormick, an estimable old gentleman who was murdered in cold blood near Bisbee last Thursday week, developed suspicions that strongly point to two Mexicans named Manuel Grijalba and Cornclio Paz, as the murderers. Michael O'Reilly a mining partner of McCormick's, testified that he (McCor inick) left his cabin about a mile below Bisbee, about four o'clock on Thursday afternoon of the 25th-of August, -and by the evidence adduced before the irquest it was ascertained that the above named Mexicans left the blacksmith shop below 'town at about the same time. They were monted on sorrel and grey horses respectively, and leading a pick mule. Mr. McCormick was mounted on a burro; the distance between both parties at the start was about one mile. The Mexi c...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1887

THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, September 3, 1887, WEEKLY EPITAPH. KEPPY & PEOErtbMers. Fourth Stiaet, Bet Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year. $4 co Entered in the Tombstone postoffice as sec ond class matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY Mr. Ritter's paper does not deny that it is Mr. Ritter's paper. He is evidently proud of it. Enterprising real estate men in South em California are cutting up printing office towels into lots and offering them for $1000 each. Great country. The Epitaph is more widely copied a-d generally read than any paper pub lished in Arizona. Besides, it has a greater circulation than all the papers in Cochise county combined. The Epitaph acknowledges the re ceipt of a complimentary invitation to attend the fourth annual fair of the Ari zona Industrial Exposition Association, which is to be held in Phenix, during the week commencing October 17th. 1 m The Governor's proclamation, ordering a ninety-day...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1887

THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, September 3, I887. w iMwMMMMMMgWMBWMMMMMMMMMMMMaaiiM B MM M BMM BOB DIRRACH'S STAGE LINE. Stage lo connect with wcstern-bouud train leaves at 3:30 p. m. ae tocom3ot with ev.tern-bo.tnd train leaves at 3:30 p. m. Stage to connect with Guaymas train leaves at 7:30 a. ni. Stage for Charleston leaves at 7:30 a. m. B1ADSHAWS STACE LINE. Stage for Bisbee leaes at 1 p. m. (except Sun days. ) Leaves Bisbee at 6 a, in. Office 406 Allen Street, under Occidental Hotel. This paper is ktpt on file at B. C. Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Ex hanee, San Francisco, Cat., where contracts or adrertisments can be made for it. LOOAL HAPPENINGS. Peto's Magic Cora Cure is an infalible remedy. Peto's Toothache drops, will cure ach ing teeth instantaneously. . 4 . Climax chewing tobacco only 50 cents a plug at the Willows cigar store. f ' The Charleston smelter has closed down, it is to be hoped temporarily. Horses taken to pasture by G. V. Trull, ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1887

THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, September 3, 1887. finis, -y- When flnls comes tho book wo closed And, somewhat sadly, fancy goes, "With backward step, from stage to stag Of that accomplished pilgrimage. Tho thorn lies thicker than the rose I There Is so much that no one knows, Bo much unreached that none suppose; What flaws 1 what faults 1 on every page. When flnls comes. , Austin Dobsoa A CUBAN DUEL. w I mado my Initial appearance on the field of honor in Havana a few days since as second to a howling Cuban swell. It was a duel that set the queen of the An tilles agog. On Sunday night there was music In the park, and after dinner an English lord, a Chicago gambler and I were strolling tranquilly along in tho starlight when a magnificently appointed victoria rose up and a man whom we all Ittiaw liimnad out. "I wa3 at your hotel," he said, raising bis hat amiably, "but you had out gone, and so I come hero." v. "Hawl" said the Englishman, fixing his glass in-his eye and b...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
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