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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 19 December 1881

3jje mb&xmt ;f piteili- ; i " " :' . w fai. OMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, DEC. ID; 1881, V DOLLARS A YEAR. 1PITAPH. Lge Edition. IHIZONA DKC.19. 1831 i.,is from the Daily Dec. 17. ' , oVier tWi lie ofierM :ioad, ; jght to law an zcik. i no tune o.as cc in an- flit on food for ring citi- 1 when the Bible injunction, "choose ye this day whom you will serve," applies with particular force. There can be no halfway business in this matter. He who is not for law and order is againsl it, and such sentiments as appeared in tho Nugget yesterday morning .cannot be oonstrued otherwise than as an endorsement of the lawlessness that begot tho attempted assassina tion of the "mayor of Tombstone last Wednesday night. Tho people are not fools. They will mark these things down on the tablets of their memories whero they cannot be eras ed by the sophistical tongues of as piring politicians. Tho San Simon vote will not elect next November as it did last. This fact may as well be accepted now ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 19 December 1881

WEEKLY EPITAPH. l Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA DhC.19. tSSl This Page is from the Daily of Thursday, Dec. 15f BOXT III! FltIoiUTKKl V MAS. iritliATOltN. Tlio Silver King has declared Its twenty- tfiird dividend of 25 cents per slurepayi.4 Mo November H15th. Heliablo nslinWU It If KlirumllftV'll i Ni.K.i .In nMfe-. A... I Colonel Barney, who lias Jieeu for six months at the eastTjiajs tharihe one huu drcd aud twcnty-thirddivldend will come In i roper sequence, aiid he hopes all pres ent stockholders will live to collechlt. S. P. Dally Exchange. Silver King will, vvo".bcliove, real izo Col. Burner's most santruinoture- dictions. But why vguttiniU , stock reaches over twenty Jollarftgn price or until it begins" tor8Jl Tip divi dends? n JH$ fc This stockwaw.qteptimo a drug on tho market, ThaiTvastiie time to buy. There aro other incipient Silver Kings, and he will win the raco who gets the best start. It is better to buy before stock gets too well appreciated, and reap tlio bono...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 19 December 1881

ri -. ;ly Epimi. ESE IOH. I. 10. l&U f aigq, is frond Daily fednesdny, 14. IlMltlMOXM OiHl'H. bapondcnt tovlU Mining of SilvcrJjkfrKNnw Mox- from SanrTOfe, thus .epi tomizes tho growth and prosperity of that territory. Ho says: The progress of tho territory is vory rapid and can bo best judged by the itntnenso inoreaso in taxes 'nurt liconses. From Decern or l?th, 18S0, to November 18th, 1881, the i amount of taxes and licenses paid in tho several counties wcro as fol- " Iqws: San Miguel, $31,875 47; Santa Fe, 628,7-19.90; Colfax, 20,58f:.5S, Bernalillo, S13.GS8.25; Grant, i12, fG2.08; Dona Ana, $9,731.20; Mora, $9,470.85; Socorro, $0,758.88; Valon oia, $G,670.U; Taos, $4,550-15; Lin coln, $3,229.91; Rio Arriba, $2,980 .00. The total is over ono hundred and fifty thousand dollars and is 1 double tfto amount collected last year. This is certainly a good showing l'BVN for our sister territory. Jt reminds us very forcibly, however, of two things. Tho first is, that the people of Ne...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 19 December 1881

fE3 (vi 7 WEEKLY EPITAEH. j Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONn, A1UZ0NA. ..... DKC.19 IMil This Page is from the Daily of Tuesday, Dec. 13. I.OCAIj NPIilM'KKK. The boy Paddock was arrested last evening for boating a Httlo fellow 1 years old. As "Old Fireman" ought to know the EriTArn will not publish anonj inous communications. John Doe was lined $10 and costs In Recorder Wallace'.court,)Cstcr(lay, for fast drlvlngwlthln tho city limits. The Literary society will meet this evening at tho oQco of Jndgo J. 11. Lucas. No donbt there will be a largo attendance. The Fashion saloon v as closed out and remov ed by tho proprietor on Sunday night. It Is un derstood that ho will to open further np town. Joint Leatit, the well Known shoemaker of this clt), is erecting an adobe building on Allen street, ncarblxth. When flnUhed. which will bo about the beginning of next week, ho Intends occu pjing It as a first class shoe shop. The workof registration goes bravely on. From Mr. Ludlow, deputy recorder, ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 19 December 1881

o lSfc do xm nu. Bess other 'together. tho night eusuro or the Inary excuse for bt QMHTrKcu tit nu incentive cV.n'co (ho lute unfortunate lmvc been rife of tho ta xation of not only the Harp Mlolliilay, but of Marshall kor Clum, Judge Spicer and Why the feeling of deadly liatred. ihiHtltiexUt-in relation tor tho' Earns and -Bollidnv. every one here can F N. ,.. -j ' " . . - lundersUiKlfjut as against the others, it Rs-onc of.tkose'lnscrutable mysteries tbat kuinq but, the most depraved ean possibly; jn a reason 'for. That the affair of iiesday night was intended- for the Kf-of-'john-P.-Clum, we 'arc luliy Id. The threats of the last few days Kavo been too well authenticated to leave any doubt on that point. That the dam. nablo deed miscarried, does not rob the event ot ono jot or tittle of its enormity. The killings and attempted killings here tofore recorded s occurring in Tombstone and the surrounding country have been the outgrowth of drunkenness, wrongs, or fancied wrongs, suffe...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 19 December 1881

iteXS it:111"", Weekly epitaph. T0MB3T0NK, ARIZONA DHC.1S". 1881 1ST Six-Page Edition, This Pace is from the Daily of Sunday, Dec. 18. WIIKItK AUK WK nmvTixcsv Taking tho facts set forth in tho report of tho grand jury, tho lottor of Wells Spioer, and tho communi cation of "Observer," that appear in this morning's EriT.vrii, a text is presented "upon which there is littlo or no need of comment. The roportof the. grand jury is based upon sworn facts, .thereforo incontrovertible. The letter received by Judge Spicer speaks for itself, and as the work of an assassin. Tho communication from "Observer" is correct in its con clusions, so far as wo aro able to judge. The very fact that Frank Leslie and Judge Moses were the re cipients of an open postal card with the warning to leave, denotes that there was no seriousness intended by the sender. That does not lessen the heinousness of the offense, how over, and no pains should be spared in ferreting out the miscreant who sont them, and make ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 26 December 1881

f'8yaa, - o a J . j. VOL' il-NO. 32. TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, DEC. 20. 1881. r FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR ftembtw " '' "" " " -- ....... I,. i. -i i. . i. ... i i i, 1 1 , . ...,, .in. SVEEELY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE! ARIZONA DKC.26. 1881 Six-Page Edition. TliisjPago is from the Daily of Saturday. Dec. 24. Tue Daily Cow-boy aoross tho street foams at the mouth, and gives strong evidence of having a severe attack of the rabies. Its so-called .reply to the specifio charges made by tho EriTAPH as to the different classes of robbery its friends are en gaged in are answered by billings gate, which is universally conceded tolls" "the rogue's argument. They cannot got around the fact that they standjon record as haying indorsed the tf'n-per-cent steal, all the cattle stoahng and stage robbing done by their cow-boy friends, tho outrages committed by tho rustlers, the turn- Mffilooae of prisoners charged with murder and grand larceny, and other k ffhes too numerous to mention. 'Tfc4y dare not...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 26 December 1881

Igt&lffo I 'j' Ift- M I i E- Weekly epitaph. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA DKC.20. 18S1 Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Daily of Thursday. Dec. 22. THK HITCATION. The " Laughing Hyena" across tho street, which tho San Francisco Ex change has dignified by the name of the " cow-boys' obituary organ," hav jng acknowledged its imbecility, has called to its aid one " Amicus" and our venerable friend, Judge Reilly, who adopts tho old Donnybrook style of hitting a head wherever seen, and as a consequence, Clum, Spicer, Raudall, Gray, Marshall Williams, the Earps, and several others come in for their sharo of withering ex coriation. Tno playful cow-boy and the gentle stage-robber alone seem to have escaped this Donnybrook at tack. By deduction wo are led to believe that Marshall Williams, Wells-Fargo's agent at this place, has robbed all the stages; that Budd Philpott committed suicide, and that Clum, while seated inside the coach the other night, shot tho off-leader in the neck, " Whistli...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 26 December 1881

ft- -$: WEEKLY iWAPH. ix-Pagebiou. TONE, A1UZONA... DEC. 26. 1S81 Page is from the Daily of Friday, T)cc. 22. Ul'lt I.AT1; I.r.GIMLATIMti:. It will bo remembered, or at least it ought to be, that lit tho beginning ' the present year tho legislatuie of rizona met at Prescott and huld a rotractcd session, out of which was (olved the bill creating CocliUo Iinty, with its appointive officers. Iter the statutory time had expired the session it continued to sit incubate. Among the brood of Is hatched (lurinjr its close was for tho payment for tho over- le. JNen l . Usborn, an employe the legislature, taxed up his bill services rendered for the full lin, which was presented to Terri- lal Auditor E. P. Claik, who al- only for the legal number sborn brought suit auditor to compel full p, wliicn was tried uetore tne to court, Chief Justice French fthe decision, which is as fol- nlou by French, chief justice : Sill- associate justice, dissenting in the rion : Ids is an application fur a writ o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 26 December 1881

&. fl EEKLY EPITAPH. feix-PageTifcion. TONE, ahizona. .. PKC.2S. 1881 Page is from the Daily of Friday, Dec. 22. on: i.atk iir;iMi..vTimi:. It will ho remembered, or at least it ought to be, tlmt in the beginning (tlio present year the legislature of fizona met at Prescott and liuld u Potracted session, out of which was lolved the bill creating Cochise Iinty, with its appointivo officers. Iter the statutory timo nail expiroti the session it continued to sit incubate. Among tho brood of Is Hatched during us ciose was I for tho payment for tho over- le. Neri F. Osborn, an employe tho legislature, taxed up his bill services rendered for the full Im, which was presented to TcrrU tal Auditor E. P. Clark, who al- only for tho legal number sborn brought suit auditor to compel full fi, which was tried before tho lo court, Chief Justice French 'the decision, which is as fol- jlon bv French, chief justice ; Stll- associate justice, clissontiajr In the F.ion : Ills Is an amillcallou for a ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 9 January 1882

J z? SEKIY 'EPITAPH. m iix-Page Edition. TONE, ARIZONA.. JANUAHY 9. 1SS2 Page is from the Dailv (Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1882. I.OCAIi Hl'MXTKHS. fTf urlilianlnv liv thn fire den.irtmont cs- JZr" I i.i. i. ewagjwas mosi creunauic io our cny. (Denver Tribune has favored U9vith Nf'its valdnble annuah, for which it IP aflfcept our thanks. tilJQi Commercial job office has been tu into Toolo's now uiocK, on t mn 6tearly opposite their old olllcc. II' ..... Svcatlicr for the last vecK Has been n? liovnml exrwetntlon for this sea. MC$o year. Sunday and Monday wero $re Hke, May than January. LvtfiHotal number of tons of ore and nvorked in Nevada for the twelve icommencing October 1, 1880, and 881,. was 452,728 a OTQt? atrq foitfitrrst Contention, wlv 3v? i jKl such sevens injuries from1 a eauso ins cicatn in iweniy-iour noura ftaWla Vrt nnrtlplll'ira pallid ho 8? NcW-Ycar's number of (lie ban Jsco Ncws-Lettcr was a most excellent SIS'? In addition to its usual reading matter it was accompanied by ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 9 January 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. rOMI!8TONE. A111Z0NA...JANUAUY 9. 18SJ "-jPSix-Page Edition. .This Pnffo is from the Daily of Wednesday. Jan. 4. The city election is happily past, and tlio electors are again free to pursue their daily vocations without recurrence to tho subject as to who shall govorn us for the next two years. The result is not just what wo should have been pleased to see, and not what we labored for, but recognizMig tho fundamental prin ciples upon which our government is based that the majority shall rule wo acquiesce in tho result without a murmur, and have only tho kindliest feelings and best wishes for the offi cers elect, and will support then in every effort for tho promotion of the public good. We have no doubt but those who were defoated yesterday wdl have occasion before the present term of office expires to thank their good stars that thoy weie defeated, and that those who are elected will many times feel tveary with the burden and cares of office and the censures they w...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 9 January 1882

s! F7 PyX IV-3 V 1 i m s W i.H .srsi fl v WEEKLY EPITAPH. Sixage Edition. - --4 rOMUSTUNE,lAJtIZONA...JANUAIlY 9. 1882 Tliis Page is from the Dailv of Friday, Jan. 0, 1882. Tin: ii.v.a of iaraxity. The late grand jury of Sin Fran cisco, in view of the fact that the plea of insanity is put 'in upon the trial of almost every murderer in the land, deemed it within their prov ince to recommend to the next legis lature that it so amend the criminal law that whenever the plea of insan- is interposed by or in behalf of a ion accused ot any crime, that alone, whether sauo or insane, Id be first inquiied into. If they found insane, and the crime icicle, the lunatic should be sent 1 asylum and never again suf 1 to go at large. This recom- dation is in the right direction, if embodied in the statutes of Sy state would have a most salu- iolTect upon these emotional fel- l who are sane enough to plot execute crime, and yet too in- , under the maudlin scntimental- f the present day, to have a jus...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 9 January 1882

Z. WEEKLY EPITAPH. g Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. AWZONA...JANUAHY 9 1882 'This Page is from the Dailv of Sunday, Jan. 8, 1882. It seems plain as daylight that Georgo Q. Cannon is ineligible as a delegato from Utah. Ho has Un votes, but is not a legally naturalized citizen, and the governor refused to givo him a certificate onjthat ground. But it does not follow that Camp bell is chosen, as ho got only 1,357 out -of 19,925 votes. It is a pretty muddle any way. If the territory could only be abolished, it would help straighten thinys wonderfully. It is getting to bo a question what the paramount industry of Cochise county is. MEXICAN NEWS. ilore wovllmsBt by the Apaches Eighteen Men Killed nnd Wounded. Special to the Eoluph. Guaymas, Mexico, Dec. 30th, via Tuscon. The American consul, Mr. Villard, has received a dispatoh from Hermosilla, giving an account of a raid by the dreaded Apaches in the district near Urnara, between the Bronzes and Trinidad. . A. M. May Bard and son with sixt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 16 January 1882

; 't w J : i'A In Sl VOL. II.-NO. 35. W EEKLY EPITAPH. TOMUSTONE, ARIZONA. .JANUARY 18. 18J gp Sis-Page Edition. This Pnge is from the Daily of Saturday. Jan. 14. I'ltoriirric, The Mining Review, one of our liest exchanges, in a recent article on the probable exodus of men m search ofVnines, yery candidly places the matter before the publio in tho fol lowing light: It is more than probable that the overllow of aggressive forces will be in another direction, while Colorado will be left to bodoveloped with the mo mentum it has acquired and the real nierit whicJiThas ben revetle.d within its borders. Arizona andNew'Mo"x ico will doubtless be the next centers of attraction, as indications already point in that direction. Those who seek these new territories will find a rich field ready for development, which will richly repay well-directed effort and busmess-liko enterprise. The mineral veins of these territories are rich in variety and extent, and the ore bodies are extensive and gen e...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 16 January 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. t Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA..JANITAHY 16. 1882 This Page is from the Dailv of Thursday, Jan. 12. KXTKAVAGAXT J.YlXtJ. When George Daly wrote his im probable report on the Lake Valley, New Mexico, silver mines, it was thought that the very height of by perbolism (polite for lying) had been reached. It will bo remem bered that he said their mines were so rich that the weeds growing over them carried a large percentage of silver. Wo find in the New York Times an account of the San Bartola Mountain Mining company, state of Jalisco, Mexico, that for indecent and barefaced exaggeration is a parallel to the stories told about the Lake Valley mine. Tho article referred to says the mines of this company are twenty-nine in number Each 800 feet square, being four times tho area of ordinary mining claims, equal, therefore, to one hund red and sixteen mines. Instead of ono of those claims being four times the size of an ordinary claim, it is just a trifle less than thr...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 16 January 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. V - rTtt MJh EiT J 4i KB VJ-JJtO JUU1WWM. H , TOMBWnB. ARIZONA.. J ASUAKT 1(. 1883 This Papcc is from the Dailv of Wednesday, Jan. 11. Tiik movement to depress the Tombstone Mill and Mining Co's shares, says the Bullion Miner, is. about through with, and the instiga tors have realized their folly. The false reports about the proporty and production have fallen fiat and failed. The board of directors are gentle men in every way worthy of respect and confidence, and it may be said, a fit board for other companies to pattern from. Engaged as they all are, like, their honored president, George Burnham, in commercial and manufacturing business, they carry with them in the' management ol the Tombstone Mill and Mining Com pany, those business principles that have placed each in his several busi nessahead of their competitors, The financial standing of each places them above any stook juggling or the manipulating of the company's affairs to benefit themselves. The false and ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 16 January 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARlZONAj.JANUAIlY 18, 1884 H1 Six-Page Edition. This Pace is tfoiiWiie Daily of Tuesday. Jan. 10. SAfJCE FOK THR UOObK IS XOT HAUCK I'OKTIIK GANDER. The Fort Grant court martial re resulted about as" wo expected it would. tOnly t.o of the treacherous scouts were convicted and the sen tences passed on them, considering' tho gravity of their offences, are shamefully light. Scout No. 19 was sentenced to forfeit to the United States all pay and allowance now due, and to bo dishonorably dis charged from the service of the gov ernmant'. Scout No. 15, the murder er of Cant. Hen tig, was sentenced to "bo dishonorably discharged fiom the service of tho United States, forfeiting all pay and allowance now due, and be confined at hard labor, at suoh place as tho proper author ities' may direct, for tho term of hi natural life." Had the offenders been white soldiers, no such leniency could have been shown. Had they been citizen scouts and guilty of the same crime, they...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 16 January 1882

ffHEKLY EPITAPH. -St: lOXIBsroSB. ARIZONA. .JANUXKY 18, 1SJJ ITSiPage Edition. Tin's Paso is from the Daily of Friday. Jan. 18. The A. T. & S. F. K. R. aro build ing a depot at Contention City 173 feet long. Tliis would indicnte th.it the road was not going" to Tomb, stone. Daily Star. The Star is decidedly oft" its 'oa beza' when it thinks the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo road is not com ing to Tombstone. The train line from Doming is located directly through the uoi thorn limits of the city, and Mr. Earl, the locating en gineer, assured us upon the comple tion of the survey, that it would be built over this route, which will be as short as tho Southern Pacific from Doming to Benson, and will mako nearly an air line thiough to Cala basas, where it turns south into So nor.t. Tho company cannot afford to leave out of its connections the most importailt mining district in the territory, and a town that is. destined in the neaf future to have tho largest population of any place ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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