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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 24 June 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITlPH. VOL.-IU. NO. 50. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, JUNE 24, 1882. FlTE DOLLARS A YEAR lb !X rs . - v TEbiGRAPHIC. THE CALIFORNIA CONVENTION. The (5 rami Democratic Gath ering at San Jose. A Kinging- Platform of Princi ples In which Chinese Clienn I.nhor Is Unmasked. ailsorllaueous Xuns. The California DeuiocratioC'ouYeutloii San Josk, June 21. The clause in the platform rotative to the Sun day law, called out a hot debate Outram of Alameda and Whipple of .Sonoma, .favored the law. Teiry, Flournoy, Brady of Kre.inoand Oual lnliau of San Joaquin, favored the repeal. Holloway, White of Los Angeles and Morehouse of Monterey, wanted to refer to the committee. Vote on motion to strike out the clause, was lost, 167 ayes, 280 noes, and the plank was adopted San Fhancisco, June 21. The platform of the Democracy of the Mate 01 ijaiiiorma as represented in convention, hereby declare that with unshaken faith in the soundness of '.ho .Constitutional piiuniples and tra...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 24 June 1882

wl K WEEKLY- epitaph. TOMBSTONE, AIUZONA. JUNE S. 18SJ. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TOMHSTONK rUDHSHKD BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Sntanel l'tirdy, Keillor and .llannjser, OOlce, ais and 3iT Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. inBscitirnoK rmoi: Oi'lj ,(Jjl'.v?rP(l Dy -.arrtcr)... ,83 cents per week. Billy, ono jear 810 00 DiUy, six months S 00 I) illy.threo months 3 CO Weekly, one yeir o 00 Vekly, slxinonths : 2 60 Weekly, ibree months 1 W tViCoteietl at the Tombstone postofflco as second-class matter. OICGAXIZATIO.V. The Territorial Democratic Coutial Committee Is thoroughly reorganized suit made ready for the fill. earapalgu As now conitltuted It l as fol-ows: Pima courty Oocblio County Itaticopa County..,.. Ytvapat County Plcni County.., Apache County Tama County Gila County AUhavc County Graham County.. Fred O. Hughes M.Gray A. 0. Baker K. d. Cook 1". R. Brady C. H. Cooley A. E. de Corse Alonzo Ilalley ..Herman Buckebaum .Ueo. II. btevrns W. W. JONES. Chairman. A. D. l.Ei...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 24 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. i TOMUSTONU, AICIZOKA, JUNK 'II, 1383. Mainly Ilolt'M HtHC( I. Inc. O.llce, Well's Forgo & L'oinpiuj'" ttiiild lug. SUgtM lcak Tombstone fur Coutcn Hon nt 5 a. in. to ouuneU with the eaMern-bmtud trslu and at 1 :4U p. ni. to connect with t bo wot irn bound train. Accommodation stage lor Con le ntloii will tcae uery day at 8 o'clock a. m. owl 3-OU p. in. Ol0Mltl0ll l.llHl. X. SMltU' Opposition Stage Lino loaves Tomb lono ury dav at 8 a. m. ami 1:30 p. in., ami con nects ilkl ilia morning and evening trains at Uoutemm. Faro, Wl.OO. J. 3Iu11h. Eastern .Mull Including all points cast of Ben son dotes ii p. m. Western .Mail Including all point uet uflleu srttr cIosc II :3U a. in. Money Order business cloc3 p. in, id-glstcr business closes 3:30 p. m. No .Money Order or Itoglstcr iinsliie. transact id after oltfco hours. XKW It.VlI.UOAI TISIK TAItl.i:. EASTWAltU. San Francisco. Los Angeles... Benson , Doming Kansas City.... st. Louis Sew York.... , . ....leave at 8:30 a...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 24 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. JUNE SI. IMS?'. JOUB.lMITll Perhaps it is nut in bad taste to call attention to one fact in reference to the conduct of the Epita I'll, since its change of management, that may be considered as redounding t to its credit. It has not catered tJ any morbid excitement, or kept inces santly before the people and the out side world past sensational occurren ce, tho happening of which worked great injury to the welfare of this community in retarding the develop ment of the resources of this county. It has endeayored to relate only facts, and to draw 110 conclusions not warranted by existing circumstances. Cochise county is but in its infancy in point of development, and its re sources need only fostering care and cultivation t-j produce a giant mucin up of wealth u'nd pro-pwity. It is second to iiti section of cunutiy in mnifrdl mp-thilities, and has pro ij .iced luwie bullion tliun any other portion of Aiioin. An immense num ber of undeveloped mines on...

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

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY JjiX i J. Jsr Jo.. VOL.-IH. JJO. 51. TELEGRAPHIC. MURDER AT BOWIE STATION. A Devastating Cyclone. &- Railway Accident Army Appro priation Bill Passed Insolent Crows Desperado Killed Another Big. Blow Dropped Dead. SOXOKA ITKMS. Honoru .pwn. Tucson, Juno 2C The Star's ad vices from Hennosillo. Souora, state: The Sonora railroad, limited, will bo completed to Magdalenain about five weeks. A largo part of the working force of the N. M. & A. R. It. con tractors have been transferred to the .Sonora limited. It is rumored that the line will not run toCalabasas but will strike northeast from Agua Sarca to Buena Vista, and from there will strike the Benson road near old Camp Crittenden. Last night an in cendiary set fire to one of the rail road buildings in Hennosillo, de stroying thirty thousand dollars worth of material. Tho criminal was arrested, and undor tho laws of the State will prob ably bo shot. Magdulena is fast being Americanized. About a dozon saloons. h...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 1 July 1882

V WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY 1, 1882 OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TOMHSTONK PUBLISHED BY TI1K Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Samuel rurdy. Editor and Blnnager. Office, S25 and 337 Fremont Street, Toraltatone. Arliona. niBscnirTiov rmci: Ds'ly .(deKvired by carrier). ...25 cents per week. Dally, one year , $10 00 Dally, six months 5 00 Daily.thrce monthi 3 00 Weekly, one yew 5 00 Voekly, six months 2 to Weekly, three months ...... 1 CO """"" tV Entered it tbe Tombstone postofflce ai sec-oild-clasi matter. OIMJAXIZA.TIO.V. The Territorial Democratic Central Committee i thoroughly reorganized and made ready for the fa!, campaign As now constituted It Is as fel ons: . Pima Ooutty Fred O. Hughes Cochise County M.Gray Maricopa County A. C. Baker Yavapai County E. J. Cook Pinal County P. R. Brady Apache County..... 0. S. Cooloy Yuma Connty A. E. do Cotse Gila County. Alonzo Bailey Mahaye County Herman Bucksbauni Graham Cointy Geo. II. htcvens W. W. JONES, Chairman. A. D. Lins. of ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 1 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. IOMBSTUNK. AMZOXA JULY 1 183i. (mti'ly Hob's stage ruiuo. OlUce, AWll's Fargo & Company's build ing. Stage leavu Tombstono for C'ontcn lie? at 5 a. m. to connect with the eastern-bound tralu acl at liW p. ni. to connect with tho weal em bound 'rain. Accommodation stage for Con tention will leavo every iz.) aiT.JJ o'clock a.m.and ifcJO p. m,, city tins. Opposition Line. N. Smith' Opposition Stage MnelcaYCsTomb ttono every day at 8 a. m. and 1 :30 p. m., and uocta with tho morning and evening trains ct I'oiitcntlon. Fare, 81.00. Mall. Efutcrn Mall Including all points east of Ben son clones y p. m. Western Mall Including all point west of Ben ion closes 11:30 a. m. Money Order business closes p. m, Itcglstcr business closes 3:30 p. m. No Money Order or lclster business tmnsoct ;d after ofllce hours. ltM VKff KAIUtOAP TI.IU: TA1H1' EASTWARD. ban Francisco.. leave at 8:30 a. m. every day Lo Angeles leave at T a. m. second day Benson leave at 8:25 a.m. third day lieml...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 1 July 1882

WEEKLY glTAPIL T0M1IST0NK, AUIXON'A. JULY 1. 1833 THK CO.VKtTIO.V Tlio Democratic convention held yestorday,vns fairly represented, and the result beneficial to tlio Demo cratic) party in its respectability. There was entire harmony, and noth ing occurred to mar the fraternal feeling existing between city and "country. Tlio Delegates elected to tho Territorial convention .ill announced their pieferencofor Gian villo II, Oury, and their intention to vote foi his nomination. Tlieie was no dissent in the con vention us to Mr. Oury, but on tho coutrary muoh enthusiasm whenever bis name was niciitioiiPtl, Tlio ap portionment of i representation in the count v central committee was good in the fact that the majority was given 10 tlm pountr, and yet a quorum leli in the oily -o there can be no elof in tin-li.ttis.iotirin of busi ness. Altogether the convention could not h.ie been impiod upon, 01 ths org.iniilion ol the Democratic paity of Cojhw oounty made nioro perfect. In thu number of t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 8 July 1882

. TOMBSTONE FITAPH. r VOL.-in. NO. 52. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, .JULY 8, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAH. WEEBXF E TELEGRAPHIC. REPRESSION BILL PASSED Severe Storms Jtapoi'tcrt from Difl'erent Parts of tin; Country. Interesting News Notes from the National Capital. Arrival of Mormon Iinmigrnut.s Horse Thieves Shot-A Bill Abolishing Nevndn. Jl IMCl'.MiAXF.OUK Mli-t T.KA I. XI'.WH Wnahlngton Xotfh. Washington, July U. Tho Presi dent to-day returned to tlio Houso tlie immigration bill without his ap proval. While expressing- his entire sympathy with the object of the bill, ho pointed out several serious de fects in it. A good bill of the samo character, correctly phrased, he said, would receive his prompt assent, as public necessity and a blessing. MRS. PACHECO SICK. Mrs. Pacheco's severo illness con tinues without any great change to ward ree'evcry. Amount paid for pensious on ao-' count of the late war, to March 1st, 1882, $500,781,950. Estimated now on rolls the names of 250,00...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 8 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMDS10NE, ARIZONA. JULY 8, 18S2. PUBLISHED BY THK Epitaph Printing and Publishing Co ttnnu.t'l Pimly. Kdltor unit 3Innoer, Odlce, 3S5 and 827 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. trannmrnoN micx: Ps'iy ,(deUvorcd by carrier).. ,.S!5 cents per week. Bally, one year $10 00 Dally, six months....... 5 00 Dally.threo months 8 CO Weekly, ono year 5 00 Weekly, six months B W Weekly, throe months 1 50 t05"-Kntered at the Tombstone postofflco as second-class matter. OHOAXIZATIO.V The Territorial Democratic Central Committee is thoroughly reorganized and made ready for tho fa!, campaign As now constituted It Is as ful ows: Pima County Fred G. Iliishfs Cochlsu County M.Gray Maricopa County A. U. Baker Yavapai County E. J. Cook Hnai County 1. R. Brady Apaclio Comity U. B. Cooley Ynma County A. K. de Corso Gila Connty Alonzo Bailey Mshare County Herman Hucksbanm Graham County Ck-o. 11. Stevens W. W. JONES, Chairman. A. D. Lemon, of Phoenix, 8ccrctaj. For the Democratic Nomination...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 8 July 1882

Weekly epitaph. r )M.iar ).'K, akizoxa jriw 8, lsa;. Siiiuly Itolt'H Mingo Line Oltlee. Writ' rarjfn & Company's ninld tug. Stijci" leiiM, ' Toml)tont) fur ('onten (Ion ill .1 n. hi. l t-ouiu-ci Willi tlio eaMem-bouml tralu nn-l nl l!ft). m. to connect wlththo west ern U-.iml tmln. AccommcuMlon Muro lor Con ""lentlo11 H'illleuvecery day nt7:S0 o'clock ft. m. and r ::) J"HU., city time. OllllOxlltoil I. Illf. X. hmltli'n Op)0itlcn Stage Mnulrnrcs Tomb touo every day at 8 a. ni. and 1:80 p. inand con nects with the moriilng and evening tmliiat Contention. Karo. (Al.OO. .llallH. KifUrn Mall Including nil (lotute cast ol lien oa close Up. in. Western .Moil Includlug all points went of hen inn -closes 1U"0 in. MbDty Order brnmees closes-.! p. tn. Kesl'ter bitslnens clones 8:50 11. m. No Honey Order or Iteuletcr lutne- t iiiut a I after ofllcc hours. DKJIOCK ATU3OX VK.NT1 O.V. The Democratic Territorial Contention mil meet at flienlx, Arizona Territory. July lllh, IbSJ tor tlio pnrpos...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 8 July 1882

rfMMllllHIHII Ml 111 WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA JULY 8, 18b. A Xitrrou K.ca,ic Chicago Tribune. "Can vou not answer mo, Gwen dolen?" " Up from tlio meadows the soft breezes of a porfect Juno evening were wafting tlio faint perfume of tho cowslip and a dead horse; and as Georgo V. Simpson and Gwendolen MahatFy stood near the gato whoso decrepit appearance told with more eloquence than could mere words of tho deathless pastor, that enslaved their souls, both felt that a crisis in their lives had arrived a moment had come which would in tho misty future that stretched away before them, iiko one of William M. Everts' letters', be oithcr a bright be.icon of hope and joy to look back upon with gladness, or a desolate landmark like the lightening riven trees that one never beholds without a feeling of sadness. Secure in the conscious ness of his own meiit that steiling metit whifth always In sin a strong arm, clear liinin, and large feci mid yet with u modest dillidei c concern ing...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 15 July 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. VOL. IY. NO. 1. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, JXlLY 15. 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. V v j TELEGRAPHIC. INDIANS ATTACK GLOBE. The Egypt ianW.nr Commoncod Tuesday Morning. Admiral Seymour, Coiiinijunliiig tlio British Squadron, Opens the Bali. Jnil Delivery Cowardly Crime In Louisiana lladlcal Muddle in Pennsylvania Small pox at Mazatlan "Washington. Jllm:i.Ii.. KOUH UFKlt ,Mi NKWS Wnalikuicton eu. , Washington, July 7. The Houhc has passed a resolution to adjourn on Monday next, but the Senate, realizing the impossibility of conclu ding work by that time, disdained to oven confer on the subject. The conference committer ou the bill to enable national banking asso ciations to extoud their corporate ex istence, agreed upon the only remain ing points in controversy. The Cabinet again to-day consid ered the affairs of Chili and Peru. At the instance of the counsel for the prosecution, the grand jury will be reconvened Monday, when the newly discovered evide...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 15 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY 15, 1882. l'UDUSnKD BY TnK Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Hamutl Purdy, Editor ami Manager, O.Tlce. 325 and 317 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. snBBORirribN rmcx: U'Jj .(JsliTorcd by 'Jirrlcr)....25 ccnt per week. Willy, one year 10 00 Dally, in months.... 5 UU IHilT.tnree months 3 00 vTeeiiy, one year & 00 tfeekly, six months '-' SO Weekly, three months 1 50 tyKntered at the Tombs ton o postofflce as sec-ad-class matter. ,. , :..-, ORGANIZATION. The Territorial Democratic Central Cotnmlttco It thoroughly reorganized and made ready for the la'., campaign As now constituted It Isasful sirs: Pima County Fred U. Ruches Cochiso Oountv M.Oray Maricopa t'onnty A. C, lluker Yavapai Coumy E. J. Cook Plnai Connty P. It. llrady Apache County C. B. Cooley Yuma Connty A. E. de Corso Qlla County Alonzo Bailey Mahave County lUrman Bucksbanra Graham County Oco. 11. btevens W. W. JONES, Chairman. A. D. Lmoi, of Fhccnlx, Bccreta-y. For Delegate to...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 15 July 1882

L WEEKLY EPITAPH: TOMlSTONK, .ARIZONA, JULY 15, ISS'i Mainly Hob's Htnco Line. Ofllcv, Well's Kargn Company's build lug. Singes lcau Tomhstoho for Conten Hon at S a. m. to con not t with tho eastcrn-bonuil train ami at l:U0p. m. to connect with the west ern bound train. Accommodation stage Tor Con tention will Icavo every day at7:30 o'clock n.m.and 2:St) p. m., city time. OpuoHltlon Lino. N. Smith's Opposition Stage I.lnolcavesTomb clone everyday at 8 a. m. and 1:30 p. m., and con jiiecta with the morning and evening trains at """Uoiitentlon. Fare, SI 0. Mull. Eastern Mall Including all points east or lien o closes u p. m. Western ilall Including all polnte,wet of Hen Hon clocs 11 :30 a. m. Money Order business closcs'3 p. m. Register business closcs3:80 p. m. No Money Order or Register business transact eerier ofllce hours. XKW ICAILHOAU TIJIK TA1II.K. EASTWARD. 3an Kra" -co leave at 8:30 a.m. every day Los An ites leave at 7 a. ui. second day ItcnsonT. leavo at S :23 a. m. third d...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 15 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY 15, 1883 OUlt CAN1HDATK. Hon. Granville II. Oiiry was nom inated by the Demooratio Territorial convention at Phoenix, Tuesday, for Delegate to Congress. There w as no need of tho formality of a ballot, ho was tho unanimous choice of the De mocracy in all sootions of tho Terri tory, and was eleoted to carry tho banner of the party at tho ensuing contest by acclamation. This was indeed a flattering compliment, and shows that tho people appreciate the worth of a true publio servant who labored earnestly for the best inter ests of tho Territory, during his trial term in the national legislature. The most brilliant parliamentarian, or ablest debator in the country could perform no real, lasting service for his constituents during his first Con gressional term. It takes that length oMime to get acquainted with the run of business, and the leaders of the House, who really shape legisla tion. Mr. Oury during his term, has performed giant services for...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 22 July 1882

EKLY EPITAPH. 4SE: VOL.-IVtfO. 2. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE ARIZONA, JULY 22, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YI TOMBSTONE WE COUNTY, V TELEGRAPHIC. THE ENGLISH IN ANDRIA, ALEX- The Rebellion of Arabi Pnslia About Ended. The Pension Bill Passes Senate by a Scratch. the Davitt Departs for Europe The Apaches Must Go or Keep Quiet Congrcs jdoiiiU Notes. v UIMVKI.IiA5iROlBOENi:iCAIj.KWH The Code of llouor. Petersburg, Va., July 17. 'A duol between James Addison of Bal timore, and Richard Garland, of Loneberg county, was fought at a distance of six feet, Addison's pistol hanging fire four times, only firing onoe, the bullet striking Garland in the wrist. Garland's pistol fired five times, one shot taking effcot at the last firo and the bullet cutercd the body near the naval, lodging under the skin of the back. Addison died at six this morning. The duol result ed from Garland tolling a young lady who resides in Loneberg county, to whom Addison was engaged to be married, that Addison was flirting with her. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 22 July 1882

MMfT W3BBWI LffMBB jY epitaph. ARIZONA, JULY 22, 1E8 loUltNAL. OF TOMUSTONK L'BLISHED BY T1IK iting and Publishing Go Kdltor mill Mnnacor, el 337 Fremont Street, .tone Arlzoun. knioK d.ici: irler)... .25 cents per week. $10 00 o uu 300 5 00 2 60 160 fcono postofllco as ec- rto Congress, H. Oury. ciulciit of Public Itruction, P. Hortou. Tui: republican muddle in this Terrttory continues with unabated fury. Chanticleer Dibble is on top of the pile, with Pasha Gospor a good aaoond. Judge Porter and Levi Bashford bring up the roar as possible dark horses, with a host of others on the horizon, willing to be summoned to the service of their country. It is woll understood that there is no possible chance of reach ing Congress under the auspices of Arizona Republicans. But there are other things that a Republican nomination, and a sacrifico on the alter of the party, may lead to, and that is the plum that the radical bosses have at present in their mind's eye. The present Stalwart adminis t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 22 July 1882

Jv WEEKLY EPITAPH. rOMDSTONE, AIUZONA, JULY 23, 1883 Hnndy Itoh's Htne Lino. OOlco, Well's Fargo Jfc Company's build ing. Stagca leavu .Tombstono for Conten tion at 5 a. m, tojnuiit with the eastcrn-bouurt train and at l:(Ho connect with the west ern boiinil train. JBunodntkm stage for Con tention will leavotWlay at7:30 o'clock a.m. and :3U p. in., city tlaTc. Opposition I.I no. N. Smith's Opposition Stage Linelcavcs Tomb stone every day at 8 a. m. and 1:80 p; m., and con nects with tlio morning and evening trains at Contention. .Pare, 81. 00. .llnllH. Eastern Mall Including all points cast of Den son closes Dp. m. Western Mall Including all points west o n- on closes 11:30 a m. Money Order business closrs3 p. m. Register business closes 3:80 p. m. Noltoney Order or Register business transact d after offlco hours. WEEKLY MINING REVIEW. KW UAIliKUAD TI3IT. TAHLIi EASTWARD. dan Francisco leave at 8:30 a.m. everyday Los Angeles leave at 7 a. m. second day Henson leavo at 8:25 a. m. thi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 22 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY 23, I8S2. FAI1I1 OF TIIK BASTILE. The Ilvettt Oelcbratril lattt YtVck. Ninety-three years ago lliu 14th ol" July the population of Paris arosoin their might ii'irt rent tho almost impregnnblo walls o tho city prison, and set the captives free f Tim Tt.isiilo had Inntr becu tho terror o. the neonlc. and the pet of tyrants. Thef Caputs recognized it as the bulwark of their power. The citizen or subject who dared express an opinion was confined within its gloomy walls. It had more tcr. ror for tho people than any other institu tion in Prance. Tho arrogant noblesse, backed by a weak and tyrannical king, who had tho effrontery to say that ho was the State, confined the producers, or sans culottes, without the slightest cause, and once within its gloomy walls, release was almost an impossibility. Tho continued oppressions of tho king roused the people, for even a barrel hoop will rise up when trodden upon. On the 1-ith of July, 1789, the Parisian p...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
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