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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1882

r tu n EPITAPH. E, ARIZONA. MAY fi, 1882. iTO.K HIMJAKN. Must Go llloud ertus i mill IllanketK-VoluntecrH to fKront Au Knthtmiaittlr 3lrot- FVesterilns'. Inlay morning hand bills were ily- kut llie street, calling the people to Ic meeting on Allen street fronting find Hotel, nt 19 o'clock. About 11 ti immense multitude of people had hied. Tho Tombstone Urass Baud fitted strains of martini music from Hel porcb, and excited citizens dU- Lthe situation hi 1 porous languago lie street. Precieelv at 11 Judgo South. i-.rd called tho inciting to order, and in a few pointed words introduced Don Miguel M. Corclla, of Sonom. Mr. Corclla stated that lie appeared there as the representa tive of Col. Abumada, the commandant of the Mexican forces on the frontier. Tho Colonel, ho said, wa-i suddenly called nvvny and could not attend, but instructed hint to inform the citizens of Tombstouo that ho Mould cooperate with any troops on this Mdo engaged in crushing the ma rauding Apaches. Mr. Corclla fu...

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. — 13 May 1882

mkt m0wbmm fptoplj; vol I1I.-N0. 45. TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY 13, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. WEEKLY EPITAPH. rOMUSTONK, ARIZONA. MAY IS, 19S2. 1K1KII AtiH.VKMlAT10'M. Tlio people and press of Ireland aro indignantly excited over the as sassination of Loril Cavendish and Under-Secretary Burke, fearing that the outrage may be connected, by foreign publio opinion with the na tional cause. It was evidently committed by irresponsible per .sons actuated by some fiendish and unaccountable motive. The Irish causo may suffer some what in the universal horror at so . foul a deed, and unless the perpetrators are arrested and the re sponsibility fastened, the influence tnuy. last a long. time. The Irish aro an unfortunate people, the hand ot Fate be.ing ever, raised against them. Even Nature seems to have arrayed herself in opposition to their welfare. Of Jato years the geographical suuauuii ui ireiunu aim natural con iguration has militated strougly against the welfare of the pe...

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. — 13 May 1882

f Weekly epitaph. TOMBSTONE. AKIZONA, MAY 13, 1882. JACKSOXT VAXDAL.H. A lkttkb from J. H. Jackson ap peared in yesterday morning's Nug get, in which that gentleman ad dresses himself to the Epitaiii. We feel gratified and honored that the chief of the Rangers, after having so long defended the people of Cochise county by the sword, is now address ing himself to their enlightenment through the medium of the pen. Certainly if he docs as much execu tion with the lattor as ho did with the former, the country will bo safe. The premises advanced by Mr. Jackson in his communica tion are Bomo of them correct, but his logical deductions are in tho main fallacious. It is true that ranches are deserted and houses vacated, but tho main oause for suoh a state of affairs lies in the Indian polioy of tho general government, iwhiohw has armed tho savages so that they might plunder and kill according to their instincts. 1 he settlers have suffered some from marauding white men, as have those of all...

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. — 13 May 1882

Weekly epitaph. -Jk ToilC. tombs ARIZONA. MAT IS, 1882. , THK IBaSII lt7KSTION. Isolated and alone, fresh,"' bright and sparkvj;, radient in hr virgin beauty, as if newly fashioned by the hand, of God, sits Ireland on the bosom of .the Western sea. Though as old in historic recollections as Rome, and suffering more from tyran ny and wrong than any other nation in the world, time has not blanehed her cheek and there is not a furrow on hor brow. Her r'r jrs, bright as the sunlight that warms them and puro as the hearts that beat upon their banks, flow on to the sea through Vfrfloyj and mountains clothed with rerdure.to their very summit. In this fair land, that would seem to have Ijeen dedicated by the Gods to the realization of the good and beautiful, the spirit of insurrection prevails and outrage is rampant. Fotte'red by one of the most powerful empires on the globe, the Irish people, whom chains or privations could not make slaves, have resorted to crime for a remedd for ttwir wro...

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. — 13 May 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, MAY 13, 1833. the mi:i:tixu. A meeting of the citizens of Tomb stone will be held on Vodncsday to disouss tho late proclamation of the Presidout, and it is to bo hoped that thoro will bo a general attendance. The mattor is of tho utmost import ance, it being a gravo necessity that tho evil effeots of tho proclamation bo checked at once. Every business man in the town should lend his ountenanco to a movement intended so obviously as protective of their welfare. Resolutions should bo passed denouncing the proclamation and tho instigators thoreof, and respectfully assuring tho President that the power of tho United States is not necessary to subduoany insurrection in Cochise county for tho reason that none ex ists. Tho people of Charleston, Con tention, Bisbee, Benson and other points should also tako this matter up so that tho expression of this county, in the premises, may bo vigorous aud . general. There should be a universal awakening to the seri...

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. — 20 May 1882

gfae wbwM IpiteA VOL. IU.-NO. 46. WEEKLY EPITAPH.. rOMBSTONK, ARIZONA. MAY 20, 1882. OHUAXIZ.VTIOX. In tho approaching organization of the Domocratio party in Cochise county much caro should bo exer cised in giving all the precincts rep resentation, and in tho establishment of precincts good judgement is par ticularly necessary. Voters, outside of the main towns, arc scattered through tho mountains and valleys in small knots, and polling places should be so regulated as to bo easy of access. Within a very short time it will be necessary to have primaries tor the selection of delegates to a county convontinr, lit which must be chosen eight dogates to tho Terri torial convention to be held in July at Phoenix. Wo recommend that the members of the Cqunty Gentr.il Com mittee be chosen at the same timo so that after the Delegate and Superin tendent of' Publio Instruction are nominated the county organization can be perfected without loss of time and in a systomutic "man ner. In the divisi...

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. — 20 May 1882

ffEEKlY EPITAPH. TOMI1STONE. ARIZONA, MAY IKK. TUP. IMU OITI.UOK. Never since Arizona was potio t rated by (ho pioneers of American civilization, has the prospeott. of our Territory looked brighter. From the Utah line to the Sonora bonier, the thud of the stamp and the music of the pick and the drill awake the echoes in every mountain range, and pro claim the dawn of an aotive and progressive civilization where hither to has reigned solitude and savagery. Our own county of Cochiso takes the lead in uiincal development and the yield of bullion. No richer mines have ever been discovered sinco Oomstook broke the oroppiugson the wonderful mine which bears his name. Besides the Tombstone district, the vast ore bodies of which are the wonder of the mining world, we have such camps as Uisboe, Dos Cabezas, Winchester, Huachuca, Torquois, uml many others, all of which givo promise of soon adding to the wealth of the world by their yield of the precious metals. , No section of the I'acilio co...

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. — 20 May 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. 4 . rOMB8TONK. ARIZONA. MAY SO, 1883. OIltlAMZATIOX. Tho iirflkStep towards an organi zation of tho Domooratio party in Cochise county has been taken in a call for the holding of primaries for tfuvseleotion of delegates to a county convention at which will oh elected eight delegates to tho Territorial Convention to be held at Phoenix in July. The couuty convention will also select a county con tra! committee, the dutv of which will be to perfect the couuty organization. In tho call a list of precincts is given nnd the represon tation that each is entitled to. an such declaration of reprehentation has been made in a spirit of faiiness and with a view to obviate any possi ble dissatisfaction on the part o either the city or the country. Tho uemocrais 01 wo designated pre cincts are strongly urged to take an active interest in tho primaries 'and to send delegates independent of pledges; except such as must re dound to the welfare ot tho party. Jflvorything depends upon ...

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. — 20 May 1882

- WEEKLY EPITAPH. TJMll&TONE, ARIZONA, MAY 30, 1882. ri:.HLTs. The taking of the coitus for Co chise county is of the utmost impor tance, and great care shouM bo taken ly tho Census Marshal in an endea vor to secure a complete and perfeot list of all tho inhabitants. Upon this census is to bo based tho legisla tive apportionment for the various counties, and it is a serious necessity for Cochise county that it soouro all the share of representation it is ac tually entitled to. The mining and other property interests of the coun ty need practical laws, and unless wo have a sufficient number of rpp resentatives to command respect and attention, tho welfare of this section of tho country will bo seriously jeopardized. It is conceded that existing laws regulating taxation of mining property are unjust and un reasonable, and work hardship aliko upon the noli and the poor. Min ing property under the present law should it bo stiictly interpreted, is taxed four times as much as any othe...

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. — 3 June 1882

-5? - uw ' LS f VOL.-III. NO. 48. WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, .1UNK 8. 18W. HF.COKATIOX WAV. 'l'he poople of the United States, by universal consent, have set apart the 31st of May in each year as a day to bo devoted to the memory of the brave spirits who offered up thoir liyes in their country's cause during the great civil war. Congress, has set its seal of authority on the custom, and decreed that the day shall be ob served as a legal holiday. First bo gun in the North, the beautiful'and touching cereniouies have extended ' to all parts of the Union, and yester day the last resting places of those who frit figllfitv beneath' the Stars ami Bars ."Us 'decorated by tender hands and loving hearts. Through out this broad land, wherever sleeps a gallant heart, be he Federal or Confederate, tome true man or vaman lias lain a garland upon the reen turf tlmt wraps his clay. In inanv localities where tho former foe men rest side by side, it has become thr established usage to scatt...

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. — 3 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, OUNE 0, 18.. The feeling of sectionalism whioh has heretofore brought disaster on our Territory, is not yet wholly' ex tinct. Wo notice that somo news papers up north who aro loud in their protestations of devotion to the interest of Arizonans, novor Ipso an opportunity to stir up this bitter sectional feeling. Their narrow mint's cannot look beyond the limit ed boundaries of their own imme diate surroundings, and in their vanity and egotism they imagine that all Arizona is embraced within the limits of their particular section. Nojrue man who has tho welfaro of tho Territory at heart, will stoop to so prejudiced and suicidal a cour.se. There is no cause for heart burnings or dissensions among the people of the Territory. We are one with a unity of interests and a common destiny, and he who attempts to sow tho seeds of dissension and sectional strife, should be heavily set down upon. The drawing of tho party lines and the bringing together of repr...

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. — 3 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. I'OMIISTONB, ARIZONA. JUNE 3, 1&J2. trio.v. In nomina1 indtdates for tho legislatuto th? Democratic party uhould bo careful to select men of ability, and tlioso pledged to equal taxation. At tho last session, in re pealing tho bullion-tax aet, the legis- 'Iativo assombly enacted no law as a substitute, and, in consequence, mi ning property is taxable far boyond T any other class of property. Upon what basis mines should, in equity ,be assessed is a diflioult problem to grasp and, for that reason, good judgment should be exercised in choosing legis lators. . A non-productive mine should not bo taxed at all, and the rate of taxation placed against a -pro-duotivo mine should bo so guaged as to be equnl to that demanded from any other property. The mineral resouroes of Arizona constitute its main dependence, and should there fore be carefully fostered. Mining enterprises, unlike mercantile and other ventures, cannobasten any portion of their taxes upon the con sumer....

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. — 3 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. JUNE 3, lSSS. ATTENTION. Democrats of Cochlso Io"nty. The Democrats of Cocliiso county aro hereby requested to meet in tlio "sev eral precincts ol tlio rqunty on the 10th ilay ofJuno, and elert delegates to attend ii contention to be held at 12 in., in the city of Tombstone, on the 24th day of June, 1882. Said convention is called lor Iho purpose of electing eight (8) delegates to attend the Tenltorial Democratic Con dition to bo held at Phoenix on the 11th day of July, 1882, and for the selection of n County Central Committee lor ihis county. As this is the Hist step to organize the party in this county, it i9 expected lhAt every Democrat will do Lis duty, and use his best efforts to send to the convention leprescntatlvo men whoso fealty t,o the principles of pur party is un questioned and whoso personal character will add strength to our causo and insure success. The Democracy in every county ot the Territory, arc making preparations for llio'co...

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. — 10 June 1882

me W-'1''6'' .. -rf VOL.-IU. NO. 48. iVJfiEKLY EPITAPH. rOMUSTONK, ARIZONA. JUNE 10, 1882. A M17NniiIM LIE. TIib to men murdered by the In dians in South Pass, and whose mu tilated bodies were brought into Tombstone, aie tnado the subject for a horrible and brutal Ho by tho Citi zen. It is asserted by that journal' of advanced ideas that the killing was done by Rustlers, whoover they are, and not by savages. When it is considered that the whole affair was witnessed by threo minor?, who con cealed themselves in tho rocks, and whoso testimony was given before the Coroner's jury, tho animus of tho Citizen's articlois easily seen. That journal, like an Jshmaelite, seems to' o liavo raised 1 hand against every body, and to 1 u '"afed by 'a desire liot .V foMr but tqedepreeiate tho UiT reMirc'fs of tiierTerritory. Re cognizing tho demoralized condition. oi me iicpuuiicnn party in Arizona, it h desperately 'seeking a vent for its feelings in tales of blood and horror, conceived in fiction ...

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. — 10 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. T0MBST0NE.-AR1Z0NA, JUNK 10, 18W. TUB IK.VKlt KXrOSlTlOX. The meeting last night was a very respectable one, and passed off har moniously. Its purposo was good, and its result will be most beneficial to the Territory in materially ad vancing its mineral interests with tho world at largo. The object of tho meeting was to incite the pooplo of Tombstone District to activity in tho matter of taking steps to secure a representative collection of mineral specimens from tho mines of Tomb stone, and to select a person to properly exhibit those specimens at the Denver exposition. Too much importance cannot be given to this matter, for upon the exhibit made will be predicated much of the imme diate futuro prosperity of Arizona. The exposition will be the first of the kind ever held in tho United States, and extraordinary steps are being taken in all parts of the coun try towards making it tho most completo and brilliant exhibit of ores and geological peculiarities ever known. ...

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. — 10 June 1882

"b W EEKLY EPITAPH. rOMHSTONE. ARIZONA. JUNK 10, 1882. WEFKIiY MINING REVIEW. Tbo raining world of Tombstone was not excited by any unusual occurrence during tho past week. Everything runs along in the usual course. The mines aro producing ore, and the mills turning out bullion. From nil quarters we hear of nothing but projperlty, and tbo managers of the mines aro enthusiastic In their belief that Tombstono has yet to seo Its days of most prosperity. Tho bullion producing mines mo Increasing their yield, and tho number of new mines being opened up and developed is considerably augmented since our last. Tho Randolph is gradually but surely exhibiting its grand propor. tlons. Tho more this grand mineral de posit is developed the greater seems to be Its capacities, and from present appear ances we should not be surprised to see it take Its place in the front rank of tho bul lion producers of Tombstone at no distant day. Tbo Ingersoll is also making a de cided mark in tho mining world. ...

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. — 10 June 1882

HWKJTI i ,. i.im.4sJ--s mmmm.ymuiimmm.mi i ' u . w ..,. ,M...y i ! i. i - i WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, JUNE 10, 188J. The rapidity with whioh new buildings are going up, and the num ber of contracts let for the manufac ture of building matorial evidence the energetic vitality existing in the people of Tombstone. Even imme diately after the fire none were de spondent, and in some instances plans wero made for the erection of houses before the ruins had ceased Htnouldering. In two more months there will be hardly a vestige of the fire left, and Tombstone was never more prosperous man employment of such nqw, The a large number of men, and the ex penditure of $250,000 or more, in surance money, gives a now incen tive to business. The money will be evenly circulated through all the channels of trade, and will act like an infusion of new blood into the corporate system. The fire has benefitted laboran the fact that the idle men of, the oily-are giVen em ployment. The .coiitraot f...

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. — 17 June 1882

0mbtamt VOET-IIT. NO. 49. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, JUNE 17, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. . hx. WEEKLY EPITAPH. TJUD3TOXB. AHIZONA, JUNE 17, 18SJ. IX- Till) FItOXT 1I.M(, Although ono of tha earliest ex- Jored portions of the North Amen- can continent, Arizona is even yet one of the least known. Before the opening of tho Southern Paoilic railroad, its capabilities and its re sources wo'ro but imperfectly under stood by tho outside world. That it contained the richest mines of any section of the United States, and somo'of the finest grazing lands, wn3 the popular belief. But, although tradition and story had thrown ju-okjid thisM'sy.pto region- Uiolam or of golden fancies, it remained to be practically demonstrated whother this reputed wealth really had an existence. Tho bullion out put for tho past two years has set tled the question of theoxtont and wonderful richness of Arizona's mines, and moro than fulfilled tho expectations of her most sanguine friends. '- It has been s...

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. — 17 June 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. JUNE IT, 1882. For the Democratic Nomination Aa 'Delegate to Congress, GrmzxicrAXlo XX. Oury. GRANVILLE II. UUItV. At tho head of this column will be found tho narao of Granville H. Oury, as tho choico of tho Epitaph, for nomination by the Dcmooratio party of Arizona, for Delogate to Congress. In advocating his selec tion we do so because ho has done and is doing his duty well during his present sorvice in Congress; because his publio and private record is un impjaehable; becauso he is a good Democrat and an honest man; and because his actions as Delegate hivo boon characterized by a desiro to benefit the whole Territory with out regard to section and unblinded by political prejudice. Tn other words wo conoeivo it to be the duty of the representative of a Stato or Territory to b actuated solely by thoughts tending to the welfare of tho whole people, irrespective of place of residence or political creed. He should be true to the principles to his p...

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. — 17 June 1882

ft WEEKLY EPITAPH. 3 -XBSTONE ARIZONA, JUNE 17, 188. X - HAPPY CHILDREN. CUilif KxercUea at the Public Behools Aaepirloua Closa r the Heholutle Year. Yesterday afternoon the closing exer cises of the scholastic season took place at the school building on Fourth street. The occasion caused the assembling of a num ber of Tisltors, including the school direc tors, interested spectators and tond par ents. Perhnps a brighter and more inter esting lot of children could not bo found in fhe United States. Those who are pos sessed of the idea that Tombitone is a den of savages, composed of rough men, with out' the refining influence of women or . children, should bo present to seo the in teresting brood that Tombstone can turn out when occasion demands. With a slight intern), school has been in session for ten months. The progress that has been made in popular education in this City. TTlthin the oast vear is astoniahin? A. good deal .of this is due to the energy and perseTerance of Professor...

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