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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 June 1888

i 'Hw -njj - - - wl .' TOMBQTONE, AEIZONA, JUNE 30: 1888. Vol. ix: NO,49r IflltlllW ONE MOMENT. A fickle moment, filled with wonder power, To turn "a ll(e, asufTertng brother's fate. Perchance1 Hea ln'your hand. The precious hour You do not heed until It Is too. late And all the good you might hare done, not done. One passing moment hld it alll Just one. A fickle moment, filled with wonder power For ruin all that life long virtue wrought, Perchaaoeltoa"lsr'your hahdTheatal hour You heed, and passion turns' you all to naught. The good you once have done is lost undone I One moment has destroyed it all I Just one. "K. N." In Chicago Journal. AFTER MANY YEARS. ifL T. "I Know. TAm hot rich." , eid a youna a n n . . man 4b the 'prims ot his powers, And his eyes blazed Indignantly as he made the . 3 '.i- j., ;--- r . statements "I knowvl am not ricb; But. what of tuatf Does wealth- tnakfe a man? if ot much. A man makes wealth. I shall bsjrjch.", , "I know all that, Ernest; and you know 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. — 30 June 1888

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AK1ZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE '30, 1888. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. EEPPY & PEOK, Publishers. - Feurtb, Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year. $4 co CNTIKCO IN THE POST OFFICE A ECOND-CUM MMTEH. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY Grand Republican ratification meeting to-nieht at Schieflfelin Hall. Prominent speakers will be in attendance. The Globe-Democrat asks: '"If a hen and a half lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how many red bandanas will it take to cover the weak spots in the record of Grover Cleveland?" The Ariiona delegates to the Chicago Convention stuck to Alger until the eighth ballot, when they flopped to Harrison. In supporting Alger for the nomination they did not represent Arizona Repub licans by along shot. -The political pot has commenced to boil, and yet the Prospector, with its Derftocrati proprietor and Democratic editor, sits astride the fence as serene and unconscious as a lizzar...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 June 1888

T0MBST01E EPITAPH; TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, TUNE 30, 1888. V w OFFICIAL DIBEOTO: TKBBITflBIAI. FFICEK s. Governor C M. ZOuck Secretary Jambs A. Bayard. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Attorney General--' riogs Goodrich. Surveyor General John A. IIisk. Treasurer C. B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. STRAUSS. . Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Territorial Prison Tries. Uatm. VfKFJMK C'ttVKT Chief u.tic-jAME?H. Wright. AteocUte Jestices W. W. Porter, W. aims. H. MSTIICT Cl!T Flirt lmdlcial Ditrict W H. Barnes. Second Judicial District W. W. Porter. Tklr4 Judicial District 1. H. Wright. CX1TT BTATB KF1CEM United State Marshal W. K. Meade. Uilted State Attorney Owen J. Reus. TCCMN LtNB OFFICE Rafbter A. D. D'Jrr. Receiver Fred. W. Smith. CMT0MM OVFICKU Tucsoa I. B. Hambleton. Tombstone C Wilson. Nefeles-J. Wilson. CtNTT FrirEK Supervisors David Cohn. Chairman; MoettandT. . White. Members. SheriB I. H. SLAUGHTER. Under Sheriff E. A. bHATTUCS. Treasurtr A....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 June 1888

, TIIE KNOCK ALPHABET. VARIOUS ACOUSTIC METHODS USED IN RUSSIAN PRISONS. Bow Knock and Scratches on the Vfall Are Marto to Kepresent Word and Phrases by Which Prisoners May Hold Communication. And now for the "knock language, "or "knock alphabet." There is a multitude of snch alphabets at the various political prisons of Russia aud Siberia, almost every prison having an alphabet of its own. The simplest system is: One knock at the wall signifies a, two knocks b, three knocks c, etc. But as the Russian grammar contains thirty-live letters, this system is tiresome and inconvenient, and to facilitate It various acoustic methods are used. A knock at a wall with the end of a finger sounds different from a knock with a knuckle. A thumb nail causes Another peculiar sound. The souud of the palm of the hand is different from that caused by a fist. All the finger nails at once creates a peculiar sound of their own; the knuckles make the knock sound dif ferent than the finger ends, or the wris...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 July 1888

rt hnlft - s v .J -, TOMBSidfrEV ARIZONA, JULY 7, 1888. NO. 50. VOL. :lliifellil f r"'cj (nil yiL'i' flpti Av t! " IIMMHM Ti :i:u A- tf- ".H PH knows old man trlagfUow. , He Is a. tall, lank person iWithlilhitiwirt.likp dromedary' UM fuCe is Iodk, like that of a hone, aud li ,Jiaf.WhaJjj.lttkd with gray,.nlU IJoTdlTSth kmv6l the aauiaon Ms chin. Old injUOSuiUictelliWiweara neithef mustache nor whiakeraT being very par lieular to shave himself at least twice a """week, undergoing tome pain, and twlstj lug uia long fucfi ..I0.vo.au manner pi com tortlou whloh a .circus cwu twouii aive ST.t)00t6'D able to Imitate durin the oneratlon. owlne to the stiff nature o; the ciofl.Jwii'jfoplng and .th dullness oj the Jnatrurae&t with which he works. He seldom wean a eaai, going m nw mri sleeves summer And winter, -only changr Ing Um 9wm& Mekpryfor the garr mentor wott ctH -the 'seasons vary his Jean pantatooaa being hoisted np with ,SwprSJ4$allue4 be calls them al Biost to his armpits, ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 July 1888

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 7S 1888. i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. , BEPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Faurth Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one ) ear $4 co tNUSEO IN THE POST OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNT! According to the New York Herald, which has been investigating the subject, Italian immigrants have been coming to New York this year at the rate of about 6000 perVnonth. An epidemic ol lues has broken out in Arizona towns of hte. Two weeks ago last 'Sunday Kingman was destroyed, followed a week later by the entire de sttuction of H'jlbrook, and now comes Prescott or Sunday morning last and Flagstaff Monday morning with $50,000 and $100,000 fires respectively. "How now, larcu, cried the bold Thurmanius, as the two Romans took the twin for Herculaneum, "how goec it?" "Foul, O brave Thurmanius. B) I?, theyhave nominated Hnrrisonius. who", I wot, will hold the bridge as did Herminius ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 July 1888

TOilBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AE1ZOJSA; SATURDAT, JULY 7, 1888. - -- - ' '"" aW-Usar' STORIES ABOUT MEN. The Brilliant Idea That fltruok Senator Falmer. When Senator Palmer recently took a core of prominent men to the Michigan club reunion at Detroit, there were a few inci dents of tho trip that the senator has thus far kept quiet. Among tho diversions offered to his guests tho senator suggested a trip to hU log houso, a few miles from the city. A party was mado up, and tho Keeper of the rural retreat was told to get up a dinner for fifteen persons. But in wino way the word got round that Senator Palmer was going to give a "grand spread" at his log house, and when he and his guests started for their drive through the woods thoy were surprised to find other wagon loads going Id the some direction. "I think," said the senator, "that it would bo safo to raise that dinner order to twenty flvo." Accordingly he stepped into a store that had a telephone and raised his order to twenty-flvo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 July 1888

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARTZONA, SATUBDAT, JULY 7, 1888 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TUUUTUKIIL OFFICES Gortraor C M. Zulick Secretary Jamrs A. Bayard. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Attorney General-- riggs Goodrich. Surveyor General John A. Hisk. Treasurer C B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M, 3TAUS$. Delefate 'o Congress M. A. SmithTV Superintendent of Territorial PrisonTitos. Gates. n 'v UflKME CODET Chief fusttoe Jauks H. Wright. AModate Justices W. W. PonThR, W. H. BAtNM, MSTM1CT I'OIKT First Judicial District W H. Barnes. Second JudHal District W. W. Porter. Tklrd Judicial District J. H. Wkigiit. TNirRB HTATKM OKFICER9 United States Marshal W. K. MrjADR. United States Attorney Owkn J. Reuse. TCC80X LtND eFFlCB Register A. D. Dvff. Keceirer Fmo. W. Smith. CUSTOM eifFICESS Tucson J. B. Hamblkton. Tombstone V. C WlWON. Nc-gales J. M. Wilson. ' CfeliNTY OFFM'FJM, Supenrlsors David Cohn, Chairman; F. L. Mooie and T. J. White, Members. Sherifl J. H. Slaughter. Under Sheriff...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 July 1888

-;. "'sTtV yv ''i I I ! VOL. IX. TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, JULY 14, J 888. NO. 5l. ffiliffie r. H 4 .CHILDHOOD'S FAIRIES. When the vftaA comes cool from the drowsy west. And the sun goes down and the shadows die, And the sounds of the day are hushed to re it, And the star an lit in the deepening sky, Then the tree toads lift their flickering cry, And the crickets chirrup their vlrelays, And I think at the flash of a firefly These are the fairies of childhood days. Then the weird owl hoots from her hollow nest, And bevies of chattering bats fly by. And the frogs in the moonlit marsh protest. While katy tills bicker on branches high; And over the tree tops one may spy The shimmering twinkle of silver rays. And the Voods awake and the great pines sigh "These are the fairies of childhood days." ' i ' Then the whip-poor-wills triple their (.tern behest, And the "culprit fay?' with a tear at his oye, ATersthat the honest way is the best Confessing the fault that he can't deny) Invisible legions...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 July 1888

TQMBSTOUIC EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 14 1888. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. REPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Feurth Straet, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year $4 c0 INTERCO IN THE POST OFFICE AS SECOND-CLASS MATTE. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY THE PRINTING CONTRACT. The Prospector, in its zeal to crush Supervisor White, has made a mis-statement of facts. The advertisement of the Board, as published in the EPITAPH, called for advertising and also for all printing, "consisting of tax receipts, etc., and all other job woik required by the county." Strange enough, the proposals of the Epitaph and Prospector for doing the advertising were identically the same, and very naturally the Board recog nized the superiority of th Epi taph as an advertising medium and awarded it the contract. In the matter of the job printing, on the only item specified by the Board, (tax re ceipts) the Epitaph's bid was $4.50 per 1000 aud the Prospettor'...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 July 1888

TOMBSTOiSE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARTZOKA, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1888. 4- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.1 thbitobial fhcku. Governor C. MA 1U1''-K Secretary Jauksv- bxvmdS Amdltorlj. J. HAVfis. Attorney General--' RflttjrtioODldCH. Surveyor General Jo.'hJQ. His. Treasurer C B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. STIAVU. Delegate to Congress M. A. Swim Superintendent of Territorial Pnson Thos. Oath. CfKlHK t'UIKT Cklef Justice Jamks H. Wright. AMocktt Justices W. W. Porter, W. H. Bainu. MaTBICT COBKT Knt Judicial District W H. Barnes. Second Judicial District W. W. Porter. Tkira Judicial District. H. Wright. Ml TUB ITATW EriCEKS United States Marshal W. K. Meade. United States Attorney Owen J. Reuse. TCCt 1!B FtlCB iter A. D. D'JFF. iltr Fred. W. Smith. CMT9MM WICEBa Tucson jt B. Hamblmon. Toiabstone V. G Wilson. Nagales J. M. Wilson. CfcliNTY vrFirEBB Superrisors David Cohn. Chairman; F. U Moots and T. J. White. Members. Sherift J. H. Slaughter. Under Sheriff E. A. SHATTUCJC Treasurer...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 July 1888

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, -SATURD AT, JULY 14,1888. THE COUNTRY EDITOR'S WIFE. J OU bare heard of the country editor' life, With Its care and worry and doubt, Of the shabby genteel of his seedy clothes, Of his diamond pins, and his calm repose, His happiness, money and gout. But say, have you heard of the editor's1 wife? Of that silent co-partner, who, With a blending of sentiment, beauty and skill. With temperate knowledge, with tact and will. The whole of his labor can do? It is she who embroiders the garments w ora By the editor's hard old chair, Now dressed with cushions, soft and neat, And trimmed up with tidies and ribbons sweet, Which once was so poor and so bare. If the eMltor's sick, or away, or behind. In need of more hands and more haste, Bhe directs his wrappers so they can be read, And writes his leaders right out of her head, And willingly makes his paste. Bhe reads the magazines, papers and books, As the cradle she softly rocks; While the editor sits in h...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 July 1888

'', Bv. II ljR E; I flr I I "J?"-"'.-- ,lb,l' ' lUB'B Bbv ' ' ' ..- ' -- irr tsigMimini -JESrea S , -.,J VOL. IX. TOMBSTOKE, AKIZbtfAJIJivr 21, 1888 it if mm Miiiuigy Aisp zfA AwMii il w wr ' " . No:'5ilr: SUNRISE. The world I speaking- to me thU fair toorn. It roioa li sweet ud strong and manifold; It has freshness m of one new born, ItlewtodemaeoftoeekTownold.. - And I would catch It faintest undertone, The dreamy mumur of tUfWhlte lipped tea, The browtlng cattle with their ibadowi thrown To westward from the hillock on the lea. That aofetoed outline of the morning hill Again the shining of the eastern ky, The sunUe rapor- which the hollow Oil, The ehsdowa which athwart the Tapor lie. Ah, what can mean this manifold clear voice. Which speak and Vafc'mrteacer questioning! aeemi at flrrt to only say "JJolce," j Then come a doubt (it tay ,ome deeper thing. B. I. Horton la.Oood Words. THE TOW-MAN. It was wild, tocky. hilly country through which the 'path led, winding about -among bowl...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 July 1888

TGMBSTOWE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, SATUKDAY, JULY 2l. 1888. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. BEPPT &TE0K, Publishers. ' Feurth Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arisona. Subscription, one jear. .$4 oo CNTERCD IN THt KT OFFICE AS SECOND-CLMS MATTM. 0FFIO1AL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY Isn't'it'about time for the local poli ticians to wake up, or arc offices going a-begging this year? Tjie people of Arizona do not love Grover on account of the many carpet bagappointments hthas made. Eren the Albuquerque Democrat is complaining of the" wretched mail service the Cleveland administration is inflicting upon us Turn the fools out, and give the- rascals another.-chance will soon be come a popular cry. Ex-Governor John G. Downey of California, a life long Democrat, and as such ".well-known all over' the Pacific Coas(,has "publicly annoiincedthat he wilt vJjXragast and oppose with all power the-re-election ol Cleveland. The Prescott Courier says old-.timers in Arizona never q...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 July 1888

N V T0MBST02O: EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AEIZOWA, SATURDAY, JtJLT 21, 1888. Qtn&LL DffifDTORY. THBITOBIAI, OFFU'KKi- Governor C. M. Zulick Secretary Jamks A. Bayakd. Auditor. J. Hawkins. Attorney General--1 kiggs Goodrich surveyor uenerai uhn a. hisi. Treasurer C B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. STKAUU. Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Territorial Prison Thos. Gatm. CrlEMK COURT Chief lustier JAMES H. WatGllT. Associate JaiticaSW. W. Portek, W. H. aimm. UTR1CT CAl'RT nnt Imdldkl District W H. Baknes. Saoood Judicial District W. W. Portek. Tkird udicial District-. H. Wright. HUTU STATU! EFICKKa United States Marshal W. K. Meade. United States Attorney Owen . Reus. TCCMN KANE- 9FFICB JUfiMar A. D. D'Jff. Rocaiver Fmb. W. Smith. CfaTaMeH VFICCU Tucson j. B. Hambleton. Tombstone V. C Wilson. NoguUa J. M. Wilson. CfeliNTY mmCKU Supervisors Dayid Cohn, Chairman; F. L. MoMKaad-T. J. White. Members. Sheriff .'H. Slaughter. Under Sheriff E. A. SHATTUCK. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 July 1888

y T6WST0TE EPITA'PH'f TOMBSTONE, ARlZOWrSATnRli)AY, JULY 21,1888. -& -a Jb mem- -.rwe.ils.Mf,- 9eiifaxxuTrx mmnuaimtrie&$)t.t STORIES " ABOUT ; MEN.- " CSSSSST"" mmm aSa-SaMMR , i i Bow Osear - Wlldo - was Greeted By 'an American. Congressman O'Neill of Missouri Is free and easy and bluff in manner, notwithstanding marked ability and certain refinement. Last year be made a trip to Europe and formed the acquaintance of a young English actor on the steamer. The latter Tela tea that one day the congressman visited the house of com roons and going out on the river terrace,' where members and their friends sit and smoke during tho intervals between divisions and when some sixth rate speaker Is address ing empty benches, he found the actor and a, tall, Well built and fashionably dressed young man enjoying cigars together. Congressman O'Neill went over to his friend, who intro duced him to his companion saying: "Permit me to introduce Congressman O'Neill, qt Missouri, Mr. Oscar Wil...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 July 1888

".. i( f -..'! ' 3- W'rti ii ii rnr, TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, JULY 28, 1888. i Ti m NO.- 62. YOL. IX. .' -u. ' '1 ... I' ' .1.1.. IV II I I III III, II II 7)11 III. IL I .I y WP i III II ; At' I rfiL HlH -''!' ! i " . ' wm i LITTLE,, OV.lLUg. IhttoftwooUy'ibeevartrkneodeepia tho bm dow, Tk chmqr old oowt In b corn, 7toWUe.afcftetA i As they Itot for your feet, . Boy Bias I Boy Blue I As Uw lifo jrouctep In the morn. The UMle bird twtaon Vooujcn by the window And chirp to her young in the nest, And the butterfly's wings Are the daintiest things, BejrBhje! ItoySluel Wot Ws.drested himself all In his best. 1 Ike llttlevkrowo partridge, so brisk and so saucy OaUs btstto kit netabbor, MBoti White," VWWffiknK bd We, KyBhiel Boy-Bluel i J Answers, "Peas are not ripe no, sot quite (" 'Vhy7, eren the 3iiittS tui&fe-t are dancto And loud is the woodpecker's tap; He shakes hU small head Attbe wee on In bed, Bot Bluel Bor Blue I At tb laky boy taking his nap. ft roses' araValttngJihe fillet are ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 July 1888

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AKIZOA, SATURDAY, JULY 28s 1888. i". TOMBSTONE EHTaBI. . , ..'. . . . ' - KBPPY 4' PEOK, Publishers. . , i if. . Furth 'Street between Prejnont and Allen Tombstone'Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year. $4 oo CNTCDCP IN TH fOST OFFICE CCONO-CLS MATTES T "Ji FFIOIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY Candidate,,, come out of your shells, - You are evidently not a knight of the carpet,, Bogg.fj V- A I ,i , . , gi Oh, Grover, dear, I realfy fear That your boat can't pass the snags, Of the Warner letter, the pension vetoes, ' And the, return of he rebel flags, , A threr- .. -hundred-dollar fine consumes at least a week's profit in the newspaper business in Tombstone at the present time. . Democrat tariff tinkering with "one of California's principal industries is rtuin h 1 with Cleveland's chances of carry ing that state. The" editor df the Prescott Courier offers to bet his office on the result f the Presidential, election. Whohas a white elephant to put up...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 July 1888

s -a- it T1 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, AKIZOKA, SATXJEDAT, JULY 8, 1888. OFFIOIALjffiTORY. TERBITOKIAL FI'H'KIM Governor CC M. Zulick Secretary James A. Bayard. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Attorney General--l'KiCGS Goodrich. Surveyor General John A. HisK. Treasurer C. B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. Strauss. Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Territorial Prison Titos. GATtl. SirRKMK t'lll'RT Chief Justice James H. Whigiit. Associate Justices W. W. Porter, W. H. arnm. B1STMICT COURT First Judicial District W H. Baknes. Second Judicial District V. W. Porter. Third Judicial District J. H. Wright. CXITF-B 8TATEM OEFKEKS United States Marshal W. K. Mkadr. United States Attorney Owen . Rouse. TLC8AN 14NW OFFICE Register A. D. D';fk. Ktceier Frrd, W. Smith. CBSTOMH OFFICERS Tucson J. B. Hamhllton. Tombstone V. C Wilson. Ne-gales J. M. WlLSOW. Vi Ctol.NTV FFI F.K9 Supervisors David Cohn, Chairman; F. L. Moore and T J. White, Members. Sherifl j. Hi SLAUG...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 July 1888

( - ,T TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 28,1888. , LITTLE LAUGHS. The once flourishing town of Solitaire, hi Arizona, is now entirely deserted. The man who named the town builded better than hi knew. Norristown Herald. lime. Patti has decided to learn to play the banjo, and it at any time within the next two months a man with disheveled hair, a wild, haunted look in his dark oyes, buttons mis ing from his pants and socks that wear a neg lected appearance, is found wandering aim lessly around solitary places in Europe, hit name will probably be Nicollul. St. Paul Globe. . A bright newspaper woman in New York gained admission as a lunatic to an insane asylum and remained there a couple of weeks taking notes, which she worked up into a graphic newspaper article. It is- suspected that she deceived the physicians in charge, by wearing a fashionable bustle as large as a flour barrel and having her hair banged wjthin half an inch of her eyebrows. Norris town Herald. Na...

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