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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 September 1887

liiilsiiie ,- y VOL. IX. TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. NO. 6. THE POSSE'S RETURN. Arrival of Sheriff Mulvenon and Deputies. (From the Prcscott Cou.icr.) It was with a sense of great relief to the community, when on Friday night, news was received announcing the safe ty of Sheriff Mulvenon and his party. The conflicting reports concerning the Tonto Basin trouble, and the subsequent reported fight between the parties for whom warrants were issued and the. sheriff's party, in which it was said Mul venon and several of his deputies had been killed, had worked up an excitement that was felt through the entire country, and while not altogether believing that such a calamity as rumored had befallen the brave officers, it was tSfclcnt fliat a fight of some kind had taken place, but these rumors, circulated no one knows how, were happily dispelled when Sher iff Mulvenon telegraphed frem the Verde Friday night that he and his party were safe, and would be in Prescott the follow ing ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 September 1887

T.OMBSTOKE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,' 1887. WEEKLY EPITAPH. BEPPY 4 PEOK, Publishers. Ftnrth Street, Bet Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year. $4 oo Entered In the Tombstone postoffice as sec ond class matter. OTHCIU. P5BB OP COCHiSB COUNTY "There was enough water went to waste." Shades of Lindley Murray! but this is a long-suffering community. Are the Board of Supervisors aware of the fact that the law compels them to ad vertise for bids for stationery as well as other supplies? The reputable press of the Territory should unite in putting the kibosh on all wildcat mining schemes. The prosperi ty of Arizona depends upon It. . The Beard of Supervisors of Pima county have accepted the resignation of Sheriff E. O. Shaw, and appointed his brother, M. F. Shaw, to fill the vacancy. The Examiner, under the management ofW.R. Hearst, has far outstripped all its competitors in enterprise, though they are vainly endeavoring to ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 September 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTOltfE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. FIZZ, POP AND BANG." THE PRESENTATION OF P.0INT3 PECULIAR TO PYROTECHNY. How Spectaonlar Combustion Find a Market Fireworks No Longer Mouopo llied by tbe Fourth of Joly Collections for Corporation Celebrations. 1 0ne does not have to overhaul his mem ory to any great extent to reach back to the time when Independence day was the. one day of the year when skyrockets and pinwhecls asserted themselves as a sym bol of our country's greatness. Along in the fall, It Is true, when candidates for public office sought the suffrage-of their fellow citizens, the Roman candlo supple mented the oil torch as an adjunct of po litical processions. .But, as a general rule, the fireworks that wero not burned on Fourth of July night were carefully packed away for nest year. It is not so any more. Pyrotechnlo displays aro prom inent attractions at summer, resorts fall through the season, and the father of a family who takes his boys...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 September 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. BOB DARRACH'S STAGE LINE. Stage to connect with western -bouud train leave j at 3:30 p. m. aje to connect with eastern-bound train 1 eaves at 3:30 p, m. Stagt to connect with Guaymas train leaves at 7:30 a. ra. Stage for Charleston leaves at 7:30 a. m. BRAOSHAW'S STAGE LINE. Stage for Bisbee leaves at 1 p. ra., (except Sun days. ) Leaves Bisbee at 6 a, m. Office 406 Allen Street, under Occidental Hotel This paper Is kept on file at B. C. Dake'i Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Ex hange, San FrancUco, Cal., where contracts or advertlsments can be made for It. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Peto's Magic Corn Cure is an infalible remedy. Shetland ponies are being bred with much success in Colorado. Peto's Toothache drops, will cure ach ing teejh instantaneously. ' Climax chewing tobacco only 50 cents a plug at the Willows cigar store. Three new patents appear in this issue of the Epitaph, on the fourth page. Mr. Robert Ece...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 September 1887

T'TH.1 I.lA'AAIf i aoM a mas (IIJl . YOL. IX. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 17, 1887. 'KXX'Tr V!-- A TOUGH CONCERN. THE TORTILITA MINING COMPANY A New Way to Raise the Neceuary Working Capital for Property "Worth Millions." The following letter way received at this office last week. As there is nolliing confidential about the matter the corre spond is laid before the readers of the Epitaph in order to put them on their guard against what it considers a ques tionable concern. It may be barely pos sible the mines are good for small ones, though they do not bear any great repu tation in Pinal county where they are sit uated, but the idea of comparing them to the Silver King or the Tombstone mines is simply ridiculous. It is to be hoped the press of the Territory will unite in exposing all such concerns, for the injury they do to legitimite mining operations is incalculable. Whether they do or not, the EPITAPH is prepared to do its duty in the mailer. The following is the letter: Tortiu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 September 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBST02TE, AEIZOXA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, 1857. WEEKLY EPITAPH. EEPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Strset, Bet- Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise Connty, Arizona. Subscription, one year. $4 eo Entered In the Tombstone postomce as sec ond class matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY Hon. Washington Bartlett, Governor of California, died last Morday in San Francisco . It has been suggested that the Epitaph owes an apology to the Tor tilita Mining company. To-day's issue contains the first installment. w When one picks up the Nogales Record or the Tombstone Prospector and tries to decipher their hieroglyphics, he is in doubt whether or not Gutten bere conferred a favor on the human family by the discovery of printing. Our esteemed contemporary, with its accustomed enterprise, published on September 13th the detailed account, word for word, of the killing of Lee Ren fro, which the Epitaph gave its readers on the 6th of August. Comment is un necessary. Phil. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 September 1887

'"'-V "SF T.r'KtrVjT gFyy c-jr TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AETZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 188T. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. Governor C. M. Zuuck Secretary J amks A. Ha vard. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Attorney General V-riocs Goodrich. Surveyor General John A. Hise. treasurer i u. rtniin. Superintendent of Public lustructton- -C. M. STRAUSS. Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Territorial Prison THOS. Gates. SUPRHME COURT. Chief Iir.tlce-JAMES H. WRluHT. Associate Justices WL W. Porter, W. H. Barnes. DISTRICT COURT. First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. Second Judicial District V. W. Porter. Third Judicial District J. H. Wright. UNITED STATES OFFICERS. United Suits Marhal W. K. Meade. United States Attorney Owen . Rousk. TUCSON LAND OFFICE. Register A. D. DviT. Receiver Frkd. "W. Smith. CUSTOMS OFFICERS. Tucson I. B Hambleton. Tombs tone V, Nogales J. M. COUNTY OFFICERS. Supervisors David Cohn, Chairman; F. L. Moore and T. . White, Members. Shcrifl . H....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 September 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, 1887. DEATH'S FAIR ATTRIBUTES. life la the dreamy tleop, sad (toath miscalled-. true life; Its shadowed valley, spanned by faith, with light enrlfe; Its waters still, a stream down which we gently Kde, God's rod and staff our oars, fair angel hands our guide. Its garb a mantle whiter than the snows of earth, To robe the soul awaking into glad new birth; Its grave an open gate through whose dark por tals we Pass on to hope's fruition Immortality. Hannah More Kohaus. THE LAST MAN. -The light was well spent, and darkness wis near, when the enemy's attacks ceased on that part of the Federal line at Chlckamauga which was held by the troops under Thomas, on the second day. Between the left of these forces and that remainder of the array which had not left the field lay a long stretch of forest, effec tually cutting off the view between tho two points. Just at dusk there was borne across this forest a sound of rapid mus ketry, ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 September 1887

Siiiteiiw , I- TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887. YOL. IX. JTO. 8. OUR DESERT LANDS. NEW REGULATIONS FOR ENTRY. The Last Circular from Commissioner Sparks in Which He Places His Construction on the Desert Land Act. Depaktmenv of the Interior, Gunekal Land Office. Washington, D.C.June 29, 1887. ) Registers and Receivers, U. b. Land Office: Gentlemen: The first section of the act of March J, 1 S77, entitled: '"An act to provide for the sale of desert lands in certain States and Territories," provides for the reclamation of such lands by "conducting water upon the same." The second section orovides "that all lands exclusive of timber and mineral lands which will not, without artificial irriga tion, produce some agricultural crop, shall be deemed desert lands within the meaning of this act," and the third sec tion provides that "the determination of what may be considered desert land shall be subject to the decision and regulation of the Commissioner of the General Land Office." It...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 September 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, AKIZOrJA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24; 18S7. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. KEPPT & PEOK, Publishers. - ' - Fourth Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year ....$400 t NT IBtO IN THE POST OFFICE M ECOND-CLM MATTER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY Mr. Lathrop, United States minister to Russia, has resigned his position on ac count of ill health. General Slocum is favorably mention ed for the position of national com mander of the Grand Army of the Re public. The Texas fever is traveling east at a rapid rate it has reached Ohio and in vaded the herds of cattle browsing on a thousand hills in that State. Over $900,000,000 is now invested in the plains cattle business, and $150,000, 000 worth of matured cattle are disposed of annually in the East and Europe. Owing to the non arrival of trains and mails ye country editor has to depend largely upon his imagination for his facts to be presented to an eager public. The Bo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 September 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887. TOKENS. Each day upon the yellow Kile, tls said, Joseph, the youthful ruler, cast forth wheat. That haply, floating to his father's feet The sad old father, who believed him dead It might be sign la Egypt there was bread; And thus the patriarch, past the desert sands And scant oasis fringed with thirsty green. Be lured toward the love that yearned unseen. So flung and scattered ah 1 by what dear hands? On the swift rushing and Invisible tide. Small tokens drift adown from far, fair lands, And say to us, who la the desert bide, "Are you athlrstT Are there no sheaves to blndl Beloved, here Is fullness; follow on and And." From "Verses" by Susan Coolldge. AN APPLE WOMAN'S STORY Thim'a three cints apiece, sur, two fur five cints Baldwins they are the pick of the bar'l, an' as sound as ever growed. Thank yo, sir. Ami doing a good busi ness?' In gineral, I do there bo hopes of folks comes to these offices, an' they buys ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 September 1887

N TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARTZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887. CITY FINANCES. ARE TWO A MAJORITY OF FIVE ? The Way Our City Fathers Keep the Treasury Empty Some Startling Facts for Taxpayers. For some time past many persons taxpayers, holders, of city warrants and others who appear to h.tve no particular interest in the subject, have been mak ing inquiries about the finances of the city of Tombstone. And we have there fore nude inquiries at the various sources of information, with the following result: It appears that there are certain funds, established heretofore by the City Coun cil, for the payment of claims against the city, and on which warrants are drawn by authority of the Council, the char ter giving the Council authority to es tablish said lunds, and also giving them authority to take from the general fund to supply any deficiency that mty occur in the salary fund, and requiring salaries to be paid in cash. To understand what follows, it may be necessary to state ...

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

-v -V".. TOMBSTONE, AEIZON-A, OCTOBER 1, 1887. YOL. IX. NO. 9. J WATEll EIGHTS. THE LAW IN REGARD TO THEM. The Ironclad Measures Adopted by the Last Legislature to Protect the Honest Granger. CHAPTER I. RIPARIAN RIGHTS. (Appoved March, 10, 1887.) Sec. I. The common hw doctrine of Riparian Water Rights shall not obtain or be of any force or t fleet in tlU Terri tory. ( Took eff ct immediately.) CHAPTER II. IRRIGATING CANALS AND ACEQUIAS. Sec. I. All rivers creeks and streams of running water in the Territory of Ari zona are hereby declared public and ap plicable to the purposes of irrigation and mining, as hereinafter provided. Sec. 2. All rights in Acequais or irri gating canals heretofore established shall not be disturbed, nor shall the course of such Acquis Ije changed without the consent of the proprietors of such estab lished rights. Sec. 3. All the inhabitants of this Ter ritory wno own or possess arable and ir rigble lands shall have the right to con struct puolic or private ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH- REPPT 4; PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Stwef, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise Connty, Arizona. Subscription, one year $4 co tNTEWO IN THI fOJT OFFICE A) JtCOND-ClASJ MATTER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY The action of the Board of Super visors in making the Epitaph the official paper of the county, meets with very general approval especially so in the Epitaph office. An "Old Hassayamper" is defined to be a man who will neither work himself nor allow anyone else to work. Until such barnacles lose their influence, Mar icopa County will never experience those prosperous times which the magnificent county warrants. The Lordsburg, N. M., people know the value of advertising. In order to locate a newspaper thete, they gave Barnes, the editor, three town lots, took a whole page advertisement for a year, and subscribed for 600 copies for the same length of time. Col. C. P. Sykes, of Calabasas, once a mining operator, has been arrested in New York, on a charge o...

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

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AKIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1887. WORKING AND WINNING. rhou didst not wait to see the shadows Rather, The calm, sweet hush that tells the day Is done) But in the heat and toll of noonday, rather, The heights were scaled, the long-fought vic tory won. Carrie A. Spalding. FORGIVENESS. She hod been brought up in one of those families that live shut up in themselves and that always seem out of the way of everything. They know nothing about political events, notwithstanding they talk about them at table; for them changes In the government are matters which take place at such a distance, that thoy can only be spoken of ns historical facts like the death of Louis XVI, or the disembarking of Napoleon. The Savignols married their daughter Berthe at the age of 18. She married a young man from Paris, named Georges Baron, who was connected with the Ex change. He was a handsome fellow, talked well, had an exterior manner in all respects calculated to inspire confi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1887. ARIZONA vs. MONTANA. RULINGS OF SECRETARY LAMAK. When TowntlU Claimant! Fall to File a Protd Against the Issuance of a Mining Patent, They Virtually Waive all Claim to the Ground In Dispute. The SiiDreme Court of Arizona his formulated an opinion in a case invol ing the validity of the Mountain Maijd patent which seems to overturn the doc -tnnes heretofore enunciated by the Supreme Court of Montana in the Buttie Townsite cases vs. the Smoke Hous 2 Lode patent. The decision is published in full in this number. The Courts of the two Territories both clainj that their decisions are in accotcj with the decisions of the United Stated Supreme Court, so far as the oDinions of that Court bear upon the matter in dis pute, but the exact point at issue in these. cases has not yet been decided by that tribunal. Secretary Lamar has, however,, thrown the weight of his legal mind on the side of the Montana cases. After the Supreme C...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 October 1887

l-mj- IX. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, OCTOBER 8, 1887, b , V) m v y a -s, ya g ICIAL PROCEEDINGS. TOMBSTONI, Oct. I, 1887. fet pursuant to adjournment . m. Cobn, Chairman, and rank L, Moore and T. I . a? vote or tbe Board the ere allowed and KY FUND. If as treasurer $875 00 jaUry as clerk Oct. 1st.... 500 00 ' lary as rccor- cTTist 02? 00 A. R. English, salary as district attorney to Oct. 1st 75000 Wm. D. Monmonier, salary as clerktoOct. 1st 141 70 Florence Hemsath, salary as janitor to Oct. 1st 75 00 Joe Chinaman, saUry as cook at hospital to Oct. I st 40 00 Jas. Brown, salary as nurse at Hospital touct. 1st 25 00 Geo. Haenger, salary as steward at hospital to Oct. 1st 8000 E. C. Dunn, salary as county physician to Oct. 1st 15000 Tal Roland, salary as guard to Oct. 1st 120 00 Geo. Farnngton, salary' as jailer to Oct. 1st 15000 Dan Simons, salary as jailer to Oci 1st 25 00 Divi Johnson, salary as jailor to Oct. 1st 3500 Wm. Shilliam, salary as jailor to Oct. 1st 2500 T. J. White, salary and...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, AHIZOKA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 188T. TOMBE EPITAPH. BEPPT & twK, Publishers. Fourth Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Sub.-crl it ion, one year $4 co CNitoeo in 'hc pot ornct At UCONO-CIASS matter. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOBISE C0TO1Y Governor Zulick, in his correspondence with Grn. Howard, undoubtedly had the best "f the argument. Besides, the Gov ernor has shown a very proper spirit in the matter. They do beat thunder, these folks back East. The Mayor of Argonia, Kansas, has given birth to a boy, and a man in Minnesota has eloped with his mother-in-law. The Mayor, however, is a woman. It remained for a Tombstone Justice of the Peace to point out the unconstitu tionality of the quarantine law, and his reasonings are pretty generally consid ered to be sound. For logic and legal lore, we will match our Justice against nine-tenths of the Judges (with a big J) wno are sent here without the advice or consent of the people...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 October 1887

TOMBSTOIO: EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARTZOtfA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1887. lAL DIKEOTORY. UTORIAL OFFICERS. IC M. ZULICK f-jAUS A. Hataru. , J. IlAWKiriS. iencral-- rigos Goodrich. (General Toiin A. Hi si:. riC B. HlSTCR. Patendent of Public Initructton C. M. 5. ate to Consress M. A. SMITH. CTintentienl of Territorial Prwon Twos. SUPREME COURT.. Bhlcf Jmtice Jamks H. Wright. Associate Justices W. W. PORTER, W. H. DISTRICT COURT. First Judicial District V. H. BARNS'!. Second J udisHl District W. W. Porter. Third Judicial District J. H. Wright. UNITED STATES OFFICERS. United States Marshal W. K. Mf.aiik. United States Attorney OwtN J. KeusK. TUCSON LAND OFFICE. Register A. D. Dvff. Keciver FRtD. W. SMITH. CUSTOMS OFFICERS. Tucson--J. B Hamdleton. Tombstone V. C. Wtl-SON. Nogales J. M. Wilson. COUNTY OFFICERS. S'.pervisors David Coiin, Chairmanj F. L. MooREVdT. J. Whitf, Members. Shenfl- ! Slaughter. Under Sri'-E- A- miattuck. Treasur A. J- Hitter. RecoJtr W.T. Bradley. DisVict Attorney A. R...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH.: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1887. TWO MEAK-CER DAY. TO INTERRUPT WORK AT MIDDAY IS A GREAT MISTAKE. A Pernicious Custom of the Anglo-Saxon Race Streets of Overworking tlie Stom ach Benefits of Occasional Fasting. Tbe Chinese Habit. Now, soy that breakfast tirao it 7 o'clock. It takes a full hour afterward beforo it Is safe to intcrfero tho nervous energy cssctttinl to digestion. By 10 o'clock n healthy person ought to bo In good con dition for work. At about 1 1 o'clock tho air out of doors reaches tho highest point of purity, or in other words, tho oxygen In the atmosphere is approaching the max imum. It continues in this stalo until 1 o'clock p. m. Tho electricity following the sun is then at its height. So wo have at midday tho inner and outer conditions for tho greatest brain and bodily power. To interrupt work at such a timo is a mistako which tho Anglo Saxon rnco does not realize, becauso it has inherited tho custom of stopping to tako provisio...

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