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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 16 January 1882

Weekly epitaph. t Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. .JANUARY J8. 18S5 This Page is from the Dailv of Sunday, Jan. 15. THE IRON SIi.VKIt MIXR. Thero is a lesson to bo learned by prospectors from a perusal of the fol lowing concerning the celebrated Iron silver mine, at Leadville, which obtained a national reputation from its hard fought contest against the Smuggler, which company undertook to smugglo a portion of its ground. Those interested in mines around Tombstone should mako a note of the fact that the Leadvillo Herald, from which this account of the Iron mino is taken, says it is the most ox tensivo around Leadville, and wc will add that it is superficially, the largest of any in the United States. In richness it dos not, however, compare with the Contention, and only equals in dividends, Grand Cen tral and Tombstone There is no question that the Iron Silver mino is the most extensive of any mine about Leadville. Mr. Sto vens showed wonderful judgment in locating tho claims ...

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. — 23 January 1882

mttmbgttmt VOL. IL-NO. 36. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, JANUARY 23.J&M, IS 33. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. mm IV EEKIY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. AJUZONA..JANUAHY 23. 1882 This Page is from the Dailv of Saturday, Jan. 21. Pennsylvania is ablo to soil four per cent state bonds at 107 one of the effects of a good credit through untarnished hovor. won Fnoit the compiler, Edward P. Ahem, wo acknowledge the receipt of a copy of tho Combination Min ing Directory, being an alphabetical list of mining, milling, investment and development companies of New ' York, Philadelphia and Boston, for 1883. Weir Jlexlco anil Texas. Vrom tho El Paso Lldk. Several new mining out fits left the city latt evening for mines in Mexico. Wo notice that quite an amount of El Paso capital is being put in tho mines of tho interior of Mexico. Deputy United States Collector Hines, of Socorro, made quite an im portant arrest on last Saturday. For some time past it has been sus pioioned that everything...

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. — 23 January 1882

WEEKLY EPITAEH. fr Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA..JANUARY S3, 1882 This Page is from the Dailv of Thursday, Jan. 19. Legitimate mining pays. The only surprising thing in tho Gniteau trial is that ho lias not yet asked to bo appointed foreman of tho jury. An investment in a thoroughly re liable mine will give larger returns than can bo received from any other business. The Philadelphia North American, a republican journal, says: If the telegraphic dispatches from Washington correctly report tho evi dence in the Congressional investiga tion of the alleged abuses in the Treasury department during tho ad ministration of Secretary Sherman, the exposure is lamentable as well as disgusting and disgraceful. Al though at first supposed to bo potty persecution, it rises steadily in mag nitude and importance as a gross abuso of publio trust. A correspondent of tLo Chicago Tribune, writing from Kansas, says tho stringent prohibitory law of that state is not the success that Gov. St. John...

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. — 23 January 1882

fflEELY EPITAPH. rOMIWTONK. ARIZONA. .JANUARY IB. 1BSJ & Six-Pago Edition. Tli is Page is from the Daily of. Wednesday.. Jan. 18. Wohk h&sbeep commenced on tho Mexican Qentral raiiroad depot at Paso del Norte. v The bullion product of Utah terri tory for 1881 is given at $10,000,000, against $0,000,000 in 1880. A man running for office in Texas Was detected drinking water, and was defeated by the largest majority ever known in that district. The accounts from tho Santa Ritas continue favorable. It has been ar ranged to continue development on several of tho properties in Temporal Gulch, and the prospects are fair that we are to have two or more rich pro ducers. At the annual meeting of tho Sil ver King company, held last Friday, the following officers were elected: J. A. Barney, president; J. L. Jones, vice-president; James M. Barney, treasurer and general manager; R. M. Phillips, superintendent; Joseph -Nash, secretary. Directors: W. H. , Stanley, Aaron Mason, James M. Barn...

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. — 23 January 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, AIUZOA..JANUAHY 23. 181 This Page is from the Dnilv of Tuesday, Jan. 17. LOCAL SPLINTERS. Ore oC fine grade has been struck in three new places on the surface of the Sun set mine. The vrest-bound express train was four hours late on Saturday, owing to storms along the line. Asms from the recently-discovered cross-ledge of the Side Wheel on Military Hill return $101.71. The purehaso of the Contact by George Hearst gives the owners of property in that section renewed life and energy. We are pleased to chronicle tho conval esence of our genial fellow-townsman, J, A. Kelly, from an illness nearly resulting fatally. Mr. E. T. HARDr,of,Bisbeo. is stopping at the CosnTopolltan. Mr. Ilaidy ,1s one of the leading business, men of the great copper camp. - .Cat?. W II. Seauans has returned from his holiday visit to his family in Oakland. We welcome the captain back to his post of duty again. The caso or Samuel Gillam, arrested for malicious mischief...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 23 January 1882

? IffEEKLf EPITiPH. TOJIBSTONK.'ATllZONA.. JANUARY ls I JSP Six-4age Edition. '".this Pas is from the Daily f. of FKday. Jan. 20. XThe El Paso Link is one of the t Levsiest papers -that coinus to our J fcblo. - j The prodict of the Ontario silver & nino fpr thre days of this month jpas 127)225 assay value. Thk Florida orange crop this year is said to be the largest ever grown in the State, reaching not less than 85,000,000 bushels. Says the New York Tribune : " The brains of the democratic party were always located in the southern "wing, and it is the southern demo cratic statesman who is the first to perceive that the party has no fu ture." A cyclone in the upper and lcwer Ojai valleys last Thursday blocked the roads in somo places with the J-trunks of large oak trees and destroy ed ten barns and four houses. The storm is said to bo the worst ever known in Ventura county. Los An gelas Commercial, 17th. It is asserted that silk may be used I witH' p-reat advantage for encasinsr ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 23 January 1882

v i X t 6 . ffEEKIY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. AR1ZONA..JANUARY 23. 1882 & Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Daily of Sunday. Jan. 22. DIVIDEND AMD ABSKM8HKXT MINES. The following tables of dividend paying and assessment companies for the past year is taken from the compiled statement prepared for Ahern's Combination Mining Di rectory, and is probably the most complete statement on record. It is a flattering showing for Arizona and other new camps against the hopeless prospect of roalizing from invest ment in Comstock scrip. Dividend. ARIZONA. Copper Queen 1150,000 Grand C.ntral SUO.OUO Silver King 875,000 Tip-Top 11X1,000 Tombstone WO.000 Vl-lna 40,000 Western 850,000 $2,185,000 CAUrOHNU. Black Bear $ 30,000 Oold Stripe 67,000 Great Western, Q. 8 25,000 Oreen Mountain 100,000 Idaho 2J0,S50 Inyo. Consolidated 25,000 Mafalla 15,000 Napa Con. Q. S 90,000 New York 11111 100,000 Plumas Knreka 135,469 Plumas W. & M. Co 7.500 Quicksilver Mining Co 525,331 HlslncfSun 25,H75 Sierra B...

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 February 1882

I i J V v . gpitapl) ..rt I .. , . B .... i i .A.j..iiAm' .-?- ..'zmAms & OLIl III IliHiiil il V VOL. II.-NO. 84. WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONK.AHIZONA.FEUKU.UtY 13. 1SS3 This Page is from the Dailv of Sauurday, Feb. 11. THK IUTV OV OUJC GOVKICNOlt. Under the abovo caption our con temporary in its issue of yesterday "insidiously attaoks in n covert man ner an incoming governor who has not yet received his commission. It i hard to believe that a publio jour- will be so unjust, but if this is the intent of the article, it is en- hly devoid of meaning. The cast- ' of a cloud of imputation over an :ial who has not had an opportu- to show his intentions, is a pre- fgment that? displays a bigoted mus or a narrow mind. It has in said that some men when they will be buried in a coffin three Ehes wide. We believe it. Tho ministration of Governor Fremont s notoriously inefficient, and' tho tioism of tho Nugget thereon is 11 merit d; but by what right does udge the incoming a...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 13 February 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. g Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE.ARIZONA.FEBRUARY IS. 1882 This Page is from tho Dailv of Thursday, Feb. 9. lUlOJUT ACTIO.V. Tho timo has arrived when the business men of Tombstono and the owners o large mining interests should promptly unito in furnishing tho necessary funds to carry on a short and vigorous campaign against ronegado Indians that aro lurking in the fastnesses of the Dragoons and perhaps tho Chincahuas. Whether these aro Indians who hare recently left San Carlos, or a portion of the band that left the reservation last fall and are skulking back, cannot be determined. Tho experience of recent campaigns is too fresh in tho minds of the citizens of Cochise county to allow them to beliove that any vigorous action will be taken by the military. To equip and main tain in the field for a period of ninety days a company of twenty-fiTe scouts, independent of pay for their services, would probably requre $15,000. If our moneyed men will advance this amount for suc...

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 February 1882

r f ta'i -a - s&.neagmsaa ia -1 S 1$ 3 Z2JS r J' t if 3 , V in HEEXy J3KTTAEH.J f'IS- TON K. ARIZONA FEMHT VKY It, 18SJ t3r Sis-Page Edition. This Pago is from the Daily of Tuesday. Feb. 7. SECURITY OF COUNIY flECOflDS. It is mimiftbt that th.-io N a great disregard of duty souievvht re con coining tlio soouiity of tins official records of tins county. Tlio clerk's office is in close proin ity to frame buildings which, in case of sud.len conflagration, would almost certainly render it impossible to promptly re move the papers from his office to places of seourity. The amount of enso and troublo whioli tlio do- ruction of tho clerk's records and jrs would causo is scarcely calcu- If this bo true as regards tho rccorcis in mo ciens s uuicu, it. is emphatically more so with regard to tho records of tho county recorder's ofiico. In tho latter's case the loss would, in numerous instances, be irre parable. Tho board of supervisors should not hesitate to make- immedi ate and thorough p...

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 February 1882

3ar: i?"Spft-'V S --zsn W V Cafj 1 ' ' ' l ' n. f- K.l E"-. WEEKLY EPITAPH. Sis-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, AltlZONA.FEBHUAKY 13. 1883 This Paso is from the Dailv V of Wednesday, Feb. 8. Uar silver was quoted in London on the 30th ult. at English standard. per ounce, Tux Railway World, the reported organ of tlio Pennsylvania railroad, ays that the railroad war is settled beyond question. V A London journal makes the start ling statement that during- 1881 no less -than 2039 vessels wero lost at see, arid that in them was sunk prop- 'wty estimated at the valuo of , 000,000. Of this sura $180,000,000 j,WW owned by British people, at homo v" win the colonies. Off the coast of ,.tMBritish Isles 280 ships were lost, 2tBrM'-iburths of which belonged to native owners. J bills "NftT. Ipsa than twnnt.v.flvrt peeking to change in one way or an other the money system of the coun try have' been introduced sinoe con 'gless met. Not more than five of them have any merit. The lot serves one good purpo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 13 February 1882

I : 5 ,g- fEEIQACEPITAPH. t'OMBSTONK. AKlZOMA.FKllUUAnY H, 183 ? Sis-Page Edition. rhis Pace is from the Daily of Friday. Feb. 10. Lakkix G. Mead, tho Vermont soijptor, has ibeen elected to a pro fesiorship in tho Florentine Acade my of Fine Arts. Ciiolkka lias broken out' among tb swine, and a now and fatal cattle kease are ioint aflliotions of bbraska farmers. Bismarck says to the German Ltchstag, " Wiiholm is king and I his interpreter; what are you go- Ig to do about it?" Thkrk will bo more political slates bj-oken in Pennsylvania during the present year than at any correspond ing period of its history. An Arkansas story has it that Dor sey has been so drained by the ex penses incident to the star route prosecutions that he has had to mort gage his cattlo ranch. It is estimated that 378,151. per sons are employed in coal mines in Great Britain, exteuded tover at least 58,744 miles. Tho greatest depth of the coal mines is estimated at 2,800 feet. In Washington Mr. Carl Sohurz is ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 13 February 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, AU1ZONA.FEDKUAUY 13, J88S t Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Daily of Sunday. Feb. 12. THAT LITTLE MAX FKOM CHINA. Senator Miller's bill to suppress Chinese immigration, as reported re cently from the committee, providos that from and after the, expiration of sixty days next after the dato of its enactment, and until the expiration of twenty years from the sime dato, tho. coming of Chinese laborers to the United States shall bo suspended, and that " during such suspension it shall be unlawful for any Chinese laborer to come, or, having so come after the expiration of sixty days, to remain within tho United States." The Chinese are the least desired immigrants who have ever sought the United States. They came in with the famous Burlingamo treaty, which angled for tho trade of tho celestial empire, but caught tbe almond-eyed Mongolian with his pig tail, his heathenism, his filthy habits, his thrift and careful accumulation of savings to bo sent back t...

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 February 1882

ifp Wmbgbmt trt1ftlrtlh V VOL. II.-NO. 86. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 20, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA.FEBRUAUY 20, 1884 laP Six-Page Edition. This Pace is from the Duily of Saturday. Feb. 18. THE TRADE UOINU EAST. As tho Epitaph predicted early last iprinjr, the tide of trado has be gun to set in eastward in a volume quite as great as at that time fore shadowed. Early in December A. C. Sloau, representing the McCord & Naf Mercantile company, of Kan sas City, Missouri, paid Tombstone a visit and received small orders for sample goods from our leading mer chants, as an experiment. The goods came promptly to hand and met the expectations of the purchasers. When Mr. Sloan returned the mid dle of January, orders largely in ex cess of the first were made, and thus far we have heard no complaints, but have heard one large dealer speak in high terms of the quality and prices of purchases. It is but a question of time when most is not a...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 20 February 1882

Weekly epitaph. fOMBSTONK. AniZON'A.VKBnUARri3.l88'l l& Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Daily of Thursday. Feb. 16.' "OVR COUItT HOUM"." Under the above caption the Tuc son Citizen gives the appended ac count of tho construction of Pima county's now official palace, which reminds the Epitaph that tho board of supervisors of Cochiso county, have, as yet, taken no steps toward the'erection of a court house for this county. At tho first session of the board, after the creation of the county, a plan embodying all the re quirements of a permanent com munity was adopted, and it was hoped, at that time, that tlit struc ture would, ere now, have been well along toward cqmplction. The question of titlo to a suitable lot bar red tho way for immediato ac tion, and tho matter rested. Suoh condition of affairs does not now stand in tho way of carrying out their original plans. Besides the ro moval of this obstaclo the board has sold thirty thousand dollars, worth of bonds upon which ...

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 February 1882

WKHKISJSS S SSSJ Edition. This Pneo is from the Daily of Tuesday. Feb. 14. JjKT the WORK OF o ox. RKFOIt.1I Mayor Carr, backed up by the oity counoil, has started in upon a com prehensive system of reform in rela y tion to tho finanoes of tho corpora tion, which if they persist in carrying out in detail "will bo a great relief to the ovcrburdonod tax-payers. That they have and will receive strong opposition from those drawing pay from tho publio treasury is not at all j .trance, nor unexpected. This faot, hqwevor, should not deter them from a straightforward and persistent ef fort to effeot tho relief thoy stand pledged to tho people to bring about. They propose to make alf tho offices salaried, and whatever fees thore.may now be attaohed to the various posi tion?, either abolish them or cover them into the treasury. So far as the completion of tho licenses and kindredrsourcesof revenuo has pro gressed, it appears that it amounts to not less than $10,000 per year, which, , .added to...

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 February 1882

WEEIOiYJLPITAPH. & Sis-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE.AIUZONA.FEBRUARY 13. 1882 This Pago is from the Dailv of Wednesday, Feb. 15. sioitr. vvox Tin: h.vjie huiukct. In an editorial yesterday morning, in rolat'on to tho necessity for re form in municipal affairs, wo mado tho typo say that tho license list footed up 10,000. This, wo thought at tho timo, a very largo tax to be collected off tho business men of a city not exceeding 6,000 people. Had this boon tha whole truth, it would have beon bad enough, but being only a half-truth it becomes still worse. Wo' were shown, yes terday, a statpmont (not yot com plete, howover,) showing tho rovonuo that ought to bo colleoted from tho various business callings and occu pations subject to city Hconse, and the footing stood $2G,4G0. This sum alone, If closely collooted and cer tainly not over 5 per cent need go delinquent ought to run the ma chinery of a city government like ours. When this stupendous bur den is largely duplicated by county and ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 20 February 1882

" WEEKLY EPITAPH. SisPage Edition. TOMBSTONE.AIZONA.FKnnUABY 20. 1882 i This Page is from the Dailv of Friday, Feb. 17. CIIIXKHK XEW-VEAK. This morning's sun ushered in the beginning of a new yoar to that hoary old Mongol empire whoso pop ulation is like the lico of Egypt past enumeration. It is claimed by some that tho Chinese havo a direct history dating back over 'a oycle of 4-i-,000 years. Whether this be true or not, it is old enough in fact so old that under one conorcto form of government it rules over one-third of the entire human family. Taking the mean of the estimates by writers on the Chinese empire, the p.opula tion numbers 410,000,000, one-tenth of whom draw their sub3if tanco from the wator ocean, lakes and rivers. So dense is the'population that mil lions might emigrate every year and never be missed from that teeming land of humanity. It is but a mat ter of time when the question of subsistence "will force upon its rulers the necessity for an outlet to this steadily...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 20 February 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. 00- rOMBSTOXE.AKIZONA.FEBRUARY 20. 188J This Page is from the Dailv of Sunday. Feb. 10. IX TIIR BACECnOUSB. An Arizona paper montions tlio fact that eastern merchants control the bulk of the Arizona trade, and attributes it to tho fact that eastern people are energetic in drumming up trade, while these of California arc apathetio in the mutter. This is nows to us. "We supposed tho San Fran cisco drummer found Ins way every where th's side of the noutral lino on the Rocky mountains. The eastern drummer crosses that lino and invades the domain of tho California com mercial traveler; but tho California man seldom finds his way east of the Rockies, and, if tho Arizona paper is correct he does not thoroughlycanvass the field that ought to bo his own by right of vicinity. Tho trade of all the region lying west of tho Rooky mountains ought to bo controlled by this city, and it does not speak much for San Francisco mercantile enter prist, when eastern merch...

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. — 27 February 1882

She iliiinu'ihinr Spifapb ; VOL. II.-NO. 86. tf EHagLY EPITAPH. tar- Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA.FEBRUARY 27. 1882 Allnex aud SUnlng. From the Prcscott Courier. ' Mr. B. C. Smith, of Lynx crook, was in town yesterday. He said that ho had not yet started his hydraulic mine. The weather has been so cold in tho mountains that the water has not been coming down in sufficient quantities to make much headway. With tho coming of warmer weather these mines will be started, and the prospects are excellent for a long continued yield. A party of mining capitalists have been doing the Black Hills range re. cently. Mr. Kelly showed us to-day a pro file map of Irs mammoth lead on Silver mountain, tho handiwork of our artistic fellow-citizen, Col. Big elow. This pledge is, in extent, one of the largest on this coast, having an average ascertained width of two hundred feet, and containing through out ore of sufficiently high grade to bo profitably worked. We are informed that Hon. W . M. B...

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