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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 29 July 1882

K TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. VOiay Y. NO. 3. TELEGRAPHIC. UENKKAL, NEWS. Denver. July 22. Tho Denver aid New Orleans Railroad yesterday tiled a motion for an injunction against tho A. T. & S. F in tlie United States court hero. Tho mo tion was brought to compel the Santa Fe road to intorohange freight and passenger business with tho plaintiffs as it does with tho Rio Granilo. The motion was argued before Judge Ilallett, who docided it could not bo sustained. 1 he decision Is a tempo rary victory for-tho A.T. & S. F, and the Colorado pool. It practically settles tho original action, to compel a permanent interchange of business, now pending. Fast Halls-Indian 1'ollev. Chicago, July 22. President Gar rett, of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road, says negotiations regarding the fast mails are so far progressed as to cause a belief that a fast mail will soon be put on, which will materially reduce the time from Washington (o Chicago and St. Louis. It is stated the Ssorctary is pre p...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 29 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY J, 1S82. OFFICIAL JOUKNAI. OF TOMUSTONK PUBLISHED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Punishing Go Mamufl l'unly, Killtor and Slnun-xer. Office, 325 aud 3J7 Fremont Street, Totubetonc. Arizona. BiiBscnirTioN rnicx: Of ly .(JeUvsreil by rrler)....S5 cent per week. Dally, una year $10 00 Dally, Bix months 6 09 Dally.three months 3 00 Weekly, one year 5 00 vVeckly, six months S 50 Weekly, threo months 1 W PfKntcredat the Tombstone postofflccm sec ond class matter. For Delegate, to Congress, Granville H. Ourj For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Horton. TUr. T VRIFF COI13IISHIO.. The members comprising tho Tariff Commission have deoided to hold their meetings at Long Branch. The manufacturing and commercial, not to say agricultural interests of that port, render it peculiarly suitablo for the easy collection of the kind of knowledge that is especially needed in formulating a model and unex ceptionable tariff. Perhaps it will not afford sucli a...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 29 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. rOMDSTONK, ARIZONA, JULY 29, IS82 II IN VIM IT. ThSre camo toonr home on augcl. la very heavy disfruise He wore a couplo of moccasin, Had very small black eye HI person wa very dirty . Ills dra)cry very uuilean ; lint In his bolt bo carried a knife, And tb.it was bright and clean. lie said tho "Orcat Spirit" had sent him, Aud we all believed It was bo When he showed .is his U. S. ride. And told us hN naino was "1m," He wantou Hie best of our cattle The best of our horses, as well; for onrsclvc he'd take a few scalps oil. And send us to heaven cr hell. ilo hadn't much time to loiter; In a very few days must bo back Tack with the Indian Agents And do what Is called a "whack." Jtns. Cnrronn A Model Hpaulsli Jrnnlee. London Truth, June 8 J 'i ho Duke of Osuna, whoso death is annor.nced, was a curious spooi men of an old fashioned Spanish grandee. Ho had about fifty titles, many of them being historioal, for a Spanish grandcoship ran bo inherited throuch the icmalo line. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 29 July 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY 29. 1883 Hnnily Hob'M Ntnco Uuc. OlUce, Well's Fargo & Company's build tug. yucca leavu Tombstone for Conten tion at Ha. m. to connect with the eastern-bound Lruln and al 1 :U) p. ui. to connect with tho west ern hound train. Accommodation stage for Con tention will leave every day at" :30 o'clock a.m.aud 2:30 p. m., city time. Opposition lilno. N. Smith's Opposition Stage Ltneleavea Tomb atone every day at 8 a. m. and 1 :S0 p. m and con nects with the morning and evening trains at Coutcntlon. Fare, 81.O0. Mails. Eastern Mall Inclndlng all points east or Ben son closes 9 p. m. Western Mail Including all points west o n a on closes 11 :80 a, m. Money Order business closesJ3 p. m. Rtglster business closes 3:30 p. m. No Money Order or Register business transact ed after office hours. Xi:W lt.VIl.KO A I TI3IK TAHIii:. EASTWARD. San Francisco leave at 8:30 a.m. every day Los Angeles leave at 7 a. m. second day llenson leavo at 8:25 a.m. third ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 5 August 1882

& TOMBSTONE WEE LY EPITAPH. V0L.-1V. NO. 4. Ik, TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA,' A 'UST 5, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. TELEGRAPHIC. GKNUItAL NEWS. A Probable l.le. New York, July 29. A dispatch from Nutt station, N. M., says: Great excitement is caused in this vicinity liy the discovery of new deposits of extraordinary rich silver ore at Lake Valley, ten miles from here, in the Black Range, in an old shaft of the Sierra mine. A vein of chloride and horn silver" forty foot thick has been disclosed this week. Tho influx of prospectors is so largo that the hostile Apaches who committed numerous outrages hereabouts last year have fled from thoir conips and havo gone over tho border. Tho Atchison, To pekn and Santa Fo railroad company have-laid out a branch road from here to Lake valloy, and theruslr to the new mining district is increasing daily. A Terrible Hcouricr. Laredo, Tex., July 29. Advices from Matamoras, Max., are that a fever which has been prevalent there called malari...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 5 August 1882

Weekly epitaph. rOMHSTONE. AMZONA, AUGUST 5, 1882 UFi-IGIAL JOUKNAL OK TOSIl'STONK rUBLlSIIED BV TIIK Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Hamuel I'urdy. Killtor nnrt SlainiRer. Office. 3.J5 mid Sit Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arlsonn. HiiusoRtrrioK vrice: tit ly .UoKvsrod by tattler)... .25 cents per week. Bally, one. year...: $10 00 Dallysix month 5 jw Dally.threo months 3 w vVceB.ly one year UU Weekly, six months 2 60 Weekly, three months 1 o Eff-Entercd at the Tombstone postolllco as second-class matter. lr.OCKATie ilOUNTV CKSTIcAIj t'oiiwiTTKi: MEifrixu. rPHERK WILL BK A MEETING OP THE A Democratic County Central Commltteo held at the Conrthouso in Tombstone, on Saturday, the 13th day of August. S21, at 7 o'clock. P. St., to Issue a call for holding primaries to choose dele gates to a comity convention, and to apportion the delegates thereto. A full nttendanco Is re quested. . GEO. O. BERRY, Jy30 tf Chairman. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Oury. For Superintendent of Publi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 5 August 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, AUGUSTS, 1882. Nunily ISoIi'm Ntnso Line. Office, Woll's Farir.ii fc Company's bntlil Injr. tsUgi'n leaiu Tombstone for Conten tion at 5 a. in. In connect with the. eastern-bound train and al 1:U) p. in. to connect with the west ern bound train. Accommodation stage for Con tention w 111 leavo every day at7:30 o'clock a.m. and 5:30 p. m., city time. Opposition I.lnc. N. Smith's Opposition Stags I,ine leaves Tomb toneecryday at 8 a. m.and 1:30 p. in., and con nects with tlio morning and evening trains at Contention. Fare, SI. 00. Mnlls. Eastern Mall Including all points cast of Ben on closes 9 p. m. Western Mail including all points west of Ben on closes 11:30 a. ni. Money Order business closes 3 p. m. Register business closes! 'SO p. m. No Money Order or Register business transact J after office hours. m:w n il,hoai Tinv. tabu:. EASTWARD. San Francisco leave at 8:30 a. in. every day Los Angeles leave at 7 a. in. second day llenson leavo at 8:23 a.m...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 5 August 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A1UZONA, AUOUbTS, 18S2. CANDIDATES' CONVENTION. Tlio lteitulillcnu Club 'IoIiIh u Meet-in-Nnme IV t SchrmeH Hnt llown uii Ajul the I'coplc .lOHtlo 31 Hilly. As per lulveitiseuiciit, tlio Republican Club lit-lil a meeting at tbo Court houte Tuesday oenln. ThU h un organization of unilrmbUul pnternity, its functions being soniuwlial unJeflncil. It Is tlio general iJea tbat it is a stepping slouo to oftlco, the Htubitlous statesmen of tbe city en rolling tbcmselves under its banners for lnaclnno working. Grandmother Carr, who officiates as Mayor of Tomb atone, Is Chairman, anil Smoothey Quiglcy, tbe City Clerk, Is Secretary. Before the meeting was called to order tho secretary generously gave rermission to any aspiring sUtesmen to como forward and inscribes th'cir names on the rolls. Several Democrats in the rear thought it would be an excellent Joke to march for ward and sign, and it was accordingly done. Among the Republican acquisitions were Louis A. Satir...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 12 August 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLF EPITAPH. J VOL. IY. NO. 5. TELEGRAPHIC. GENERAL NEWS. A Monument r.ir u lleru. Chicago, August 5. It in propos ed; on the 23d of August, to hare a celebration at Ogdcn's Grove, to raiso funds for a monument to John Brown. The following, just received, is apropos: Saratoga, Cal., July 2?th To Mr. W.J. W. Washington Dear Sir: Your'letter to my mother oxtonding an invitation to attend the monu mental celebration on the 23d of August vas received yesterday. I hasten to reply. Sho is happy to ac cept an invitation to visit tho East once more. It has long been her great dsslre, so please accept her heartfelt gratitude and that of her children. (Signed) Sarah Brown. Gen. Logan, Congressmen Aldrich of this city, Cox of New York, and Doolittlo of Wisconsin, and Fred Douglass will also be prosent. Tho intention is tohold n similar colobra tion in all "the -jreat cities in tho United States, For-'which purpose an association is to be fornio 1 in every State, the general headqu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 12 August 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, AUGUST IS, 1882. KTICIAI. JOURNAL OK TOMHSTONE rUDUSnKD BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Naniuel rurtly. Editor and Malinger. OIHcc, 325 and 337 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. BiiBscmr-rioN price: n It .(dsl'.verod bv ranter).... 25 cents per week. Dally, ono year , $10 00 Daily, MX months....... 5 00 Dally, threo months 3 00 Weekly, one year 5 00 vVeckly, slxrnonths 2 50 Weekly, three months 1 50 tJT Entered at tho Tombstone postofllcoas sec ond class matter. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Oury. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Horton. Recent uovelopmonts in Tomb stone district, settle beyond doubt, in tho opinion of mining experts, the permanonoy of its mines. Croakers . have asserted that nothing would be found below the 500-foot level, and yet at COO feet, in tho Contention mine, one of tho richest bodies of ore yet discovered, is just laid bare. Thero is a reported rioh strike in tho Vizina, at the same le...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 12 August 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMJb'lONK. ARIZONA, AUGUST IS, 1S8J. OALA1JASAS CLASSICS. Thieves. Stonl from Each Other and hut Occurred Thereby A lUoly HiiootiJiK craio A 81000 Haul, u Deputy Nhcrlfr Italnc- the Victim. Perhaps Ibcro is no spot in the United blates w hero tho spirit of deyillry and puro t'ussedncss have so much pluy as in tho I'Mrcmo southern wing of Pima county, hugging tho State of Sonora. Ever since tho building of the Arizona and Now Mexico railroad 'began, a wild, woituless pack of outlaws from every quarter of. tho jilobe have been gathering along its lino. I ho Sonolta valley, mado beautiful by na ture, lias been irrigated with blood from end to end. Men who wcro as ready to be killed as they were to kill, and women whosa faces wero not shiouded wi'U a blush for years mado Tar Flat, Crittenden and adjoining camps their headquarters. Wot, robbery and bloodshed was tho order of days, muider an amusement, and doyil tiy that would puzzlo hell to reproduce or omnipotence to du...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 12 August 1882

rf WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, AUOUBT 18, 1681. JIOXIJMKXTAI TAFFY. Wo find the following suggestive paragraph going the rounds of tho press for the past few weeks: Happersberger lias been awarded tho first prizo for u design for tho Garfield monument. Tho design in. eludes a pedestal raised on tho baso of a gently ascpiming snips, vju theso is a seatod figure in bron.e of Amorica, leaning on u sword and 'showing sorrow in her face and posi tion. Tho sides of the pedestral hold eagles, tho first guarding tho emblem of war and commerce, and the second watching over tho flag and slnold of tho country. Surmounting the podi ment is a bronco statuo of Garfield ton fcot in height, firmly poised, and to which havo been given both dig nity and likoness. Tho inscription on tho pedestul is: James Abraham Garfield. Strangulatuspro Republi- ea." The insciiption on the pedestal is no doubt artistic. Uappoisbergcr got a prizo foi tho design, and that sottlo" the artistio part of it. There...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 19 August 1882

Ttvritorial Library I'l'cscott A T TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. h rj h VOL.-IV. . NO. 0. TELEGRAPHIC. GEN13KAT-. NEWS. Tho Drcndcd Sooursc Washington, August 12. Tho Surgeon General has a dispatch from Colleotor Goodrich at Brownsville, saying that tho first caso of yellow fever occurred at Matatnoras a month ago and was introduced through Bagdad, Mexico, by railroad tramps from Tampico. Tho averago daily deaths in Matatnoras for tho past ten days will bo twonty. Tho diseaso appeared at Brownsville fourteen days ago, deaths ten or twelve. Sev eral distinct types of fever prevail in both cities. No new developments to-day. The disease is in statu quo; 02 cases here. Brownville, Aagust. 12. Two new cases to-day. No deaths. Cor tinas Ranoh, twelve miles from hero, has fivo cases; Matatnoras has COO case; threo deaths to-day. Almost Jjynchcd. Taylorville,- 111., August 12. Tho primary hearing in tho caso of tho men charged witli an outrago on Miss Bond, a school tcaohor at Blue Mound, is c...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 19 August 1882

Weekly epitaph. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, AUGUST 19, 18W XKW RAILROAD TIMK TARIK. EASTWARD. Ban Francisco Uave tt S:M a.m. OTery day Los AocIm ItaveatTa. m. second day Bouson , levatS:i5a. m. third day Doming IctTi t 8 p. m. third day Kanau City leavaat:30p. m. sixth day bt. Ltils Uave at 7 p. m. sixth day haw York arrive at 10:80 a.m. elfith day WESTWARD. Nw Yetk leave at 8 p. m. every day St. L.ui leave at 8:50 a.m. third day Kiusoj City. ........lcavo at 10:15 p. si. third day Of mint leave at 7 a. m. alxth day Benson leaveatS:4?p. m.ilxthday Tnaeon leave at S:S0p.n. sixth day Los Angtlea laveatS:15p.n.ssventnday fan Frauilsa. arrlv. al 3:35 p. in. eighth day i .11' II I 'I Malls. Eastern Mall Including all polnta east of Ben a oloscs V p. m. Western Mail Including all polnta west of Ben on doses 11:30 a. m. Monty Order business .loses t p. in. Itegfstsr baalnaaa cloiea 1:36 p. m. No Monay Ordaror Register onilnaae transact- 1 aft.roBlc. hours. Ouu morning contemporary o yes terday, in...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 19 August 1882

4 w- WEEKLY EPITAPH. roMus'roNi:, Arizona, august id, issj. ui iriAi, jouknai. or tomdstonk PUBLISHED BY THE EpUaph Printing and Publishing Go M.iiivH I'ttrdy. Cldltor and Malinger, UlUco, 835 an J 337 Fremont Street, ' Tombstone. Arizona. miBRORirnoN ruicz; ). y jtdul'.vared Dy wrier). ...25 cents per week. fMlly, ono year $10 00 Daily, mi moutlis 5 00 Onlly.throo months 3 00 Weekly, ono year 5 00 Veeldy, six months - M Weekly, throo months 1 BO IW Ktitcrcd (it the Tombstono postolUco as sec-oad-clasg matltr. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Onry. For Superintendent oi' Public Instruction, W. B. Horton. MEETING OP DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Tlie Democratic Committee met Satur day evening Aug. 12tb, at 7 o'clock, with n lull attendance. Upou motion, the primaries for the elec tion of delegates to the nominating con vention, were designated to bo held, in (he various piecincU, on the second day of September, oetween the hours of 12 in. and 7 p. m., and tho Convention on the ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 19 August 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. T0M1I8T0NE, AHIZONA, AUOUST 19, 1832. KEPUBLIOAN CONVENTION. JPaslin ltlbbto e Away With the Delegate) A Itathcr Tamo Amilr Tho lelezatcN Oliosen Speech or the Village Itlncksmltli. Tho Republicans of Cochiso couuty met iu convention at the Court IIouso Ht two o'clock Saturday afternoon. It was a motley assemblage, well calculated to adorn a cross-roads pow-wow. There were some men participating who would bo a credit to any gathering, but there were others who would dignity tho namo of American citizen by crowding them, selves into a very small space whero nobody could see them. About an hour before tho assembling of the convention, stragglers began to trail along in the direction of Fremont street. As the EriTArii building is located close to tho Court House, orders wcro immediately given to pluco a closo watch over tho cash drawer until tho ltads had dopartcd. This being doue, a com missioner was sent to note the proceedings. Tho side walk in front of the court hou...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 26 August 1882

'MBSTONE EPITAPH. w Jji Jjj m JLi Jl VtOj -1Y. NO. 7. ELEGRAPHIC. GENERAL. NEWS. Troublo Anticipated In Sonorn. Tucson', August 21. Advices from Guaymas, Sonora, of tho 19th, says: Tho Mexican transport steamer Mexico is oxpected daily at Guay mas with General Carbo and Ex-Governor Torres, with an escort of five hundred federal troops. The general rumor throughout, tho stato is that they come for tho purposo of over throwing tho present government, of which Governor Carlos Ortez is at the head. It is well known that the governor has of late been organiz ing companies in all tho towns of the State, and at Alamos he has eight hundred national guards under arms, with two Gatling guns. He has four thousand stands of Remington guns, with largo quantities of ammunition. Gen. Carbo and Governor Ortez have for a long time been abusing eaoh other through tho papers of Mexioo, and there is a terrible feeling exist ing, whioh will ultimately end in a duel or a general revolution in Son ora. In...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 26 August 1882

VYEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, ATJCIU9T 20, 188J. OKFICIAI. JOUKNAI. OF TOMBSTONK TUDLISIIED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Ma.nt.el l-unly. Editor and Manaser. Omce.325and31T Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona, iiTBucmrnoN tbicb: lis it .(delirsred tj carrier).. ..25 cents per week. Bally, one year.. . w Dally, six months " XX DaUy.thrce months i JX Weekly, ono year.. rx Weekly, six months r j Weekly, three months x w eJ-Entercd at tho Tombstone postofflcc as second-class matter. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Oury. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Horton. Tuk Independent's yocaoy of Granville II. Oury f-jr Delegate to Congress is manl", aIKi t0 ti,0 pojnt. Tho contrast oetWeen the nominees of the tWj parties is great, and all in favor of Mr. Oury. Ho fought his v'sy through all tho hardships and vicissitudes of early Arizona life, and by merit slono won tho highest gift in the hands of tho people, among whom his tent has boon pitched for ove...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 26 August 1882

t IncHlallom r II. Staco i Ton lluaclincii. at 2.JH . Wed- Mays and Fridays i ITiarleston, nereioru unu disdco. 0 1)1)0 K. Smith' Opposition "ne leaves Tomb- tono every day at 8 a. m. and 1:8U n. m.. and con nect with tho morning and evening trains at Uoutcntion. Fare, 81.00. Eastern Mall including all points cant or Ben ion closes 9 p. m. Western Mall Including all point weft of Men on closes 11 :30 a. in. Money Order bnilness closes 3 p. in. Register business closes 3:30 p. m Mo Money Order or Ueglstor business transact- alaftoroflico hours. XKW ltAlIil(UAI TIME TARIiF.. EASTWARD. Sin Frnncltco loavo at 8:30 a. m. every day Los Angeles leave at 7 a.m. second day IJenson lcavo at 8:25 a.m. third day Doming leave at 8 p. m. third day Kansas City leave at 6:30 p.m. sixth day fct. Louis leave at 7 p. m. sixth day New York arrive at 10:30 a.m. eighth day WESTWARD. Now York leave at 6. m. everyday St. Louis leave at 8:50 a. m. third day I itaustlB vj,,........ivtiio oi vti y. m. iuuu ua...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 26 August 1882

Wvmm Epitaph. TOMBSTOKK, ARIZOSA, AUGUST 28, 16SJ Thk imprisonment of Edward Dwyer Grey, High SherifF of Dublin and a popular Irish parliamentary leader, will not havo a toiidency to pacify the turbulent elemonts in the Green Islo. Mr. Grey is merabor of Parliament for Carlow, was tho last Lord Mayor of Dublin, and is at present high sheriff of tho county. Ho is also proprietor of tho Free man's journal, tho most widely cir culated and influential paper pub lished in Iroland. Ho published a letter in his paper giving a well sub stantiated account of a jury bomg drunk that were sitting on an impor tant political case. Mr. Groy was arrested, tried in indecent haste, and sentenced to three months' impri sonment and a fine of 500. He was given no chanco to defend himself and was hustled off to jail preciptiously. Tho Irish members of Parliament mado an inquiry in the House of Commons relative to the arrest, but were all summarily suspended. Under such circum stances it is not difficult ...

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