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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

imliffi Hi- i UIm WJ . VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. i8qi NO. iiS1 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.C.BAcn 8UB8CIMPTIOX KITES: One year. ?4 00 Six months 2 60 Delivered by currier to any pait of tlio city for 3o cents por month. The Tucson Commercial Club is lo turned into a Board of Trado. Wondek if Mexico would not like to annex Arizona? Wo would have'Tree coinage then. The Mexican press advocates n much broaiier reciprocity treaty than that between the United States anil Brazil and Venezuela. The appointment of Ed Wells of Prescott to the fourth judgeship was announced last night and was re ceived favorably by all members of the bar, aud'eitizens generally. The census report gives Alaska a population of 22,000 souls. Of these 4,000 are whites, 13,000 natives. 2,000 Chinese and the balance mixed. Representative Morse in his reply to Mark Smith's speech on the Indian question in the House on Saturday last wound up by calling Our Mark,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

STRANGE AND CURIOUS TREES. A Do Hois man has In his yard a palm treo in blossom, and a plum troo on whioh plums aro now growing as largo as nuts. Bear-iiunters in Fresno County, Cal., penetrating thick underbrush, camo upon tho bjggost trco yot roportcd in that wondorful State. Tho ropo that glrdlod it (our feet from tho ground was 129 feot 5 Inohes long. Near Glfford Station, on tho Staton Island railroad, thcro is a pecullarpieco of woodland, a spot whore tho roots of tho trocs will attach themselves to the trunks at from four to six feotabovo tho level of tho ground, glvl ng to tho stumps an odd, spidery appearance. Tho soil of tho vicinity is very porous, whioh londs weight to tho opinion that the banyan-llko grove has been formed by tho action of frost and wator. The root of a California tree recently made a remarkablo journoy for tho wa ter of a sower. It followed tho sower casing until It reached a high brick wall in which, sevoral feet -up, was a very small hole leading to t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

X. iioim: him so. !. Jtcfcrrlne to Iicenne Tne. Section I. There shall bo collected a quarter- early tax from all persons and corporations engaged in the busi ness, irado, dealing or occupations In this chapter named as follows : Every person who may deal in goods, wares or merchandise, except the agricul tural productions of this Territory, when ended by the producers theieof, and except such as aro sold by auc tioneers or commission merchants un dor license or permission according to law, where their bales amount in the average to $10,000 or more per quar ter year a quiuterlj -yearly license tax of $10; when such sales shall eo aver ago less than $10,000 and more than $5000 per quarter, a quarterly-yearly license tax "f $30; when such sales shall so average less than $5000 and more than $2000 per quarter, a quarter-yearly tax of $20; and when such sales shall so average less than $2000 per quarter, a quarter-yearly license tax of $8 per quarter. Sec. 2. Every person who shall sell...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUMJSHED EVERY SUNDAY BY S.C.BAGG Tombstone, Cochlse'.County,; Arizona. tNTERID IN TH fO-T CrFICE At lECONO-CLAa MATTER. Now is tho timo for Blaine to write a letter lavorwg free coinage. The road from Doming to Topolo bampo is assured. It will help Arizona. Cleveland has killed tho sihcr goose that would have laid him a gol den egg. It is said that Harrison will sign a protective silver coinage bill. Well, that is a stepping stone; lel't have it. No publication of the delinquent tax fist of Maricopa county has been made and troublo for somebody will result. With Cleveland the candidate of tho east and Blaine of the west, what would a Democrat do when ho went to the polls? A new duelling code has just been published in tho City of Mexico. The only change from the old one is that the opponent's must fight to a finish. policy and white policy aie both ob noxious as carried out by the general government. They are twin relics of a wrong system, and when tho press spea...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

THE STORM. Thi- One Is Only a Side Show, C'oniiinrod with the One Due Next Week. The heavy storm of the past forty eight hours is, nccording to the pre dictions of ft student of "Old Proba bilities," Prof. Foster by name, only tho forerunner of a more severe one to follow. He says, under date of January 14. "Whilo tho storm wave will be of moio than average force, it will not bo a great storm as will bo the ono following it. It will bo duo to leave tho Pacific Coast about the 17th, cross the Kocky-Allegheny valley from 18th to 20th, and reach the Atlantic coast about the 21st. This storm will cause severe snows north of tho 40th de gree and rains south of it, whilo the cold wave following it will go below tho average for this time of the year. The storm will principally aflect the southern States. "Tho greatest storm of the month will bo duo to leave the Pacifio coast about tho 23d, cross the great valley between the 24th and 2Clh and reach tho Atlantic coast about tho 27th. It will...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

PBLlMtUEST TAX HT. LIST -OF- DELINQUENT TAXES -IN- Cochise County, Arizona Ter'y FOR TUB YEAR 180. The followlog le a correct list of pirsonsowlng Territorial and County taxes lor tne year U90. now delinquent In nd for Cochise connty, and a description of tlio property In Bald county upon which taxes are due, together with the assessed valuation and the am unt of aucb delinquent tat, costs and percentage for tie year 1890: ' Valuation. Tax. Audeiton, Mrs Sophia. Tomb- Stene, lots 22 and 23, block 51, and Improvements $ 150 CO $ 4 99 Auber'lne, J, Tombstsne, lot 3, block T 15 00 Si Adam, K ", Bisbee, corral and bnlldlne, 6 horses, 4 vehicles ndhauess 11180 33 15 Acedo, J M, Lower ban Pedro river, H Interest In tract of school land, 1 hor.e, 2 stock horses 17130 4 43 Allen, J D, Ban Pedro river, Im provement', 1 horse, 3 cattl, 1 wagon, tools and machinery. 430 69 12 T5 Amalonir, J L. (Ihlrlcthua mis , near Klggs, 7 horses, 25 cattle, lwaqon 483 24 14 01 Allen. Mrk, Sulpnur Spr ng Val...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

THE'DREXEL BROTHERS. (Wth Qoulpa About Philadelphia Multl-- Millionaire Banker. The house of Droiol aroso in Phila delphia Bomowhat earlier than that of Jay Cooke, commencing with a Tyrolose artist who painted pictures and shaved notes and currency. Upon careful foundations, writes "Oath" in the Cin cinnati Enquirer, ho raised a house which at the decay of Jay Cooke seized upon many great occasions and, drawing in such men as Mr. Morgan, of Now En gland, began to play a vast intermediate part botween railroads and invoslaent and goneral financial directions. The fortunes of tho threo Droxol brothors, though not as largo as somo fortunes in New York City, have boon in tho aggre gate probably 835,000,000 to 800,000,000. These bankers woro wlso in drawing young blood into their departments and buying experience as prlncos formerly bought groat military commanders. Tho Droxols havo rocontly absorbed the Stock Exchango of Philadelphia into thoir hugo marblo block which they havo put up o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 February 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Advertising rates made known at this office. POST-OFFICE UOOKS. The Postoffice is open for general delivery rom 8 a, ra. to 6 p. ra. Money order Department open from 8 a. m." SP- m. MAIL ARRIVAL. From East and West at ra m., departs 1:15 p. n. Bisbee mall departs 6a. m,: arrives 6 u. m. A. & S. E. B. B.-TIMB OABD. LEAVE. AKRIVE Bisbee, 7.00 a. m. Fairbank, 9.00 a iu Fairbank, 10.00 a.m. Bisbee 12.30 p. m. Daily, except Sunday. (Pacific time.) BEN WILLIAMS, Supt. LOOAL HAPPENINGS From Friday's Daily. McGowan, at whose place Chiquite Smith was killed by Apachcf, is sell ing trees of his own raising in the Chincahua mountains. Will Bayless, formerly of Tomb stone is at present at the United Verde copper camp where he has a lucrative position in the company.s store. Ike Clayton was the only passen ger who came up on the Oso Negro stage last night. A telegram from Cheyenne yester day announced to the family of D. Gray the serious illness of his son. B. F. Packard i...

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 March 1891

Sfmlsifie rmS - V VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA. SUNDAY. MARCH i. i8qi NO. 119 b TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.CBagq SUIISCKIPTIOS BATES: Ono year. $4 00 8ix months 2 50 Delivered by currier to any part of tlio city for 35 cents per month. HuaiiKS of Pima has introduced the Miles bill undir another name and calls it Chiracahua. The second Monday in March has been set for the hearing of the argu ment on the validity of the lost laws before the United Stales Supreme Court at Washington. There has been a bill introduced in the House at Phenix which intends to stop the payment of any salary to dis trict judges. Congress has just raised their salary to $5000, and the legislr tors believe they can get along without any aid from the Territory. "A large number of the people of Kansas are in favor of as little tariff as possible. Kansas farmers are com ing to see that the protective policy is injurious. The tariff is a tax and they feel it." These are the express...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) bv S C. RAMi, Editor and Proprietor. SnlttcrIptloi Union. One Year $10 00 Six Months 6 (X Three Months 3 (M One Month 1 01 Delivered by Carriers for 25 centr per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fresh Ranch Butter lrom the ,rnch ot J H 'White atWolcott's Cash Store. 3-7tf TOR OVRK FIPTfc YBAKH. An old well-tried remedy. Mr? Winslow'd Soothing Syrup has l.een used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for theirchildren while teeth ing, with perfect success. It soother the child, softens tho gums, allays U pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win dow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. nucklen's Arnica Waive. Thb Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Eheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands. Chilblain. Corns, a...

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 March 1891

60NE! The Town of Yuma Suc cumbs to Water. People Fleeing to the 'Hills for Safety. 100 Houses Destroyed and the End Not Yet. Appeal for .A.icl fiom the Destitute. Thirty Miles of S. P. Track Gone and Wires Down, Tucson, A. T. Feb. 23 4 :00 p. m. A special from Yuma states that the Gila river levee broke at that place at four o'clock yesterday, completely flooding tho town. About half tho business and residence portion of the town is completely destroyed. One man named Gus Lee was drowned in his bed. Tlio loss of live stock is very great. Tho total loss is estimat ed at $50,000. The railroad office is under water and ten miles of track h gone betwceit Lagunta and Yuma. Tliera are several breaks between Gila Rend and Texas Hill. All the wires west of Gila Ren are down. It will probably be three oi four dajs boforo communication is restored. LATER. Yuma 4:45 Loss of life is reported from the Gila valley, but no particu lars have been received. The S. P. track for 24 miles is washed aw...

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 March 1891

(TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Published every Sunday by S.O.BAaa Tombstone. Cochise CountT.IArizona. INTUID IN TMI rOT OFriCMt ICONO-CIAM HATTIH. The Missouri weather prophet is not to be sneezed at. His storm ar rived on time and boreas is following his predictions to the letter. When the smelting of zinc becomes profitable then will Ccohise county be credited with another industry of enor. mous proportions. Washington was not a newspaper man. If he had been ho would not have been born on Sttnday. If he had bean born on Monday no paper would have been issued to-day. According to the school statistics published by the Census department Arizona has tho greatest number of boys in proportion to the number of girls of any State or Territory in the United States. Papaoo county will probably be supported by tho Star. The Nogales Herald and Record both feel kindly disposed to it, and with the President of the Council, Mr. Hughes, in favor of it the start is a favorable one. Tho impossibility of gett...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 March 1891

ZINC ORE. A Now Process of Smelting it Successfully about to be Tni cd in Colorado. When zinc smelters become profit able, the vicinity of the Huachuca mountains will furnish employment to a thousand men. Everything bear ing on this point will be of interest to the publio and the following descrip tion of a new enterprise, clipped from the Pueblo Review, will be edifying on the subject : While here the other day, Mr. Van Nostrand, of Saliiln, gave an interest ing talk on the zinc-lead smeller at Canon City, which will probably blow in within the month. We glean ed the following fads: The capacity, when completed, will bo nearly 300 tons per day, although it will start up at 75 tons. The process used is a ps culiar one and includes a multitude of small furnaces, each holding a charge of about one ton. Unlike the usual zinc smelUr process the presence of i lead is no detriment, but, on the con is desired, and forms part of the prod net. The zino had bullion is to be used for making pa...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 March 1891

DELlXqCKVr TAX HUT. LIST -or- DELINQUENT TAXES -IN- Cochise County, Arizona Ter'y FOR THB YEAR 1800. The following la a correct list of pirsorsowlne Territorial and County tax-s InritDe year 1693. Bow delinquent In nd Tor Cocblie county, and a description of tbo proper-y lu said county upon which taxes are due. together with the assesseo valuation and the am mnt of aucb delinquent tax. colts and peicentage for the year 1890: Valuation. Tax. -A.. Andeison, Mrs Sophia. Tomb stone, lots 2J and 23, block 51, andlmurovements $ 150 00$ 4 99 Auberilnc, J, Tombsteue, lot 3, block T IS 00 84 Adam, E , Blsbee, corral aud bnlUlnes, 8 horses, 4 vehicle andhauej 11180 83 IS Acedo, J M, Lowtr Ban l'cdro river, K Interest in tract of school land, 1 hone, 2 stock horses ' 17130 4 43 Allen, J D, sau Pedro river, Im provement , 1 h( rse, 3 cattb, 1 wagon, tools and machinery, 430 69 12 73 Amalomr, J L, Oalrlcahua mts , near ttlggs, 7 horses, 23 cattle, lwaon.... I 483 84 14 01 Allen, Mrk. Sulpnur Spn...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 March 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. ;ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oae 5fear - - Jio oo Six Months - - - 6 oo Ons Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one insertion - - - a oo Baca subsequent insertion, per square - x oo ::o:: OFFICE: Fromout St., Opposite City Hall. Entered tn the Tombstone Poliosis u wend clsaa intte t FRANK 0. EARLE. Assay and Metallurgical Laboratory OFFICE 319. FREMONT STREET, Opposite City Hall, Tombstone. HERRING A HERRING, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LW. rFICE TOUQHVUT STREET, BET. J 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. F. fc A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 5. F. & I. M., holds stated meetings on the third Saturday in eaoh month in Masonio Hal), at 7:30 p. m. Special meetings held whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothei a are cordially invited to attend. Gustavk Fisher, W.M. Eirt Hart Saoretary, 8 18tf CochUe Ijodsre Ho. S I. O. O. V. Reg...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Published every Sunday by S.C.Bagq Tombstone. Cochise County, Arizona. INTMIO IN THI KT OFFICIM tCONO-CLAM MATTM. Tho Moderno. a paper printed in Spanish to promote closer relations between this country and Mexico, says: "Mexico does her share in en couraging commerce with this coun try, but the United States seems to think that all the encouragement must come from one side. This is liardly fair, to say the least. As an instance ol the willhgnessof the Mexican gov ernment to promote commerce may bo mentioned the many millions of dollars which she pays annually to railroads and steamship lines. Mexico has not, perhaps, one-tenth of the commerce and less per centage of de veloped wealth than the United States, but she gives more substantial encour agement to commerce than this coun try with its boasted wealth and devel opment." Tho Outlook. (Citizen, Feb. a6.) At the railroad the troubles from washouts continue, and tho number ol belated passengers is constantly in ...

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 March 1891

ifftfp- 4 f VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. MARCH 8. i8qi NO. 1 20 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.C.Baoq SUBSCRIPTION KATEH: One year. $4 00 Bix months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The principal work done by the present Legislature lias been to undo the vicious legislation of the Kid 15th. If they accomplish nothing more than that they will have justly earned the title of the "Sensible Sixteenth." If Arizona had a senator in con gress who guarded the wishes of the people at well at Mark Smith did in the house the land grant couit bill would not have taken in Arizona. The wishes of the people have been against it and Mr. Smi'h in opposing it did his duty. Notwithstanding this fact the Prospector believes that it will prove a blessing and not the curse which has been forestalled for it. The question raiied by (he district attorney of Siskiyou county, Cal. as to whether railroad lands sold by railroads 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. — 8 March 1891

Umi TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Published every Sunday by S.C.Bago Tombstone. Cochise County, Arizona. NTIMD IN TMt KT OfriCt At lOOND-CUSS MATTIR. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fresh Kancb Butter trom the ranch ol J B White UWolcott'B Cash Store. S.7W The Two Republics reads the fol lowing lines of common sense to a Mexican paper which has been trying to stir up a feeling against the United States: "It is folly for a Mexican jour nalist to quote history forty years old in order to illustrate the psesent atti tude of the United States toward Mexico. If there was a time when the two republics were at war, there has been an epoch since when the United States proved itrelf a friend indeed to Mexico in fact her only friend in a position to help her." Section 4 of the bill providing for an additional Justice of the Supreme Court of Arizona, reads as follows : That the present chief justice and his associates are hereby vested with power and are hereby directed to di vide said territory into fou...

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 March 1891

NEWS BY WIRE. The body of Senator Hearst, who died lust Saturday night, will bo em balmed and sent to San Francisco foi interment. The land court bill has passed both branches of Congress and gone to the President for his signature. Arizona is exempt from its provisions. Tho United States Treasury con tains $35,000,000 in cash. Of this amount $31,000,000 will bo paid out in pensions by Wednesday night. Tho President has nominated Thomas N. Hart to bo postmaster at Boston, Mass. The committee having in charge tho raising of a fund for the widow of Hon. Wm. Windom, sec'yof the treas ury, up to yesterday had received sub scriptions amounting to $30,000. It is the intention of the committee, said Mr J. J. Knox, the troasuror, to raise enough to make the total $50,000. Gen de Fonseca, who was chosen provisional president of Brazil at the timo of the overthrow of the emperor, has been formally elected President of the republic. It is unofficially stated that World's Fair Commissioner F. J...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ." ,'j m i ' Published every Sunday by S.C.Bacc Tombstone, Cochise County.! Arizona. mTISIO IN TMt KT OmCI Al HCOMO-CUit TTI. The Star advances the theory tha prehistorio races of Arizona wen wiped out by a flood. Judging fron recent events this theory is not al imagination. San Carlos is to have irrigating machinery, artesian wells, etc. Tin appropriation bill allows $25,000 fo that purpose. The whites of Arizonii will Boonwish that they were red men. The cigarette manufacturers have formed a trust. If the government could be induced to teach the Apache to smoke the product of the trust our troubles from this source would soon be at an end. Thirty-five type-founders have pooled their business, and the news papers will go along just as usual, cut ting each other's throats. Every man for himself and the devil take the hind most is the publishers' motto. Every one in Tombstone will be pleased to hear of th appointment of Col. Win. Herring as attorney general of our ...

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