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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 October 1887

- limZl 4mly VOL. IX. TOMBSTONE, AEIZOjSTA, OCTOBER 15, 1887. NO. 11. THE INDIAN QUESTION GENERAL MILES' SENSIBLE VIEWS Large Indian Reservations Should be Broken Up, and to that End He Recommends the Removal of a Portion of the San Carlos Indians to the Vede. In a letter dated September 20, to the editor of the Prescott Journal-Miner, General Miles takes what the EPITAPH considers a very sensible position on-the Indian qu-stion. A great howl has gone up from the northern part of the Terri tory over his supgestion, but among those best poled in the matter his recommen dations are endorsed as wiie and just. Except some purely personamatters, the following is General Miles' letter in full: SAN CARLOS RESERVATION. Iii aard to the Indians on the San C 1 rl a reservation, their management and placement, that is a matter of such grave importance to all the inhabitants til )ur (Arizona) territory as to trans cend every individual interest and desire. About twelve years ago, it is staled, f...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. REPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Fouith Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstoue, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year. $4 co INTMEO IN TH( KUT OFFICI ICONO-CLS MATTED. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY We regret to state that the -che County Critic has suspended. R was a neatly printed and well-conducted piper, far above the average Arizona publica tion. Speak well of your town. Tombstone's great curse has been that many of its in habitants were constantly belittling its importance. Instead of seeking new pastures, they remain to growl and grum ble. It's an ill bird that befouls its own nest. The Epitaph prides itself on being the first newspaper in the Territory to call attention to the obnoxious character ol the Governor's proclamation declaring a quarantine against cattle from Mexico, where u is well known and acknowledged that no disease exists. If that proclama tion was not issued in the sole interest of a few l-rge cattle owners on this side ol th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 October 1887

TOMBSTOSTE EPITAPH: TOMBSTOKE, AlffZbffA, 'VaTORDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. DRAMA IN WINNIPEG. A BARN STORMING COMPANY'S EX PERIENCE IN MANITOBA. An Audience of Indiana, Trappers and Trndern Plnyluc to Enormous louses. A rrlmltlve Theatre Two Perforos ' ances In One Night HecelpU. "f Charle3 Arnold, who Is now n star nctor In Enlunil, tells of I1I9 visit to Manitoba in this fashion: "Wo wcro advised to visit that placo, as no dramatic company had at that timo been thcro. Accordingly a littlo party, numbering sixteen mcmbeis of tho stock company from Uontrccl, Jonrnoycd 2,000 miles to Winnipeg, which was then n, littlo village. This was in '70 or '80. Thcro were no public lights, pave ments or roads in tho 'city,' which con sisted of ono street only. Winnipeg was lnhnbited by 'Indians, half breeds and a few English settlers. Wo opened in the Market hall, Immediately over tho jail, and our performances wero enlivened by tho shrieks of tho Indians and halt breed women, who had taken too muc...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 October 1887

TOMBSTOISTE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. OFFICIAL DIKEOTORY. TERRITORIAL- OFFICERS. Governor C M. ZULICK Secretary Jams a. Uayabd. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Atiornry Gei.eral-- ricos Goodrich. Surveyor General John A. Hue. Tieurtr C. B. toSTEK. Supeilntendcot of Public Instruction C. M. Strauss. Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Territorial Prkon Titos. Gates. SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice Jamk H. WRIGHT. Associate Justices W. W. Porter, W. H. Barnes. DISTRICT COURT. First lmlicial District W. H. Barnes. tcconil Judicial District V. W. Porter. llurU judicial District-J. H. Wright. UNITED STATES OFFICERS. United Suits Marshal W. K. Mi:adr. Un.tedStans Attorney Owen J. Reuse. TUCSON LAND OFFICE. Reglset A. D. DVtfiv Keteiver Fred. W. Smith. CUSTOMS OFFICERS. ' Tucon J. B HAMBtfcTON. Torrihtii.e V. C. WU.SON. Nogaltf J. M Wilson. . COUNT OFFICERS. Supervisor'. David Cohn. Chairman; F. L. Moork and T. . White. Member?. Siierifl J. H. Slauchti.r....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 October 1887

Siiiisffie j TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, OCTOBER 22, 1887. VOL. IX. NO. 12. THE PROPER CAPER. TWO TRAIN ROBBERS DONE UP. A Man Who Puts His Name In the Middle la- ttrftrcs Wth Industrious Road Agents and Sends Them to the Sweet By-and-By With Their Boots on. An El Paso dispatch dated October 15th says: The meager leports sent frum here Friday night, owing to the lateness of the hour, regrdin, the at tempted trrtin robbery, gave but a frac tion ot the news. It was thought a great victory that one robber should be killed, but what was the astonishment of the public, therefore, when the dead body of another lobber wa brought in thW-mnfn-ing. The G.tlveston, Hamsbu'g & .San Antonio express, which should hive started east yesterday at 4.30 p. m , was deUyed till about 8 30 p. m., waiting for the Southern Pacific train ftcm the west. Engineer Lohner ays that when his train had gone abnut ne mile, two nun wearing cloth mtsks climbed on the ten der with a revolver in each hand. The engineer tri...

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 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. EEPPI & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Street, between FremontSnd Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arums. Sdb-cripticn, one ).ur. INtMEO IN TH( KXT OFFICE Al (CCOND-CLAII MAT7IR. OFFICIAL PAPES OF COCFISB COUN. The rich mines and farming land of Arizona will be the next excitement. Write this down on your cuff. In the swing around the circle of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland, the f.tct is develop ed that the latter is the most popular man ol the two. The real estate sales in Los Angeles have dropped from an average of 600 per day, to less than eighty. You will hear something else drop before long. Senator Don Cameron, Richard Gird and Governor Perkins still linger on the west side of the Huachuras. They must keep their claws rff the "CD1 brand. The Tortiliu oubble ha oeen punctur ed, and yet the Ariioria newspapers that were In wiih the play have made no sign They h-ive sold their birthright for a rnesi of pit-age, and seem determined to stick to the trade. We admire their ...

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 October 1887

OFFICIAL DIBEOTORY. TEKRITliBI 1L OKI ICEKS Governor C M. Zulick Secretary Jams . Bayard. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Arormy Go cral- RICO'S GOODRICH. Surveyor General JOHN A. Hue. 1iesur.r C B. 1-ustek. Supetiusndcr.t of Pull.c Instruction C. M. Stkauss. Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Tcr.itorial Pnwm THOS. Gates. SVI'BEHG CIIIRT Chl:f lusHre Jame. H Wright. Associate Just.cesW. V. Porter, V. H. Barnes. district court First ludiclal District W H. Barnes. Second Tudi ial Diitrict W. W. Porter. Third Judicial District J. H. WkiGHT. CMTFB 8TATEM 4IEFICLR3 United States Marshal W. K. Meade. Un.tcd statu Attorney Owen J. Reuse. TIXSOX KIND OF11CE Regls'er A. D. D'JFP. keteiver FRkD. W. SMITH. CIJ410M- HPICIR8 Tucon J. B Hamblkton. Tomhst .ue V. i- W 1I.S0N. Nogal J. M Wilson. CftliXlY UFFIf'ERS Supervior uaviu t oiin, Chairman; F. L. Moore and T. J. White. Members. Shenfl J. H. SLAUGjiri-.R. Under Stirnfi U. A. HAITUCK. Treasurer A. I. klTTBK. Recorder W. r Braolky. Dist...

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 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, .A'RI20ffA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1887. WILD BILL, 'OF KANSAS Killing Tito Solilli.ru In it Tnltikllng, but llealtatlug t u Monkey. "Wild Bill was u good thot, was ha not!" "With the sis shooter no was simply wondeiful. In my cntcrtahvinent I glvo an Illustration cf n doublo shot ho uiudu out at Hays City, Kan., in tho"carlv dayi, when lie shot two soldiers, ono in jit ol him end ono dlrectlv behind 1dm. caRCl" dcavcrliig to shoot hid before- ho coftitl-1 draw his gun. llo killed ono and mor tally wounded tho other, and tho two re ports of tho rorolvcr seemed almost as one. Tho marvelous feat was tho talk of tho country for a long time. In fact, When I carao by there n few days ago one of tho old residents who witnessed tho killing mentioned it to mo and said ho could scarcely bcllevo it even after Lcclug it. Bill never missed his mark. I havo seen him tako a pistol in each hand and firo with right and left pistol at a can thrown in the air, hitting it ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1887

'.- " ft iwititaw til llWhnnww B'ajW flhW 'ft II III II H -! h - II -jf n I II H IF ; ILuD 11(11 uBl QlyflfcJt A9VVJ Wjy - -- T, . YOI IX. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, OCTOBER 29, 1887. NO. 13. ARIZONA. ITS VAST NATURAL RESOURCES Governar Zullck'a Addrtea at the Opening of the ' Territorial industrial Exposition at Phenlx. Extracts from Governor Zulick's speech at the opening of the Territorial fair, in Phenix, October 17 Arizona is nb insignificant part of the United States; in area she is an empire. All of the New England States, with New York and New Jersey combined, only equal her in square miles of terri tory. Her agricultural and horticultural land exceeds in acreage the entire area of either of the great States of Indiana, Virginia? Kentucky or Ohio.. Her citrus fruit belt, stretching from Yuma to the mountain ranges of Pima, a distance of aoo miles in length by 125 miles in width, container 15,000,000 acres of land upon, which will (row by irrigation, the orange, lemon, lime, banana,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, 8ATTODAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. SB TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. REPPY & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Street, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Sub-cripikn, one year $4 f o INtlMO IN THI POST orPICI At (ECONO-CLAM MATTIII OFFICIAL PAPER OF C0CHI8B COUNTY A BLACKMAILING OUTFIT. Fur the past few days the Tombstone Prospector has been running "squib." threatening to publish something "rich, rare and racy." They bore the earmarks of blackmail, but not until last evening did the Epitaph learn the true inward ness of the case. It seems that one of our most prominent business men had been guilty of, or at least had been charged with, some indiscretion which might have been laid at the door of nine men out of ten with as much truth. Ytsterdayhe received a note to the ef fect that the Prospector was about to publish a full account of the affiir, and that in order to "square it," he (the busi ness man) had better see James J. Nash. Knowing ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1887

3- TOMBSTOSTE EPJTAPH.: ...TOMBSTONE, AETZOT5TA, SATtTRDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. o . .A3 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TEKRITOBI1L OFMCERS Oovetnir C M. Z'JLICK Secretary JAM'S rt. tJA YARD. Auditor J. J. Hawkins. Attorney Uei.eral t rico Goodrich. Surveyor General John A. Hise. Tre-isunr U U, Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. STRAUiJ. Delegate, to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Ter.itotial Prison ThoS. Gatks. BCPSEME Clll'KT Chief lusttce Jamss H Wright. Associate Just.ces W. W. Porter, W. H. Barnes. BUTU1CT COl'BT First ludicial District VV H. Barnes. Secjndjudliil District W. W. Porter. Thud Judicial District-J. H. Wright. CXUFB 8TA1EX VEFICMU United States Mar.hal W. K. Mkade. Un.ted smu Attorney Owkn J. Reuse. TGCSO.M UNO OF ICE Regls'er A. D. Dvff. Keteiver Fred. W. smith. C041OMH 0FFICFJW Tucson J. B Hambleton. Tomhst .ue V. C. Wilson. Nogaii J. M Wilson. Ctll.NlY OFFICER Supervisor Uavid Oohn, Chairman; F. L. Moore and T. . White, Members. Sherift J. H. Slaughte...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1887

AT 8EA. fxtlfl I Horr soft a light from yonder east Is thrown Across this wast of tea, Baturnlan, A glow u tender as when time began; Though here tliero U no other creature known Savo deep blue sea and deep blue sky alone. And tho rain burdened clouds' slow caravan. The sea and sky, forgetful hero of man. Talk each to each In measured monotone. Onco la a year a stranse ship passes by Btlll presses on tho multitudinous host Of billows, dork boneath (ha lonely sky. Summoned ere night to bathe some distant , coast Thus o'er earth's desert plaoes, eve and morn From tho polo lips of, bearen,. Ood smile h borne.' William Prctcott Foster In The Century. f LITTLE MISS UGLY.' Tl8 Orringtons were by no .means liked by their Ect, simply because they looked down on their set, and on overy one oUe, boldlus themselves as of tho noblesse. And It must bo owbed 'that -they hod si streak ot the'liltrt bloods Tho paternal great grandfather, Porcy Orrlngton, wo an-Englishman, thoyounger brother ot a no...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 November 1887

'SJJ'-f. V" r y " ? A . TV TSWt""' JT"B -V;iT"-"-- S 1 '-; TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. zi-rt VOL. 3X. Norisr liwiitiie THE EIGHT RING. MILES ON THE INDIAN QUESTION. Warm Endorsement of General Miles' Course by On Wbe Thoroughly Understands the "Conditon of' Affal.i. r Tombstone, A. T., Nov. 3!, 1887. Editor Epitaph: Wmie in Si. Louis lat spring, I buugiit a copy of the Si Louis Republic n containing abetter from Herbert Welcn, Secieury of the InditnRhts Assoc ation of Pnilalel p iia', and as I had been anxions for a Ion,; time to ee in bonk form a tellable statement of the ouirge perpetrated against the people of At.z ina and New Mexco for the last:',twtni)-ive ear, for circulation in the Ea-trrn States, 1 suggested to W.kh that henmpluy his time in writing ai.d lecturing in beh if ut tne people of his own race in Arizona and New M xico, and stop his miserable, dirty, and vile nvsrepresentaiinns nf the acts and polity of G n. Miles in his management of (he Indians tn'ihis ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 November 1887

$ I Si- f S i r. ? TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. EEPPT & PEOK, Publishers. Fourth Btwet, between FremonYand Allen Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. Subscription, one year $4 co tNUMO IN TMI KIT Of FlCt ECONO-CIAM MATTCR. OFFICIAL PAPER OF OOOHISB COTOTY The lacts as to the blackmailing of a prominent business man of this city, by the manager of the Prospector, are sub stantially as printed in last week's EPI TAPH . The attention of the grand jury, which assembles in this city one week fnm Monday, is called to (hi matter. The crime is o.ie of the most despicab.e ones on the calendar, and is too frequent ly practiced in a mining camp, where a sale ol property can hardly take place without an attempt on the part of som unprincipled scoundrel to extort mone from the buyer or seller. Rarely h -there been such a plain case of extortioi. made as the one in question, and it be hooves the Court to set the seal of iu condemnation upen it. Let one black mailer be sent to the penitentiary ant the pM...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 November 1887

f - !? -" &. ' "" -t r " j'twij Mil-1 j;,1 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH:, '.TOKTOErA'RTZOlxVi' SATURDAY, -NOVEMBER- 5r1887, t" BOB OVRSACH'S STAGE LINE. Stige to connect with western-bound trala leaves at 9:30 p. m. Sige to : 1 in ;:t with entern-bo and train leaves at 3:30 p. m. Stage to onnect with Guaymas train leaves at 9 15 a. m. LOOAL HAPPENINGS. OD ( TO TORT1L1TA. There i a m.n ng ea.iy, tar, lr away. Where then- is not a stamp PbUudii g aw y, . . . Oh, how the laru era 1 mgh When they get the Epitaph, To think how mar ihcy ( 01 the faff, Far, 'ar wa. . ' . Good fat veuisuu at li.-iur'a Butcher Shop. The 1 ucson bur call Lira Bishop Adams. Ben Goounch, Esq., returned to Phe- nix yesterday. The Tucsuii poit are leaving in a bo ly for S n Diego. B. A. fuwKaiu tuuii hick, caloadr cf fat cattle to CrtlilnrnU thU'wtek. "" t T' Stockmen in Niw Mtxko me selling and delivering sueis at nine dollars pet hi ad. The Uaiiy Reserve is the name of a newsp iper jut started in Ni!gaje by M. A Jacks...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 November 1887

-TOMBSTOlp) EPITAPH : .TOM33STOKE, ARIZONA, SATURDAYfKOVEMBEB 5, 1887. E- u? i)t f? WITH . THE8EA8QN3., . , 7 i t . f t Well I know tne reasons ?L Borrow shifts with seasons: In the downward year I would fain be brave. Tears these eyes remember In tho mid November Far, far away the rain Is on the grave. it Dark the clouds ore driven Low about theevenj'"" Winter's wind a-moan. Fain would I be brar. Fain to dumbly lylnjr On this heart of sighing , Tar, far away the now Is on the grave. HI, Buds and blossoms, breaking In the year's awaKmg;' Make the Maytlmo sweet. Let me now be brave! Something softens sorrow, ' " " ' Tears It will not borrow' For, far away tbo sun Is on the grate. '' . A.W, BsUtvwJaWtroit free Press. THE COLOKM&IP. "Givo rny consent to your engagement with Avthur DauntjCliUdJ. .Preposterous I Why, neither of you have been long out of the nursory." "I nm 18, unci Arthur Is 23, grandrjapa." "Twenty-two I1' contemptuously; "a boyl No man should mnrrj; unU 0 la 80. Bu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 November 1887

" liiiiiiie fyfogk 5r VOL. IX. TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. i u NO. 15. AN ABLE OPINION. AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAW. The Quarantine Law Declared to be of no Effect The Commissioner of Agriculture the Proper Person to En force Quarantine. Tombstone, Oct. 31, 1887. C. M. Bruce Esq., Chairman Live Stock Sanitary Commission or Arizona: Dear Sir: The delay in completing the "opinion" requested, since my return from Sonora, has been owing to the time re quired for a complete investigation of the statutes andauthorities bearing upon the subject. The question is one of great importance, and I have felt it my duty to give it an exhausive, research. It will no doubt occur to the commissioners that in view of the very plain provisions of the United States Statutes, it was a piece of great carelessness on the part of the last legislature, that it did not place the Com jrtission in apposition to Jaynulate.a plan of action and receive the acceptance of the Department of Agriculture. I have...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 November 1887

. V e t tombstonFihtapk EEPPY & PECK, Publishers. Fourth Strset, between Fremont and Allen Tombstone, Cochise Count j, Arizona, Subscription, one year $4 co ENTIRES IN THI POST OFFICE AS SECOND-CIAS MATTED. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY We offer no appologies for havine taken so much space in this week's issue in the publication of Judge Wm. Her ring's opinion on the quarantine law. The argument is able and convincing, and will be read with interest through out the Territory, The illustrious George Washington Swain, Esq., comes to the rescue ol his friend and relative, James J. Nash, and bays if he is called on professionally in Nash's interest, "the public will be ap prised of the true inwardness of the sub ject matter which called into requisition his services, let the consequences fall upon whom 'it' may." If this means any thing, it means that if Mr. Jacobs prose cutes the extortion case against Nash, Swain will expose him. It's the same old blackmailing scheme in a new s...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 November 1887

TOMBS-TOOTS EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AETZOtfA, SATURDAY, NOYEMBEB 12, 1887. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TKKKlTORI.lt OFFICERS Govtmor C M. Zulick Secretary J amks A. Bayard. Auditor J. J. HAWKINS. Attorney General hricgs Goodrich. Surveyor General JOHN A. HlSK. Treasurer C. B. tosTER. Superintendent of Public Instructton C. M. Strauss. .. . Delegate to Congress M. A. SMITH. Superintendent of Territorial Prison Tlios. Gates. SUPREME COCKT Chief tustice-jAMKS H. Wright. Associate Justlces-W. W. Porter, W. H. Barnes. DISTRICT lOVKT First ludlcial District W. H. Barnes. Second Judicial District W. W. Porter. Third Judicial District-J. H. Wright. UMTF.B STATE) BEFICEKS United States Marshal W. K. Meade. United States Attorney Owen 1. ReUSE. Tl'CSON LAND OFFICE Register A. D. DUFF. Receiver Fred. W. Smith. CUSTOMS OFFICERS Tucson J. B. Hamblf.ton. Tombstone V. C. Wilson. Nogales J. M. Wilson. COUNTY OFFICERS Supervisors David Coiin, Chairman; F. L. Moore and T. J. White. Members. Sherift J. H. Slaught...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 November 1887

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1887. t THE QUEEN, AND COURT. Fetich W"drshlp olXuT'EnBlish Drawing ltooui At the Mob's Mercy. In England that institution called the drawing room has In It about as much rationality as may be found In any form of fetich worship among the savages of Africa. In tl e piercing east winds of March hundreds of delicate young girls, of middle aged ladles, and tottering old dowagers bare their arms and necks half way to the waist, put on trains to which tho peacock's Is a dusty Joke, and set out In broad daylight to spend an hour or so In their carriages, waiting their turn for1 presentation or simple attendance. The rudest roughs and coarsest scum of Lon don gather round the carriages, standing stationary for a quarter of an hour at a time, or moving forward at a foot's pace. They press close, flattening their noses against the glass, making brutal remarks and passing round little jokes. The show is for them as well as for the ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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