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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 27 February 1882

J7EEKLY EPITAffJi TO M BSTONK. AlilZONA.FEDRUAKsJ. 1882 Six-Page Edition. M5 This Pago is from the Daily of Friday, Feb: 24. Thk city council has cotnmonced to wrestle with the subjeot o a sys tem o sewerage. They will find it a knotty problem to solve, notwith standing the favorable location of Tombstone for such a system. It so happens that all the ravines and washes around tho town debouch into one. common canyada or main wash, within which are situate the wells, o rf the water supplies of tli city, and to ullovr the sewerage to flow into any one of these will be ' to pollute this sourco of supply. A line of pipe, can be laid to a point b.eloyf -the i wells, and thera deliver -the rnatter that otherwise will be come a source of contagion and death. , By having such a conduit follow down, tho arroyo south of the city tho Water that flows from tho mills can bo picked up and caused to. flow through the same pipe, thero by keeping it constantly flushod. With a will there will be foun...

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. — 27 February 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZON'A.yEMRUAnYCT. 1833 H1 Six-Page Edition. This Paso is from the Daily of Wednesday, Feb. 22. GEOlMil'. WASIIIXUTOX. This day commemorates the dawn ing of a life that has illumined the page of history for over a century a life that became the polar star and guide of waiting millions looking for some one to lead them on to po litical liberty. Such an one was Gorge Washington, whoso name is not only dear to tho heart of every American, but dear to tho heart of every lover of liberty the world over. It is meet that this day should have been set apart and consecrated as a national holiday, that tho immortal laurel wreath may be twined around his brow afresh by a loyal people upon each succeeding recurrence of the auspicious event. George Wash ington fought not alone .the battles of the three million souls who peo pled the colonies of a contury ago ; lie fought the battles of humanity for all time, and succeeded in laying broad and deep the foundation for a...

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. — 27 February 1882

gMUHg3jbA HHB5 Hmm&B&& wwmmmsm WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. roMUSTOSK. AMZOSA.FEBRUARY 27. 1882 This Paso is from the Dailv of Tuesday, Feb. 21. lUnEUVIiABITV IK THE HA1X. It was hoped, and even expected, that after the New Mexico and Ari zona railroad commenced running trains over their Una to Contention that several hours would be gained in the receipt of the mail and a cor responding saving in time to the traveling public. It now seems that too much was hoped for, and that in stoad of that gain there is a greater loss than was ever dreamed of in staging times. At least threa days in the week the noon train brings neither mail nor passengers from Benson to Contention, and people are compelled to awat the evening ooach for this (the mail) indispensi ble adjunct to civilization. We are told that this delay arises whenever the Southern Pacific trains going east are a few miuutes behind time, the N. M. & A. people refusing to wait for tho train. This, it seems to ...

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. — 27 February 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. S Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE.AIUZONA.FEIIIUTARY 17. 183 This Page is from the Dnilv o Saturday, Feb. 25. For. two days now wo have had no eastern mail. No reason has been assigned for this delav. A. N. Kjaer, a prominent Nor wegian statistician, has figured out the comparative carrying.capacity of railroads and steamships. Railroads is 0.8 ton per horse-power, and steamers 1.9 tons, being 1.1 tons in favor of the water-ways of oommerce. IIeur is an item for political economists to ponder upon. A. N. Kjaer says, "The commercial fleet of the world consists of two great halves one belonging to Great Britain and her colonies, and the other to the rest of the world." Tiie two rainy seasons of south ern Arizona are facts that have be come apparent to the least observ ant. The rain of the last twenty four hours while doing no particular good here, would have been a god send to southern California, where stock and sheep are perishing by the thousands. As a grazing country t...

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. — 27 February 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, AHIZONA.FEBRUARYIST. 1882 Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Daily of Sunday, Feb. 26. Col. Tiffany, Indian agent at San Carlos, has again boon beard from through a telegram to the Indian department at Washington. .He Bays the Indians on the reservation are "restless," and that he fears troublo unless the sentencod prison ers at Fort Grant are "reprieved. Wo are inclined to beliovo that a "he roic" dose of the colonel's celebrated order to "arrest him, or kill him, or both," might be tried in this case to good effect. Had the Cibiou mur ders been treated to the same sort of discipline that was recently applied in Chihuahua, in the case of the cap tured chief Nana and- his first oflicer, there would now be no cause for "un easiness" at San Carlos. Had the offenders in that massacre been white men a drum-head court would soon have settled the whole affair; but the actors being "noble red men," they were treated with distinguished con sideration, and the...

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. — 6 March 1882

sssPfi v.'v a m . a ewe 2rW TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MARCH f, 1882. V()L. Ill -NO. 35. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. K .-J WEEKLY EPITAPH. uP Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. MAltCH 6. 1882 This Pas1 is from the Daily of Saturday, March 4. Oil UCD flDr-Anno apec'menof Tombstone O I LI Lit UllU siher ore at nt by mall postpaid onreuM ol JM'r one year's subecrlp Ion to the Tombstone Epitaph. Addre Epitaph Printing and l'ubllbhing Co.. Tombstone, Ailzona. WEEKLY MINING REPORT Good Showing for the Week Ending March 4th. Some Now Mines' Looming Up with Good Prospects. r' Bullion Output. The bullion output foi the twenty-eight dajs of February, while not equal to some previous months, shows that there has been no material falling, olT in the product of the bonanza mines. Contention lieuds tho list with. . .$128,000 Tombstone M.&M.Co 115,000 Grand Central (estimated) 110,000 Vizinu Con. (estimated) 45.0Q0 Qirard (estimated) 20.000 Total .-.' $410,000 The mill returns for Grand C...

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. — 6 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. AHIZON'A, MARCH 6, 18SJ tv- Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Wednesday, March 1. Skxatoi: Millkk, of California, oper.ed the debate on the Chinese immigration bill yesterday, and so far as we can judge, from tho meagre synopsis tliat was telegraphed us, he made a strong case against the unre stricted and unlimited importation of Mongolians into tho United States. The debate will bo watched with in tenso interest by the entiro popula tion west of the Rocky mountains, whose destiny is being, to a largo ex tent, shaped by this invading horde fiom Asia. That there is no divided sentiment upon this subject on tho l'acifio coast, is evidenced by tho unanimous vote upon the- question at the gubernatorial election in Cali fornia in 1870, when tho total vote for unlimited immigration was only 883. Tho vote for restriction was 154,C3S. If our national govern ment ignores so important a fact as this, then there is no hope for relief fur tho laboring c...

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. — 6 March 1882

rLs LJ 7r'S,T M ra? ?' lj, lF lT bVEEK&Y EPITAPH, Sis-Pago Edition. YfBSTONE, AMZONA. MARCH 6. 1982 j is Page is from the Daily of Monday, Feb. 27. There is soon to bo a oliango in lt.is fuel used a.t our mines and mills. ! Wood is to be superceded by coal I from Now Mexico, whioh it is believ- ed ean.be laid down for $12 per ton, or at tlje fmo cost a3 a cord of wood. One ton of. coal is estimated to bo equivalent to two cords of wood, therefore, tho saving to the mining1 companies will be an item of con siderable importance. At tho pres ent rate of consumption, wood, if o ntinued as tho staplo fuel, would becomo an exceeding dear commod ity. As i it is, that supplied to the mines comes mostly from tho eastern slope of tho Dragoons, from twelve to fifteen miles distant, and costs $12 per pordffi3htijqftpl'ed for do mestic nurnoswRMMtttiauallv hitrh. --tjirLthislcold weMttefWadargre holes into people's JJWOffiM IT the. coal ex penmontproirjMgjrMsful it is more than probabkiotki?...

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. — 6 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. rOMDSTONE. ARIZONA, MARCH 6. 1883 S1 3ia-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Tuesday, Feb. 28. traiH!PTioN tmcb: U It .(dtKuAed "7 wrier)... .25 cents per week. Bally, ona year 110 00 Dallj, six months 5 00 Dillr.three month 3 00 vVklj, one year & 00 vVeekly, six mouths 2 60 Weekly, three months 1 S rjf-Bntcrcd at the Tombstone postofflee as see oud-class matter. TMK SSI ALL-FOX VASIC. Yellow flags invariably create panic, and the presence of one of theso portentous signals over a door on Allen street, near Eighth, last night and this morning, carried dismay to a large portion of our population. This morning the fateful banner fell ingloriously, the ease being one of simple, uncomplicated measles. While the authorities are entitled to, all credit for their prompt action in suspected cases, adequate words of condemnation cannot be framed for a physician who will deliberately terrorize a community over a case whioh at worst was only suspicious, and whore t...

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. — 6 March 1882

, WEEKLY EPITAPH. g Sis-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, AMZ0NA. MAIICII 6. 1882 This Vwgi. is from the Daily of Tliurstlny, March 2. Oil llrn nDC A fln uptc'inen of Tombrtono ulLlLU Unt tilvw ore sent by wall part paid vurnxiiiin! i I irunc year's mibcrlp loiitothe 'loinlHtnnc Kpllapli. Addrci Kpltaph Priming eiicl PubUnhlui; Co., ToinbMuiie, Atlzonn. Governor- Perkins, of California, by procUinition, Ims declared batur day next a legal holiday, that the peoplo may assemble in mass meet ings throughout the state to givo ex pression to their foelings upon the Chinese bill now before congress. The Governors of Oregon and Ne vada have been requested to take such action on the subject as seems to them best. From our knowlcd ;o of the deep seated alarm caused by the unlimited influx of the Mongol horde from Asia, upon the eastern shore's of the Pacific, wo predict a grander and more unanimous upris ing among tins peoplo of California than ever before took place m that state. Senator Miller lias...

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. — 6 March 1882

te A HTAPH. BSTONE. ARIZONA, MARCH 6, 18M Six-Page Edition. lis Page is from tho Dailv of Friday, March 8. PUBLISHED BY THK litaph Printing and Publishing Go Office, 32 and 327 Fremont Street, Tombatone. ArUona. aniiurrtoH rueii -!j .(daUrered oy '.wrier)... .is cente per week. Uly, one year ' . S illy, tix month! J WJ illy.three month i S W) I eekly, one year o " eekly, elz montbt 2 M) eekly, threo month 1 60 -Entered t the Tombitono poatofflce as aee Id-elate matter. HMt HKKV1CB TO MKX.1CO. Sbrt is being made to have a new rou'e established between hbstone and the Mexican line, via Irleston and Hereford to San Pe- ft present we have no commu- cation with Mexico nearer than 50 ties west ana i.uu miles east, wnue e proposed new route is almost di et and on the main thoroughfare the San Pedro to the Mexican bwns San Podro, Ojo de Agua, Cana- ja, Janoyerachi, Bacuaohi, Delicias, Ic. We are informed that our neich- ars over the line are very anxious bat such-a route should be es tab Is...

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 March 1882

f9b0 rlfc .. ift 9ti, vol. 111.-N0. ao. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MARCH 13, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. fnf rartih il rt"HMf Hi aft r rtfUV 1 WEEKLY EPITAPH. COMUbTONE, AltlZONA, M.USCH 13. ISSi B Six-Page Edition. This Papje is from tho Duilv of Saturday, March 11. PUBLISHED IIV THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Co Office, 23 and 327 Fremont Street. Taint tnne. Arizona. HB"Kir-TKiN vbicx: ni' ly .IjUverrd By carrier). ...!! ccn( per wwk. Bully, one year 4 .Dully, fix mouths .Dxlly.three month, , Vertly, ono yer ...' -tVeekly, ntxmonth.i.i 'Weekly, luree month. .1 ,. 310U0 .. 5 UO .. 3 U .. 5 00 .. 20 39Eu.lere4at the Toubatonc postofflce as ec unil-clss mutter. WEEKLY MINING REPORT. Now Developments in Totif Nut and Grand Central. ;li '& ttorn JllnhiK I'ayT ,nVe Introduce our weekly report with the following pertinent article from ibe Now York Dully Slock Report : Ak California, with her 803.000 inliubi tauts anil pioduelion ul $1,000,000,000 of gold since 1840. Ask ...

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 March 1882

ffEEKLY EPITAPH. rOMDSTOMK. ARIZONA, MARCH IS, 1883 Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Thursday, March 9. The Nugget is a good newspaper. This is owing to the faot that all its news, local and tolegraphie, is oribbed from the EriTAPit of the day pro vious. There are now twenty-eight fur naces running almost constantly at the Leadville smokers, and from eight hundred to nine hundred tons of ore arc reduced daily. Tho bullion for the present quarter, or from January 1 to April 1, 1882, will likely exceed that of tho last quarter of last year. The charity of Mr. Mid Mrs. Cor nelius Vanderbilt takes a practical turn. They have built a memorial cottage at St. Johnsland, Long Island, in memory pfa deceased daughter. It is to be a homo for orphan girls, . being adapted to tho wants of twenty-six. Mr. Vanderbilt will de fray all tho expenses of the institu tion. Our handsome friend, the fish commissioner and clerk of the board of supervisors, has just received by express from ...

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 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. TOHDSTONE, ARIZONA. MAKCII 13, 18M This Paso, is from the Daily of Wednesday, March 8. With its issue of March 1, the Now York Daily Stock Report, com menced its second volume. This is one of tho most valuable of our Eastern exchanges. Labor deposits of native copper are reported in the Jcrriollos range, Now Mexico, and parties backed by Philadelphia and Wilmington, Del., capital are thero making locations. Cuincu bugs and Hessian flics have made their appearance in the wheat fields of southern Iowa and Illinois. Thekb seems to be some oppo sition to putting Grant on the re tired list. This is espeoially bad in view of the fact that it has been at least a week since anyone has taken up a subscription for him. Repub lics are ungrateful. . The Denver Journal of Commerce i asks: "What is the difference be tween. the fire companies of all the ."other cilies of the-United States and -l ?,thatof Denver?". Having, propound- .ed this conundrum it answers it...

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 March 1882

,hA WEEKLY EPITAPH. t'-f Six-Page Edition. TDMUSTONK, AUIZONA. MA1IC1I 13, 1888 This Paso is from the Daily of Friday, March 10. Cll UCD flDC-A flne "P'C'mcn of Tombstone 01 LlCn UllLsiheroresentby mall purtpald oa rn-nTpl-ot i I tr uue year's subscrlp Ion to the Tombstone Epitaph. A-ldreim Epitaph Printing and Publishing Co., Tombstone, Arizona. The Now York Stockholder says: "Jim Keeno oontinues bearish, and says that 'By Gad! tmoplo aro sick ind tired of speculation.' " Jim has lieen a long timo in learning this fact. Ouit inquiry in relation tothoOhio mine, at Bisbee, has 'brought forth the following answer. The Ohio is u west extension ot tho Copper Prince, and is owned by Martin, Sim mons and others, who have bonded it to Philadelphia parties. Among the bills introduced in the House is one by Mr. Steele, of Indi ana, authorizing brevet commissions for commissioned officers for distin guished conduct in engagement with or campaigns against hostile Indians. This bill will not ap...

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 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. MAKCII 13, 18S2 This Paa: is from the Daily of Tuesday,' March 7. CI I VCD flDC A fine ptc'mcu of Tombtono OIL! til Unt nlher ore i'-nt by mall poftpald on receipt oi $ loruncycar'a utcrlp lontotso Tomlxtonc Epitaph. Addrei-o Epitaph Printing and l'Dblieulng Co., TombMonc, Ailiona. HAKfKK AXI TUE COW-llOYH. "The Cow-boys of Arizona" is tho subject of an ongraving and edi torial in Harper's Weekly, both of which are amusing in their way. Tho writer quotes from the lato ac ting Goyernor Gopsper and says, "That in number the cowboys do not exooed fifty," and then supple ments this statement with another, as follows: "They make the field of thoir operations, for the most part, in the county. of Coohise (so named from a-whitish stone found in the silver mines) and their head-quarters are in the town with the highly characteristic titlo of Tombstone." For this last piece of information the derivation of the name of our justly celebrate...

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 March 1882

. ZW-Wk s, t. IS ffEEKIY EPITAPH. rOMBSTONK. AHIZOKA, MARCH IS, 188 Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Monday, March 6. Thk Old Dominion Copper Com pany, whoso property is at Globe, Pinal county, Arizona, is a veritable will-o'-the-wisp, a Jftck-in-the-box. Now you see it and now you don't. The latest concerning the multifari ous mine appeared in the New York Daily Stockholder of February 27. Having Tailed in their efforts to smelt the ore, Capt. Burbridge now says that " the ore ranges from 28 to 55 per cent copper, being red oxide and green carbonates, and that it aver ages from $20 to 130 in gold. He propose to work this ore in a bat tery, run it over plates,' and concen trate it." This certainly will bo an anomaly in tho reduction of copper The 'question naturally arises: How will ho treat his copper concentra tions after he amalgamates his gold? And will not his carbonates, to a large extent, be lost in the prooess of crushing and concentration? Prov ing this last...

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 March 1882

mmttbhftte mt i 'i VOL. 11I.-NO. 37. TOMBSTONE, -COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MARCH 20. 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. . ... WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. VOHSrrONK, ARIZONA. MARCH 20, 18113 This Pacfl is from the Daily f Saturday, March 18. Cll VCB ftBC-A fln" peclmeo of Tonbttone OIL En tMCallTtr or tent by mall postpaid oa recoTpi of fSfurua rear's mbtcrlp ion to tar Taabataae Epitaph. AJirtia Epitaph Printing aa Fablltilaf Co.. Tombstone. Alizona. WEEKLY MINING REPORT. A Detailed lleport on the Ingcr soll Mine. ntslde BcvaUpaaeata Maintain Vr- nte ' etprts. 7, a- MINERAL ZOMfcS. -. Hi pert; whea called upon to "swear" upon a ml1ag iaitt arc prooe to 'dilate at' k-mt length upon "mineral zones," par. tlcukrlr if tbejr art hired to establish the ,exlttab ot tuch a thing by the plain-tiffs-tkt'defandants seldom hating to do with anything larger than a lode or rein. The following definition, recently given a prominent mining man of Tomb tone, hjr on of the moat celebrated of Pacific coa...

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 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, MUiCH 20. 1831 !& Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Thursday, March lG. I'UHLISHKD BY THK Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Octet, X25 and SJ7 Fremont Street, Tombatonn. Arixoua. trtB-RtrrioN rnicz: Df'Ij ijUrered By rarrler)....45 cents per week. H&llj, one je&r $10 on Dally, eix month 5 00 DMly.threo months " Weekly, one year OJJ tVeckly, tlxmouthtj, 2 50 Weekly, tbreo month 1 SO ET-Entered at the Tombstoao postofflce aa cc end-claia mttter. To Itepnbliranit of Corhlw County. Tue members ,0( the Tombstone Kepubllcan Club and all othtjf Kepubllcan' ofCochlte county will take nolle-that at a meetlncof the Executive Coramltwo tr the Tombstonu Republican Club. hvldMarUiSltWAltwas l'esolrct. Thai this committee call a meeting of theTomotone Kepubllcau Club to be held u the cltv of TomlMtune, Cochtsr conn'y. Arizona, on Haiardar, tuo 8m dar or April, A. I 1882, at an hour to bedetlf; atedbylhcm;andthat Invltat'on bj extend ...

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 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. Srac-Page Edition. TJUBSTONK, AUIZONA. MAIICII 20, mi This Pnc is from the Daily of Wednesday, March 15. Cll UCQ ODC-A flna ptc'rai of Tnrabtonc OILlLil UllEi'leroroai-utb ua'l p'itpala onreutilnl 1 lironeyear a aubterlp Innto tm Tomb-Ionu Epitaphs A1c1re Epitaph Printing and PuhltsblneCo. Tvimhatnne. AMznna TftK Colorado Miner accuses Ros coe Conkliug witli refusing the Su premo court judgeship tliut he might accept a $50,000 retainer to get Ap ollinarts water admitted freo of duty. Suppose ho did, what of it? Roscoe is a lawyer and lives as do other men of tin) profession, by his learning. If his legal ability, coupled with hi senatorial experience, makes his ser vices worth more in ono case than six years' salary en the supreme! bonch, he would bo different from other men if he abandons his profes sion for a mere living coupled with u littlo evanescent honor. Troy, New York, or at least the lower portion of thn city, n agitated over the miraculous appearance of th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
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