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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 2 September 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. ?li. IT. 1W. O. tt vrv o TtLEGRAPHIC. GENERAL NEWS. A Fatal Frlr.0 Fight. San Francisco, August 20. It has just transpired that a prize fight occurred across the bay near Sauce lito, in Marin oounty, yesterday. The contestants were Clias. Oram, an En glishman, and George Warsen, an American, both heavy weights, boat . men of Saucelito. The fight grew out of a disputo as to the pugiiistio merits of Sullivan aud Tug Wilson. The match was made for $250 a side, two weeks ago, and both went into training. The matter was kept very quiet "and only a few spectators were present. The rules wore a modifica tion of the Queensbury and London prize ring. The interval between the rounds were reduced to twenty seconds. The gloves used were a more pretext, being hardly thicker than driving gloves, Emerson weighs about 175 and Oram ten pounds less. The fight.beganat 3 p. m. and lasted about three-quarters of an hour, seven rounds being fought. Oram was overmatched and would...

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. — 2 September 1882

WMKL1 EPITAPH. 'TOMBSTONE, A. T., SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. OFFICIAL JOURNAL Of TOMHSTONK TUBUSIIED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Hamucl rurdy. Editor nnd MnntiRer. Office, 335 and 3J7 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Oury. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Horton. TUB TAKiri' COJ1MIHSIOX AT 1VOUK. 1 Tho tariff conywsiSh is unqucjf tionably eliciting a vast volume of information from tho representatives of special interests, and arc doubt lessly being1 amazingly onlightened as to the cunningost methods of tax ing ono class of citizens for the bene fit of another. Tho arguments being mado before them by tho presidents, superintendents, agnts and feed at torneys of speoial industries, must naturally run in tho groove of a nar rowed and selfish 'policy, and while they may familiarize tho commission with each particular industry present ed for their consideration, they will scarcely enable it to discriminate bo tween the priva...

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. — 2 September 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH,. TOMDSTONU. A. T., SKPTEMBEU 3, 168?, .Sandy HoIi'h Mtnc Iilne. Oilc','01 Alien street, In Trlboltt's building. Mages leao Tombstone at 5 A.M. for Contention, to (kmirct with Eastern bound train, and At IS u'tlMk It., to connect with Western bonml train. Accumulation stages leave at 7.30 A. M., alto at 2.8(iF. U. litsge leave every day for Cuarle Hon anil Hnnchnia, at 2..10 P. St., and Monday, Wed nesdays and Fridays at 7 A, M. for Charleston, iiuiiu anu menee. MnitOBltlou I1up. K. Smith' Opposition Stare Mnoleaves Tomb jWne every day at b a. m. and 1:80 p. m.,and con nects with the looming and evening trains at Contention. Fare, 81.00. Halls. Eastern Mall Including all points east or Don ! cUses p. u. Western Mall Including all points west or Ben on closes 11 :W a m. Money Order business closes S p. m. Register business closes 8:30 p. in. No Money Order or Register business transact- 1 alter oSce hours. tXEW KAILUOAO THIE TABI-K. EASTWARD. San Francisco leave at S:S...

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. — 2 September 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONK, A. T., SEPTEMBER 5, 1883 TUB JfEXT COXGKKSH. There are many .reasons why tho poople of this country should not eleot a Republican Congress to suc ceed the present one, but there is a special reason brought into promi nence lately that invites attontion in this connection. Mattors small in thomselvcs become important in cer tain relations, and individuals insig nificant and even" contemptible when considered apart from all fortuitous niro.umatnnoes. beconio factors of K&od or evil when chance placos them in pivotal relations to great movements or groat responsibilities. We do not suppose that throughout the length and breadth of this great country there exists any doubt that in headship and general manage ment this session of Congress has done moro to bring our country into ridioule abroad and destroy conii lonoe at home than any previously held in the history of the Republic. That Keifer has been a positive dis graco to us is not dinied by any mouth-pi...

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. — 9 September 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. V0L?-1V. NO. 9. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER J), 1882. JIVE DOLLARS A YEAR TELEGRAPHIC. GENERAL NEWS. .11 ore Indian Atrocities. Tucson, September '?.. Advices fiom Nogoles (on the line), of the first, savs: The Apaches are depre dating fearfully in this locality, and to the southeast. This week they attacked Michilones ranch ana killed a man, bis wife and father, took a lit tle girl and beating her head against tbejheuso left her for dead. She has recovered sufficiently to recite the fearful acts of cruelty on her mother before the red devils killed her. They took all the stock on the ranch. A party of Mexicans followed and overtook the Indians near Buena "Vista, where they were attacked and driven back. The Indians greatly outnumbered them. On Tuesday theVanoh Babo Saco was attacked Viv tin. mft hand, killiup- one man and wouuding notb-.'. On Wed nesday Cutacj-a ranch was jumped. Pedro Chilotea aud Altimar.no were killed, and most all of ...

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. — 9 September 1882

WEEKIY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. A. T., SEPTEMBER 9, 1SS.J- Ol'KIOIAI, JOUKNAL OF TOMUSTONK PUBLISHED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go rinnihcl I'urdj-. IMItor and .Unnncer, Offlcc, S2J and 327 Fremont Street, TombMtonc. Arizona. Srtasibtrrioji mics: De ly .(dallvired by rrler)....!!5 cents per week. Da y, ono year.. ....$10 DO Ra JVJ1 mon,hi --BOO Dariy.three months. 3 00 5 w!y,0.noJrcrt- & ft cekW.Mx months 350 Weekly, thrco months 1 so BEntcrod at tho Tombstone postofflce as second-class matter. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Oury. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Hortoii. The longest polo knocks tho per simmons. Tue Star and Democrat are fight ing a soft-prlovo fight. Dibble will not support Portor. Blackburifwill. Registration of voters should bo encouraged by all good Democrats. Granville II. Oury's private and public character is unimpeachable, The Prescott journals appear to be anxious over the oensus busings. Gen, Ckook has arrived in prr... co...

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. — 9 September 1882

trnvhifsMtiMJi ffRMIiY EPITAPH. TO.MBSTONK. A. T, SEPTEMBER 9. 133'J. Hamly IIoliV Ntnse lilne. Onice.-lOl Alien street, In Trlbolit's building, i-tagis Icate Tombstone at 5 A M. to' Contention, to connect nhh Eatern bound train, nnd t U o'clock SI., to connect with Western bound train Accommodation stsgts leave at 7.80 A. SI., aUoal .W P St. Stage leave eycry dy for Charleston and HuHCliKca, at .S0 1". MH and Mondays, Wed. uesdajsand l'rldaja at 7 A. SI. for Ch'arliston, Hereford and Blsbeu.n Opposition I.lno. N. Smith's Opposition StagoMnelcaves Tomb tone everyday at 8 a. m. and 1:30 p. m.,and con nects with tho morning and evening train at Wontention. Kate. 81 00. alalia. Eastern Mall Including all points oast of Ben ton closes u p. m. Western .Mail Including all points west of Ben on eloscs 11:30 a m. -Money Order bmuiess dopes S p. m. Ilcgtator business closes 3 :30 p. m. No Money Order or Register bnslness transact d after olHce hours. ,KV IUIIiKOAO Tl.nr. TA1M,K. EASTWARD. di...

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. — 9 September 1882

MEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A. T., SEPTEMBER 9, 1SS2 DEMOCRATIC AGENTS. The PrlmarlCH Saturday A 'alr Vote and Peaceful rroeeodinns The Itesult In Temlistone, Charles ton, Contention, llenaon, Etc. The Democratic primaries Saturday wore conducted in an orderly spirit, and notwithstanding the clashing of conflict ing Interest!, tko best of good feeling pre vailed. There was a warm Interest taken In the election all oyer the ity, and etery man with Democratic anticedenti and pro. clivilles -wai more or less anxious as to the result. There was no heaUd personal tight made on any one man, though a number of old time Democrats were anx ious to take up the maxim of the Ei-mru that nono but Democrats be placed on guard. Of course there were many warm discussions, and tho friends of the opposing candidates did a good deal of tongue fight ing, still there was nothing that tho clear est construction could construe into a quarrel, and when tho baltlo was oyer, all were friends again. Tho result...

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. — 16 September 1882

TOMBSTONE W EEKLi Y EPITAPH VOL.-1V. NO. 10. TELEGRAPHIC. GliNKItAX. NEWS. Wylie Knulm Ingersoll. Washington, Sept. 9. Judge Wylie, in further instructing the jury this morning, said: "I wish you to believo that if tlieso defendants, or any of them, aro guilty of this con spiracy, that one step is settled. When you reaoh that conclusion sink a post there, and that question be comes settlod. The next ono is as to overt nets, and thoro aro forty or fifty pages ot tins and comment employod in scenting out the distinct overt acts. Any one of those overt acts is cor-" rectly set out, and if such an act cor responds with the indictment it is euough, though all othors may bo in correctly set out." Ingersoll said: "1 would like the court to further in struct tho jury that it is impossible to make one defendant responsible for the acs of any other, unless the -fact of a conspiracy has bcou estab lished beyond a reasonable doubt." "And further," exclaimed tho Judge, decidedly, " I am not goin...

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. — 16 September 1882

.WEEKLY EPITAPH. Saturday Morning, Seitcmbor 10....1S82 Oi'JFICIAI. JOURNAL OF TOMUSTONE published by TnE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Maiuuol 1'iirdy, Kdltor and Manager, Offlce, 325 ana 33T Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. eiruiouimoN riticx: Ut lr ,(dsUveru' ty Harriet). ...25 cents per week. Bally, one year $10 (X) Dully, six month.... 5 00 Dally.three months 3 00 Weekly, ono year 5 00 vPeekly, sir months , - SO Weekly, throe months 1 SO tyKntered at the Tombstone postolllce as sec-oud-class matter. For Delegate to Congress, Granville H. Oury. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Hortoii. HAPPIXKSS. In our Hvos it is strange to ob servo how much happiness is talked o? aud how little it is understood. Ail aro in pursuit of it, but every one is flying in a different direction after it. Every one wants it every one longs for it. Still no one has caught it yet. Each thinks he dis covers it in' others, and wonders why ho cannot gain it himself. They try to follow ...

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. — 16 September 1882

' v WEEKLY EPITAPH. SnturtUy Morning, September 10....18K8 lejiteinber i lase iil Mainly ltV tase J.lne. Oincc, 401 Allen street, la Ttlbolct'f building. Stages leave Tombstone at 5 A.M. for Contention, to connect with Ea.tcrn bound train, and at 18 o'clock M., to connect with Western bound train. Accommodation stages leave at 7.30 A. M., alio at 30 P. M. Stage It-arcs every day for Charleston and Huachnca, at 2.30 1'. M., and Mondays, Wed setdavs and Fridays at 7 A. M. for Charleiton, Hereford and Bltbee. Opuoftltlon Iino. N. Smith's Opposition Stage Line leaves Tomb atone every day at 8 a. m. and 1:30 p. m and con eeta with the morning and evenlag trains at Contention. Faro,.1.00. Malls. Eastern Mall Including all points east of Bon Jo Hiioses 9 p. m. Western Mall Incladlnj all points west of Ben on closes 11 :30 a. m. Money Order bnsiuess closes 3 p. m. Iteirisior Business closes a:au p. m No Money Order or Register business transact- sl after omce hoars JJKW RAIlilCUAD TI3IR TAB...

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. — 16 September 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A. T., 8KITEJIBER 18, 1882. A IIUACnUCA PARADISE. A A nt ii nil Fori Conservatory l'ror. I.cimunii llotanUlnc- Somo months ago, it will be remem bered, wo noticed tho arrival ot Mr. and 3lrs. J. Q. Lemmon in this city, on their way to the Iluachucis. It has lone been believed that the canyons and defiles of theso mountains were natural conservator ies of flowers and ferns. Tho following graphic description wo find In a letter from Prof. Lemmon to tho Rural Press. It is dated Tanner's Canyon, August 23: "A week ago, whllo clambering up a high, narrow and very rocky ravine, n turn in its course suddenly revealed just before me a half-opened volume of nature's great library. It stood on cud, and was slightly Inclined backward against a high moun tain. Its sides were of syenite, limestone, granlto and quartz m superposed layers, capped with slate. I havo since conducted an oftlcor from the Post, experienced in measurements, to tho place, and obtained his judgm...

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. — 23 September 1882

WEI EPITAPH jK V0L.-1V. NO. li. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 2iJ, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR HIHiSifl Wi l-GWiife "17 THE GOiraTII The Democratic Ticket. CARR, JONES S3I1T1I, IIOL LAND AND GOODRICH. A Harmonious Gathering A VimlillK Ticket, and n. United Party. tiik i.i:;ihi vtivi: caximmatrs tiii: SHcrKiiviHoits tiii: IKKl,3T.ji!'i'ICi:!:S. I'ull rrorccdliigs or i.ast Snturdny'is Convention. Ere tbc sun was very high Saturday, it was evident to an ordinary observer, that something of more than usual importance was about to take place. The streets were crowded, and groups of earnest men engaged in vigorous discussion on every corner. The smiling face of the ubiqui tons candidate was visible at every turn. The delegates, too, were promiscuous, and Had lots of friends and flatterers on their trail. Allen street, at the corner of Fifth, was the principal place of rendezvous, and many an earnest discussion took place, many a llowcry eulogy was delivered on some candidate...

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. — 23 September 1882

g a5fflS81Z1flTt!'wri3K gttoakajpe-"' ifcjgmrnjJt - WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A. T., SEPTEMBER 23, 1882 .H'FICIAI. JOUIINAL OF TOSIMSTONK PUBLISHED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Hatutvcl Furdy, F.rtUor anil Manager, Ofllce, 32J and 337 Fremont Street, Tomjistone. Arizona, siicscmrTioN Titles: U ly ,(deUvsrt)d'rjy artlcr). ...25 cents per week. Daily, ono year $10 00 Dally, six months... 5 00 Dally.thrco months 3 00 Weekly, ono year 6 00 Weakly, six months 2 50 Weekly, three months 1 50 ESJ-Entcred at tho Tombstone postofflceas second-class matter. Democratic Territorial Ticket. For Delegate to CVmgiess. GRANVILLE II. OURY. For Superintendent of Public Instruction. "W. B. IIORTON". Territorial Council. .1, II. TITVIS. llouso of Hcprcsentativcs. 1). A. MORIARTV, D. K. WAHDWELI , J. F. DUNCAN. Democratic County Ticket- For Sheriff. LARKIN "V. CARR. For Rccordcr. A. T. JONES. For Treasurer. BEN QOODRICII. For (District Attorney. MARCUS A. SMITH. For Probata Judge. U. L. PEE...

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. — 23 September 1882

WEEKLY EriTAPH. TO.MDaTO.NK, ARIZONA, SEVTKMIIKR 23. .4 jfiinly ISoU'm Htace J. Inc. O.Uo"40l Alloa street, In TtlbolttV building. StaM lc''o Tombst one at 5 A M. for Contention, to connowilti Eastern bound train, mid at Vi u'clock Mr, to connect with Western bound train. Ace KiimoiUtlon cU'Cs leave at 7.30 A. .M., also at 30 1. M. Stazo leaves every clay for Charleston and Ilaachnca, at2.S0 1. M., and Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays at 7 A. M, for Charleston, Hereford and BUbee. Opttosltlon Jilno. N. Smith's Opposition Stazo Mnelcavos Tomb etouo every day at 8 a. m. and 1:S0 p. m and con nects with tho morning and evening trains at Contention. Fare, SI. 00. Malle. Eastern Mall Including all points east or Ben Ion closes 0 p. m. Western Mall Including all points west of Ben on closes 11 :30 a. m. Money Order business closes 3 p. in. Rosin tor business clones 8:30 p. m. No Money Order or Register business transact ed after otrfco hours. SRff JtAIiatOAU TI3II: TAIJIjK. EASTWARD. San ...

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. — 23 September 1882

30C&SSKSWCE WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A. T , SEPTEMBER S3, 18SJ A Child or NCM-ii, All tho bells of hcaen may ling, All tho birds of heaven may slug, All tho wells of earth may spilng, All tho winds on cartii may bring, All sweet sounds together; Sweeter far than all things heaul, Hand of harper, tono of bird, Sound of wind at sundown stirred, AVellinc watei's ninsomo woid, AVind in warm wau weather. One thing yet thcro is, tliat none Hearing iro its chimo bo done, Knows not well tho sweetest one, Heard of man beneath the sun, Hoped in licrvcn hereafter; Soft and strong, and loud and light, Very round and cry light, Heard from morning's toslcst height, When tho soul of nil delight, Pills a child's clear hughtti. Uoldcji bells of wclcomo lolled Never forth such notes, nor told Hours so blitho in tones so bold, And the radiant mouth of gold Hero th it rings forth hctvun. If tho golden crested w ion Were n nightingale why, then Something seen and htaid of mui flight be half ns swe...

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. — 30 September 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. VOL.-IV. NO. 12. TlEPUBLIOAN POW-AVOAV. Nlnushter or the lniioccutH Varo ami the Machine The Itcst Men Ilown ca The Valine ColtH Kick the Old War Hornet Plenty of Urowlliin- Only DemocratM Kny It in tilooil Ticket Full 1'roreeitliiRH, The Republican county convention In one s;nso disappointtcl no one, nnd In an. other disappointed many. The ticket was cut nnd dried, but tliero was n row expect ed, henco the conflicting opinions. There was no row, but no one was disappointed as to tiio result of tho convention. King Faro pulled Word through. The strong, est men up for sheriff were mercilessly downed. At tho last moment, faro and the machine got in their work and tho result is a bastard offspring not gotten of tho Re publican party. The cxposo of the Eri tavii caused a new deal in tho treasurer ship, and Wiley, who would have made a strong candidate, made way for Carr. Kverybc.ly is laughing and few nro pleas id. The EriTAi'ii's expose of the ring maneuver wa...

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. — 30 September 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMUSTONK, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER SO itV 110IAI, JOUItNAL OK lOMUSTONK PUBLISHED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Oo smni.tl rurily. IMltor and Manager. Ofllcc. 125 and 3J7 Fremont Street, Tointmtonc. Arlronn. tlio reform party was nrcdiotccl that nHontrTioN mice: l)c ly .JaUvjrcd by curler). ...'.IS cents per week. Daily, ono year 810 W) Dally, 'ix months o 00 mily.thrco months 3 00 Weekly, ono year 5 00 Weekly, Mr month 3 50 Weekly, threo months 1 0 E2T'IJntercd at tho Tombstono pojtofllco as scc oud class matter. Democratic Territorial Ticket. For Delegate to Congros. GRANVILLE II. OUKY. Kor Superintendent of Pulilic Instruction. "W. B. IIORTOX. Territorial Council. J, II. TDVIS. House of Kcjircsentutiv cs. D. A. MOIUAKTV, D. K. WAItDWELL, .1. P. DUNCAN. Democratic County Ticket. For Sherill. liAHKIX AV. CAim. For Recorder. A. T. JONES. For Treasurer. BEX GOODRICH. For District Attorney. MARCUS A. SMITH. For Probate Judge. U. L. PEEL. For Coroner. PAT. HOLLAND. ...

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. — 30 September 1882

Weekly epitaph. VOMIISTO.N'E, A. T., SEl'TEMUKI 80, 1SSJ Mumly IColi'n Ntnce liliir. Oaioe, 101 Alli-n etreet, In TrlbolitV building. flakes leave Toinlistono at 5 A M. for Contention, to connect with Ka-tern bound train, unit at VI o'clock SI., to connect with Western honnd train Accoiuinuilatlon i&! leave at 7.30 A. M., nleo at 0 1'. St. stns;o leaves every day for Charleston unci llniielii-ca, at 2.U0 1. M und .Moutlavn, Wed ttsdiand Fridays at 7 A. JI. for Charleston, trtr;l and lllehce. Malls. Kastern Mtll Including all point cat of Ben (on closes U ). in. Western .Mall Including all point west of lien on lo"i' 11:80 a. in. Jloney Order business closes 3 p. m. He-jlitcr business cloes3:30 p. in. No Monev Order or Register business transact ed after oflfco honr. XKW ItAlMCOAlK TI.1IK TAIIIjK. EASTWAKD. lcavo at 8:S0 a. in. every day leave ot 7 n. in. second day leave at B :25 a. m. third day leave ot 8 p. m. third day leave at 0:30 p.m. sixth day leave at 7 p. m, sixth day ....

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. — 30 September 1882

r WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A. T., SEI'TEMIiEIt SO, 1S8J Uronbcatinsr "Witnesses. Tlio law ih chnritnMc. It picsumos Hint nil men will do their duty, and it holds every niau innocent of nn nllegod erimo until ho has boon proved guilty. Lawyers, on tho contrary, aio inclined to bo uucharitablo, especially toward witnesses who testify against their cli ents. Though thoy linvo sworn " to tell tho truth, tho nholo truth, nnd nothing but tho truth," tho opposing counsel usually takes it for granted that they will go as near committing porjury as their tears will permit. Doubtless, theio is much' tobs caid in justification of tho Ian j era' couibc. Thoy seo much of tho prearieatiou of witnesses, and many attempts to con ceal ono f.ict, or to exaggerate another. It is not strange, theiefore, that they should doubt tho truthfulness of any witness, when interested iu a causo and aniajontyof witnesses are partisans. Their skepticism is often mado ollou sively vuouiiuont in a cro33-mamiiiiiti...

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