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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 March 1891

LAST DAYS OF POMPOSITY Give Way to Body" and Lover." "John Browu'H "Good-byo, My Washington, March 4. The House of Representatives of the Fifty-first Congress went out in a burst of song today. Its ending was remarkable and unprecedented, and a scene simi lar to that which followed the declara tion of the Speaker that the Fifty-first Congress was adjourned without day it was safe to say never occurred be fore in the Congress of tho United States. The vocalists of tho House on the Republican side of the chamber gathered in a body near the front row of desks, headed by Mr. Coleman of Louisiana, Mr. Yardley of Pennsyl vania, Mr. Stivers, of New York and Mr. Wade of Missouri, and as soon as the House was declared adjourned they started up tho stirring war tune "Marching Through Georgia," which was taken up by the great mass of the Republican Representatives, who made the-liall ring, to the great delight and admiration of the thronged galleries. A Democratic chorus headed by Rep resentat...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 March 1891

PKMSqUEKT TAX LIST. ' ' LIST -OF- DEUNQDENT TAXES -IN- Cochise County, Arizona Ter'y FOR TUB YEAR 1890. The following la a correct list of personsowlng Territorial and County taxes Inr toe year 1690. sow delinquent In na for Cochise county, and description of tho properly In said county upon which taxes aro due. together with the assessed valuation and the amount of such delinquent tax, costs and percentage for the year 1890: Valuation. Tax. .A.. Andeison, Mrs Sophia, Tomb stone, lots S3 and 23, block St, and Improvements $ 150 00$ 4 99 Anbertlne, J, Tombetsne., lot S, block T 5 00 M Adam, E , Blsbee, corral aud bnlldlngs, 6 horses, 4 vehicles andhau.ess 1U 0 83 15 Acedo, J SI, Lower ban Pedro river, M interest m tract of school land, 1 bone, 2 stock horse 17130 4 43 Allen, J D, -an Pedro river, lm. provtmevit ,1 h rs 3ca'tl', 1 wagon, tools aun mnchluery. 430 69 12 7) Amalon , J L. hlrlc huaims, near itlggs, 7 turns, 25 cattle, lwa:on 483 24 14 01 Allen, M rk. Sulpuur Npr ng Valley...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 March 1891

.& - t - , it.. - TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR g plaMM City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor andProDrietor. fKOHFECTOR. ::o:: 1ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oa.Year , - - - Six Month - r " On Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one insertion - - " ? J? Bach subsequent insertion, per square - I oo OFFICE: Fr.mont St., Opposite Pity Hall. Entered In the Tombiton Poatoffloe is Moon elaai matter t PRANK 0. BARLE. Assay an d Metallurgical Labokato v .o.r, .... MBMdNT STREET. Opposite City Hall. Tombstone. HERRING HERRING, Attorneys ahd CooKsbllors at Law. VFlbE TOUQHNUT STREET, BET. j 3d and 4th. Below the Court Hbuse. F. & A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 6, P. & A. M., holds sUted meetings on the third Saturday in eaoh month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 p. m. Speoial meetings held whenever blue -flag is hoisted. Visiting brother are cordially invited to attend. Gustay Fisheb, W.M. Kim Habt Secretary. 8 18tf - Gochl...

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

TOMBSTONE- EPITAPH. jaggs1 PUBUSHED EVERY SUNDAY BY S.C.BAGG Tombstone, Cochise County. Arizona. intuio in tmi rorr orrici M iicokd-ciam math. LOOAL HAPPENINGS From Friday' Daily. Frank Hare returned last nighi from a flying visit to Tucson. H brought Mrs. Hare wilh bim. The s timablo lady, whoso name was Mis? Patterson, was not entirely unknown in Tombstone where she made manv friends during a brief visit. In com mon with a host of friends the Pros pector wishes them a multitude ol joys and happiness. The Rt. Rev, J. M. Kendrick D. D., Bishop of New Mexico and Arizona is expected to-morrow and will preach and administer the rite of confirma tion at St. Paul on Sunday. A drummer for a San Francisco house lost his head this morning and started in to do up ore of our mer chants. The latter being barred from active engagements by the rules o good society, the more youthful members of the firm accepted tin challenge. It was an even bet till tin third round that neither would get knocked...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 March 1891

wtmmut CO VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. MARCH 15. i8qi NO. 121 a o e TQ 1BST0NE EPITAPH. - '" -... . Published every Sunday by S.C.Bagci TombEtone, Cochise County. Arizona. tUTIRID IN TMI POST OFFlCt At UCONO-CUM MATTt. The thiid IIouso made quick work of the passage of the city economy bill. Give Arizona a company of rangers and it will be casting broad upon the waters. Tar fee bill is condemned by office holders and citizons as well. It is not economy to employ cheap labor. The A. T. it S. F. railroad has sent 600 or 700 freight cars to Southern California to transport the orange crop, The reign of terror in Cochise ard Pima counties during the outbreaks and raids of hostile Apaches will be a thing of the past with a properly equipped company of rangers. In Hungary a lottery has been au thorized to raise 8,000,000 florins for the use of the Protestant church. Protestants do not go hungry in that country. The San Francisco Call utters an other protest against ...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) bv S 0. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Rate. One Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 OneMonth 100 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fresti Kaacb Butter trom ttia ranch ol J H White UWolcott'i Cash Store. S-7tf There never was shown a more honorable disposition on the part of any set of men than that by the gen tlemen who last year succeeded in defeating the disincorporation of the city of Tombstone. A. t that time those opposed to disincorporation said to the voters: "wait till the legislature meets and we will father a bill to re duce expenses, lop off useless offices and reduce the expenses of running the city to a minimum, but we will never agree to disincorporation." The dis patch from Phenix last night, telling of the passage of the economy bill through the house by a unanimous vote proves that they were in earnest when they made the promise to the tax-...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Published kvkkv Sunday ny S.C.Bago Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona. IHTUtO IN TMI "OST OrrlCt ICOHO-CIAM MATTER. LOOAL HAPPENINGS Monday's Deily. Mr. Suart, who has for many years been a resident of Tombstone and held positions of trust with many of our business houses, will take his de parture tomorrow for Sun Francisco, where he will accept a position with a prominent business hojse. His famil iar face will bo missed by his many Tombstone friedns who wish him suc cess in his new field. G". W. Swain, Allen English and Sheriff Kelton left for Phenix yester day. A. E. Shattuck has returned from an extended trip through the lower Sulphur Spring valley. Arastra Johnson is back i:i Tomb alone after a long absence in Pinal county. The state of Washington has appro priated $100,000 to the World's fair ex hibit. The Yuma Sentinel came to hand to-day and contains a graphic descrip tion of tho flood. 2C0 buildings suc cumbed to the water. Joe Bignon and wife have desert...

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 March 1891

NEWS BY WIRE. Dispatches from numerous points throughout Minnesota, northern Iowa, central Illinois, southern Wisconsin and eastern Nebraska report that the severest snow storm of the winter raged Saturday night and all day Sun day. There was a regular blizzard blowing and snow is badly drifted Trains are running behind time and especially in Minnesota. Investigation of the sugar trust by the New York State Senate commit tee was continued yesterday. O. S. Elds, an accountant, testified thai the trust had made a profit of over $11, 900,000. Stockholders had been paid ten per cent of this. The remainder was still in the hands of the constitu nt companies. Brazilian newspapers have been received at the State department con taining a decree by the Brazilian President declaring the ports of that country free to the imports of the United States as per the recent recip rocity agreement. No information concerning any breaks on the Louisiana line of levees have been heard up to to-day and th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 March 1891

LOOAL HAPPENINGS From Thursday's Daily. Cal Cox was a passenger on tlio in iucotnir.g stttgo to-dtvy. The Australian ballot bill has passed both houses in California. Onl. Lockhart of Deminc sold 600 head of feeders last week, at $18 per head. The second Fiiday in March has been fixed upon by the New Mexican legislature as arbor day. James McAllister, a brother of County Treasurer McAllister, came in to-day from Pittsburg and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. McAllister for a few weeks. The Doming and Pacific road is no longer on paper but work upon th Chihuahua end is being pushed rapid ly. Work from Doming will be start ed in a few days and 160 miles will be completed within six months. When House bill No. 100, to sup press Indian outlaws by giving $200 reward for the killing of all Indians caught off the San Carlos reservation, was read second time, Mr. Fisher offe ed an amendment to the bill, to have persons killing Indians for the scalp to bring in the scalp with left ear attac...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published kvkhy Sunday ijy S.C.Baoo gcnsciurriox bites: One year 00 6ix months iW Delivered by carrier to any part ol the city for 35 cents per month. Nkw Mexico has made an oppropri ation of $55,000 for the World's Fair. $30,000 would be sufficient for Arizo na. . The repeal of the timber culture act and pre-emption laws by Congress will lessen the business of the land offices materially. . The first move the Phenix people should make to disprove the growing beliaf that she is out of the world is to arrange for a semi-weekly mail. Buffalo Bill has received an order from Secretary Noble for 100 Apaches. He will show them this summer in the eastern states. Good enough. During the debate on the feo bill Tevis made a motion that "the assess or hereafter bo required to allow cows to produce calves oflener than once in six years, as is now the case in Cochise county." Assessor Gilman should challenge him to mor'nl combat. 2,000 Indians are to bo enlisted in the U.S. arm...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 March 1891

fe. w- WZ sAse TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. tERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Vear - - $10 oo Six Months - - - 6 oo Ons Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: Ona Square, one insertion - - - $a oo Rich subsequent insertion, per square - I co ::o:: OFFICE: Frooont St., Opposite City Hall. Entered tn the Tombstone Postofnc as second class matter FRANK 0. EARLE. Assay an u M ktallurgical. Laboratory 0 FFICE 3io, FREMONT STREET, Opposite City Hall, Tombstone. HERRING 4 HERRING, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. tFlCE TOUGHNUT STREET, BET. sj 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. F. Oi A. at. King Solomon Lodge No. 5, F. & . SI., holds stated mootinRa on the third Saturday, in each month in Masonio Hill, at 7:30 p. m. Spooial meetings held whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brother are cordially invited to attend. Gustaye Fisher, W.M. Kiut Hart Saoretary, 8 13tf Cochise Ijix...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.C.Bxac BllBSCHIlTIO.N BATES: One year. $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part ol tho city for 35 cents per month. ' - - - ... .r . THE WORLD'S FOUR CORNERS. There arc over a hundred railway stationsta London. TiiKitE are in European Russia two hundred and twenty-three sugar fac tories producing sugar from beets. A French writer has recently called attention to the fact that English lace is frequently charged with white lead. Over threo hundred thousand dollars' worth of French bonbons are exported to Constantinople yearly for the ladies of the Turkish harems. The salary of tho president of Japan's congress or diet is four thousand dol lars, and he holds ofBco for four years. Tho vice-president gets two thousand dollars. The Metzger Zeitung, one of tho most popular journals of Luxembourg, has been suppressed for six months because it contained recently articles reflecting upon tho new Grand Duke. According to the reports o...

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 March 1891

k Ry C "lM ., - uwv-atW' C VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. MARCH 22, i8qi NO. 12s "ra-jr-- 0 IBSTONE EPITAPH. Published every Sunday by S.C.Bagg Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona. KTIMD IN TH K)4T OFflCI MCONO-CLAU MATUS. LOOAL HAPPENINGS From Friday' Daily. Thirty men are working on the Quijotoa properties. A carload of ore was shipped from the Silver Cloud initio yesterday. Ohoice Eastern Dried Apples and Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf N. W. Storer and wife will leave for their old homo in Boston, in a few weeks. Mine host Cas'.enada, of the Virgin ia Hotel at lisnson, is visiting Tomb atone. It looks very muoli as though Co chise wouldhave to be contented with the ranger bill. Suit against the delinquent tax-payers of Cochise was begun in the dis trict court yesterday. MoDonough and Nobile yesterday received an immense stock of liquors and wines of all kinds, Tucson's post otlke has outlived its third class clothes and will hereafter aail under Becon...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published kvkiiy Sunday by S.C.Bacig " CBSCRimON KATES: One year W Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 36 cents per month. Tho selection of a captain and men to compose the ranger company is the next thing in order. A cafUrn genth'man describes the Mafia, which has created the trouble in New Orleans, and the members of which killed Chief Hennessey, as "a society of murderers, of paid assassin. For sums of money ranging as low as f 5 it was possible to get an enemy put out of tho way. The Mafia had never been molested until Hennessey went into office. New Orleens had never had a chief of police who dared attack it. When the Mafia e aid a man must die his death was swift and sure. A murderer might escape the penalty of the law but never the decree of the Mafia." - As they lived, so they died. The Republican finds fault with Mark Smith for not stopping the land grant court bill from becoming a law The trouble with most of the Arizona edito...

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 March 1891

TOLD OF PEOPLE IN EUROPE. The widow of Prof. Schlicmann will continue his archaeological work. Dumxa tho illness of the lato Emper or Frederick, It became so much tho fashion to consult Dr. Morell Mackenzie that his professional income roso to an averaffqof twelve hundred dollars a day. Tiie famous Lafayette family,, of France, has becomo extinct by the death of Senator Gdmond do Lafayette, a gTandson of tho General. He was a wealthy bachelor and gave largely to charities. Sioxor Jkssada, tho great lace fab ricant of Genoa, Italy, carries back the manufacture of Italian lncn ns onrlv ns the year 1400, and has in his possession specimens which ho declares to be of that date. During tho present century, three girl Queens have, before the advent of Queen Wilhelmina, almost simultane ously ascended the throne of a European Nation: Maria da Gloria of Portugal, Isabella of Spain, and Victoria of En gland. Mrs. Marshall O. Roberts, who lives now in Spencer House, London, is said to receive...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) by S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Hates. On Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 OneMonth 100 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Preu Ranch Butter trom the ranch ot J H White ttWolcott'i Cash Store. 8-7tf Edward Schwartz, of Phenix is the new commander of the Arizona G.A.B. Bribery in the California senatorial fight is to be investigated. The constitutional convention bill is the same one which was passed two years ago. Felton did not get the Oalifornia enatorship nntil Stanford came on the ground. It took f 21,600 to buy DeYoung's votes for Felton. How 'much Estee's men were paid for supporting Felton will never be known. The bills passed by the 16th legis lature will not be printed for 60 days and there if no use in trying to figure out what the provisions of a bill are until it gets in cold type. The unsatisfactory dispatches from Phenix will do for th...

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 March 1891

. TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) BY S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. 'IKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - - $10 oo Six Months - - - 6 oo On Montn (Delivered by Carrier) - - x oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one insertion - - - Jaoc Bach subsequent insertion, per square - x oo ::o:: ' OFFICE: Fremamt St., Opposite Oity Ball. Entered, la the Tombstone Postofflosas second elm mtoi FRANK 0: EARLE. Assay and Metallurgical Labosatort 0 FFICE 319, FREMONT STREET, Upposlte Ultjr nau, lomostone. HERRING k HERRING, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. fBFICE TOUGHVUT STREET, BET. J 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. F. sfc A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 5, F. k A. M., holds stated maatinKS on the third Saturday is eaoh month in Masonio Hall, at 7:30 p. m. Speoial meetings held whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothei a are oordially invited to attend. Gcstatb Fishkb, W.M. Kibt Habt HeoreUry, 8 18tf Cochise bodge Ko. S I. O. U. F ...

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 March 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.C.Bagq BCBgCRlrTieX KATES: One year $4 Op 8ix months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. Female suffragists will have no use for democrats hereafter in Arizona. The way they fooled them in both houses reads like the- fable of Adam and Eve. The bill requiring the county sup erintendent to appoint two members of the examining board of his county has passed both houses. As the law has been, the territorial superinten dent appointed them for all counties. The passage of the bill placing Co chise and Graham counties together as one judicial district was music to the ear of our people. It does look as though reason would prevail in all affairs in the long run. Without speaking in a partisan sense, the Prospector voices the pop ular sentiment of the whole people when it affirms that never in the his tory of Cochise county has she sent such a diligent, honorable, thoughtful delegation to represent them at th...

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 March 1891

From Wednesday's Daily. The little kids won the ball yesterday by a score of 45 to something worse, game 3 or J. H. Coggshall has been appointed postmastei at Powers vice Mrs. J. M. Powers resigned. 'The Department of Agriculture, at Washington, predicts a speedy rine in ' the price of cattle. A. H. Emanuel rcceited a telegram from Judge Sloan to-dayiolling him to adjourn court to March 30th. Mrs Mark Smith received a letter from Mr. Smith on Monday which conveys the intelligence that he is still confined to his bed and will not be able to travel for some time. Phenlx News. Q. W. Swain returned to day from Pheuix and brought a certified copy of the economy bill with him. It is different in runny respects from the bill which passed the lrouse at first, The original bill passed and upon dis covering defects it was referred back to the committee atd remodled. bill provides That in all cities which cast a of less than 600 at the last, the The vote only offices shall be Mayor, ono counci...

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 March 1891

1 .1H8U)K PROSPECTOR tr'oaa 4c Houtheaatera K. Time Card. LK1VB, ARRIVE. fiisbee 7.00 .m Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n Daily, except Sunday. fPacifio tim0 Bka Williams, 8u.pt. Sl-aal Service. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hcura ending S o'clock p. m. March 21 ; Maximum 66 . Minimum 46w LOCAL. NOTES. From Saturday's Daily. Our delegation is expected home from Fhenix tonight. Everything points to the admission of Arizona as a state next winter. W. W. Woodman is boss oaipenter at the Can Pablo mine at Nacossari. For Bent The Miner's restaurant at Bisbee, A. T. 2-6-tf Hats sold below cost at -Eueher Ores' furniture store. 1-20-lm A copper smelting plant is to be ereoted at Stein's Pass by the Johnnie Bull owner. Mart Malunoy of Harahaw was thrown fmm a wagon last Tuesday and broke his leg. Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour and Meals just received at Hoefler's. Howard Herring filed his bond yes terday as Notary Publ...

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