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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 20 March 1882

Hi 4 WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. AIUZON.l, M.MICH SO. 188J Six-Page Edition. This Pase is from the Dailv of Friday, March 17. COPPKK. The eagerness with which the search (or copper goes on, not only in this county, but Arizona at large, us vroll as New Mexico, raises a ques tion as to the desirability of pressing the market beyond a profitable limit. These reflections are called forth by the remarks on the copper market by that conservative and eminently re liable sheet, the Engineering and Mining Journal, of New York, in its issue of March 11. It says: "Wc are informed .that there is a moro ment on foot to pool production, or msko somo arrangement that will prevent an excess of copper during the present year. It is claimed that the Lake Superior people will guar antee not to make more than 55,000, 000 pounds, and that the most prom inent mine in Arizona will not in crease its present capacity during th year." It will bo seen frdmthc fore going that among heavy producers there is a f...

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. — 27 March 1882

Stombgfotte VOL. IlI.-NO. 38. TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MARCH 27, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. mt PXlwPlJ :X 'WEEKLY EPITAPH. tar- Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. AMZONA. MAECH 27, 1382 This Pnso is fr,om the Daily of Sntuvday, March 25. CIIUCD flDE-Ane,Pec'm'D0' Tombstone OlLICn Unt slher ore sent by mall postpaid on receipt or $5 lor one year's unbtcrlpilontoth Tombstone Epitaph. Address Epitaph Printing and I'abllehlnK Co., Tombstone, Arizona. PUBLISHED BY TIIE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Office, 325 and 327 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arliona, snasimmoN riticx: Ot'lj .fiuKvertd By '.arrler)... .25 cents per week. Bally, one jc&r.... $10 DO Dally, fix months 5 00 DallT.lureo month 3 00 Weekly, one year 5-00 Weekly, six months ; !0 Weekly, three months 1 50 Qflintcred at the Tombstone postofflce as sec ,ud-class matter. t WEEKLY MINING REPORT. A Quiet Weak Usual Amount of Work Done. Will the Illnes Go Down! This has been lb ueston of paramount interest since the-iye...

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. — 27 March 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, MARCH 18S? Six-Page Edition. This Pac is. from the Dnilv of Thursday, March 23. PUBLISHED DY TnK Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Office, 25 nd Zt! Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. tiiBicmrrioN rnicsi l.'ly ,(lj'.vered ty iirrter)....S5 cents per week Hilly, ono year , $10 Dilly, fix month! o i' nallr.three months 3 "' Werkly, ono year JJi VeUy, elx month '- ' Weekly, three montb 1 6 J-Euteredat the Tombstone uostofflcou eec ond-clua matter. To Itepnbllranft or Coehlw County. The members of lht Toiubtono Republican Club and all other Republican of CoehUe county will take nolle that at a racetlugof tho Executlie Committee uf the .Torabetonn Republican Club, held March S. 1WW, It was Kesolred, That this cotnmitteo call a rocetlus of the Tombstone Republican Club tu be held n the city of Tombstone, Cochise county. Arizona, ou saturdar, tue Kth dav or April, A. ., 133, at an hour to bedes Igi ated'hy them; and that Imitation Iw extend 'd to tho I...

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 March 1882

r WEEKLY EPITAPH. tar Sbc-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, AKIZONA. MAItCH 27, 1832 This Pago is from the Daily of Monday, March 20. CIIUCD nDC Aflno ipfcclmrnof Tombstone OILlCn UllC ulm ore cent by mall pontpald onrrculit 01 f.Moruucjrrar'i ubscrlp ionlothr Tombstone Kpltapb. MAn Epitaph Printing and Publishing Co., Tombttone, Arizona. JUIUIIT AIIOUT FACE. As lias been assumed by those well versed in the United States Land Laws, the secretary of the inferior has reversed former rulings in rela tion to the issuancn of patents to mines and they will hereafter be is sued devoid of the heretofore obnox ious reservations in relation to town sites, as will be seen, by the follow, ing extract from Secretary Kirk wood's letter of instructions to the commissioner of the land office, in the case of the Vizina Consolidated Mining' Company, of Tombstone, publishod in the Reporter, a Wash ington journal devoted to national affairs. Ho says: "Clearly, it must bo assumed, prima facia that a mineral clai...

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 March 1882

'.TM) 'VlHRTo 1H WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, MARCH 57, 1SS2 Six-Page Edition. This Pa??c is from the Dailv of Tuesday, March 21. DEEP TUXXKI.IXG. In 1SG3 and 1801 the great rage was' deep tunneling to open up the comparatively few mines then in ex istence. It was about this timo that Sutro located the long boro that im tnortalized his name, and from which ho has realized a golden fortune, while the stockholders havo got the experience. All tho papers at all given to tho support of tho mining industry advocatod the tunneling system whero anything like adequate advantages could be obtained. We can most of us look back to tho in ception of tho Sutro tunnel and dis tinctly remember what miracles it was to work for tho mines on the Comstock lode. At that timo Aniei icarfs had little or no experience in silver mining, and did not realize how rapidly a company could peno trato tho bowels of tho oirth by aid of modern appliances. Their idea of mining was based upon the old, !owj fus...

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 March 1882

WEEKfiY EPITAPH. V Six-Page Edition. ixr- TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. MA1ICH S7, 1884 This Pnsc is ft'om the Daily of AVctlnestliiy, March 22. Cll lCD RDC-A lino piemen of TumWomi OILlCn UlIU -i'ht-r ore "iit by ma'l po-tpai'i on Kb ii'i ol s ' t oa e yf ar's mbci lp Ion 10 tin Toinbmonc Epitaph. A'ldro"" KpllupU Printing and Pnhllohtni; C i. TumlHtnue, Ailioua. TOmtSTOXU IMSTKICT. The Now York Waily Stock Re port of tlio 15th instant, in mi able review ot the mining situation lias the following good words for Arizo na. It says: From Arizona tlio Tombstono dis trict is making a strong exhibit The mineral section is limited at present, but when mining has been prose, outed at all, the results have been marvelous as to gold,silvor and cop per. The merest glance at the bul lion shipments shows which way the wind is blowing there. The Stock Report is right when it says the results have been marvelous. They not only have been marvel ous, but are beooming more and more so every day. The late stri...

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 March 1882

flTEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, MARCH 27, tS S Six-Page Edition. This Page is from tho Dnilv of Fridaj', March 24. ritoFFJSKon w: r. iii.akk ox tui: TOMBSTOXK 31INEM. Prof. William P. Blako will bo re membered by the readers of tho Ep itaph as ono of tho experts in the Contention-Head Center case, tried at the last term of tho district court in Tombstone He is celebrated throughout the United States as a learned mineralogist, thereforo any thing that ho writes upon that sub ject is sought by those interested in tho subject of mines or mining. Ho published in the Mining and Engi neering Journal," of March 18, an elaborate article on "Tho Geology and Veins of Tombstone, Arizona," tho paper having been road beforo tho American Institute of Mining Engineers at its last meeting. We reproduce such portions of tho arti cle as we deem of most general in terest. He says: In the central portion of tho dis trict, covering the claims known as tho Tough Nut, Good Enough, Way Up, Vifina, an...

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. — 3 April 1882

Wmn&hmt mt VOL. IlI.-XO. 39. WEEKLY EPITAPH. txr Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. APKIL 8, 1WJ. This Paso is from the Daily of Saturday, April 1. '?ll UCD flDEA- rine 'Ptc'raro of Tombstone 01 LI til UFlt "Imt oro m-nt by nm'l postpaid on reuipi 01 a Mruiicy-nr runscnp Ion 10 mi To nhtone Epitaph. Alton1" Epitaph I'flntlnn tnu rnnii'DU'E . nimniinne, -uzim. I I published uy the Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go Offlce, :fc and 3J7 Fremont Street, UToiulMone. , Arizona. ,,, -r ?4 7 i'B"kiptiok rnici: Vtf'tr.li aiid tiy carrier)... .'.'3 ccuta per wick. ViIIt.-o 'rear slO 00 ailtvO0'ith....i ..,..1 00 Ti-irv tTri, m.inth.,.--- 10 tfatmj, on& year HO tftseJJr.jslx suuitha 2 SO Wetldjr, thwn mouths , 1 SO TEutere!l the Tombstone poito&lcoat iec ond-tlaas matter. WEEKLY MINING REPORT. The Fermanenl Wntcr ltesion Fount! In Urand Central. The permanent water region in llie Grand Ctntrnl mine has been found, and at 18 feel below where first struck, the flow became so stron...

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. — 3 April 1882

T - WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. rOVnSTONE, AMZONA. AVML 3, liJSJ. This Pace is from the Daily of "Thursday, March 30. CIIUCD nnCAflno,Ptc,raeno' Tcmbtono 0 1 Li Cn U n C H er ore etnt by wall pott )ald in receipt of $ tor one year's subscrlp loato thr Tombstone Epitaph. Addree Epitaph rrlntlug and Publishing Co., Tombttone, Arizona. PUBMbllED BT THK Epitaph Printing and Publishing Co Oflce. 325 and S27 Fremont Strvet. Tombstone. Arizona. anmnnirrioK rmti: U'ly ,(i3Kwrtd By carrier)... .25 cents per vrek. Vitly, one year $10 00 Dilly, in montba 5 00 DUlr.tnreo months i 8 10 Weekly, one year 6 00 Weekly, ell months 2 50 Weekly, three months 1 50 tVKntcred at the Toabtone postofflce as sec ond-class matter. To lCepubllraiiN of CoelilM County. The members of the Tombstone Republican Clnb and all other Republicans of Cochise connty will take notic that at a meetlnzofthe Executive ommHtee of the Tombstone Republican Club, held March 2. lBSl? It was Resolved, That this cotnnltteocall...

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. — 3 April 1882

- rirnvrvTrrv T?TDTfn A do WJkDjlUJi xjj:ji..u.. H Sis-Page Edition TOMBSTONE, AIUZONA . Arm L 3, 1892. This Page is from the Daily of Monday, March 27. OIIUCD flQC A line specimen of Tombtono OIL! Ltl UnL silver ore sent by mall postpaid on receipt of $S for one yeir's nbscrlpllon to ton Tombstone Epitaph. Address Epitaph Filming and Publishing Co., Tombstone, Arizona. THi: I.ATKST VICTIM. Tlio recent assassination of M. R. Pool, civil onginoer sf tlio Tough Nut company, is unprecedented in tlio history, not alone of this mining camp, but of the worst known to ex ist where lawlessness was the rule and not tho exec'ption. The moro wo revolve the circumstances of tho as sassination in our minds the more horrible it appears from tho fact that there seems to bo an entire absenco of motive in tho dastardly deed. The poor distracted father has tho sym pathy of the wholo community in his great bereavement. Immediately on receipt of the news on Saturday ovo ning, Judge Peel, father of the ...

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. — 3 April 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, AI'KIL 3, 133i. fr Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Duilv of Tuesday, March 28. ritomrcTiox ov Tim vur.cious METALS. Tho KriTAnt acknowledges ro coipt of a copy of Superintendent Walker's statistical production of tlio precious metals in tho United States, prepared for tho census bu reau, by special agent, Clarcnco King, for tho year 1S80, which con tains tho fullest and most acourato statistical data ever reported in tho Uited States. Thero are many things in it of very great interest. Gold mining in California is always an interesting subject, and moro particularly sinco its principal pro duction is confined" to tho auriferous ores that have to bo mechanically treated boforo its precious contents are in a form to enter into tho re quirements of trado arid commorco. Wo find, by consulting tho tabu lated statistics of tho gold quartz mines, that for tho year 18S0, thero were raised and treated 533,301 tons of oro throughout the state, from ...

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. — 3 April 1882

ml&LY EPITAPH. TOMDSTONE. AKIZONA, APK1L 3, 188.'. Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Wednesday, March 20. TIIK IMlKl'IOITM METALS IX AIU ZONA. Olaranco King, in his statistics of tho production of the preoious met als in tho United States, says of Ari zona: " A marked impulse has been given to tho mining industry of Ari zona by the line showing of tho new Tombstone district. Tho bullion production of this district had only begun in tho period covered by the census year. A few months later, with increased milling facilities, a considerably higher rate if produc tion was maintained." The census year ended May 31, 1880, at a timo when tho mines of Tombstone had just fairly begun to show of what stuff they, were made. The produc tion of tho territory by counties was as follows: Maricopa. 1980 tons, with an average assay value per ton of 1 15.94, aggregating 230,000. Mohave turned out 2G1SJ tons, as saying $95.09, bullion value $248, 99G; Pima county (which then in clu...

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. — 3 April 1882

tK ffEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMRSTONli. ARIZONA, AmiL 5, 1SSJ. i Six-Page Edition. This Pago is from the Diiilv of Friday, March 31. 1H TUiati: A JtKllKDYY Tlie Tucson Star, of yesterday, in speaking of tho present desperate condition tf affairs in Coeliiso county, concludes with tho following titnoly suggestions: " It is the re-enacting of tho scenes of New Mexico and Southwestern 'Pexaj of two years ago, and wo can eo uo" more speedy, certain, and ef fective remedy than tho organization of a hody of rangers with authority to spltlo tho whole business, with the least possiblo expense to the teiri lory. If Governor Tritlo will tako hold af this matter and put a force in "the field which will at onco suppress tho existing lawlessness, tho coining legislature will not only meet the outlay, but will recognizo tho good .service, and the peoplo will stand with him to tho ond. Wo have faith in Qovcrnor Tritle, and believe he can crush out the lawless olemont bv putting a competent force in the fi...

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. — 10 April 1882

I .. ...... ,f . S r-.. ! I II. I I ! I Ml I I I ! I .MM MAll WJ JMaM Ul.-X mix PH. Ls-Paj teem. r- - 1 bto.nk. Aini 1'nj' is from the Daily P Saturday, April 8. ;npc A fln"ptc mcuif Tuml'i'to'in UnC Iii-rorewiit by ii n'l p t mrt i . I ruuciiiir mosciip iiinoi- f i;pnapii. A utv r.puiiui riiniins llil j Co. Tmift'iiu'. A lnia ELY MINING REPORT. illlou rutpiit f.r March $407,008. i uo one finest mn so nfii'ii asked bin;; as "Does It pay V" It is nut lo go over tlio wholu field of r thu last thirty years In order to irninttvc answer loihisque-tion. lly r.nn'liiiliiL' ourselves to our own district we Ilntl ii sullicient answer to ihe cavillers who always have ..n evil word lor an in dustry that 1ms been the cause of ssttle nient of all lliat vast territory fiuui the eastern base of Iho Ilncky mountains I ' the Pacific ocean, and from the iirilish possessions upon I lie north to llcxteo on the south. Take the Tombstone .Mill & 3tiniujjlxniiHiiy, lliat has in two vo-rs ilislmrsecl t...

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. — 10 April 1882

S'EEiaY EPITAPH. TOMUHTIHR, AlllZONA, APKIL 10, 183.'. Si3:-Pao Edition. Page is from the Dailv IT of Thursday, April 0. iiKAT, Miiiir a.i rowr.it." Under the above heading the New York Broker and Banker says nn ex hibition has just been given of tin Holland fuel process. It strikes u th.t if what it says bo true and w have no doubt but it is that a mop fitting head lino would have been. " The impending revolution." it h plain us the noonday sun that if tin timo comes that water can bo con vorted itjto its co-relatives of heal, light and power, then the grcates' revolution that the world has ovci seen is upon us. Following is what the Bmker and Broker says of tin test: An exhibition has just been givoi -of tho Holland fuel process. 'Pit tire-box that was in the engine wlnel ran on tho Long Island railroad, very much simplified, was used in connec tion with the fi--nox or apparatu.- for the new locomotivo just built sH the Grant works, Patterson, . J. Tho experiment demonstrated the ...

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. — 10 April 1882

A. WEEKLY EPITAPH. g Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. ArillLlO, 1882. This VaRf is from the Dally of Monday, April 3. loll Urn nDC A fine pn-men of Tirnitwtonc I.MItrn llnr mlturnrfiM-nt bv lliall ptialn on recrlol ol ."i I ir one year's ubcrlp Ion Jo tin Tombstone Epitaph. Atlro Kpltapli Printing ana rumiening ;u.. Tomnfium-. .vw'. TRACK aMlANUIIKH. it is a somewhat paradoxical dec laration that "we uust have peace if Jve have to tight for it." Neverthe less, emergencies sometime exist in human affairs whichgivo a peculiar fitness to suoh a declaration. The recent ovents in Cochise county make it incumbent upon not only officials, Jmt all good citizens as well, to take "such-positive measures as will speed Hybrid this cection of that murderous, thieving element whioh have made ua"a reproach before tho world and so seriously retarded tho industry and progress of our county. It is a great satisfaction to know that the people have finally roused themselves to such action, for the...

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. — 10 April 1882

n WTnTTTVY TfPTTAPTT Sf JJUlvJJ J. LLL XkX J.1. TOMUSTON-i:.AWZO.M, Al'lilL 10, lsj. ?- .-" Sis-Page Edition. This Page is from the Bailv of Tuesday, April 4. iiixr.s,r, immiukatiox. Whether thu president veto the bill now hofore him or not there is. hopo for California and tho Pacific coast generally, from a quarter not heretofore dreamed of. Tins friondly aid comes from a no lesspotont pow er than tho Emperor of China himself in the form of a manifesto forbid ding his subject to emigrate to America after May 1st. We were informed of this fact yesterdy, and though doubting it, took measures to find out tho truth of tho report which was confirmed by one of the most intelligent Chinamen in Tombstone. Ho says tho emporor has issued or ders that no more Chinamen leave that empire after the 1st day of May, or as our informant put it in "one month more." This Chinaman was asked if ho know about tho law passed b- congress to stop his coun tiynien from coming' heie, and he answered in tho ...

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. — 10 April 1882

v WEEKLY EPITAPH. lS Six-Page Edition. s rOMUSTO.NK. AIUZONA. API.IL 10, 188'.'. Tli is lag." is from the Daily of Wednesday, April 5. CIIUCD HOC AHm-Mae m-nof TonioMono oILlCn UFlE Ivt-r ore !( ly t.-n 1 )-trHtd n ico i i hi J I trour.vrnr' i-utaciip i" to H'' 1iinlitoni- Kpltapli. A' ulrer" Epitaph l'llutlntf ami PutiU'til- C.. T"nlpton-, i1zona Tilt'. VKTO. Wc do not think tlmt any thought ful person has Iib-mi takon by stir pr'so by tho president's veto of the Gliinosu Immigration bill. As un as tuto politician ho has beon wrestling with the question 'or many days, and has filially decido i that the par amount interest wis cast of the Rockies, whoro tho people have not yet been brought into competition with coolio labor. Tho unanimous vote of California and Neva "a count for nothing whoa weighed in the bill anco of eastern seiitiinent.ilism upon this subject. With all tho boastful iipss of tho newer England over the staiil old mother across tho Atlantic, wo fancy that the spirit...

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. — 10 April 1882

fUlllrf fWlf """'wi" "'tT iiiiUMiriwii'DlTli if im iramEOpiTAPH. TOMUSTONE.AltlZONA, AI'KIL 10, 183J. HP Six-Page Edition. This Pnffc is from the Dailv of Frirday, April 7. oiiuamzf. wirii .u(i .mi:. 'J o-morrow tho republicans of Co-chi-w county are to assemblo in mass convention in this city anil thou and there organise tlio party. It is to ho hoped that thoro will be cntiro una nimity of purpose and notion, nnd that none but tho best men will be put forward as membcts of the coun ty Central committee Very much of tho future success or failure of tho republican causo will depend upon tho solidity and ability of tho.-o who shall be called upon to represent tho electors in this elementary or ganization. If possible keep every offico hunter out of tho Central cum in tteo, and from every position vih'ro ho or they can use the ma chinery, in a spooinl manner, for his or th ir adva icement over another. By d n this it puts all tho aspirants to cl c ive portions upon an equal fo t: g and...

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. — 17 April 1882

Em 0inbp0itje fpifapti - s VOIr. I1I.-N0. 41. TOMBSTONE. COCHtSE COUNTY, ARIZONA, APRIL 17, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. WEEKLY EPITAPH. Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. AritII.17, IS8.J. This Pago is from the Daily of Saturday, April 15. CIIUCD ODE-Afino'l'ec'mcnof Tombstone ulLlLII UflL allvtr ore sent by niall pottpald on teccTil or $4 lor one ycr' aubacrlpilon to tbn Tvmbutone Epitaph. Addrcof Kpltapb Printing ana raDiioDiog vo., ToniDsione, Arizona. WEEKLY MINING REPORT. Rich Developments in the Old Guard. JUaat Cham re In Tnrquols Turnlue; Out A llonanza. "Were people as easily satisfied with profits in silver us they are in gold ruining then we might hope for Tombstone district to eventually become the scat of the largest mining industry on the continent. About ten years ago English companies bought the Sierra Buttcs mine, in Sierra county California, and the Eureka mine, in Plumas county, paying an even million of dollars for the latter. They have been -working them with ...

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