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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 7 October 1882

EPITAPH. VOL.-IV. NO. 13. TOMBSTONE. COCUISK COUNTY. ARIZONA, OCI'OBtilt 7, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAH TOMBSTONE WEEKLY WAS IT JJUKDEH? The IJoili- of .fTiienil Mmi Found on tlio I'nbllo Illchvvny. .Mr. E. M. Benson, of the O. K. Corral on Allen stui't, arrived in town list Saturday from fcoldUis Holes, and brought intelligence of llndltig the dead body of u man about (Ho milts oastot t lint place, the paiticulars of which are about as fol. long: While returning Irom the Chirica hua mount iln, whitlur he had bieu on business, he i.iuic upon the camp of an acquaintance, Captain Jack bhcaier, who insisted that ho sUould join him in n cup of tea, to which Mr. Benson consulted. While partaking of supper, -Mr. Slieaicr, who has several on the road Iriightiug lumber, staled that be would have to go back about two miles and drive iu a couple of his teams, us he had found them deserted by their driTcis, Indiun Joe and a nnn by the name ol Thomas, Mr. t, icmarked that they bad :t boltlu of wh...

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. — 7 October 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TJM.lSrOSE, ARIZONA, OCTOBER, 7, Hs33 OVflOIAl..lOlJUNAL OF TOMIISTONl- I-UBLISIIKD UY TIIK Epiraph Printing and Publishing Go Illrliurtl Utile, F.ilUor and aiuiniRtr. Ofllce, 0 and 317 Fremont Street, Totuu-itoiie. Arizona, unix-BirTioN mics: tVly .(daKvisred. by "jrrlir)....25 cents per week. Bally, one year $10 00 Diily, it month-, JW Dally.threo month! 3 JJ' Weekly, unu y . tr 5 00 Weekly, six moutba - '-' Weekly, toreo month" 1 60 tS7Entcred at the Toatbutono postofficoas sec ond data matter. Democratic Territorial Ticket. For Dclegatoto Congre. GRANVILLE II. OURY. For Superintindenttif Public Instruction' W. B. IIORTON. Tcrrltorhtl Council. J, II. TEV1S. House of Hi'prcsentatlves. D. A. MORIAIMV, D. K WAKDWELl,, J. F. DUNCAN. Democratic County Ticket. For Sheriff. LARKIN W. CARR. For .Recorder. a.;t. JONES. For Treasurer. BEN GOODRICH. For District Attorney. MARCUS A. SMITH. For Probate Judge. B. L. PEEL. For Coiuncr. PAT. HOLLAND For Public AJiuinistritor. ALE...

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. — 7 October 1882

V Y t Weekly epitaph.. T0MU8T0NK. AHIZ JXA. OCTOBER 7. 188 Haily IIoIi'm Mtuci Lilne. Offlce, 401 Allun Btrei-t, In Trlbuli t bnlldlne. tHugta lesw lumlotuuuat 5 A M. f i ConK'iilloii. to connect wlili Enttcrn hound tmli., and al 1,' o'clock M., toconucct wllli Woieru bound train Ace iiiunoJtillou 8lKi' Iravti hi 7.S0 A M., aUo ai 30 I'. M. stttao liave every cUy Tor Uliarlt'lon and lluucliucn, at i,.0 I'. M., and Mo ilnyi-, Ww uesd n and Frldaja at 7 A. M. Tor lliurlteloii, Hero "inl and Ml-liif. XKW ll-ILKO,VI TIMKTAH1-C EASTWARD. San Francleco Icavo at 8 :30 a. m. every dai Los Anxetee leatiat 7 a. m. second da Benson lea vo at b :25 a. m. third daj D'mlug It'iiMjm 8 p. m. third da) Kaunas City leau-ut 6:30 p. m.eixthda St. L.u.i i leateat 7 p. in. xlxth li; hew Voile arrive at 10:30 a. m. eighth da) WKSTWAKD. New YorK leave at 8 p. m. every da) St. Lm leave ai 8:50 a. m. third du) Kn.n-o. Oli leateat 10:15 p. m third da) Oemlnn Icaw ai 7 a. iii.alilh day HetiiHiu leave ai 8:1.: ...

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. — 7 October 1882

Weekly epitaph. TOMUSTONE, ARIZONA. OCTOBER 7. I83J- FACTS FOIt THK CUIUOUS. At Capo Island, N. J., tho sea lias gained on tbo slioro fully a inilo sinco 1776. Tlio tides on tho eastern slioro of tho Stato aro observably growing higher. Ddrino tho reign of Napoleon I. a book of birds for children was sup pressed because it contained tho phraso : "Tho cook is rather tho tyrant than tho chieftain of tho farm-yard.'" Evert Bholl fired by an army during siego operations costs, with the powder with which tho mortar is charged, tho sutiTof eight dollars enough to support a poor family for a fortnight, Thk lend used in bounding from a ves sel usunlly weighs about fourteen pounds, but in deep-sea sounditigi n weight of not less than 150 pounds i3 frequently employed. Wire has been largely use il for a hue, as it makes less friction in sinking through tho water. With hemp rope n sinker of J5U0 weight is somi times twenty minutes ill reaching tho bottom in 1,600 'athoms of witter, so great is...

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. — 21 October 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH s IV. NO. 15 T1V& BLACK ltAXCU-;. lull Il-Nrrlition or tin- XewStriLc In '1'lint Nrctlon. From George Madelta, correspondent of the Mining Record, who 1ms ju-t visited the new btukct in tlio Black Range, wo learn the following particular: The dislancc to Kingston, the new c mp near Ihc principal miuc.-, s loity-thtee . miles Irom Nuti station on the A. T. & S F. railtoad. The tow n is located on the 3Iiddlc Pcrcliu, u small stream Honing at present .about four Indies of water. Wood is. abundant nd water can bo obtained bv sinking a few fctt. Kingston consists of about thitty liout.es and tcnt-.but isr pidly buildint:. On the South Peicha is some good pine tiui'cr which has been located and a sawmill is now on the giound. Kingston N about 0,000 feit above the sea, n.id the minci arc located about Mil) feel higher. Titr. rniNcirAi. stiukk ii in the Bullion, owned by J. C. Wuitz bach, I) II. Jackson, formerly ol the Lake Valley mines, J. W. Southvvick, ...

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. — 21 October 1882

mctrTftTagaaxsas .WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, AltlZONA, 0CT011E1!, 21, ItSJ yvioiAi. jouknai. or tomissionk I'UIILISIIKI) IJY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go ItW-liniit Itulc. IMltor anil Malinger Oalcc, 3a and 327 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. iroi'jnuTiciji riucs: lis 1 ,;jjUvcr?d by artier).... SJcccU per week. Bally, ono year ,...$10 00 Dally, six months 5 (X) Dallr.threo months 3(H) Weekly, ono year 5 10 Weekly, Blx months 2 10 Weekly, tbrco monthi 1 10 GSKutero.! at tho Toabstone postofflcc as second-class matter. Democratic Territorial Ticket, Tor DolcgateTto Congress. GRANVILLE II. OUEY. For Superintendent of Public Instruction. "W. 13. IIORTON. Territorial Council. J. II. TEVIS. Joint Councilnian, T. .1. BOLAX. House of Representatives. ID. A. MOIUAHTV, D. K. AVAUDWELL, J. F. DUXUAN. Democratic County Ticket- For Shcriir. LARKIN AV. CAItlt. For Recorder. A. T. JONES. For Treasurer. BEN GOODRICH. For District Attorney. MARCUS A. SMITH .For Probate Judge. H. L. PE...

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. — 21 October 1882

f.uaar jakii WEEKLY EPITAPH. I'OMUSTUNK, AUIZOXA. OUTOnKK 31, ISSi XAlIilXOA WllOPlEK. '(flow an Alleseil Xevvsnapcr Sor.ic- 'ftlmesUetn Caught ut tc-Trio"Jlepuu- llcim" Mliown Up In I In Trim Colors. Tho Epitaph yesterday morning con tained u caul from William llenscn, In which he called attention to sonic glaring misstatements madu by an evening eon temporary. It was with some reluctance that the card was admitted to our columns, as it proved conclusively that our content. porary had been practicing on the credul ity of its readers, hut from a sense of public duty tho publication of the card was llnally allow-cd- Rut with a sublime audacity seldom equaled tliis mendacious contemporary publishes another suppositious intciview with Mr. Ilcnseu, in which that gentleman Ismadoto deny the authenticity of the card which appeared over his own signa ture, and tho original copy of which is i now in this ofllce. Inasmuch as Mr. Hen- Ben is a gentleman of well-known honesty and unquestionabl...

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. — 21 October 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, A1UZONA, OCTOHEIt, 21, 1S8J a ji,x;i: at Tin: mmixi:ks. Tlio democratio nominees have now boon before tlio people Tor one month, and nearly all of thorn have given tho pubho an opportunity to judge of thoir qualifications for the offices to which they aspire. In its make-up the ticket 13 thoroughly rep rcsentativo of all seotions of tho county, and so wiso was tho action of tho nominating convention tlut evory namo on the tickot adds to its strength ns a whole. The only chargo tho oppouencs of Larkin Carr are able to bring against him is that of being n railroad man. Not withstanding its repetition by the Ncaglo organ with a dogreo of malig nant mendacity seldom witnosscd in any campaign, this charge has been. completely refuted to tho satisfaction of every intelligent voter in the county. Mr. Carr is a man in every way qualified for the olfice of sheriff. His judgment, energy, bravory and integrity aro admitted by all, and not oven tho mud-slinging champi...

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. — 28 October 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. -IV. NO. 15. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, OCI'OBEIt, 28, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A ER b i POJtlEK'S PLATITUDES. The Itepuultruu CoiigreHBlonal Xoui lne CoufruuiH a IoiuIimioiio Au dience the second lime "Sound nnd Fury Msulfviuc Xolhlns" Other Candidate to the Front. The "trooly loil" demonstration last evening was !i rather dismal failure. Not- withstanding tho herculean efforts of tho part- bosses, who weie busy all day yesterday-'muking preparations for the. event, uot u spark of enthusiasm could bo evolved from the peopic. The conven tioual bonfire was lighted in the street near the, hall, while the baud, followed by ft huge transparency announcing the gath ering of the clans, was tent reconnoitering through tho highways and byways of the city, and in this manner quite a crowd colkcted at the hall, nearly half lis many as were present at tho latu democratic rat ification meeting. The audience iucludod quite a nnmber of ladies, u good many democrats an...

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. — 28 October 1882

T" WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONK, ARIZONA, OCTOBER 28, 1S8J PUBLISHED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go It chard Kale, Editor and Manager OfHcc, 12S and 327 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona, inBDtmpTioN micz: U ly .(dsUrsred Dy JirtlcT)....S5 cents per week. Pally, one year $10 in Dally, six months 5 (X) Daily.three months 3(4) Weekly, one year SIO Weekly, six months SIO Weekly, three month 1 10 tStr-Kntered at tho Tombetono postolllco ae second-class matter. Democratic Territorial Ticket For Delegate to Congicss. GEANVILLB II. OURY. For Supcrintendcut of Public Instruction. W. B. HOKTCXN". . Territorial Council. J, II. TEV1S. Joint Councilman, P. J. BOLAN. House of Representatives. D. A. MORIAUTY, D.JK. WARDWELL, J. F. DUNCAN. Democratic County Ticket- For Sheriff. LARKINjAV. CARR. .For Recorder. A. T. JONES. For Treasurer. BEN GOODRICH. For District Attorney. MARCUS A. SMITH. ;For Probate Judge. B. L. PEEL.' For Coroner. iPAT. HOLLAND. For Public Administrator. ALEXIS FREEMA...

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. — 28 October 1882

lv- WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOUIlSrONE, ARIZONA, OCTOBER, 2S, lbSJ S.imly HoL'm Stage Line. omc,40l Allen strjet.lu'Trlbolit's building. Mages leave Tombstone) at 5 A M. for Contention, tl) Connect Wllh Eastern hnilnil Iriiln. Hnrl nt I o'clock M., to coiiueci with Wesle.ru bound tralu Hereford and Bisue-e-., xkh' u vu.ito.vn Tim; taiim:. EASTWARD. San Francisco lcivo at 8:30 a.m. every day Los Angeles Ieaeat7a. m. second day B.-nsou lravoatS:23a. m. third day Doming leave at 8 p. m. third day Kansas City Icavout 0:30 p. m. sixth day St. Louis leave at 7 p. m. sixth day New York nrrivoat ll):30 a. ra. eighth day WESTWARD. New YorK Icavuat6p. ro. every day St. Louis leavont 8:50 a.m. third day Kansas City leave at 10:15 p. m. third day Deinlng leave at 7 a. m. sixth day Benson IcaveataUip. m. sixth day Tucson Ieaeat6:30p.m. sixth day Los Angeles leave at 8:15 p. ra. seventh uay Ran Frauclsco arrive at 3:35 p. m. eighth day Hullo. Eastern Stall Including all points cast or Ben Ion closes p. t...

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. — 28 October 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH TOMOSTOXE, AUIZQNA. OCTOnKR, 88. KSi uvic ciioici:. Of tlio three nomiiioe3 for sheriff wo bolievo Larkln W. Carr tho best Ctteil in overy rcspeot. Ho is recog nized among tho business and solid men of tho county as honorable, brave and courteous in brief, a gentleman. Mr. Vird is tho jepro senta.ive of a party whom we op pose on principle. Ho may be u worthy man and exemplary citizen, but wo don't wish to see him elected to tho highest office within tho gift of the peoplo of this county, for the simplo reason that Mr. Cur is a democrat and wo believe better quali fied to fill the office. Politically, we object to Neaglo because n republi can at hca't ho espoused democracy when President Arthur vetoed the Chinese bill, thinking it would be tho strongest party and would carry him into the office to which he as pires. When tin party repudiated him he became an "independent," proving most conclusively that hi political principles were entirely guided by tho party offerin...

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. — 4 November 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH VOL.-IV. NO. IB. TOMBSTONti. COUlILSti COILS' TV. ARIZONA. NO VlOUBKlt 4, lW2. PVE D LI,4K A VtfAK - - MILITARY HILL Nomn nluahlc Primpe-cta What Is llelnir Done In Thin Tnrt of tlio Country. The Pedro Consolidated Mining Com pany, winch owns the Big iind Little Pc- Uros, Idaho, Iranian?, Mi.ttie Hickey, and Accident, recently incoporated in San Francisco, with .1 full paid up stock cnpi. lid, is nipidly developing its properties under the supi-rintenikncy ol Mr. C. G. Uillckc-. On the Big and Utile Pedios there are ten out-cropping veln3 running north and south and cast and west, all of which run into Iho oilier members of this gioup of mines. These oie veins have been recently prospected by shafts varying in depth Irom thiec tofilty-flvu feet at va. rlous points along each ein, showing that they run '.ho wholo length and width of these claims in aeiago veins of ti two and a half feet wide, and with an assay value, on average ore, of $143 per ton Tii ledge ...

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. — 4 November 1882

WMKIiY EPITAPH. rOMDSTOSE, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER -1, 1SS2 "P IOIAI, JOUKNAI, or TOJII1STONK PUBLISHED ItV THE Enitauh Printing and Publishing Go t! chard Utile, IMltor nml Manager Offlce. 3 and 337 I'rciuont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. nB8cnirTioN mice: IV j ..Jjltvsrcd by carrier). .. .33 ccntr per week. U illy, ono year $10 (X) Daily, six months 5 00 Dally.thrco months , 3 K) Weekly, ono yoar ft () vVcekly, elx months a 10 Weekly, thrco month 1 10 CVUntcroil at the Torabstono postofflco as sec oiul class matter. Democratic Territorial Ticket. For Delegate to Congress . GEANVILLE II. OURY. For Superintendent of Public Instruction. Vf. T3 IIORTOJsT. Tinitoiial Cuuui-il. .1. II. TEVIS. Joint Councilman, P. J. IJOLAIW IIouso of lteprescntntives. D. A. MORIAKTY, I). JC WARDWKLL, J. F. DUNCAN. Democratic ICounty Ticket- For Shcrill. liARKIN W. CAIIK. For Recorder. A. T. JONES. For Treasurer."1 BEN GOODRICH. Tor District Attorney. MARCUS A. SMITH. For Probate Judgo B. L. PEEL. For Coroner. 4...

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. — 4 November 1882

,' V V KEKLY EPITAPH. I0M1(sT0NE,.uI20XA,X0VEM11EK 7, lbb" Iliiiiiilluiiliiii Men Xmlcil. Ewroii Kpitaimi: The editor of Mr. Nemo's peisomd organ bus, for some tune pasijreltcratcd the statement that the friends of Lnrklu W.Cirr had "sold him out," nud were now working to help elect the repub lican nominee for sheriff. Although tho paper referred to has not seen lit to give tho names of those it accuses ofhavltik betrayed their party nominee, it has insinuated that I am ono of the number. In order to avoid mistakes in this matter, I will now define my position. I was not a member of tho convention which nominated Mr.Cirr, but as a democrat I consider myself bound by Its action, and from tho moment ot its ad. journment I have labored with such maans as I possess to assist in tho election of Mr. Carr. Any statement or insinuation to tho contrary is simply made with tho purposo of deceiving thine who may be ignorant of the real facts. Furthermore, I shall work from now until tho close ...

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. — 4 November 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, AMZON'A. NOVEMBER 7. 183 YICTOKY AtM7Jti:i, fc.aoh day brings additional cvi. donees that a sweeping victory for the domocrauo ticket in this county will be tho result ot next Tuesday's ballot-boxing. Democrats, who one week ago, were faint hearted and doubtful of the result, aro now se renely confident of tho triumphant election of tho entire ticket. There aro several causes for this remarkable ohango whioh has taken place in one short week. A closo canvass of tho city has revealed tho fact that among tho miners of tho camp, where it is claimed tV.e democratic disaffection was greatest, the ticket from top to bottom will poll t'10 full strength of tho party. For every democratic voto tho "independent" caudida'e for sheriff receives among this class of oar citizens, the dem ocratic nominee will draw at least one from his republi can opponent. In addition to this, a larjre number of business men of re publican proclivities, disgusted at tho shuffling, half-...

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. — 11 November 1882

EEKLY EPITAPH. VOL.-H. NO 1. TO.Utl'ON'K, r.lM'IIlSB COUVI'Y. ARIZONA. NOVUM BEtt 13, 1882. FiVE DOLLARS A YEAR. TOMBSTONE W NQ.NEAGL You Will Never be Sheriff of Cochise. The Democracy Triumphant Throughout the County. ''dependent ism" Eliminated e From Our Politics. Cuddy's Crowd Relocated to Shades of Oblivion. Republican Cohorts Stricken With Overwhelming Disaster. Carr and WardNoch-and-Xeclc on the llonif.-Strctch and Neagle Distanced. Al Jones Annexes the Enti.e Confectionery Works. The '"Village Blacksmith" Knocked Out of Time. The Legislative Ticket Solid. With One Exception. Price ad Di-um Downed Smith and Peel. by Pat Holland Will Vttcnd Republican Stills. to The eleUlon of yesterday will long be renumbered as one of the most exei Ins ntl closely conte-ted evets in the historx of tbis cily iidiI county. The peculiar cir. cumst-mccs -surrounding the contest I'm the shrievalty, and the hitler feeling' which had been engendered between the friend of the three candidates tor t...

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. — 11 November 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, N0VKMBEIU3.1S&! vpioiAL JOUltNAl. OK TOM1ISTONK rUBUSIIKD BY THE Eoitaoh Printing and Publishing Go It chard Jtule, Editor and 31 mincer Office. 323 and 317 Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. ttrBV-mrribX rmca: Vt .j dsllYircd by irrl;r)....2" cents per week. HMIj, one year , $10 no L''1t, (iz months SIX) nalr,thrre moQtht SCO WtWy, one year 5 IX) Weekly, six months 2 TO Weekly, three months 1 10 t "Bntercd at th Tombstone postofBce as icc oilclxi matter. THE NEWMPAFKH. It is quite customary for a certain olass of thoughtless and supericial people to deride the power and in fluence of the modern newspaper. Especially is this the case with de feated candidates, but occasionally wo hear of a man, intellectually wise, but in worldly wisdom a mere child, who finds fault with tho great edu cator of the day. .Generally they are ministers of the gospel, and upon investigation it will be learned that they also oppose the opera and drama. Among the la...

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. — 11 November 1882

L j Weekly epitaph. TO MBSTONE,ARIZ0NA,NOVEMDER 11,168 Mnndy JloUV Ntac Line. Office, 40 Allen street, in TrlboUt's building. & Ugea leave Tombstone at 6 a ra, for Contention, to connect with Eastern bound train, 7:30 a. m. to connect with Gh.it mas train, 13 .'clock m., to connect with Western bound train, and at 3 p. m. to connect with the,Unavmaa train. Stagta leave every day for Charleston md llnachnca, at S.30 p. ra., and Mondays, Wed esdays and Fri day! at 7 a.m. for Charleston, Hereford and Ulsbee. VKW RlIMtOAD TIME TAI1LK. EASTWARD. tan Francisco leave at 8 :30 a. u. every day Los Angeles lcae at 7 a. m. tecond day enton .....Iravo at 8:25 . m. third day Dcmlnc leave at 8 p. m. third day Kaaaaa City.... leave at 6:30 p.m. sixth day kt Louis leave at 7 p. m. sixth day Saw Tork arrive at 10:30 a.m. eighth day WESTWARD. fi.w TorE leave at 6 p. m. every day It. L.ula leave at 8:50 a. m. tnlrd day Kansas Cltv leave at 10:15 d. m. thlM dv Otmlnc leave at 7 a. m. sixth day anio...

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. — 11 November 1882

fl'ETOY EPITAPH. TOSIUS I ON" t, AlUZONA. NOVB l Ell U tslj TIIK OI'.MOUKAUV. Tlio democrrttb of Arizona have great reason to rejoice. Not onh (nvo they proven their adherence to tlio principles of the grand old puty t a complete ictory in this" way off territory, but from all sides, north, east, west and south come the glad tidings that right and justice have prevailed and their cause is in tho as cendency. The great political cen ters of national polities have indi cated tho righteousness of democracy hy casting their votes in its behalf. It is not a local, but a national move ment towards reform, and while it has suffered many defeats, Phconix like, it alwajs aroso from the ashes of defeat. Writing in a similar strain, Barrett, of the Star, says : For nearly twenty years, with rare and comparatively unimportant excep tions, a succession of disasters have engulfed tho hopes, if not tho possi bilities of the dcTioeratio party. That it has risen up from each suc cessive defeat stiou...

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