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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 17 April 1882

A. ., p i WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, APRIL 17, 133.'. ts C!i Sis-Page Edition. ixr v. This Pnc is from the Dailv of Wednesday, April 12. The Epitaph's remarks on tho siibjeot of tlio proposed special school tax, yesterday, liavo mot with very gonoral endorsement b1 tho taxpay ers. Tins is one of thoso cases wherein "enough is as good as a feast," and if tho hoard of directors will act upon the plan to ask for no more than is actually required, tliero is but littlo doubt about tho amount being eheorfully voteil and paid. If, however, they aek for moro in this ono special levy than it takes to run the whole school departmont of Tuc son for a year, then thoro will bo oposition, and in nil probability a veto of the measure. Tub action of the board of super visors in advertising for proposals to build a court house will, no doubt, meet with thicarty. approval of tho taxpayers of tho county. Since May last, almost one year now, interest lias been paid on twenty-fivo or thirty tho...

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. — 17 April 1882

r 1EKLY EPITAPH. Sis-Page Edition. ruMtlMONE, AlilZONA AI'HIL 17, tb4. This Pjw is from the Daily of Molality, April 10. CIUICD HOC Vflnonir men of TumMoio OlLlLn UnL'lMr ore nut by n n'l pt(Mcl onrtulit ol . throne Miir's tubcilp lontotlx Tomli-tom Epitaph A' tiro- Kpltuiti Prliitlng wl Fubllhliii! Un. T.iml'ttiim. Vtlmn TOHiivro.Vh .11. A. 11. CO. The follow in? noice, copied from the Philadelphi i Bullion Miner of April 1st, is so eloquent u testimonial of th great tidiness and continued prosperity of Tombstone district, that we publish it verbatim: OFFICE (jrTIKTOMIlSIOXK MIM.ANI) MINIMI OMn.SY. 4-M W.iI.vUT sTHEhT, 551b DIVIDEND I'liiLAiiLirmv Mi roll 31,1st.'. The KxcciuIvh Commit eu of thi 11 am of JJ1 rccto-sof llif Coiiinuy luu tb iliy ilcrlirul th rigiilir Moul lily D vlilcm! of sSaOfli); b lap tun rent', iiu ic i vhaiu of .hi cnpllal Kluck of the (J niit)ln ; pivfblo on and ulHr April IMb.xt thin oltlc... 'T a i f r iHok clew bin inifl n- pen 17lh. O O H) Rl'It.VIIAM, Prc...

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. — 17 April 1882

nii.Ky' Tl Mill fJRfiS vjSktEPP tErjlm"MJ . vMmRIl WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, ArML 17, 18SJ. Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dnilv of Tuesday, April 11. T VXATIOX. It is a forogono conclusion that the school directors of Tombstone district will submit, for tho consid oiation ot the taxpayers, a propo sition to vote a speoial tnx to koop hools running until January which ttmo tho regular ix will bo available. If tho uskeil for is rcnsonablo there ! doubt but that tho people tho tax, but if it bo largely Is of what will bo required to he present indebtedness and tho schools for tho eight "from May 1st, to January 1st. a strong probability that tho will mccithe fate of the late s imigration bill, and tho schools fo to close down. We havo bo sum of ton thousand dollars nod as tho probable amount to ed for. If such a proposition ao submitted it carries us own inell with it, for wo do not be- the peoplo will bo willing to a burden of one percent on Ration of one million d...

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. — 17 April 1882

AVJSEKJjY EPITAPH. S &ix-Pag Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. AIMI1L 17, 1883. This Pace is from the Daily of Monday, April liJ. CIIIICD nt)!" A fine specimen of Tombstone vlLll.n UllL silver ore sent by mall postpaid on recelnt ol' 85 lor one vcar's subscrlmion to thn Tombstone Epitaph. Address Epitaph l'rintlnjr and Publishing Co., Tombstone. Arizona. Ex-Skcretarv Joint J. Gosper lias bought the interest of his de ceased partner in tlio Plienix Humid, and is now solo owner. Tlio now proprietor says: "Old subscribers and advertisers who are now six months or moro in arrears, a discount of 20 per cent will be given on casli settle ments made any time before the 1st of July next." while this indicates a large credit business in the past, it is a most ilberal oiler on the part of Mr. Gosper. Mr. Charles Coolidgo will have chaige of the office u,s pub lisher, and will control the local de partment. The grand jury of Maricopa coun ty has comploted its labors and ad journed. The final re...

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. — 17 April 1882

X. ffEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, ArKIL 1". 1S Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Friday, April 14. TELEGRAPHIC. W. B. C. Brown, ex-stato con troller of California, died from a stroke of appoplexy in Sacramento, on tho evening of the 12th inst. .Mr. Brown was a bom politician, a man of crcat exeoutivo ability, with a rec ord for purity in office and honesty of purposo second to r.ono in the land. He was a candidate for tho nomination of governor on tho dem ocratic ticket, at the time of his death, and would have been a for midable opponent had he lived. At a meeting of tho republicans held in Mineral Park last week, tho Hon. Clark Churchill, chairman of the Republican Territorial Commit tee, being present, it wab unani mously rosolved that a territorial convention bo. held on the first Mon day in June. Tho place decided upon for holding such convention is Phenix. Tins is as central a location for holding the convention as could have been selected, and tho time, w...

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. — 24 April 1882

Uht fpttepf)- X n " . VOL. IlI.-NO. 42. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, APRIL 24, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. WEEKLY EPITAPH. or or Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. APRIL SI, ISSi. This Page is from the Daily of Thursday, April 22. E A flno iptclmcn of Torabstono ellveroro tent by mall notiald on receipt of $ lor one year's subcrlpilonttdth Tombstone Epitaph. Address Epitaph Fifntlng and mhllnhlng Co . Tomhttone. Arizona. MAN CARLOS. Under present management tlie reservation at San Carlos is a stand ing; menaco to the peace, seourity and prosperity of tho whole country. The evil effects of these repeated outbreaks are but little if any worse in tho immediate) vioinity of the res ervation than tat Prescott, Tucson or Tombstone. Outside of tho territory no distinction is made as to localities: it'MI Arizona, nnd is not tl.o dan ger peculiarly an Arizona one. Wo now, as wo did at tho time of the Oc tober outbreak, believe the present trouble could have been avoided by reasonabl...

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. — 24 April 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, APRIL SI, 16SJ. L Six-Page Edition. This Pngc is from the Dailv of Wednesday. April 10. Ml.M.Vi. EXrOHlTIOX. Wo published yesterday a letter from Denver, Colorado, calling at tention to tho National Mining Ex position that is to be hold in that city, commencing August 1st and to close September 30th. Once before we had oallcd attention to tho im portance of having Arizona repre sented in that exposition, ana par ticularly Coohiso county. The bene fits to bo derived from such an exhi bition can hardly bo over estimated. There novcr beforo havo boon steps taken to secure a purely minerolog ical and metalurgical exhibit of the nation's wealth, where should bo grouped spocimenot its gold, silver, copper, iron, coal, and oilier ores, together with tho varied machinery and processes for the treatment of tho same. There is no doubt but there will bo an immense concourse of visitors both from home and abroad the United States and Eu rope, representing mil...

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. — 24 April 1882

Weekly epitaph. jar-iv- Sis-Page Edition. rovns roj.fr, MtizoxA AWm.ji, ism. This Pnao is from the Daily ofMonday, April 17. Oil yet) npC Afinofptclinfaof Tomtatonc OILlLll UriL sliver ore cnt Iiy mail postpaid nil recclut ot $5 lor one year's subseripilou to thf Tumbstonc Kpitaph. Adore Kultnuh l'rlutlng and Pablimilng; Co , Tombstone, Arizona. hciiooi. ri;.. That the $10,000 asked for the -upport of the public schools is not too much, and in lact will hardly keep them running, it is but necessary to gl.uicc over the follow ing monthly disbursements for educational purposes: Tombstone, 000,20; Conten tion, $157,81; St. David's, $231,21; Chnrks ton, $152,53; Benson, $SJ,G4; Dos Cabczus $78,72; Wilcox, $73,80; Bisbce, $54,32; Tres Alamos, $40,50. Total, $1,782. We trust when the people iro called to vote upon this question they will remember this, and by all means keep the schools open. Sunday Nugget. Wo admit our inability to compre hend tlio above statement. Fiotn tlio Nugget's way...

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. — 24 April 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOHnSTONI", ARIZONA, Al'ML?!, IS.' t Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dnilv of Tuesday, April 18. Till: INDIAN ((LKSTIO.N Oe'ipral Slioraman is reported .is having said, in Tucson, that ho is opposed to i enio ing tlw Indians, of Arizona to tho Indian Territory. lie believes tho effort should bo niado to eivilue them vvhore they are. Whon tho tall; first began about having the San Culos Irdians io moved tho Epitaph said that it did not beliove that it would over be done, and it is of that opinion still. The thing is impracticable at tho piescnt time, and it is a. question if it does not always remain so. The question to bo solved, then is how to treat tho Indians so that they shall not continue a standing and open inenanco to tho whites who suriound them. Tho Kpitapii says now, as it said when it discussed this question before, that they should bo disarmed; should be confined to the teseivation, and if found without its boundaries, should bo summarily ni leste...

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. — 24 April 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. tar rar- Six-Page Edition. ONE, ARIZONA. A1MUL2I, 1883. This Pnfift is from the Daily . of Thursday,! April 20. Oil VrD nnCA fln0 pt.lm of Tombstone OIL! Lll UllL slher ore m nt by mall postpaid on recti i' t ol $Moroncvear's subscrlp Ion to the Tombstone Epitaph. Address Epitaph lMiitlne and Publishing Co., Tombstone. Atlzonn. THEX AXD SOW. . Tlio richest silver mine in the world is at Potosi. It is situated on an elevation 1G,000 feet above the level of the sea, in a rt'gion of per potual snow. It has alvrajs been worked in a Very rude manner, yet it has already produced $250,000,000, and shows ro signs of exhaustion. The annual product of tho silver mines of South America at the present tin.o is estimated to lie $13, 000,000, and their x total product to tho present titno has amounted to ?,38(j,000,000. Daily Stockholder. The abovo item is pure rot. The Comstock has produced $330,000,000, and is not exhausted m tho same sense of tho Popsi. It .will be re membered ...

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. — 24 April 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, APRIL 21. 18BJ. I? 'Six-Page Edition. This Pae is from the Dailv of Friday, April 21. The question naturally arises whether it is not the best thing wo can do to close tho schools anil in crease our hospital facilities. A friend sugfrosts that tho county officers are running a game without a casckecpor. llo may rest secure, however, for tho EriTArn is keeping a "tab." Tiiebk is a pad-lock sign in front of a Fremont-street looksmith's, which makes certain county officers rit thoir teeth every time they pass by it. Why this is we cannot say. We notice that all our Prescott exchanges persist in calling the now Territorial Secretary Van Arnim, while the San Francisco papers speak jr-lilnr as Van Arman. Now we should like to know what his name really is, and no joshing about it oither. Tun Ingersoll has made two more shipments of bullion; one yesterday of two bars, of tho value of $5,047. 33, and another to-day of three bars valuod at $7,527.61. These ...

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. — 1 May 1882

mbt mtam i T " ii i . i TOMBSTONE. COCIiiSE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY i, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. 1 J WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOM11STONK, AIMZONA, MAY 1, lSK. mj- Sis-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv .J of Saturday, April 20. ouic Ij.vht Titu.nr. It will bo exactly two years ago on Monday next that tho Epitaph sounded its first trumpet note and spread its nowsy pages to tho breezes that fanned tho homes and brows of many an hardy miner among tho hills of Tombstone. At that timo we an nounced our purpose to advecato tho best interests of tho section we repre sented, giving special attention to our great mining interests, and al ways endeavoring .to advances tho worthy prinriIi- ui tho glo'iious old republican party. Tho energy and labor we have expended in executing these purposes is witnessed in tho thousands of columns that havo is sued from this sanctum, telling the world of .our wonderful develop ments and the untold wealth that was constantly answering tho knock of capital and lab...

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. — 1 May 1882

a- ffHSKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE. AHIZONA, MAY 1, 1SSI fe Six-Page Edition. This Page is from the Dailv of Wednesday. April 2G. Ah a business venture wo hopo the EriTAi'U undor its now management may prove a success, but neverthe less we would Purdy-tion. consign its politic sto The grand old democratic party of Cocliiso county is a theme for excor iation which makes us almost soiry wo aie a millionaire and are going out of the newspaper business. Whenever a mining Ho is discov ered in a newspaper article it is cred ited to the Tombstone Epitaph. Philadelphia Mining Journal. Whoover heard of a mining item of any character being credited to the Nugget? -Mi:. Puudy will doubtless advocato a continuance of tlio economical ad ministration of county affairs which characterized the board of supervi sors bcfoui the appointment of Mr. Stewart. Wc are confident ho will opposo a higher rate for collection of taxes than ten per cent unless ho stands in with it. Thk San Francisco Daily Report gets...

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. — 1 May 1882

-kSL WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMUSTO SB. ARIZONA, -MAY 1, 1883. Six Pag Edition. -This xPaao is from the Dailv J Tu'csday, April 25. Ai fr'OKllTASTIi . Inasmuch' as tho EriTAi'ii is lo bc como the advocate of democratic principles oti and after the 1st day of May, from tlio standpoint of tlio Hon. Samuel Purdy, at present of the YiiiiTaFrco4 Press, wo conceive it to bo our duty to season the typo and press to tlio hot work before them, and to givo our roadersa few homoeo pathic doses of tho Hon. Samuel's doctrine so as to accustom their stomachs to tho larger and more powerful ones that will follow in reg ular order, upon tho principle of St. Paul, who says, "milk for bubns and strong meat for raoii," On February 18th, in discussing tho president's special message to congress, Mr. Purdy said: Tho president's message and ac companying documents embody mainly two suggestions. That tho soldiers of tho United States army usurp tho province, of a sherilT's posse, and A tho , sheriffs -of the var...

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. — 1 May 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. & Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, AIUZONA MAY 1, lDSJ. This Page is from the Daily of Monday, April 24. OIIUCD fDC A flnc H'tclmen of TombMomi ulLlLII UnCellurorc sent by mall postpaid on receipt ol 5 tor one year' subcrlp Ion loltlif Tombstone Epitaph. Address Kpltaph Printing and Publishing Co., Tombstone, Arizona. TKIHUTOItlAI. JUDICIARY For tho entire judicial business of this great and rapidly growing terri tory the general government has pro vided three Judges who have to act in a dual capacity first as District Judges, then as Supre'no orappellato Judgos. Four or five years ago this arrangement was till sufficient, but now, since tho rapid settlement and development of tho country it is quite inadequate to tho wants of the community. For the time being tho Judges of tho two northern districts can get through their work without inconvenience, but tho Judge for the First, or Southern district, is one of the hardest worked men in tho whole territory, and, except...

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. — 1 May 1882

vmju j3JL.11. Hr Six-Page Edition. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. MAY 1, IS. This Pago is from the Daily of Friday, April 28. iurr.itxoit TitiTi-r.-xo. a. Yesterday, Mr. Purely appoarcd in our columns as tlio patriotic non-partisan, when discussing from Ids far oft' standpoint the affairs of "Cochiso County," and particularly tlio Into action of Governor Tritle. After iiaviiij been here where ho could, if ho desired, learn tho true condition of affairs lie takes it all hack in a lead ing editorial in tlio Yuma Froo Press of April 22. Well, Gov. Tritle is a republican and Mr. Puidy is a dem ocrat (in this editorial), and a politi cal campaign approaches in which he, no doubt, scouts tho spoils of of fice from afar, theroforo he has swal lowed his former good words: Jn a recent article wo commended tho action of Governor Tritle in ask ing an appropriation from congress to aid in subduing the lavless cle ment of Cochiso county. It was written under a misapprehension of facts and in tho belief tha...

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. — 1 May 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. Page Edition. T0MD81 L'K, ARIZONA. . : MAY 1, ISSi. from the Daily lay, April 27. UUVr.UXOll TIUTf.K-NO. 1. That thol reader.' of tlio Epitaph may hocon'io nioro thoroughly ac quainted with Jftdge Purdy's stylo of jouriialisnt and, jto show them what a deep though fait off concern ho has for a long tjrae thk'en in the welfare of this cob m utility, wb reproduce " anothor one of Ink vigorous and able leaders, which appeared in the Yuma Free Press Apjnl Gth, headed "Coohiso County.'1 Wo would call - attention to the facjt that a few errors irept into this eulogistic, article of Governor Tritlo, but then our people aro generous, and v-0 know they will earouso Mr. Purdyo i that score. He says: Governor Tritlo visited Tombstone nvontly and sjjent somo days in that city investigating the facts going to niako up tlio ast and oxisting law lessness in Cochise county. Ho has come tq the conclusion that law and order must prevail at any cost, and is taking sensible and energeti...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1882

---Jtey . VOL. 11I.-XO. 44. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY G, 188s FIVE DOLLARS A YEl V WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMI1STOSE. AHIZONA, MAY 0, 1883. A'istv ;iA:vA;r.w:T. The Epitaph has changed hands and tho new management lias but a fow words to say as to tho proposed policy in its future conduct. It will be devoted entirely to the interests of tho peoplo of Oochiso county and the Torritory at large, and in advo cating thoso interests will not allow its utterances to emanate from spite or bo colored by personal friendship. What is true will be stated with no regard to consequences; what is false will be exposod without fear. No journal can attach itself to a clique and wield any inlluence for good; therefore tho Epitaph will travel in the broad field of impartiality, neither favoring nor hating any in dividual for individual reasons. In politics the paper will be democratic, supporting tho nominees of the party .in this county and territory, unswerv ingly and uncompromisingly to tho ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1882

P I Lepitaph. tzOKA. MAY 0, IPS?. FLOItAli COXCEKT. Iral Concert and Mytho- liibition, at SoliielToliu 1ir.11 lay night, for tho boucfitof JieuHii churoli, was a most Kit ntlair, and rcllccts Jit upon tho management. stu was displayed in tho pi and in tho grouping of res. l lie. dresses also were so that tho contrast was most ul, tho collection of children lenting the appesrruico or an ar- TTstio arrangement of flowers against a green bank. Tho participants in tho exhibition were excellently trained, and the self-possession of some of the little girls was comically marvel lous. Mrs. A. M. Robertson looked charming in the role of tho Queen of Arcadia, and her answering song of greeting during tho "coronation ser vices" wTTwnOTt-rwujuisitely rondered. Mrs. Mabel McUoyi-ss-aU Gipsy ..Queen, rep'resejitjCd-tl-u dusk"jJor-tune-feller perfectly, and her dress not only fitted the character, but was most lovely. Mrs. McCoy's acting, also, deserved the applauso it gained, her attitudes being...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1882

- V iV1m a , 1 K1Y EPITAPH. TOMISTONE. ARIZONA, MAY 01882. AW ADVKRTISEMENT. lit to-day Epitaph will bo found a proclamatun of the President of the United Slttes, declaring in effect that the Territory of Arizona is aban doned to desperados and out-laws. The- proclamation states that "in con sequence of the unlawful combina tions of evil disposed persons, who are banded togother to oppose and obstruct the execution of the laws, it has become impracticable to enforce by ordinary course of judicial pio cecdings the laws of the United States within the Territory of Ari zona." Only this and nothing more. For all this gratuitous advertising we may thank Governors Gosper and Tritle, and we havo much to bo grateful for. Overtho official signa ture of the President it is announced that there is no law in Arizona, that good people must keep away, capital be turned into channels leading in another direction, industries become paralyzed, mines grow .'al'ueless and labor be wasted. With the ex ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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