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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 18 November 1882

El 1 Ci V0L.-12. NO. 17. i(),aisro'K, ct)cu?: county. AitiihNx. novkihshk is, 1882. F,Vl: I) UjIaks a yeak VS y--r par ,-! m .3 -jr-, 7 - .- wtr j EPITAPH. K 3 r) 7 : P rii) vi Iv r MINING ltKVIUW. Tlio Jlliiet l.ooliln;: Well unit tin' rii. turu iHiiro(l. All along iliu mineral licit tho Mine, if not grcatcncilvii pievail-, and gem rally with satisfactory ic-suits or most Haltering prospects. Tlic larger mines, tho Ccmtcti lion anil Grand Central, ncicr looked litt ler or yielded :i larger quantity of first grade oro. In fact the former niinu is do ing hetler now than it was one year ago, and lilt' same will hold good with man) others being n gtil.u ly "painted. Prepa rations arc being intulu for the pumps at the Grand (Vnlr.il which arc dctined to solve, tho ore problem below the ati r level. The shie.vdest mining munaic of the opinion tint tome of the largest silver mines in tho wotld will b.i woikc.l i t this placi', and there is no good reason for doubling tho correctness of th...

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. — 18 November 1882

es WEIKIY EPITAPH. I TOMBSONE,TARIZONA,NOVEMDEni8,18S2 iVVlCIAL JOUHNAL OF TOM11STONK PUBLISHED BY THE Enilanh Printing and Publishing Go ttlchard little, Editor and Manager Oflce, 325 and S3T Fremont Street, Tombstone. Arizona. strBsomrnoji tbici: Op ly .(.dsUvered by 'Arrler).... 25 cents per week. tinny, ono year iu w Dully, six months 5 00 U&ily.three months 3 no Weekly, one year 5 "0 Weakly, ilzmontha 2 M Weekly, tbree months 1 N t-Entered at the Tombstone poitoffice second-class matter. 1E1IAXD 'OK 81LVEK CUUKEMCY. In face of tlio facts and figuraa it trill be exceedingly dlffioult for the mono-Bietalists to prore their oft re iterated claim that there ia'ikelyto be any very great "glut of tiirer dol lars" in tbo United States treasuries, or to show that the people do not want silver currency. Repot ts from Washington state that during the week ending November 11, the sum of $1,032,900 standard silver dollars were put in circulation by tho United States mints. During the s...

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. — 18 November 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, AKIZONA.NOVEMBEK 18, 18S2 Handy IIoVh Htnee Line. Office, 01 Allen street, In Trlbolet's building. majjes leave Tombstono at 8 a. m. for Contention, to connect with Eastern bound train, 7:30 a. ni. to connectwlthOiajnias tralo, 12 o'clock m., to connect with Western bound train, and at 1 p. m. to connect with the,Uuarmas train. BtsRes .srj'ieare ejcry day for CbarlCBton jud Iluachuca, at 'Tt .30 p.m., and Mondays, Wednesday! asd FrU slays at 7 a. ra. Tor Charleston, Hereford and Msbee. SiKW KIliHUAD TIME TABIiK. EASTWAHD. Han Francisco leave at 8 :30 a. m. every day Los Angeles leave at "a. m. second day Benson leave at8 if a. m. third day Doming , leavo a 8 p. m. third day Kansas City leave at 6.38 p. ra. sixth day bt. Loill leave at 7 p. m. sixth day w York arrive at 10:30 a.m. eighth day WESTWARD. New Tone leave at S p.m. every day St. Louis leave at 8:50 a. in. third day Kansas City leave at 10:15 p. in. third day Oemlng leave at 7 a. ra. sixth day Ben...

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. — 18 November 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH TOMIISONE.TAKIZONA.NOVEMBKItlSlSS-.' UX.IUT. Gramlma Citizen is, in the main, fair and impartial in discussing pub lic men and measures, but occasion ally lier livor pad gets displaced und alio becomes splenetic. In niferiini: to Judge Hoover tho other day, she says: 1 ho results of his courso will he even more beneficial in Cochise county than here, for there tho law less clement is more powerful, and morn important cucs dopend upon tint decision of juries'. Wo know tint duiini: tho recent cowboy troubles in Cochise county tho tnin ing interest .f Tombstone did imt daro to take a decided stand in favor of law and order and against offuial incompetency, for fear tho sheriff would pick an unfavorable jury upon important mining suits then pending in court. The above is so unjust, not to say untrue, for it is positively false, that it seems unnecessary to answer or take any notice of it. 13ut the fact remains the same, th it during Sheriff Beliaii's admitiisuation in wor...

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. — 25 November 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. b VGl .-IV. NO. 18. TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR Tin: OTHEK SIDE. Another lUpcrt'x Opinion orthoUliiS Nton Co u n try. There seems to bo a great divcisity of opinion among experts lu icgard to the Kingston mul Lake Valley country, in New Mexico. The Epitaph recently published the letter ot Cuptaln John JIo Till: PEAIJODY 3IIXI3. A ItcM-rlptloii of the Itussellvlllo Cop. Ici' llotinuzn ntitt Mm Management. This mine Is located In the noithcin spur of tho Dragoon mountains, about seven miles noith of Summit station ou the Southern Pacific laihoad, and lies at the northeastern evtremity theicof. "1 he town of Russellvillo is four miles from 1.. II a 1 l.S 1. !.. .lntAl tlint tlin m 1 n uc .' , . . . ' , ,,,,.( the rnllrcnd, and his grown to be it camp would ceitalnly not 'go down," and tint) .'.,.. .,.,...:' not moro than ono of them would ever reach a dividend-paying basis. lie also claimed that all tho mineral ye...

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. — 25 November 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER25.1SS2 l'ltKHlDEXT 31AKEUS, Tho New York Graphic, ono of tho leading and most influential of conservative republican papers in tho Empire state, comes ut boldly in favor of Grover Cleveland, tho nowly-eleoted governor, for pres idential candidate in 1SS4. There can bo no doubt but Cleveland is an immensely popular man; his largo majority, proves that. But it must bo taken into consideration that al though Folgor is an ablo man, tho icpublicans did not, as a party, in dorso thoso who schomed for his nomination, and to rebuke thom de feated him, "not that thoy loved Folger less, but their party more." All-who voted for Clovoland for gov ernor will not voto for Cleveland for prosident. There is a vast difl'erenco between tho two, which his admhers will ducover in case he is fortunato enough to secure tho nomination for tho highest offico within the gilt of the people. Of him the Graphic says: Confidence in the man, founded on very slight kno...

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. — 25 November 1882

SET WMKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTON E, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER S3, 1683 Dollarn and Cento. Wlut will thl country be noted for heice? Dollars and cent). Dolltra and cents. What arc men suItIiij for hot and Intense? Dellara and cents. Dollars and cents. What uakes our politics rank with offense? Dollar and cents. Dollars and cents. What makes Mr. Gould, thoujh a small man, Ira- memo? Dollars and cents. Dollars sad cents. What makes oar cashiers Jump o'er tho back fence? Dollars and cents. Dollars and cent. What cause crime on the slightest prstense? Dollars and cents. Dollars and cents. Why is It stern justice so often relents? Dollars and ccn'.s. Dollars and cents. What more than all shadows tells coming vents? Dollars and ceits. Dollars and cots. What makes 70a polite to a man of no sense? Dollars and cents. Dollars and cents. Why don't editors1 vacations ever commence ? No dollars, no cents. Not even cents. Brooklyn Union TI10 .or Htory of Cock Itobin. Wno fought the parly? ' said John O., "My p...

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. — 25 November 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, N0VEMBKRS3,18;1J According to lato telegrams, a now El Dorado has been discovered. 1'ho fact tbat it is in Catnda, near the Minnesota line, and therefore loasoiubly accessible, is sufliciont cause that the new discovo-y will oc casion no special excitement nor cre ate an unreasoning and unaccounta ble rush, such as old residents of this coast are familiar with. It is dUtanco lends onohsntment to min ing discoveries. Tho more remote and inaccessible tho scene of a min ing discovery, tho greater tho uproar among mining men and prospectors. A telegram from Duluth, Minnesota, dated the ICth instant, thus describes tho Canadian El Dorado: "Glowing reports reach this city of recent rich liscoveries of silver oro at a point twclvo miles east of Pigeon rivor, on tho Canadian side of tho internation al boundary line. General Wilde, who has been prospecting in that re gion for threo years in company with a Frenchman named Dannett and Dan MoPhee, with tho ai...

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. — 2 December 1882

TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH. VOL.-IY. NO. 19. TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, DECEMBER 2, 1882. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR WAS IT POISON Sudden Death of Sirs. It. II. Camp, bell An Investigation Called for. Mrs. R. B. Campbell, the wife of the restaurant roan of the same name, died suddenly yesterday morning about 9 o'clock. At first It was reported about town that she dropped dead fiom a stroke of apoplexy while pursuing her usual aro cation. This report was traced to a wai ter in the restaurant, but it was found to bo untrue, aud the reason for spreading a false statement of the sad occurence Is not yet apparent. It subsequenoly transpired that the deceased woman was taken s!ck Monday afternoon nbout 8 o'clock. She was seized with violent spasms and cramps in the stomach. Dr. Seawell was called, and piescribcd for her soon after she was taken. Not finding relief from the medi. cine taken, Dr. Qibcrson was summoned yesterday morning. lie found tho patient suffering from the aymptoas abov...

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

il fJSEKLY EPITAPH.' lOMUSTONE.AUIZOSA, DECEMBER a. lbSJ A .1IA!il)KltAli:. Tho Los Angolcs Herald, ono of the .-vtaunclicst democratic papers in California, in referring to tho presi denl'iikto civil iervico roform croolu et, under tho above head, most truthfully says: "That is a rather amusing circus which holds the boards ju-t now in Washington city, in whiuh Arthur is represented as pos sessed by a fanatical impulse in dealing tho channels of justico and cleans'ng tho official Augean stables. Wo uro told that tho delays and ter gUcisations ill tho Star Rwuto cases have boon sources of great agony to tin irtuous administration; and that tint somewhat minified factor in American politics, since the Into elec tidn, is determined to have the blood of Undy and his gang. Probably no oio outside of a lunatic asylum believes a word of all this "rot.'' Tho fact i' , that dazed by tho rsult of the fatrnsglo in New York, President ArtAur's he&d is liko a veritable "tee totum" and is sp...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 2 December 1882

I , A V ""tVZ'Z EEKLY EPITAPH. lOMUfONK, AKIZON'J. DKOEMBKK 2, 188! O. A. It. 1 Jtiivv Veterans of tho "lnle Unplens- uiitnrNN" F.iijojed ThemselvpH. The ball gWcn on Thursday evening by t!iu resident members of the Grand Army of the Republic at ScliIelTulln linll wis a most pronounced social success. The various committees to whom tho arrange ment for the event were entrusted acquit ted themselves in a most praiseworthy manner, having perfected all the details which co so far to make affairs of that char, acter pleasant and succcsfful. At 0.30 the band struckjup tho grand march, and a few minutes later dancing commenced. At 12 o'clock a sumptuous lunch was spread, which'was thoroughly enjoyed. Tne hall was crowded, many elegant costume being wojn by the ladles present, among which weTnotfced the following: Hiss Locker in handsome black grena dine, triinmed with loops of red ribbon; hair in coil, with frizzes. Handsome jowelry. . Sirs. Le Van was elegantly attired in black brocaded ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 2 December 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. 10M11ST0NE, ARIZONA, DECEMBER 2, 1882 SKW MEXICO liAWS. Much lisa been concerning tlio said and written notorious " blue laws " of Connecticut, which once disgraced the statute books of that commonwealth; but, according to a New Mexico paper tho revised code of our sister territory bears statutory enactments in compaiison with which tho most absurd and out rageous of the bluo laws would ap pear tho incarnation of justice and equity. For instance, in Now Mexico, a sister cannot inherit a brother's property equally with brothers. No lawyer in ho territory can tell with any certainty how property de scends. A wife's share of her de ceased husband's estate is an inde finable share. Tho statute of inheri tance, in speaking of the acquest of property, community and privato property of husband, is the veriest rubbish. There are two statutes re garding heirs and descent and the ntradicts tho other, and neither is intelligible. Hero are some causes which may authorize aronts ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 9 December 1882

"Mi3-? TOMBSTONE WEEKLY EPITAPH M 'NO. 20. iUD SILENCE. fl' ft. i . fiial ttchcme.i an ot 9Ion F eait a vcrr slngu Dturr Lfn a Denver paper. owjh rty of hunters in the Camo 33 a wonderful c i wis kg singular about tlffi openrance of . , nafj. was great, Bn ibem snct3 .hiclt i-rc? lard nothing. Thoy saw the tier move, and were perfectly Ithcv were savine sometlilD refused to pcrfornUiaifnec. - - jru' eoiiaioroid dulyfctt man the panlherHiouL'bt that tho i ntr .- js oi ,iuo urtrmBOT his cars hau btea ed by lhawtrccch of tho wounded ani- 1 fl-l-i!., .1 1 -1 V.J ii.. itrc uiuera wuugui muy iiuu vac Spins consumption, and wero afraid would lose a lung every time they to speak. In fuel, the silence wag "shout four-ply, they could all feel and sec it, but they could not hear. Finally tho gang, all hoarse, left the place, and when they had gotten a short distance wcie able to exchange their cuiscs and growls with out growing red in the face. Then they concluded that it was all owing to some...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 9 December 1882

U KEKLY EPITAPH. T0M113T0SK, AR1Z0NM. DEOEMIIGKD , 18M a im:sTi. Tho emotional huiguago of bees is oho of tho multifarious facts in insect lifo. with which Sir John Lubbock has mado tho world familiar. "A tired bco,'' ho says,"luuns on E, and there fore only vibrates its wings 330 times in a second. A beo humming on A will, on tho other hand, increaco its vi orations to -110 per second. This diffcrenco is, probably, involuntary, bt't tho ohango of tone is evidently under command of tho will, and thus offers another point of similarity to a trim 'voice' A beo in pursuit of honoy hums continually and contout edly on A, but if it is excited or angry it produces a different note. Thus then,1' concludes Sir John,"tli3 sounds of insects do not merely servo to bring tho sexes together: thoy ure not merely 'lovo songs,' but . alsa serve, liko any true lan- ruac, to express tho feelings." tow, suppose a follow wanders in .immediate vicinity ef a beo-hivc, Lby irritating the inhabitants and t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 9 December 1882

WMKLY EPITAPH. TOMUSTONE, ARIZONA, DECEMBER I), 18 TUN IHHVK. This journal has several times ex pressed thb opinion that tbo next great Uun boforo the people would bo tlio people vs. monopoly. But while so stating wo liavo treated the subject with the dignity becoming it. Wo have not called .tho railroad com . ,paui'es "robbors," "cormorants" or "' 'usurers," for tho simplo reason that wje?do not boliovo them to bo such. ." The. railroads in Arizona aro con tlnjtod on a "high pressure" princi ple. They placo their freight tariff 0(i the nooossaries of life as high as possible for the reason th&t tho peo ple demand thorn, and we, as a peo , - pie, insist upon our wants being sat- " --isfiedas soon as possible Conso quenty tho people, or consumers, are in a measure responsible for the high rates. For instance, you ' patronize tho grooer ;who furnishes you with tho freshest and cheapest goods. To do this ho must purchase in tho nearest market, and ship by tho most rapid way. This y...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 9 December 1882

w J'J L i L loon 13 oflereil ce of o healthy t'liousc and Jiil ariyapidly "uoplction. 'Ilio coulractor, A. cr, daltl It would be ready to turn vfir i (53e"J?t of January. T-v $ Ed. Nevett, of the Southern Pacific hotel i at Yuma and Indio, leases to-day for 121 Paso. As a host, he is incomparable, and oa all occasions "a jolly good fellow." AVc regret to leai n of the seTcre illness of Judge Miko Gray. He ventuied out too S90u after his late attack of fiver, and hid a relapse. Ills many lriends hope for a speedy recovery. C. A. Pitcher, brother of E 1 Pitcher, arrival r'ruhy from El Pa?o. He is justly considered one ol tucbest engineers on the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe railroad. He returns in n few ilns. Benny J. riiicti,biother o( II. J. Lynch, of tho ilrra of Ljnch Bios., large stock men, of New Muxicc, c line in townycstei day. Ben is' not the lug ! man in the country, butke his as mini lriends as any man on the coast. Jose Qulvej, the Mexican who wai shot Friday morning by L...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 16 December 1882

. . A 'y U"j.i-Jk & TONE WEEK EPITAPH TOMBS c. NO. 20. PATAGONIA PENCILINGS. A Quici Quartet of Southern IMina County Mijiiug 4 n i Camps. Past and Present, of irAi-slinw, ' Mowry, Lu Xoria and "Washington Camp. 1 K A Brief Glance at the Prominent r Mining Properties of the l Patagonia Mountains. J. t Ji IlnvMknw nuil Vicinity. 1 Although tlit Patagonia mountain? life. ltng to our sistir county of Pimnslllf, ;w sWmc time li s elapsed blncfu "nify no(i,c8 of tills district Iih 'appealed, andww many of ofr citizens have' interests; thei cm, a few n&e-i 113 to tho lil'nes! del. may not lo out offiilacc to our r&uleisat homo nnd abroad. "'ntagonla dislrlfct can bo most easily reached from Contention by railroad to Crittenden; the-ndc by daily stage twcho mills to Hursbaw. "Wo piofened, how cvirj the louto byJCharle-iton, Huachuca post, Tony O'Donncll's inncli, and thence ontothoold Jlowery camp, from which point Harsliaw is six miles dist mt, north cily, and Washington camp ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 16 December 1882

y w akd shoi WEEKLY EPITAPH, TOMnSTONE.AIUZON'J.DEOE.MDEIUG, 188J A IjESSOX. Tho ropublican party aro guilty ,. of base ingratitude. It is m this j manner that an eastern exohango accounts for tho defeat of that party: A. set or national lcecuca exist at wash, ington which must be sloughed off before Ijtho republican party can return to a concli rtion of cood health. Hubbcll and Riddle. s.bcrger are types of the clement alluded to. r'i uoy aro not republicans, but the rcpubli. rcan party is made resposiuio lor tnelr nns. Ibehavior by the people at large. They are jtiiot democra's, and tho democracy will tgathcr tho glory of choking them off Fiiiey arc tuo utrty work department of Biaiwartism, 01 winch uoniuing is King nu Arthur lias been nigii pi lest. A few years ago, yes, eron loss, and (Jonkling "might havo stood Igainst tho world, now none aro so poor as to do him reverence." In tho old days of Grantism he was one pf tho chief rulers of tho republican party and a powor in tho 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. — 16 December 1882

WEEKLY EPITAPH. & STONK, ARIZONA, DECEMBER 16. USi I-OUAL NOTES. Judue Ilaynes came up from Tucson yesterday. Kdward Field, Duke of the Gilded Age, is at the National hotel, Washington. Builulo Hill is Mild to he worth $250,000. Now that's bill we should like toll we presented to us. So nc nto to have m eouit imtil'next mouth. Well, the b.ys will try and keep tho ayerasc ur The terminus of the Mexican Central railroad is now at Li Uas, winch is SCO miles fiom ihu City of Mexico. Connection through to Now Orleans will be mude about the ISth of January. Tho construction of bridges is holding thera back. Stock of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo railroad company has recently been placed upon the market in Boston in large quantities. It is said that .Editor Dunbar forwarded a pair of worsted buggy robes to Editor Brown to keep his cars warm during his slay at Prescott. Travel te quite brisk at present. Many strangers are coming in, and quite a num ber of our residents aregoineto ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Weekly Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone weekly epitaph. — 16 December 1882

biJfiBKLY EPITAPH TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, DECEMIIEUIC, lS8i Till: K1U11 AXI Till; 1'OOU. It U gonornlly recognized that tho greatest evil of modern times is the wneontration, or centralization, of wealth; tho war of the monopoly against tho poopl3,and tho rich against .n n . T fl inAllin ( linnn 41, to piili. niu uvui AH utiuiiiti u;ivu tuia auu' joct, tho Silt Lake Tribuuo draws t!u following pictures in its usual griphio stylo. It is a description of part of the decorations of a million'- aire's houso in Now York: "At ono ol tho doors of a dining-room hu'igs a porlicro of silver cloth, decorated intjpustry stitch with festoons of fruits and llowcrs, appropriately suggestive to tiio owner 01 tno abundance, loriuni.oi Hie goou tilings ot lite. A .European altar to tlio persuasiveness ot tuo amr, It3 aitar-ciotns lor tno luo portal, scroll worK in ulusli, anil designs ot tlio witu bands and iringes gught by pious mo- ciory or uod, uavc fltar to servo to tuo Jlroad mllliou- copy tho I To ...

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