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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1886

TJ,V "ABEmL ?y to !? Wf a, ! J l itfT 9JU Vol. Tn. TOMBSTONE, ABIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1886. No. 140. till wWWM&wWV SJH4CMJ1JI - OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Tousorial .Parlors BEN BARON Proprietor. I nil! lulorra the public that I hriTO opened a first-class (hop In every particular. tAi Ladles' llnir Cutting nudniiniuiiooln:; r A Hpcclalty. Privato ontraseo In rear of tho hotel for ladle. THE FASHION SALOON, Allen Street, between Third iind-.Fourth. KcepslConstantlv on Hand the Celebrated McBreyer an Tea Kettle Also tho famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR!! "Which is Manufactured Especially J(or Mo. C . S. BRADSHAW, Proprietor. J. V. VICKESS, Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines. Money and Insurance. Iteal KHtntP Bonsl t. Sold and Jtcntcd, Col loctlons inadcN Taxes paid, etc, SIlncH BoiiRhnt and Sold, aionry Loans Negotiated and Imntmcnts ma-io. "' t" 'ill I iinurnnr. rei,.!dentTud Lite. SOTAUY fUlW.IC. FASHION STABLES Hating purchased the rolling stock and horses J.O. Dunbar, also making ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1886

PAJLY EPJTAPfl; TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY .MftftNflffo JIfOARY Si, 1880. ' Daily Tombstone Epitatil xhu Cociiuk County Rhcoud. HOBSCRirnox mien: X V(DUmJ by carrier.) rtpe we DhII) one year,.. " 6;TO fcaily, Ix months,.. JM S&Si ta .T. Toono roYtom ond (tau JUttor J. O. DUNBAR. EtUtnr .ft Prop. Fremont Street, Opposite City Ha". To Hbstoiio, 0.1 "Mm Cout. Arlion'. CITY AID C0U.1TV OFFICIAL PAPER YounK Heechcr will receive $25,000, as his perquisite for the recent opium seizure. Mr. J. V. Vickers has made an effi cient member of the association of stock growers. Treasurer Ritter said to-day that there would not be a dollar for Tombstone school district in the net apportionment from the territory. Theo. F. White was elected vice-president of the Stockgrowf r's association at Denver. Mr. White is one "f Arizona's largest cattle owners and will make an able representative of the association. The Daily Indicator, ol New York, one of the gold bugs' organs, politely refers to the frie...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1886

DAILY EPITAPH: .TOMBSTONE; .ARIZONA, SUNDAY 'MORNINGWANUARY - 31, 1880. DAILY EPITAPH. TIHB HOHKIHJkK. tfew Mexico nnd Arlxonu Kallroad Company. Pacific time. 36 rainnte locr tlmu local tlino. Ml trains dally. ooiko NORTH. LKAVE. ooixa SOUTH. nEAVE. mtioss Grand Control Depot... 3ensoii Canlnteo Contention ..?. Valrbank Brookunc Huachuca. Elfin -. 8onolta.... f.1.4...l... J AT. 11:30 a m 11:20 a m 10 55 a in 10:25 a m llilOain 0:25 a m 0:00 am 8:20 am 7:50 a m 0:40 am 70 am 6:00 a m 5:25 a m 4:45 a m 130 pm 1:45 pm 2:10 p m 2:45 pm 3:00 pm 3:45 pu 4:16pm 5:00 pm 6:35 pm 6:20 pm 6:40 pm 7:26 pm 8:05 pm 8:45 pm Lv. Sanfonl'a. Calabasas. Morales 81NDX UOU'H STAGE LINE. &Ugv to connect with Western bound train leaves at 9:15 o'clock a. m. .... Staire to eonuect with Eattern bound train leaves at 0:15 o'clock a. m. Stage to connect with Guaymis train eaes at 2 o'clock p. m. Stage (or Charleston leaves at 7 a . in. Stare (or Blaboe leaves at 0 a. m.(except Sundays). city Tim:. Office ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1886

DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE "ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1886. iK. i n Julian Hawthorne's Ideas. Mr. Julian Hawthorne, llio novolist, was recently interviewed by n Chicago Daily yews' reporter. The conversation turned upon the estimation placed by Europeans on American works of fiction, and the question was asked: "Do you think tho American novel is growl njj hi popularity abroad, and what aro its distinctive, feature-, thought to bo by loreigners?" " "Tho American novel is certainly growing in popularity abtoad, especial ly in Kngland, us will bo r-eun by tho fiV(Ui'nt English reprints of our better novels. Tho reason for this is that there aro at present so tow tolerable novelists in Kngland. Tho Eugliih novel ha been written to death, and, as oven novel-readers must havo occasional nov elty, thoy turn to our books with relief. Tim distinctive foatures of our work probably appear to them to bo now sit uations, social conditions, and types of character and a certain minute ac...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 3 February 1886

' - a '! K. - avfciiBiiii iKiMwmiiJM uf v . . i-C'l . 'Ll 'iitlitiiu V - Vol. Vn. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1886. No.-148. ffiafl. Patta 1LPJL f .. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Tonsorial Parlors, BEN BARON Proprietor. I will Inform the public that I hart opened first-class ihop In every particular. GIVE ME A CALL. laattea' Hair Cattlas sad BhsuMpoolnar. A (Specialty. Private entrance in rear of tea hotel for ladles. THE FASHION SALOON, Allea Sfxeetfcttietween Tkird FMrtk. KeepsJCtawtantlv oa Hand the Celebrated MoBrey er an Tea Kettle Also the famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR!! Which is Manufactured Especially tor Me. C. S. 8RADSHAW. Proprietor. J. V. VICKERS, Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines, Money and Insurance. Meal Katate Bought. Sold and Rented, Co) loctloni made, Taxes paid, etc. Mlar Bonghnt aad Bold, Money Loans Negotiated and Investments made. Inanrauro-Flre, Accident and Life. NOTARY rUIllilC. FASHION STABLES Having purchased the rolling (took and hone J. O. Dunbar...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 3 February 1886

DAtLt EPITAVtti TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1880. I. w V i -. Djolt Tombstone Epitaph AMD COOUUK CoUNITt BeCOBD. luucumox run: JeUflDdlTerea by wirier, J BcenUp wk muyauywr... "JX my, m uiuuvu.,. . -M mill. II.Aui inAntha . ow Entond lu th Tambrton- 1-oMofflet u Moood elm JUttet J. O. DUNBAR. Editor Pro. VreMOBt Htreet, Oppotilte City Hail. Tatnbston. CKhlw Countr. ArfnJ MTY AID COIMTY OFFICIAL PAPER A Chicago paper publishes a report of the agent of syndicate of Americans searching for gold in Honduras, Central America. The new placers are said to yield from ten to eighty cents to the pan. There is likely to be a stampede to the diggings. In view of the number of past failures attending similar expeditions, miners .will do well to pause before they rush for the new El Dorado. It seems that the wonderful Comstoclc lode is not yet played out. The finding of good ore at a depth of 3,100 feet, in the Hale and Norcross, has enc luraged other companies to resume si...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 3 February 1886

A DAILY EPITAPH'.. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1886. DAILY EPITAPH. TIMK HCIIBUUM3. Now Mexico anil Arlnnn Railroad f!nnanr. Paclflo time, 38 minutes slower than local time. All trains dally. OOINO NORTH. LKAVX. ooixa SOUTH, niAVK. STATION Oraml Central Depot.... Denson Canlitoo Contention.. Fairbank Brookllno Huachuca. Elgin Sonolta .Crittenden Santord's. Calabasas. Noxalcs 1:30 pm 1:45 pm 2:10 pm 2:45 pm 3.00 pm 3:45 p m 4:15 pm 5.00 pm 6:35 p m 6:20 pm 6:40 p m 7:25 pm 8.05 pm b: p m BINDV BOB'S STAGE LINK. Stag to connect with Western bound train leaves at 9:15 o'clook a. m. Stage to conuect with Eastern bound train leaves at 9.15 o'clock a. m, Sfcwe to connect with Ouaymas train eaves at 2 o'clock p. m. Btago for Charleston leaves at 7 a . m. 8tae (or liisbeo leaves at 6 a. m.(except Sundays). CITV TIME. Office 406 Allen street, under Occidental Hotel. This psper is kipt oc flle it E. C. Drake' id. Terttslng Agency, 61 and 6) Merchants' lixc hange, 8an Fr...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 3 February 1886

DAILY EHTPJI: TmiESTOTE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNTNG, FEBRUARYS, 1886. KV ' '" &.-' fcEHAltfvABLE ROBBER. Another nnmo has been added to the long catalogue, of distinguished high waymen which includes Claude Duval, Dick Tiirpin, anil Jack .Shoiiiisinl. In many respect.-, he a the niitel renuivk nblo robber tho world has uer pro duced. Ills iinmu was Honry (JnrroU. He was a nafve of Knglaud, but. llko several other eit 'ens of that eoimtry, ho was granted leavo to rcsido in Aus tralia for tho term of ten years. This was in 1842. Tho eano of his goinp abroad to reside was tho loss of a watch, and well-filled pocket-book by a gcnjle-j man who was traveling in a private conveyance. So far as can bo ascer tained, for comparatively littlo is known of ins early life, lie was not incited to engage in adventuro and crimo by reading "dime novels." In deed, this claw of books, winch nro pre sumed to bo so pernicious in their in fluence, had not been placed on the market when Mr. Garrett was ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1886

. . & r) V.e - ,- .0 ' Vor,. TJI. TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, TIIUKSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. No. 149. MmmMlmt fMWl pftlil OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Tonsorial Parlors, BEN BARON Proprietor. I will Inform tlio pabllc Ibat I bno opened a first-class tbci in ncry particular. OIVB MB A CALL. LutllcV JInU' CuMiusnuilHIiainiioolng I i. niirrmiij . ?. Private entt.crintA,r or lao hotel for-Udlei. "' THE FASHION SALOON, Allen Street, between Third nmUFourUi. KeenslConsluiitlv on Hand the Olebruted MoBreyer an Tea Kettle Also tlio famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! ! Which is Mnuuiiictiirctl KeiiccluUyJlor Bio. C. S. BRADSHAW, Pronrietor. J. V. TICKERS, Fremont Street, Ileal Estate, Mines. Money and Insurance. Itcal KtatP-l)ouert. SoM null Hinted, Co loctlnns mark, Tou paid, etc. 91nr Bouglnitanfl Hold, 31omy Loins .SVgotlatod mid Imcstmcnts mao. tiiNiiiniiri V ', A idftit Mid l.llp. Having purchased tlio rolling stock and horsey J.O. Dunbir, alo uiakin. matij additional pur chases, I am now iircpaie-d to ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1886

DAILY EMTAVfl? TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA tf8tffoSftAY WMXRfo OTSfttJAftY A, ttftS. Daily Tombstone Epitate AND Coouuk CoUNll' Uecuud. rmciurnui rmcs: Plly(DUTirr.lb) wirier.) Milium wA BJVJWi! " b!oo Dally, K month! 305 JUitei, J.O. oUMltvii. E'r.if tt Prop. Fremont Ktrent, opjiohUp """I' Tmbrtouo, OojMm Count , Arton; CITY MO CPU Iff OFFICIAL PAPER oca oiiVhhk aijvisjkt In" our telegraphic column will be found the news ot the Minenderof Ger onimo to Lieutenant Maus, who assumed command upon the death of Captain Crawford. This news will surprise no-body-who read the account published in the EpitPH at the time the news of CrawforcVs death arrived, in which it was stated that Geronimo was anxious to come and talk with General Crook. This mast miserable campaign may now, we suppose, be considered at an end, but no th.inks for the result arc due to General Crook. On the contr.ti V, had it not been for his incredible and crim inal obstinacy in continuing to employ the Chiricahiu scouts, there i...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1886

I ' .. flV 'VV V . . ' DAILY- ;EPIT.A?Hr.- -.TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY .MORNING. FEBRUARY 4, 1886. - USi. DAILY EPITAPH. TIMK HV1IKULK Now Mexico Arixnna lUUrond Compauy. 1'aclQc time. 311 minutm itowir thin local time. All trains ilally. OOINO hORTH. I.IAVK. UOIN'O Ol'TII. nHAF TATIOX Grand Control Dopot.... 3eusoii..... CanUtoo. Contention Paltbank Brooklinr ' Huachuca. Elgin Sonolta,. .... Crittenden.. ,.....lJ; Sanford'n. Calabasas. Nojaios 11:30 a m 11:20 a m 10 65 a iu 10:25 a m 11:10 n m 0:25 a m 0:00 a m 8:20 am 7:50 a m 0:40 a in 7:00 am 6:00 a m 6:25 a m 4(45 am 1:80 i m 1:45 pn 2:10 pm 2:45 pm 3.00 pm 8:45 pm 4:15 pm 5:00 p in 5:35 p in 0.20 p m 0:40 p m 7:25 p m 8.05 p m 8:45 p m 8M3 llOtt'l 8TAMK M.Mi. dtago to connoct with Weitern hound train loaves at 0:15 o'clock a. m. , .... Btajrotoconucctwlth Eaitern bound train lcos at 0:15 o'clock a. m. Stago to connoct with Ouaj-mu train oro" at 2 o'clock p. m. SUzo tor Charleston leaves at 7 a . m. S We tor IlUbeo leaves at...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1886

f DAffiY JSMMBfl: TOMBSTONE ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNLNG, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. fe lt TA REMAltKAJBLE ROBBER. Another namo has bixm added to tho long catnloguo of dUtineulshcd high waymen which includes Olaudo Duval, . Dick Turpin. mid .rack Slicppard. In many respects ho Mas tho moat rcmark-- ublo robber tho world lias over pro duced. His nhino 'was Henry Garrett, Hevrnsn nntHe of England, but, like JJ several other citlzeni 01 that country, he was granted leave o w-ido in Aus tralia for the. term of ten years. This wiw in 1842. Tho came of hh goinj? nbtoad to rcsiilo was tho loss of a watch and well-fillud pocket-book by a geiitlo mau who was traveling in a private conveyance. So far as can bo ascer- talned, for coiniinrath ely littlo is known of his early life, ho was not incited to engage in adventuro and crinio by reading "dlmo novels." In ...... deed, this class of books, which are pre- 8UU1CU lO DO bO peilliuiuiia in "it" in fluence, had not been placed - on the v market when Mr. Ga...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 5 February 1886

i i rt y Mm If ttofonc Vol, V1L TOMBSTONE, AKIZONA. FEIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1886, , jTo. 150. ffttipl Putin P01t OCCIDENTAL 1I0TJSL Tonsorial Parlors, BEN BARON Proprietor. I will lnlorm tha j ubllc that I have opened a first-class iliuu in tury particular. Giya ME A CALL. LaiUcx Ilnlr CiitlliicauilMliniiiliooinj: A Nipclalt3'. Private entrance In rear of too hrtel for ladle. THE FASHION SALOON, Allen Street, between Third and .Fourth. KeepslConstuntlv on Hand the Celebrated BIoBreyev an Tea Kettle "X7V lxi3sLe37- , . Also tho famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! ! "Which iH Slaniiliiuttircd Especially lor Mu. C. S JRADSHAW, ProDrietor. J. V. YICKSES, Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines, Money and Insurance. . Kent Kfifatc BoucM. Soldnid Hentcd, Col tactions made, Tuxm paid, etc ."IHi'eH llou(;hut unit Hii (1, Slont-y Loans iieRollated and Investment? uiao. . IiiHurnneo-Klro, Accident and l.llc. xotaiiy rimuc. Having purchased tho rolling stock ami horses J . O. Duutnr, also. uiaUiu many ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 5 February 1886

fitflflf ttKTAPH; TOflA&TftlTE. AttlZOKA, flftld&Y JHOMWEHG, PBBRUAftY 5, 1986. -525SHHS2SHS5! 1 ,A I 7 " f '. r F Daily ToRbstohib ErrrAPa AND Cooiiuk Coumxt Kbcokd. nmimn wci: jMrjCDeUwribroMrfe.). S&otntip week I)UyonjeT ''J-.- illy, li months ? BMlr. threu inonth ",iJil Entered In the T-ratone Poatoffloa M looond elui Matter J. O. OUVB VII. VAntr Prm freatiat mreet, Opposite :ity Hall. TabiUno,ijhlOountv. ArfioniJ MTY AND C0U1TY OFFICIAL PAPER It is reported in Washington that , $760,000 has' been subscribed by the Bell , tehphone interest to drive Lamar and Garland out and down Cleveland's ad- ministration. Jiijrjra From a special dispatch in our tele graphic column, it will be seen that the Mexican want Mr. Geronimo. Cochise county also may very likely put in a claim to this gentleman shortly. .We have received number I, of thr 1. Salt River News, a weekly, published in the beautiful and fertile valley of Tempe," Maricopa county. The first number is printed on thr ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 5 February 1886

."" """ V ? V DAILY EPItAPH: MBSTONE? ARIZONA; -FRIDAY MORNING; FEBRtJRJ 5, iSBG.-,' -A . . ,"..: .'i-S- DAILY EPITAPH. TtMtS HUHBUUIiK. New Mexico and ArUona Ballroa Company. Paclttc time. 38 minute (lower tuna lowl time. All trains dally. ooixa HOITU. IHYE. ooixa (OUTS. IUIE innoN Grand. Central Depot, 3ensmi. .tl'Oft'nlstoo.-. Contention Falrbank DrookUm.v....... Huachqca. Elgin 11:30 am 11:20 a. in 1065 am 10-.45 a m 11:10 am 8:25 am 0.00 am 8:10 am 7:50 am 8:40 a in 7:00 am (.00 a m 8:iS a ra :45m 1:30 pm 1:45 pm 2:10 pm 2:45 pra 3.00 pm 3:45 pm 4:15 pm 6:00 pm 6:35 pm 6:10 pm 8:40 p iri 7:15 pm 8:05 pm 8:46 pm aonoiw ,, , Crittenden., Sanlord'.... , -CalabMM.. . '' Noalc.... (Ar. iLv. aXHBX BOB1 aTA&B UNK. SUire to connect with Wettern bound Ualn lear at 9:16 o'clock a. m. . . . , , Stair to conuoct with EaUrn bound train leave at 0:15 o'clock a. m, . , . . Stags to coaueot with Ouarmai train eaei at 1 o'clock p. m. 8ta;e for Charlettoo learei at 7 a . m. . ' ? State (or I...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 5 February 1886

JHffif -8nfeB? U0WB9T0NE rH2S0KV ffBBUHWPft f HHKMfMf , 188ft. fvrmvf 3E I I I C Another narao has been added to the long catalogue of distinguished Meh waynion which includes Claude Duval, Dick Tnrpln. and Jack Shoppanl. In many reelects ho was tho most remark ulilo robber tho world has ever pro duced. His name was Henry Garrett. Hewasanat'u of England, bat, like several other clUiens m mat country, he was granted leavo to reside In Aus tralia for Ulo term of ten years, , This wmln 1842. The canso of his goln abroad to icsido was tho loss of a watch and wrll-tillcd pocket-book by a gentle man who was traveling in a private conveyance. So far as can bo ascer tained, for comparatively littlo Is known of his early life, ho was not melted to engage in adventure anil crime bv reading "dime novels.'' In deed, this class of books, which are pre sumed to bo to pernicious In tholr In fluence, had not been placed on the market when Mr. Garrett was a small boy, which was nearly eighty years a...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 6 February 1886

ir - u - i 1 .' v:& ' , '! '. fltlfl ' K --, . k . .-,-i I . V - SvFtn. TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY -6, 1886. i No.-151. r i i . P it, t "Vi i'sr. Y OCCIDENTAL HOT$L m' 1 .'kTdUWfe i j BEN BARON Prbprtfetor r I will Inform the public that I bsive o jened, a flrlt-class shop In every, particular, - 7 OIVK UK A CALL. XiittlW'iHalr Cattfas mi ! jjftj A HpecUlty, Trim entrance In twr of,tno hotel for Udlef. TPTyivST. u.t'in , " - y.T a,uu iuusumi i THE FASHION SALOON; Allen Street between-Third and-.Fonrth. KeepsJConstantlv on Hand the ,tl . Celebrated MoBrey er an Tea Kettle '.'. Also the famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! I .Which is Manufactured " Especially for Me. C. S. 8RADSHAW, ProDrietor. J. V. VICKERS; Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines. Money and iV'l" Insurance. . Heal Kdtatp Bought. Said and Bentcd, Col loctloni made, Taxes paid, etc. Mine Boughut and Mold, aioney Loans Negotiated and Investment! male. Innrnnr. I'lre, Accident and Lite. "NOTARY fUlililC. FASH...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 6 February 1886

JMttt iHffAKfi: "TOMBBTONB. ARttONA. 9ATUBDAY MOKftWG, MCBftUAAY 6, 1886. v -D"M : r AMD COCUUB CoUHT BbOOBB. aussciiroos kick aUy (DellYerwl oy eairwr, j r- - w Daily one year i T jm Uy, alx rrwmthe.. gM Matter . JT. O. PUNBAB. Editor Pro. Vremont street. Opposite City Hall. Tiubrto-i,CchlGouW. Art tonal HTY AMD COIHTV OFFICIAL PAH The Star says Crook is the best friend Arizona ever had. The force of uncon scious satire could no furthci go. Several Arizona journals are doing harm by selling their space to that gigan tic fraud, the Louisiana lottery. Now Zulick, old son, it's about time for you to fire oft another proclamation on the Indian question. Let us have a good one, this time. The Southern Pacific company are fortunate in being represented in Arizona by such a gentleman as J. A. Muir, whose affable and courteous conduct does much to neutralize the not un natural feeling of discontent with which the discriminating policy of that com pany towards Arizona is regarded. The presi...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 6 February 1886

DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, - ARIZONA, .SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 6, 1886: ' m " '. i. DAILY EPITAPH. TIMB HCHKDDIiK. Mew Mexico and ArUo ftallrM Company. PlSc time, 3d minute lotcr thn locil time. All trains dtlly. soua oaiH. tUTI, OHO tours. MIT. VAtlOlD OrndCentrll8pot., 3nsoii Canltteo. .!... Contention. Tilrbank.. ll:SOm 11:20 m 10 65 a a 10:S5am 11:10 m 0:3Sm 9:00 am tffltm 7:60 ia CM am 7.-00 am COO am l:Uam 4:46 am 1:30 pm 1:46 pm 2:10 pm 8:46 pm 8:00 pm B:4Spm 4:16 pm (Mpn 6:16 pa BrookUno , Hiuchuoa. . Hll Hlrfn. BonolU Crittenden t! 8:pm (:40 pm 7ipm Itfpu S:46pa fcntonl's.. Oal&buaa.. Nozlea..., SIWBX BOB'S HTASB UHE. 9ta) to connect with Western kouad train learee at 9:16 o'clock a. m. . .... Btatretoeonuectwltb Caitera bound train leave t 9:16 o'clock a. m. Stage to connect with Oiujmu train oavea at I 0'clooKp. m.". 8ta;e tor Charleston leaves at 7 a . m. 8ue tor UUbee loaves at 6 a. ULteicept Sunday cmr time. OfflaV-406 Alljn street, under Occidental Hotel. ' ThWp...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Tombstone epitaph. — 6 February 1886

,v il l! l- ! . .' , - MtAtOftmmx i,05b.9xoje Afcmmf amaiT ;)j -, is. Tr -i? - ., tr The Ownt MflnBMWtt- - Bcloro the sum is whollj su'oioriUd thoro will bo tlroo carefully to con sider what form tho momorlal should takeand the other n.iostion which the der.tli and.burialof General Grant have hmuatit nromlnentlv forward, whether v oi.n'i.lii nrfi'do'.! common natioa-r ground, a faim $& tho great neroos puuuiij uu uumu, -which would become at onoo a M? of uttlonal pllxiimnifft ann an vp.r-Ai:-uev.iiig fountiilu of national union and patriotism. Thpro is one obvious objection to such u sohomu, whlcli is thalho; 'clUinir of distinguished cltlzum tosucji naug; al sopulture must be determined or Congross, and thu result would ba al most inevitable that mere partisan feel lag would largely determine a ques tion which such feeling can not Justly decide. There is to be considered, also, the adrantago of the distribution of such national shrines throughout tho, country Vy.,tho burial of ...

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