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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

Bll THE CAMPAIGN otttMotif THE - EPITAPH-I Will be a lieljr one. The EriTArn ill give all the newt and ill be lent to any address 'or r Bll4n "aWV 4-1 .- A. A- IfcJ It Issued ever Sunday and contains all the news of the eek as 't appears in the Dailt PeosrcroK. -- -j aauiii,uh 1UI 34. n Ton Cents t CJopy- i ssasasasasdSESEsssasMPiptwfe VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. OCTOBER SO, 1892 NO. 10 frfti!. I ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. Fur Ioe-Oold Beer on Draught ran WHS THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL AXKIUSER. BUSCH BSXWINQ ASSO CIATION. Or ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail- App'r'O MARTIN COSTSLLO. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - $100,000. Geo. 8aot ....... President Geo. K Cakru. .... Vice- President R. W. Wood Cashier Will Transact a General Banking Business Eiuunie, Receive Depositt, Collections made J. V. VICKEBS FBEMONT ST REAL ESTATE, MINES, MONEY AND INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented. MINES Bought. Sold, and Managed. MONEY Loans Negotiated, and InresttrcnH ma...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

9XZ ""srr-csr ma Miami m Bjumnnih "" ' I J I T HI fwV f SJSgMHM -" " - j :--tj'am"Ba-,3lrSssssssaaa'.1 T7, rjWesTflerrsTTTTfrmeere'reii an nan n?s n & TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Scxtjay Einrnr) BT S. C. BIGG. Editor and Proprietor. MabscrlptloM Kalea. One Year 110 00 Six Months 6 00 Three, Months 3 00 On.Month. 100 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents par week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. PEOPLE'S TICKET. For President of Ihe United Sutes: JAMES B. WEAVER. For Vice President of the United Sutes. JAMES G. FIELD. For Delegate to Congress MARCUS A. SMITH. The Willcoi Stockman gives a very one-tided account ol the Democratic demonstration there, and belittles the affair. A rather peculiar action, to say ihe least, on the part ol a home paper. The present election law will be thoroughly understood after this fall. No trouble is anticipated hereafter un less the law be changed, which should not be done. The Australian ballot is here to stay and any monkeying with ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

B7" in "mi!iY '""" " ' '.C " " 5i!FiF5BBHWBiiJii--L-n''1 '"' rr lir'"r""" ' . '" t-H wmw Mif iiiimmiiuh. .mi ir'nnii'ij"'i"w"'"L- """ ' "" "" "f "'rr"la,'.".V..).- " JJ" """ - '" Timr-wmi i'11 ''"'m'igaffi,3ttBWilir!to"B - - m. "N&JH :, :r itf u 1 i "Ytdnttday't Daily. Mark Smith will speak at Flotence to-night. Two week from yesterday and the ton j will be over. Typhoid-malarial fever ha MTeral victim on ita string at present. A. Hughes, Oakland; H. Lauton, Phenix; Chas. Stevens, Sonora, are at the Cochise. The same battle is to be fought over again on Nov. Sth Statehood or anti-Statehood. The flags on the public buildings are at half mast out of respect to the memory of Mrs. Harrison. In the six days walking match at Chicago, which closed last night, Frank Hart was victorious. The members of the surveying corps on the new road south from Deming, have struck tor higher wages. "The Democrats and Populists of South Dakota have effected a fusion with an equal division of the offic...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

mmS ' r m ell m wm Ri It llonday't Daily Dick CUtk is reported much better this morning. J. W. Clark, Supt. o( the Uuacbuca Water Co., has returned from the cast Tho Sluttz troupe went to Uuacbu ca to-day, niter a successful run in Bisbee. O. C. Smith is back from the Hua chuca mountains, lie is in very poor health. The imports of specie for the wBek just ended were ?413,7SS, of which $252,530 were gold. The Republicans will have a ratifi cation meeting at Bisbee on the even ing of the 2Sth inst. A. J. Godfrey started off to-day on a trip to El Paso. Phenix and Los An geles to look around. A social dance given at Armory hall on Saturday night last was most high ly enjoyed by all present. .Mark Smith's ovation at Phenix on Saturday night was tho grandest affair that ever took place in Arizona. Sheriff Kelton is in Benson. He stopped over there on his way from Ynma, where he took Dan Shankland. T.H.Sutton, Los Angeles; H. Sul tan, San Francisco; George King, Louisville; C. K. Hayden, ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

I si i) - TOMBSTONE EPITAPH i'l'BUSIIKD KVERV St'.M) V 11 V S.C.IJAGQ KIBM-ltllTIIIV KATE Olio J ear ft 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 centa per month. OCTOBER, 30. 1892 Tho big steamship companies are preparing lor a big business during the World's Fair. They expect oer a half million people from Europe. The Pros ector is informed by a gentleman of undoubted veracity, who has just come from the northern counties, that MicVey Stewart will not carry his own town or connty. He is thought less of where he is best Lnown. The news comes from Iiiabee that "Jimmy the Kounder" lias sent a challenge to Mark Smith (o meet him in joint debate when he comes there noixt week. If Mark refuses to divide his t'me with him hei to be branded as a coward. This challenge business is getting to be quite the fad since Mickey Stewart set the fashion. The attempt to lure Mark Smith into following Mickey Stewart's circus around the country was treated by Mr. Smith wit...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

JfHWJMM v&MssiaBtitiUBifi&i sft. &m ; TDMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED XVKBY SfSDAY BY S.C.BaGQ Tbateae, Cecals Ceutr. Aiizssvi, MUD n TMt SOST OffKa U StOOWC-ClASS MSTTta, OCTOBER. 30, 1692. A vera for Stewart it one step back ward from the goal of statehood. A tots for Stewart is a vote for the federal ring at Tucion. Do you want your vote counted that way? A rsoJiiKkNT Republican of Tomb stone says that any resident of Cochise county who casts a vote for Mickey Stewart ought to be disfranchise'). Eveey county in Arizona, as far as heard from, shows a healthy increase in the number of votes over two years ago. This is a cause for congratula tion, as an opposite showing was pre dicted. Tub only great issue in the present campaign in Arizona s this, Shall we resolve ourselves on Nov. 8th into a private theatrical comedy company or step up onto the plane of reason and common sense? Mickey Stewart does not know whether the value of silver is $1.00 per ounce or $1.2929. Nice ma...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

aggsasx ygESS2S35BBggggg!ggxj3i& iwjwywwi' x-t vtFmftsm&en -taBBmw JW-TiP.iySt-Tfh, - , --am;: -TO- , J'-ffl.. ..JEr". , " , . w &"& . ' 'vya?'1"! "" lpf,",lBftjrtii'r 'j-HfiTTi1lar79Hji mm iu MHnmE: 3 .pBlllallBBBBBBV3,BBMBBBBBHnKrr3ft"" I It . fFF7 1 I TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City aad County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Excbtt Sunday) S. 0. BAbG. Editor and Proprietor. IKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oie Veu - - jio oo &u Months - - - - 6 oo Ou Month (Delivered by Carnal) - - l oo ADVERTISING RATES: Oae Square, one insertion - - - $2 00 tea subsequent insertion, per square - I 00 OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Ball. btarad ta ta.Tombatoa. PottoAc. aa sccnd slaaa matter. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. IS. II. KELLOGG, No. 310 Pine street. Room 57 and 58, San Francisco. E. C DKE, room 65. Merchant Ft change. San Franasco. GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce SL Ne fork. N. W. AYtR a. SON. Philadelphia. All transactions made by the above named persons will be compiled with at the PRO...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 October 1892

' WftMy-yw)! m TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OCTOBER, - - 29 1892 -j-EW MKXICe AntlZOXA K. M. (Padnc Time.) Noam Bound. Lr. 9.13 a. m. Ar. 9.54 " " II.IO ' " 1.26 p. m. " a.09 " " -54 " " -co " Station. South Boi'sn. .. Nogales...Ar. 1.07 p. in. ..Calabasas.. ' 12,36 ' ..Crittenden.. ' 11.10 a. m. ..Huachuca. .1 " 9.10 ' ..Fairbank... I ' 7.5s " .lonlanuon '43 ...Benson. ..iLr. 6.20 a. m. A atI03A HOl'THK.lNTER K IC raaficTimc.1 leave. Stations. rkhe. 9.30 s.n Fairbank. 8.15 am ao " Bisbee. noon Daily, ezctpt Sunday. Bin William, Supt. OOLTHEKX rACIKIC K. R. CO. (Pacific 11106.1 EAST BOUND. 405 a. m. loo a. m. ix.aop. m. ,'30 p. m. 8.10 a. m. BOUND. Ar.. Lr. ....Benson.. ...Ar. ....Tucson.... " ...Maricopa... " ....Yuma " .Los Angeles.. Ar. z.50 a. m. 3.40 a. m. 6 35 a. m, 12 aop. m. iaoop ro. fMixeJ trains, carrying passengers and freight, irmr at Benson, east bound, at a 15 p. m. : vest bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time 1 one hour oer than Tomb stone time. Mlgaatl HerTlce. Tho following is the...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 November 1892

wm . i"" " v "i:;i!a n ' m i '" i '' ,'' j. ' i """ i j ii i1 j"'"r" t!MiTffr rr - ui-"" r a "'"""" 'yqf' .jtrwMiM ' !' , THE EPITAPH omMirae It Issued every Sunday and contains all theneasof theaeeka it appears la the Daily Pkospmiok Ten Oeiitw it Copy. JSE ;25HSH5HSa3eSESH52SHS2S2S2, ITI VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1892 NO. 11 jTHE CAItfPAIGNl &9& 8 Will be a li.eljr one. The Epitaph (n 11 JQ will gie all the netand nillbesent jjj Ml Biff Ll to any address for n WkW' IL fc Tln-ee rontliH for $1 R v5 fpitapl). ES HI I! BR & fit ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. For IM-Oold Beer on Draught THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL AMXUSER BUSCH BEKWIKO ASSO CIATION. Or ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail- App'TIO MARTIN COSTSLLO. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - $100,000. Geo. Baseot President Go. H Caxxel .... Vice-President R. W. Wood Cashier Will Transact a General Banking Business, Eicaanre. Receive Deposits. Collections made J. V. VICKERS FREMONT 8T HEAL EST...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 November 1892

7 rfflliiKill m Z'Z Hi ! ' Uonday't Daily ' C. 8. Fly and N. N. Miller bagged 13 ducks on the river yesterday. 8. B. Delong csme in to-day from Dos Cabezas. The Republicans will have a rally at St. David to-morrow and at Benson on the 3d. Harried In Tombstone, Nov. 29. by the Kev. C. K. Nugent, C. W. Mel Yin to Miss Maud Colbatb. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baron returned to-day from their trip to California. Mrs. Baron has quite reco.vered her health. As soon as the survey is completed, Fort Cummings will toe offered for sale as it has been abandoned by the government. Patents for the New York, Cumber land and Goddard mining claim at Bisbee have been received for record at the recorder's office. Gus Hickey and Al Sianiger return ed to Bisbee from their Soior trip on Saturday. The boys have seme "fine looking rock" and obsidian. Granville Johnston and family hae gene to San Francisco to be absent a short time. A paper on the door of his office says he will be back in time to vote. A. Rosselti,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 November 1892

""w '""' '""""" """"""w ""-- '"""-u lu 4-j -i -t J,Jgw.r .. , -, , - i i a. """, " " ' """ "' i . .TM. y,vi i ,, , ,, ...j., M - ' " - - ., TOMBSTONE EPITAPH L'UBUSHKD KVEKY BCSBAY BY S.C.BiGG MB-tCKlrriUf MATEH Onejeu. $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delitered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. NOVEMBER, 2, 1S92 "i pledge mytelf here and note, and ttake my life at a forfeit, that that con stitution at now framed, thall nerer be come a lata if I am elected to congrett." W. G. STEWART, in hia Tucson speech. The railroad from Deming to Fair bank will pass through Tombstone. If anyone should reflect upon the honesty of John Montgomery the Prospector will be as eager to take op the matter as it is for Mr. Scribner. Let this infernal business stop before it goes any further. An order has been received by the Mexican custom house officials at Las Falomas, from the Secretary of the Interior at the City of Mexico, to ad mit free all construction material for th Deming-Mexico r...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 November 1892

J iiVV ""-i "tn n mil f n hi i nwrfaaciw 'vnWTWw. '" f l TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER, 1892 JIKW MKX.1CO A AMIZOXA K. K. (Pacific Time.) NoithBocku Station. ISoutii Bound. Lt. 9.1a a. m. Ar. 9.54 " " 11.10 " " 1.36 p. m. " 3.09 " " " 4-QQ " ,. Nogales... ..Calaoasas.. Crittenden.. ..Huachuca. , ..Fairbank... .Contention . ...Benson. . Ar. 1.07 p. m. 12.24 " ' 11.10 a. m. 9.10 M ,:: ?:! :: Lv. 6.20 a. m. A K1ZBJJA HOITTHKAMTKRSI M. It I Pacific Tune. Stations, 9.308.10 .30 " I .Fairbank. 8.15am ..rasoee (laoonp Daily, except Sunday. Ben Williams, Supt. COtlTHEKX PACIFIC K. K. CO. (Pacific Tiroe.1 tast kocnd. ! WEST ! BOUND. 405 a. m. 3.00 a. m. 11.30 p. m. 30 p. m. B30a.n1 Ar. ....Benson. ....Tucson, ...Ar. 1.50 a, n. 3.40 a. m. 635 a. ro. 12 ao p. ra. 10.00 p m. ...Maricopa... ' ....Yuma Lv...Los Anreles..Ar. Mixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive' at Benson, east .bound, at 2.15 p. m.; est bound 6.30 a. tn. PacWc time m one hour outer than Tomb stone time. rho lollo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 November 1892

t'& '?;: " T33yT?-C- SMMMi 1-- ft ?W "" "'" ' iSHsasaaesasrHSHSHi TEffi - EIXT-AJPH. It issued esery Sunday and contains all the news of thek as it appears In the Daily Prospector. rr j ". .a. n v-in ii jopy. w 5SSHSH5BSHSasrEJEEHaffH5HSE5HSE VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1892 NO. 12 "2 -"L'jwSEiS";u.'v" ZJZjr.rT' "m 'nf"Ti;rrwrii?Bg'!'jLirl'jiag '"' ""''- s nsafiHas the campaign fe W W 1-,1 w g Ifff jtontftltom fptajilJ. EDITION. I See that Cochise standi by her fav- orit ion this year Kith 600 majority, A vote far Stewart is a vote to lees en Mark Smith's majority. Don't do it. Vote (or Smith and then come in en the big ratification meeting Wed nesday night. Some one offers the suggestion that Adjutant General Brown, who lan guishes in jail at Tucson (or contempt n( court, should call out the militia. Mask Smith has an interest in sil ver. He is a heavy mine owner. Mickey Stewart does not know the first thing about the silver question and has no...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 November 1892

55nSr,uinS TVW ae 7 i-iijiua ,l 'a- S H t tsar. ( '5 f TXIBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERT SCNDAVBV S.C.BlGO Tombstone. Cechlae CoantT. Altos. KTMI m Tx KMT tml U tCOaS-ClAM IBItt NOVEMBER. - - 6, 1692. The city officers elected en Nov. 8th will take their (eats during the pre nt month; the county officers will take their seats on January 1st, News from Austin says that all three parti's are claiming a sure thing in the coming election in Texas, and betting on the result is even. Every member of the present board o! supervisors is running (or office. How will it be about canvassing the voteT Can candidates canvass the re turns on their own election t At a meeting ol the unemployed at London yesterday, a resolution was passed deslarine that the municipal government should furnish all idle men with work, or give them food. Minnesota will cast 2S0.O0O votes at the coming election, against 262,000 in 1889, the increase" being in te large cities. The different parties claim the state by s...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 November 1892

c i- .. un mi'" rr tnriTT,-rffi"nr nr " I tHH - ' '"- , zirM r tmr WMk :! r r. REPUBLICANS. Candidates oh the Republican Ticket Who Will be Voted for Next Tuesday. JAKE liOUMAX, The candidate for sheriff on the Re publican ticket, ii a man well known in lint section of the country, where he baa lived for many years. He is 11 years of age, He haa called BUbee bis home for several years past. He fol lowed the occupation of teamster dar ing much of his time, but of late years has been a peace officer. He is at present constable of BUbee pre cinct and also deputy sheriff. He has made a good officer and has never flinched when called upon to do his duty. JOHN MONTGOMERY. Mr. Montgomery is the nominee for county treasurer. He is at present a supervisor, a position to which be was elected four years ago. He also served a term several years ago in the same capacity. He has for ten years past been the proprietor of the O. K. BtaMes. He has filled the office of supervisor with satisfaction to...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 November 1892

SL,jH 1 .?S.g! . , H3sV ?? yw:.- z-! - l lv " p r i "i--- 'J"" $3P"r :' - -ysfv-s TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER, - 5 1892 JTW MHIC9 A AK1KOXA K. K. (Pacific Time.) Noktii Bound. Lt. 9.12 a. m. " 11.10 " 1.36 rx m. xoj " a-S4 " " 4.00 Station. South Bound. .. Nogal...iAr. 1.07 p. m. ..Caiabosas.. .6 ..Cntlenden.. ' 11.10 a. m. ..Haachuca. .1 9.10 i( ..Fairbank.. J 7.55 .Contention .' 7.43 ...Benson. . 'Lr. 6.o a. m. 1KMMA MOITHKAHTKHX K K faciSc Time. Stations, 9.30 a. ml hairtonk. 18.15 am lasbee Itaoonp Daily, except Sunday,' Bex Williams, Supt. CBITTHEKS PACIFIC K. K. CO. Pacific Time.1 EAST 3 BOUXD. 4.05 a. m. a.00 a. m. u.aop. m. 3op. m. 8.30 a. m. WEST BOUKD. Ar. Benson.. ...Ar.! 1.50 a.m. ' Tucson.... j 3.40a. m. ....Maricopa... ! 635a.ro, ' Yuma " Ii2.3op.in. Lt...Los Angeles. .Ar.l10.00 p. m. fSTMuced trains, carrying passengers and freight, amvr- at Benson, east bound, at 2 15 p. m. ; west bound 6.30 a. rn. Pacific time is one hour nwer than Tomb stone time. KlKxsal Mei-Tlc...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 November 1892

k A I l &?t K m Uf Eft W If I aSslSsSSBBSK: ST. LOUIS BEERHAtL For lee-Gold Boer on Draught mm THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL AJTHXUSER. BUSCH BREWING ASSO CIATION, OF ST. IOU1S MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail App'T 0 atARTIM C03TELLO. Bank of Tombstone Capital - $100,000. Ceo. Bareot Gt-j. H Camel R. W. Wood - ... President . Vice-President . . . . Cashier MKatCSaaYNIMMK. PiONEERSTORE Cor. Stk and Fremoat Sts, JOE HOEFLER - PROF'R -oiiui at - General Merchandise. MINERS'! and RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty- AUBMT rOB IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And the (Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TINTS. WAOOS OOVXBS. Buckeye Force-Pumo. Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Hand. mrTll MUST PACK UP. Will Transact a General Banking Business, Ecoaue. Recewe Deposits. Collections made J. V. VICKERS FREMONT ST REAL ESTATE, MINES, MONEY AND INSURANCE REAL, ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented. MINES Bought, Sold, and Managed. MONEY loans Negotiated, and InTCJUntnts INSURANCE Fire. Accident and ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 November 1892

377 fie e 'scxmii; Monday' t Daily Lou Cooley, one of old timers, U in town. Fresh Bird Seed at Miller' Drug Store. Go and bear Hark Smith to-night at Schieffelin Hall. Revs. Menaul and Nugent went to Bisbee this morning. A Republican ramp fire is announ ced for to-nigbt at Fitts' old store. Mellin's Baby Food at Mnxu'a Drug Store. A dispatch from Des Moines, Iowa ays tbe outlook for democracy in that state is bright. A new meat market has been started next to Costello's cold storage rooms on Fremont street. Don't forget the great democratic meeting tonight at Schieffelin hall. It will be ix boomer. Tbe president has issued a proclam ation setting apart Thursday, the 34th, as a day of thanksgiving. Twelve hundred deputy United States marshals have been sworn in in New York to do duty next Tuesday. Tbe contest for the county treasur ership seem to have narrowed down to M. 1. Scribner and V. II. Stilwell. The average shipments of currency by the United States treasury during the past ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 November 1892

BK - w- ?. It.' - B- E A t iv V l :' Lit m- m r- i i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH 'UUUSIIKD KYERV SUNDAY BY S.C.liAGQ rKMKirriex hates One year WOO Six months 2 50 delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. .NOVEMBER, 9, 1892 Win. J Campbell, who has charge of the western branzh of the republi can national committee, located at Chicago, says he is confident that Illinois and Wisconsin will go repub lican. An estimate of the number of elec toral rotes that each party is sure to get, tent out by the Associated Press Saturday night, is as follows: Repub lican, 1S2: democratic 127; people's party 2; doubtful, 125. Sixteen states will elect legislatures which in turn elect U. S. senators. These sixteen states will elect senators to succeed republicans and right states will elect legislature to elect senators to succeed retiring democratic mem bers. For devoting so much space to W. II. Stilwell this etening the Prospect or begs the indulgence of its subscrib ers. When honor...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 November 1892

. i i nrtfclMB"ftT- rgi.TT !! ' IMMHiaaaiiHMH hiii - t. -3sr''&Z J-JSI o -?. -4; .11, r. .-r 1 j SI il II- ,1 VST" m ,-? TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER, - 0 1892 VW MIUKICO ABIZOXA . K. (Pacific Time.) NOKTIt BOUND. Statios. South Uousn. Lt. 9.1a a, m. Ar. 954 " 11.10 ' 1.36 p. m. " 3.09 " " a.54 " " 4 00 " .. Nogles...(Ar. 1 07 p. m. ..Calabasas.. ' 12.36 ' ..Crittenden.. 11.10 a. m. ..Huachuca. .. 0.10 ..Failbank... 755 " Aontcntton .' ' 7.43 ...Benson. . 'Lt. 6.20 a. hl KIMXA 4 HOl'THIUMTKRSI K It Pacific Time. 9w30a.n1... ....Fairbanlc... hisbee. S.K1111 .30 13 oon'p Daily, except Sunday.' Ben Williams, Supt. DOrTHEHX PACIFIC K. Pacific Time. R. CO. WEST HOUND. Ar. Benson..... Ar.) 1.50 a, ra. " .....Tucson ... ' 340 a. m. ' .... Mancopa. . ' 1 6 33 a. m, " Yuma " In 30p.m. Ly...Los Aneles..Ar 'igoop m. gMued trains, carrying passengers and freight, irmr at Benson, east bound, at 3 15 p. m. ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific tune is one hour ower than Tomb stone time. M(Bal MerT...

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