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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 December 1892

aSaaaaaaalMtatf rv f rS9-J,,,ras3Sl,r S P &- K ir t mubsfmir J, it V'EEVXV TOMBSTONE EriTAPfl e all the nesand illbsenl f address br n u "- aii-e montiu i !Sa52S2S2SHS2SH52SE EDITI FuumnmiiHimmiuik a the: - EIITJEM fl) n) Stui-Y "j will ge all the nesand illbsenl U In to any address (or J Bl H y mELv I lor XflS.1. y ON. b0 C..I5I l"-l'-IMIIM-11 issss . r-- l" tl - VOL XV TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City aad County Official f aper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (ExiLrr simu S. c. BAUG. Editor and Proprietor. tEKMs OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Year ... - iiw o Six Months - - - 6 oo Oat Moats (Delivered by Camer) - - i oo ADVERTISING RATES: ne Square, one raseruoa - - $3 oo ach subsequent Insertion, per square t oo : o.: OFFICE: rnaaot St.. Opposite City Hall. Katarad tn taa ToBbatona Poaioffleeaa aacoad ilaao matter. AUTHORIZED A ENTS. li. 11. KELLOGG, No. 310 Pine street. Room 57 and 58, San Francisco. E. C DAKE. room 65. Merchant Exchange. San Francisco. GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce St. New fork. N. W. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 December 1892

!i , u "--'y mmmmuimtmh en , ir i .Front Monday's Daily. W. C. Green's autograph is on the Palace register. The Can Can corner is adorned with a row of Christmas trees. Pay your taxes to-night or forever after hold your peace. N. A. Giltnan, county assessor, is at the Palace. Bishop Kendnck and family will take up their residence in Phoenix. The mountains are capped with now on all sides. The stage was loaded with passen ger! to-day. P. B. Solo, of Willcox, W over from that town a business. G.W. Bryan, Benson, ana Miss Jen nie Craig, Bowie, are registered at the San Jose. The railroad commission will have a meeting to-night at the Palace ho tel. The thermometer registered lfi' at Tucson n few nights ago. It has not been colder than 20? at Tombstone. W. C. Green and Mr. Ridley, C. E., returned yesterday from a trip up into the San Jose mountains. Scott White and J. W. Bryan were passengers on the incoming coach to day. M. Elsasar, Denver; E. Altrom, Kansas City, and C Allen and wife ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 December 1892

-.,.. '.N.i.u'UCf.ii!1'" "' w ' '" yf:vA.pn''''- w- J ir fc Ll.i - . I TOMBSTONE EPITAPH t'CBUSHKOKVERVSUSllAYDVS.C.BAOQ klBlMTUII-TlOX BATES Oneyoar MOO 6ix months 2 50 IVlircreil by carrier to any part of ibe city tor 35 cents per month. Gov. M'jBriiY is in Washington doing all in his power for the advance ment of Arizona aid statehood. The contract for caring for the indi gent sick of I'inal county has just been let for $1 CO per day per patient. The last session of the monetary conference ill be held next Thurs day. Thk French goernment is still hammering away on the Panam.i canal im estimation. It is said that Cleeland is in faior of holding an extra sreeion of con gress to deal with the tariff question. Foster, the Missouri weather proph et, predicted the prcent storm, and predicts another one between the 0th and 25th. Tiie question which agitates the re ligiouj world at present is whether James G. Blaine is a Republican or a Catholic. Let us pray that he may renounce the form...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 December 1892

I IP IX -- t h Y ': 'TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR DECEMBER SI 1892 J-KW MKXICO ASUZOXA B. K. (Pacific Time.) Noun Bound. Station. South Hound. Lv. 9.ia a. m. ' 1.16 p. ra. " a.09 " .. Nogales. ., . .Calaraus. . ..Cnttraden. ..Huachuca. , ..Fait bank.. .Contention . I.07 X IB. ij.6 si.10 a. m. 9.10 " US " 7.43 " 6.50 a. m. . . . Benson . 'Lr. v 4 mix a moi'tnk t-Tr.n m m leave. Stations, mckiye. v33S.m Tairbank. 8.15am Sao ..........Hisbee. ..... 12 oon'p !yt tZCfpt Suruiay. BSX WILLIAMS. Supt. COCTHCU rACIFIC K. R. CO. (Pacific Tiroe.1 EAST BOUND. t WEST t BOUND. 4.05 a. m a.00 a. m. il.aop. m. 3P- m. 8.30 a. m. Ar. Benson.... .Ar. 7.50 p.m. " Tucson.... j 945p. ra. ' .. .Mancopa. . " 1350 a. m. " Yuma " 1 630a. m. Lt...Los Anreles..Ar j 4.00 p m. aVMixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at 3.15 p. m.: west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time U one hour slower thanTTomb tcn? cnf. WIsTMmI aierTl'. I'l'c Jollorrins it the rvne o! tht thermometer for the 24 hcur...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 December 1892

TJHE - EPITAPH OtttMfOtie Wednesdajs and Sundays, contains alt tbeeensof tbeveekas it appears In theDiiiv rorscToli. Ten. CentH it Copy. W.-t '32SHSHS25aSHSaH2ESSHS2SHS DITI VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1892 NO. 27 jgrKueT epitaph f3 ScuiAVsEkLT Tombstone nriTirti Cj U will gne all the news and will be sent fjj n to any tddms for nj H Tlaree XontliM for $$1 Cl SHS25spcI5Zc!H5Z5clS JJA4CIJJ!l 1. X TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official aper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCETT 8BSDAV) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. ::o-: IgRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Vear - - - - io oo Mi Months - - - 6 00 One Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - l oo ADVERTISING RATES: ue Square, one insertion - - - la oo ach nubsequent Insertion, per square - l oo OFFICE: foment St.. OpposiU CltT HaU. bui.1 tathoToaiMtoo Pooiooasa oono zltmt masur AUTHORIZED A ENTS. (. II. KEI.LOGO. No 310 Pine street. Room 57 and 58, San Francisco. E. C DAKE, room 6j. Merchant Exchange. San Fra...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 December 1892

m 4- h il Ft lr 1:5 irons Monday' Daily. Exercises at BUbec. The usw Library Hall reciv.il it Xrua bapti.m yesteriWy nJ, usual, crow lei lo ovrfl iwing. 1) n Luis says: "There'a no help for it , the company must either enlarge tlm present quarters or levy a high ttriff on hoy ami ptlt." The ilfcorittinij. consisting"! (.alms, bully and smitax en the walU anil a Rret bank of roe calla lilie', etc , on ilie rostrum, wer arranged under the direetinn of Mr-. William, and were a muuVl of cbasit and simple elegance. The eerci'Cs of the Sunday trknnl took the form of a recital ly rle the life ami work of the Saviour iut Matter, intersperiutl with niui.ic. Mr. Harris' cls t Id of the Saviour prom iteti. Mi. Sto' of ihepminiie fill filled. Mie Burr's cla Je-cnbcd tli ahepherds' iit toihe new Ixirn Sa viour, while the Misses VUtig ail Hughes' clas-es told of the i"i- of tin- wise men. Mrs. BrcLwilli and Mr Pritchanl' spoke of the liing an. glorified Christ, and M re. Stiles' cl closed by tell...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 December 1892

i " I . L I.I III ' I -' " --JmiMml I ft- TOMBSTONE EPITAPH .'UBU8MED K7EB.Y SCXD IY BY S.C.BaGO iriMltlmtT KATES One year Six months ."4 00 . 2 50 IMhereil by carrier to any part of the city tor 35 cents per month. The Jeffereonian Democratic club ol Yuma has endorsed L. C. Hughes (or guiernnr. It might be in place at the present time to call attention to the fact that the San Franci-co Examiner is as un reliable a paper as is published on the coast. Those who started for the gold fields on the strength of its "special dispatches" probably fully realize this fact. Ir we are to liao free coinage lei :'r!T!i be coined into American dollar. II we are to treat siher as a commodity let a duty be placed on it as on other commodities. Instead of repealing the Sherman law let it be amended to cot er ihe American product only. The sentence passed upon R. C Brown and G. W. Brown by JihIk Sloan was probably not unexpected In the defendants, and is certainly to be regretted by the entire press...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 December 1892

& ' f kJ ju f 'A W IB! A? 0 IV. 1 r .TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR DECEMBER - 28 1892 . ,vtkw jtttxtco abizoxa m. h. (Pacific Time.) Nobth Bouna Station. Sooth Bovsa Lv. 9t2 a. m. Ar. 9,54 " 11.10 i.6 p. m a.09 .. tJ4 .. " a CO " .. No-rales... Ar. x 07 p. m. ..Calasasas.. j 12.36 " ..Crittenden.. 11.10 a. m. ..Huachuca, . ' 9.S0 " ..Fairbar-k.. " 7 SS " .1 oattnuon " 7.43 " ...Benion. . Lv. 6.ao a. m. . i UMXA MVTBMHnB K B (Pacific Time.) liavx. Stations. arkim. 5.3C9.r" .... Falrhank. 8.ium t ao " I.......... rlishee. laoon'r Datty, eicft Sunday. Ben Wiluaxs, Supt. OaCTaiEKJI PACIFIC K. B. CO. Paafic Time.') 'bo'osd. stations. 4 05 &. m r...... Benson..... Ar 7 50 p.m. 2.00a.m. " Tuoon,... " 945p.m. Ii.ftop m. " ....Mincopa... 1350 a.m. V30p.n1. Yum. ... 620a.m. 8.30a.m. Lv...Los Angeles.. Ar.; 4.00 p ra. AMixeti trains, carrying p-usengers and trtlgtit, arrtTr at Benson, cat bound, at a, 15 p. m. ; wt boani 6 30 a. m. Pacific time is ont hour slower than Tomb stone urae. Klffval H...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 January 1893

HJU iNj'iiygi Wa1wnB9snssMrSBSBsHn SCSMVb ' S THE - EJPIT.AII1 S - I THE - EPITAPH Wednesdays and Sunday, contains all n thenewsof the veckas it appears in Qj the Daily I rosrscTot S Ten JentH a Copy, a omhslom1 Scmi-Weeklt Tombstone Epitaph will k all the ncasand aibbesent to any address 'or tf H Three Months loi $11 SaSESESESHSSSSSSSI ITI VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1893. NO. 28 AjiWiiiiii ?- " ; t . ; : r v T W 1 1 j . it' TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR fity aad Coaaty Official .per PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Excsrr Sdhday) By - S. C. BAUG. Editor and Proprietor. ltRU: OF sUlteCRIPTlON: I Ojc Year ... . lo oo Sis Months - - - 6 oo Ooa Monio (Delivered bjr Carrier) - - I oo AUVKKll.-ilNti KAltUs: ne Nuare, one insertton . . - $a oo ach ubsn)uent insertion, per square i oo OFFICE: lament St.. OppoelU City Hall. Ifiateead la the Tatebatoaa Pj eflae M aerod UaaematSM AUTHORIZED A -NTS. (i. H. KrJI.LOvlii. No. 310 Pine street. Room 57 and 58, an Francisco. E. C DV...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 January 1893

J u & t X 3 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED KTEBY SCSI DAY BY S.C.BaGQ Temtetone.CochlM Conntr. Arizona, SSTISCS W TM4 SOST 0"ICS M SICO0-ClAS tuTTI. Supreme Just'ce Sliarpstcin, of Cal ifomU, is deaJ. The United States court of appeal, tbe highest court in ptnt ca-e, has rendered a deci-ion sustaining the Na tional Cash kegister company's patent on the aulninatic ca-h drawer, ami awarding a decree against the Aineri can Cah KcgUler Co. THK El Paso Bullion truly e lliist, the silver issue is simple in itself, and it it appears ilitCi-ult to the atrrugr reader it is because it has been de veloped by the art ol the politician with cunning sophistry and needless technicality furili ititent and purpose of rendering it uiuntelligtolu to the general thinkr-r. A sew law, approttd last February, maVes it a misdemeanor to print a representation of coin or currenet ef the Uni'ed Slates or to have in poes ion a die. plate or cut Ire in vvhirh uch an impression can be made. It ha been a wide!)...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 January 1893

MBMJJJJJJJJJJMBBMMMMBBMBMWIIBIMPIBIiM.,.. -g-.aaf,MW im, , ' l.iJai-wiiiuiwwii"Ml' . I V..- r, " -t A. '': JVotn Thurtltl't Oi' t Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Chejney are In Tucson. Parson Carlisle, of the Congrega tional church of Tuceon, has resigned. Bam Webb U sick with pneumonia at Tempe. George Melcalf is spending holiday week at his ranch in lUmt-ey canvon. Tom Mnnier will take hi departure . for Los Augeies ihe first part of next week. The little con of Andy Smith, who hfb beeu very ill, is on the mend today. Capt. Burn, Willcox, J. Whitcomb, New York, and J. F. McDenni, Tu lare, are at the Palace. Tom Whitehead will reenter the restaurant business at liiebee the first of the new ear. The 1'KosrECToa force return: thanks to ladit-g of the Prer-byterian church for a. bountiful supply of bricks from Santa Clans' chimney. Judge SI, ihm's barn in final county was burned on Christina, which with its contents wan valued at $12,000. Not a very acceptable Christmas present. Catpentor Wat's le...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 January 1893

.B fr ft ,1 ra I id j If ;l TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR DECEMBER - - 31 1892 vew atcxice abixoxa k. h. (Paofic Time.) Noith BocMa Station. South Bound. Lv. 9.1a a. ra. Z 54 '.. " II.ID " " l.4 p. m aoo " " o .. Nogales... Ar. I 07 p. ra. ia.6 " ..lata aaj.. ..Cntfrden.. ..rlutchuca. ..Fairbaek... .1 ontcntion . ...Benson. .. " 11.10 . m. 9.10 " " Ill " Lv. 6.ao a. m. KKMA MOVTHRAMTKKM K M f Pacific Time. uavl Stations. arsive. ?.33s.r- FvrV 8.15am 4.o " HisVe. lanon'p Daily, excpt Sunday. Bkx WlLUAMg, 8upt. OnCTHHX PAC'triC K. U.'CO. (Pacific Time.1 EAST SOCND. west BOUND 405 a. m aoo a. m n.aep m 3p. ra 8.30a. m. r. Benson Ar. " Tiicon.... .. ..Uncopa... ' Vumi. ... ' Lt. .I.os AnreW..Ar 7 So p.m gaSP-ia-1 17 50 a tn 6 ao a. m a.fO p m JSTMuyd trains. carrrieg p-turngers and freight, amve at Benson, ea t bound, at 9.15 p. m.; .est bouai 6.30 a. ra. Pacific timeU one hoar slower than'Tomb stone time. Mlarmal Her T Ice. fh following if the range of the thermometer lor the 34 hcnra ending S ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 January 1893

Y ir Br !; I k' mi J? r : ? m , a .N r ?r- c V I K r ' r 1 r it, f TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City aad Comity Official per PUBLISHED EVEBY EVENING (Exckpt Sunday) S. C. BAliG. Editor and Proprietor. IKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oa Year - Six Month! - , - On MontB (Delivered by Carrier) - ADVKKTlslNO RATES: tte Square. ons insertion -aca subsequent insertion, per square ::o.: OFFICE: $10 ao 6 oo . t oo S3 OO 1 OO mnl St.. OppestU Pity Eatarwl lata roostoos p.aoffls.s slM msttsc ATJTHr"'r- . ENTS. U. H. KLM.l-OGO. No. jio Pine stmt. Room 57 and 58, san Francisco. E. C DXKE, room 65. Merchant Exchange. San Franaco. GEO. . ROWELL. 10 Spruce St. Ne fork. N. W. AVER 4 SO -J. Pailarte'phia, AU triniictum mile by tbe ab .ve noned persons will tK comp led with At the PRtte- pecroRorH KlaC SOLOMON lOOCt NO. S. F. A. ki ll Mf ErS THE THIRD SATUK--lrr day in each month at Masonic Kll jj 7x All Visiting Brothers in good standin. v-vx are invited to attend. Special nvei r when the flag is hoisted on the Halt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 January 1893

1 1 i.j i ninii.iii.i r 'ninni . isfJ 7 Et a pit 1 f- TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED KTEBV SCSDAV BY S.C.BACO Tombstone. Cothl? CoutT. Arizona. carcass w TNt nt ami m scomb-ciam mattul It it to be regretted lint any mis understanding should have taken pUce in the board of superiors' room today regarding the organiza tion. Mr. White was actuated by no personal motive in changing hi mind to hoM the position of super is or lo that of sheriff, and if lie prefer to do to it is hard to see why he ha not that pmilege. It may have been a gloat disappointment to boih Mr Ham and Mr. Bryan and their friend' but after the little feeling horn li worn off it will be seen tliat no harm has been done. Mr. White was no actuated by a desire to serve himself, but those wlmelrcU-d him totheoffic of .p.-rvi.cr II w to ho hoped t!i.tt the breach may be speedily closed and the members of the board understand each other and dwell in harmony. X Cholera Scare. A reported outbreak of cholera at -Helinetta, N. J...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 January 1893

B . ;x P-.'-v z- V a ' ) i ' s From Tutidav't Daily. Miss Maggie Edmonds has n-iened a oiilliaerjr (lore iu Uisbee. Try Hoefler's Oregon Burbank IV t.toea, he finest of th? season. J. M. Nichols, (Napa NirlO has gone to phenix to locate for the win ter. J. V. Vickera and wife returned on Sunday from Los Argeles, where they spent a fortnight mint pleasantly. Benton M-tbodits had a Christ ma tree on Sunday at which a Urge number of people wt-re present and a most enjoyable time was spent. C. W. Pugli made a dying trip to Tnml-stone on Sunday. Mr. Pugh is like the rt-st of new pup r men mak ing a early round up of his subsciil ers. A. J. Godfry has ilispose t of hi Allen itrve' property to M-tniu Cos tello for 2.K3 It includes the build ing where the. Pony saliKin stands anil the two store buildings a'xve. Mr. Godfry Hill pmhalily - to Phenix. Thomas Mmiier the recipient of a farewell leiiinioni.il by his friends hi the raw hide club room on Siimla night that was a mn-t enjoyable tiff ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 January 1893

1 . ' "" 'l'--'.- y?V' """""igf yiJHI .. r TOMiiSTOXR PROSPECTOR JANUAKY 4 1892 Wiw MKXiee ASUXOXA (Pacific Time.) Noith Bouxa Station. South Bound. L. 9.1a a. m. Ar. j " ILIO " ' l.s6 PC tO- " S.09 " $4 " " 4-OQ " .. Nnfalei.. ,.Ca!a u. .Crttfrden, ..Hiucliuca, Ar. i 07 p. m. " IS.J6 " ' 11.10 ft. m. 9 to III " Lt. 6.30 ft. m. ..Falitawk... .(.onteauoa ...Benson. 1 BUMA MVTaUMTIH K H f Pacific Time. leave. Stations. muc. 930." .Fairbaak.. ....... 8.15ftm o " Hithee. isoon'p Daily, ezcpt Sunday. Bex Williams, Supt. CioraEBi fACIr'IC K. B. CO. I Pacific Time.1 EST SOC.ND. Wf.ST sou id 405 ft. m aooa. m xi.sop m Vjop. m 8.30 a. m. ....Bensttn ....Ar ,...Tucoti.... " ...Manco,... ....Vumi. ... ' .ts Aneeto .Ar 7-50 P.n 94SP-m.. i 50 4 ra 6 L m .o p m I.. SSeMited trains, carrying ptuengers anr frog-tit. tw at Benson. ra-t bound, at 3.15 p. m. ; west bound 6 30 ft. m. Pacific time i one hoar slower than'Tomb stone time. MlstsssW erTlCfti fhe following ii the rang of the thermoneter (or ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 January 1893

THE EPITAPH THE EPITAPH wabMtm Wednesdays and Sondayf . contains all the news of the eek as it appears in theDtlLY Faokr'CTos. Sk.UlAVlk.kLY l"0BSTOX EriTAm will gie all the news and uillbescnt, to any address for Ten OentK Copy. 25HS2SH5HS2SHSB51 S2 ITI fpttaw. mJW E. v VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1893. NO. 30 i tvfr Pi TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City aad Comity Official r a per ! PUBLISHED EVERY EVENT vn' (Exckit Sunday) S. C. BAiiG. Editor and Proprietor. ( triKVlM OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae teal - - - - '" Mv Month. - " Uk !..nlh llfc-Wred l) Carrier) - - I OIVhK IIMNti KATES .- .H'lAl. '!- liw-TtK.n - - - S- .11 .viS4 tent insertion per 'quarr - i OFFICE: rraaont St.. Opposite Ctty Malt. KnUred ta U ToiubMona Pjaioflloaaa cva Jaae mattes. ACTHOBIZED A ENTS. t! IL. KEI.IXXXJ. No. 310 line street. Koom 57 and 58, ban Francisco. E. C DAKE, room 63. Merchant Exchange. San Francuco. GEO. P. ROWFJ.L. so bpruce St New fork. N. W. AVER SOS. Philadelphia. All trtntt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 January 1893

it I 1 if li K a l I lj; 'n Rl f) 6 H t 1 6 i V fSiij M IU TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Published bveky Sunday by S.C.Bacq TomkeUM.Cackiae CoOBtT. ArizoB. tTtU M TN SOST OmCf U MCO.D-CIASS UTTIB. Tut .Nogales Ailwrtiser has been enlarged to a C column paper. Till speaVs well for the border city. Soke new developments were brought to light today that will male iutere.tinj literature (or the future history of Cocliise county, anil it does not concern the Republican part either. Those horrid republican! are en deavoring to capture the .National aenate at Washington. Cochise count ii not the only prize they are alter Our board of supervisors should pass a irauiuticn of sympathy with their democratic brethern at Washington. Tue board of aupertiiori ahould offer a reward of $500 for the appre hension of Kid. The cut threat i now without a doubt on Cochise county soil, and should he commit any depredations the county could not be blamed for doing ita utmost t apprehend him. It is a strange coinciden...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 January 1893

"" TfB-r -- , lh '0 y m&: from TV.urscfnv' Vailv. The city council will meet lo-nighl in regular session. Ed Schiefielin id iu Tucson, (till register from Tombstone. He It. C. Kettlewcll came up from Son era, last night. He went to J3itl.ce this morning. There it a general complaint in Mexico of the scarcity of skilled labor, especially among mine operators. Chat, Earle, who hat been on a visit to liia couain, Frank Earl left to-day for Grand ltapids, Michigan, which city be call home. The year opens with Mexico' finan cial situation dependent on tlio future of silver. Railroad earnings have showed an increase during the year past. Thomas Monier look his departure Uwlay for San Dirgo where he will he located i.idetinately. He was the re cipient of three hearty cheers and a tiger as the stage drove off. It is said in Washington among members of Congress that the con dition of the tre-sury will make it absolutely imperative that an extra eestiun of Congress be held early in the sp...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 January 1893

V TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANUARY. - 7 1892 "VTEty aMice ABIZOXA K. K. (Pacific Time.) Norm Bocnd.1 Station. South Bochd. Lv. 9.11 a. m. Ar. .J4 " II.IO " 3" t.e6 P. nt fc a.09 " S4 " " 4.00 " .. Nogas...Ar. 1.07 p. ..Cntlsrjden..' " 11.10 a. m. Ilujrlmca. . ..Fait bank.. J 9.10 7 55 ,t onttnuon 7.43 ..Benson. . !Lt. 6.30 a. m. A HIX9XA A. OrTUEAHTKR K R fPaaficTtrot leave. Stations. akkivx. 9.30s. m F&irbanlu 8.15am o " Hibg... iiftoa'p 'Daily, Ji:pl Snutiay. BkM WlLLlAUk, Mipt !OlTUEI( fAl'lsVlC Pacific Time. K. K. CO. EAST BOUND. WE&T BOUMD 4.CS a. m a.00 a. m XI. sop m 30p.n1 I30a.n1. r. Benson. . . . . Ar. M Tucoa.... " " ....Mancopa... " Yum. ... Lr. .Los Anceles..Ar 7.50 p. m 945P- ra ta 50 m 6 20 a. m 4 oop m ACMiieii train t. carrying fussragera and freight, arnvr at Benson, east bound, at 3.15 p. in.; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time U one hour slower thanTomb stoce time. miBrmml Service. The following U the range ol the thermometer for the 24 hcnm ndins. S o'clock ...

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