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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 February 1893

rStMMHi THE - EPITAPH - EPITAPH. Omfattmie StUl-WttKLY TOMBSTONE EriTAfrl ill give all the news and will be s? nt lo any address for Wednesdays and Sunday', contains all thenesofthe week as it appears in the IHlt.T PtOTSCTOK. 3 Tlireo MontliM lor !rf 1 Ten Jonts n. Copy Sa5BSH5rISKSaSE3aB25H5SSZS S252S5SHSHSHS5SH5 E. ID 3C "JF S O 3ff flTHE mtum i -. v i a j ? -. Ki l T I - . -9- VOL XV wimii iTTi"rrrnrmn T0MBST0NK PUGSPKCTOR I City ami Cvuiily Ollis-inl ape v PUllMSiLED EVERY EVENING (Exor.rr Sunday) S. C. IUhG. Editor ami Fro&rietor. OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Mall. Entered tn tfae T.obtoii PiHiofaee m seecna 31.M mattst . r.r.Z S3102I3H L03SC N3. S.F.iA M. .1 MEETS THE THIKD SATUK. . . - day in each month at Masonic HalL "2 All Visiting Brothers in good standing ' r it invited to attend. pecial ra -et injs w'imi the flag is hoisted on the Halt A. L. Geo-.. W. M. W. C. Read, Sec. , R. A. M ft STATED MEETING OS THE 4f V1 third WeJnevlsy of each month in Ma- nx HalL Noti...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 February 1893

- 'i-irttTTTri - ' -""' "' ' "", " '1 "" " '"" &gap :, til i""MM-- -------iiMi-i 7 I fwi a 3 It 3? I I5w 1I 5 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PCBUEHED KVEBY SCNDAY BY S.C.BACa TsahcUne. Cochise CoutT. Anions. gartats m TMt roar ami aa ec coao-ctass narrta. GeXERIL P. T. IljtAUKFOARD IS dead. He HreJ to the good old age ol ? years. Gold to the amount o! $3,500,000 'at to Europe yesterday. If Uncle i would dump the whole $100,000,- .460 on their shores they wouldn't be satisfied. Puixsix it full of Santa Crui county boomers, Pima county seems to be ready for division, and will in all prob ability be divided. Xogales is too large a town to be playing second fid die to Tucson, according to the county dirisioaists' ideas. A BILL to redittrirt the territory lia been introduced by Judge Reilly. I place Cochise and uraliam in one district, with Tombstone a the dis trict teat. His bill is a good one. In caae, however, that Santa Cruz count should become a reality it would 1 admirable policy to includ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 February 1893

lSFM; iaSacaMafawiMeSasSg; tt" W f: -."1 '"'P ; ,- ' "!''lll,,,fct,mBaBMaMSigggSSgaSE5t T ' " 's,sTTw?g,.-;&v,MtJSSs ' ""'"""'" n)i,""'','.y .t'l-i... . ,. i , Tj.girr y- i ., ., ) .n,,,... . , ., m,. .. ..,,..,...-, r Fiwhi.ut TWS I 1 v irom TViursdav's Daily. A. H. Emanuel U in Tucson. Miss Dora Vickers is quite ill with the measles. George Ciiri.t 1 iu Tlueuiz boom ing Santa. Cruz county. G. D. Dickinson, a brother of Don M. Dickinson, is in Phienix. Ben Goodrich is defending Bentley the wife poisoner, in Los Angeles. T. F. Hu tson is out dojrs niter a siege of several days with la grippe. Judge Keilly is termed the "safety ralte ot the House" by the Phoenix Herald. Mrs. MeFarlind le't for Phenir to day oa receipt of a telegram telline f the serious illness of her Miter. J. H. Tippett was in today from Ramsev Canyon. He reports from 5 to 7 inches of snow there during the late storm. The laiies of the Presbyterian chirch have made prepara'ions fur the Dime Social (o be given o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 February 1893

?" "'- -"-- ; , ., .I,,,,, ,,, rrir..-.- i i !iI-' ' V. - UK? . f 'j v ' L - '- , - , . , , i! " ; -v" - "T-SLi I 'rl . . --! L . , I ffi M : m IS' LI ri i p.i i-.j i . : J fti f rU TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR FEBRUBY 25, 1892 "V"F.W HKXICO Jk ARIZOIA H. K (PaeSc Time.) NOKTU UOUKD.I STA110S. South Uoukd. Ar. 9.54 .Calabaut . 14.3 ' at. ' .Cnumden. 11 1 1.3 p. m...,!iuach4ca. . f 10 a. 09 4 no ,rautank..J 7.55 I.Conwntion , " y.aj ' I. ..Benson. ..iLt. 6.20 a. m. A KtZeXA A KOl'THKiHTEBX H B Pacific Timcj LtAYK. Stations. ahitc. 0-jOS.m Fairbank. 6.15am &-ao " Kubee. ia.oon'p 'Daily, txcept Sunday. Ben Williams, 8upl. COCTHIBS IPACIKIC K. H. OO. fPidSc Tlrae-l EAST BOUND. WEST BOUND. 405 a. m.Ar. Benson... ..Ar., 7.50 p.m. 2.00 a. m.1 ' Tucson.... " 9.45 p.m. Ti.2op. m. .. Maricopa. ' 1150 .m. ;jop. in. ' .... Yawl ' 6o in. 8.30a. m.'Lv. ,l.os Argfl. sr 4 oop 11, xarMuta' iraint. carrting aiener and freight, arrive at ftenon, cast bound, at 2 15 p. m.; west bound 6.30 a. in. Pacific ti...

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 March 1893

SB9B9BaE5S5eSESSSESESaeeS, & THE - EPITAPH miilMtmtfc VtdnMd) ami Sunday, contains all thenewsof theeekas it appears .ia the Daily racspscroK. If 3 Three MoiitliH lor Jl r- -.- . rf-1 'A Oil UIllK U. t u cs2SHSHS2sasaKasraEHSHSHsas2.3 SH52SH52SE5E5B52Sl IDITI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1893. NO. 45 VOL XV S THE - EPITAPH R 009 n Ssrwi-WEiKLY TuwisriiNL Lririrn R jfTTUll iUpealIthe neusa&d iUbesent U Si It r it j vt " - 7 ia TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County OiUcial faper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE rxcment St.. Opposite City Mall. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. . II. KEI.LOGG, No. 310 riae sueet. Room 57 and 58, San Fiancuco. E. C DAKE, room 6j, Merchant Exchange. Kan Francisco. GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce SL New fork. N. W. AVER 4 SON. Philadelphia. All transacuons made bj the aboe named persons will be complied with at the rRO: PECTOR office. 1 - Entered In taa Tn-ufcston. PmHmm cend -Ism mstter. itiai ...

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 March 1893

WBMwym MMHWiWWftuI .W brtsr . ' , CT jpTT" :'. A inTiWiMirrtlilllllllllllllllMiill llll If1 ftr. mufiiiiitom MMMMMUMm Jfi L St :m I "S ri iVm .Monday's Daily. W. K. Mead cimg home yesterday from Thenix. Allen English came home today from Taeaon. 10-100 of an inch ol rin fell in the shape of mow last night. Pinal county has offered 1500 re ward (or Kid, dead or alive. Ben Baron went to Tucson today He will be home on Wednesday. John Bauer is back from 1 Paso, where he has been for a couple of months. W. H. Stilwell returned yesterday from Tucson, where he has been at tending the land court. Dr.JHarnilton left for Fhcenix today to atteud the annual mediae of the territorial medical association. County Treasurer Scribner is send ing oat notice to delinquent taxpayers and an increase of county assets is apparent. A reward of $2,000 has been offered by the Final county supervisor for the first artesian water to be struck in that county. The location of the Silver Dollar Mining claim by C...

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 March 1893

J ,T if;' .. T , p. .-iffifl', "Frfc-TT'l ' ilUflpSW'sii!. ' i -w v r r-W-;; ,.l ,.... ....MV,.... 1 "' . iiiui JL m in .TT t-"zsrjiLjrm' "" ' """7K'1 ft" '- rii"..ni'i ii i ., l-irc----W3int'-i!--!v---'--" iiiiiwi ii inn II I. 1 1 I -ic-srt;.. t -a. unmir , i , ,- -- V 1 1. -1 A v- X J.,, K y ' A .' TOMBSTONE EPITAPH tf CBU8IIED KVEBY SUNDAY BY S.C.liAGG sibscuiitiu- RATI.- One year. $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. Some one casts a slur upon thoTuc ton climate ly intiiEatinr.Ui.atli land court judges are not out here for tbtir health. Make Smith was ewdently all right in his opposition to the establishment of the land court. Mark is generally right, and the people find it out soon er or later. It is a matter of t'eep interest to the people of the southwest as to whom the presidency of the Santa Fe will fall to. Allen Manrsl was a eare Inl progressive man, but not a pushsr. Let us hope that his successor will not be any more...

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 March 1893

ngrr?8qRaMWfi ffiasr ss ffffffHT " qOiH QJQqRE$E&te .':' ' -St-i .- 1 (! i V M j TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MjYBCU 1, 1892 WEW flKXICO AKIZOXA K. II (Pacific Time.) Noith Bound. Statioi. South Bound. Lt. 9.K3 a. n. ' lt.10 " " i.6 p. m. a.09 " -W " " i " . Nogales...lAr. 1.07 p. m. , .Calaba&as. . ' 1336 ..Crittenden.. ' 11.10 a. m. ..Huachuca. .. " 9 10 ' ,.Fairtnk..J " 7.55 " .Contention .( 7.43 ...Uenson. . Lv. 6 30 a. in. A KizexA MouTiiE.iarKRX n n PaaSc Time. I Stations. e.Joa.m ..Fairbank..... ...Bitbre S.l5&m 1S.OOD P 0.30 Daily, tzctpt Sunday. Bex Wiluamb, Kupt. QSCrREIK PACIFIC K. K. CO. radfle Tlme-l EAST BOOND. WEST BOUND. 4.05 a. m a,oo a. m. it. sop. m. .'30 p. m. 8.30 a. m. Ar. .. ..Benson... ..Ar.; 7,50 p. nu ....Tucson.... ' 9.45p.m. ...Maricopa... ' ' t2.50p.nu Yuan ' . &ian. m. LT...L05 Angeles. .Ar.' 400 a.111.. y Mixed trains, canning passengers and freight, amvr at Benson, east bound, at 2 15 p. m.; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time Is one hour slowe...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 March 1893

' ""f ' .'agraegaMg M .-.y.r-annEJ iu ii.itiiiij" L.'aij' iry.ii'Ut,;y.":&vT-'-trn3I. 'ct9EJfE3maei TWE - 1T,TTT A TOTS r THE 1 i 'A n Sxui-Wxlelt Tombstone Cmta JQ will rim all the news and Ulbent In to any address 'or VrT!as5ay,3a'dS.i!ijay, contains all th nw oHS week as it appears m tl f- P f ' CTuR i 1 !-l 'IMiiui.. Ar,,wl. -... 1 (U A TTivt? (Vnts ii Copy :j . S252SE5S5H5SSH5ESE5H5HSB5H SSHSH5H5B5aSHSHS3EE5252SHS2 EDITION . 1 l VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. WFDXESDAY, MAKCII 29, 1893. NO. 53 MMIWMWHl1iirTlmiaJ..i.;afrB n iiliiiKiiniMi minimi imniiimiiiiiiroimmiiiinniiin " - " "g: I" , Jt 5E5H5E5effeSa5BSBSiL t-.J - E1PITAJPHL K ' JTfSf!" C?sS&-t4lr eHp f V S'" - "JgJ CJ - iL . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official f ur PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. .OFFICF: rremont St.. Opposite City Uall. bttrad I.IKTtrtCse Pa cCch Mtrd 2lkM mttr KIM S3L0M3X LOOSE NO 5. F. i. A, M. MfErS THE TIIIKI) STUK. ,. Jiv in each ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 March 1893

'T. j)SJM lUIIHlaMJJIj HlSi'SJ I mwmiiiw jui, M awtMBrgga HHWnWWHMMMWKD sn irx ilil-pii wi wwftHMwipwfPWWMwWpwywiiyw tii f ,! Or H niiiiiifi n -' f-ty. 10) Honday't Daily. S. C. Bagg left yesterday for Phoen ix. John Bauer left for El Paso jestcr lay. Geo. Fridharu is la from Soldiet Holes. Mr. and Mr. Hen Goodrich are iu Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. J. Finch of Tombstone are in Tucson. Scott White left today for Willcox on official business. J, V. Viclers was an outgoing pas senger for Phoenix jesterday. Chas. Bradley is in the sheriff of fice acting as deputy and jailor. Constable Broad went to Bisbee and to the line this afternoon. There was a large audience at the Methodist church last evening. G. W. Chcyney returned jesterday to his legislative dutie at Phoenix. J. B.Miano temporarily monopoliz.-s the tonsorial trade of Tombstone, - Master Clarence Wool is attending St. Vincent college in Los Angeles. B. A. Packard and F Hart left yes terday for the Packard Cattle .Co.'s ranch. Dr. Go...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 March 1893

n l ' ,jihi wwii ui 1 1 ip iiiiih ! y Hj'fjll hW I Ijyww ii 1- t v? J& TOMBSTONE EPITAPH jUBUSUKD EVERY SU.VDi Y IIVS.C.DaCO grBSCHHTION KATES OntjcM ?4 00 8ix months 2 00 IMivered by carrier to any part of the city ior 35 cents per month. Secretary Caul sue id authority for the statement that Cle eland mil send delegates to the Brussels Inter national monetary conference and in timates that the old delegates will be requested to serte. Hoke Smith had issued a call for an assemblage of Arizona office seek ers at his office at 5 o'clock today, when their claims will be considered. The agony will soon be over. Xosuch exciting mayoralty contest has ever be.'ore been known in Chica go as the one now in progress bclwten the big packer, Samuel Allerton, on one tide and ex-Major Carter Harris on on the other. In the matter of certain land claimed bv the Southern Pacific Co. in Southern California Hole Smith has decided that the company has ac quired no title to the lands and iu consequ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 March 1893

'ViJl&r'Z pjSfSfaT" ft "" I. 1 I if '" ! LtK Ly TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MARCH - 20. lhJ3 "W"EW MKXICO AKIKO.NA II. II ( Pacific Time.) Nostii Bound. bTATio-i. South Hound. Lt. 9.13 a. m.1 . Nojales.. Ar. 1.07 p. m. Ar.' 0.54 " ..Cala'-asas.. la 36 " " iuio " J..(ritiriden.. 11.10 a. m. 9. to " 1.36 (x m.1 . Iliuchuca. . X09 ' $ .t-atttxiPk.. 3 u 1.1 ontntion . 7 55 7.43 400 "I ..Benson. Lt. 6.30 a. m. A KIZBXA A. MOL'TIIK.HrKR It II Pacific Time. I leave. Stations. akkive. 9.301.01 Fairbank. 8.15am 630 Hishr... ... . laoon'P Daily, ezept Sunday. F-IJ. Williams, Supt. ODCTUEKf PACIFIC It. H. CO. Pacific Time.1 EAST BOUND. WEST BOUND. 4.35 a. m 2.00 a. m xx.aop m 3o p. m. Ar. IJenson Ar, 7 50 p, m Tucvmi.... " ' 9 45 p. m " ....Maricopa. . " ;ra5op m. " Yumi, ... 6aop m. Lv...Los Ancete,.Ar ' 400 am.. 8.30 a. m. aVaTMued trains, carrying pisscngers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at 3 15 p. m. ; est bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hoar slouer than Tomb tone time. Alca...

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 April 1893

a I HMErfaKaasyjMiw . in mm . " 3f" " ' , ,.,,,, ,,. -i i -ii m, nTHBttin r .sarrw, 1rA3ww---4J--.-'KSJa.--- ji. ,-, - , l II I .-SF ... i .Inn, i - i .. , i ' i..i-.n.,n-n, ,a- 1- aHimMMUMMUIIUUIIII' STHE - EPITAPH - - THE - EPITAPH Mone -.- j .4t..n4 SnnHavi. conuins all bEMt-WlLKLT ToHBSTONS EMTAm will e.nre all the news and will be sent to any address for theneM.ott'jsweekas it appear i" ih-IAtiv FRf.rCToii. ir'iv,. Cents a Copy. I Tliree Moiatlin ibr 91 'J 1LJI lUJt.rlisJSS? J a....". - ..a.a. "' " iSH5ZSESaSH5aSHSHSH5B5B5H5E e i 2 I f ) -t ITI NO. 54 TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1893. VOL XV pint fJFTl LILolJliii -- w N l -"": V. w V TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR j Cstv and Ounty Oilicial r aper PURLISHET) EVERY EVENING (EXCEIT SUNDAY) ?. C. BAtHi. Editor acl Frnnrietnr. .OKFICF: fremont St.. Opposite City Hash Tattrri Id lhaTo.ib.U.n Pa acaa ccnil 2laaa ni.w-f !tZ SO MO 103CI NO. 6. F. & A. ". EE THE THIRD bATU da n e h mrth at Masonic Y A id i. Un-'h - 10 t...

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 April 1893

"? ' ' as- -,' u ihijib W'jwi mi,ini,wjiiimiini linn miriiiiin i iiiriaiTri'iwJsi ftS? mi u-as ii igrWEy1""'' i ' w1" i iujfiii 'I Jl li j ti r A K TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. FCBUSUED EVEEY SCSDAY BY S.C.BAOG Torabrrtone.Cociisr) ConntT. Anion. CHTfatO IM TMC SOST cenct at aecoarXLSSt asm. NEWS BY WIRE. Phiesix Private dispatches re ceived here from Washington todav Ute that L. C. Husbea' nomination lor governor is a foregoue conclusion, and that hi name will be rent to llir Senate tomorrow by President Cleve land. Piksnix The Tombstone delega tion appeared before the territorial committee at noon and presented reatons for a United States court a' Tombstone. The committee will not report until other contra dlegati'ii from Gila and Pinal are heard. prospects (or a fical vote for several dajs. Making progress. New York Stephen C. Broadwell died in the prison penilsnttary at Bellevue hospital toiay from a com plication of diseased. Broadwell had aeveral aliases. His career of crime has made hi...

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 April 1893

"iJBifcwiiii iiiii .iiss-rf, , . . " " if " mf -i TWEGSeHSBOBHBHHBBBBHSffKIISlwWBBSBfiHiCBfr - i - : t XJ - ; , ' ' " ' " '' w i imj.ii i ii.iuiumiMMwiMiwMniiiiniMiLUiii m iwnawffwt,TrwdwiiiiiJCTlgitiwWBawimMgjHaafi ' ' w""'V,:i . 'i." " "wv f'-jw.iyw " - r . - ,,. -. . . Wa a ' ? r From Thurtdav'i Dailv. Tomorrow it tiood Friday A. W. Smith returned today Iroiu Tuctou. Don't forget the danco tonight at Armor; Hall. Won. Shilliatn left on the stage to day tor Tucton. M. O'Gorman left toUy tor Los An geles for a two weeks' isit. Miss Annie Walsh left on the stage today for I'uocaix, where she it ill re main. The rockbreaker ou the Boss mine was started today and running satis factonly. "Semana Santa" holy week is being generally observed by our Mexi can population. C. L. Cumtnings left today for Phoenix, where he goes to arrange for a shipment of fat beef rattle. A strong protest against Ihp passage of the Gray mining bill has been sent from Tucson to the Council. V. C. Green was a p...

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 April 1893

'v?z:i?Bzw. mmmmMKmmmmKmtoimm- -, . . "!r" "''-' '' ' ':r " "VJ' r'viV'igt" n ' i 14- 15 y TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR APBIL 1, 1693 "VpEIT HKXItO ARIZONA K. It (Pacific Time.) Noitii Bot'Na STATIOV. ISOOTH BOUND. Lv. 9.xa a. ra. " il io " I.a6 p. m. 1 X09 " "-S4 " " 400 " .. Nnalei...Ar. 1.07 p. in. ..Calar-aas.. ' 12.26 " ..Cmur-den.. xi.10 a. m. ..Hiuchuca. .. 9-10 ' ..Fairhank..J "7 55 " .t ontention .( 7.43 ' ...IVnsoa. . Lv. 6.20 a. m. A KUteXA A ItOlTnUltTKBX K It f Pacific Time. 9.30a. m Finback 8.15am 6.30 " Hither..... i2oon'p Daily, except Sunday. Ffn WllUAMg, 8upt. COCTHEKX PACIFIC It. II. I'n. (Pacific Time.! Ieust BOUSD. ( BOUVD 4 25 a. m 2.00 a. m. ix.aop m 3op. m. 8.30 a. m. r... ...Benson.... .Ar 7 50 p. m " Tucson.... ' 945P ra . .Alaricopa... " 12 50 p m. .Yum. 6 30 p m. Lt...I,ps AneeW..Ar 400 a 7Mixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, eaa bound, at 2 15 p. m. ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time Is one hour slower than Tomb tone time. ixltCMal ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 April 1893

THE EPITJPIl Hfarae THE EPITAPH n) SEMl-WKtKLY TOMBSTONE TriTin j siUcncallthe nesan4 mil be tent Lj lo ) address for pj Wednedajs and Sundays, contains all JQ the ns of tbiueekas it appears tin Li ii O-tn - ropcTow & -. -rt ... - --. S Three lYCoratliN for s-41 SH SSSHSESHSHSHSaS e 12 IDITI VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIOV.V UTDXESDAY, APRIL 3, 1893. NO. 53 mm , Mi " 8 TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County OiKcial raper i tM'P.LlSHEl) EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. .OFFICt: frment St., Opposite Cztr Hsl!. ;... ftl'i lX5S.0a. ICSSt KB. J. F. i A. K. :.'; THE THIRD SATlK. j ' ,. day lit each monh at Masonic HalL 1 All Visaing brothers in pood standlrg arc invited to attend, -jpeaal ro-ijl inys hea the fa j is hoisted on tbe Hall. A. L. Grow.. W. M. W. a R vo, ea 1-0.0. r. . REGULAR MEETING NIGHT . "3?S r Tuesday of each week. All nsiting r- members in good standing invited to attend A. W. Smith, N. G. Wat D. Momiovici, Sec PROFESSIONAL OABDS ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 April 1893

.'T..Yf fP1 ' ' riBTWmSSEZ ri-iiif in ,A imCmm.TtyS3j&fliBm IJIJ IIIMMII . .M-f-t-J TV" Ji"2'3 11 ,-7l i E' 1 HI'. M' q 'from Jfonday' Daily. A. Bauer slaughtered 48 bead of cattle during the month of Feb. and March. There were eighty scholar in at tendance at the Methodiit Sunday school yesterday. Frank Lay ton came iu today from Phoenix, lie will remain a few days beiore coins to ira Angeles. Supervisor Nichols was not present today but a letter iudicate-s that he ill h herein a day or two. s. A. Castanedn 01 the irgiuia hotel, Benson, is spending a few dj a with bit family in Tombstone. The easier services at the Fresbyter m. iaahurch last evening were attended y a most appreciative congrega". Ben Cook has placed his two chil dren in St. Hilda's Uall near Los Angeles. This school is one of the best on the coast. Palmer Seamans has closed hi jewelry store at Fheniz for the pres ent. He will not reopen until he can secure a better location. The Methodist church was packed last ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 April 1893

WBawarwnwra 7 ?ar yaggawftr wri '- yn MMli jlVi)" mw m ll n' " is) . H rl W 4 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'UBUSHKD K EUV SUNDa V BY S.C.IUGd iBsriurri katkx One jcar . 1 00 Six months .. 250 Peliiered by carrier to any part of the city ior 35 cents per month. "IvOOKiNo Backwahd, or the Exper ience of a Member of the 3rd House," 1I l" the title of a true fiery liorlli to pr in t'i I'hO'PECTor tl the oU:ici&ns of iooibiliue petit one-half of the time pullini; for their town that they spend pulling against each other ne would be a more nmsperniK community. CocillbE co'J.ntv has been shame fully treated at the hands of her sislei counties. Will tht legislature now i.i session adjourn without listening to our appeal for justice? I.. C. HitiiiKs is not jet governor of Arizona, lie will probably not be un til the bins retire from Washington and leave Urover alone. To show tnn strength of the opposition to Mr. Hughes it may be staled that IJob Paul has furnished the majority of the affilmits upo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 April 1893

iffvx "gf Illll """ ' ' " JL "" ii"mr-l.mJi m .11 r ni m M ;a IU 7 If'- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR APRIL 5, 1893 "VTKW MKXICO A AB1ZDXA H. K (Pacific Time.) Noitii BocmxI Stvtiov South Bocnd. Lv. 9.1a a. m.i . Nogales... Ar. 1.07 p. 111. Ar. 9.54 !..Calata5ai.. 1126 " 11.10 t..Cnttendea.. 11.10 a- in. " 1.36 p. m...Iluachuca. . " 9.10 1 a.09 ' .Fallback., j 755 ' " fl.54 , .1 ontentjon . 7.43 "400 " i Benson. Lv. 6.20 a. in. A R1ZBXA A Oi:TII KANTKItV K K Pacific Time.) leave. Stations. arrive. vjoa.m. Kaubank. Siaiu o " Hislier noon r Daily, txctpt .Sunday. BFN WlilJAMS. Kupt. CDCTBEKX PACIFIC It. Pacific Time.l fEAST BOCND. WEST BOUND. 4 5 m 3.00 a. m. 11. 20 p. m. e30 p. m 8. 30 a, in. -r. Benson Ar 750 p.m. " Tucson ... " 945p.n1. " .. .Maricopa. ra 50 p m. " Yuma ' 6 33p. m. Lt. . . Los Ancel..Ar. 400 a.m. 14TMixed trains. carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, can bound, at 2 15 p. m. : west bound 6 30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb tone time. nlsznal Ne...

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