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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 May 1893

--tjS"r f rfsw f -" "BSHSKaasESHSEsasHsaijasHsrasR rSHSHSaESHSSSHHasESHSaSHSV Tins J2I"IrrVTIl ii rrTir; epitaph TITIS EPITAPH nj MmWrtKiT Io'ipsiomc lurAni Jfl i!l fine all the nenl 'IK cnt n to am addr-s or Wednesdays ami Sundari contains all (n ihe news of the week a it appear in Hj ihe IMiiv Fnosrscroit nj a;s. w i a- . -. a-s lu 5 Three Mouth lor S-tl tie n- io ir- e- !.' i- d .Y aSHSHSHSaSSHHEHSHSHSHSB: 52, EDITIO VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, .MAY 17, 1893. NO. 70 TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County (MHcial ( aper PUBLISHED EVKUY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BIGG. Editor and Prcr-rittcr. , OFFICE: Fremont St.. Opposite City Hall. Eatersd la the Toaibatoiia to elnfi a fraccaj w raatter OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor - Goo I itts Councilraen: First Ward - Frrd Fuss Second Ward - - Wm Bartholomew Third Ward C It TarbeU Fourth W-ld - - John Pnnderville CCUstt officers: btril - - Scott Wh te Treasurer - - M. l iscr.bner Recorder - - - - A- Wentworn District At...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 May 1893

VS"4 fir E' d 1 l I From ilonday'i Daily. Agent Harrington of Fairlank came up today and made a short stay in town. Emory Ilutler is back Irom Color ado. Ho cava Arizona is a better country to live in. A deed of the San Juan de Boquillas grant from J. Mill Howard to Phcehe Hearst was recorded today. m The location ot the Home liule mining claim in the Hdai-huca moun tains was recorded today. Dr. and Mrs. Huso are ixpcctcd back rom California tomorrow. Mrs. Huse has entirely recovered from h;r illness. J. D. Kinnear, who lias been around town for several weeks canvasing for books, has been obliged to again retire to the hospital. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Ve Co. has met the T. & P. rate of $0.".ll for tho round trip from El Pafo to Chicago and return.' Scott White returned today from Yuma, bringing with him thepri-oner Por.mi, who is wanted as a witness In the casopf the Territory vs. Laguna. Fred Cirnighan is up from Xogales visiting his mother, who is in very poor health...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 May 1893

rS'l- T . r3 FiTTIFK -A- f 7 5 TJ,- "T ' - wftu &"- -. ". i ."' Or B i f .i jr1- ," TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'UnUSJIEDKVKIlYSUMJiYBVS.C.UACO iu.ruii-no uATi.t Onoear ?l 00 S'u months 2 SO l'elixcreJ !- carrier to any part ot the city for "' cents it tiiuntli. K.uto banks seem to bo the eouiuI cat financial institutions iu tlie coun try just at pictcnt. Ham Weiiu lias more aipointracntit to make lliau any territorial officer ouUiJe o the governor. In this par ticular he is not to be tuie.l. Ihe editor of Kl Imparcial is in jail at Guaymas for saying something derogatory of the government. The worst feature of the is-e in that the sympathy of the papers in the United States will mrul him nothing. There is no reason to beliere otli ernise than that tho Geary act will never become operative. Instructions will be issued not to enforce it until further orders. When congress meets in September the act mil probably bt repealed. H. II. Warner, nho filled the other day, owned a controlling inte...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 17 May 1893

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR M.YY - 17, 1893 -i-i:v itr.xico a aiiiova it. k (Pacific Time) Norm Bound. Station. South iiorMx I-t. 9.12 a. ra. Noealci.. . Ar. 1.07 p. m. Ar. 9.5( I..Calabasas.. " 12.26 " ' ix. so " '..Cnttrnden.. 11.10 a. in. i.a6 ix in. Huachuca. . 9.10 J 109 (..Fallback..," 755 4 a.54 j. Contention . " 7.43 ' 4.00 w t...ISenson. . I.v. ft. 21 a. in. A ltlZA A WOITHKANTKUN SI It lf.we. Stations. arkue. 0.33. ni Fairbank.. 8.15am 6l3o ' Kisbec. S3 00 ni Daily, rxcrpt Sunday. Bev WilUans. Supt. QOtTTllKUX t PACIFIC (It. K. 1 Pacific Time. fEAVT BOUND. BOUND. .i- -4.35 a. m 3.00 a. ni. ix.sop. tn. BV30 p. m. 8.300. m. ,....Ben&on.....Ar. 7.1 p, in. Tucson.... t 9.45 p. n. ....1ncop. . " , ts 50 a m. Yuma " 6 20 a. ir. ..Los Angeles. .Ar. 4 00 p m.. Lv. XMixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arnre at Benson. eat .bound, at 2 15 p. m. ; went bound 6.30 a. ra. Pacific time is one fchour slower than Tomb tcne time. Mgnal Serrlco. The following is the range of the 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. — 21 May 1893

'ffi jaWjy'iYM n , sgaagBqijgpij "SaSEaaSHSHSESZSHSHHESaSHSR. THE - EPITAPH H SElll-WELkLT IollsTOE El ITAMI will give all the news and Mill be sent f jaS2SSSaSESESE5a5ES2SE5BSE5S a 8k THE EPITAPH Wednesday; and Sunday, contains all tV new softie uk as it appears in lie I) Ml Y PnospscroR. n to any address 'cr ....si rO 'S Tlireo Months -WTS I . ...-. X.' lvu ciitn it. s-F'-y w. JSS2HaSSSHSasaHEHHSH5a5aSHS2 . SH52SESEHSE5E5H5; EDITIO 3NT. VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, MAY 21. 1893. NO. 71 ffioinbitoite fMttiM. 0 0 0 Ti 1 i- . , TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Ollicial raper PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING (Except Sunday) s. C. Mf.G, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Fremont St.. Opposite City Hall. Entered In thoTombtono PotoQau orccn-3 Slow UtttM Kit: S3L0KI31 133CE NO. F. & A. t). -. MEETS TIIU THIRD SATUK. rJ'7 day in each month at Mason.c Hill. ; All Vu.un Brothers In good standing are invited to attend. peoal meet "lap when the fUgis hoisted on the 1111. A. L...

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 May 1893

1 TPIBSTONE EPITAPH. 1'UBUMIED BVBKY Sl'SHAV II V S.C.B iGG Tombstone. Cochise ConntT. Arizona, t CKTCBED IN THt K4T OTFICI k aCCOMD-CLM. HATTI. Judge Uakku was the unanimous choice of ti.o Democracy ol Arizoua for chief justice. There was no op position to him from any quarter. John Mitkay eiJtntly does not place much aluc on hi; life. IK- ob jected to pay his doctors' bills without ecaling thirn donn thirty per cent. The eupreuib court Uid down a construction of law of importance to the nest, which was in effect that ap peals will be from territorial court to the United States Mipremc court in cases not specially excepted by the fourth and sixth sections of the ucl Ctctttiiig the iiicuil court uf uitpvHi:. The display oi the Copper Queen Co. at the World's Fair is described a being cry fine. The mineral display is also a ery llattering one to the dif ferent sections of the territory. There is, however, au absence of anything in the linn of a horticultural exhibit. Co chise county ...

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 May 1893

--,l!j " ML ;? yqp' l&f I : ,lSifc.-i i GM- j& L.3fe rr- J S3 f & I- I '"gt from TAtiridav'J -Dai'Iv. Rub Paul i in town. Mr. V. C. Urecn anil family arc at tlio Palace. K. J. McLean was admitted to citi zenship today. Frank Kucl, tlio V. U. Hno uinn, is visiting Tombstone. Judge Baker of Wilcox was a visitor to Tombstone todav. J iid no Barnes came up from Ben son lliii morning with Scott White. K Ciamcz, prefect of Arispe is in town. He is stopping at the Cochise. Scott White relumed this morning from l'lici-nix where he went after a witness. Dennis Tnom-y,Turmiois,and Wm. Koch, New York, are registered at tlio CocliUe. K. X. Wolcott lias receiveJ the first apricot of the seaso'i. Ihey came from Tucson. Miss Kitty Haflerty is still Biiflering from hiccoughs and her condition is ery alirming. The rate of city taxes has been agreed upon. It will be -J of one per cent on a valuation of 1300,000. Chief Pugh was busy dealing out notices to city taxpayers today, cititic them...

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 May 1893

t (JSE " Til1" ' ""!' TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MAY 20, I8U3 VKW MKXICO A AH1UW It. II Pacific Time.) North Bounu Statiov. South Bound. Lt. 9.12 a. m. Ar. 9.5 ix. 10 51.26 p. m. 2.09 " " 54 " 4 00 " Xogales. Ar. .Calata-tas.. .Cntwxden. " Hiuchuca. Ir air bank . ' .Contention . .Benson. Lt. 1 07 p. n. xa 36 11.10 a. m. 9.10 7 55 M 7-43 " 6.20 a. m. UIXUWA MOITUKIMTKU K H Sttios, 0.30a. m.. ....... Fairbank.. 6.o " I Bisbee. . ..I 8.15am .lis oon'p Daily, txcrpl Sunday, Bev Williams, Sup C-TI'TIIKKV ;pciFir It. U. CO H Pacific Time.l EAST BOCND. I WEST, I BOUND. 4 25 a. m 3.00 a. tu. xi.up. m S30 p. m. Ar... ...Benson.... ....Tucson ., Slineops. . ...Yum. ... Los AneVs , Ar 7 jo p. m. 0.45p.m. ra 50 a m. " 6 30 a. it. Ar 4.00 p.m.. 8.30 a. m.; Lr.. XTMixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, amre at Benson, east bound, at 3 15 p. in ; west bond 6 33 a. m. Paanctiraeu onehocr slower than Tomb tcne time. Ntsnal Merrlce. .Tha following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 henrs en...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 May 1893

,. ?r t ' fflSES2SHSE5H5B5HSHSESE5aSHS j THE - EPITAPH nj Wednesday and Sunday, contains all n U1 tS nr-sof the week asit appears In fjj Ji ihelMUY Tj.osPi.cloK. n Mome SEMlW'EEklT IoMLSTOSE KlITAl'll will pie all the Reus ami Ml1! be sent to any ad JrciS or B U S Three lIo.atlin iir sl 3 Five Oeiitjs it Copy. v HI JS5H5E5E5H52TH5E53ESE5H5H53 . ,S25HSHSS5ESESESHSESHSH3: ES DIT X VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, ISM. NO. 72 '"J HflHraKeSffll fSSir" fi'.": ' 0m E ! to . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR , City and County Ollicial raper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (KXCSIT SUNDIY) S. C. BAGG, Editor aaJ Prcjrietor. OFFICE: rrccjcnt St.. Oppctito Citr ' Hall. : - z - Ealtred ta th TjOkbvtcfiS Povoffie. u ec.ecfi.1 ilsasratltrr. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Ma,or - Gij. Filts Chief of Police. - - Hugl I"uEh. Councilmen: First Wa-d - Fred Fuss N-conJ Ward - - Win, hart'iolomew Third Ward - C. B Tarbell Fourth Ward - - Joha Pnnderville ccu-T orncEXs: Sheriff - - S-colt White Treasurer - ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 May 1893

SflMV J i J"MW1'W"J"JI ' From Monday's Daily. Sam Webb will not talc Ins "office as collector until otter Juno 1st. A Hungarian colony has purchased 5,00 acre ot laud of the Algadoucs tract at Yuma. Tho case agaiust John Harris was settled todjv by the defendants pay ing all costs. , Mrs. M. Foley and child will leave in a day or two for Glochcster. Ma., to isit a brother whom sho has not lean for many years. Wm, Kavanagh wife, and children are about to start for their old home in county Wicllow, Ireland. They will be absent about four months. The jury in tho casa of tlio Terri tory vs. Asa and Henry Turner could not agree. They were out fix hours. All but one jury man stood for acquit tal. Judge Baler of Willcox, while going from the depot to the hotel in Tucson on Friday night, was run over by a carryall and badly cut around the face and head. Our Picneers beat the Biibee base ball club yolerday, by a score of 13 to 7. The Pioneers returned last night about midnight and their nois...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 May 1893

IP". if '! 'mm miii ji ., tju i i, i .in. m yr" a 1 "' "" "Ml mj. 'a r r fc ?K v -" i- TOMBSTONE EPITAPH t'unusuEu every Sunday dvS.C.Uago SIBMUlniO BATE Ouejear $4 00 &x months 2 50 lclioreJ by carrier to any part of llie city lor Jo cents ier month. The grand jury report ould taV.0 up a paeof the 1'hosrtcron. Some law elioulclbo pa-cJ prowling lor the publication ol grand juiy reports by tlie 8upcrior. It would cot li.s than $10 to print the one just tin i'hed, and no are of the opinion that the grand jury would not accuse the county fathers of extravagance in eo iloim. From tlio South. New Oblew, La. Eo. PaosrccTOt: It was raining at Howie Station at breakfast time wnen we passed through and we had wet ground or cloudy sky fur company nearly nil the nay to San Antonio, Texas I hope th blessed rain long hoped and prayed for has come to southeiiat- fcrn Arizoni at last. I was told that it hid jjt nine! at a place in western Texis where no rain had fallen fur a jeir. The raii se...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 May 1893

,,iTOfife y:igo!wpsBWBB.jagaaapHplyjgw -- jr , "W ( iV t ?1 - w ffi w- i WssBFs35SPlij$5s3JSaf XF ?K.JYr .721 - iTTv tjri iyaSSK'siBBISSiiaBB'tBWaS'cisBB -" r-7 t- :r-''m;', ' ' - " ..,- , t?'' ---C'SS'-' jf- ii i" TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MAY 21, ISD3 "V"i:V Jti'.XICO A AIEIZO.VV. It. It (Pacific Time.) Noxtii Boua Statiov. South Uoind. Lv. 9.12 a. m. . Nocales.. Ar. 1 07 p. m. Ar. 9.54 ..Oilatasas.. 1226 " 11.10 M .Cmtrnden. 11.10 a. ra, 1.26 p. rn. .Iiuachuca. . 9.10 ' 2.09 " Faubanl. . . ' " 7 JS " ' 2.54 ' .Contentioa . 7.43 ' " 4 co . Renson. Lv. 6.20 a. m. A I:I7.UA &. MOlTllKAMTKlf Jt II (Pacific Time. I leave. Stations. arrive. 0.30. to Fairbank. 8.15am 6.30 Bishee. laoonn Daily, ezcrpl Sunday. Ben Williamb, Supt. OniTTIIKKV IMt'IFIC It. It. "o. (Pacific Tirae.1 "" STATIONS I WEST BOCND. STATIONS. BOUND. 4.25 a. ra. Ar. Reason..... Ar 7 50 p. m. 200a.m. Tucson ... 9.45p.m. XI 2op. m. " .. .Vancopa. ' 1250 a. ra. S'30 p. m. ' .....Yum..... 6 20 a ra. 8 30 a. m. Lt ..Los Ange...

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 May 1893

"J" umti KJiKoitlL 4,fwygpW:5?5r T ;f" -- r ZSi3B3S3fc5S525ZSBSesesaBSS5l THE - EPITAPH n) ft '"S& Mtiroe i p 1 1 THE - EPITAPH Wednesdays and Sua&iyj, contains all th? nevsof Oie ueckas it appear in thelntLY ritomcTOit. bEUlAVEES.LT ToUBSrONE rITANt B1 jive all ihe neusand will be sent to any address 'or Tlu-eo Moiitliw i'oi-SSH R i is25SSHSHSESaSHSS5HSaHHSaHE it i oixr . VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1893. NO. 73 aeTOMfiSaflTS pi ii i i mm ' I "'-"-"-Ilil.l-rilt-M atom am ; ays sVjs ' . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County OiIici.il fit per PUBLISUEI) EVERY EVENING (Exutsit Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. ofkice: Fremont St.. Opposite CltyUalJ. Entered In th Toa.faun Pol cSe m cc&tS :U msttrt Or'FlOlAli DlKKCHMtY. Maor Gsx citi Chief cf Pujcc. - - Hui rush, Cojicilmca: Tint Ward - Frrd Tuss tcoad Ward - - Wra Hartholo-rcw PiirdWani - C. U Uib-11 Fourth Ward - - - John lrmdcrilie CCUT OfFlCEks: Sheriff - - Scoit Wh te lnasurer - ...

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 May 1893

r T02IBST0NE EPITAPH. Fubusued eveky Sunday by S.C.Bagq Tombstone. Cochise County. Anion., I mrtvcs m tmi war otfri At HoookAM mattu. Gruud Jury. la their report the grand jury mad a ery loolith and uncalled (or tirade against the PRosrECTOi: (or uVing all. the law allowi (or printing the delin quent tax list. Jt would hate been equally as reasonable had Jlliis body have declared that the district court clerk was Dialing exhorbitant charges (or (eei or that the district attorney was drawing an enormous salary (or work performed. They take all that the law allows, uo more and no less, while because the Prospector did takn few than the law aliened, the grand jury (ound (ault with it. We will never be guilty o( such a bit ol philanthropy again. The law fixes the kind o ipe that hali be used in printing the delinquent tax list. Here is the law: For printing trie delinquent tax lists ot the several countiee of this ter ritory, the price shall not eceed seventy cents (or the first inserti...

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 May 1893

j. - m . if- for '?.' Ir --; -- v Jrm TAurdav' Dafv. Sam Webb mill move to Nogale, next week. Bob Paul made a Dung trip to Tombstone today. Mr. Chas. Granville Johnston is improving in health. Miss Kitty Kaffsrty is much im proved in health and was able to ba down town yesterday. Yesterday was the Queen's b'rthday It was celebrated at Chicago with great pomp and parade. The "conspiracy case" occupied the attention ot the court today and was being summed up la'.e this afternooc. Sergeant Delaney of Ft. Hiaclmca, one of the popular visitors to lomb atone, is shaking hands with his friends today. The plaster fell from the coiling in Andy Smiths' shoe shop yetrdsy and put an extra polish on his smiling countenance. There was no western mail today, and a double mail from the east did not satisfy the longing for the Fritco papers. A birthday party at the residence of Mrs, Gibbons in honor of Miss Kate's ISth birthday, was enjoyed by those present. Dancing and kindred pleas ures kept the n...

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 May 1893

JLU ' J )HI '."flTllif "K "f j .... , i .. ciii V. " iv. pv !Il"MWiit.-ywr.'rj-rjy.Mvw- - -i,ln iji- r -a . . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MAY 27, I8U3 "VT"EW JaKXICO ABIZOXA B. H -4- (I'idCc Time.) Koeth Bockd. Station. South Uoukd. Lr. 9.1J a. ra. Ar. 9.54 " 11.10 " I.a rx m. 2.09 " " " ' 4 00 Nnralel Ar. M K -. ..Calatatas,. 1 tijs ..Cntifnlfo.. ' 11.10 a. ni. ..Huvchuca. . 9.10 ..Fa thank... "75s ' .Contention . ' 7.43 ...Renson. ..ILv. 6-ao a. m. A B1ZOXA at MOl:Tlir..lNTKRt It It PiaSc Time.) LEAVE. Stations. ASKIVE. 9.3). IT 6 so " ...Fairbank... ... Kisvee.... 8.15 am 12 nofl'p Daily, ervpt Sunetnii Rkv Vim.iams. Supt QICTHRKS PACIFIC II. It. CO. Pacific Time.1 EAST BOCND. stations. wfst BOUND. 4 S a. m 3.0-1 . m. 11 2p. m. '3op. ra. ....Benson Ar 750 p.m. Tncoi.... ! 945 p. m ,...Vricoa... fsoa m. . lumv. .. 1 0 ao a. 8.30 ft. nulL. .Ijos AnceV . Ar.l 4 00 p.m . xVMixeit train, ctrrrne puvngers and freight, arrive at Benson, ea t bound, at 2 15 p. m ; wcm botin't 6 30 a. m. Pacific...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 May 1893

"' " ", T ' ' 'Ml '" "" y"r,ll'"luFul w' I --- ' . A V THE - EPITAPH N 3 TJCiJE - EPITAPH El Mow flit ?' ScuiAV&eklt Tombstone EnrAni ill pive all the newtatvi will be tent toar) address br pj Wcdnesdavs and Sundays, contains all JU the tt of the ue;kTasit appears In In lite tUiLY rsosrscro. S Three Iontlis for $si J "ra tn er'a a ts cr r cj in ir- r i & a Five OcnlM a Copy. ... 2SHSEsf sasasasHSEssss iS3SS52S2S ;SS25H5E5ESH5S5r 2 KIT X 'on ' VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 31. 1893. NO. 74 Soil ai. i' m I :V rv TiOMKSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv and County Official nper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Exceit Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: freiaost St.. Oproiite. City tlxll. Exitcred In tb Toibbrtou P oCt u vtoccod OhVlOlAl, Mlti.0lO.tY7 XUyor - - - G. rwi Chief of Police. - - Hugi Push. Council men: First Ward - Fred Fuss Second Ward - - Wra Haitholomew Third Ward - C 11 larbcll Fourth Ward - - John iVi&demlle cevrzt OTIICEK-; Shaiil - - S...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 May 1893

2SL m i .1 ,i From Monday' Daily. The apricot crop in Tombstone will be a Uevy one this jear. Miss Hattio Tnouias returned today from aehurt visit to Bitbce. Tomorrow being Decoration day, no paper will be issued Iromf-' office. More men are coustantl?t:ing em ployed by tbe GiU Canal Co. at Gila Bend. Miss Bonnie Land was a passenger on the incoming caacU today from Gilroy, California. Do not lerget tbe dance tonight, the erent of tbe season. Good music will be in attendance. A salvation army is w ending its way toward Arizona ami in all probability will stop in Tombstone. Tbe uoted UooVcr'a Hot Springs are again open for the accomodatinn of guests during the teason. Mr. S. Waalibura returned to Tomb K'.one jesterday after a hi mouths absence in northern Arizona. Wm. Sbilliam is in Fbenix. Mrs. Shilliam is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. Bauer, in tbis city. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Leach, accom panied by Mrs. Lizzie Kichols, leave to-morrow (or a trip to Chicago. The railroad compt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 May 1893

- V 1 I f TOMBSTONE EPITAPH r't'UUSIlKC KYEP.Y St'NDa V 11Y S.O.liAGC CIKMItlrilOX BATIJt Onoy&ir ?4 03 Six niontlu 2 50 IVliverc J by carrier to any put t of Hie city for ob cents per month. SOMETHING FUNNY. Thf lnorr.n Way. Olive "He had been refused by all the jrirls in our set before 5he accepted him.' Violet "So he was well shaken before taken?" Judge. Sue (at the do;r show) "I've looked all through the catalogue and don't see any mention of the "Ocean 5rey hound.' Do see if von can find them. The Club. Mr 1'olk.vdot "What pretty new curtains you have! Where did you jfet them?" Mrs. Plcater "Kasy enough. They are a couple of my husband's Ascot ties." Vo;rue. Accoumsn to AounEMKXT. Enraged Customer "Look here; what kind of a shop do you call this? I've been wait ing here over an hour, while my hat is being blocked!" Salcsman--"Yes, sir; our sign outside says. 'Mock your hat while you wait.' " Puck. The many hundreds of girl children who arc being called Columbia this year wi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 May 1893

e- , HI- fc.JWWI"Pl 5BE It ! MWTikA ?-M n , 1 i TfinTiiyTiCi "l " hi "'i ' BUM"1 ' Jl1"" ""I1 ; 'Jjwtf'' :"&; '"r. I" H I ;i M Rl i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MAY - - 31, 1893 "V- anxico a ahizoxa it. h (Pacific Time.) Noztu Bound.' Statiov. South Wound. I.t. 9.12 a. m. Ar. 9.54 " 11.10 ' . Nogales... . .Calaafas. . ..Criurdea.. ..Hiuchuca. . ..Fanbank.. .Contention . ...Benson. Ar. x 07 p. ra. ia.a& " " 11.10 a. m. 9 10 " 7 55 " " 7.43 " Lv. 6.ao a. m. i.s6 jx m. 2.09 ' " a 54 ' '400 A U1ZUXA A HOVTHKAHTr.nS K II I Iafic Time. J leave. Stations, akkive. 9.30 a. it Fairbanlr. 8.15 am 630 " K-e. taoon'p m Vatly, tj&pt Sunday. Bbn William. Supt. Qdiitukux iwcifu: it. it. to, (Pacific Time.1 EAST BOUND. WFST BOUND. 4 25 it. m 3.00 a. ni. 11 20 p m V30 p. m. 8.0 a. m. r. Benson Ar.J 7 50 p. m ' Tucson.... J 9.45 p. ra ' .... Vancopa. . " 1150a n. umii 620 a.m. Lv. . . Los Anrd..Ar ' 400 p.m. Mi3kcd trains, carrying p-issengers and freight. atme at Benson, ea't bound, at 2 15 p. ra...

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