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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 June 1893

I w ZiSxCj rax-rntm m in , r 1 i , jjjjj!auuru-v!iyuf t A rp&BSSEsesEsaBEBQeasaMei Tt THE - EPIT.AJPH. ft THE - EPITAPH jwtMotw - CUI.WEtKLT TQMCSTOSC ElITArH ill pie all ihe newsa&4 vtllbeicni to as) address 'or Three Month lor ssi rj Wednesdays and Sundays, contains all u ihenevsp('iee'ltas; appears in n il.cDllu Fkosfsctor. . iS25ESHS2SH5ESSSH5E JES DIT X VOL XV TOMMSTONli:. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JUNE 3. 1893. NO. io f pilaw lLP'iU " 3T Cja f c-; Si'- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR C;tv and County OHicinl :ije POULISHED EVKIIY EVENlNl (En. Err SrxnaY) S. C. BAGG. Editor aid Proprietor, OKFICi:: t SicmoutSt.. OffosUo City Kail. ScttitJ In 1bTth.ltO&. Pd CfiMM ttDd ofr'iwt.Vh iilltcOtom. Mnor - Gs cntt' Chief of Polite. - - HugiPugh. Couaciltasn: First Watd - Fred Fu s rconl Ward - - Win Bmholotnea TlirdWard - C 11 laibril F.iuah Ward - - John Prinderviilr CCCNTt 07FtCEK: Shtriil Treasurer K'ccrder District Attorney Probate Jude f2rk D.stnct Coart Surveyor - -Assessor -...

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 June 1893

, "FW 37 m nil i '" Mil ' U, -nfJ-jJ ! tfyj 4.rf,-frriil Tflgsaiiia. "!Syt'PrM TtriBSTONE EPITAPH. FCBUSUED BVKEY S VXVX V BY S.C.BaUQ Tombstone. tiochiM) ConntT. Anion. I artsu "i Tt kmt csnct M teo-etM MTTM. SCIENTIFIC CLIPPINGS. Tim waters of tho Atlantic ocean are a sort ol whirlpool on a gigantic Fcale. the central point of which is r. short distanco to the southwest of tho Azores. Twiuoirr is longest toward the ixjIss, where tho night of sU montlis is short ened by an evening twilight of about fifty days, and o morning one of equal length. At the equator the length of the evening twilight is about one and a quarter hours, end remains almost constant the entire year. Oj.e of the visions of Jules Verne is likely to become a reality. Experi ments liave demonstrated to the satis faction of experts of the navy that a ship can be constructed n ith n capacity for submerging itself and moving be low the burface of the water rapidly and under strict control. A SCIOTinc paper describes ...

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 June 1893

pfr jt-l f 1 Vi ' fib M- f T s i '-W7 f I , It-" from XAurjdav's Dailv. Miss Bonnie Land is writing Tur quoi. Geo. Metcalt returned lionie today from ibe est. Thos. Howell u in from die Ssn Beru.rdino rsucli. Mrs. . ViiUl and daughter leltyes terdsy (or El Paso to join Mr. Vidal. Mrs. BaMian and her eon Tommy left today for a short i-It to Tucsou. Judge h. V. Hander, a well Lnonn Arizonan. U in the city spending.! fen days. Sheriff White left yustcrday on the lag? for the eastern part of ilia countr. Judge J. F. Duncan left this morn ing for Dos Cahezas. He will return on Saturday. W. K. Meade's successor to the prison superinteudrncy has not yet been appointed. And now comes the news that the gold excitement in the Superstition mountains is a (ale. One thousand four hundred bead of cattle nere shipped from Willcox latt week to Jifiereul points. The doctors report that the general health of the city is belter than is usually the Cute at this sjasoti of the year. It 19 reported that ...

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 June 1893

LL -f E -r,f j r .-&rttwaryffgff ssSMSSMimKmxmHammmmmwm:- --" - , - v.y .,-. s ?"?& . h,5 . "-I- . ; K?' s,"-"" " jiKWr'tXrr Wffi&MmS&mBEeggsRi&y'i 4MSS!Sim!mslBmkmsMe8SM'4JiMMBL ' -fl ; TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR I JUNE 3, 1893 T"E'V HKXICO A AB1ZOX.4. II.lt (raaSe Time.) Noith Bound. I Station. South Bound. Lt. 9.13 a. m. Ar. 9.54 " 11.10 " 1.36 p. m X09 " 54 " '400 " Nocalej.,. Ar. 1 07 p. m. . ,Calataa'.. ' 1336 ' ..Ctiltftden.. 11.10 a. m. ..Ilujchuca, . 9.10 M ..Faabark.. 1 " 7 SS " .loatenuon . ' 7.43 ' ...Benson. . 'Lv. 6.30 a. iu. HIZO. A hOLTHEASTKHX It II fTaaSc Time. I leave. Stations, Aitimc vv.30a.rr FairbanV 8.15am 6 2 ..........isee. unor'? ihitly, rtcpt Sumfay Run iVh..iami. fiipl CITIIKHJ! PACIFIC It. B. CO. Pacific. Time. est BOUND. vvfst BOUND. 4 35 a. m a.00 a. m 11. op m 3 30 p. m 8 o a. m .r......Renon Ar 750p.rn Tucyori.,.. 9 45p m ....Vancopa... " 1350 a m. " umi. .. , 6 so a. m l.y...l.ns AngclF5..Ar j 4 00 p m lyMiseft train carrying psrngrrs...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 June 1893

"siar sarai " -"-"'gf . -j.j?f v""P'2S33; JMSWBSS"" y rW JfVWy" - WW' "45! -r v tai2i 1 . n , ' -tf. -wsT-Vs- S3-' i , r "V ti! -i! r gasaaasnsesssadesssess&aamsg " THE EPITAPH nJ tattone m the - EJPiTvra SEUI.WEi.KLT TOMMTONt EFITAHI i!l pic all the news and will be tent to aav address for Wednesdays and Sundays, contains all tbenevtscf Oievteek'as it appears in" the D.uf y F80SP4CI0X. T.. a 1 W r. .... . i'iv v;eniH u oiy, m VJ " V --ji--j--"j'""j'-""'' -j-j-- E DIT X VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 7, 1893. NO. 70 -wjjjp""- frttail. pout .' . Jfe u L-! f: 0 y i i TOMBSTONE PR&SPECTOR City and County OiHci.il i niier PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: riCDcnt St.. Opposite Ctty Hall. Entered tn lb.. TooLtMUc. t'os can tt isocnJ lissasUsr. OFFICIAL DIRECrOltYT Maur Geo. Fins Chief of Police. - - Hugh Pugh. Council. iiea: Fmt Ward .vcond Ward 1 Mri WarJ F muh Ward - - CCUhTtf hert.l Treasurer Recorder...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 June 1893

TTsal From Monday't Daily. C. U. Kerry in N'ocalca. Geo. PrUUam U in trom the Soldier Holes ranch. J. D. Gilbert ol lurquois left for Florence today. Clias. Leach roturned on the stage today from Tucson. lSccordcr Wentworth returned home yesterday. Tim Griffith, tho genial Tim, is over from the copper camp. Col. MiVe Gray was an incoming passenger from Tucson yeiterday. D. 1). Kos3 arrived jesterday from U.S. court andlelt for tho mill today. Tucson nants a sanatorium. The Southern rarifie is urged to build it. H. G. Hone and E. V. Purlins and nifewere incoming passengers jester day. It is reported a prominent sporting man will toon tale unto himself a better half. Miss Edith Goodfellowcamein from Tucson jesterday on a short usit to her former home. Miss Sarah Herring returned from Tucson jesterdaj-, where she has been attending U. S. court. M. G. Crowley. Fred Castle, Pat McMann, Wni. Pierce and Wra. Har ris have returned from Tucson. On tho big canal enterprise east of Yuma, the 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. — 7 June 1893

- V l u r-3? '"- A, " J3u& TOMBSTONE EPITAPH t't'uusiiKU KVEUY Sunday cy S C.IUgg MBSCUIITIO BAT1 One year MOO Biz months 2 50 leliercil by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents ir month. Xniiuleou'8 itclixious Yiewi. Iter. Aithur L. Kobinson in his re marks et the Presbyterian church some nccls pgo, quoted the tolloning opinion of Xapoloou regarding Christ. It is one of the strongest tributes ever paid to ilia IorJ Jesus: When Xapoleon ut St. Helena was conxereing about the great men of the ancient world, ho asked Count JIou- tliolon, "Can j on tell me who Jesus Christ was?" The question was de clined and Xapolcon procecJcd,"Vcll then I will tell you. Alexander. Caesar, Charlemagne and I, mjself, hae founded great empires, but upon what djd these creations of our genius de pend? Upon force. Jesus alone founded His Umpire upon loic, and to this very day millions would die for Him. I think I undtrrlaud human nature audi tell you all theso were men and I am a man, nouceleei...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 June 1893

&&$& I ' MII "U.IJ W StSsLyjSKBKVvZ i TO ...TV.' 'TrTETISIBrSBBKsHl85PH8r3K5lfflHil sasBoawaw.-.- NaiiiKbiiHfiurt2 ftWSEKN' JSJlJRfF ' ';'' grBHl, JwflBSSWwf r-Jl-B .- JtMt,lLW.i,-b -' . - .J. n tT "3 1 i .jj''iiK; .r(.,'ti. :? ' . l.c f5 v "OH " .. .i,TiESr 7 "'E. - t . V ?fW t -V. j. - ' . - r -. JTt1t-il jWya.UJWSTSt ' f' . i.18"" J "- 'fi.J m ..Hi . w & L o K- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR i JUNE 7, 1893 WW MKXICO AH1KOXA It. It (radc Time.) Noith Bound. Station. South Bound. Lt. 9.U a. m. Nocilts. . Ar. 1.07 p. m. Ar. 9.54 ..Calabasas.. 12.16 " 11.10 " ..CriltfDdrn.. ' 11.10 a. m. 1.26 p. m.i..H!i.ichuca. . ' 9.10 ' ! a.09 ..Faiihanl.... 7.55 -" -H " .Conttnbon .; 7.43 ' "400 ' I...Rrnson. Lv. 6.20 a. m. A ItlZO.VA A HOITIIKANTEHN It II f Pacific Time.) LEAVE, j Stations. 0.30 a. m FairbanL. 8.iim ao ' I hisbee. ia.uon'n Daily, excrpt Sunday. Ben- Williams, Supt. gOIITIIKK.V IWt.lKIC II. K. Ill" (Pacific Time.1 EAST BOUND. STATIONS. , WEST HOUND. 4.25 a. m. a.00 a. m. II...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 June 1893

T -r-nrt ' jZZS3SE2rBSBSS3E5S5S5BEESSSeSi .S5HSSEi2a5H5asHsasasHsasas - S THE - EPITAPH nj MuUI-Welkit Ioufstone Errr.rii Ui U1 divj all K ,.... ..! .. .11 l ..... THE - EPIT.AJPIi 1 o u pj wcanesuars ana Minoarr, contains all Uj thnesoftbe neck a it appears in LT U LUll V I'OS"!CTOK. Dl .-.. n. II, .,. Bill UT Vll I i to a") address for rj S Tlirc Month forsi jj livo OentN ii Copy. j)J CZ2C3tl3llirZZ3c3rtZitJXic3C'Jnr'HtH' JES DIT X VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. Sl'NDAY. Jl'XK 10. ISM NO. V . i ; V k. -s TOMBSTONE PRCSPECTOR, Citv anil County Ollicial rani'i' eiHsLISHED EVERY EVENING (ExcErr Sunday) S. C BAliG. Editor and Proprietcr. OFKICH: ficmont St.. OpFOiito City Hall. TctcrM lntl.To.btoa roj c2ce m ttrd ;l4t4 laivttrr OFFICIAL DlUECrOltY. G:x Fill Ilughl"ugh. Mi) or Chief of Puiiwc, Coaiolracn First Ward - Fred Tun iccoad Ward - - Wm Rartbctomew P.ird Ward - -" B. Tarhc.l Fourth W-rd - - - John Pnntlenil'e ccukt orricMt: htriS - - Scott White riaurer - - II. D. 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. — 11 June 1893

IIOTKI. AEKIVAW.H I from FriJau't Daily, .L -w H , riirz-uiii . fc Wynili m, mi 'PPJ'-r 1 TJMBSTONE EPITAPH. "UBUSHEUEVtCYSl'MlAYEVS.C.lUCO Tombstone. tiKhUe County. Anions. f Tf EO I. TM PC.T Omct M WCQft-CLH HATTER. FACTS GATHERED ABROAD. The New Aula aqueduct at Home was sixty-three miles long; The Japanese never mix dlrTerrnt Mails of tlonrrs together in one tav. ukat-taken from a mummy rjse In Kpypt 2,M0 jears afro was planted anil some of it jrrew . Carlkbu i(. to have a new bath houe of unusual beauty and elegante w hich w ill cost two hundred thousand dollars. In Rome partof China a formal in troduction is given in these words: 'This is my friend. Jf he steals anj thintr 1 will be responsible. A chit of the first edition of Colum bus letter, in Latin, announcing the discovery of America printed at llome in 1431, sold in London for 1315. Stkeet-car conductors in Berlin have to work long for very little moniy. They are on duty eighteen hours a daj, and their daily pay is sixty...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 June 1893

iiiijiuuii ',,,"l-l,AIHml Ai.r.j i ki.n rrom tnday'i Daily. .TMK-JUIu ""HJJW v fir J, s. em TAurjrfav'i Daily. 'pa Kirk is on Die tick lift. 1''. K. CaJaell is in San Ctilu. Jake Cburu is back from his Cali fornia trip. Win. Houghton left yesterday for Sin Francisco. Hut rix prisoners now remain in the county jail. Miss Kate Fusa returned liome lo- lay from Ilisbcc. At Yuma tlie temperature reached 112 degrees last Tuesday. S. II. Delong and bride, have gone iu Chicago on a wedding trip. Joe Hignon's prospect near the San Diego mine is locking cry promising. Miss Hulda Strcckenbach left this morning for a short visit to Nogales. Mrs. C. IJ. Tarbell aud daughtec left today for Chicago to visit the Fair. The annual election for school trus tees for this district will occur June At Deming the popular idea of heaven is a place where there is no dust. Fred W. Heyue has applied for let ters testamentary op the estate of Mark K. Bannon. The young daughter of It. Ufin, who has b;cn quite il...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 June 1893

l4tPBMMiinJ ,.i - SVTVV -- aBMiam!tjiMaw!SB'tgBiwBB"ggr-r''11' .ihj', -x- 155SS218SS' ?"$. , Sh . S.vl-'Rvi HMftWvEarscifcre-.. . V ,,-, V; -r fnfn2ia!ft!tiP''w sv ,v --Wfi JV J. ' j-L- ! vr-" T ' .'- .'(- ,. ,. --,,,. ' V' " ' - -V. - j u TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JUNE 10, 1893 JJKW HKXICO A AUIXOW It. II (Pacific Time.) North Bound. Statiov. isouth Uocica I-t. 9.1a a. m. .. Nojalcs.. Ar, 1.07 p. m: Ar. 9.54 , .Calabasas. , " 12.26 " 11.10 ..Cnttrnden.. xi.10 a. ra. 1.26 p. m. ..Huachuca.. 9.10 3.09 " . . Fairbank . . .( " 7.55 ,. a. 54 " .Contention . " 7.43 ' ' 4-00 " ...Benson. . 'Ly. 6.g.i a. m. KIZO.VA A KOUTltEAMTKUX IS IX (Pacific Time. 1 Stvtioys. ....Fairbant.... lUsbee. .. ! 8.15am ..I12 oon'p 6 20 " Daily, except Sunday. Bkn Wiluams, Supl. OOL'THKKX PACIFIC It. XI. CO. (Pacific Time. EAST stations ' WEST BOUND. STATIONS. HOUND. 425 a. m. Ar. Benson..... Ar , 7.50 p.m. xooa.m. Tucson.... " , 9.45 p. m 11. cp. m. ' ....Maricopa. . M o 50 a, m 30p.m. ' Yuma 6 20 a. m 8.-30 a. ra...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 June 1893

IE .THKjkKll..-. LL Ji J : lz,;..-1 --2 i-asasxjt-,. - r- -' ' .t yv -;w-t r f , - -V, Vi X. " "i " "I'r'-'JiV'Tr" - AJ f 2EHSraS2SE5HSHS2S2SHSSSHSaSS " p this - epi-xvajpii p Semi-Weeklt Tombstone nTArn "j i!l gi all the news and 11 ill be sent - n to any address br r jg TriE - EPITAPH n Wednesday sand Sundays, contains all u lb news of the eek'astit appears in httone rJ tleDviiY ProsrscroK. H Throo Months ibr Jjjsi ivu v;eni, n oiy. w iSeSHSSSESHSaSSSHSHSHSHSHS- SHf J . , V Vigcaiacaear-ir-iiuii n iririiyj E XI.T X lrtmwww; VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY JUXK 11, 18q:j. NO 78. i.ipMBi f 1 ! I I, HCXCmLL- ZSazSKZaGnTTW2.l-JUl-41Lr-LBLJJ JbTS whittii 1 Sou I' 9.(. Hi 'AT E? 1, ? ' If r j4 K TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Gilicial raner POLISHED EVKKY EVENING (Elixir Scjiday) S. C. 8AGG. Editor and Proprietor. OS-FICE: (rrccont St.. Orpositc City I?I'i Fate-rca In tbToxUtOD l'tiocttu sscena -liaaaitxet. OFFICIAL DIUECrOUY. Mm) or - Geo. Fitts ChirX of Poli...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 June 1893

lt 1 Eft if ?. F i W 1 V I in mzmmmmmBssBsmm Front Monday't Daily, B. 8. Coffman returned today. Peter Moore ii iu from the rancU. Mrs. MiunU WiUoa left today Jor Tucson. Dr. Colbaugh of Xogales is a ieit or to our city. D. Garret w a outgoing passen ger on th stage lajay. S. 31. Barrow left yesterday for California, v. here be goes to tieit liit mother. Arizona has but one bad Indian and be is valued at $5,000, though be is only a Kid. l'ionic parties are popular at thia season of theear, and neatly cery Sunday jja arti'i uit th mountain resorts. School election will be held on June 2 Ith instead of the 30tb, as previously aunouueed. Miss Edith Goodfellow left yester day for Tucson, after a pleasant stay of several days. Lent Overlook came iu this after noon from the ranch. He reports a good rain in the valley yesterday. Wm, Tart, who has been confined to his bed with pneumonia, is recocr ing from his ailment. The Prescott, Phoenix & Santa Fo railroad company have nearly com pl...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 June 1893

UV1LI. i:i:nii. 0rtf'(iyj DjUj, 'Vl TS jriinK.ii- - ' x. tm IpSlP W" J2 , N TOMBSTONE EPITAPH l'UDUSHKD KVKRY SUNDAY BY S.C.UAGO MDMKIITIUX IflTCM One year ?4 Q9 Sis months 2 jO Leliereil by carrier to any part of tliecity for 35 cents per month. A Suzjje.stion. A tannery is another branch of in dustry that can be established hero at a cry mull expense tiuce tho two ma terial, essential to surh an industry arc found here. Charleston, on the San Pedro river, teems to be the proper place for tho tannery. I have seen in Nogiles itber that a'.u launfd in Vrxi o ninth nji oiH.ll til th liJt l&nliptl i.-l tlii. 1 mtnl Slater. I' . MaV.e hii t-.im.mt fill iul but very ht'lr. a ti i.unigrc I jrons tery proU.uaily ail over tl.ie territory. Itueiuees men ol this coun ty are morally obliged to try to detel ope some other resources for tho sup port of this community, if they nant to maintain this town and enjoy its beautiful climate. Y. IIUIKERA. lllsbee Nevis. Mrs. Cliaj. CIaw30n left last...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 June 1893

Pwr jIBBBSIaiwBiHI J'SLl TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JUNE 11, IS9J . --:V JIKX1CO AU1ZO.VV K. It (Tjafic Time.) i NeiTu Bot.sD.1 Sstvtio.n. South Hound. I.t. 9.13 a. w. Ari V " tfi 1.26 p. m. TTi 1.09 " " . . Nojales. . . Ar. I 07 p. m. ..Calabasas.. " 1226 " ..Cnttroden.. 11 10 a. m. .Hiuchuca. . " 9.10 .(Airbank. t ' 7 55 .Icntenuon . 7.43 ..Benson. !Lv. 6.3a a. m. 1:1 r.ox.v fiTiii:AHTi:iiA i: i: f Pacific Time.) STAT!0S, 9.30a. m FairbanL... 620 lfcsttce. 8.15 am 12 oon'p Daily, tzcrpt Suiday. Hen Williams, Supt. Couriii:nv pacific it. tt. 'o. IPaafic Tirac.l EAST BOUND. 4 23 a. m 2 00 a.m. 11. op. m. s'30 p. m. 8. io a.' ra. WEST BOL'.SD. Ar. Benson. ..Ar. 7.50 p. m ' .....Tncson ... " 9.45 p. m " .. .Maricopa. ' 12 50 a. ni ' Yuma. ... " 620 a. m' Lv...Los Ancele..Ar. 4.00 pm X7.Mlxcd trains. carrin; passengers and Ireighi, arnve at Bensoa. east bound, at 2 13 p. ro ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb lone time. Mcnal Kerrfce. fho following is the range ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 June 1893

" K s j THIS - Kl'LTrVAJPIl f p Scmi-Weeelt Tombstone Iitani jQ iHpieUthe noisan.t will be tent f In to aay address for r THE - EPI1VVPI1 2 t one n Wednesday and Sunday J, contains all u the news of the eel"asu appears in Jj theDxn.v rRosrscton- B Tln-eo Months lor !1 l X ive veiitw st ony. -ul v$, iSB52SaS2SS52SBS2S: Scl5cl5HSH5HSa5H5HEE5ESH52S3 - XXT 3. Trjsrrasi aaL-g5a c.i VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JUNK 18. 1893. 0 79. ! v wMUUsabte lombit Js? 1 1 4jl' if I ) T V 7 ) Ji , TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official s aper FJBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Suxiuy) S. C.'BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rtoont St.. Opyaiito City Hall. Hater! In ta Toxbttofi. For ofae u cc&6 :!& matter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayer Chief of Pols.. Gkj. Full Counclmcn: rintWuil - - - Fredl'mi Second Ward - ' - Wm. Bartholomew Third Ward - C n. TaibeU Fourth Ward - - - John Pricdervilte ccu-t orricck'.: beriff - - Scott White Treasurer - - M. D ifenbeer Recorder - - ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 June 1893

-L V I 7 sISSSSSSsISSSSSSSBsmFBbMK ftbfHlt TTIBSTONE EPITAPH. ? UBUSliED EV4.BY Sl'SUAY BY S.C.BAGG Tombstone. Codus Couutr. Amonx i f ftTCUS IM THE KMT OTFlCt At lICOfeD-Cuut MATTE. BY WIRE. Victoria, B. C The eteamer Era presi o Japan arrhed from Hong Kong and Yokohoma today. Mail advices from China state that the Chineeo government trill retaliate against the United States and the Geary law by prohibiting the importa tion of kerosene, and the papers pre dict that other prohibitions will fol low. Little Rock A passenger train and a stock train collided near LSutlrr, Indian territory. Both engine and tho bajjjage and mail cars were telescoped and the stock cars ditched. Amos Frame, engineer of the stock train, and the firemen neza killed. The other fireman, named Stevcnssn, is missing, and Engineer Gctes of the passenger train, U fatally wounded. -Uoru than a score of persons were in jured, some of whom may die. San Fiunci-co Tho stata board cf trade today discussed the proposition...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 June 1893

T w r K v. Kiv rem TfcitrsdW -Dai'll. Steve Aguirre is in Nogales. Fred llevnu is in lro.i,is Hurler canyon ranch. Harry Cook came iu on today's stage from Sau Simon. C. B. Kelton was an incoming pas senger today irom Nogales. See tbe ail o( Kngine Co. No. 1 which appear in another column. Secretary 0. M. Bruce wa an in coming passenger on the stage today. F. J. Watts and family are over from Ash canyon in the Huachuca. Mrs. V. 1C. Meade i in Tucson, having just returned from her eastern visit. The report of the school census just made shons 11G5 school children in I'bienix. Dr. Hamilton is having a summer room built on his front porch, vtithan eye to comfort. The smiling countenance of Tom Smith of Huachuca Siding n.i( seen on the streets todav. He v. Granjon nill loae in the near future for France. He expects to be absent about six months. J. I). Gilbert will leave in a fen days nith teams for Gila Bend, w ieio he will work on the Gila canal, Wm. and John Pierce left today toJ do ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 June 1893

T II, TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JUNE 17, 1893 TU"KV HKXICO A AK1ZOAA It. It (Pacific Time.) Noxth Bovmx Station. Isxjuth Bound. Lv. 9.12 a. in. A'. 9-5, " I n.io ' ij'i.'.o p. in. '.'I 2.09 ." a-S4 " 4 CO ' I Ar 1 07 p ia ii.26 II IO ! I ).10 ' .V5 " 7-43 Lv. o.ao a. m. CalaLtsas.. .( rittrcden UuaihuLa. Fair tank lonttntion , . . Benson . A ItllOXA A HUl'THK.STKIt Kit f raafic Time: lcave. Stations. ashut. Qk30a.ro Fa'rbanlc 8.15am 6 go " hiibee. i3.oon'p Daily, except Sunday. Ben Williams, Supt. OOIITHKUX PACIFIC It. Pacific Tims. fast BOUND. vvfst BOUND. 4.35 a. ro. Ar. Renson.... " Tucson... " ....Ataricopa.. ' Yuma.... Lv. . . joi Anceles .Ar 1 7.50 p, m - " 1 9-45 P- n. . " '13.50 3. m. . 6 20 a. m .Ar ' 4.00 p m. a.00 a. m. op. in. e.3op. ro. &13 1. ro. ITMuH trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at 3 15 p. m ; uest bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Torsb 1 on e tine. Mental Nervlce. The following ia tho range of the thermom...

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