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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 June 1893

TIIE - 32I?ITAi?il fl fj ''VII.WtH.LY ToMEbTOSK I.IITAUI K iU give all the ces and mil U- si nt J In to any address 'or Jfl g B Three AIoiitliH lot- sl ft Plllll-llitlMf Willi blub fa TTTV. EPITAPH W Wednesday and Sunday, contains all b the neusof tieucekas.lt appears i-i S 1 .e Duiv rxosrscToK. In t! 1 ,. t $iS25H5HSH5aS3Scl5HE2SHSSSHS2 j EDITI 0 3" . imlx! wsurschs vafsmnmss . u 1 ft" Wh r t r c xm VOL XV TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and Comity Oll'icial r nper iJBLISHED . EVEUY EVENING (ESLEIT SCNUJLY) BV S. C. BA0.G.. Editor and Proorietor. t OFFICE: J ricmeat St.. Cppoilto City Ilall. Ectwd lalBTitttoL I'atcnreu stcccd 1M m titer OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor - - ... Gjj. Tuts Chefcf ro-iee. First Wa-d second Ward rhi-d Wa-d F.-njrth Ward HugilMsh. Cc-uncilncn: rrwI.FiiJl Wa DarthoIomCw C. 11 Tarb-ll Jobn Irmdfrvulc ccu'Tr o;ncEas: Sheriff rrear-rer Krcordcr D.itiict Attorney Prola'ejudse Holt District Court Baueyor - As-essar Couit Commissioner Scctt Wh w - M. D enbi A. Wentaorth - 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 June 1893

7 ' -m SI 11 Fi'l 2$ w ti - l S" WiBSTONE EPITAPH. VUIOISIIED K bUY SL'MIAY ItV S.C.I! A CO Tombstone. Cochise County. ArUon. 't tMTUf 9 l TN INJ.T OrrKI A .ECOfcfr-ClAM HATTCK. Frvm Monday's Daily. ' Tho city taxes ata now due. Rev. C. R. Xugent U expected homo next week. Asicstor R.ittoa returned jcetenUy Iroiu Pbu-nix, F. C. Kirle left on the outgoing stage today for the World's Fair. j;ieeu condemned mules Trill be old at Fort HfaiUuca on June 27. Watermelons hae made their ap pearauce in the local market. Cholera morbui i expected daily. Mrs. Wm. Nichols and son left jes terday for Napa, Cal. Mr. Nichols accompanied them as far as Benson. John Harris, an old time miner ani lato shift boss of the Silver Bill mine, left today for the Volcanic mines. Miss Nellie Walsh returned ester day from Fhcenix after a short isit to her parents and sisters. Miss Maud accompanied her. The big map of Pima county, in preparation for years by Suneyor Uesrge Roslcruge, will probably be completed t...

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 June 1893

7 .Xi Jl n -. V ..., .' TOMBSTONE EPITAPH i't'nUSHKOKVEUVSl).NUJ UVS.C.IiAGG l BStKllTlOX BT! One year 1 00 Six monllis 2 50 lelivcrej by carrier to any pa: tot tlie city tor Jd cents ir luontli. A Card. I, Clmrlcs Lawton, formerly aiu bulanro Urher at Ft. Huacliuca lor tlie past four year anil fix months, djsire to publish Col. II. E. Xoycs to the public so they can tec the kind of a public servant they bate. Instead of a protector he is a persecutor or the people living in aud around I'ort Huachtic.i. Ou June Slli I saw I.t. Carturip.Ut and told him I desired to resign my position as ambulance driver. My resignation was accepted. On the 10th I moved my family four miles below tlid pust, and accepted a position from Mr. G, II. Cl.uk as mail carrier from Iluachuca Siding to the postof tice where I now live.. On the loth I attempted to vi-ii Ft Huachuc. I was halted by the guard aud marched to tho guard house and read the order j of Col. Xoyes. which Fays that no civilians will not b...

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 June 1893

" " jm'i''''.imii ""Tl ITillHlfil IrmfF J1P MHKiiTi iTTIl WW1!! Ilih I WHIM1 MII11BIMWII HlBill lllllllWIIWi ' ' -yn"? ?:- "tiiat;,ji-,' :ieuvwwfeKniiaB.uc: uk, i-i t .3f..s 11 1 1 1 mi urn nnrriirrt i m'mitMHirrf'T-nrMTinsmapnr Km-- ". !. SMtwEJi -w-u vnmmat' maer iri.i: . f ki -h9e i-., nw: ii, i'tohwtv . "3-"eriBuwsskfric3,"t?7i.n.R rawi --? -:trtj :frf"w inn imn i mhi i in FtaSnak, H -T. " .r ' -: ,-; ' : TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JUNE 21, 18'JJ VW MKMCO A AUIZUXA 11. It (Piafic Time.) Noeth Bol'.sd. Station. 'South Uoind. Lt. 9.13 a. ni. . Negates... Ar. 1.07 jv m. Ar- 9-54 " ..Calatasaj.. u s6 11.10 ..Cnttfoden.. 11 xo a. m. 1.26 jx m. ..Huacbuca. . 9 10 " X09 ..(aixback... " 755 " a-S4 " .Contention J " 7.43 4 00 " ...Ccnson. 'Lt. 6.ao a. m. A UI70XA A. HOUTIIEAKTKIIN II It f Pacific Time. leaf. I Stations, ahhe. 9.30a. m Farbank. 8.15am 6.20 .... ..Hisbee... ... .. laoon'p Daily, excrpt Sunday. Ben Wixuxmb, Supt. OniTTIIKUV PACIFIC It. It. CO. (Pacific Time.1 FAST BOUND. WEST BOU...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 June 1893

:j?"r MMMb! frfr-' .ff fWS.lJg.' ' ' ' " '' 7 -r- rf rt' f"tf2SHSE33SESaSEHES2SaSHSESaSa - & " eSS25ESE5E5E5H5HSESaSBSasaa " THE - T2IITAJPri SMiiAVstKLr Tombstone Khtaiu , will give all the newsand will'bescnt to any address for ittiftltinw f pita EDITI O.ISJ . rrriE - epitvjppi Wednesdays and Sundays, contains all ft theneusof theueek'as it appears in fU Ul the Dailv IKOriCrcK. s S Three 3Iontlis loi- SX S jj Five Oents st Copy. K at" I- I .. V.TT iWSAWUM liiam VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JUNK 25, 1893. NO 81. rj 8- 0 V f f '-fcisamm''-- HaWV I'lir !!. 'TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR . City and County Official f aper KU1IMSUED EVERY EVENING (EaXKIT SUSDAY) BV J S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. ? OrTTCK: .K.I rrctaont St.. OprltCity - IlaU. Euled In taa ToaU:ono PaloZacea ftcend ui mstwr. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Major - "- Fan Chief of l!i.e. - Hujli Pugh. Couccitnien: Tint Ward - Fred Fuss econd Ward - - Win. Bartholomew THrdWard - C. II. Iarbell foa-th Winl - - Joh...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 June 1893

iTy vpr -pr-n .e- 4H'niip5Fp?sw,',-.'3i3?aisp" "TT , r,fnr , , nipi i li'm . - I M Jl ,; uj i - -He TOMBSTONE EPITAPH.! JOBUSUbU EVtKY hlKDAY II Y S.C ljAot. To3bstone.CochU CoaatT. Arirena. IkTEUO 1 THE Ml T OFFICE A tECOiO-ClAM MATTIA. 1 The (election of a qu ililied school trustee is ono of tho most important ! questions now before the totors of Tombstone and ottier lUtricl of Co-1 cliie county. Very few men are fit ted to perform the- duties of the office of school trustee as tliey diou'd be performed. A trustte should be thor ourIiIv well pouted in school affair?, should be of exemplary character and one whose o cry day life is an object lesson in morality. TombsMne lias plenty such citizens. They thoulJ ycot be compelled to announce tlicm rehes to satisfy the public, on the contrary, the public should select the proper persons to be oted for and no good citizen would refusa to run un der such conditions. Every mother has a- ate at school elections in this territory, and to the...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 June 1893

"Onpr irww'TV A -V M " V ft -. . T I ; i ii-5 B Iv ' V , iroiu ZTlursduv's Daily. Mr. T. Morgou ot Norton A Co of Willcov, as m.t. n today. Ti.e 1.ui1j:ok 01 auflb.'KX) )il in I'iim-iui iii iu toiitemplutii.il. P.il. Wiii Herring i an incoming passeugcr today from i'hotmx. S.un Proetor is working at Ihe l!.Ver Iron Works iu 1m Angi-leg. Mrs. K1 Kaneot Ilubee, vvhoc hus band ilieil there Us. r.-icV, rim- in on tlio ttsge today. The assessment roll of Maricopa county shows a tot-il oi $7,500,000 over ?C,2.')U,000 last voir. W.J. Hartlett, formerly laremin of the Descanwi mill, left today on the outgoing stage for a visit to California. Ther will he reuuceu rates on the Southern Pacific July 4 to Los Angel es from all southern Arizona points. tJeorge Conor.', hslf owner in the ISananLi mine at Mantua Ilala is dead. l!c J!" 1 worth a largo fortune. Henry H. Allen, Huuchuca, and W. :. Miller, Denver, are registered at the Cochise. Tom Jouee f urcished bail yoeterdsy for iris appearance b...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 June 1893

Y TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JUNE 24, 1893 VKW JlKVICO Jk AHIZO.NA 11. Pacific Time.) North Bqi-.nu Station. 'South Uounc. I.T. Ar. 0.12 a. m. Nogales. . .Ar. 1.07 p. in. 9-54 "" f,.Calatasas.. lias " lt.10 j.,CnUenCa 1.26 ix m. .Hcachuca. xi 10 a. m. 9. jo 7 55 " 7-43 " . 6.20 a. m. 2.09 CO Fair bank '.Contention I ..Benson. 'Ilv ItlZO.VAi MOUTH JilMTi:it- x: It IPaoSc Time I STMTONS. a30a.nl 6.20 " .Fairbank...... ..ltisbce. 8.15 am laoon'p Daily, rzcept Sunday. Sen Wilxiamf, Supt. OimniKiix PACIFIC It. fraafic Time.l EAST SOUND. WEST B0UM. 4 35 a. tn.,Ar. a.00 a. m.i 11 op. IU.' ' ..Benson. Ar 7.50 p, m ,.. lucsou .Maricopa. . .Yuraa 9-45 p- '"-1 -J I 1 - m j in y v- 1 6 30 a. iu 8.30a. tn. Lr...Los Angles. At 4-QO p ra XJTMixfd trains, canning passengers and freight, amve at Benson, east bound, at 2.15 p. m ; est bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb ton e time. Micunl Service. The following is tho range of the thermometer for the 24 henrs ending 3 o'clock p. m.Ju...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 July 1893

n im"'ih, mipmiP!PV'f i't'ifflWW,'.??1,." ' trtfummmjii, x s uniriw ry"jiiTCp' i HasasHSEHasasHHasHsasBsass.r' rass3,E3asss?.5ffs,gspsr;iTi?.tTc'crasty THE - EPITAl'H JH r-vmrTrr WTTrr . rTO " mnhStoiie Wedn-sdat . and Sundays, contains allj the nettsof iaee"k'as it appears in the I) viLV f-Kl sr-. ion. q SF.MtAVEFI.LY TOMBSTONE IlMTAPH u uiUpeslllbe news and will be cnt n to a& address or tn riK..,w TV-, I. i.. 1 ivive 'enr ii wo,v. uj $ m..,.,' 'iCltCJnr "mr.irirjmcy j UMBur y wsapt'acaEgtPCP VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. .JULY 0, ISO!!. NO 81. M ! II II I II I I I II III II I I ! 'Ill I II II I II I w Jr W .- ?y5i J TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City anil County Official f npei' punMsiiKi) rnvEitv evening (EaX'sit Sunday) S. C. BACG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Prcrcont St.. Oppcslts City Hall. Entered tn ta. Ton.fc.tan. pal 2c. u .eccct k OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Major J-iUs Chief of Tuber. - Hngh 1-nglL Councilrnen: Pint Ward - 1ml Fuas Xcvmd Ward - - Win. Barthol...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 July 1893

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. VlIUUMIaUl EVEltV SlMlAY 1.V S.C.UAI.U Tomlwton.CcMs8 Conntv, Arizona. I .Tf MO M THf KIT OFT! M tf OOftftLAM M4TTI. Thk present condition ot affairs in the goAerurucnt of Cochise county in one not conducho to pro.perity. We haio enough to contend with with llio tlutnp in eilvcr aud its ntleuJant set backs. Taxpayers are struggling to make both cuds meet and pay their dibt. Tho cattlemen aro in a con dition bordering on ruin, and in the ace of all this two boards of supervis ors aio tlruggliog to attaiu nhal they consider their personal rights. Iu the meantime the public is tho sufferer. Most eerious results will follow this condition of chaos unless speedily cleared away. It i time for the pub lic to demand a cessation ot such scenes as those daily presented at the court house. The question of who is right or who is wrong should be dropped from sight. Let the personal feelings of those who aro contending or supremacy be put aside in behalf of tho people whom they...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 July 1893

i 1 V r '? A- ; u .p V from Thurtdav' Daily. W. II. Stillncll is in Frescotl. Ten Italians loll today on the out Eoing staga bound for llioolit country. 15. A. Fickas arrived lust night from Nogalcs ami id taking in Tombstone sights. Dave Kelly, the vv ell known black smith with MePhersoii & Co.. left to day for Chicago. Tho wedding which was to hare comeolTat Benson on tho lib, lias been postponed. No rain has fallen at tho reservoir in the Huachucas and the supply is steadily decreasing. Kains are reported at Detning, Willcox and other ' points in New Mexico and Arizona. Wnf.'vlildreth left yesterday for the valley, where lie goes to work for the Tombstone Cattto Co. A meeting is called for tonight at Schietrelin Hall, al which a general discussion ot county affairs will be hid. '- Wolcott receives freh Blackberries three times per week. Ho received a consignment of that lucious fruit to day. A writ of habeas corpus was issued today out of tho district court for Clin?. Simmons...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 July 1893

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JULY 8, 1SSU vruw jurxico a ahizo.xa ii.it rutiSc Time.) Nokth Boumj. Station. 'South Bovnix Lv. 9.13 a. tu. Ar. 9.54 11.10 ' 1S.26 p. in. Noales. .Cnttfcdcn. .Huachuca. . Ar. 1 07 p. m. " 12.36 ' 11 10 a. m. 9.10 " " 7 5S " " 7.43 " iLv. 6.2a a. nu 3.09 " 4 00 I .Fatfbanl. .Lontenbon 1... Benton. U1ZOX.V A. KOLTIIKAHTKltN K II TPacific Time. Stations. 0.30a. m . .Kairbank... ..lliibee... ..I 8.15am ..lixoon'p b 30 Daily, except Sunday. Bkk Williams, Supt. OOIITIIKKX PACIFIC IC Pacific Time-1 EAST tjBOUND. fcS WEST BOUND. 4.35 a. m. 3.00 a. m. Ar.. .... Benson.. ...Ar.i 7.50 p.m. ....Tucson.... ' 9.45 p. m. ...Maricopa... " lta.50a.rn Yum.1. . . " 690a.n1, Los Al2els Ar .? n n xx. op. m. ; 30 p. m. height triivt at Benson, can uoix.d, ii 2.15 p. rn , ct bound 6.30 a. m. Paafia time i one hour slower than Tomb tone time. LOCAL NOTES. S. C. Bagg returned jesterday from California. Jliss De Villicig will speak in the Methodist church again tonight. JuJge llaker has...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 July 1893

. f" Mrawliwr I rsaSHSHSHSESSSHSHSSSHSSSaSSSSfcV S THE - EPITVJPn n) K nrrfTn - EPITAPH onthitmiie '",. S ( t C Srm Wcfklv Tomhtom: Lpitami ul tire all the news and mil Le sent to any address for Wednesdays and Sundays, contain! all ire n-sof tie ucekas it appear in the Daily rnosi" tor. S Tln-ee lttoiitliK for !1 wiSHS25H5SSHSE5HSHS VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JULY 1(5, 189:?. NO 85. siritam v ifii iPel IIS Hi- i, TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County OUicial t'suer PUBLISHED EVERY KVENING (Ext EFT SUXOAY) j S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rremont St.. Opposite City Ilall. Enteral to tta. ToxLston. lo cftee at .eccd ca xcsttef . OFFICIAL Major Chief cf Police. DIRECTORY. Geo. Fr.ts Hugh lt-gh. icilmen: Fred Fuss Wra. Bartholomew - - C II Tarbell - John lYwdemlle First Ward Second Ward Tt.ird Ward Fourth Ward - - CCUr-TT Sheriff -Treasurer Recorder -District Attorney Probate Judge ClerL District Court Surveyor - -Assessor -Court Commissioner ofnetas:...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 July 1893

miimmiasgSSSM- esn JlJ TOilBSTONE EPITAPH. ?UBUSHEl M'EUV SCSDAY BY S.C.IJACO Tombstone. CochLs CoantT. Arizoaa. TUU l Tw ot omct U UCWXUU TTU. What is Arizona going lo do ton aid being represented at tho Chicago Bi metallic convention! JuixjeSloin can fettle tho present tlilBculty in this county in an hour's time. It is a duty ho ones to the people of this county to do so without delay. Deac old Colorado: With a half dozen more states like her the west would not bo in the condition she is today. A man may well feel proud to call that commonwealth liii native state. The Unier?ity of Arizona has an ad in this evening's Prospectus, to which attention is called. Many im proemenU liae been mado in the personel of tho faculty as well as in an enlarged field of usefulness. It is an institution of which Arizonans should feel proud. Gov. Hlgiii.s has gone to Yuma to consult with Thomas Gates over pris on reform. He t.ikes great interest in this institution and is anxious to see it self supp...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 July 1893

mprft IU 7.m "li. l.iiirriiray'n'nir-w-i mnf" i i A.- '- I X I t ililHL-:' from Thursday's Daily. 00-100 ot an iinh ot ruin fell yester day at this point. M. Mctiuirk wis a passenger on tho outgoing stage toJay. 31.31. Sherman left his family in the cist. toJay to join Scott White and W. K. Perkins fived today from l'ucion. ,' Vice President Stevenson anj vvifo wil will be in Los Angeles tomorrow and lie will be tendered a tilting reception. The luni of fi.72S.51 was appor tioned today by the county treasurer , unions l'10 diflereut school districts of the countv. An orlhcological report of the t-ro-ocedingsot tho board of tupervirnrs .cstcrday appears elsewhere in this evening's PitosrtCTOU. J. r. McAllister left this morning for Nogalcs. From there he Rill go directly to Los Angeles, where lie will male his future home. Allen English received word today from Santa Monica tli.it hi infant son had had u relapse and was rapidly sinking. Ho left on the outgoing stage to join his (amil...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 July 1893

-iK m '??y'lrr'' g-Tdmiirmt m - i ri y ..i!. nwMMWWI j .n.' f ..n, "S1. I - tyi&yjmm umBBm&v-K- -" - t- -. .:tt- .- 'i.ifrimai! i - 3 - , - Ty i -. TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JULY 15, 1893 "M"EW HKXICO ABir.OXA II. It (Pacific Time.) Nokth BOUND. Lt. 9.12 a. m. Ar. 9.54 11.10 f X.36 p. IU. 2.09 " " H " 4 CO ' Station-. 'South Bound. . . Nogales. . Ar. 1.07 p. m. . .Callbasas.. ' 12.36 ..Cnttftiden.. " jx.io a. m. . .Huachuca. . 9.10 ..talrbank...i 7.55 ConUnbon .1 ' 7.43 Hensoa. iLv. 6.2a a. ni. U17.0.VA & NOirrUKAMTUIlX H IS fraahc Time.) Stations. a33a.ro Fairbanlc...- I 8.15 am 620 I Wsbce. Iixoon'p Daily, excfpt Sunday. Ben Williams, Supt. OOIITHKKV PACIJIC It. It. CO (Pacific Time.1 EAST BOVND. 4 25 a. ra 2.00 a. m. xx. op. m. V30 p. m. 8.ya a. m west BOUND. Ar. Benson.. ...Ar. 7.50 p, ra ' Tucson.... " 9.45p.m. " ....Maricopa... " 12.50 a rn Yuma..... 630 a. ra LtL(k Ancd..Ar. 4.00 pm. F Mired trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at 2. 1...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 July 1893

ILui zss&mmsBB?? pii &L " "wuui .i iw 1 1 itfiiinjuni "S;, -, 77P7-S: s V "jiSBSe3H3H3E5SSESaSaS3SHSESH3R. J THE - EPITAPH n Semi-Weekly Tombstok Ehtafu. u unit give all the nesand uillbeseni in to an address for the - epm'apb & nrnhGtittu' nj Wednesdajs and Sundays, contains all fl the news of lbs we 'k as it appears in L the DvilyJPkospctok. Li 7ir ..4. -? rail. ik- .1... a: -a JL 111 L'U XTXUI111IM H.JI- 3-i- h SH5ESSSHSH5HSE52SE5ESESE52 XS XIT X O tf 7 VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, JULY 23, 189'). NO 87. xoiftipb. z M t. . ' SfO TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR! City and County Official Paper PUKLISHE"KVETtY"EVEXlXG (Ezueit Sunday) S. C. BAGG. E.lilor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rremant St.. Oppcsito City Hall. Esttrcd la the Ttaib.lon roiofflwu ftsccnj ' lliM etttcr. OFFICIAL DIUECrOItY. Mayer LhK-fof Po'lce. Geo. Fius Hs'h 1-ugh. v Coancilmen: First Ward r Fred Fuss cond Ward - - Win Rartholon-ew rhird Ward - C I! Tarbell Fourth Ward - - John Prmdervil: cCDSTt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 July 1893

Ui. LCOMBSTOISE EPITAPH tVBUSUEU KVEKY SttMMY DYS.C.IUgG IllhCUmieX KATES Ono year $j 00 Bw months 2 50 lVlhen.il by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents ycr month. Km, the Apache. U still at large. The reward of $5000 docs not eeu stimulate an Arizonan to hunt him. In the face of this we kick about hard times. It is Slid that Aritona has more money per capita in circulation than nny state in he union. This is wl y we have had no hank failures during the past iho jeans. Those who censure Gov. Waite for his sentiments on the i-iher question were neer intended to make a mark in the nest. Strong language is neces sary at times to make some people understand thoroughly what ie mean. It is said that the exhibits of the territories of Arizona and Ken Mexico at the World's Fair are to bo the ba;is for the report ef the senate committee upon our condition for statehood. This is a terrible blow to our fond hopes of being admitted into the union of states. Get.onimo, the old Apach ren...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 July 1893

- - r ) ? L k Inm Thuniav't Daily. Froo silver at Schieffelin Hall to-n'glit. J. II. Norton, l'boenix, is registered at the San Joe. Ladies arj especially invited to be present at Schieffelin Hall tonight. The family of Maurice Foley re turned to Tombstone today after several weeks absence. A I'lucnix mule has given birth to a colt. This is another evidence of the wonderful climate of that part of our territory. From the San Bernardino ranch word cornea that the whole country is flooded with water. K.iins occur daily and the grass is growing rapidly. Wolcott bought t-evcr.il hundred pounds of peaches and apples today and tho first watermelons of the sea son. They were raised on the river. Mrs. I.. C. Hughes, on behalf of the W. C. T. U. of Tucson. Iiao presented the hospital at the Yuma penitentiary with three cushioned rocking chair, which are most acceptable. W. R. Jackson, one of tho propriet ors of the merry-go-round, returned today from Willcox upon the receipt of a telegram fr...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 July 1893

I 1 T "W"K HKSICO A AHlrOXA H. K. (I'iciCc Time.) Noxtii Bousi. Station. soutii IIOl'MX Lt. 9.13 a. m. .. Novates... 'Ar. 1.07 p. in. Ar. 9.54 ' ..Calabasas.. 1226 " i 11.10 " ..Cnttroden.. " 11.10 x m. 1.26 p. m. .Huachuca. . 9.10 2.09 " ..Far ba.nl... 755 ' " 54 " .Contention . " 7.43 " "400 ..llrason. Lv. 6.20 a. m. A 1IIZON A MOL'TIIKANTKHN It II Pacific Tunc Stations, 0.30 a. ml, o.ao " I. ..Faubanlc... . .liisbee.. . 8.15 am aion'p Daily, except Sunday. Btv Williams, Supt. OOITTHKItV IMCIl'IU rPacjfic Time.1 n. it. c KAST BOUND. WEST UOUNO. 4.35a. m Ar. Reason..... A r 7,50 o, m 3.00 a.m. Tucson.... " 9.45 p m. 11. op. m. ' .. Maricopa. . 12.50 a ro 3op.m. Yuma ' 6 20 a. n" 8.0 a. ro. Lt...Los Angeles. .Ar. 4.00 pm. 17Mixed trains. carr)i2g passengers and freight, amrr at Benson, east bound, at 2.15 p. ra ; west bound 6.303, m. Pacific time Is one Jhour.slowcr thin Tomb tone titae. LOCAL NOTES. Wo are still the treat. one mail short from Kifty-eight million ounces of silver wc...

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