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

--',.? : ta ;i 'J 2SaSE3aS2S2SESESBHHSESESi!S r 5HSaHa3E5a5a52SHSESHS2SSS&. 1 "I TIIR T?Trn a --. .a.m. Ji. J-JL-JIX M.U1.WEH.LV "IOMRSTOSE Km AIM ill Kie all the news acl ill be sent to apy address 'or mnbttonB TTiT: - EPITAPH m Wednesday ami Sundays, contains all the news of the week as it appears in the D vily.Prosfsctor. 1 TM..w I." i... .-.-.. fc t. .- xiiviiiiiM tor !7x "1 r7:-,. -,,.,.-. -i nj -a- a J CI1L ix. a m SH5HSHSE525H5HS2SES25ES2Be SS2HH5H5H5asa5asaBH52SH5E5S J 7 n VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2G, 1893. KO 88. P - a XF 951f i?- " TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR' Citv ami County Oilici.il fnper PUBLISHED EVERY" EVENING (EXCEPT SlTNDAY) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rrcmoat St., Cppoiilo City nail. Fttcred 1utbTon,ttoD FpscXcota nd tlkuratttit OFFICIAL DIIlECrOUY. Ml) or Chief of Police. Geo. Fms lljghri-Eh. . Ccuncilmen; First Ward - Fred Fuss second Ward - - Win Bartholomew Third Ward - C a Tarbeil Fourth Ward - - - Jchn IVinderill...

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 July 1893

IE r -t m i-nL. -,, , . ' H7 Tt - " t:t " "yi r.- "r T".""T' " " .. M 1 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'STJUSHKD KVEUV SUSUAY BYS.C.BaCQ glBaCllllTIO KATkt One year 4 00 6ix mouths 2 50 IMheretl by carrier to any part of tliecity for 3.ri ccuts ier moiitli. Some ot the leading papers of the republic of Mexico advocate the sus pension ot pajment or interest or principal on the public Jibt of that country until cucU time as the two meUls shall become closer in their relations to each other. Tho debt of Mexico was contracted w hen gold and eiher were nearly at par with each other. The bond and interest there on ncre made payable in gold. As the bonds become duo they must be paid in cold, which is at a frightful premium. Mcico is not responsible for this state of afliurs. It is the bondholders themselves who have de preciated siher, and the Mexican theory, which is certainly a good one, is that they should lie down in tho nest they have befouled. N country has been maligned or lied about more than ...

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 July 1893

4fT r 'if m u "Vr j TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. "UBUFHEU EVKKY SUMIAV BY S.C.IUCO Tombstone. Cochise CoantT. Anioaa. IftTUES Ml THI FO.T OFTICf At teo0-CLAM MATTl. From Tuesday'! Daily. Wm.Graf left jeaterday lor Cali fornia. There was no mail from riicrnix today. The board of aupemsora met at 1 p. m. today. Mrs. P. IS. Warnelcroa is still con- fm- "V bed with rheumatism. Jacob Trobridgc i. Co. is the firm name that succeeds that of C. I). Gtge A Co. The banl. of Oklahoma City. O. T. has reopened. The cUy id in a health) financial state. A. I. Grow loft today for tbo cist, lie mil ieit Chicago and his old home in Mic'iigan. It is bclioed that tho financial flurry in Kansas City is over. Fue banks hae gone under. On August Ttli jou can go from Benson to Santa Monica and return for $31 03; tickets good tr sixty dajs, Mark Smith has written to U. S Attorney EUinwood that he is opposed to the consolidation of the land offices. The Journal of Agriculture of St Ixmis sajs the deficit of wheat thii...

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 July 1893

JUL MHHBBjjflJajlfr "B " " " - - -T IfcMH,!!' ..uur :74T "- lnt "" T! rJl!lBBfr.HfcflWJOTll IrlblilUiSLiKK? "T- Jn, ' ' "fP ' -. t i i - . '.,' 'i- . -MTrWfc3 SfKW HKXICO AK1ZOXA R. K. (Pacific Time.) Nokth Boi'sn. Sivtion. South Hound, I-t. 9.13 a. m. . Noele...iAr. 1.07 p. m. Ar. 9.51 ..Calahasaj.. ' i I 10 " ..Criltrrden.. " 11 io'a. m. 1 1.26 p. m. .Iluachuca. . 9. to " 109 " .Finback... I 755 " S( " .Contention .1 " 7.43 " 00 " ..rnon. ILt. 6.u a. m. iitU!UMihoiTn:.iTi:in k ii Pacific Time. leae.I Srvnoss. arkue, 9.30a. m FairbanV. 8.15am 6ao ' Histf. taoon'n Daily, ezctpt Sunday. Bkn Williams, Suj t. OOIIT1IKUV 1'ACIKJO K. M. IO Pacific Time. BOCSO. STATIONS. I bound, f. 4 25 a. m Ar. IVnson.....Ar 7.50 p, m 3.00a.m. Tucson.... " 9.45p.m. 11. op. m. " ....Maricopa... ' ia.50 a m- S'3op.m. '" Yumi 6 20 a. m' 8.30 a. m. Lt...Lo Angelrs..Ar. 4.00 p m. fyMixetl trains, carrying passengers and fraht, amw at Benson, eait bound, at 2 15 p. m ; vest bound 6.30 "a. m. Pacific time is o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 July 1893

i ,,,, , , mi I S T- TjS3ss3B3ssssEsesssasesEsesf THE EPIT-AJPIl $ TIIE - TCPITAPH & Mtlltow jjj fcEiii-WkEkLT Tombstone Efitami jy ill (rive all the news and vill Ik Kilt Li t j any address for u) Tlii-eo ItlontliM for !"1 rj Wcdaesda)S and Sundays, contains all jl t) nes of theiscek as it appears in Gj tlicOviLY-Fl.osrVnoR. 4 tSBSaS2S5SH5HSHS25I E3 DIT X G3XT . 4 TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. .TULY.GO, 1893. NO 89. s lliitatl X "1 o tsv l p -w E Kb - f- fe l - s- : f'- SaJ V&& "W VOL XV TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR i City ami County Official faper PlIBI.I.SHKI) EVKBY EVENING (Exueit Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rrciront St.. Opposite City Hall. "entered In th.Toxbstone roscXc.aa sccccd llasmsttt-t. . OfFIClAL DIRECTORY. Mayor - Geo. Fitts Chref oT Police. - - Hugh Pugh. Councilmen : First Ward - Fred Fuss Second Ward - - Wm Rartholomeur Third Ward - C. B Tarbdl Fourth Waid - - John Pnndenrilie ccuhT omcKks: Sheriff - - - Scott Wh.te IWsurer ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 July 1893

MKSSiSffiUb&iSidttflfi am LCOilBSTONE EPITAPH 1'HJUSHKU kVKKY SUNDAY UV S.C.UAOQ felESl'UltTIO KATES Onoyear 54 00 Six months , 2 50 LVlhered by carrier to any part ot the city for 35 cents cr mouth. Every congressional district in the United State should form a filter club or hate a leader tt ho would get tho name of eery oter in it attached to a petition demanding of tho re spective representatives in congress that they support and toto for a free coinage bill. The money in circulation in the United States amounts to about $1S per capita, probably less, but cer.ainly not more. This country can never jirosper as it should with a less circu lation than $-10 per capita. Where do our cold bugs calculate to get the increased circulation? Hare they a 2lan? Xoone has cter heard of it. No: they want a gold standard, a con dition that will enslave the people and make (he money kings our masters Wars are a thing 01 the past. Those who fondly nurse the belief that a war between European ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 July 1893

1 ) 5t K. TTIBSTONE EPITAPH. ?UUUSHKD EVERY Sl'NDAY BYS.C.BAGQ TtmbsUne.CocliUa CoantT. Aruoita. t.TIKM m THt f08T OfFICI JU MCOfcDlAI MATTCft. .from Friday's Daily. W. C. Grien has rccehcd ihe hay contract at Fort llutichura. Henry Cook and family are now domiciled in the Tnecd house 011 2ml etrcst. Oniu; to the financial depression, the El Paso Bullion will iesue here after ns u semi-monthly instead of a I weekly. AlleD Kngl.'sh came homo today from Santa Monica. He stopped off at Yuma for a few days on hid return Mrs Eu;!iili and children arc till at the seaside. Mrs. H. Schmiediiij: left toJay for Tucson nhero she willwsither parents and brothers and sisters, and take a much needed rest. She will remain away a fortnight. There arc but two ways of increas ing our circulating medium, either by increased silver coinage or the issuance of paper money backed by jawbone. Which will jou hate? X. X. Miller has sold his interest in the drug store run under his name to Dr. Hamilton and 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. — 30 July 1893

unci ill i i mi i i "."lu""Hiu, ''j. tVHBIPWff. i-- "T" t. i . r-i-rr nttiinitrriinii'iififKnaliiQllQGljffiliCdl ft 1 c .) JfEW HKXIt'O ABIKOXA R. K (raafic Time.) Nostii Bot'Na I.t. 9.1J a. m. Ar- Q-54 " 1 11.10 " i.r6 t ra. 7 a.09 " S4 " " 4 00 ' Station. South Bound. Nngata.. ..CnttMidrn. ..lluic'mca. , .Falrtark.. .Lcntmlion , ...fee son. Ar. j. 07 p. m. " M i 11 to a. m. ' 9.10 ' " 7 55 " " 7.43 " Lt. 6. go 9. m. A KIK0A A HUL'TIIUAHTKRX It n (Pacific Time. I 0.30 a. ml.. 6.20 Stations, .Fairluot 8115am ..Hitbee. luoor.'r Daily, tzcfpt Sunday. Br.v Williams, Supt. CminiKux ricinc . m. en I'iofic Time.l Tfast hound. WEST BOUND. 425a. m Ar. IVnSon.....Ar 7 50 p. ra s.00 a. m Tucvn.... ' 5.45 p. m 11.0p.m. ....Maricopa... " ia.50 a. ra 30p. m ' Yumi. ... " , 620 a. m 8 30 a. ra. I.t...Los Ancdfcs..Ar. 4.00 p ra. X5"Mlifl trains, canjicc passergcrs and freight, amvr at Benson. eat bound, at 2 15 p. m ; wet bound 6 30"a. ro. Pacific tune i one (hour slower than Tomb tone time. LOOAL...

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 August 1893

;1KaS: --'" if t.-;s P!$T '! H QsssasaaasasasESESHsaaESESHsi rffi5asasa3HSH5HSHSSS2SSS2SHSa t'utt! vuifHAim TnR . ir:iiri-'vrri bLMI.Wa.LkLT ToilBSTOSt UrlTAril will Kite all the nevsand ulllbescnt lo any address for Wedanda)sand.Sunda)S, contains all S the neusof tie ucekas it 'appears IQ II.. D VILV3,.0irsCTOIt. r H Five ,OentH a, Coy. iiSaSH5H5H5HSasa5HEHSHSH52S2Si L iS25H52SaSHSHHa5HSESH5HS25E&' F.DITI 3K2" . VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1S93. NO 90. IV .r k TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official faper PUBLISHED' every evening r (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and1 Proprietor. OFFICE: Fremont St.. Oppotito Citynall. "tstaM.1 In la. TomUtone Pol mc w Mecca lafttmttter. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mai or Geo. J-ltls Hugh Push. Chief of Tolice. Councilrnen: First Ward - - - . - r"f Fu Second Ward - - m nxrtholornew Third Ward - - - , CM. Jarbell oarth Ward - - Join Pnadertille CCUr-'TI ofhceu: ca. . - J-cott nue Treasurer Recorder - . Distri...

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 August 1893

jtfl LCOMBSTONE EPITAPH t'imusiiKu hTEnv Sunday bvS.C.Uaqq MBMltllTlUX KATLS Onojoar ?1 00 Six months 2 50 Delhered by carrier to any part of tlic city for 35 cents jcr month. Fbance with lisr conquest of Siam ese territory, has more tlinu one white elephant on her hands. France and Siam liau a tilt, 0tt which no blood was spilt. France hauled off to hit a lick, But Siam tumbled do ilish quick. Gov. Hughes' enemies hae thus far been unable to pick a flaw in his administration. Those opposed to his appointment aro becoming his best friends. He has not surprised his supporteis and has disappointed his opponents. Hair Mecron Old The thread that blinds us to life is most frequently eered are the meri dian of life is reached in the case of persons who neglect obvious means to Tencw failing strength Vigor, no less the source of happiness than tho con dition of long lifo, can bo created and perpetuated where it does not exist. Ilioueands who hae experienced or are cognizant including many ...

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 August 1893

-.11 r H r l & -. i" TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Published kteuv Sdxday by S.C.IHgo Tombstono.Cochiss Cocntr. Arizona. KkTIfttD IN TM fOIT OrnCI Al MCOHB-CLAta kATTtft. Krom Tuesday' Daily. 25-100 of an inch ol rain fell in Tombstone last night. Ttio Maisosi Dorcc restaurant closed this morning far the coason. The stage was two hours Into to-day owing to a washout on the X. M. S A. road near the Grand Central spur. Igo'a ranch furnished Tombstone with a load of peaches esterday that nre cry choice. Wolcott took the entire load. John Buckmcster has accepted a position at F. X. Wolcott'a store. He will hare charge of the store while Mr. Wolsott is eat. Herbert Gage. Georgo Sletcalf and C. X. Cummings have formed a part nership and will open a butcher ehop in IHsbec. They hae been called the "big 3." The Arizoni Monthly Weather Magazine is the name of a new publi cation ai Tucson. It is a valuable addition to the literature of our ter ritory, rubliihed monthly fl per annum. J. H. Tippett ca...

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 August 1893

IfpsfTiFr - EST -. Jf $ If 1 TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR AUGUST, 2, 1893 JO-K1V SKMVO AUIZO.VA U. li. (IVicific Time.) No&th Bocmx Lv. 9.13 a. m. Ar. 9-54 " ;.! 1.36 p. n. 5 J 1.09 " 54 " STATlOt SOUTH llOUVD. .. Novates... ..CaUbasas.. ..Crutrnden.. ..Huachuca. . ..Fairbank... .Contention . . ..Renson. At. x.07 p, ra. " xi.36 " ' 11. so a. rn. " 9.10 " 7-55 '' ," 7.43 " I.t. 6.3U a m. KIZO.WV A HOl'TnKAHTi:X li 1C friofic Time. leae. Stations, akkiae. 0.30a. d .........Fairbank. 8.15am 6.20 ' I Hisbgg. ixoon'r Daily, except Sunday Be; Williams, Supt. OOl'TIIEKX 'PACIFIC lit. It. CO f Pacific Time.1 Eeast HOUND. 4.15 a. ra 3.00 a. ra il, op. m. 530 P- ox 8. to a. ra. STATIONS. WEST BOVSB. Ar. Benson..... Ar. 7.50 p. m meson.... " 9.45 p. m ....Maricopa... ' ra.50 a. m Yuma ' 6 30 a. m Lr...Los Anreles..Ar. iooddl' X7Mixed trains, canning passengers and freght. atnm at Benson, cast bound, at 2.15 p. ra ; est bound 6.30 a. m. Padfic time is one lhourfc slower than Tomb-tone.ume. LOCAL NO...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1893

jS25a5H32SE52SES25E5HEELSE5H3R,'' THE EPITAPH THE - EPITAPH g Wednesday and Sunday?, contains all ji the news of the v eck as it 'appears in fi? lheDAiwPKOrsCToit. ;d n SEMI.WELkLY ToMB!.TOE ErlTAPH JQ Ulcieallthe neusand illbesent In tb any address, for $ Tlii'eo IMomUiw for tl H Five Jeiitw a. Oopy. Ly I SH5HSH5H5HSH5HSE5H5S5H5H5I -ithi1icbcclh)cliibci.cLbclbcii3iic' J 3 X2lT VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 1893. NO 9S ImiPiniiif "dM 4? TkHk Win WjdT'i - Tccson-. - WB? 7 ycx t r fe J .&glMB m . "x&m Ik. A3g? ffi'P J fZri-Pi?T UR' J fiitM?Srf HsK 1 wmksA Wam$ ' KmJB m ,' wti B&C tleftA S5Tf ? W-. ' 3av Ss ' W Will fen- " e It O 1 1 gut j. (, TOMB! TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv and County OHicial I'aper ?UItI.ISlli:U EVERY EVENING (Except Suxdaij) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rremont St., Oppcslto Citv Hall. Eat.rf tn ta. ToiUuik NroEnu isocna OFFlUlAli DIRECTORY. Mayor Chief of Poli: Gto. Fitts lIUh 1UU. Councilraen: Fast Ward - F"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. — 13 August 1893

"SPSJj '-?' "V4v " $iT v'- H BssTjm" Myv u w" "lJM' TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'UDUSITKD EVERY SUNDAY tlYS.C.lUGCJ sntscitiraov katlm One year $4 00 Six months 2 CO Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents ier month. These is a rainbow of promise visible, one end ef which rests on the dome of the national capitol and the other upon the horizon of the Pacific slope. One of the most earnest advocates of free coinage of silver is the Los Angeles Herald. While its contem poraries are either mum on the sub ject or against us, the Herald pegs away with a devotion lha. is admir able. Its editorials are sound and are appreciated in Arizona. Nine-tenths of all the advertising agents and large advertisers through out tlio United States are cancelling their advertising contracts, while many of them are settling their ac counts with notes civen for two jcars unsecured, interest at S per cent per annum. Build up one big city in central Arizona and a hundred other towns will feel the sti...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1893

SssSJSsBSBtt" iv it t x s V u t A I'aIBSTONE EPITAPH. Yl'BLISHKU KTKSY SUNDAY BY S.C.BAGG Tombstone. CochUo CountT. Arizen. laTfaca in Thi wT orrxi At StCCMia-ClASt matiu. From Friday't Daily. Scott White buiiucss today. went to Bisbce on John Nobile is in Tempo and has joined il;s Tombstone colony there. Uio county pile driver was talen to SL DaiJ today to be used in tho re pairing of the bridge, which is badly damaged. If tho Tucson ball club wants to tackle the champions again lor any thing from 07 cent dollars up they can bo accomodated by the Tomb stone nine. The county treasurer is paying all outstanding warrants on the treasury drawn by the bord cl supervisors, of which James Heilly U chairman. The infant daughter of Mrs. S. Gal len. is very ill with brain fever. The mother, who was in llibfe, arrived yesterday in response to a telegrum telling of tho littlo one's condition. Y. K. Meade came in today frum Tucson. He will remain a few days before returning to Tucson. Mrs. Mead...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 August 1893

i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR AUGUST, 12, 1893 KV MKXICO A AKIXOXA 11. It (Pacific Time.) Noxiu Bocnd. Station. (South Bound. Lt. 9.13 a. m. r- S4 " IX. 10 ' ftx.36 p. m. k -9 " J" S4 " . ' 4 OO " . Nogal...,Ar. x.07 -p. m. ..Calaba&as.. 12 a6 ' ..Cnttrnden.. ' xi 10 a. m. .HuathuCL. ,. ' 9 10 . .rairbank.. f 7 55 .Contention . " 7.43 ...Benson.. Lv. 6.ao a. n. A Ul.UNAA MOl'TllKAMTKKN K II Pacific Time. I lea e. Stations, Akt e, 0.30a. m Fairbank. 8.15 am 6 jo Bisbee. ia.oonp Daily, exempt Sunday. Ben Williams, Supl. QOCTIinttXITACIFIC II. ft Pacific Time! fEAST BOUND. WEST BOUND. 1 4 25 a. m 200a.ro. 11. cp. m. V30 P- ": 8 3 a. ra Ar. BenSon.....Ar 7.50 p, m nriryn . . . . " 9.45 p. m . ' ia-50 a m . .YP-jiV.. 620a.n1 Lt...Los Angeles. .Ar. 4.00 p in.' y Mired trains, carrying passenrs and freight, arme at Benson, eat bound, at 3 15 p. ra ; west bound 6 30 a. m. Pacific time 1$ one thoursloer than Tomb tone time. Signal Nerrloe The following i& the range o! the thermometer for th...

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 August 1893

''KTK J 7tLv TiT" l)SWU"l '"9" s5SB9BSBBE9eSe5BSa8BSB5aS(kv asssasase sasHsasasesasasasio THE - EPITAPH m ft THE EPITAPH fcEMi-WEEKLT Tombstone EriTArii mil jie al the news and will be sent to any address for Wednesdays and Sunday, contains all JJ23 the news of tVeweckas it appears in the DAILYJjrKOSrsCTOK. Trr.s. si -j i jf avaj vuiit x vcjiay. in LSsB5H5H5E5HSESH5H5H525E5H5Z. SSaSHSHSBSH5a5asa5H52S35ES2.J 3E3 IIT X OlT VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1890. NO 91. J6 WW ' ? il X '. JU r TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OUy anl County Ollicinl Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKJT SCKDA.Y) C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICfc: . Treaont St.. Opposite City Uall Ectsrol la tat Tombitjn Pol ila a nd Zlijs matter OFFICIAL DlltECrORY. Mayor CtieT of Police. Geo. Flits Hugh ruga. Councilmen: First Ward - - - . ? Fuss Second Ward - - Wm Bartholomew Third Ward - - - . C. B Ty;l.eU oanh Ward - - John Prinderville ccot otficb: Shena - - - Scott nle Treasarer - - M- ? &...

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 August 1893

BSK v ii i Hi 1 fa 1 ! I 11 iA .TOMBSTONE EPITAPH f til L1SHKD EVERY SL'.NUIVIIYS.C.UaGO SlBSt'KlPllo KATLS One year $4 00 Bix months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part ol the city for 35 cents per month. Ouovek Clsmjlxo has founded a new party. If lilvcr must so. tho nest aud south will go with it in the cud. A good many congressmen are talking through Mr. Cleeland's hat these days. Of the tiro ridiculous finauciil pol icies, gire us the Sherman act in place of a SO to 1 ratio. " President Cleveland is in ill health. Let us be charitable aud ascribe his jellow ideas onfinanco to a whiteccrs ol the liter. It is IG to 1 straight from tho shoulder. Any other ratio will make merchandise of eiher, and make us the laughing stock of tho world. It is high time that the county hos yiul nas closed up and every indigent sick person paid a pension. It is get ting to bo an expensive luxury. Amis who adocates free trade from principle and then speaks against Mmetalism is a dunghill dema gogue...

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 August 1893

pS9NM L1 4.- i li kV 'I r,5 x T-CBSTONE EPITAPH. ubushed kveuv Sunday r.vS.C.BAGO Tombstone. CocMss County. Arizona. IKTCIC3 I TMC POT OFFXt. AS SEC0IO-CUM M&TTtB. From 7VJay' Vail. W. C. Head returned homo today. Over an inch ol rain (ell at Tucson on Sunday. West Howell and 51. Shearer, of Bisbce, have returned from Chicago. The San Simon round-up will com mence ork today from the ranch of John Gray. Frank Wolcott And family, Mm. Frank Broad and Mrs. S. T. Carr were passengers on the outgoing 6tage today. In Juno last thero wore extracted in Sonora 1,407,300 pounds of ore, and in the corrcspondinc month of last. ear 1,-111,-100, Miss Crude Fellis and Joseph Riboil, of Dragoon, were married by Judge KIchols of Wilcox on tho 11th inst. The groom it section Joremt.n for the S. P. Co. The Star says that the depressed financial conditiou now prevailing throughout the country, has not dis figured thi Tucson ball club in the least, and they are still in the ring ready 'for all comers...

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 August 1893

.Jstess iT-asf-mjiHt,. iJ Vl-3 niirtPitftTiHiTilTffiTHaaMWaa 3BffSEK7if,j)gi Dull iTMi wnyi.Ji hi W ,! !iimwnu-F -,, , . . wmiiii)HCj' "i ' tUWji?'' i ' lf 'PJT?t vt "' M TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR AUGUST, 1C, 1893 "J-EW XUXll'O A ABIZOX.I H. II (Pacific Time.) Koxra Bound. Lt. 9.12 a. m. n.io 3s.s6 p. m. t 3-Og " ; s4 :; ' 4.0a ' Statios. South Bound. . . Nocalrs... ..Calatasas.. ..Cnttrnden.. . .Huichuca. , ..Fait bar!.., .Contention . ...Ctnson. . (At. ILy. 6.M a. m. 1.07 p. m. 12.36 " 11.10 a. m. 9.10 " 7-55 " 7.43 " A 1XIZOX.1 A KOI'Tlir.ANTKUV 1: 1: (Pacific Time I leave. Stations. akkhe. a33j.ro Fairbanfc. 8.15am 6.20 " Kiibce. . . . . . . ia.oon'a Daily, ezctpl Sunday. Brx Williams, SupL Coiitiii-.ux iMciric 11. Pacific Time.'; EAST BOUND. 4.25 a. m 3.00 a. m. xi. op. in. V30 p. m. 8. to a. m. STATIONS. WEST BOUND. . -jntHcTcJSrt- A'..' '.- - L'p,m " Tnxso-Jl , in ' ....Maricop-. 1- --o a. m" . . Vltm f. in m' ILt. ..Los Angeles. .Ar. 400 p.m. yMixed trains. carrying rassergers an...

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