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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 August 1893

'fysjES HQMjgH rw$ wSSS3SE32SaSSSEH2SaS2SHSESaSR 5 THE - EPITAPH $ r3SHSBSHSH5HSHS25HSH5HSHSHSSJ ft s rrnE J2rirxivxii Seui-Wllvut ioubtone UriTAm HI give all the ncsand u ill be sent to any address tor 'ii.. - - - .. . .. Li WcdneJj) mil Sut.i? i) centum ally-1 W j the ueHiof t'te ctk a$ it appears m (n the IMlLYlKuar&CToK. In .1 -i .. . -. " nJ i S2SESS5H5 E5HSESESE5H5ESE5E JSaS2S2Ha5a5H5aSH5H5H5aS2? j VOL xv TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, AUCiUST '23, 1S93. NO 90. sr EDITIOH. Q vj w )- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City ami County OiIici.il Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Scsday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Freinont-St.. Opposite City 11 all. "Entered In th Tasibstoi.. P0H.2J.M Mccnil UuinutUr. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor Chief of Police. Geo. Fitts Hugh I'arjh. Councdmea: First Ward - - - Fred Fuss Second Ward - - Wra Bartholomew Third Ward - CD Tarbell oarth Ward - - John Pnudervillc CCO'T OFFICER: 5otri3 - - Scott White Treasurer - - M. D fecribne...

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 August 1893

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'CDLISRKDSVERY SUNDAY BYS.C.BaOO IIBIWlUrTIV BATE One year 34 00 Six months 2 CO LVlhered by carrier to anyart of the city for 35 cents per month. Frek coinage notild increase Uc ratio of population in Arizona 20 to 1. We are iu fmor cf that LinJ of a ratio, cr even J1S to 1. The absurd report that TrnnU Heney will be appointed district iJge of this district, is on a par with the rumor that Cle eland is going to re sign. Politics do not bother the people of Arizona just now. Some of tlio email fry are trjing to get up a scrap, but the people have a bigger fight on their mind. We hae all joined hands for a common purpose. Carter Harrison, mayor of Chica go, says if he ere president he would rcliee the stringency of the money rnarLct in thirty daj s by pajing out siher dollars mettad of treasury notes Every ono would want to get rid of the bulky stuff and it would keep well circulated. The assurance that the Sherman net will not be repealed is causing im mense shipm...

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 August 1893

ggjW,. g -wgge. - S- SWi V'fvy w mmmmzi 1 I M $ ? a: ft l V I 1 5- - Os Z- T'MBSTONE EPITAPH. Vl'BUSlIED EVKBV SUNDAY 11 V S.C.IUCQ Tombstone. Cochise Count r. Arizona. CftTtttO I. TMC fOIT OWICC At aiCOiiDClAM HATTtft. JVom Tuesday's Daily. Tucson had an inch ol rain last nicbt. II. L. Chandler, the shoo dealer of l'lienir has assigned. Tiie Maricopa & I'huniix road is again badly washed out. V. K. Meado ranio up from Tucson today and will remain with us for a few dajs. Miss Bertha Hi-rrin: has Lccn com missioned a notary public by Go. Hughes. The Tucson bill club is liming daily practice, preparatory to mating it interesting for tho Tombstone bo vs. 1 Mr. Jackson and wife who have been stopping at Mrs. I'cclcstons, It-It today for Deming where tho former will join his merry-go-round. The total levy for territorial purpo ses this year has been fixed by the board of equalization at 97 cents on each hundred dollars of valuation. Richard Wood, eon of II. V. Wocd, returned home tod...

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 August 1893

9V ffiTSiH ,1 -,5f-r i ?S If TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR AUGUST, 23, 1S93 J-KW JJKXIO) AIIIXUXA II. It (I"arific Time.) North Bound.! Station. 'South Dockr, I.t. 9.12 a. m. ' 9-S4 " 11.10 " 1.26 p. m. a.09 .. .. . Negates..,. . .Calabasas. . ..Crittroden.. ..Huachucx . ..Fair back,. .Icnttnnon . ..Benson. . At. 1.07 p. ra. " 12.26 " ' 11,10 a. m. ' 9.10 " " 7SS ' 7.43 fi Lt. 6.50 a. m. a hixu.a a hoi:thkintku k It f Pacific Tunc lea c Stations, akki e. 9,30 a. m Fairbank. 3.15am 6 go Uisbee i2.oon'r Daily, except Sunday, TJtn Wiluams. Supt. CtTHKK PACIFIC IC. IL CO Pacific Time. HAST BOUND. 4.25 a. m 3.00 a. m. n.cp. m. S'50 P- ni. 8. -?o a. m. BOUND. Ar Benson Ar. 7.50 p, ni ' Tucson.... 9-45 p-m. ...Maricopa... 12503.171. Yuma 6aoa.m Lt...Los Angeles. .Ar. 400 pm, sMTMixed trains, carrying passenger and freight, arme at Benson, east beend. at s.15 p. m ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is cse hour slower than Tomb stone time. McbbI Hcrvlvc. The following is the range of the thermomete...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1893

KA " ii a. .. TW-V "t!' W'; wffi jt; te - - - v 'WSIO ra SJ bCUI.WU.kLT Touutuie EriTArii j WI i all the news and U be sent In to any address for -? Wednesday and Sunday. contains all W ibe newsot OiCcrku it jppciri in Ifcc DAILYrxtorSCTQX. 5. Kl Tlireo Morxtliis for Sl i:r.h r I . . --... n LSaSES2Sa5E525HSH5SSH5HS2Sc v V. .-- A ? Vr Ji jV-V .x ! 1 1 V ul "-" " " .. r,1r"-lr"Tf- I "w, "- - J VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 1893. NO 97. V , t JTHE - EPITAPH - Uiomli&totir f ptiapfc EBITIOIKT. K1 ,1 'ft I ' i '1 r t y h.-tr- S.f TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Oltv anil dmnty Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (ExtlKTT SUKDAY) ' S. C. BAGG. Editor and PrcDrietor. OFFICE: Fremont St.. qppiaCllTH e-nmuntt innzE KQa E F & A. H. n M EE1-S THE THIRD SATUK. M. , day In each month at Masonic Hall. X V A.1 sUn Brothers in Rood syndics VA arewntedto attend. Special meet nn t the axsU hasted UX M. W. C Rkad. Sec. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Vtnvnr Chief of Po'Jce. Hugh P...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1893

m i h SM)MBSTONE EPITAPH PC&U8I1KD EVERY SU.NDa Y BY S.C.I3AG0 'srucKimax katem One year $4 00 Bir months.: 2 50 IMivcred by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. V Wilts a, government will not keep faith willi tho people, how can it expect the people to keep faith with it? VooitllEEi is a back number, pur chased for patronage. His name will be a sjooiiytn ot all that caora of dis honor. W. K. Meaiik does not need any defense from tho scurrilous attacks of any'ditgruntled newspaper in Arizona or elsewhere. One thin;; the special sessiou of congress has already accomplishes!. It has shown the country that no man carries tho Democratic party in his pocket. The total aluation of property in the territory, as per the statement is sued by the board ot equalization, is $28,500,000, a gain of $1,500 for the year. Gev. Weavak in a speech before 20,000 farmers on Tuesday made these wise obsenatious: When farmers come into power, and they are going into power, they will ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1893

E r jri i; - PI" -. a i . i. J." TOIBSTONE EPITAPH. ?CBUSUKD EVERY SUNDAY BY S.C.BiGO Tombstone. CocUm CowtT. Arizona. tTUC3 M THf C4T Orrt M HC0NCIAM MATH. From Friday' Daily. Tho territorial uuivereiiy re-opens on Sept. 27th. Tho visiting bill team is domiciled at the Grand Central Hotel. 3. H.Natigle left today for Guay mas alter a isit ot two days in Tomb stone. It is eslimated that upward of f 30, 000 goes out of Tucson annually for butter. The new lioso for the Tucson fire department will arrive in about three weeks. The Lower Sulphur Spring Valley round-up will start from lilackwater tomorrow, the 2Glh. The belief that the rainy was over was changed toilay heavy storms in all directions. seaion bv the Two mining locations, the Mariposa and TowAr claims, at Dos Cabezas, were recorded today by J.D. Emersly. Miss Kate Walsh arrived today from Phoenix and will remain a month with her sister before returning to Fhoenix. Hank Purcell has a petition before the board of supervisors f...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 August 1893

umsLmm sSt$J tr- it -1 ' '" - "-" f. ' ," "-", " -J"-- .TV,""' , ' - "2"Lj TC," ,"6 TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR AUUUST, - 26, IB93 V-WV JtKXICO AHIXON'A II. H (I'iafic Time.) Noith Boom Lt. 9.1a a. m. ' 9-S4 " 11.10 ' 1.26 X09 4.00 tx tu. South Uocnr j. . . Nrle...Ar. 1.07 p. m. ..Calab&sas., ' 13.26 ..Crittenden..' " xl.to a. m. ..Huachuca. .j ' 9.10 ' ..Fai-Lank.. j 7 55 " .(.onltnlion .j " 7.43 Benson. .JLt. 6.20 a. m. A lUT.OXA A HOI'TIIKAMTKBJf K II Pci5cTImtl LEAVE. STATIONS. ARKIVC 0.303.0 ....... ..Fairbank... ..... 8.15am 6-ao .... ..bisbee.. ixtion'p Daily, txcrpt Sunday. Eejj WilUamb, Supt. Ol'TUKH PACiriC PaaSe Time.") K. tC CO EAST BOUND. 4.35 a. m 9.00 a. m. u.op. m. 30 p. m. 8.30 a. m. WEST3 SOUND. Ar.. .Ar. .Benson.. " Tucson.... " I " ....Maricopa... " Yuma " Lt...Los Anees..Ar. 7.50 p. m 9.45 p. m. la 50 a m. 6 20 a. m 4.00 p.n. XT'Mixed trains. cajTTinf passengers and freight. amTr at Benson, east boend, at 2.15 p. m ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour s...

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 August 1893

IK wHHaiibatfiuusBa timtimwwaaaaiMfcii '3 . r-r- VV fVl!5OT?iBS!ni5BiiJi SiiiS3g5RSiW: THE - EXXTVJ?I1 R the - epitaph WednesJjysanvthuniI.iys, contains all (n the nws ol the ueeVas it Appears in Hj the Duly Jxcsnciox. rj bs.ui.WEtt.LY 1oibto.e EriTArn uiil give an the nes and will lie sent one to any address lor Fi'c Jeiitn 41 CJopy. K Tlii-eo IoiitliH lor Sf41 SSE5ESHS2Sasasa5HE2SH5HSH52S j i SaSE52S2525a5HSHS252SH5 IT X TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. NO 93. VOL XV I 0DAV BjU H loitlif fmtaiw 2 X r? s l k- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City ami Comity Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Exlkit Sukday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Trenoat St.. Opposite City HalL "caterl lata.Tombiton Pooace m wccnil slits patter. UK3 SOlOaSt 103CE MO. 5. F. & K M. MEETS THE THIRD SATUK. day in each month at Masonic HalL i ,.. .. PmihM !i prrat standing S nM in.tlY' attend. Snecial meet njs hra the flajis hoisted on the Hall. A. U Gtow.. W. M. W. C "Reap...

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 August 1893

m I ! i ;i ' i u in i W I .1 ' I. ' t H TOMBSTONE EPITAPH fUUUSHEO bVEKY SUNDAY UVS.dSi.Ga IIUCBlrtlOf BATIjt One year '. fl 00 Six mouths 2 W) Delivered by carrier to any jurt of the city for 35 cents per mouth. Tomale diet is not to be sneered at. Wonder il a good hot Tomale wouldn't taVe the conceit out of Gro ver Cleveland? Mrs. Lease, tho Tcople's party champion, addressed a crowd of 30,000 farmers at Mount Gretna, l'enn.. on Thursday. In the course of her speech she said : The minister of the gospel should be interested in this revolution for tho .cause of Jesus Christ and humanity. A minister who cannot discusi the politics of his party iu tho pulpit had belter put his dirty, filthy politics aside. They aro not fit for tho re ligion of Jesus Christ. The time has come when politics must be discussed from the pulpit. She then appealed to tho people to iraVo up and drive the money changers from our temple of American liberty, even as Christ did 1S00 years ago, The goternuent has...

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 August 1893

. mnwi nwiiiri rr tUMtoMMvMtatfataftfidMdHUaCMdMaUMMWIA 4 if m I fit! I -C'3 A a TWIBSTONE EPITAPH. Vt'BUBHLD EVERY Sl'NDAY 11Y S.C.IiAGU Tombstone. Cochise Count r. Ariiou. CTUCS m THt POST OmCt A UCOftS-ClAU MATtta. FYom Tueiday't Daily. D. A. Macneal icturued today from Tucson. J. II. Slaughter from Colorado. returned today The Pima county tar levy has been fixed at 13.10. Willie Slaughter will lcae tomorrow to resume his studies at San Mateo, Cal. It. Castaiieda left yesterday for Sauta Te, N. M., where he will attend school. Mrs. W. C. Green and family trill leave on Thursday for California to spend several treels. The bonds of 1). S. Brunner and J. W. Wright, as justices of the peace, Biibee, were filed today. The Fhenix Herald makes the announcement that a double wedding is on the tapis and two sisters are im plicated. John Campbell, representing the Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Xew York made a flying trip to Tombstone yesterday. Miss Xellin Walsh will leave for Fhenix on ...

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 August 1893

IliiMMMWaMilitHBUMaaMaattaeUMtfKtaaMMMaiM urt triTrraaamtaaBM , 13- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR AUGUST, - - - 30, 1893 VTIiW MF.XICO ARIZONA B. K. (P-iciSc Time.) NosthBoumx.1 Statios. South Bound. Lr. 9.1a a. m. f. 9-54 " 1 1. 10 ' .. Novates... Ar. 1.07 p. in. ..Calabasas., ixafi M ..Crutfoden.. ' xi.io a. m. ..Huachucx . 9.10 ..Fallback... J "755 " .lonttntion .. " 7.43 ' ...liuon. ..ILt. 6.20 a. m. x.36 p. rn. X09 ' " 4 00 ' K1XOXA MOL'TIlE.MTKRX K K Pacific Time. I Stations. 9.30 a. is .....Fairbanks. Biste.... S.X5am 0.30 txoon p Daily, tzcrpt Sunday. Ben WnxiAng, Supt. QOIITHKBX .PACIKIC K. II. CO Pacific Time. FJkST BOUND. WESTJS E0CND. -i- 4-aS -9.00 a. m. xi.op. m. Ar......B?nSon.....Ar.i 7.50 p.ro " .....Tucson.... " 0.45 p.m. ....yancopa... '1x50 a. m. 3op. rcc 8.30 a. m. " .....Yuma..... ' 1 6 30 a. m Lt...Los Acgeles..Ar.' 4.00 rxm. lMixeJ trains, camricc nassectrs and freight, amrr at Benson, east bound, at 2. 15 p. m ;est Dounao.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1893

m gw fndt teilHm ruflwfiw -.a..-..-, mfgg-j i iJ,tlM v JK v J V - ra5XS5taSHSaSESESE3HSESESljrp ngssssasassessssssssseaesamas THE - r25XTLXT-i nl ft 'JP-r.za - epitaph i!5&a? war "' m 6 5CM!-VSEi. i 1 C. I.EttTTIt 'Jit te ceusaad vKibcsttt to any rdd.-r s r.r o"2.iTlt j. t. v -v s&'- y -? J ,S Wcdn ijtantS untkys, contains all jgj iru -..r;.v vii':rr, .? '.? t i ri j r k b - I I ' ' " - " "" t P !Ww;?Jc i ij tlie Da, "lEOi atok. Ill r-r-.- a"l 4 ... . '- ' Tlir-co lcnt3isi aoi 3XcixtJisA'oi-C:l H -. 1 N 025E522: - - 3.uijt-ci..,.r-i3flc-t ..cacayj ss :o ':: a: jy ,OI- -N-V TO'M5STOiE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, SK T M3 . 3, ll,;3. NO 9 ifrai i "' ,i si ar . sWsSs11 4i JK I? u L TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR 3itv ami County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (ExcErr Suhday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: ITromont St.. Oppaslta City Hall. EataraA In tks TtUM Pow.Bms MecaJ stlss rasttt. KIMS S3L0V3X LOOCE N3. 5. F. & A. U. n MEETS THE TUIKD SATUK. .-, dty ia ea...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1893

rtsc: TOMBSTONE EPITAPH i1 WHISKED kVEUY SUXLUY BY S.C.IUCQ .HinscmiTiuN miu Oueje-r v $4 00 Six months 2 00 IVHtereU by carrier to any part ot tlie city for 35 cents per month. What's the matter with Bland lor president in 1S9GT When reusing tho tariff it might be well to call tho attention of con gress to tho actual existence of a country to the eoulh of us called Mexico. Only ttvelvo Republicans oted with the silver men in the house, nbilo 112 Democrats voted with them. This should, set at rest the question of which is the silver party ot the two. One hundred and twelve Democrats voted against their own president on the silver question. It may bring that gentleman to his senses if he is boiling oi er with policy, as he is cred ited with. President Cleveland has submit ted to the loss of a part of his jaw bone. Several of Arizona's prominent demagogues could spare a piece to make up the deficiency without our territory feeling the loss. Xo man can succeed in ru nnirjg a newspaper ...

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

1 . JU f I niiiiji vm y y v . " TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ?ubushed every Susday nyS.C.BAoa Tombstone. Cxkba Count j. Anzots. t TW3 M THC KIT OfKt it UCOMClUi MTTM- ? Friday's Daily, i The bond of II. 1). Simon, as con stable W3 tiled toJftv. Thorsiutall at l'rtfcott during the month is put ilo.vn at i inches. The first killing has taken place at YauJcibilt, the new camp in the Mo hare desert. V, II. Stihrell returned today alter a long nLscccc in the cast and on the Pacific coast. The Tucson and El Paso ba'l clubs will crois bats tomorrow or early next week. Ecn up on Arizona. 10-100 of an inch o rain fell last night. It came in a slow, lazy kind of a way that does the niofcl good. II. V. Crutn, route agent of V. F. it Co., came up from Kogales last night and remained over until this noon. Wej. Uowell, the indispentiblc foreman of the Copper Queen mines at LUabee, came in on the noon stage. The Eaglo flour mill at Tucson will start up this month on 3,000,000 pounds of wheat. Nearly all of ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 3 September 1893

i. m TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR SEFTEMBER. - 2, 1893 VKW HKXICO AK1SOXA R. H. (Pacific Time.) Nosth BoumxI Station. Sooth Boumv. Lt. 9.13 a. ra. 9-S " xi 10 " x.s6 rx m. a.09 ' " $ " " w " . locales... Ar. 1.07 p. m. ,.l.alalaai.. i " 12.36 ..Crittenden..' ' n.io a. m. ..Iluachuca, . 9.10 ..Faubank..J 755 .(.ontenlkm . 7.43 '. ...IVnson. 1I.T. 6.ao a. in. A KIZOXA. A hoi:thr.imtkkx B II rac Time. I levte. Stations, aikiie. 9.30a. to FairbanV. 8.15am 6.20 " Kisbee....... . niian'p Daily, eicrpt Sunday. Trr. 'Wilijakb, Supt. QOITTHKUX .T-AUIKIC It. It, CO Pia6c Time.') F.AVT HOUND. STATIONS' WESTiS BOUND. 4 25 a. m 1002. ra. 11 op. m. 30 p. m. 8.30 a. m. Ar...... Benson.... ,Ar. 7.50 p,tn. ' .....Tucson.... " I 9.45 p. ra. ' ....Vancopa... " '350a in Yuma ' I 6 20 a. nv Lt...Los AsgeIes..Ar.1 4.00 p m. 7Mixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, amrr at Benson, tail boccd, at 2.15 p. ra ; west bound 6.30 a. rn. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb stone time. Mlcxaal Wer-rlcc. 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. — 6 September 1893

- - - - "'" ssammsmmbsmsa mtrTtnmiiiinm. , racieraETPPpptiqrpcrpgjgpqpgggg '"jgasgsEsasp.s? q? tsstj sb kb bp it?' sr. 'a"- 'A rXTIlS - EPITAPH Wednesday and Sunday-, contains all ' t'ie news of the wc-k as it appears in the DvlnIi'ltOMsCToK. ' TI1E EPITAPH bEMlW'ELkLY loilBbniSr. EPITAPH will Rive all tbc news and will be sent to any address for Fivu Jent Copy. Tlireo Xontlin lor !1 t vSrrJr"-',-'"-'H'-'-'r'"Jr '-. - - - i i kst :e o:pa" . ffiowlifotie 1 U R IB m m W: i jf I- 9 St f ft r I -SSI n m II c o I -;.. VOL XV TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv and County OHicial Paper PUBLISHED "EVERY-EVENING (Exceit Sckoay) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Ol'FlCE: rrameot St.. Oapasito City Hall. "r3:tl InthtTombsuaa Pji'iBm M ctcJ lise atit. KM S310M31 I03i 83. 6. F & A- H. MBRTS THE THIRD SATUK- dvy 'a c13 aonth at Masonic IU1L "V H Ail Victm Brothers in good standing " v annulled to attend. Special mxt .. .. V.M. ir. -4i-t hoittfd oa Uie lllll- s. ........ a. .- - J. ... M ". - -" W. C....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1893

- j1""1 4 I vr-'Mai y iniiiriMiiiiiiiiiMBwiMgaBaMrt-MrririWiiii c, 'xL an r ; y n u . TOMBSTONE EPITAPH VUCUSIIKDkVERY SUNDAY IIYS.U.BaGO '.IKCUllTIO BATES One year ?4 00 Biz months 2 50 Ucliercil by carrier to any jiart of the city for 35 ccnta jer month. Haxci.ng is too good for tho man who goes to cougres. on the strength of pledges which ho breaks at the first opportunity. The West and South want free coinage and free trado with American nations. The cast is opposed to our doctrine, but what are you going to do about it? Go to the Bank of Tombston: and sign a petition to tale the duty off cattle imported from Mexico. Let us build up our Mexican trade to where it was before icstriction upon our trade was enacted. The U. S. land court has since its first sitting confirmed twenty-three grants in Xew Mexico and rejected seven. Total number of acres con firmed, 740,000; rejected, 820,000 Eight cases were appealed, four each on tho part of the claimants and the U.S. DcniNG July and Au...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1893

HffiyMNuM if. f n.iftwTn -a.rh-"wc .frr Si ft i, t 7. k J r i ;f lv R ft T03IBST0NE EPITAPH. VUBLIEIIED EVERY SfSUAY BY S.C.BlCO Tombstone. Cochise County. Ariiona. taTiM3 m thi nn omct stcoaa-aaM .am. From Tuesday'! Daily. Hugh Houston is registered at Uio San Jose. Tom Smitli, mayor ot Huacliuca Siding, is registered at the Cochise. Mrs. W. K. Meaue left today (or Tucson to join Mr. Meade. Sbe i!l return in a few days. Mr. and Mrs.W. C.Kead and family left toJay for Los Angeles where they will mate their future home. A number of our young men are agitating the feasibility of attending the World's Fair in a box car. BobTribolet is the latest Covbiso county addition to the Ooldtitldcatnp in the Superstition mountains. The men working in the Old Domin ion Copper mines at Globe have ac cepted a reduction of wages from f 3.25 to f 3 per day. The butcher's report of B. P.iggs for the month of August was filed today. It .bowed a total of 18 head slaugh tered for the month. It is said tha...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1893

iffim irtrr-MgTiy, vr iS5!9wgirrTiritfBmjiiiimiiiiiii.'io.iiiriittfwi .r TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR SEPTEMBER, G, 1693 "vr".v Mexico a auiv.o. tt. it (faanc Time.) North Boon. Station South Doumi -OB I.Y. 9.13 a. in. Nogiles.. Ar. i 07 p. nu r. 9.54 . .Calatasas. . " 1236 " 11.10 ..Cnttfnden.. " 11 10 a. m. 1.36 p. m. Iluachuca. . 9.10 " 3.09 .Fauitxick ' 7 55 ' 3.54 " .Contention 7.43 ' 4 00 " ...Benson. Lv. 6l3o a. IU. ItlZON A A hl,'THK.KT-l K II ric Tims. I x 30a.ro b 20 Stations. ..FaubanU 8.15am itfsrre.. . ..liaoon'p Daily, txcfpt Sunday. Fen Wii uavp, Supt. 00;tKIC" fAC'IKlO It. Pacific Time.1 EAST BOUND. 4.35 a. m 2.00 a. m. it cr. n. 50 p. m. 8.33 a. 111. STATIONS WEST BOUND. Ar.. ,.TJnson.....Ar I 750p.m. Tucson.... " j 9.45 p. ra ' ...,laricop.. . " 13.50 a. m Yuma. ... ' 6 30 a. m Lt...Los Aneetes..Ar 4.00 pm. X3"MUed trains, cairyirff passengers and freight, arrive- at Benson, eat bcund, at 3 15 p. m ; uest bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb stone tim...

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