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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 October 1893

r-SgsaSHSaSE5aS2S2SHSHScSES2SSA $ TELE - EPITAPH t'tttt; -prrTwi;H w fattonc n SEMI-WeLKLY TuMCiTONC EFITAril tfl will give all the neusand uiUbesent (n to any address for dnrvity ail J i-.m.U . i-ont i.ns all """"-J ihene-isof t'rsucekas it appears Jn tte l.u.rJPscsrCTo:t. V mmJ r'hfit'trMf.firafjr.amjgy E riT VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, OCTOBER U, 1893. KU 111. 3sriirBi3R3Btcr3acrBacxia-)Drt7acr3cr-s. liitaul- poin u rvT " ---'C? I . .fc . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR CUv ami County Oiiicial Waiter 'UBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKIT SUHDaT) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Fremont St.. Opposite ciy" EatwM In In. Tombttan Poa. M mcccA 1m miner tHZ S0LOM0H LOOCE HO. i.F.uA.U. A vtrfKTS THE THIRD SATUK- day l-i each cnaih as Masonic Halt iK ji( A J Visit:-.-- uro-n.ra in pooa s-jaumj -y are invited la attend. Special meet a ' . v h ea the fla? is hoisted oa the Hall. A. L, Glow,, W. M. V. C. 'R,D, . Ofr'VlOIAL DIRECTORY. Msrrtr tieo. f uts Huja Pugh. Chief of 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. — 15 October 1893

Vy3FXT!lln T- - ts esPr"j: "'i;fpraisi: TC-W- - , 5 J " v! i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Isibsckiitiux atu Onojcar. ....- ?-l 00 Elx months 2 50 LMiered by carrier to any part ot Ibo city for 35 cents per month. A Torabklone Hthllilt, Col. Uafloid lias made nppl cation for space in which to display his or nithological and zoological collection, ol which lie is rot unjustly proud. The gathering together ot this mag nificent exhibit has been a labor of aiany years, tho Colonel navirig be grudged neither trouble nor expense in making it what it it, the finest private collection on the coast. It gains in Interest from tho fact that every one ol the thousand var ieties of birds and animals was Lilled in Arizona, theso including every specie known to be indigenous to this part of the country, and some even whoso existence had been hitherto un inspected. Among the specimens aro mounted bears, lioue, wolves, deer, antelope, lynx, mountaia sbocp, wildcats, musk hogs, beavers, badgers, foxes, music rat...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 October 1893

H- I . ) V- TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. CocltUc Cindy. Arizona. Klivi m t foil ornci AI MCOM-CLAM 1UTT. from Friday' Daily. Cha. ilehin is at Creede, Col. Tbe incoming four horse stage was crowded. J. liases, Los Angeles, is registered at the San Jose. John Dart ia back from bii rummer outing in California, T. Metzler, tbe well known sporting man, left today for 1 Paso. The Reilly cae before Justice Dun can today was heard and dismissed. M.-s. E. V. Smith returned today from an extended MBit in California. Geo. Vanderman is again able to be about after a two months' siege of illness. Tbe Fbenix public school opened on Tuesday with a total enrollment of SSI pupils, Dave Cobn came in today from Pbeniz, lie is glad to again breathe our pure mountain air. A. G. Russell, a joung and prosper ous wholesale merchant of Omaba is in tbe city end registered at tbe Cochise. F. P. Galurdo received a thirty days sentenco in Justice Duncan's court jesterday for aggravated assault at Kairbank. 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. — 15 October 1893

r TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OCTOBER, 14, 1893 -yj-r.w jti:xico a auikoxa imi (licSc Time.) KOBTH DOf ND. IT. 8.00 a. m. Ar. S.40 " laco ' J" 1.00 ..' 1 y " " 3.10 Station. jMimi IiotNa , . Nocales. . . Ar. 1 37 p. in. , .Gilata&as. . ' 12. 56 ' ..Crilttndcn.. " 11.40 a. m. ..Htuchuca. . ' o 39 . .!a.rbanlc... 8.33 " .Contention ., ' 8.18 ...IVcscn. ,.'Lt. 7.00 a. m. ' UIZUXA A KOL'THKAHTKKX 1: 1: f Pacific Time. LEAVE. I STATIONS, AKK1VE. I 0.30a. cr ....v;.. .F&irlaL.......... 8.15am 620 " Hisbte. mm1' Daily, except Sunday. Ben Williams, Supt. ouirniKitx twctvie it. t vo Pacific Ttrae. I-A5T EOCaTI. 4 35 a. m- 2.00 a. tn. it.cp. ci. 3o p. m. g-33 a. m. Lt.. STATIONS , ,...!Vnson.....Ar. 7.50p.m. ....Tncvn.... " 0.45 p. m. . .Varkopa... ia.$o p. ui. ....Yunia " , 6 so a. m- .Los Ances..Ar 4.00 p.m-' JTMise4 trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, ea.it bound, at 3 15 p. m : mest Lound 6.30 a. m. Pacific timeis one boor slower than Tczab stsne time. Ptlgrnnl erT...

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 October 1893

"" "",:3? - . i7-. 3ssW' . .J c,; ? . -k w" TWR - RPITAPI1 W VHK - T5PITATn SEMI-WttKIY TOMBStOVE UMTAnt will Ke all the news and will Ik: sent to any address for Wcdnesdj and 'u-h - -the ne 3 of tc un! it theD.l;rv . i- contains an j3 ippcars in Tlii'eo IVXontlis lbr JS1 hi ir-:,,.. "'..,... .. e-s,.,.-. t J J - X sj -v -...-. at - rj yj 5aSSSS52SH5ESE5B5 . IS2SHSa5HS2SHnHS3SH52SE55S2S , (3S!VQ1 . XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1893. NO 112 WWBWWftiir'' tB18SBBiBIElKsBBBMBPggg$yrs hfrW" 'f5-$& . .-. . it.-fr-fcw'-i3 .xumi ujpcsnaBiP n in ! in nimi iiiwiii i i ; j9SSal f'f-'-'iSfcVCaBS 'i:,wrarn - - j k -wrc-jwr; virsxrse(iLar mtompjiw intail I EDITIOM. )' O t-L ,- Ik 4 FOUBSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv anil County Official t'aper 'JULISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCEPT SUNDAY) S. C. BiGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Tremont St.. Oppeslt City HaU. EatsrJ lntli4Tjii.tit33 UmBmu iecad Ikasttlr K1X3 S3L0S0X IO0CE MB. 5. U & A. H. n MEETS THE THIRD SATUK. fc , ...

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 October 1893

y O TOMBSTONE EPITAPH .9IU9lUl-IIU 11A1LK Due 3 car $4 00 Sis mouths 2 CO Delivered by carrier to any part of tbe city ior 35 cents per month. IlESU'B HOSE CO. No. 1 Entertains lis Friends Royal ly at La tub's Kanch. At about 7-30 o'clock jester Jay morning MontEOmen's four horse coach made it appearance on the street, anil shortly thereafter was con veying a happv crowd of members of Rescue Hose Co. and their friends to Lamb's ranch, the spot selected ior the barbacuc. Scleral trips were necessary before the cnt're party was congregated, but by 9 o'clock every thing was in order for tbe grand spread. Tbe magnificently roasted jearling was placed on the long table, with bread, pickles, and in fact everything requisite for a superb feat, and it would be superfluous to say that everyone enjoyed themsehes most heartily. The day was a beautiful one and festivitirs rae'rily progressed until sundown. The committee was untir ing in its efforts to make the affair what it was a grand success...

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 October 1893

s- TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone, Cvxliiso Const r. Ariwnt. IkTuxs m Tmi rotr oract u uao-coii hattm. tYom Tueidav't Daily. James Rcil.'y it having hiso.Ti: re painted. Scveril drummer cmc in on the noon cotcb. Th SunnjiiJe on 5th street is un dergoing repair;. W. C. Land vvaa in town today from the Stone House.. Miss Alma Warnekros returned to day (roui the east. Tim Griffith is over from Iii-bee and will remain several days. Loads of sweet potatoes arc coming into market and selling at good prices. Hunters report an abundanco of quail this year. "Lait year they were scarce. Another tram load of 550 head of cattle left litniou yesterday for Cali fornia point?. Chat. Morrison, Win. Wolvertou and Tom Frary came "in today from Boss' ranch. Several Mexicans wro in town to day from Sonora peddling wagon loads of chili. Chas. Overlook is making extensive improvements on his residence on Fremont street. Allen Knglish has rented a cottage in Los Vugelts and his family Hill spend th: winter ...

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 October 1893

vk 7- "sp. srg? -jt-c v J I"- -ISC- S3EBS5'WliHV,t ' . T&swwQ&'&&&sif 11 " e-Sfc- "v - " , - '.'. - s-5 ""vwwif TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OCTOBEK. - 18, 1893 -vri:w akxico auizosa k. k (Pacific Time.) Noxtii Bound. Station. (Sown Bound. Lv. S.oo a. m. Ar. S.40 " mco " 12. 16 p. m. - 1.00 " 1.30 " " 3.W " .. Noel...Ar. 1.J7 p. m. ..CaUbasas.. " la-sS ..CriUrsden.J " II 40 a. m. .Huacbuca, . 0 39 Fa.ibaok..J B30 - 8.8 " .ContentioB ...Benson. Lt. 7.00 a. m. A BUEO.VA A ROl'THEAMTERX K K Pacific Time.) imt Stations, axkivk. 9.30a. q FairbanV. S.l5ara 6ao " Bisbec. taoon'p 'Daily, extfpt Sunday. Be.v Williams, Baft. ooiiniKUX rAC'iriu it. Pacific Tlme.'i It " C3 EAST BOUND. WEST SOUND. 4.35a. m. Ar......BenSon.....Ar. 7.50p.m. 2.00 a.m. Tucson.... .45 p. m. lz.cp. m. ' ....Maricopa... 13 50 p. ui. V30 p. IB. ' .....Yum..... " t 6 so a. m- t.B.30a. m. L.T...L0S Angeles. .Ar.l 4.00 p.m ' XVMUed trains, carrying passengers ind freight. amve at Benson, east bound, at 2 15 p. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 October 1893

'xzsssesaszsssaszssatasBss.sfi THE - I31?nAJPIi W $ THE - EPITAPH & In pj nj Wednesdays and Sunday-, ccrtami -.'I m Jjj tlienouofl'ic week a. it a, . i- 111 TJ Cj the I).!L2Pi;"-.r . . n 3 Five Oeiitx it Copy. j SEMI-WEEkLr lOMBro.NC ErlTArit will gne all the news and will be sent to any address for In tsi.-. .-m- . ..- .... . . -m aa a ktbi ! wu ma sm .SS5HSH5aSH5SSHSH5252SHSSS3 JE3 DIT I OJHT VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCrilSE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1893.' itjwMfoite .r v c - . NS ,'- T0MB3T0NC PROSPECTOR Citv and County OIHcial 'per '"BUSHED EVERY EVENING (EiCEPT StlNrUT) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Bill. Entered to lbs Tombtun fosiaaea m ttcend lass msrttt KlsS SDIOHj IO0CE H3. (. F. & A. H. MEETS THE THIRD SATUK. diy in each noma at Masonic Hall. All Visiung Brothers In good standing are Invited to atlead. Special meet n m wh en the flag is hoi.ted on the Hall. A. L. Grow., W. M. W. a Rstn, Sec. OFFICIAL DiUECrOltY. Mayor...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 October 1893

5K)MBST0NE EPITAPH IStCBCUlIIIUX SU1U Ono yci $4 00 Six month 2 00 IVilivcred by carrier to any part of the city tor 35 cents per montb. Gov. Hughes appealing (or Ilia ces sion of Iho arid lanJs to this territory by the general government oicc the sentiments of nine-teulhs of the peo ple of tUs territory. IJoth the Derao cratic and Kepublican conventions of tbo territory last year endorsed the same policy. The sentiment expressed in the ad dress of the Irritation congress at Lot Argeles was strongly against the ceding the public lands to ibe states. Tbe policy adopted by the congress is an opposite one from the popular idea existing in Arizona, but one that can not but be looked upon with favor by thou who ghe tha matter careful study. From a selfish standpoint Ari zona neks for all she can get as well as other commonwealths, but from a broad ievv of the question there can be no doubt but that the congre-s was right in urging the general govern ment to tako hold of the arid lands an...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 October 1893

pigiu ny isiijj '1 r- k w r - 3OTBST0NE EPITAPH. TsEbktsae.Cjclils- CuantT. ArUos f NTUCS lm TMf KMT WKI AS SCCOfeXLAM TTSW From Friday' Daily. FrancU Thome, special agcut o the U. 8. treasury, is in Tombstone. There was a il delivery at Plienlx yesterday. Six prisoners escaped, There are about three hundred men in the Harqua Hala country. Another marriage, the contracting parties being well known, is on the tapis. Arizona boasts of more sunshiny day than any other' state iu the union. T. Morgan, a Sonora mining man, was in town today on his wiy to Los Angeles. Southern Pacilic locomotives will soon use (or fuel, bricks made of coal dust and asphaltum. Anton Hittinger of Tucson has riled a lot of mechanic's liens against the South Gila Canal Co. F. K. Thomas,, a business man of Las Vegas, arrived in town today and will remain over Sanilac A special pasted over the X. M. & A. road yesterday to Guaymas, con taining a party of eastern gentlemen. Hugh Pugh collected $141 for li cens...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 22 October 1893

11 tf II TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OCTOBER. - 21, 1893 VE"' J-KXICO - AKIZOXA It. 11 (Picric Time.) Noeth BocNa Station, 'south Bound. I.v. 8.00 a. in. j Novates. Ar. i 37 p. m. Ar. 8.40 ' . .Calatasas.. iaco " ..Crliieren.. " 13.16 p. m. Huachuca. ' 1 00 " ,Faiian.. . 1.30 " .Co-lan-on . la 56 11 40 a. m. 039 " B.30 M 8.18 " Benson. Lv. 7 00 a. m. A UIZVNA HOl'TltRAMTKRX K M (Pacific Time. 13 leave. Stations, arxie. 0.30a. m Fairban-. 8.15am 6 ao " llisbee. laoon'p 'Daily, eicrpt Sunday. Bex Williams, Supt, COUTlir.Il.V TACIKtC IC (Piafic Time. Jeast BOCND. 4.35 a. in. 3.00 a. m. ll.cp. m. 2 30 p. m. 8.30 a. m. The Toucher ' InMitute wilt probably be held in Tombstone tho latter part of next month. Thetacanc on tho boar J of exam iners cauerd by tho ub.cnce of Mi Herring in the end is still unfilled. E. U Smith came up last night from the San Pablo mine in Sonora and reports things very ijuiet In that vicinity. An ancient mine uith extensive sur face excavations and rich in free gold wa...

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 October 1893

mwmrV7 re-ty-PM . l ,.rsr - n : 11 ITTiTT ' ,eSSSE3iiSHSBSUii'aSHHHS2SHSSSt rdi3i2iTi2Itiiit:HHSHSaSdirciriiiSSHSS w "JLTIli: - 32EITV1.I1 THIS i2irrviii n) mnUtofi '0 bEMI-WEtkLY IOVIIuTONK 1 PITA Ml will give all the news and villi be sent to an address for Wedncsd.iv and un ) . contains all the n Ai ol tie vel, t it appears in fie D.vn v rii"-i i k Ifln'oo M.ontIiK for SI yl li'ivi'Tixii t. -.,,.,., m i!iSa5HSESa5ESS5H5B5 3ES I3IT I OT" . VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. MONKS DAY, OOTOBKH 2."), 189.5. NO 11-J. WW i V 1 ft' 0' ( i 1 . V rOMBSTONK PROSPECTOR Uitv and County Otticial Paper ?JISLI3HKI KVERY KVEN'ING (Except Suxday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rromont St., Oppoiito City Hall. Cater! Id thTombtoD iostoac u ccttJ lui miner. K.X3 SOlOaDN LOOCE NO. 5. F. & A M. MEETS THE THIRD bTUK diy in each maatb at Misomc Halt 411 Victim llriilhrr. in ersvwl cfnf1(1i ' N arc invued to attend, special meet nj ben the fiigis hoisted on the HalL A. L. GROW....

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 October 1893

iinnWMMawssasstsPaw " '...- ' ' ""'' ''".i -mSjB rJ 1 - 1 1 Li ! it .TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I MltMUIITluN KV1I Ono year . ... $1 00 Eii mouths 2 50 LMivcreu1 by carrier to any part of the city for 'i cents ter month. The silver linirg to tint compro mise bill appears to be temporarily loU in tlie thutlle. This is the Utett authentic information received from Washington. The apiointiucnt of KrauL Cox as the attorney of the S. 1. road was a most fortunate one for the company. lie has the contiJenco of the people, which is a valuable characteristic in any agent of a railroad corporation. The papers of the territory almost without exception tpeak of the con firmation of Sam Webb as though it were a surprise. Indeed it would have been a genuine surprise had he tiut been, for no man in the Territory hat a cleaner record than he. PowliEKLV '5 leading a movement which has its object in the joining of tne Knight of Labor to the People' party, lie declares that there are but two parties in the Tni...

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 October 1893

s ;A JSaNgy0 " TiTSSJpTw.' .. ' i ' ' "' ' SSSSSSSgMMSSSM fo Nt i?r . li'-if s I I i !k . A V TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona.. KTIU3 lh TnI SOST CHCl AS ECOXlIS V4TTI1. From TuetJav't Daily. C. I). Gage and wile are located in Los Angeles. Tlia stamp mill at Dos Cnbezas lia cloed down atler a ruu of federal month. S.im Webb has returned from Washington and is again at his post in Xogale. Cochise it the only county in Ari zona where the compulsory school Uft is not enforced. F. V. Henry, father of l'rank Hcney, died at Sin Krancico on Sat urday last aged C2 years. Mrs. 1. C. Hughes has returned to Tuc-on from the east. Thegoernor will be bick in about ten davs. Ki-Jtitice Aliord ha bought the repair shop of J. J. l'uttor. and i ready for burines at the old stand. Seeral Mibslanlial citizens ate talk ing seriously of itarting a hog ranch on a large scale in the Mcinit) of Tur rjuois. V.. L. Wright, V. T. Wright and V. T. Mead, three California cattle buyers regi...

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 October 1893

T r Ki B r I TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OCTOBEK. - 23, lb93 ym m:Mi'o a aijizo.vv it. it (Fnafic Time.) Noktii Bovnu Station, outii Uuinix . i Lt. 8.00 a. lu. Nocalrt. Ar. i 37 p. hl Ar. 8.40 ' .Calaba&as.. ' 13.36 laoo ..Cnurrtlcn. 11 40 x m. " 12 16 p. m. lluichuca. . Q 39 1. 00 ' t-airback fc 30 1 30 lontcMion . 8.18 ' ' a.y " i ..IVrnson. . l.. 7 o a. in. KI7..A A Hl-TIIK.NTKIt It It l' Pacific Hmclj leaf. Stations. arkik. 9.30a. it FairtunV. 8.15am 6 30 " 1 .Hiibcf. man'r Doily, tzcejA Sunday. Bkv Wii.ui.mp, Sujit. Q1M'TIIKU I'AflKlfX'.lt. It ' (Pacific Tirae.l EAST FOCSD. WEST BOUND. 4 35 a, mjr Benson Ar 7.50 p. tn. 3 00 a. m Tucson ... '" 9.45 p m u.op.!n. ' .. Maricopa. " a 50 p. ui 2 V30 p. m j ' Yuma. ... 6 ao a. m- X.H 30 x m Lv. . Los Accees Ar 4.00 pm' jMixrtl trains. carrying passengers a-d freight, arme at Benson. eat bound, at 3 15 p. m , ueM bound 6.30va. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb stone time. Mcunl Service. rbe following id the range ot the thermom...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1893

"sphpswp WJ ' "HfujaawB,! j rrfTBp--'r HHITH' W TT1E - EPITAPH ry&sssesraszsssesesssBsessszsi; THE 13EITV3?I1 nj ma .rr- SEUlAVlEKLY TOMtoTONS ErlTANI ulpteauthe neusand wtflbeVnt to any address for Wednesda)saad.Siinda)S, contamsall Oiht?es of the .wtylcas.it appears ia .4 j6A'?nr3j-TsKfM (d i", Tlii'ee Xontlis lor !! X 7 -- i W E. -...- "W,... . JSS52S2SHSe525E52S r 19'0rfmEji '()sSaSHS2SHSHSa5aHaEa5H5a5HS2 j - - It" i. mi a VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, OCTOJJEJt 28. 189C. NO '11?; SmnMbrae mttMm. 1 EBITIOB3". T i JfOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City Had County Ollicial Paper OBLISHED EVERY EVENING (E2CXFT SUNDAY) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rremont St.. Oppeit City Hall. EiUriiToU. Tiaitwlon. Po. Ec aa .KCcd liunttur. KIMC SOLOMON ICCCE NB. S. f. & A. II. MEETS THE THIRD SATUK- day la each month at Masonic Hill. All VUiunj Brothers m good standing are invited to attend. Special meet nzswben the flagis hoisted on the HalL A. L, Gaow.. W. 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. — 29 October 1893

X ) fe! .! 41 ' . tt 1 I 5 ; 13 l!?I TOMBSTONE EPITAPH " If ' ' ' ' JL L J .- I J I ' " fc SJW BAtb neyear....,,. ., 00 Biz months 2 50 1 Delivered by carrier to any part of ike city for 35 cents per month. The silver men in the senate have Surrendered after Cglitiug against great odds until further remittance "would be'daBgerods't'tho oaTiie.The fompraraise bill was abandounl only iw,sbnrxfrUleulCloUud tout wunl by Carlisle that h would not igij a compromise bill it it ptwicd. ( UaiCKS Ott Wall stteet haxe eU- ened (iue thn aunounccnirnt that re p&aViuMy ,cvme lo . Tli ihsoF,Wn meet do not ninny. WrS thST pennies, rolling that nay. Thf )aay harv Vltle.1 Uio" goo thai laid the golden ejrc, r.-r , , i PSUiSrOKKTOLKVKLiNll i aai.1 trt I'O extremely happy oer lus irtorv orr thuparty whu'h placed him in oilier. It hois fortunate ouough to get to heaven the Lord will have to tAt n back seat. He will imagine himself a bigger'man tlian his Maker. i-A Max never reached the high Vnunds o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1893

MBSKwISIISHBIIiBSr1 ij,i' itjiJi'iUsMiJi ' ?-" ""S EE """ - " J"J" J:neie'!fiaiaiIMM" -.W11 . " II Hi I II"' ' " " I SitSM!1" ' T - r- p r "" , ? ,"""'77",y ' ' '" 'l - " ' "- ' '"" , -, ..i -,,- "M "" -- I .- r ft , H. ' ju-r l3L' ;r,-v , v T " 1 s jpf rr I 4 Il ' 15 V iW w- ; ) V rl B - "is - TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. T.mbstons.Cocldw CoantT. Anions. cntuu hi Thc soar ornct aj stcoafr'Ctass aarrta. From Friday't Daily. W. E. Guild, a prominent citizen of Florence, died in that town yestcr- cay. The Masonic ball at Flagstaff valued atlT.OOO was destroyed by fire yester day. E. Castcnada, ol Beneon, came up this mornibg from tbe would-be county seat. Six more prisoners were added to the territorial prison from Pima county. list yesterday E. II, Storrs has gone to the new gold fields on tho summit ol the Hua chuca mountains. F. C. Bishop, representing Simmons Hardware Co., o( St. Louis, paid Tomb stoue a isit yesterday. E. D. Gaje is expected back in about a fortnight. He will bu accom pani...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 October 1893

cr en m. v. : "MS- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OCTOBER, - - 2S, tt93 N: KW HrAICO A ARlr.ON'A II. H. (F-adfic Time.) NscthBocmo. Station. Souiii Uocno. "" """I " Lt. .oo a. m, . Nocakt. Ur. i S7 P- m- Ar. 8.40 " ..CalibasM.. " ia.i iaoo " ..Crittrnden.. 11.40 a. m. i" ia.16 p. ro. ..Hiuchuca, . " 0.3? " " 1.00 " .Fairbank. ' a.30 " ' t,ja " .Cottnuon . " 8.8 " a-o " ...Benson. Lt. 7.00 a. m. KMXA A KOVTHF.AMTKKX K M fPaa TtrocB Stations. &3t.mj Falrtunk. 8.15 am o.o " I Bkbfe. Iixoop'r Daily, txcept Sunday. Bex Willi aae. SupU CotrrRBasvrAciFic K w iriaae TVne. WEST sorNtw Ar Benson... ..Ar. 7.50 p.m. Tucson.... " 5.45 p.m. ... .Maricopa... " 12.50 p. tu. Yuma..... M 6 ao a. nw Lt...Los Aciteles..Ar. .oo p.m." IfzXMtxe trains, canylER passengers art! freight. amTe at Benson, east bound, at a. 15 p. m ; west bound 6.30 a. in. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb stone time. Kltmal tier-rice. Xhe following ii the range of the thermometer (or the 2 henra ending 3 o'clock p. m. Octobe...

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