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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 November 1893

rrTa j, Mi MBKSft. rje&sESEsasssasasasssaszsssae&i THLE - EPITAPH 4 Dmlrstonc It pit THE - EIITAJPJ 2 SmiAVuklt Tow.toxl ErtTAru will give all the Dews and will be scot to any address for Wednesdays and Stnilayi, contains all theneuioftV: aecxas it appears In the Daily I'EosrscTor. Tlik'co Montliw l'or SSaSHSESHSHSHSESBS t w JL v - -.i.- i UJ T in -3 HHESrZ52SH52SHSHSES2SH5H52Si; JES DITI TO S ILL l IS QH 3 VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, NOVEMBEK 19, 1893. NO 121. rc; "-. A. v af ''-I , TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv ami 0mntv official Hnper OBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Excipt 8CUDAY) S. C. BitiG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Present St.. Opyestto City Hail. BUrl la tk Tombaton PihiBhu Mccad Iwntttit UKS MUMON LOOK KO. i. F. A A U. MEETS THE THIRD SVTUK. daf In each month at Masonic HalL v i?jAJl Visiting Brothers in rood standing are invited to attend. Special meet laeswhea the flag U hoisted on the HalL A. L. Grow.. W. M. V. C Ro. See. PROFESSIONAL OARDS FSktk ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 November 1893

m r r I"- I. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH ,l S2II1IC? ItATLS Onoocir... 4 00 Bis month 2 50 LVlierel by carrier to any part of tho city (or 35 cents per month. It is faid that congress will be called upon to decide upon the mone tary problem. It is an encouraging sign to find that Mr. Cleveland has at last concluded to allow congress,to act. SiiEmrr White in selecting a grand jury has done himsel' priiid. It i composed of honorable men from dif ferent sections of the county, and the nork before it will ba conscientiously and I )rlesly done The incorporation of the Genesee Shoe Co., wilU-klio principal place of business at Tombstone, is a compli ment that is merited. It is the flm practical recognition that has been presented of the good leather that is in us. Oce president is receiving congratu lations from London upon his Hawaii an policy. It is difficult to distinguish vrlieiher his silver policy or foreign jiolicj gives tho greater satisfaction to our grandparents acrus the water. Gov. Huci...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 November 1893

' 3&JH' 1-rf t HV?) t . m IS' y !- If 11 TO'JBSTONE EPITAPH. Tain baton. Cochise County. Arizona. faTtaca ra tmi roT ornct aa atcco-cwta lUTTZa. From fVi'dav' Daily. George Urjen came up from Ueu on today. The Codona family and troupo at jSchieflelic Hall to-night. g Simtnoua Liver Regulator always cures and prevents indigestion or dje pepiia. 13 Wm. King returned today from Chicago, where be saw the last days of tbe great fair. The libel suit of C. S. XIaten vs T. J. Wolflwy and the Arizona Repub lican was dismissed yesterday at Phc nix. A. L. Grow and Dave Kelly, who have bwn at Phcniz attending the Grand Lodge of Masons, returned borne today. S. Valencia is in the county jail for a'ermo20 days for disturbing tbe peace. He bails from Bisbee. A lot of mules and horses belong ing to the boundary survey party will be sold in Ticson on Saturday at public auction. George Metcalf. who went to Cali fornia with a trainload of cattle, ha returned to Bisbee. He did fairly veil with the ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 November 1893

sss&i.- a? fc-fer..at . r ''"f tf f J II iI TBff! TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER, 18, 1893 IEW MUX I CO AKIZOXA R. II Pacific Tine.) I Station. South Bound. Koeth Boonh. Lt. 8.oo a. m. Ar. s.so " IfcOO " " za.z6 p. m, i.oo " " i.3o " " ; " .. Noales... Ar. 1.37 p. rn. ..Crittrden.. " jt.o a. m. L.IIuachuea. . ' a 39 i , .Fatrbark.. ' M 83a .lontention . 8.18 ..Benson. .jLr. 7.00 a. ra. A B1KXA HOVTflKAMTKKX K II Pad5c Time.1 ijcavz. Stations, askitc 9.33a. id Fairbanl. 8.15am 6ao ' Hisliee. laoon'p Daily, except Sunday. Ecs WrtUAMl". Stipt. QOUTIir.HX IMX'IFIU K. K CO IPacific Time. EAST rWDND. WEST BOUND. 435 a. m 3.00 a. m 1 1. op ro C30 p. m. .... Benson.. ...Ar.' 7.50 p.m. ...:Tucson.... 9.45 p. ro. ...Maricopa... tx.50p.1n .....Yuma..... 6 20 a. m .Los Angeles. .Ar ! 4.00 p-m. 8.30 a. m.i Lt. XyMixeii traios. carrying passengers and freight, amm at Benson, east bound, at a. 15 p. m ; uest bocnl 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour Slower than Tomb stone time. riKBii ftrwfce. ...

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 November 1893

f-yp. j -WEDNXUSDA.Y rssasasa3H3EsasssEszsa6afcri THLT5 - EIITAJPBL V'. THE - EPITAPH jj Wednesdav and" S joday" , contains all jjj Ihe news of he meek as it appears in n the Daily Ikospsctok Ul -vr 1 . . 1 SlUt-WltKLT TOXSSTOIE EriTANI will give all the news and wul be sent to any address for t Three Months for &1 ,aS2Sa5ESaSH5HSHSESESE5H5a VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1893. E NO 122. Cf jfMkMr W .r SlHff S W tf! J omBslonr tpirapn. EDITION. au ? r-tf 1- a-. ' &?- " -V h TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City aid C-mnty Official Paper 0BLI6HED EVERY EVENING (ElCKFT BtJSDAY) BT S. C 1AGG. E4ittr and Fntrietw. OFFICE: Ft mt ., ! if aty Kmll. Iilwfl tatkTtabasM FiiuIhu seooad ImumBk. UM StUMM 100CI MB. k F. A A. U. MEETS THE THIRD SATUK idar is each month at Masonic Halt (All Visiting Brothers in rood standing k are invited to attend. Special meet lagswliea the flag is hoisted oa the HalL A. L, Grow.. W. M. W. C. IRiad, Sec PROFESSIONAL OABDS W3I. JPI....

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 November 1893

m Mlnnii 1mt-rT'-' v5'rrMr" w TOMBSTONE EPITAPH k. CRtmasr bates One year. ft 00 Six months 2 60 LVlhered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The news that Queen Lil has not yet been restored to the throne nas received at Washington with disap pointment. Tbe balance of the people ot the United States appear to be nell satisfied. The administration will be required to back down or fight. Judg ing from the success nhich attended its efforts in repealing the Sherman act it will not take water at this junc ture and startling developments are looked for. The inter-state commerce commis sion has decided that a majority of cisea coming before it are proper cases for a court of competent jurisdiction over which it has no control. Judg ing from appearances, the present grand jury must be petting into the same channel of thought regarding the majority of cases brought before it. The majority of cases that go from a justice court to a hearing before a grand jury, should ...

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 November 1893

...j. -i,mmmmmimmmmn, i , r; sw-.izs&'arj!!vmrr,r r Igl1 JiUH. '-J! JlZT- "xmtigtf pcaapjiw ""hjwvj f ). I; 'A 3 & X r- -t, x f. T01IBST0NE EPITAPH. r . . Tombstone. Cochise Count r. Arizona. - '. ' fj r vrruu w tm post omct m si comsciam surtta. ftm Tuttday's Daily. Lawrence O'Keefe, a former well known Tombstone miner, is iu-town. Wm. Place, of Bitbee, bangs bis htngle out in the columns of tbe Pcosrsciou tonight. The location of tbe Gold Bug mine nil millsite, California district was she only paper recorded today. An effort is being made to discover tbe identity of the man mho Cred two hots near tbe posloflice last night. Hiss Nellie Walsh left for Phenix today iu response to a dispatch an nouncing the dangerous illness of her mother. Ex-Gov. Murphy has returned to Phenix. Ue predicts tbo complet on of the Phenix and Prescott road with in a year. It is probaole that tbe Kansas Cat tle Co., doing business in this county, will dispose of all of its cattle and close up its a...

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 November 1893

T x I." J I r TOMBSTONE FROSPECTOR NOYEMBEK. - 22 , 1893 -VJ-EW IKXICO AKIXOXA K. K (Pacific Time.) N.ith Boomx Station. South Uorvtx Lt. 8.00 &. m. .. Nogales... Af. i 37 p. ixl. Ar. .o " ..Calabasas.. ia 56 " ia 00 " ..Cnttrrden..; ' ix.4.0 a. m. " ia.16 txtn. ..Huachuca. .. 039 " too " ..Fairbank... " 830 " " tt.30 " .Icautnbon .1 " .iS " ra.y " ...Benson. . JLt. 7 00 a. m. A KIZeXA at IOGTBOIITUXK PaaSe Time.1 lzatc Stations. arrive, ft,3a.to Fairbank. 8.15am uao ' Kisbee. iaoon'p Daily, except Sunday. Bk 'WlI.UAVB.'Bupt. , OOETHEKT PACIFIC (B. IB CO Pad5e Time.') CAST kOOB. WEST SOUND. 4 5 ft. m. 3 00 ft. m. ti.p.m. iop. m. .... Benson..... Ar J 7.50 p.m. .....Tucson.... " I 0.45p.m. ....yancpa,... ' 11x50 p.ta .....Yuma..... 6 ao a. m ,.Los Angeles. .Ar. 4.00 p.m.. 8 30 a. nui Lt. TMixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive' ftt Benson, east bound, ftt 2.15 p. u ; vest bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is on boor slower than Tomb, stone time. FtlKnatl Service. -Xhe ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 November 1893

rrmmmsimm BHr-Ji!MWI)WJMw "" & A- "" : - i - - " ... " '" "T"i -'"r '"r'lrr.r" "-rrr -t" t- - . . n. rsasaaasafle3BsasasESEsesaeE R rrivarxr! u!Ttt a r"n THE - EIPIT-AJPEL mnhftnie SUil-WXtKLY TOMtSTOM EriTArit vol pe all the news and ill be sent to any address for Wednesday and Sundays, contains all the nes of the week as It appears in theDtHY PsosrsCTOK. Five tJents a. Copy. H 'J Three Months for $1 aS252SHSZ5BSHSSSc iSSS2S3SBS2535tSa5S5BS35e5S?J E DIT X VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1893. NO 12?. fpilnpl). ljL 1 ,--' - I&v. TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Uitv g.l C umty Olflfial apyr OBUSHEb EVERY EVENING CExckpt 8rjaT) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Pretrietor. OFFICE: freouat St.. OppesiU CltT HalL (attest lTMtii Ti oca lu. mttr KlaS JJUUM IMCl M. J. f. A A M a JKErS THE THIRD SATUK- A da in each -nonth at Masonic llsll '' JT JM1 Viitinj Brothers in good standing r areinriledto attend. S.;ecal n-et apwhea the flag is hoisted on the Hall. A. U Glow.. W 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. — 26 November 1893

H TOMBSTONE EPITAPH . i &2ll-TIU, KATES One year. f4 00 .83r months 2 60 IVlivercd by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. IS KEIOKM A FAIMICE? Aeizona is not a country where re forms are popular. The individual efforts made to step up from one lccl to another are not considered by the - rank and fileo! Ariionaiu the proper ' caper, and the man who undertakes it is apt to meet with a cold reception i on all sides. The editor of the 1'kospectok spent two days in jail in his younger months and had it constantly thrown up at him, although he has endeav ored to lead a model life ever since. Fred Hughe?, n former Tucson sporting niau, joined the ranks of tbo 400 of the ancient and honorable pueblo, hut nithout effect, lie has it thrown up at him constantly that "he was once a gambler." J. O. Dunbar, editor of the Gazette, was once indicted by a grand jury in Cochise county," and although he joined the church and took commun ion regularly ever afterward, his ene emi...

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 November 1893

i J. gpf T, I , it "' P i . "x 1 TOIBSTONE EPITAPH. TsiabsUme.CocMs Coanty. Irizon. f HTUCO M TMg SOST OFSKt a. tCOOftO-CIAM IUTTIS. From Friday's Daily. Mrs. E. J. Robert! is in town. W. U. Barnes left for Tucson today. Tamales tomorrow at tho American BaLery. Allen Walker went morning. to Biabee this Jo McPherson was an outgoing pas senger today. L.V Vancourt, New York, is regis tered at the San Jose. An effort is being made to get a re duction of railroad fare for delegates attending the statehood contention' next Monday. ' Jo Lippert returned today Tucson, cenwnced that there place like Tombstone. from is no Professor Cunulock of the Urmer sity will isit the Chincahua moun tains next week to study tne geology of that range. Miss Nellie Walsh returned today ' from Phenlz. Her mother, who wa taken suddenly ill last Tuesday, is much better and out of daDger. The jury in the forgery case again! ex-Probate Judge French of I'rescott returned a erdkt at noon jesterday of not guilty, af...

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 November 1893

SiSf '.- H , . " " - " .,,.-. Tn'7P IIMI "7 7 '"' T i. i" - . 1 ')' '"I1 W HXjABftW'.' ft c TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER, - - 25, 1893 itbw ar.xico akixoxa b. k. (Pdfic Time.) NOITH BOBKn, STATION. SOUTH BOCNIX. Lt. B.oo s, m. Ar. S.4. xa,oo " " ta.16 p. m. . i.oo " " 1.30 " " Ta.3 ' ,. Nocales... .Calabasas.. ,.CmlMiden.. ..Huachuca. . ..Fairbaek... ,lontentKa . ...Benson. .. !Ar. 37 P- I-5 " 11.40 a. ra. 39 " 4.30 ' S.18 7 00 a. m. Lr. KixeXA MCTBCMTIUUI Padac Time. Stations. 3. ...Fairbank. .15am ....Hishee. ...Iixoon'p Daily, except Sunday. Ben 'Williams, Supt. IOCTIEM PACIFIC K. it CO Paaae Ttme.1 EAST tocm. WEST SOUND. 4-5 m a.ooa.m 11. o m. At. Benson... i.Ar. 7.50p.m. ' Tucson.... " 0.45 p.m. ' ....Maricopa... ' 12 50 p. ra ' Yuma..... " r 6ao a. m Lt...Los Angeles. .Ar i 4.00 p.m 3op. m. 8.30a. m. SaTMiaed trains, carrying- passengers and freight, amve at Benson, east bound, at a.15 p. m : vest bound 6.30 a. m. Padnc time is one .hour slaver than Tomb atone time. flKBsal r...

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 December 1893

' sESHStL3a5EsasHsasEfiEsasHas' TXIE - EPITAJPIl Wednesdays and Sunday! . contains all the news of the week as it appears In the Daily ritosrscioK. ..-; Mtwit 1 vl SeuiAVcekly Tomsstonk. Epitahi will ge all the nesand will be sent to any address for Three Months for 1 Five CJeiitr-. n. Uopy. SaSSS5Sa5H5S5B5HSc t5E5E525ES25H5ESHESE5H52S2 J IE DIT X VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1893. NO 125. ant mm -iCidcagy j oixr . '! 3 u I 1 fill I f 10 - -8T ft TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv awl County Official 'per OBLISHED EVEKV EVENING (EXCSPT SUMaY) BT 8. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: Pr.mont St.. Qf tt CUT P" 'Kat-Tl in Tuu '" " ---lata easts . KINS S8UMM IMC- M. fc F. A A. H. A MEETS.THE THIRD S.WOR. 4 dayineachmjathat Masonic HalL 'i. M All Visunz; Brothers in good standing - are Invited to attend, Special meet nrswhea the Oaf is hoisted on the HalL A. L, Gkow., W. M. W. C Rad, Sea PROFESSIONAL, oards. W.tI PUCE TTOSNSY AT LW AND NOTAKY PUBLIC L CjJecj...

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 December 1893

rjLHu fmsmmmt)mtm i i U ' r r it A TOMBSTONE EPITAPH w CBlrTaOX KATE Onejear fi 00 6U month 2 60 delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cent per month. President Cleveland lies congress on bis hands today. Abizoxa newspapers have done more for the territory than all other agencies combined. It is a pity that they should curtail their power by quarreling smorn; themselves. Jcdok Sloan fined four grand jury men at Tombstone last week for being late. We admiroa judKe Hint pushes business and lessens the burdens of the taxpayers. The judge in this in stance set an example that would be well to follow throughout the terri tory. Too much time is wasted in transacting court business at the ex pense of the taxpayer. FlajstafT Democrat. The statehood couvuution of Okla homa, which met on Monday last, was an immense affair. Eight hun dred delegates were present and every county was represented. Its success was due to the fart that politicians were not allowed a hand in organiza 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. — 3 December 1893

m " " ' " - jjJ" w 3s- It I ' h v j A TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tomtetone.Cochto Coau.tr. Arfroux IlTOtD ! THt KUT omct U MCOW-CLMI IUTTM. from fWday' Daily. Judge Baker baa decided that Yuma is iu Arizona. Q.A. Oibton, Uuacbuca, U regis tered at tho Cochise. According to the Oaaii the Florence Tribune U offered (or tale. Waiter Fife and wife, San Pedro, are registered at tbe San Jose. The big 'uni beat the little 'una yes terday at bate ball. Score 11 to 10. Fiiexiz will go the I rout like a race bone whan tbe North and South pd ii bniahed. Mrs. Geo. It. King of Willcoz took ber departure (or home today. Her daughter. Mi's Winnie, is still under Dr. Hamilton's care. Frank Reinhart, Denison, Texas, Sergeant Delaney, George Watts and Thomas Gully, Uuacbuca, registered at the Palace yesterday. Francis J. Heney came in last night. He drove up from Benson by private conveyance, where he arrived from Tucson on a freight train. Rev. Downs and wife, Mr. Mitchel and wife. Miss Roso Ilattich and Mi...

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 December 1893

s i''Sa -Mfc"7"- 3 I 111 -r 4 : H i is. 4 r U i K 1 At TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR DECEMBER, - 2, 1693 WKW MKXICO AK1XOXA K. K (Purine Time.) ! Nokth Boeva Station. South Bound. Lt. 8.00 . m. . NoeaIes...'Ar. 1.37 jv m. Ar. 8.40 " ..CaUbasas., " 12.56 - iaoo ..Crittenden.. ix.o a. ra. 13.16 n. m. ..Iluicbuca. . ' o, 39 1.00 .FaiibanL..., 8.30 1.30 .Contention . 8.18 ' ' a. 30 ' ...Benson. . Lv. 7 00 a. m. A KlZttXA OL'TBE.UTEIX K It Pacific Time. I leaie. Stations aekite. 9.30a. m Faiibank. 8.15am 20 " Bisbec. ;.... lawn'p Daily, except Sunday. Bex Wiluamb, Supt. C01!THEH: fAClKIC K. It CO Pacific Time. east WEST BOUND. t 4 23 a. ra. 3.00 a. m. xx.op. ro. V30 p. tn. Ar. Benson.. ...Ar.j 7.50p.m. iucson.... , 9.45 p.m. ....Maricopa... " 12.50 p.ui Yuma..... 6 20 a. m 8.30 a. m.1 L.V...LOS Angeles. .ArJ 4.00 p m. C?Mixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at 2.15 p. m ; vest bound 6.30 a. m. Padfic time Is one hour slower than Tomb stone time. Mcnnl Hrrtlc...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 December 1893

rZSSSBSSBSSAsHaBaSBaBaBasSSVSlSmaam jFrriuc - epitaph! I jfl Stsft-WttELT Toumtcmc ErtTArii ontb&Ionr Wednesdays and Sundays, contains all the neus of the nee as it appears in the Daily I'sosrscroe. will pte all the news and will be KM to as address lot miree Montha for $1 Uvo Cents.'a Copy. 9 BSaSHSHSHSESESHSHSaSHSHSE. SESESHSHSZSHSSSaSE5HS2SiES2J JG DIT X "KJ sea re I? 1 ,r ,- K- VOL XV fOABSrONE PROSPECTOR Uitv aad Comity Official fnper JltLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Schy) T S. C. BltiG. E4itr and rrriet.r. OFFICE: fwtat St.. atU Pity Hall. atarwl la taa Tab.o, t-t mma ateoaf iMtaitw KIM WIMM LH6E H. U U A A. H. MKKrs THE THIRD SATUK. day in each mouth at Masonic Hall. 2r" All Vismnj Brothers in good standing 7 are Invited to attend. Special meet arswhea the Bag is hoisted oa the Hall. A. U Gsow.. W. M. W. C RAO, Sec. PROFESSIONAL OARDS. WM PLACE ATTOtNST AT LW AND NOTAST PySLIC , CollccJm Male. BisitE. AkIZOXA. rsina O. B4KI.K, USAT AS.O MrTALLCaGlCAI. LaSORATOSV. OFFICE No...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 December 1893

7 A; i hi i f 5 "4 . i .tit 'X jr.i ra. i 3X)MBSS0NE EPITAPH SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OaojctT. M 00 Sir mnnllia 5 0 lelivered by carrier to any partdl Hie city for 35cents per month,-" The Engineering and Mining Jour nal, whoso name belies its calling, predicted that silver would go to 00 cents by Jan. 1st if the Sherman act were repealed. It prediction is a good deal lile the resident's Ha waiian policy: it will not stand the test. It is said that the avoirdupois of Grover Cleveland- and Queen Lil of Honolulu only differs two pounds. An eastern paper has started a gusssing contest as to which one the extra pounds belong. And in the face of this discourtesy the president still pins his faith to the ct. Iue Teachers' Institute took oc casion to decide unanimously that the compulsory school law is a good one, but not properly enforced. It has net er been in force in Cochise county. For some reason or other the superintendents of public instruc tion for the three terms during which it has b...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 December 1893

iy I (, ' ,' b(. A r-7 ) i v! K i r- I). 1, Hi TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstn?.C(whIs County. ArUsna. UTiun m THt rost offci as skcooiam mattes. From Friday' Dcrity. Jat. McKay, city, is the Saa Jose. registered at A. tramp committed auiciSe yester day at Dcmlne by shooting himself. A, card on the door of Judge Keilly's office announces that be is out of town. A, P. Camou, Uuayraas; W. A. Steel, Guajmas; C. H. Stannard, San Francisco, are at the PaUce. Th e El Faso Times has been official ly notifiei by President Dias that its circulation in Mexico is prohibited. A MhxIraii nampil Avprrra waiy locked up last nigbtfor lickincin the door of Miss Victoria Salser's resi dence. The land court will open in Tucson next Monday. Two of the judges, Iteid and Murray, are already on the ground. It is rumored that troops have bcen ordered out from Fort Grant to inter cept Kid, who is supposed to be going: north toward the reservation. W. A. Steele, representing the Chamberlain Medicine Co, is in tow...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 December 1893

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