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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 January 1894

i j, j? J 1411 1 . ""1 '" -ngMaiaumaa w -, ,""i-ip,v ;- - I' (! I 1 si3VBaB9BBaaB9efifSEa2SS&xaBi& rgasaseszsHsesssasasssa P;H 5 THLE - EIIT-AJPEL THE - EPITAPH nj Wediiesla am. Sundays, containsall h the news of the ucel. as tt appears in n the Daily Vko-frjox. Kl pr mm will gne mil the news and will be sent to any address for Three Xoii11k iur Sl IK lor J. JS jjl a'ivu Cents si Uopy 2 t S55H5l!Sl15E5E5HSES 3ES XIT X VOL. XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JANUARY 2S, 1894. NO 25. ft TreBWOBUHi!llW5:'ir- ' ftiiihlt sMtaw. 11 & t v ', y ' i s K '.i I) V if rOMSTONE PROSPECTOR Ctv ita.ro mnty OlUditV upt'r rwiiiTEu-EVEKY "evening (Except SUSIUY) S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: froraont St.. Opposite City aall. Etsrl In lt Tomtaton. Po. .30. M tsccnJ ews nistnr. IKlliC S018M3S 103CE H3 5. F. & A. H. MEETS THE THIRD SAIun- , day m each month at Masonic Hail .I.. .--u .v... m ennd standine "n7 are i-inted to attend, Spetaal nr-el n-shen the flag i...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 January 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH TUUS OF &LBss.iclpT10.NS Onejear ,$4 00 Bii months 2 SO Delivered by carrier to any part ot the city for 35 cents per month. A puree of $35,000 hat been GiTtred by Los Angele tports for lb Corbett Jackeon tight. I.oa Anuelc. ouM be better oil- luiaiici illy by giving the principals $35,000 to etay away. Prize tights have lost their interc-t when it takes $50 to tee a nine minuto show. The report of tho secretary of the treasury thong that tho enormous sum of $198,120,000 in gold coin is in circulation in the United States and but ?5S.700,000 in eilver dollars. Of gold certificates vve have $150,000,000 in circulation anil of silver certificates $325,000,000. Willi thi condition of alTairsit need not be feared that sliver will ever be withdrawn from circula tion as n money metal in the United States. The Tomb-tono merchants hae been beaten in their suit to test the ahJity of the liccn-o law paed by the last legislature. The Supreme court denied the writ yesterda...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 January 1894

p ; j fjnuMi'mnnwanpS I I It I! "i ' h'A tvi SI ft. HI r I'.i ' If.i f siJilH W t , ,J4 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona. IMTMCD IN THt KMT OWCf S ICC0N9-CLAI4 MATTm. Front Friday't Daily. A week from today U Arbor day. What are we Ei"g to do about it? John rani's infant ton aged months died in Tucson yesterday. 1J The general ollicei of the Phenix fc Staricopa railroad hae been removed to ban rrancisi'O lor comemeuce take. ONLY TIIIIF.E HOUNDS. The Hi;? Tislit was a Little Show fur S2.J a Ticket. J. II. William', Win. I.-ton, G. W. Blackburn end K.CJ. Xorton registered nt tho San Jose from Ilisbce ester Fifty men arrhwl at l'riscott last Satuidar from Lo Angolt to go to work on tho grade of the S. !'. 1. &. V. road. E. 11. Monk of Wilcox, received a telegram from Los Angeles jcterday telling of tho terious illness of lii brother Dr. Monk, and left on the next train for Calilornia. The supreme court has continued tho rase of Kinnear. Kinnear for thu term. Th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 January 1894

' i isrTii.TirfflBinn'Tr m- trwrywiiw v taii.iiiiiij.W Jf i mKwUmM HBiiiaoiiiiinnjut iTHjiifffliwiir "yr MKr :k s tWS ! f!f TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANUARY, 27, 1694 -U-K1V HKMl'O AK1ZOYA K. H (Pacific Time.) Nth Bobnd. Statio.h. (South Bound. Ly. I o a. m.i Not"tles...Ar. i 37 p. m. Ar. S 4 I .Calabasas.. ' 1256 l.o. " I. .Crittenden.. 11.40 a. m. I2.lt p. m...Ilu3chuca. . ' 039 I... ' .Fairbank.. ' 8. 30 ' 1.30 " !. Contention . " 8.x8 M . ' I . .tVnson. . Lv. 7.00 a. m. BIZOXAA HOI'THF.tMTKRX It tt Pacic Time. J LEAtE. STATION' ARRIVE. 030a. id Fairbank. 8.15am 620 " Ittsbee txoon'p Daily, txcept Sunday. Ff.v Wiiliamp, Supt. cncTiir.Rx t'Aiiiic ic. ic en PaciSc Time.l EAST BOUND. WES BOUND. 4.25 a. m 2.00 a. ro. XI. op. m. e30 p. m. 8.3. m. Ar., ... .Benson... ..Ar. 7.50p.m. ....Tucson.... " 9.45 p m ...Maricopa. . 12.50 p. ru ....Yuma..... " 6 20 a. ra .Los Angeles. .Ar. 4.00 p m. Lr.. tyMixeil trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive- at Benson, ea.t bound, at 2.15 p. m : u...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1894

V, THE - EPITAPH p) tj&ssssBasasemsaBmBesasaEMBii? THE EPITAPH S Till WlEkLT TOMBSTONE ENTANI and Arizona Kickir will cue all Published hundays. me news anirviill be scot to any ad- KlCklK published Wednesday con lain all the neus of the week as it ap-jx-ats in the LHlLr Frospsctor. Jivtj Jentis ti Copy. dress for Tlireo ZVIoiitii for , S 5SH5BSE5HSES2SLl5E5E52SE5Er . SSE5H5ESaSE5HSaEH5HS2S2SS VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 1S94. NO 26. sfannhitone Intnl. !1 S It r h r ! X f f hi I THE PROSPECTOR. City ami County Ollieial Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Excrrr Sunday.) nv S. C.BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE. Fremont St., Opposite City Hull Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as Second Class matter. KING SOLOMON LOOSE NO. B. F. & A. M. MEETS THE THIRD SATUR. div in ea;h month at M"mic HalL ' are invited to attend. SDeaal meet nzswhen the flag is hoist-d on th Hill. T1105 Lowrv, W. M. A. N. GvGE, Sec. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. w.m. I'uci: A TTOR...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1894

M r r vcmnsnmNv. tcpttaptt TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS: One year ft 00 6ii months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. Hands oil", Groier. Gie the v.cet a ebon- to breathe the air ot freedom. Thomas Moonlight of Kansas haj been nominated as minister to I'olni.i. He is not a moonshiner, as his name and politics might indicate. Tiieue are 12,000.000 acres of sur veyed and 31,000,000 of unenneycd land in Arizona subject to entry. With ten acres allotted to ono settler this would support a population of 5,000,000 souls. Is 1SSS Arizona cat 11,53s votes. In 1S92 the vote nas 12,32'l.a Ein in four ears of "iJ votes. While this may not be a formidable argument in favor of statehood it disproves the as sumption that we hao retrograded during that period. The Wilson bill has run the gaunt let of the house. Tor once this ses sion the Democracy has stood by its platform. Let the senate stand firm for the same policy and the Democ racy "ill regain some of its los...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1894

:f 1' ' O n v C TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona. NTMI9 to THC POiT OrnCt Al IIOOMD-CIAM HA1TIR. from Friday's Daily. Dan Kosj was an incoming passcn gar on the stage today. Dr. Clark left today for Bisbee. where lie will resume Ins practice. Black tail deer at $2 lier head go begging on the street of Tombstone. Dave Kelly returned today from a 'trip to California and the Salt liiver valley. K. B. Gage went to GraM Valley from Prescott as soon as postible after hearing of the death of C. v. Leacli. Ben Crawford will go to "ogales next week to register Chinamen. lie will probably visit Tombstone on his return. C. D. Reppy came in today. He is traeling In the itj'.ercst of the I'henii Herald, the best local paper in the territory. Thero are forty men working on the Bowie road. L. D. Wood out a licence today for a faloon gambling place there. look and The Enterprise intimates that George Meek was frozen out of the Florence Tribune management, and that he has the pa...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 February 1894

frtJStg: , r 5 Tin s i ifeT JpJHBjteSil'i ill' l' 1 1) l 5 ".WW i,!r. mlv,rf ' I j I" k 1 1 The Prospector. FEBRUARY, 3, 1891 Viw iir.xieo A AIUZON.A 11.11 (faafic Tune.) Kim Bound. Station. South Hound. f-v. Im Lh.1 Xoeales. Ar. x 37 p. m. Ar. s a " . Cilahaau.. " 56 10.00 ..Crittenden. ' 11.40 a. m. " X2.ift pl m. ..Huachuca. . ' o 39 100 ' ..Fairbank.. ' 8 30 " 1 10 " .(.ententien . " 8.18 ' 11 t. " ...Benson. Lr 7 00 a. m. A ltlZOVA A MOITIIF. IMTKII It II IPaa'ic Time.)' leave. Station akkive. 930a. m Fairhanlo 8.15am 6 aij ' 1.. Nistre. 12-wjn'p Daily, txcrpt Sunday. Ers Viiuavs, Supt. OOl'TllKltX VXCIKIf 1C. II o Pacific Time. ?E"T STATIONS I WES BOUND. STATIONS BOUND. 5425a. m Ar IJenson Ar 7.50p.m. aooa.ni Tucson.... " 1 9-45 p ni. rnop.m. ' .. .Maricopa. . (?50p.ul 30 p. m. ' Yuma 6 20 a. m 8 30a. m. Lt. ..Los Angeles. Ar 4.00 p m. ffTMixed trains, carrying passengers and freight, arnse' at Benson. east botid, at 2 15 p. n ; west bound 6.30 a. rn. Pacific time is one boar ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 February 1894

jBJfl Bairii'nBiBWJilBHCTB - HPITAPH G THE - EIITJEIi H) Mm Till 'EKLT TOMSSTONE EPITAPH and Akiiosa KlLkm will cite all ths new and ui!l be sent to any ad dress for Published Sunday?, and Arizona Kicklr published Wednesdays con tain alt the news of the week as it ap pears in the Daily fiiOr-sCTOK. Fivo Jcntn si Joiy. Tlii'oo Ioiatlis lor is ior iJ- in tS B5ESS5ESESH5ESBE ESE5E52SH c-S25HSS52Sa5aEaHaEesciSHSzs3,j VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE "COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1894. NO 27. loin fpuUM THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Ollicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCEPT Sl'SBAY.) -BY S. f . BIGS, Editor and Proprietor. OrTlCE Fremont St., Opposite "t' 1Iu Entered in the Tombstone Postcfflce as Second Class miner. , KIKC S0103W LOOSE M3. S. F. & A. tl n MdHTS THE T1IIKD SATUK- v day in eich mjnlb at Masonic Hall. 'iK All Visiting Brothers in good standing ' are invited to attend, special meet nrsv'asn the iiizis hoisted on the HIL Tiios. Lowbv, W. M. A. N. Gvge, Sec PROF...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 February 1894

,"r'" -nr-i ... i. - 1 h t K a TOMBSTONE EPITAPH TERMS OF SCBSCSIPTIOSS: One year. fl 00 Six months 2 50 Delhcrctl by carrier to any part of the city for 35 ccuU per mouth. (lotto aut llewle Knutl, Felix Le Blanc, w ho is one ol the iurey party on the lion ij an J Globe road, is in Tuccon and tells tbo Star that the company is experiencing much trouble in tccuriug right of nar along the GiU river. Thoso owning laud there set the price to high that the projectors of the enterprise, under the preient conditions, nouUl be com pelled to expend about $100,000 for the privilege of passing on their land before the enterprise could be carried to a successful conclusion. Till this trouble is adjusted, no further surveys will be made. The graders are at noik, however, and will grade as far as the line has been surveyed. Mr. Felix thirls everything will be satisfactorily arranged before long. i. o o. r. At their regular meeting Tuesday Feb. 6th. the following oQiceis were installed into office...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 February 1894

', yr yyRy ', pjjtafl - .':?. 1-7 rn- t " - ' v'f f?gj?'"' - R.TSJpPF-.uF SL-f;"' T" lid w It f MS i 5 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. Cothite Count v. Arizona. INTlRtO in Tm MMT OTTICK tICO0-kAM MATTE. From Friday'i Daily. Judge J. F. Duucan is on the nick list. Two drummer arrive J on the tago tody. Court will convene in Tombstone ne:t rrecL. A. L. Sauford i in from bis mines in the iluachuca'. Go. Pridham returned today to the Soldier Hulei ranch. A full houe nill greet the Huachu ca Minstrels tonight. It ion iant to enjoy a good laugh go to the show tonight, A marriage is un the tapis uotnith itanding ilia hard times. J. Escaig, ol the once booming city of Contention, is in the city. Several Midninter Fair round trip tickets have been sold from Benton. F.Burns of Guaniae is paying Tombstone a isit. lie is at the Pal ace. Attention is ca'led to the program of the Iluachuca Minstrels published tonight. J. McDermott is able to be about again after a sharp attack of pneu monia. Otto G...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 February 1894

!L rwfamBm - - i-X HTRI lr n;i -f u-BifSfJW pir. Ik. rtJL . . . " - -vr ' -i rift - ij u - . . , . -"v. ., , IHM.IMHH ifpiji in Bgsw j- - wf l"h)i i 'pi-to w" iiH'nhpi.W mm w T" uiuiiiii ill "irjr ji Wit. 1 , '' ' " 'i TVfi' 7 .f '. ,-.T- " T "! unSStKr"Mi t l? ,nBT!B , , J i iSMSfc mjr i. k '' .' V. Pit- ' '-":' ' ' ' " iPMnil'il l'wj"ii ' fin "ill" HKfl u - ..I 5BSC 7 The Prospector. FEBUA.KY, 10, 1894 N in HKXIV AB1ZOXA It. K (Pidf Ti t) MttTI Boih Station. ISoutii Fousr. LT. (m . m. 'iJei...'Ar. i 37 p m. Ar. 1 " .Calabasas.. " 1156 " l,c " ..Critfnden.. " 11.4 t. m ' ia.it p m .Huachuca.. 039 " "i. " .Fallback..)" 3 " ' 1 f M .Cn'cntoa . ' 8.1S ' a nm " . ..Bens,n. 'Lt 7 00 a. m. IKVXA.& l'TBE.kTEE B B fPaa'e Time. '3 LKAYK. 3HTION AURIVE. 93. n FfcJrbanlc 8.13am eg ' Bisbee ia.oon'p Daily, ucept Sunday. Ben Williams, Supt. OOETHKItX PACIFIC It. It CO, fracihc Time. EAST 13UVB. WES BOUND. 4 15 a. m 3 00 a. m. XI cp m. 3 p. ra. j9 33 a. m. Ar. . . ... Hen on. . . ' Tucson......

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 February 1894

a- silS;a:v:4BgbagBjaiK23s r- -u -wiur - ,.i nrrffl-at.!-. i"1 -n'T , T jr, "i IMEBGnsIff i' r r '" - . t i ' . . rL i r i ri ti 1 1 mil tiifii mmmti irnrr mmmnm"mfir,vmimmm tT'-IT -r-T T- ,.-', Mfcr S2SE5HSE5ESaSH5asaSeiSEaSSO THE EPITAPH nJ h rrm? l.-?TIrTAPH W' u ----- ill Pub'ished Sundays, and AmzoNA LH KICK LR uUihed Wednesdays con " uinall theneso( tbe eekas it ap- H pears in the Dmiy PkofscTob. S -Five Jeit.ti3 CJopy. Thi WriJCLT TOMBSTONE ErlTAMI and Arizona Kicklk iili cite ail the news and (will be tent to an) ad dress for ry J. 111'UU UUIlllir AW- St - mi....n 4l... 4--.. l i.SS52SHS2SBSESHSH52SE5HSB5; tisasEsasHSHSHsasasssssssssB j VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY iS, 1S94. NO 2S. FT ; mmliitiMie fpttiim u A s Li p THE PROSPECTOR. City aud County OUichil Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (.Except Susinr.) S. C. BAG, E'litorjanl Proprietor. OFFICE Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Entered in fie Tombstone Postofflce as Second Class natter. KIMS SOl...

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 February 1894

"J. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH TEKUS Or SIHSCUIPTIONS On year. f 4 00 Sit months 2 00 Delhered by carrier to any part of Hie city tor 35 cents per month. Senator Hill has an eye on the presidency. If he brings us into the union this year he can confidentially expect our support iu 1S9C. One of the nio-t lhauMed jobs just new is that of Congressman. Our own delegate cau testily to the truth of this assertion, lie is said to lie turned sray headed trjing to pleae all of his constituents during the past six months. The latent news from Washington makes the probabilities of statehood more certain. Every indication po uts to the rejection of the nomination of Feckham and a compact between Senator Hill and friends of statehood whereby he will throw enough otes to our U to admit us in return for 'xotes against Peckbam's confirma tion. At any rate, the New York senator has us iu tovr and can pull us through. Feom the latest information it is altogether probable that Judge Sloan will not be here to 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. — 18 February 1894

In ft I V l i m TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. Cochin CoantT. Arizona. tHTUES IN THt POST Of net AS CCO0-CLAt MATTIR. from Friday't IMity. There nai no mail today east of A1 buiuerque. Mr. Xeal :s the guest ol Mrs. V. K. Meado at Tucion. Mrs. Scott Wliito u culTering from a painful attack of neuralgia. Dick Kulo and nifc, formerly of Toiulidtoue, are back i'q VA 1'ato. J. Burn", Bisbee, and J. Kichardton, Now York, are registered at tbc Co cliiie. Foster's etorm was ushered in till morning a little ahead of time. He had it billed for tomorrow. Jesse Lowry, ncll Lnonn in Tomb stone, i engaged to be married to an estimable jottiig lady in Seattle. E. B. Gago and wife hac gone cast. The Star says that Arthur Gage ac companied them, but his friends in Tombstone do not know of it if he has. A. Wentworth, county recorder, ha a petition in circulation asking for his appointment oi clerk of the court. It has received a large number of sig natures. Another ery rich pocket has been struck in o...

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 February 1894

, , l in nirtm n , m ,, , , . i mi rt , - -- T ... ii ip tm,t -rt.'. ..... ,iriTi ifr.r.1,, i wm I mlh .U-rlr- W H gawtywrjwrti-idawwr tjb The Prospector. FEBRUARY. - - IT, 1894 (PaafeTime) Km BOi STATION. SOCTH BOISD. Ur. t m a.m. I Nralrs. Ar. i 37 P m. .r. I ' .CaUNnas.. " u S " tc .Critter-den. ' u 4 rn ' 12 it p. m. Iluachuca. . " 30 " ' i "I .Fairbank .. 8 30 " ' l.j ' l.Ce.ntnuon . ' S.xS ' " w 3 "I ..Benson. Lt 7 oo a. in. UliaNAA SOlTIlESTKKN tin (Paci'c Time. LtAVa. STVTION A1KIC 9 3. ro ..... . .Fairbank.. . .815am an " Bisbee . i3.aon'r Daily, except Sunday. Ben- Williams, Supt. OOCT1IKK I'AfiriC Pacfic,Time.'i It. It -l. EAST BOCNH. JiTATIONS KES BOUND. 4 25 a m r. .Benson. .Ar 7 50 p. m. 9-45 P m. 1? 50 p oi 6 20 a. m 4.00 p m a 00 a.m. .Tucson... IX oop ' .. Manccpa. " 14 Yuma " Lt...Los Angeles. .Ar s.30 p. m. 8.33 a. ro. nrMixci trains, earthing passengers and freight, amTp at Benson, cast bound, at 2 15 p ra , west bound 6.30 a. n. PariSc time is one hour slower 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. — 25 February 1894

lift; vtb V3f'l"nas;,,"1 "" " t" ,T" l"" 'im'tifjif ,,!; i,i iFn i . i .jm,u, "'""I"" 1 'If J4'Hniji wiiiini'i'ii'W!'" Ill I Ifnr '.1 Vff . VjSaSESESIaSilSESeSEHEiraSaBSSRi. ' e 5aS2SHSHST2SE!7tlSE5aScSHSB5 " J THE 12EI1WIia Mtotie Itail Trias - jsiitvxh Pub'.sli! .m:-'---. ard Arizona Kicker pu li ed WV-resljjs con tim all th news of tv.r ur k as it ap pears in the Daily Pko- -sc ob. The WrEKLT Tombstone EriTAru QJ and Arizona KilXir iil fcive alt pj the news and vul, be sent to any ad- In dress fcr N Thrcu Montli for ?1 jf. ITive Cents n Jopy. J S B5H52S2SH525H5ESE5E5H5HSE& k HSHSSSHsasasHHasasHSEsasayli VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1894. NO 2c. If ' - l'1 PM ; THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Oilicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EicsitSuxbay) I by "Z. S. C. BAG?, EJitorJaal Proprietor. OFFICE. FrerAioilt St., Opposite City Hall Entered in the ta-abslone PosicO e as Second Class mitter. KINS SJL0a3H 103CE H5. 5. F. 5. A U. ri MEErS THE TH...

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 February 1894

EOMPONE EPITAPH TLXUS Of blKSCKlPUO.VS Onejc-r $.1 00 Six months 2 50 INjlhereil liy carrier to any turt of the city lor '.Ut cunts per tnontli. Of it Republican friends ol the Salt Kier thought tJut they Imci the Democratic parly in the donr ttlien they calltii uiioti Guv. Hughes ami Secretary Bruce to uppear before a mars nit-elinjj on a moment's notice and explaiu their connection nitli the HeynooJ nrtlilts. ll:ul a IlcpublicHti IM'.cn.or an J M-cretary been placed in u timilai poriiion they would li.ie fallen back on their dignity and ic used, but Di-inoeracy looV. upon a public ofiicer as btinj; a public e vant. and good senauts alnajs comu at their master's bidding. Ihe prompt risponsa of Gov. Hughes and Secre tary ltrure leaves no dqubt of their strict adherence to the fundament 1 doctrine of Drmocr.icv. It teems to be a hoMiy of the Plie nix people that the only opco-ntiuu to ttiUeheo.l comes lrom within our territory. The Democrats accuse the Keptlblicuns and the Republican...

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 February 1894

Ih ! ' I TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. To-nMotie. Cof his? Conntr. Ariiona. f TIKCD IK ThE W.T CDCI A StCOi-ClA,i MMTCJi. From Friday's Daily. L. V. Iilimi is in l'htitnx. Ilenrj Kiteli nrnl Tom Hattou of Dos Cabins, ijjled Tumbatuue jes terJay. After a pliusatit Hit.imong friends Mr. Iajii leAtes iu the muriiiiig fur liur homo in Iti.bee. D. Wagner, S.111 Francisco, J. N. Vnugliii, lisnson, a:).l J, Kills, llul'c, aro re 'UlcreJ .si the Cochise. S. F. Fuller, Los An.nlc, ir. Fitcli auJ Tom Hallo 1, 1)jj Cabeii-", regn tereJ jesterJayat the I'ilice. George Dailj formerly the clerk of the court here is an applicant for the same position under JuJgo Wil liam.. The West SiJj histle went oil' on time this morning after a hold up of three J ivs to allow the boiler to be cleaned. James ll illy, G. W. llr) an and A Wtntnorlh hae aunounted that they will meet as a I oar J of supervisors on March 1-t at 2 p. m. Line KiJcr Finlcy brought in a Mexican jcstcruay whom he found on th ner with a lot of crool...

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 February 1894

r ii . i V Rff TK i 1 m t Tim Prospector. FEBUUAKY, 24, lei)l OT.W SU-.XICO A AHIKOA II. It (racfic Time.) NetT Bound. Siatio-j. South Pound. l.t. 8.00 a. m. Ar. 8.4o " xaoo " r7'4 12.16 p. m. " l.o ' " i.jo " 2.10 .. Nnjales.. ..Calabasas.. ..Cmtfrden. ..Huichuca. . ..Falibank.. . 1 V P- 13 S " 11.40 a. ., " 039 1 8 yi " 1. . Lv. 7 30 a. .lonlention ...Benson. A KIZO.VA A. HOITIIF.AHTK11X K It rsci c Tim:. 4.33 a. rrj t alrbank.. 930 " t Hisbee. 8.15am 13 oon'p Daily, exrfpt Snndiv. Bex Williams, Supt. "Pacific Tine. 1 EAST B CND. ;TAT10S WES BOUND 415 a. Ar Benson Ar 750P m. Tucson.... 945 p m " ....Maricopa. . " ,l2Sop ui ' Yuma " 6 30 a m Lr...Lo Angeles. .Ar 4 co p m 3.00 a. m. xi.oop m e.30 p. m. 8 3 a. m. XJ'Mixed trains, carrjinff passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at a 15 p. m ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb jtcne time. linat "rric. Tho lollowiug in tho range of the thermometer for tlio 24 bourn ending 3 o'clock p. ra. Fe...

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