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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 March 1894

ZFS"' 3!S tw M t?r-wsH W - - flfiammMhni T I jitJMiSKf . -' !- i..--L g-,, JI"W -WW! ' ' "" ' rsr-m i n. , - m. -f ' Ma se suaeaHsse3iiSESESBSESEsaBjv ffn THE EIPITAJPPl The Weekly Tomsstonf. EriTArn K and Akizo.na Kku villi e all p the news and Hill be sent to as) ad In dress for Pj Tln-eo ZYIoiitlits ibr !?! S lubiial vin iy,.and Akizona n Kirs'-K u 'ip1 Wtdnesdavs con- jv tain ail iLe news ol t'e week as nap- jfl pears in the Daily PKOsrscron. K F 1 .& .ft.--u S? "S.S- HI .- a V? s-..r-. . i7 m : kwt5H55a52525HHSaSH5H5BS2SaJ i S5SE5HSB5H5H5Z5HESH5HS2SE rif jfi c W- jit VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1S94. NO , .r !. ' I t . ' r ' f ,1' i FT ' gfitMoiie fiitafii. ;i i: L'1' -.' II I U TUB PROSPECTOR. City and County Ollicial Paper. ruBLisiu:u every evem.nq (ElCEPr Sl'SBAV.) -uv S. C. B.VGG, EJitor and Proprietor. OFFICE Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Unle-ed in the lonb.tone Postoflix a Second Class miner. KtXC SOKW-H LODGE NO. 5. Fi & A H. 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. — 4 March 1894

iii i i mi mum tiiim immw WTWiiririinffi linn nriiMi.Tim. m imiieT it i i huti irtW id if' 1 H W v h ICOMBSSXiNE EPITAPH .LUIS Or SUbCKIftlO.NS. Ot.i i.'. $4 00 65r months 2 50 Uclivered by airier to any part of Hie city ior 35 cents per mouth. JuJgo lirosscupof Illinois has dis cliarKed the rule on railroad men directing them to ausntr questions of the grand jury. The decision prac tically nullitis the iuter-statc com merce law. The Globe-Democrat's Washington Lureau telegraphs that paper that tho territories ill not to admitted this year oning to the fear thai they will go republic in. A Wall street shjloek has offered to take 75,000,000 ounces of eiher from Secretary Carlisle at G'j cents, provid ed tho United States nill place an export duty on ilver of 1-J percent for a term of tiv er. Who wouldn't? An niiahtH of the oto by which the ltland eeignorage bill nas paeed, nitons 141 Democrats, 19 Kepublici.ii:, and eight populits oting for it, a total of 1CS; 79 Kepublicaus and 70 D...

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 March 1894

rjr- TtSSSESSSSSSa n t V TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Tombstone. Cochise CoantT. Arizona. INTtUO IM THf KMT OTFKf AS IICOkO-ClAM MATTS. From Friday' Daily. a. V. Brjau returned to llensou today. I. J. Harrison, Sonora, is t tlie Co chise. J. W. Hanson is registered at the Palace. Mexican dollars arc telling (or -l'.'c in LI l'aco. Melrose Miustrels tomorrow Don't torget it. night. The Uritlin mill at said to be working ery Mammoth is successfully. Mies Kittie lUUVrty left today for Albuquerque, n here elio will pay an extended lisji to her sister Mrs. Win. Kieke. Tho Mtlrose MinstrcNnill not hate reseried teats. (Jeneral ilinision 5rtc; children i!0c. First come, first tened. Chas. and Emily Blair haie made a deed of trust of all of their (property to Uolpli Smith in for of Geo. FitU: amount named, $250. A mjrtgag of Jo Curby to Martin Costcllo of all his properly, real and personal, was filed for record today. It to to secure a loan af $200. A correspondent of the Citizen says the recent fin...

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 March 1894

?Mgyi'j,,?,ngt!!r;' ""swr"""" KSOaSBiBtQwww niiliii M.MII llgT t , T F fti: v- sr K -TF1 wt &p. MM mt lrk-'L y 'i tyrjFw yi tVW?gnr'?ri(p5lsw!F3ffn11 SgiWBBHMBfapiiaiBiflWIBHHMHIWWBBKBWIWlll11!1 '-.Wl. IMP ! &""' 1 It' I 1? IL , I..I ! T l The Prospector. MARCH, - - 3, lh9i vri:w MF.viro a ahizom ii. (Pacific Time.) Nort Bound. Station. 'South Townd. i.t. 8 oo a. m. A 8.40 " ' 10.00 M ' 12.16 p. m. ' 1. 00 " " 1.30 " " a 10 " Nogalrt... Ar. x 37 P- " ,CaUVaas,. 1256 ..Criumden.. " 11.40 a. m. . Huichuca. .1 039 " ..Fairbank.. I 8 30 ' .Contention . I " . .Benson. . Ly. 7 00 a. m. A IUZOAA A HOl'TIICAtlTKRN' R tt fraa5c Tine LRAt E. STATIONS ARKIYE. 4 30a.ro n Fairbank. 8.15 am 6 20 Bisbee laoon'r Daily, except Sunday, 3kn Willxamb, Bupt. OOt'TUEK PAOirii I?. . Vlt JPaciSe .Time.! EST stations I w" U.ND. STATIONS f BOUND. 4 25 a. rn r Benson.. ...Ar 7 50 p. m. 2.00 a.m. ' Tucson.... " 9.45 p m. xi.eop. m. ' .. .Mancopa... M 1150 p. 111 C.30P. m. " Yuma " 620 a. m 8.pa. m. Lv....

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 March 1894

r -? 5Mj:y"t5 ifr " cssasssaijasES 3SSHsascsasH5a ft T'T-lTTl - KPITAPH W fl r TXIE ISl'ITJPH tfl M Mime a Tki Wlekly Tombstone CrtT.irii and AkiZuna KatiK mill Kite all the nev.s and v. ill be sent 10 an) ad dress for Iub'ishM Nurn'ays. an! Arizon'a Kkklh puUijd 'rtnesdj)s con lain all ihi- nruscf iv wek a it aiv i1: pe-irs in the Daily 1 kocreR. r-v "S v .il. . j'.... 1 Five Jenl a, Jop JL 111 CO .UUIllllN 1J- iTT-"- U L.SaSE5HSaSE5ESHSESE5HSE5E52 252SHSH5H5aKHHaEHSa5HS2S2 VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, MARCH u, 1S94. NO 3i. Suit firttajti Ff"" BMMCW. wan-umj fe it li IB If THE PROSPECTOR City nutl County Oilicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING (Except Srsiuv.) - dy S. C. BGG. E'litor an-1 Proprietor. OFFICE. Fremont St., Opposite City Hull Entered in the Ti-nbvoae Povtoffice as Second Class matter. aW SSlOaON 100CE NO. 5. F. & A M. A MEETS THE THIRD SVTUR. ,-, diy in each month at Mavme HalL J yii AU Visiting Brothers in good standing WX are United to att...

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 March 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rUMJAlIED EVERY iTMUY. THE ARIZONA KICKElt 1't'llLIHIEl) MEUV WF.DSFSPAY. TEKMS or SU-SCK11TIONS One year U 00 Sir months 2 50 It looks as though the seigniorago bill would go through the senate like a streak of lightning. Gladstone is djini; of a bioken heart, although it is railed the grip. It was the loss of bis grip not its pos session that ailed him. The departure of Lander Tucker from Bisbee was sudden. The moral element of the copper camp isewdent ly tired of lax laws and their cham pions. The question of how to get rid of the demimonde has been answered at Bifbee". The law not being effect ire the people Aroe and spoke and the cloud disappeared. Theie has been much comment oer the alTuir and many bitter things liae been said against the Copper Queen Co for the part it took in the matter. Ihe lack of prosecution, however, seems to be at the bottom of the whole diffi culty. It is not to be expected that an attorney under bonds to aopear be fore a U. S. grand ...

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 March 1894

I JaMttBa.tti ignlerrzizr: JMMfrjWJHp V t 11 r TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ri'ULlSlIED EVKBY SVKIMY. THE ARIZONA KICKER. HElISlltl) l.KIi V WtllNLSUiV. Tombstone. Cochise Count t. Arizona. IITtAtD IN THE KIT OTFICC At Ci9-CUU MATT (II. From Friday's Daily. J. V. VicLers is back from n trip to the 0. C. Co.' a home ranch. John P. Gray u bad. at Kucker after a long abseuce in California. K. W. WooJ i in PhenW. He still registers as from Tombatoue,& par Ion oble priJe. Judo Sloan has ricoicreJ from his illness and has assumed his duties as associate justice at I'lienix. Ben Goodrich came in today from Los Angiles. He was greeted with a warm shake of the hind by his host of friends. Mrs. C. V. Leach arried today from California and i domiciled at the E. B. Gae residenco on Grand Central hill. The expulsion of Jesuits from Mex ico is causing much serious thought among those hawng the welfare of the republic at heart. The Goldberg Mining Co , operating mines between Biverside and Dudley ville,...

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 March 1894

SaMwsaiM uimunnwmjiuii '"fe. e&acrab, i -v i. ?e Tim Prospector. MARCH, 10, 1891 If KW MKMl'O AKIZOVA K. It (radfie Tiinf.) Kst Bond. Station, 'south Povnix Lt. Sm i. m. Noi1...lAr. ij; f n. Ar. 84 ' ..Calabasas,. la 56 ' " xo.00 " .CnUTdrn.. 11 40 a. n. 13.16 p. m. .Huichucx. " e J9 " ' i.o. ' Kairbank...! Z.o " " 1.30 ' .Conttntoon ,J ' " a.30 " .. Benson. ..tLr. 7 00 a. n. ItlZWNA HOI Tlir.ATE It tt Pacific Time. LAE. STATIONS AKKIIE. j.n.ir Fairbant 8.15am 620 " Bisbff. .. . .la-oonp Daily, except Sunday. 3es Williavs, Supt. QOI'TIIKIIX JPACIFHT " '" I Pacific Tirae.'l TAST UND. STATIONS HOUND 4 15 a. m s.oo a. rn r Penvin... Tucson. , .. .Vancop. ' Yum. .. Lv...Los Accedes .Ar 7 50 p. m. 9.45 p m la 50 p ui 6 ao a. m 4 00 p m XI cop. m. 5. 30 p. m. B.pa. m, Ar tTMiie-l trains. cirr)inc passengers and freight, arrive at Benson. eat bound, at a 15 p. m ; eM bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific time is onej hour slower than Tomb itoie time. Uznat rr!co. The follovlc- is the range ol the t...

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 March 1894

W&F wegiwwnqiwi HlfiV i 1 1 TTTTlriijiiliu ' -111 ...IJ.L. . I 'l.l -'liillll Illl Iltlll" lH 35 l rSsBsasasas THLE - EPITAPH Thi Weekly Tomestove EriTAru THE IhiUished Mirdsys aril Auizo-M KiCkLK puMi uei Vdnesdis con Uin all th new of t e ueek as it ap ana AKiIona kickx ill ghe all the news and wih be lent to any ad dress for pears in the daii v i-Kjf"c roR. Ul ra-si - --l.. JTivo Cents it Joy. o x iircu j tmnip tut srr-a. e S35E5B5HSES25E5E525H5BS25 sssHSHSHsasasasaEH5Z52S2saJ VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, MARCH i8, 1S94. NO 32. ffV ,rt flft, a; "l- wilF',pTFT,', 1 ifif.iL- EPITAPH S u li iinHiniii' K " vv V v f ri I THE PROSPECTOR. City amldmntv Oiliciiil Palter. PUBLISHED EVEltY EVENING (ExCUT Sl'SIUY.) B S. C. BIG K Editor and Proprietor. OFFI E Fremont St., Opposite City Hall KntereJ ra th; Tonbitone Posioffi.-e as Second CU s router. " kiit! soioaai iojse iu. s. f. & a. m. niuets the third satuk- , day la each month at Masonic Hill. AU Visiting ...

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 March 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'UUUJIIED EVERY SUNDAY. AND THE ARIZONA KICKER 1TIILIS1IED EVKKV WEDNKSDAY. TERMS Of SIBSCMMIO.N Onojiar ?4 00 Bir months 2 50 Tue ISlaml seigniorage till will pass the senate by the same majority 'hat tlio Arizona statehood bill will pa-is tbo (ime body, 1 1 to 27. Kassvs counties paid in 1SU3 for wolf ecalpa $17,000, and during the last lour years has paid in such boun ties $00,000. Many farmers have stopped raising t-heep and gone to raising nohes. NIM.TV thoucjnd dollar' worth'ot California brandy and nine was chipped to Germany on Monday bv cesel from San Francisco. It will re turn to U4 after many days with a val ue placed on it of f lOO.OvK). I'kofessou Doi'Gl.i3 cays he got an observat'on of a star Iat evening near Tucson that surpas-fs all of his pre ioua efforts in other pirts Enter prise. This compliment to a contemporary is the first one that has been dropped from Editor Brown on Editor Hughes since the late unpleasantness. The Citizen headed its teleg...

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 March 1894

5fc r 19 v l. TOJIBSTONE EPITAPH. Pl'DUSHED EVLBY Sl'XDAY. THE ARIZONA KICKER ri'EUHIEl) kVKItY WEDSESDiY. Tombstone. Cochis Conntr. Arizona. CNTIRCO III TH KMT OFTKI MCOW-LAM MATTIM. From Friday's Daily. Allen 'Walker is in town from Uia bcc. Disbee ilraws largely on the Salt Kiver valley for itu grain. Ono thousand men are at work on the North and South rovl. Forty-fiie frieuj of eiher in the eenale. That is a hopeful eign. Sam Wtuhburn and M Crowley aro painting the roof of the SchleflVlin hall. H. O. Howe left this mo.-ning for Crittenden, nhere he will do some surveying. Mrs. C. W. Leach made a flying trip to Phenix and Tempe on her wj to Oakland. U. Hill Howard, a former resident of Tombstone, is in Tucson on land court business. A largo number of 'rait trees are beinft planted at the company farm at Willcox tnis week. Bishop Kendrick ariived in town today and is the guest at the residence of G. V. Cheyuey. The Salt river is rising rapidly from the melting snow in the mountain...

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 March 1894

sp5P!raff5W!w' , f-A "Ip'-iRif f". 5 -i " i "SW1 N The Prospector MARCH - 17, 1894 N EW ilKXICO St AlilZOA ll.lt (Pacific Time ) 1 Northbound. Station .South Hound. L.v. 8.oo .. m Ar. 8.40 xaoo " ' X2.ib p. m. " x.oo ' w x3 ;; 2.0 . Noga.es...'Ar. 1 37 p. rn. . .Calatasas.. " 12.56 ' ..Crittenden. " 11.40 .Huachuca. . 9 39 .Fairbank,. 8.o " Aonunuon . ' ' .Benson. .. Lv. 7.00 a. m. A UIZONA A hOL'TUK.lMTKK KtK Tacicc Time. leae. stations rkie. 9.391.01 Fairbank. 8.15am 6 20 ' Hisbc 12 00 n'p Daily, except Sunday. 3e$ WiLUAMe.Supt. SC U CO jPaciSc Time.i WES BOUND B0 r. . . . .. Ben vn Ar Tucson.... " .. .Maricopa. . ' Yunw ' Lw...t-os Aneeles..Ar ' 7 50 P- 9-45 P " 12 50 p.uu 6 20 a. tn 4 00 p ra ix cop .30 p. m. 8 33 a. m iXMixeJ trains, carrying passengers and freight, arnve at Benson, east bound, at 2 15 p. m ; west bound 6.30 a. in. Pacific lime is one. hour slower than Tomb stoae time. Signal Merrlce. Xhe following is the range of the thermometer lor the 24 hour eodinc 3 o'cloc...

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 March 1894

HBffWBBp smw,,,. Tuf.. PiS BaaHSHSaSBSSSHESSHBi Ifff"" """" " Hig THE - EPITAPH g TTllS - J-:i1.,JPJ n httoiie Pulwb. i sund.iv-. and ABlZov K'Cki it i.u-mi.n-1 Wc:ne.da)S con Lmi all the neai of ' 'e w-ek is it ap p ars in the Din Y I'Lo-r" ton TBI WtEKLT TOMBSTONE LMTAI 14 and Abizona Kitktk mil (.ie all the new. and will be sent to any ad dress for 6 -ivs ;oiit a. uopy. XMu'CO IVSoiitliw lor Sl & J2SHSH5HSHSHSaranE5HSaSZS2 SSESSSBSE5H5ESESHS VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1894. NO 33. irttaui. B01t J THE PROSPECTOR. City ami Ounty Ollidal I'ajier. nui.laUJ.H tl.ttt HIMNO (.ElCEIT St'SlUY.i - u S. C BAGfJ, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Fremont St., Opposite City H" Entered in the Io-ostonc Po.toffice as Second Class miner. tKIKB SOLOMON 100CE NO. 6. F. & A. H. a MKErSTHE THIRD SATUK- j day in each month at Maioaie Hall. tfy All Visiung Brothers in good standing V are invited to attend. Special aKl nTSwtcn the fligis homed on the Hall. TlIOs. ...

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 March 1894

MWWPSMB .3iwB;r'MHBflFMFeP8MHl!MMH.,rF TOMBSTONE EPITAPH eehy trsuiV. AM) THE ARIZONA KICKER ITHLISIIEI) KMiKY VI DNIEIUY. II I I I Will ! Ill t " 4. - I Ou- ar t " Bii month-) 2 J0 The alnncioiiiiient of a line of rail roiJ Cfiy ix mlcs long, in the best part of eastern Kansas, is one of the most striling signs of hard time;. The Jirniy of unemployed now marcliing toward Wellington is an offspring of the McKinley hill, which built a bubble that U now in a (tale of collapse. Judging from the condition of so ciety in Kentucky as furnithed by the BrecLccriJgc-Pollard suit, the Ed niunds act nould tit that state more appropriately than it does Arizona. Col. IJelckentidce d led astray by -Ml3 Fbllard, to the defense in the famous suit will attempt to prove. The Col. should afc for damages, lie id really in a more damaged condition just now than the plaintiff. Congkess may take (right and ad journ when it fees the unemployed army marching on the capitol. And tho president may sign ttiose...

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 March 1894

fi J w i , a-"? y" A ' TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rl'EUSHED EVERY M'.SMY. AMI THE ARIZONA KICKER. rVBlIIIK! LVKJtY WH)VJft.uV. Tuisti.,,'M,lii OuHutr. lii ci.. ITK.C3 I. TM CT CFKI .1 .tCOkd-Ct... ATTM. From Friday' Daily. (J. V. Bryan rcturnod to Iierson this moruiri. Taxes uro being paid at ft rapid rato at the treasurer's otlice this week. Xo mail was received from the west today, oning to a delay on the S. P. A refreeliiiiK breeie sprung up tliU morning aud baj continued all day in Tombstone. H. G. Howo left today for Tucson, where he will teify in a case before the laud court. 1'ele Hoot returned tojay Lorn bW prospecting trip. He cm ' back by rail and stage. Frank Strain received a telegram from Col. Hafford last night stating that he would be home tomorrow. Tonight at the Catholic church: Ways of the Cross and sermon on the Pastion of Christ, at 7 :30 o'clock. West Fuller was badly cutabout the face and neck at Xogales la-"t Sunday by a woman. His condition it not serious. The boiler...

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 March 1894

,p ' "'.' f' ' i " UJt lJMP If1 s The Prospector. MAKCU - 24, 1691 VTRW 11KXICO A AHIZOX. K. it (raoSc Time) .Southbound. Stvtiov. 'South Boosa -I. l.T. 800 a. ra. .. NojalM... Ar. I J7 p. ro. Ar. 8.40 , ..Calabaias.. 12 56 " 10 eo ' ..Cnttii'!i ' 11 o a. m. is i ,x m H' uiOu. 30 ' 1 do lriil nk I ? " i jo Louuton ' ; , Krn ' " o a i 1 A" lilS.ON Jk KlllTIIKkHlF.HN KM. Faci c Time.1 1EAE STATIONS AXKIVE. 9.30a. ta ........ .FairbanL. 8.15am 620 " Bisbe noon'r Daily, exCfpt Sunday. 3en Wiluamb, Supt. OlMTHKUX iPAVirit' . K CO I Pacific Timc.'l EAST I STATIONS WEiTj sj 1. ra r Benon.....Ar 7 50 p. m. ?.ooa ci Tucson.... " 1 9.45 p m. .00 p. m. n .. ,ancop... " 1350 p. m. .33 p. m .....Yuma..... ' j 6 ao a. m. 8.33 a. ro. l,... Los Angles.. Ar. 4.00 p. m. tVSUxti trains, carrying passengers and freight, arm at Benson, east beund, at 3.15 p. m ; west bound 6.30 a. m. Pacific me is one hoar &!aer than Teib tose time. f If j lit ! Tfrp. The following; is tbe range of the thermometer l...

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

V X (D fjdta'HsasnsBsassscsasEasacaSk THE 121'ITAPH mia - epitaph Th Weekiy Toshsthnt EriTrn nJ At !'iVA Kii.Il K aill site all the news and vilt I seni to aojr ad dress or Put, shei 'sjaday.. aid Arizona Ki h. jm i W in., wliys con t.in u tin n-- of te -seek as it ap pears m the Daiiy 1 aospSfioR. ill rwa - w -1. - ..T. 5- Ifivo Jent!-t si Ji' L E5ESE5BS25cUiHSaE2S2SH5c!l2?,.J VOL X TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, APRIL i, 1S94. NO or- MamMfont Ilifillil. ftr- t II, w THE prospector; City nii.iCoiiistv Oilici:il Iiier TUBUS UK I) EVE.iY T.VKSIN (Eictrr Sits'day.) I-BY- S. C. BAG Editor and Proprietor. offi n- Fremont St.. lii,-iiii-.lle CHy Hull Enlf-ed In the Tonbstone I'OitoHi-e as Second C'as muter KltC SOIOHOH lOOCE NO. 5. F. & A M n M-EFS THE THIRD STUK- ft diT In e-icn month at Ms-nic HslL 'Kjfi A" Vis-tini Brothers ineood slindms: vs are invited to attend, bpi-cial racet nhenthe rli$is h---.--1 --i th Mi'l Tuos. Lotv, W, M. A. N. Gace. See. PROFESSIONAL CARDS...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 April 1894

- g,"T'Yrt t ) TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Pl'IILISllLD tVERV Sl'MIAV. vi AMI THE ARIZONA KICKER l'l'llLlMlhl) MhltY WhDNKHnY. I IkKXi Or SlHMMMIl'.NS- Ono jear ?1 00 Sir months 2 f0 rj:b-mt.NT CLktLM lias done .the wes a gooJ turn by ctoiiit tlie Blaml bill. f-iler tiMtr biiilnl a Ioint after the eto. It ullVcts tin country at Urge, not anyone section of it. Judge Haklu's itcci-ion declaring tlie banking act ih.dliil id declared by Tombstone attorneys to be a jut one. Judge ISiLet'o ileci-ions are ftlttay then alter thorough research and are founded on law and not personal prejudic. The Democracy ia thrown ofr boar.l the ballast which li.is been HcicliiiiR it d in. l.tl tho Ilejiul.li can party not top to pi-k it up. Lt it float on the naea where it "ill soon b-ome water logged and drop out of tight. The f.ar.R that is Moling to letroy the county uhich it cannot control, brag$ that it Hill drive 'rotu Tomb stone cer niin who isoppo-ed In it. It looks as though it might. It ha already driven ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 1 April 1894

rl V "- w. rr -, TS TOjIBSIOiNE epitaph. rCBUSHEO EVEBV 8UXUAV. AND THE ARIZONA KICKER. rUEUSIILl) KVEItY UEDMDsY. Tombstone. Cochis County. Arizona. tMTtMia IN TMf POl OftKl At .ECOhXLAM MATTtft. From Frtdav't Daily. Xngnle will hic it. first city elec tion nn Momlav. II C. Itomie, Mark KzeMola anil Gu H mini were :ujeiij;rs out on the noon 8'm:e. Court in Washington are calleil laundries lifcauro tliey are Used to wash dirty linen in. M-J. J. II Slmc'it r Hid daughter Mis AiMio mine ii 1:1-1 niglit from the San I'ernardino ranch. The itineyors of the Bishee road extension e reach) tl a Kint le yond the rocky hill at the Grand Cen tral mill. Mr j. Builer received a telegran" from lYUuride totay annnuncini; the approaching death ot her daughter, Mrs. Richard Vincent. F. S. Siierm-od ami wife. If. M, Batngroner, II. Miller, Shu Frm-i-co, C. T. Bergen, Hereford, and Lenii) Marines are at the San Jose. Dr. Hamilton ttil beat Browns' drug ttore on Silurdiy, Monday and Tuesday to receive...

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

'&maKm ,1SWHS1P 1 ' i r i"rw. tr"" rv& f ' rr v f f Tim Prospector. MA.KC1I 31, Ib'Jl JK 31KXICU AHl.ON K. It (Pacific Time.) Notk BnCNP. Statio . 5outh totiNn. I.T 8 co a. m. Nngales.. Ar. i 37 p. m. Ar 8 o " Calatasal.. 1356 " ' iaoo ..Cntti den. " 11 40 a. rn. la 16 u. m. Hu-ichuca. . ' q 39 1. co " Faitbark.. ' 8 o " x.30 .t onlmion . , " " iio " .Uemcn. .. Lv. 7.00 a. la. 4 II1ZU.A&!ULTIIKIIITKB. UB raci c Time, LEAVE. STATION ARKlE 9.3011. n Fairbanlt. 8.15am 20 BisVc u w)d'p Daily, ezcrpt Sundil. De Williams, Supt, QOTTUEUN- I'Ani'lC It, U CO Pacific Time.l STATIONS 4 35 a, m 3.c m I.r p. e.3 p. a 83 u Hensnn ,,..Ar ....Tucson.... ' .. Maricopa. Numi. ... ' 1 v. .Los ne's Ar 7 So P. in 9-4 P- m 'a SO P 6 20 a. m 4 00 r m yMiftei trains, carrying passengers and freight, arrive at Benson, east bound, at 3 15 p m , est bound 6 30 a. m. Pacific nvisj'33e .hour ..slower than Tomb stle time. I 1( I IdTffi fhe''!ollowing is the range of the thermometer lor the 24 henra e...

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