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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 April 1894

&. ?t? it,LF L 191 Lit'li'jf'Kif rTRNF4E9ljlHBIKlHilllHI9llvffiHBililHIH7 llIlMsmi: j.LkE9r??i ";rpwi L t gggggeaaaBaioogaCTi THE I2IEI'2.AJPHL 6 TII23 - T517ITAJPM f THL WlEKLT T0M15TOSE EMTAPH n n and AXiZuSA KteKcx ill jive ill p RJ (be nei and vul. Uettnuatiiy ad If w drew or S Tln-ee IMoiithK for !rl GJ rj I illnhcj Sr.n'.i - Arizona el Ki'kLE pu l V n. -L.s con- ft u l n all th. c( . nt t' . a a it ap- " nj pt'tr in the DviLY lsi TOR ; H Five Cents a. dopy. L !s zsasasHsasHcaauBssasasHss9, VOL.XV1 TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. APRIL 8, 1894. NO j THE PROSPECTOR. City nml Cmnitj Uilicial Paper PUBLISHED EVEKY EVE.VING (ExCLlT SlMV I - B S.r. BAG;, Ediuraol Prupnetvr. Fremont M., liiiiU' City I1..1I hMeied in the Tombstone lVntcniwe as Second Class nutter , "'US SCLCMCN ICCCE KD. B. F. i A . fl l,MtETSTHE THIRD SATUK n y' cUr in each month at Mascnic Hall. vvst Au Visiting Brother in good suadinj ' ' are invited to attend, bpecal meet nfsaren tne tiagis bowed o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 April 1894

jjr.- mb X- v r l TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rfliUfllKD EEKY Sl'MIAY. I AMI THE ARIZONA KICKER rlBMSllEI) hlt ntNKMY. tesms or si gstktrriovs Onojear, f-J 00 Bix month" 2 50 An cdi'or nbo mil publish an at tack upon a (rllou member of tlio craft oxer ail assumed naineii about as Iowa mortal as Goil allows to breathe. A van who mil openl) iolato tlio statute anil (Iran f 300 from the terri torial treasury and then brag about it is not qtielitied to mould public opin ion in Arizona. A FKLiott vvhoe cowardly nature and Ion character entitle him to no respect in the community m nhich he lives is not the man nhoe mouth inps go fur aught except among his lind. Tins is atrxiKht food". The editor of the SiocLrnan is hard up for material nith niucli to fill his columns when he prints the contribu tions of men who gam a livelihood by soliciting victims for the toils of the unfortunates of the opposite sex. W. C. Foster of Flacs'iilT has been appointed consul to T.iaidad W. I. He mil make a brst class ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 April 1894

) r M h t-z U i l,r k TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, rlBUHFl LMRli r-UMlAV. AM) THE ARIZONA KICKEK. ri'BiisiiEii Kav niDMiia. Tctnbstone. Cocliisu Contitv. Arizoiii. tTI Sf.9 Ik THt SOST OSTICt At SCCOfcO-ClASS WSTTta. from Friday's Daily. Col, Herring u in l'liemi. I). I). Ring is rot.Htert.il at the Pal see. Die county recorJerof Yum lia resij.iiul to accept a j o-inoii ob line rider. Phil HsVin of Globe Lille 1 his brnllier-in-U- Cii.u. Iljquet .it that town jeaterJaj. P. J. Volcott u h mug cellat dug in the rear of his store. It mil be ued to Leep perishables in. K. Storms is in tonn with Mr. Hjan, the purchaser of the Kinsas and Tombstone Cattle Co.'s range. Tom bono returned to lii'bee this morning. He lias been to Mammoth and other camps :a that wcinit . Frank H-ire went to Dcnon todaj to meet Mrs Hare and children who will return tomorrow from California II. G. Hone has returned from the Babacomari, nhf re he has been eur ejing for some of the new settlers on that graiit, Tlio Bba:omari...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 April 1894

1 ia: i I 5 The Prospector. APKIL - - - 7. 1891 IJF.W JIKXIC'O A ABIXOA K. II liafic Time ) N'OKTII BOCNP. STATIO . 'SOUTH 1'3U.NU l.v. 8.oo a. m Ar. S..)0 ' ' xaco " 13 16 p. m. ' too " " i jo " a. to ' Nogales. .CaUtasas.. ..OittirdcD. Iliuchuca. . .taiibank . .Contention . .Benson. Ar. i 37 p. nv. " 12 5 " " ti 40 a. m " 39 " " M " it Lv. 7 00 a. m. UIZ( A SOI TIIKANTKJtX 11 II. "in c Time. 1 lUlt STVIIOSS AEKUE. 9.30a. n tairltnk. 8.15am 6 20 U-e laton'p Daily, ercpl Sunday. Bas Williams, Supt. Ol'TIIKlt. t'ACirn IPaahc Tim. 11. It CO E.ST 5 15 a m 3 00 a m XI co p m b 10 p. m g 3' m STATIONS WEST t Benson . . . Ar 9 35 p. m Tucson .. " 130P. m , .. .Maricopa. " 240 a. m ..Yum " 850 . m .L11 i- . Ar 7 45 p. m X9Mucd trains, carrying passengers and freight, arm? at Benson, eat bound, at a 15 p. m , west bound 6 30 a. m. PaciSc titneis one hour sloaer than Tomb stcne time. Sixxnnl Sen ice. The 'ollovring is the range of the thermometer lor the 24 henra ending 3 o'cloct p. ra. Apri...

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 April 1894

K THE - EPITAPH S v ( Till WFEX.LY TOMBSTONE EflTAPII n and AR Zona Kick will idte all n the news and will beseniloany ad fl dress 'or '.Til S3 - 12PlTAJn Pub'.s -J .. ,1. Allzo v KirKlR .uHi,hel . da. Ja), , n tain all the nessnf I l taei,ts t i-irs n tr-e DVIIY I kOV M TOR H Tln-co MuntliM for U Ii- JMit -'.! O'. j? .-ireSil5HSHSHS2Sr2SB . ss2sasas2sssHsasnsasasHsaE21 VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. jH'XDAY, APRIL 22, iSqj. WO 37. loiiMtoite LiV 7 i THE PROSPECTOR. City and Count v Olliciul Paper PUBLISHED KVEUV EVENING IExCiitSimjiY.i -BY- S. C.BAG5, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St.. Opjioslte Cltj Hull Entered in the Tombstone Postolfice al Second CUss matter K1XC SOLOMON lOOCt MO. 6. F. & A. H. Mc'ETS THE THIRD SATUK. , day in each morth at Masonic Halt. II 1f..t.... U a. V n 0-1-Wasl lltiiilinP . ja vu wuus on""" - . -- LS-v HvifMifA attnri. Sneaal meet srswhen tae tufis nomea on m- nau. TH05. Low BY, W. M. A. N. Gage, Sec PROFESSIONAL. OARDS. 1IKICTIIA HF.KK...

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 April 1894

iv i UOTP-WAXE EPITAPH PCBUSllKIi EVERY Bl'NtlAY. Hi AMI THE ARIZONA KICKER rUIiUblll.il kKUY nLUNM-UlV. T&KM4 Or One J ear B'.z nonths .. . L'8-CKll,IIOS- From Tliunday'i Daily. Jo Ta9ler m in from Soldier Hole. Frank Hare returned today Tucson. from 31. II. Kay, San Francisco, is regis tered at ilia 1'al.ice. The federal grand jury is niaLing rapid progress itli iuoiL, A family ol Patiap.- null oIUs is a feature ol lodav on the street. K. E. Bralej is loolintd to his bed with a sevcru muck of rliruiiiaiUiii. Col. Herring and Tom Jforln hate gone out imo the country for about ten days. Engine r Wliiuombe was much im- proed aud was able to be out tome jetterday. Tom Brown armed iu town lolaj f.nm Los Angeles, and will remain several d is. The uperiors and aunejnr Hone went down to inspect the bridge ai St. David today. A letter from Bowie fays that labor ers can obtain employment at thai place working on ills new railroad. It H reported in T-icson that tome Mexicans have round a...

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 April 1894

' Y R r 'jr T&IBSTONK EPITAPH. rl'OUSIIEP KFRYSI'S1AY. AV1 THE ARIZONA KICKEK. ri'BilSIIMl KVK1.Y II)M! V. TotntwUmf.Oochis? Coautv. Arizona. TEtC9 I. TmC KMT OWCt At .(COKD-CIAH .ATTI. From Friaai'i Daily. Mr am! Mr, I. ind are in iko cily from llitir rmiih. F. J. IIarrim.1011 'iil Tonilis'.one a fliii): virit ti Tiimhut mc t'xUy. A hi J.lii'i: in TiiiiIi-1.iic's 400 is on Hie program ol mxt nttVn eutiaty events. Tehe U. S. trial jur.ir li.e tern called ironi our iJt anil "ill Uiiie t jt Tucson Siunlay. A. K. Kay, editor of llie lirst juper pulilislied in Tomli-toiie, the Nugget, it working cn tin- Kit-nm Exposimr. Mi.- Helm Julin'nn returned yester" day from Gnayina, where .she lias been Uiling her li other and hia uifo for the past couple of months. The nrcoiiation for purclnsinj; the Plienix N ilional bulk hv It. W. WomIi of Tomb-lone, mid Hunker llr.iwley, of Loi Auelo'.haxe fallen through. Ihe next term of the U. P. litrkt Co-'rt nil be comtned at I'licuix on the fourteent...

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 April 1894

S v 1 M It I' 1 The Prospector. APRIL. 21, lb94 RAILROADJTIME TABLES. NEW MEXICO & ARION'A KAH.ROAD orib 11 hq r 1 7 p m lea. -11. ll it. t v MO AKI7 NA & MjUrHliASILKS . K. rr9 3fthui rattlMiiic r i ISm r-.esm ... Ilb Mfmpiu IHIljr, turn . .... SOUTHERN PACIHC R k CO E.t Mllt'. el s 11 it- r IVm'o u m llt"t in Twr.. Alll l 1 W i. m M tcofis 10 la 6lii pm M ' 810 V ci v U ift ' & ! w j-yixeil irtln. cirlDfr lv ru r nil frtlf bt. t he at li- u wl ImhiuiI. ul S 15 l id wMb und AXfiaOa m Thr nlio roml wr I'atitlr tint'. hlch i on Iuiurlorr IIimu loinh. Hlonf lira. Miiu! ! lr. The follontng i the range of Hie lliermomMcr ti r the imntyfotir lionr ending 3 o' lock p. in. April CO-1 Maiirrnni Lu Slinimini . . 4 LOCAL NOTES. A. Colin returned today from Phe nix. . M. Vale, lilt-bee, in an armnl at the San Joce. Judge Kcilly was an outgoing pas senger today. F. Herrera returned tod iv from a trip to Tucson. V H. Igfi is in from his Huachuca mountain ranch. W. W. Whitnev arrncd i...

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 April 1894

IL ? ."j3 ' ILJ'-ILJ-Jll-JL-IJL-H H ILLIU-H.-Jejgn MfOIW W 'IMIir t.'IM'I'APH W f The Weeklt Tohbstomi Chtami n and AkiIova Kia.i ill sie all M the news and Kill be sent to any ad- w dress for Publ shej Stiniiy. and AmZoVA Kit Ki.k pu lis1 cii Widnesdais con tain all the nr so' t week as it ap pears in the Daily 180sisctoc. H Three MontliH ioi- sr?l Cj ru -' 1 tj Ulll" - saiy in iSS2HSSHSHSaSHSHH3S2SHSa52H2S VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. APRIL 29, 1S94. NO 38 iitlaii). Wit lh ,s r .3 I THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING 1 fEacn-r Stnday.i 1 I ;BY I S. C. BAG;, Editor and Proprietor. . Fremont St., Opposite City Hull ' hmered in the Tombstone Postoffice as W-or d Class matter UKC SOIOMON ICCC1 HO. J. F. & A. H. I MEETS THE THIRD SATUK. . . L .k. a.. VtAHlH I Till A? All Visiunf Brother in good standing V 1 .j . Att.nr1 S,rw.al m-I " 1LTC lUOtCU , -r .. . enween the lug is nmtd on me 11 au. Titos. Lowry, W. M. A. N. Gagb, Se...

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 April 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH FCBLISIIED EVERY SUNDAY. Ua AXD THE ARIZONA KICKER ri'ELIsllED ElEKY ttEDM-rDAY. TEltMs or shuckimions: Onejcar ?! 00 SU months 2 SO F'om Thurtday'i Dailv. Col. and Mrs. Herring aie iu TUC SON. D. K. Wardnell U back from Tuc son. W. W. Wiiimey was -n incoming passenger t day. S. C. Bags returned today from a two weeks ahsene-e in C ililorniu. Mr. Blades, the cattle luiyer, is in Benson. He is thinning lo Minneap olis, Kansas. II. G. Hone look Ids departure to day ti lm absent four or liie day. on priaie bit. ncss. Frank Hare, who has I esn attend ing court lit Tucson In the role of a wilnes, retur-ed today. John S It "bbuis came in today from Calif .rn a. He "ill remain Feveral days, the guest of A. H. Email uel. It i repnrteel n very good nutlmr ity th it Mark Smith will make hi home in Phenix when he returns to the territory. L Bi-hup, tlnw-ll Uimn hard ware drummer of Si I mi-, e'ame up from Nogale. this afternoon and is al the San Jo-e. Lirg, the elfran catilet...

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 April 1894

l H T 'V M i Ul . Hi ' u , ' i I K i i to- TflVKSTOXK EPITAPH v --''. Ni- --- ..... rl'BU. 1IEO EVERY . L'KIIAV. AND THE ARIZONA KICKER, rL'BI ISllhll Kl'EliY WED. KslMY. Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona. t.TI hi thi kmt oericf At tlcONS-eLA.. hattim. From Friaay't Daily. T. P. Rob-on, wife ard son oi Tuc fon are at llit San Joee. Tom Brottn led for California to day. He mill retjrn in a lewilata. Mi Mamie I'limlertille was a pas senger on tlie outgoing Uge loJjy. The alfrtlla fieMs of Arizona nre fattening catilo for Hie California tnarLet. Nat Hanke ami family have r. turnol from a ti.il to their ranch in the Sulphur Spring ta'ley. Walter Vail Ha uliippinc a train load of cattle from IIi-iimui toilnt. They were ahippeil westward. Mra. C. W. Leach, who has been in Los Angeles for --lernl wecl.', liu gone to her nintlicrV home in Iiiaho. Tlie charge of smuggling Cittil against .Stiior Salcido ttm ignored In the U S. grauil jury in Tuc.on last week. The Huachuca bae hall club hap e...

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 April 1894

fo '" ( fl M The Prospector. APRIL - 28, 1894 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. - . I NEW MEXICO ARIZONA RAILKl'AU. c-rta U nn ' Mtt'Ons s u h Hound tr ttTprn It Xlin. ar 8 4 ) 1 na ' ll " tin r.cv i.si 'o ! l'alal. , Ciltun en iiib hurl . F. ib.nk, Conterilioo 12.WS - 110am HSJ 8Si " mo " It.ll-O' F.tibsnk ar Ham CO Dellj, lCrj.t ras Hint. MiperltlendeEl. owi SOUTHERN PACIFIC R- R CO. t Mtln& W i-l JUi'li r"' ' "' P" II i4i am l'i con f I"" 1M nm M Icota 40 am 6 in pm t um " a i t pm v Lo.ui:il a tillw r.iMliM ir.'n evrnlnt: pi' eu.e nl frttpbt, r l ai i '' n 4.l bvQLd. at its V m nvlb una al6 3Ja m Thr abnf rnit um rneifle llmr. ithlrh inne lionr'bltnfr thu Tomb- tonf Hill. Mctuil Srr ire. The following U the range of '.he tliermomMer for the tnnvy four hunra ending 3 o'clock p. m. April J.8- Maxirrum !)o' Jliniimrii ..41' LOCAL NOTES. W. C. Green is stopping at the Pal ace. Squabs for sale at the Can Can res taurant. The receipt for last night's enter tainment ajgrepateii ?SS. It was ant...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1894

f THE EPIT-tVPH THE - EPITAPH K hi n Tub 5 ! S. v in 1 AMZoNA Ui Kf k k pu ii t. .1 A ur -.a i con- fll t ,m dlj i ne t o' c eek as It ap- p- 't in IS. lie It lrul r roK THE WtTtlT ToMMTOSE Er-ITAH and Amiusv Kick.K dl jive all the news ao'l mil be sent to any ad dress for AG& S Three MontbK lor Jl ,y a- X xj: sxj ii xr- . -v". ( i nS2SSSSSESH5ESHSH5E VOL.XV1 TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUN'IY. ARIZONA. .-UNDAY. MAY 6, iSqj. NO 39- uitMaiif v ft' n 'i3' y B B U flfi! g Kb ?J tff ' ft M ' W i M l.'i THE PROSPECTOR. Citv and Cnuntv Otliciiil Paper ; i PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (.Exctrr SrsDiY.1 I Iby ' S. C. BAG j, Editor and Proprietor, i I'reiiiont St., Opposite City Hall, ' r ntered in the Tombstone I'ostoflice as 1 Second Oas miner , KIKC SCICMCN ICOCC HO. 6. F. & A. H. j MBEIS THE THIRD SWUR. day in each month at Masonic Ha!L AU Visiting Brothers in good standing are invited to attend, t-pecial meet ngiahrn tne nag is hmst-d on the hail Tnos. Lowkv, W. M. ' A. N. Gecr, S.-c ' PROFE...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1894

' ! n Ws K Ml if 'I TOiTBONE EPITAPH ri'HU-IIED EVERV SUNDAY. . AMI THE AltlZOXA KICKER ITIlLlsllUl hVEKY ltl'IlNf-UAY. TEKV Of One 3 ear, S.x man t lis . . . SLIKCKICriiiNS F'om Tliumlay't Mitfv. K.C Montgomery, Ims Angele, i at the I'aljoe. Ilirhard 1'i-her, Iluiichucn, n tcred at tliean Joee. Mr. Ward Irit is teaching the public echool at HarUA IImI.i. M.S. 'I bonus ; ptenger Ml today. He Is on hU vt ay to Rakerr fielJ. II s. Thoinm h:u liwl to O. (I raj his re-idrDCt in TombMotii: for f C ei month. Walter V . 1 1 !-lii jjQit a Irsinloiul btcerj f oiii lt iiauo yesterday, 'lhet went to Kii.a. Mr. A. Colin and family mil leave in a few datt to ji in Mr. Colin who leaves tomorrow. JmUe llciliunc U a re-ident of Tempe, wliore ho ha ririiloil r,e coming to the territory. . A. Frvozi , former y of Tomb stone, mu'le tlie republican rticre; in Pheniv. cert tin by his alle handling of the campaign. tieotge Pciilliam left today for I.o Angelc. where lie will remain foi several tvieks vi-i...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1894

"V "V i j : n i I. K v TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rrnutlD kverv scxuay. ami THE ARIZONA KICKER. l'I'riISIIKI) XVMtY WKIiNKjIMY. Tiinibstoiie.Cccb.Ui9 Count v. Arizona. i.ti. iii tc .oat ornci i ceo-ciaa uAftta. h'nm Frtpay't Daily. A Colin took Iii departure for riienix toilty. ' J. 0. Fall ban rt turntil to Willrox after n liat tie with life in Io, Angi'les. I'. n. Warnekros came? in on tlp cfniriK stage from a brief iiit to Nogales. Geo. Mver returned to Tonib'tone oJny after an absence of many iuuntli&. Dan llxnley, t-liief nf the fire depart ment, nill lrae on Monday neit for ConRrc-s. Will A. Na-h, formerly of thi place, is rnnninp the Berlely Herald in Berkely, Calilcnia. The prand jury will meet on the JGlh. Out of Iho-e drawn not one i from Tombptonc. Jas. l.e, nho formerly kept the Kmrrald boarlint; hotifie, U keeping 0 boArding houe at Congrew. Mr. Gnldnatrr, who has Wen spending a few dajs in Tombstone, left today for her home in Benson. S. C. Baeg left today for Tucon. there...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 May 1894

The Prospector. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1594. RAIt ROAD TIME TABLES. NE MLXICO & ARIZONA RAILROAD, i orih D tin' It fiOam. ar 8 i 1 .! ' ln 1.3 " 2,-M 4 MU'ODt ; n h Iiourd -o 1 ('"' ii, . Ciltun en Heachurt . F- rbK. CoRtt-bllOD 1 1? p m lit 11 o ra 6 81 - ARIZ )NA & SUUTHCASIKRN k. K. It. 9 30k m F-ilink r 15 ft m 1 .w p m to a. m .K bttt . Dillr, cxcrjt -" v Er H 1luam. Miperttlenoent. SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R CO Eft t 5 li ft w r IH- an l no ! in 6 I u p m Matblit IWrn Ti oon MM iCOft "i urn Lii Aicl Win 31 p m ftlrt p m O a w HI un b:q l m v f,V.tt-t tr'n cirnins t ell c "ru Irtlpbt.tr he fti n U "l ltti.d, l ill ! m of tb bDd at " SJa m Tilt sboie roml u ran tic time, which i ue hour Uvrr iliu Touib Nlonp llm. LOCAL NOTES. Squabs for sale at the Can Can res taurant. 11. Gcrircin ol Benson ie 'iiilioE Tucton. Tlie new paper at B;non will start off May 21st. FranL Earli nan an iucJming stage pasengcr today. E. B Gik-anivcdin town on the noon coach to.l iy. The Henett Musette, mil ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 May 1894

rJTI13 - KPITAPH S atttbltoie Li fij THE WtkKLY lOMtSTONC EriTAtH n and ArU0s Kickie iU five all fU the newt and will te sent to any ad JH dress for s 1't.bnnel - jJ n 1 AeiZova Kicictx pa he-1 V.-dr.esdajs co l-ua aU irfre at t' week us It ap pears m tb: L(ail Pao I-..CTOB I'ive CJeiits u. Joiy. BThrco Months lorSjSl S 'aaC25HS25SSHSHSaE2Sa5ESZS3 j . VOL.XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. MAY 1894. NO 40 w 7 li . ! ' ! L THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Official Paper- Pl'BLlSHED EVEltY EVENING, (KxctiT Si'.nuay.) S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hull Entered in the Tombstone I'otofSce as 5econd Class matter. KING SOLOMON LOOCE NO. S. F. & A. H. MEETS THE THIRD SATUR. day in each month at Masonic Halt, 3Vn All Visaing Brothers in good standing ' v ' arelniniedto attend, bpeaal meet ngiwhcn the flag is hoisted on the Hall. Tho. Lowky, W. M. A. N. (ge. Sec PROFESSIONAL CARDS. umtTiiA. iii:kiii.-m;. rpyjEWKlTEK AND NOTARY PVELIl, Toughnut b...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 May 1894

Lfi I.'! ' ci j M t . i I i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH riTUSIIKD EVERY 1TNDAV. AND THE ARIZONA KICKER rL'l'.U)IKI i:EKY WEDNESDAY. TEKMi or One year Six months. . . . SVBSCKlfTIONS- H 00 2 50 Tur. month of May is nearly half over and no sign of a jtfilitical battle has appeared on tha horizon. The great re sources of the Sulphur Spring valley are set forth on the third page of the ritosi'ECTOK by the Tombstone board of trade. Jt'ncK Bkthu.vk's confirmation will prebahly be forthcoming r.ext Tues day, the day of each week when the senate sits in executive session. Oklahoma in being extensively ad vertised as & cheap place to get a di vorce, and a stampede is looted for in that direction from I'tah ai soon as it becomes a state. Ik the underflow in the Sulphur Spring valley would overnow long enough to fluih the sewer that clogs up in that valley every Tuesday, it would be a godsend to those who have cat their let there. The Lank semmiseioner of Kansas bat isiued an order prohibiting state...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 May 1894

VJ i f TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. n'BUfeUED ETERV SUXI'AV. AND THE ARIZONA KICKER. rl'RLISUEU EVERY VKI)NEDiY. Tombstone. Cochise Comity. Arizona. I.Tt S IM THI PO.T OWCE .1 tCOk-UIII ..TTt. From Friday'! Vaily. S. Leune. New York, ii registered at UioSan Jose. Tlio FUitaff observatory will bo completed by May 25. Judge Sloan will be in Tombstone to open court tomorrow. O. Rolderman and J.ite Spitz regis tered at the Palace last night. Wm, Shilliatn of I!enon ha been commiteioiied a notary public by Gov. Hughes. The commonweftlers in jail at Uol ton hae been released on a writ of habeas corpus. Chas. Overlook slaughtered 34 head of beef cattle lat month, which he disposed of in Tombstone. The U,ud of H. Taylor of Willcox was filed today for record. He has been appointed a notary public. Agent Harrington of the X. II. i A. road, with headquarters at Fairbank, spent an hour in town teday. Jake Spitr came in to interview his customers today, ate a square meal and departed on the next stage. Br...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 May 1894

i IC The Prospector. SATURDAY, - MAY 12, 1S94. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MLXICO & AK1ONA RAILROAD. North Huoi Mallo t,uth lkBnd lr bOOaiu. o ,II..m r W ' Calba-s, .. 1iW ' luui CiUUBfkn 1140 am 14.H l I HMcb -.1 100 Kirak J J f l W CoatmtWn..1 l S ' pfte.. W' "w ARIZONA &. OUniEASrERN K. R. . KtrtcL r xlSl CJUiin Hisd i . IJJW p m Dsiir. exep taoda His Hiixuse. aefUtendcni OUT!!ERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. Kit 5 IS imir lli-i a ra IJOllIO MO pa Mailos- Tacon Markopa kt pin 1A 90 p m h W am lu 7 13 t m 3U p m IT Lu Antel (f MUc4 trin. csrrvinc Davenftrr and freiat,arriTeat iWnn,et boond. at its p. m et b-and at 6.30 a ni Thr ivbotr mad nr Pan lie Unit, ulilrhwnueliottr lbwr than Tom li nt one llnir. LOCAL NOTES. Sijuabs for sale at the Can Can res taurant. Holt, the Montana cattle buyer, i in Tucson. Mrs. Peter Eddy was an incoming passenger on todaj's coach. Mrs. Jas. Roger and Mrs. E. J. Eddv of IJUbee are at the Palace. Attorney Israel of Pbenix has been chosen city attorney of t...

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