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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 June 1894

&3E3g23gM&fa i.Srfa4U. i, J V "3SHSHS'EireSnSESclSa3E3S2Snte j THE - EPITA HI i J THt WlIKIT TOMMTCNE EPITAPH and AKtov Kuk.ru nil jue all rj the ne 4 ana wu fce tent to any ad in a pears mlht Dlllv livl B JThreo Montis ibr 1 " - . . - . -'I . . . . . ' - . . iu ;i 2SE5H5H52cISaScI5HSHSHS2SE? . -,TyiscrTXzyj'acTffl''fc'Jg?y'J iat'- an VOL X I lOiBIONr-.. COCHKsL ffl V. I." IV' KM i to THE - EIIT-AJPH. S laitMoif WtfUlttlfflPi I lit a1 . , " f ? n - . THE PROSPECTOR. City ami County OlHuhtl Laier PUISL1SHKD EVERY EVENING (Except Sinbo.) n S."C. 1UGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite Citj Hr..: i Entered in the Tombstone I'ostoffice ;ond Class nutter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iii:uTit m:itKi.A;. VPEWMTEIt AVI) NOTAKV PCBUC. J. Toughnul itfeet, TotIOE, Akizon . w.m ii. in:. TTOXNEV AT L.VVV AND NOTAItV PUBLIC. Collections Made. BtSBEE AJtlZOVA. Kit Wit. C.K. tti.n ISAV AND METALLUtGICAL LABOKATOST. OFFICE Mo. 319 Fremont; bteet. opposiei City Ha3 IlKltltlM; Jt llllltKlNC...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 June 1894

3 SiS!!rE!5B,Z313: IP I.-. IS I If hi M 1C0MBST0JSE EPITAPH rCIUJSlltD tkKY ST.NIUY. ' TEEMS C St R.c MKT1 Js Ono.xenr ? J 00 Sir mouths . 2 50 lxtoi. Dm. IIill nautt coal on the. free l.t. There is nlicre lie can consistently say. "I am a democrat ' Tub national toinoiiliuuol Knights of the UouJ, ju-t held at Milwaukee, parsed a resolution faoring free coin age of tihur. Tilt appointment cf Judge SUter w hito of Tucson as court commissioner at tuat place b Judge Iieluuue gncs unherMl satisfaction there. The emction of u mining Ian in this cou tr similar to that of Mexico i culd stimulate mining and increase l.Ospnt all through the wet. A MAN from liuMon mjonrnu-g in Los Angeles otupptd a ruuaa team the other daj and claiintd sal'.age from the owner and made htm paj it lu the courts England maintains an income ax and hnds it a mst advantageous and just nay of collecting revenue. To abolish the income tax there would mean a civil war. The republican partv is non posing as a friend of...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 June 1894

, TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ri'uusiiKD ktervscxd.it. Tombrtone.Cochi. Coauiv. Anzoni. NTKftlO IM TMC O.T bTfKt At ttCOkB-ClAII MATT I From Friday't Vaily. E. T. Gorman, l'heuix, is registered at the Palace. Donn at Yuma cervboly is feast ing on natermtlouf. A. Jotrsf, of liisbet". C3rd birthday today. celebrated hi? Scolt White wont to Willcox toJa on business connected nith the sheiifTd office. Harry Hanua, formerly of Tomb stone, has been appointed postma.tcr at Chaparel, Yaapai county. Col. Win. Heriing came today from I'lini, where he lia been engaged ae attorney in fome important water cases. Mrs. Sup lloss Kinney, a Populist orator, will speak in Tempo Friday eening, June 22, on "Tuc Political Outlook." Many prospectors hae gone into the El Dorado Canyon country from Whita Hills and several bare made valuable rinds. Territorial Veterinary Surgeon Nor ton at Mesa last Saturday killed seven horses, supposed to be the last of the glandered cases. There is very liitle indication of rain....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 June 1894

SaKi SsSis trr iwtertt j, kifc4rjLiiAJst,'f .rtc: lJuH, ; j-j-e fWW J WJM Bc1ti'BhBC?S V 1 I , i . fill M i B! (I The Prospector. SATUltDAY, - JUNE 2J. 1S3I. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MEXICO i. AR1ZOVV RAH ROAD ?wrlQ Hmibi MalToo sTttU lfcinnd Iv fWa m N2cla 'ar 1 S. p in u bU - C.UN.-... . JiM ' , luoo ' c i leaden I li.uam ltl ! Muvhva ! b Iti " Farsiak. S 1D6 " ' Come Mas .! t ' Z gjt 1 Hmw lv .w ' ARIZONA & sOUrUESTERN K. R. It 9 SD a m I aitbatik ar & isTm GSOam . ..Ilatee. liiupm Dally, except -.nwlay Uga HltLim. apailttwdent. SOUTHERN- PACIFIC R. R. CO E.H ..ilon ui 5 IS a tf ar neno ai S p ra lift) nm fjeM lAttl p m 1 5 r m Maricopa IN m 6 iu p m V -u a m BSD p aa v Lo. Auetlt-. a 2 & p w tr"Mlel tna cirfTinj: p.u.ea and fretz&i, at Ie a t iue..i ojjki t is p m r- I ! dtl I 1 fi 3) a Bl Thr anoie riiil u.-. t'aciflr time, Ytlileh ! oie huur"ilowfr.tliaii lomb tone tlutr. LOCAL NOTES. fcquabs for tale at the Can Can res taurant. The Palace Hotel a Tucton is be...

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 July 1894

- -, L -it- j! A 5 THE - EPITAPH J BTI-IE - MX'fT-AJPH. w fc Si Tlrt WltKlT TOVKTCNE Er-lTaH and Asuona Klctist will live all the news and Mill Ik sect to tux -l dress 'or n) PublsVd .,, t, in 1 AKIJONA Okl.Kiy ifi! l.d W'Jip; ton ti ii t i ih ir t t' f as it ap- tH JH-tls m I e I) ' it V lV6sl-i I jC In . -.. v . .. . JL'ltree iotliM loi J"l m S2S2HSSHSHSHSHSHS HSHSHSHSH VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COl'NTY ARIZONA. rIAY. JI'LY L1S94 NO 47- fRflnthfifmti litanb. w v vv Cffi - v' cr THE PROSPECTOR. City ami County Ulliciul Paper PL BUSHED EVEP.Y EVENING (Exckit Sundays - BY - ' S. C.BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. 1 Trwinoiit St., Opposite City Hull Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as fecoud Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ItS'.KTIIA Hl'.ItUI.-S. TirEH RITES AND NOTAKY PUBLIC." Toughnut Street. Tombtone. - Arizona. W.1I. I'UfI? ATTORKET AT L AND NOTARY PUBLIC Collecuons Made. Bisbee - - Arizona kii.k ckakm: i MiKT AND METALLUBCICAL LaBOXATOKT. o FFICE No. 319 Fremont, Steel, opposie...

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 July 1894

Xua j. m -J jJtAI .'"j I'M1 JiT i ,AiiiJKi&isieat:ri36ii:3j W JJb.i Sfflyaiia!S2SSi. b"i ) TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I ri'IlUSIIF.U EVERY Cl'NIUY. I r s' h KtTi n- One i ar Six months . ? oo 2 50 Oolok.uk tifojile senerally condole nith (General Tarnsey, but that does not remove the odor of tar from his Iereon. Hill tn;ule no headway yesterday j in lm tight Hgainst the income tax clause of the tarill' bill. Hi amend ments were nil voted down by a good majority. A two by four pamphlet entitled, "What I.. Zeckendorl Keep" is being tent out from the Citizen office. The Pro.tectoji offic is the recipient af a liberal supply of them. A dvmmv franchise is giving the Phenix city council a peck of trouble. It is suggested by the opponnnts of the scheme that it is a dummy in more senses than one. Tus midsummer conventions being held in the east arc accusing both parties of having demonetized silver. As silver was demonetized during the twenty-four years of republican rule. it is difficult to see...

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 July 1894

femKBaegaaaasZI j L .4 ' . w m Btf IS' ' J I R' fttf H ? i 111 ti l i , i tt - TOMBSTONE EPITATH.i rl'BUSHED DEM' scxiuv. Toinbotoae. Cochise Coautr. Arizoni. Tl,f S IH TH .OtT OMKI At MCCe-CLAM HATTtR. Fron Friday' t Daily. Justice KosVa hug gUtered 173 voters. up to date re- Krauk KlatiDHgan came in from hiscUiws torJiy teniuj, Tlio baseball boys prticliceJ a little today for the game on July fourth E. Sydovr has sold his deliiery wagon and hone to the Bisbee Bot tling Works. Henry Etz and E. J. Staller are the candidates at Benson for school trustees to be oted for tomorrow. Buy a ticket for the ball at Mining Exchange hall on July 4th. Good music and and a good time is prom ised. Foster, the feather prophet, pre dicted that rain would fall in Arizana today and his predictions are generally correct. Mrs. Booth, nee Miss Winuio King is in Wilcox with her mother. Jlr. Booth Ins gone to his eastern heme, but will return nest in ft few weeks. Kobert McCormick was asphyxiate in the Bo...

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 July 1894

m f V itiiaU r- Hi lU'I O iji.. to r 5 a I I ,it i, The Prospector. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1594. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MtXKO A. AR1ON' V K ll ROAD. J North H'WM' h tOU.I9 I w e 4') ," , 10(0 " l L iw " J l ) "7 2 J " t OD Sgulh HoClid Ngtle citi, ,, Cn'tendt'D tlaa-tiuti .. , F rbsfik Coote it ion... Ht lit or ISTntii 11. U nm x TUI " ARIZONA & SOUTHEASTERN K. R. lr ydOk ra Fair bank r 1 5T ra 20a in ... .B'flww . J.0Jpm Daily, txcept Mtadav Ben illiam. supericW&dcnt. SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO, lllofi fttit't tr a eirrviiu 91 -iu.i and Irei'it arire a d 1 u m u u .d, ai i 15 d m rf- t jti 1 a 6 1) a m Tlit abnc road u I'antlr tint, m hirh our liuur luf r.than Toiuli tuur tlmr. LOCAL NOTES. Njuab9 for tale at the Can Can res taurant. Felix Coblenz came in to.! ay and registered at the Palace. The mercury in El Paso went up to 110 degree" on Wednesday. Chas. 0erlock was elected school trustee by a vote of 129 to 10S for P. B. Warnekros. Tnenty Mormon families will nioic from A...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 July 1894

m"-KVWB Li-iii.1.-t Ill I An THE EIPITAJPHL TEIJ3 - El'ITAPH" k FuMi.h-l Nmday. srd AHZosa ffl In Klf kir l i. . l V .'n"-davs cob uj nj u i all lh- ne .soil r rfi at t a?- DJ h ,.ir in the l t l're,p.iu jfl f flifapl Tin Wtixtr ToysTvE EriTAru and Arizona Kickix will give all the tew and wui keentto.Ly ad dress for pi Tlu-ee Montli,. lb i- Sri S In nj i-n viMii- si v i,y w liw OfiiK :i Copy. .. iSB5ESE5H5E5HS25HS2SHSE5aSH .a,7?"rr"T.aE;pvcaR7",7 17, 1.773-11, ,.,. VOL XVI iQMBsro.N'i: co;n s; (Mi"'rv I '. - A'DW, P'L s, is, 4 Ml 48 ftomhlbm ? I. . li I4 RH 15' ft W n 1' $ THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Oiliciitl Paper. PL'iiLIaHF.D EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday.) BY J S.C BAGG, Editor and Proprietor, j rreniont St., Opposite Citj Hall i Entered ln the Tombstone Postoffice as I Second Class matter. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 iii:ici'iia niiititi.-Hi;, TrrEWKlTCR and Notakt rtbLic, Toughnut Mreet. TOUBSTONE. . AlIZONA. WJI. lI.4Ci:f ATTOHNKY AT LV AND NoTART PUBLIC. Collections Made. Bl...

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 July 1894

BMBBMBiWWMPSS!RSHsc ittaflEE22K558!feK& BlBJMBMBWiBBPBWWWWWMWWWWIPWIWWMPWpPBW(iWIPBT?!Bgy,Tll,'wrT??,T -J, ! " A. ----- r -- -- --"--" ' ' "i""' - - - " " ; , ,.,. . i m-m -mi i -1 i m r B: w ; i IN I, TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rCBLISIIED EVERT il'NUAY. ttlllS or SrBSCKITIUNS I One year, , $1 00 Six months 2 50 The attempt! to adjust tli diffi culties between the strikers and the railroads have thus far proved futile. The ultimatum issued by President ' Debs of the A. I!. V. is as follows First. There must be an arm istice between Pullman and his- em ployes on a Laeii satisfactory to the men, who must be taken back to work. Second. There must be an adjuslmsut between the railways and the strikers. All must be restored to their old po sitions and no wages dull be eut, nor shall discriminations be made. The precnt railroad strike will re sult in ea-h railroad owing its own sleepers. The public generally will be very cau'iotis about riding in Pull man cars for some time to come. It would 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. — 8 July 1894

top- 11 A L " I P' VI 1)3 3 l) U R i IN ' TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rL'BUSHEO KTEKYECKUAY. Tombstone. CocMm Couutr. Arizona. MTtMD IN TMI .C.T Of FKt At MC09-CUi .ATTIS. orrici xi. ltKi'oitT Ol llunril or fttiperrl.ur of l.'Mlile Coumr. July 5, 1S94. t) :30 o'clock p. in. I3or.lmel pursuant to adjourn msnt. Present Cluirman l'crVins and Supervisor Ftrrington and Shattuck Minutes ot previous meeting read and approved. Board engaged in examining fee bills. Hoard and district attorney re paired to county treasurer's office to count money. Bonn! took recess to 3 o'clock t. m. this day. 3 o'clock p. m. Board convened pursuant to ad journment. Present "V. K. Perkins, chairman, and Supervisor Fcrrington and chat tuck. On motion the following bills were allowed and warrants drawn on treas urcr for the respective amounts: J A Koska, registering oters..J3o 80 J A Koska, justice fes second quarter 24 S5 Thomas Pidwell, jury fte 2 30 M T Williams, jury feo 2 30 A T Schuster, jury fee C 30 Sam Washburn...

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 July 1894

"&smmZ ia'sriSsmaagsew&isXSSaSSS f M i'ii i . IV If M tf. Pi A1' ?'i a iff .i in v In i, M The Prospector. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1S94 HA II rA Ar T-iir- r-r- t nMLHUrtU I IIVIC IMDLLO, ( NEW MEXICO & AHIONA RAILROAD ?ttrU Hound t on ;omh' hoand It tOOt. i 10.00 uu l.ou Ntgl 'ar 1.8? ji ra CUlu". ...I ltW .Orvti-nden .' H.4 am .HOMhWI ...! V.J .. Fa'rhBk . I S.W " .Cootetilos...' W.W '- . ttcuoon. lr 7.W ARIZONA & SOUTHEASTERN K. R. It 35s. m ! .Fttrtank ... ..ir p. 15 am 6 90 & u Ml)ibtM . . li.Wpm D&ily, exept day. Btv vVuusn. apcrUteadPt. SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. Katt bUttac. t. a? SS p m l. p ra S40 am a m a 7 35 i) bi 511 ft raw . . . Hforoi 11. W ft m TucOB 1.50 Pib Mrcoia 610 pra Yuma 8 30 pmlv . . Los Ag-lr tr"Mlxel Una, Cirrring D-eae" and fre)j,ar-i-e a'. n-i'a -"i-l O.M id, at 2.15 p. m.o'Mb 4a 1 a" 3 J ft tu The uboie roail ttn l'arille tlmr, nUlrh m uur hour fluufr.thsu Tomb tone tluir. LOCAL NOTES. fcquabs for sale at the Can Can res- i tnurant. Wh...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 July 1894

.XJoi-a'j.1- iW -232SHSaC2Sa557HSESBSa!raSH &i Tril3 - 1S5.XT.JJM THE EEITjAJPH n Pubhved Sandai" r ' A'ZOVA n Ktiki pa i. ol Wr'-(Js tcn- nj ijiuit mf ulllt v.ek s It ap. Li ais ii i'ie lviLr Fifi fs.1 Tb WxsiciT TcyKTcM1. EriTAri. cd AiiIcsa KicKtK will Riro all the nes ard il. Ve sent to any ad dle si 'cr 8 a W 'I'nreo .vioxiiiir-i lor si in Three Months for !!1 t isPnisasasPEPsssa5E3asiEaa? -ESHSZSHS2SHSH33SHSH5H5H52.. VOL XVI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JULY 15, 1894 NO 49 fe luitbifime ri ( t I ' t " ' THE PROSPECTOR. I F'l""' "H'. " I II ! I - ! City mul County UUiciul l'aper I'L'IJUbIIKU every evening .Except br-stm.) ' BS S.C. BIGG, Editor and Proprietor. , Kremont St., Opposite Citj 1I..U r-. - Entered la the Tonibs'one Postoffice as Fecoad Class matter. ! I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. . i nr.it 111 a imitui.x;. T VPEWK1TEI AND NOTAKY I'l SLIC, Toughnut Mreet. TOSlEaTONE. AKIIONA, M.fl. I'l.tci: Attorsev at Law asdNotvrv rvBLic Collections Made. BiSktE' 1 - Ariz...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 July 1894

WinZ's&V.'?3BSiMtfeH S5!JMsSi31 iaaSgteaaj s i Sa3BBBSBS9tSSS&aBXSa j" fh tir m n i 4 Sf'l S !l 1 ' i , .1- w fc 4 r Fl B li w 1 I TOMBSTONE EPITAPH! PCBLISIITP EVEP.r 6T.NDAY. I If.kMS U! T BStKtsTKiNS One year . . ?4 00 Sir mouths 2 50 Crux Milieu of the Tempe N'e.i has been appointed post-master or that town. TIio appointment -well made. Mr. Miller deserved the appointment. Chief Authir's advice to his men to stick to their engines was from the matured mind of one who liatl been through strikes before Debs was out of knee breeches. The bill lor the admission of Utah passed the senate yesterday without division. It was expected that Ariz ona and Near Mexico would go through at the samo time, but their failure to do so mates it reasonably certain that we are to be side tracked The entire it.rnian press regard? the railroad na as disatrous to tin future of the UniteJ ritat.ee. The say the action of the city, state, and federal authorities shows a bewilder ing lack of unity. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 July 1894

J0 M t V IS. i.: . ? h m TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ri'BUSIICD KTERY SCXDAY. Tombstone. CaeMs Coantr. Arizona. ftSTtSCS ll THf PotT OFtiCI StCOftD-ClASS MATTI1. The strike has liaj no effect on the price of eiher. It slill hangs its head on C2. On; earn ara close to the ground waiting lor the noise which mil ac company the pastage of the Ariioua admission hill in the aenate. The lioufu has concurred in the enate amendment of the bill for the admission of Utah. The bill novv goo to tho reeident. lh.it he nil! sign tt is cer ain. The house committee on interstate and foreign commerce decided, after a long and spirited session, to investi gate the labor troubles growing out of the rullmau strike. Tlio senate refused to go into any investigation. Bod Ixgeksoll has been asked to defend Debs and the labor leader? now under arrest. Thic, in the face of Debs' recent utterance that Hod is on his side, would indicate that he vvants the devil' sympathy alio. The time, is not far distant when the gover...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 15 July 1894

-.J-- .? . nmnMiwgnwi mm imamnn - lV! 1 Vi ft I fll i i'( a JJ n :. 1 'l I u Ihe Prospector. SATURDAY, - JULY 14, ISM. NEW MLMCO A ARIZOW RAH ROAD , rr Strto Ltxi&C m ih& jNuuih Hoaml lv -oni.ra i Nile 'r ll'pm sr ' ' CUW. .. li-M " Im) Cti ietdn I lt.u am 12 le 1 iBhn-n .. JB 10 Farbiiik . 8t " 1 1 0 COril C 'HOB .' t ARIZ JN'A & bOU THE srKRV K. K. It y JUfc m tmibxiiit i 1 a in 0.40 an lJbw . IWKipm Pally, icppt ?aurtat SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO Lat 5 IS m 1 1 mu am 1 50 m 6 to pis 8 i m v rutl wu HftOKO I Cucoa Maricopa mi Wvtt ai 9 p m 40 i ra h m m mf Ax. t n frlu r i-e it m , o in I a i Cir .ia4 y i e an I ,i J l j p. lli ane mail u- I'acitle unit, nhlrii i oue liutir ijwcr than Tomli (ouc llui. LOCAL NOTES, I bquahs for tale at the Can Can res-1 iiirant. j Curling irons in great variety at the Tombtone Drug Store. No rain has fallen at Solomon ille up to date tln summer. Jude House mil hold court in SoloracnwUe on the 17th iu;t. PuttinR up a telephone is harder w...

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 July 1894

yars agSaciu Ti Thn ails. n&fCcTn 'vt' aaJaJlTff.itffrfflEJffnXft 4JL.n J-JPT 8 ."J -3 THE EFITjAJPH TJHK - EPITAPH PubLshed Sundays, and AFIU1A KICKIK published Wednssdays coa Uin all th- ne.rs of tbe week as it ap pears in tbe Daily I n.rirrai Five Oeiatjs :t Oop;y. mnHfame firitap Tm Wiuxt ToMTt EriTAm and Aiijosa Kickii will give all tbe news and will be Mat to any ad drew for Tlireo Ioiitlis lor !r1 w, if 1 fl, W VI TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1S94. NO 50. : 3 I Br. it 1 U'J H ,Vi h Uf' ft -v fHE PROSPECTOR. City ami County Oiliciul Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday.') i by S. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall ' Entered in tbe Tombstone Posloffice as ( Second Class matter. t PROFESSIONAL OARDS. , 1 111:11 I'll .v iii:kici.'m;, ; TVrEWKITEK AND Toughnat Street. Tobstose, - NOTAST PCBL1C, ' Arizona. WJI. PLACE A TTOKM.Y AT LAW AND NOTAXV PUBLIC. ' A. Collections Made. Bl$BE Arizona. Fit a Mi. o. i:itLf: S.SSAT AND...

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 July 1894

isafSRSsfcSK&Tl ia--iEi-m-wrnTwhfa(en- ZiiS5 SB6MiuatnittiuMw'i -? .55 .(f rt TOMBSTONE EPITAPH renusiinn evft.t h'ndav. TEKMS or SI HSCKITIONS Onejear ?4 00 Six months 2 DO The foal of counting 2000 silver dollars per minute is now being per formed at the Pfiiladelphit mint bj a little nur-hiiie invented by Sebastian lleinea, the chief carpenter of the in stitution. E. J. TmrrtL has bocn appointed register of the land offioe at Tucson. lie has been for the past fourteen months secretary of the prison. He is a most thorough and competent prson to fill any position of trust, and ho deserves the advancement vv Inch ho Las received. AvvEKKago the Tillage ofStevens mIIo. Mich., with a population of about 200, was taken poeseriou of by an army of tramps 200 Krone Threats were n ade to burn the Milage and pillage the houes. The Iramp wero deserters from the lndiutnil armies. After frightening everj bod v, and in that way getting a stock of supplies they "moved on." It may not be gener...

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 July 1894

uxa&Aaem&ti2uL - TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. fCBUSHIB KTIY SWKDA.V. Toabftsce, Cochise Count T. Arizona. IfKTWCO I. TM POST OfflCI At SICOftBKLAM HATTIR. From Friday' t Daily. Congress mine got caught in a beer famine squeeze. Napa Kick went through to San Francisco e(erilay. P. J. Delebaate was before the board of equalization today talking in hit own behall. Alex. Hill is making some necessary repairs to the steps at the court house which had become rotten with ago. E. B. Gage and wife, who hae been pending seeral weeks in Tucson, left yesterday for tho Congress mine. Thus far this season not a drop of rain has lal!en iu many places along the San Pedro river betAeen Faiibtnk and Benson. Mr. McFarland, an old time print er, who held cases on the Xugget in this camp in 'S2, came in last night, and left today for BoloiHonville. m. Xeely and a dozen other miners, who have been working at Mammoth, haing been laid off, have gone to Congress where they expect work. Frescott barbers have s...

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 July 1894

Mtf!sva&afcnagSi8gBrfft. ij.-.; i. . a m rza IN !' M ii The Prospector. SATURDAY. - JULY 21, 1S94. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA RAILROAD ARIZONA. SOUTHEASTERN R. R- t 9 30 a m Falrbank ar s 15 a m 6 20 am ... U'-bw. l.'wpm Daily, except aodav Ben Viu.um. superintendent. SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. Kut Mstljnt et &r 933 pD law p tn 3 10 am ' a nt at ? 4& p m S 15 a id lliK) am 1 W p in eio pm 880 pm r JirEfOl Tticon Maricopa ;"""lisei tria cir'tlo d and freest, ar ie a ti!iu m ojud, at J IS p m ret baul a' 6 3J a m The abosc rad u faeifle time, n hlch i oue hour ttluii rr thmt Tomb. tone llru. LOCAL NOTES. bquaba for sale at the Can Can res taurant. Curling irons in great variety at the Tombstone Drug store. W. K. Meade is still in Prescott. Allen English and EJ Lind are in Los Angeles. C. L. Cummin; from Bisbee. ;s came in todav Allen English has sold to G. V. Cheyney the Curby team of horses. Tucson again lias a jobber's tarifT, much to the delight of h...

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