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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 July 1894

ijj.ah,.)fcmi j THE - EPITVJL'H. Published Sunday., and Arizona Kicker published Wednesdays con uin all the news of t"ie week as it ap pears in the Daily Pjosmctoi. Five Cents n Copy. the Ei'l'lAJPIi hotonr Tns Wnc.Lt TomsTSN-r. EriTArK anc Aiizosa KlCkiR will tine all the ne-os and Kill atssntloanv ad dreas for Three MonthH for i"l TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY AIUZONA. SUNDAY, JULY 29. 1894- NO , 1 VOL XVI pom w i inn I ! iiMa-a-sti I r W ft; W. i u :i V- -), l ,r HIE PROSPECTOR. ity andCtiuiityOiHci.il Paner PUBLISHED KVERY EVENING (Exci.pt Sunday.') by : S, C BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Oppo-itc City Hall Entered in the Tombstone PosloSice ai Second Class matter. I PROFESSIONAL OARDS. jti:itTiiA iii:ki:i.x.. TVPEWRITER AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Tcufjhaut street. Tombstone, Arizona. w.n. ii.aci: ITORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC 1. Collections Made. BISBEE Arizon" v. j llUMl C.K MII.K j VSSSY A.D METALLURGICAL LABORATORY. ! FFICE No. 319 Fremont bteet. uppcsiei City Ha'J. ' tir...

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 July 1894

irXXtzi$Lx31BiSGEa :iSiJiji!aBBiKjiauaaiieMM tawgn a 1 ff K 1$ I.TI I). I ' II I), l. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rCUMSHEP EVERT SUNDAY. TERMS Or lIMIIi'IMSS One year 5" I 00 Six months 2 50 Kxckit in a portion oi Alabama ai.d ol California, organized riots hare coaled to torment. AKIZONA'e admission to statehj .1 now teem assured. The senu'c territorial committee yesterday i.r deied ix fatorable report on the Ills admitting both thU territory and New Mexico, This is pleasaut news to our people. Arizona lias shown in the recont strike her people to bo the most law abiding of any in the country. Not one cent damage will eho be called on to ps.y as a result of the great con flict between the A. IE. U. and the railroad company, while in other states nearly every county will have large damage suits. Inasmuch at the favorable report of the senate committee on the ad mission of Arizona is in a measure duo to the indefatigable effort i of Mark Smith, some steps should be taken to assure him of our 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. — 29 July 1894

.- '1 JLt r W"-" .11 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ITDLISHED EVKRV iKMV, TutcWten'.CxIli Count r. Aruona. tTt'IS TmE POT Qfnci .tCO .. W4TTK Vow fWrfav' Diily. Geo. Myers took hij departure today for SolomoniHt. K. J. JaeUin U in from 1N ranch in the Sulphur Spring iulUy. P. I). Wariiekroj recehed toJoy u carload of Cumberland ttone coal. Steve I5r-nt is iu tcmn ranch. He is registoroJ at Joee. from hi the au Mis Nettie lt-flVrly is expected bomo from Pin Triucifco the Cam pari, ot nest 1661:. J. A. Koclcfellow cime in yeterday from liU ranch near WillcoT. lie re ttirnel tliere to-day. J V. Viekerslefljestcrdajforyrill cox from which place he will take a train load of cutle to the east. Mohaie county is ttill norlinj: her sihir mine, although in raany instan ces a great deal of money is lest in doing to. Mrs Slaughter, JIls Addio Slaughter anil Mrs Howell will leae tomorrow for Bifbee to isit -Mrs Clansoa for a few neeke. Mrs. Bradley will continue her private school for the month of Aug ust. ...

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 July 1894

1 V i t irv i I I.- r : D ef ', !'1 u The Prospector. SVTUKDAY, - JULY 2S, 1S31 M RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MCMCO S. RI70'Y RAH ROM) North UoatuS lr "nJa.m r 'MO " woo 14 1 " 1 1 OJ " -I TO " I uu h I t l 1 37 f " liW 11 0 m 9SJ B31 7UI ' CsUWs. Cri'teodtn" Haachora . K rb.sk C(titoilloi H.lioi ARIZONA & sOUrHEsrERN R. R It V S3 a m FtrbsuW fcr Si-tn G20am HitM 12J)tpm SKailr, eicsft bo4 Dsx Wlu;: 3prtntendeLt SOL'THCRN I'ACIFIC R. R CO ti't bUtlonv. Witt .ar 9 33 p id 10 SO p m 40 m m ( m n 7 45 p m Miinit 1!moi ltou am Ton 111 r M icopa P n m am IS3J1 pralt L V"fl ' t tr-411 I UID cirrrlo li-.u.f s in frel3t trritcoiisi will oja.nl, at il5 P m ! b Miud a' 6 3) a m riiw aboie rati uot I'ariflr tlnir. nbleiiHoutliaiir nlautr thvu Tomb -tone ilm. LOCAL NOTES. iqtiabs (or tale at the Can Can res taurant. Al Stanictr is registered at the San Jom. The Harrio-Crowlew trial mil come off on Monday. Qjite a heavy shower ol rain (ell iu BUbee last night. The court houe lawn 19 a favorite...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 August 1894

- H r THE i2rxrLwra. TBLK - EPITAPH Tim Wfekly Tompstwnw Epitaph nd AttzosA Kicker uill pie all the new j and uill be wnt to any ad dress for Tlirco IotliK Ioi-Sl Published sandats and .RIZ& KlCktR published VednrsJa)s con tain all the nev, s ur e week as it a? pears in tint Dvily PRir-CToit m Five Centi ji CJopjr, I Wi -TS w I foitanb. tumuifioite I ft "Y VOL XVI HIE PROSPECTOR. ity and County Ufliciul I'aper PUBLISHED EVEltY EVENING, (Excejt SL'MMY.j I by : S. C.MGG, Editor anJ Proprietor. I fremont St., Oii-itu City Hall Entered ia the Tombstone Postoffice as Second CUss matter PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 111:11 i'iia iii:iciu.-;, ' TrFEWIITEB AND Toeghnut btreet. Tombstone. Notasy PlBLlC, Arizona, m.ii. ii.iri: I ttosney at Law and Notary Public, i l. Collections Made. Biseee Akizona. Fit IMS. CBtllLE tSSAY AND METALLV2SICAL LaSOEATOST. FFICE No 319 Fremont bteet, opposiei Otr HaU llCICItl.M. x UKltltlNU, Attosneys and Cocssellobs at Law. ) OFFICb Toaghnut Street. beteen Thud , 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. — 5 August 1894

3se"Kaemt IM SOMBSSOXIC EPITAPH Wm.lSHKP KVKHY Bl'SlHY. I I kf i t i .MMi Allil, Te r. H r I 14 I' PI W ,( N rruvs i One year, . . . Sir months . A nomin-ext Knglish physician tug tests tliat a good way to cure tlio an archists of thir murderous jage would be to declare them all insane aiij treat tbom like madmen, lie wisely poiut ' out the (act that executing them dm- j lily enables them to peso as martyrs before their fellow s, and influences others to emulate their honors; while if they were treated like people of dis ordered intellect, declared insane, and confined in a madhouse, it would bo humiliating, and a serious discourage ment for their imitators. There is food ground fr such proceedings, as anarchy is nothing more or less ihan a homicidal mania, and all per sons who advocate its principles should bo promptly o mfined where they could do no harm. With the admission of Arizona and New Mexico there will be a group of eleven states west of the Mississippi river possessing 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. — 5 August 1894

rsMa&xd!EMee2J - i I.T D. ch e P3 p id fc n! a at V X t. tc : p.. M ' ;..i; iJlTAf 1L 1 rstUeliri, T. CRY ,;-.,. AY. ."BT: tti i,,l ' '(i"r" ; ". " ! twmwn n wt fvatw tmiwMtniiR j ' ti tin; Can Csn rw - i.it'a yn'b t -,l- r .:.-. " - 'in I n-j.t cut t. - imt-1 i -. i' 'l .ck. .'..'. 'rcti C - : " ISlol . . ... i !n i:l a i-tn .. d -.."..,. . r. r. 8 . ' n; I, .'..: .tald, C A i1. - en . ' r. i - :.r.- b !' til. Tiled i'l Vi'il -.try of J Via !...r If. ' hit r !-- Ac- i i . ,turo re- : i. :..t ( they .1 ling . - 8C .. .iu. ii; IS i '.' l nil l) i ... d , i- i :th, :a d IT. 1 ti.. . la. ut.'i: : .. .! til ' I.- !( . r.i.ii.1- -i..r Gila I. '. -in. ..." : i:j ei- .TvJ,CM '. : ill i, ;...:. ..tei. . ', ':i-l hi;.! .:' I'M. ' - o i','KM . 1 -- - ; " M-jtrs. -:.', wll :. . i A ffW ..r Hal . i ;n !.nc a i.t thei !! . i! hum . a si .' r.rcr .. . ru.- . . . M'n-rf : ir ii vccntlj .' . , i.U'I '. . T , I ! i : ic . - - J j 20 ies W ' I li, v ri-3 ' ' V, "iiien ..r .er ". H .i .1 i . I ma ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 August 1894

imTmT ., J .v It'.' 8 uU , I: 4 l L9 n ' .tl-SHSHH The Prospector. B ATUKDAY - AUGUSTTi,. 1694, RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA RAILROAD ZtorUi bound south 1 nixti Iv (0Di.ni ,a.e ar 13u S49 ' C 11 ulf, .. liM I.w) tn.tenaen... 11.40 am Ult 2 l'- hw ... ft39 1.00 . .. Tik 80 II. Coi.tBtton... U0 " HT3U lnnon, lr ?.U) ARIZONA & bOUnrEAsTERN R. R- 1t 3i)ft m .. " ai s 15 a n 20 a m .... o. v l-.lJp m DrMr, except nan y. Bex A .m-i, Sopetctfnd-Et. SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. Kai &.k oU. 5.? 3 a tn ar lit) 4m U.W tm 16 0 p m iw 80 p m v Leu i m mpm Tucen 10 30 ii m Maricopa 40 am Yuma Ktu atn Ia Aim-lf a 7'S ina srM wl run, CiTTin pii'e'i an Ireitit, ar ive at iio ll Douud. a. i 15 , P m . ert bDDd at 6 1J a m The above r.tad n I'ciHr time, w hicli noup hour lower tlin Tomb toac limp. i ' . LOCAL NOTES. X. A. McDonald returned to Charleston today. Soda five cents a glas for the balance of the season at Yaple's. Mrs. Brauch was an outgoing pas senger today, bound fo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 August 1894

r THE 13tlTy!LXl-l t;:e XPHTAJPIl i gptta Tun Wevklt Tombstone Eutath I'd Anitas-A Kitktu Mill ge all tbe nes anil Ui txfeittoasv ad dies for 'Plii'eo IontliH for !jl 1 ilu-U ii nd is and Akizon'v K: k put, nhtd Wednesday con iii ii Iht rr w IV ttrek&s it ap pear m the Daily Prospector. i! sr n TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY, M'GUS I 12, 1S01. VOL XVI NO 00 SowMrati B fc5 l R : ip ft t 71 I B THE PROSPECTOR. ity and County Ullicial l'nper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (ExCLIT Sl'XDAY.I BY : S. C BAGS, Editor and Proprietor. I'reuioiit St., Opposite City Hull Entered in ihs Tombstone Postofiice as Second Class mitter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. , ti:itriiA iii::ci:i.m;. p FEWEITER AND NoTAKY PCBLIC . oughaut Mreet. Tombstone. - v.ti. ii.aci: 4 1 TTOSNET AT Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC j Collecuons Jlade, ClSBEE - Arizona. i'iuK c.t: iituv: Us ay and Metallurgical Laboratory, i FKICE Na. 319 Fremant Steel, oppoiiel C.IY Hill. IIKltltlXti A I1KICU1M-, J Attorneys and Counsellor! at Law OFF...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 August 1894

II tsi fc' I I I' ' r ' .V is lu K, r Ai 1 II . M f. ft i B f ?, 71 tU rA i I j 1! ). TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rfBtMHEn-EVTR' T.- 1ER31S OF MtMKVtlOM One year. . 00 Hit mouths ... . 2 50 TiiiatE is said to be over ? 1,000,000 ol spurious notes in circulation. Statehood is still ia the swim I ' s head is above water, and that is alo .t nil Mrs. M. O. Kimball, who Ute'y died in Philadelphia, was the first person to suggest the observance of a national decoration day. The treasury's gold balance is only about half as large as it v! n vear ago. Up to within two years ,ago it was usually nearly three times as large as it is now. Will the senate be kind enough to adopt a c n'titntion for the state of Arizyna, and thereby show us wha kind of a dote we are expected t" swallow to get into the union? Ex-Govehnoe Mi'kmiv has a sure hold on the nomination for delegUe to coDgrcsa. His name trill make liim many oie, just as '"Micky" Stewart's name did for him two years ago. The name of Frank Coi is fre ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 August 1894

- ! F BT fi"ifcifctf---- 'V i.Sht: i r; m ' f jj 8 r ,1 ( i W M !' V r i hf H. ; 4." 1 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rCBUSHFD EVERY SUNDAY. Torabsione. CocMso Ccsntr. Arizona. tlTIMO I. THE POtT O.IKI A tCOLA. ..Ml. From Friday't Daily. Alex Durtvard and wife have settled in Tcmona, California. Mrs. W. K. Meaie bit joined her liusbanJ ia I.os Angeles, and "ill re main there several weeks. A washout near Yum wa the cau'e of the failure of tlio western mail to materialize yesterday. Tlioa. Smith of Iluachuca hiding pent last night in the city and returned to his homo this morning. Geo. V. Cheney went down to Charleston this morniog to inspect progress in the taking aput of the mill. Allen T. Bird, editor of the Benson Oasis, after tpendmg a couple das in our city, left today tor Bisbeo on hit way home. Mrs. O'Brien who kept the Kuss house in Tombstone eeseral years ago in Tombstone, is keepiug a lodging house in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter and Mi's Andie Slaughter Uft today for the San B...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 August 1894

Z-dIa,t''lrJ1r If "ft V s am ft Hill In liniliwiMliMMi VI in "I m IM E( f. i t I k y V i Thk Prospector. . SVTURDAY - AUGUST 11, iSCl. " RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MEXICO & ARIIOVV RAILKOAO. ' Nvrlh IKim! - - h V -n" Iv (,. m ! i i Ur t v m f w1 " . O-l J. .. ti W9 ' Cji . co" 11 U a m lil ..! "JJ ' .ill) " Fi- k ll ' 1 10 Ci e itoa ..' -'M ' S ll-B'i. It Tl'J " "1 ariz ina & ounii-:vs.ri:RV k. r. ,; iu ..r"Mtu. li -A) m . .. .B 13 . i-hllm W.'klp m Dill eieijH ail. ! HU.1K. ap9rlntwnlt SOUTHERN IACIFIC R. R. CO. 51J a it r . IViikii l 5 I'lt 1 1 If 11 m 'lrcon IftJi n "I M ii m M.kl 8 II i li p in V km 'i ' h Mfl inn v Li. Ancili ? & ! l' tT Iik I ifi'il'. cir.ta; m-ci.ci 1'itji' i.- i'.- " "' - il' m . wj l li nn 1 Mii H 4 hi. "rim u1 rrnli u I'acin.' ll!ii. lU- mi nUjjf nl . .- liu loiuli lonf Hum. LOCAL NOTES. Spring cliicVens for sjle at the Cm Cm restaurant. Register. Maricopa county 19 to hxe a f 22,000 jail. Tucson is aitatin; l. eel railwav svsiem. the iJe.i of 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. — 19 August 1894

i.A-j-fc.A-ikjC.twia( lY"- V- ( THK - :pitaph THE EPITAPH Published Sunday, and ARIZONA THl WrtKLT ToMBSTONL EPITAfll and Aiizjia KlCKtR tll jive all the news and wdl I se it to any ad KICKC2 published Wednesdays con t mi ..II lh- nes of tve week as it ap tirv In the Daily PscsrscToa. Five Oeiitisj n Copy, cres tot TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. Sl'XnAY. AUGUST 19, 1894. NO 54. VOL XVI Qumutfume . Three JoiitliK lor !1 I Y I h V i V V I I I fr l'HE PROSPECTOR. ity ami County OiHcial l-aner. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (ExCkrrSusDiv.') iiy t S. C. BAG5, Editor anl Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hull Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL OABDS. ! 1 , 111: urn a in:ititi.:. IMFEWXITEI AND NOTARY PCSLIC. Toughnut street. Toubsto.se. Ariiosa. ji, ii.ci: A TTOR.SEV AT LAW AND XOTARV PUBLIC. t. Collections Made. BlSBEE Arizona. I'lUHK CKlltLK . Issay and Metallurgical Laboratort. I OFFICE So. 319 Fremont Steet, opposiet " City Hatl. ! iii:!iki; &a...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 August 1894

I - Vsy' w ."' I w w i& .1 I H I ?M A !'I 4 I TOJIBSSOKE EPITAPH . . IX'liUmiED KVEBY SUNDAY. tuivi or One year Six months. .. , SI BSCKIrtlONS In ancient times advertising was tometitnes done from the tops U houses; in modern times, however, the tops ol columns are preferred. Voting citizens, tee that j.mr camcsareoii t..- registration U-oks. No matter vuat your politics or whether you have been registered before, take caro you are registered now. According to telegrams from the east and abroad, tho passage of the tariff bill has already had the effect of opening up business. Not bceauso of the bill, but for the reason that the uncertainty is settled. TUCSON has fieen selected as th place for holding republican territorial convex, ion on Sept. 12th. The peop'c of Tucson am noted fur the;T open hearted liberality and conventions meeting there can bo assured of good treatment. The position of the United States as to the war between China and Ja pan is one of strict neutrality wit...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 August 1894

K. wa - I i ' 6 p f ! it S5 J & i V TO)IBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERY gUKLUY. forabiloiit.CocUiwe Cosatr. Arizona. ttl mtO I 1HC OtT OFfKtAS UCOM0-CLA9S MATTtA. From Friday' t Daily. A Kemp, Ranch, U at the San Jose. G. W. Clmyney came up from Tucson today. W'ru. Liggett ij keeping a saloon below i'airbaoL'. Mr. K. J. Roberts u "pending a few days in town. Frank Earle is in town again. He stopping at the San Jose. Lewi Viilal had been seriously ill in El Faio for several neeki. John Hennery came in from hii ranch in the San Simon alley. He nill remain iu town for a wcelc. The bicycle party that eiery even ing spins through our streets will soon receive an ajdition, two more ladies having ordered wheels. Mrs. Lonry came over from Here ford yesterday, bringing her little daughter, who was suffering with a badly sprained elbow, for medical attention. Miss Pearl Robson, who has been neiting relatives here, will leave for her home in Mesa tomorrow. Mr.. Robcon will accompany her an...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 19 August 1894

. .11 r .rfr-Ji1-1 i-i-ir..afc'"rJ 'h anvtTinw 8 rr' H V ft I M -i in ri l i ( The Prospector. T S VfUKDAY - AUGUST IS, 1SSM RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MCXICO & RIZONH RA11 ROAD Xorlb Itoumi 1 tr W . m C 40 " M)iO KM lew " 1.30 " XJS, " I V i e CU it. .J Cir en' K r k Cwuteilion...1 llnoo. onih ond it 1 17 . m ,1 IiM 11 " m .1 US' , Oil - I XI ARIZONA & bOUrHKAsrERN K. K I vj JO l m talrbank ar - nam evoam UiIwj. 1.'PD Dllly.ieiceol ulv. hf Vli.uig. sapricto4enl. (SOUTHERN FACIFIC R. R. CO. Sitt aisit u urn. Sllan.ir Bea.oi ',)!SSS 11.1W tm rucsoa I" P 1.M i. ,u . M'lcv tiupn tin t ? U J33 v r Lu Audits l r0f ,r4l l "ini Cl-ru; ea.es Irrtjit i- i - 'i ' -" 'I in . w.l l aal 6 ai "rhe atjse road u3 IMcirle time, u Jlrl i. j 15 luJ.- livjr .n i Tomb toot- llin. LOCAL NOTES. Spring chickens for sale at the Cn Can restaurant. Doa't neglect to register. AlertisLil Lettfrst. Tlie following is a list of letters re maining in the general delixery at the Tombstone postoffice for tho 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. — 26 August 1894

taMmu tt THE EPJTiVPH Published Smdjjj, and Auuow KKKm published Wednesday con tain all the news of l wek as it ap pevrs in tLe Dailv PxorfTon IVivo Jont :i Copy. r I TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SlWlJAY AlOl'Sl 9? i8W KU 5; THE - EJPIT-.AJPKL Thi Weekly Toubsune Efiiapii and Abizova Kicmirtul cue all the new and will be seat to any ad dress for 1 VOL XVI i R! t- R 1 THE PROSPECTOR. ity and County Oilicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (.Exceii- Sunday.) by : S. C BAGG, Editor and Proprietor, i Treiuont St., Oppu-ito City Hall , i Entered in the Tombstone Postorace as . Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. , ! m:iti'iiA in:iti(i:;, "TPrpEW RITES ASD NOTART I'CBLIC JL Toughnut Street. Tombstone, Arizona. B'JI. ii.aci: TIORSEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. L. Collecuons Made. BlSBEE i - ARIZOSA. Flt.YAK C.KIHI.K ssay and Metallurgical Laboratory. FFICE No. 319 Fremont Meet, opposiei City Hall. IIKItltlM. & IIKIIKI.MS. ' Attorneys and Coc.nseixors at Law. OFFICE Toughnut Str...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 August 1894

,.y .c,irrffc.--jMWg.Jf3fc..; rtriTT-n 1M W i M I - v I A 1 ' P. 1C0MBST0NE EPITAPH ri'BLISIIKU EVERT suspjcc . . II SMS II Ills 1 I Onojcar. . ... . ft 00 Six months 2 50 Tiik Wilson bill failed to placo bibles on the free list, and the oM song, "Salvation's free to von and me" lit" lost it significance. Cleveland was undurfed bv the Californu deiuocratie rn-ventiou. It was good politic?, but .i bad blow to the Examiner w Inch thought it had the democracy pocketed in that state. The anticipated enactment of the new taritT bill ha-, according to a report from V. S. Consul MeeLer at Bradford, England caused quicker wool sales than eer known before Tut republicans will hold their primaries in tho county on September Stli. AlreaJ) tile noize of butle can be heard ou tue outskirts ot the battle field. Indications point to no great excitement ou that day, much less than usual. U. S. Consil-Geneiial Jones at 8t. Petersburg in a report to the department ol state poiuts out that the early c...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 August 1894

lu 9 M . TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. fCBLlSHED EVERY SCKUAY. QToisbstona.OockiM Coaatv. Arizona. IMTIHIO IM TMf KMT OTriCI AS tfCODCUM ATrtS from Friday' $ Daily. One inch of rain (ell in Tombstone last night. G. W. Ssioerns u expected back tomorrow. The Oases intimates that Dr. Wright is going to get married. Colonel Herring returned yesterday from i'henix, where lie has been on business. Bob Templeton, lormerly of Torob elone, is at preeent engaged in pros pecting abote Yuma. The school trustees hae set 1. ip tember 10th as the date (or beginning the fall school term at Benson. A Warwick bicycle for Mrs. J. C Cain came in by express today. It is a ery neat and compact machino. g'Sol Israel will, in company with another gentleman, open a furnishing goods store in Los Angeles in a fiw days. F. E.Williams, one of our old time miners, left today for Pretcott. He will engsge in mining inYaapai county; Russ Mansfield has suffered the paralysis of his lower limbs, and is in a perfectly helpless c...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 26 August 1894

mrf.ftygg f. V MgEriii" rgaffflifty ?wtJl .? ;. i 1 i The Prospector. SATURDAY - AUGUST 23, 1SH4 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ."fcAV MEXICO & ARION RAILROAD North Uovik v () . TO J ( "40 " WIM - l.MH " ;im " 1 Ti.so " n . t'ala . t'nt n lot . C.ntMlon.. lltn'on. nth U -npJ l.S. j tn ll.u a m M " KSO -H.WI " ARlZON-AiSOUrHlSrERS K. R. v HDua m rValthanl. 6.0ara Uibw . bally, cxtpt -BonUy. ' lr Hiau., a peirlc Undent "SOUTHERN FACIFIC R. R. CO. 5 15 a raw IVo- ".SSrS 1100 a . Toeton 10.W pm 1 JO t. m Mailcopi 10 p in Varna H v a m S 10 Dia tv ! Anufcly ai iwfa it-itlx I trim ci-r.ai "V'-,!c,1,Vi. Irsljit - m il i ' -. J'lii. i -1J P m . wret b mni a 6 J m Tht &?ove rnal u P.icinr time, nulr'iKoijlHiratin.-r 1ii Tomli tone llmt. The law requires a change of school ' bools in the public tcliools of the territory Ibis year. Tlio cliange took place in many of the schools last j ear. The following U tin li-t of irtt books preterit o! by the territorial Waul f education : Appleton' first, ...

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