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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 September 1894

2 (THE - EPITAPH I Jilbme 1 IfUMTAJ?!! TBI VVKlKiT TOMBiTNE EriTArH and Akiio.va KlcKtK ill rave all lublished Sundays, and Arizona Kicklb iiuMisV.d Wednesdays con um a ! ihr in of tie uetlc as it ap Ius m the Dvilv I'itor scion. Ii-vo OoiiIm 11 Copy. mc news ana wiu te sen to any aa dress br Tlivoo IontliK lor !?1 i- J VOL XVII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER i 1S94 NO .4 Soni ' : PsJ HJ ' . r. rHEJPROSPECTOR. I ity and County Official Paper. PUBLISHEU every evening (Except Sunday. BY ! S. C BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. rrcmout St., Opposite City II"" EDlcred in the Tombstone Second Class matter. Postotfice as PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1tr.1t r 11 a ni:itui.-MJ, TVFEVVRITEll ASD Toughnut Street. Tombstone. - NOTAKV PCBLIC. i Akizona. w.n. l'l-ici:' j TTOR-.ET AT LAW ASD NOTAfcY PCBLIC. , L. Collections Made. BlSBEE ; - AjtIZOXA. IIIA-.K j.:itL,i: SSAT AND METALLCKGICAL, LABOKATOKT. FFICE No. 319 Fremont Sleet, upposiei I Cur HaU. j HKICKIft-; A IIHKKIXU, ATTORNEYS AXD...

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

r 1 i J. TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rUDUSHED EVKRV H'NDAY. TERMS OS St HSCK'."IIOVS One year H 00 Six months 2 50 ' The man wbo U fair in oliticd is a cure winner in tlie long run. The liojtlluni dement muit itl.i i buck teat in Cochie county jiuut.if. The lnter-0. i estimates ttie an nual tax per family for ttio ben lit e.f the sugar trust ut $(.50. The talk of numerous campaign sheets would indicate that politics will be warm in this territory this fall. "Will George Pullman go to hea ven?" was the subject of a discourse delivered by a Chicago preacher l.;t Sunday. Not unless they pull the go-'pel train without Pullman at tached. The territorial board of equalizitnn raised the assessment of the A. & S. 11. railroad to u valuation exceeding that of the M. A A. by $530. What the argument was in favor of it, has not been published. The Maricopa couutv democratic convention demands that all territor ial officers who in future accept a pass from any railroad company be dis missed from offic...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 September 1894

-'ti'r" TiisMmtMmmwwt '7 r M X TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, PUBLISHED EYEBYSPSim. Tjmt.toae.Cwiisa CoantT. Arizona. Judge li.iker is in Iajs Angeles willi liis family. i'lictiii and Tempe aro to bo con nected ly an electric, railway. Carload's of raisins aro going from the Silt IUer valley to the eastern market. The train from the west was ten hours lato today, owing to a eeriout washout nest of Tucson. Bibc. U well fixed for school money. That district starts oil with oer 12,000 in the treasury. Yuma has blossomed out with a tire department, and is contemplating putting on other metropolitan airs. The llensou smelter has been purchased by fconoia mining men, and is bung moed away by the new owners. Lieutenant Geo. II. McMaster, with a detachment of scouts en route to San Carlos, went through yesterday from Huachuca. Dad" Severance, the father of DosCabezas, is in from Winchester district. He will remain over here for i fen days. Marir Smith will be home in a few dajs. He will be welcomed by ...

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

iSftwfifiSiwBTti rTSJ mirnTiHDiTii Him - urn unnriiu iirimr i mil mi i nil inriiimrnfin ilil l Dili HIT! 'in Mil , 1 i&i ' 'I it tr in. t i,i 5 M ' . i . I r.f ' i ? I I The Prospector. SVTUKDAY, SEPTEMBKK 3, 16P4 -".RAILROAD TIME TABLES. NEW MEXICO & AR170NA RAII.KOAI Nertti HounC l SOI", m f 144 " KIWI 11 1 " I ion " ri.so Miih 1 'ui il 1 1? i i.i a. iz. i C-i II. .0 ii m Una a ... K r k looieMlon...; ltnon lv J9 7.iu " ARIZONA X. SOUTHEASTERN R. R. It WStlani l-alrbinte ar 8 15 a m C'JOam ii . lMWpm Daily, except "ntM y. bEsH mm. aurlcUnaEt 'SOUTHERN FACIF1C R. R. CO. EM Ma.Vs Well ar II XV KX30 p in 10 la H W a m ai 7 45 t in 5 IS iiu IWbkit II ara . Tooea 1.5il tm Maricopa 6 10pm Yma K TO p m lv Ia Aoetle leilix-d trial, evrln; ji'u;l an frrttlt r te i o h.ili-iomiJ at ill P m.H'lb .aai a' 6 ila m Til a'late roai ik IMcifle llmi, w ll.- inn lalua.- 1 i P "' ' TouiJi tone tlnie. LOCAL NOTES. Spring chicaens forjsale at the Can Can restaurant. Georce Myers left todaj for ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 September 1894

SBifr m MM 132ciic.l U J TI1K EPITAPH I tiii-: EPfTAPII I The Wi. km Toicionf Eitaii and Am on I K'i K villi jive a" the news ard Hill iNiscnitoaav ad dress 'or P' Iil ifi vjj , ltfc ?mj Arion ki . k i t Wdn-dajs con ii it 1)1 n t! ' k ) it p -)ir- ill iMH t f 'OH V Tln-oo Months t'oi' SI M JLi'o Culs :i 0i).v. iKaBOE!-1 FXy yA7;.i.' Jtr-rcg?ij i T3-rrK!M gwrjrTar3a!werTr3XTnjBsar!.,!iCT:-3jr 'i.CTgffi-Trftr" -rif l- t. rr tcasTJur gvTLxa j,.jp- TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZOM . SUNDAY SCI'TEUBER o 1S94 VOL XVII NO 5. fcti&fiAiaB3aff K?? O" h ' V m . n ' ft v V - i K' rw P S ? r n-IB PROSPECTOR. ' ity anil County Ollieial I'aiuT 1 PUBLISHKIJ EVKP.Y EVENING (Excf.it Si'siuy) iiy S. C. BAGS, Editor aai Proprietor, j Fremont St., OiiH" ('!y I'"11 Entered in the tombstone I'ostofliie as rcond Class matter. PROFESSIONAL OAIIDS. mi'itr.iA u;:::i:3.-s;. r PEURITEK AND Notary Public , Toughnut fclrect. Tombstone. Arizona. mm. ii.aci: I TTORNEV AT LW AND NoTASV Pi fcUC k Collections Mad...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 September 1894

MMUMMAttfaUM dfaME&U Hi li I SR Si 't' . M, tr v u 1 t Ml II n itmaifaja.' iirairaeaiBaatasr-ts5gs3s-rfvtf & ww. TOM'WE EPITAI'II tritUhHKD kV8Y W'kl'lV. 11 KM. t months I CAlJFO.uttA ntu wants a 'li the ground that bis wife won! ef on bis buttons. A she i). . I r js the buttons bo U doiat i3.- fJ funeral Jiri e'or of the K a uar'v of Hiwtm ouiiim . have been i jt tctt of. Bvcky O'Nbal hasKiBn lie n'.i'Utd i r congress bj the populists. 1 . A. y was pli.il in uoniiuatiiii for flonncilman at-!arge. The idea of court-martialing army officers for gettins intoxicated seem to have entereJ the uresi lew's head. Whv not abolish the canteen -ieiii instead T'CK Ot-1. ha the support ol the blue M.ml-of the ra-pu'tliean pui-tv of Cochise cointy, and the WilleuX boomer the backing of the raODfrie rbnekftrs. Bhcai-sr jieople living in glass bouses ebouli not throw etom-i if no reason why tboe livinc in adobe house 3 should become J lice 1 to that pernicious habit. The job lot ol negroes ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 September 1894

MSmMttUttKaauafiaBrJ asGmjBtK '? j ir-cjev -ti ar i? 4 TTIBST0'E EPITUil.j P!CUH: V EVEKV-l'ICi'vY. j T.il. . V. V- . T! V"i "ui A. rsotiilit Li 1 Hill isUrn H. !. fl i tllliltlll. " "uhgerihers to A'i' ira and Sout.-i- 1-", -'if ""- 1 !i 'it. nt, , i f J I fv i-j( jf ny V U l ' lt 1 j it ' r the wn'li of cjiuiJiMiiKi ol llif i- (i-itrtriH'JbAt'Ji.tol8i' liJt i I i . . ul,' 'li'g WMr ",-e is i :ii . . ".'ur Mtafei u n nr nt tl.e i tf ' Itv , U - 1 ,v- " - ip 4" A. D. kecup. Ban b, u st the IV are. In ' .n II ir. i.cw patent proves Sour null rj ha eonamenct .i to turu out J. Hill Jf. bad secured a contract r i ittirg In 250 ton if hey at Kori (.r.tuL. The term of nine conviotg will ex pare at the Ynm penitentiary next moutb. Oaurt oonvennd at 9 o'clock thia morniDe, u hour earlier than (be usual time. Ttw rr;.uUlicn of timliant couulj linto placed llerl Dunlait m nomin ation Sor the council. A. chwarzenbach, -N'en York', a heavy mine on-oer in this county, it ttopping at the 1'alaoo....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 September 1894

mjmtm.'9amXtitierir(t r rim i i im lis. w- I I r ) The Prospector 1. SATURDAY,- SEPiKUUKK S. 1KU RAILROAD TIME TABLES. N EW MLXirO & AKlOS-A KA1I k M " hurt U 'Ul " S , e lir n:,' c.u !' , .n- t i' " llra-on. lv ' ' !.' 0 1J1 :io ;i.so R1Z JN'A .v MJU rilbAbltIRN K. K. JbOUTHUKN JACIF1C R K. CO ;-i "lllUi- 3 15 a r 1 1 1 are 1 W i m bio pm J p Hi V i 3 p ni lrt.afl i ni 4 il m 7 lm TlH I (r lj it, tr I' i " i v' m rl 0 Hit I l rt 3 t ui The nbj ral u IMciIti tlin. iiti ! in- .. sc n'J lomli touv llinr. LOCAL NOTES. Spring chickens for sale at the Cm Can rclauratit. J. H. Mouhan, the clothing nuni is in town. Foster predicted a big storm about September "th. but it failed to appear. The billots at the primaries were not secret this afternoon, neither "ere the voters silent. Lewi Williams save that train will be running through to Htn-on by October 1st. Tito men Here caught in a flood near Pretcott on day last week and both were drowned. F. Bowman and Mi's Glad lien ninghoff were ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 September 1894

if '''t''BsmatmammmiMjifimmemaaaaanaiMLi wninwiyB THE - KPI'lVVPn Tot Weekly Tomfstsve Eutaeh and AmiosA KlCKrk vill cue all the newt and lll be sent to any ad dress for Tliveo Xontlis for ?1 Published Sunda5, . n I A: .zona KiCktK u )i ii t VtdnsJi con tain ih the iic f ( e wtt', at it ap (ear m 'he Daii y I KOrr kr li vo Cents :i Copy. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY Si: FT KM HER 16 1S94 NO 6 VOL XVH nitbifime E rHE PROSPECTOR v Citv aiitl County Ollicial l'lijier. 'I PUBLISHED EVERY EVEXI.NG (Except Sunday.) by S. C BAGC, Editor and Proprietor. rrciuont St., Opposite City Hull Entered ia the Tombstone I'ostofhce as, Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. nr.ui'iiA iii:i(ici.-. PYPEKITEK AND JL Toughnut Mreev. Tombstone, Notary Peine Axizona. 1V.TI. i'i..ici: TTOI1NEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. L Collections Made. BlSBEE - AIZ0NA. t'UlMl C.KAKLK Usay and Metallurgical Laboratory. OFFICE No. 319 Fremont Meet, opposite City Hall. ATTORNEYb AND COUNSELLOR!. AT LAW. OFFICE...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 September 1894

1W?"??!'': Pff " " ' it-iwr- " mi in-imirflHiiiWiarBIgifrit- &33wi32XcB- 1 l)ij ' ' " if M ?. f ti IS" I.?f ) TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rUEUSIIED EVERY SVNDAY. gsCX'l'1 ' '' ' ' ' Immmim ! Mill I " TtsMS or, st ki.tiivs Ono year . ft 00 Six months 2 .'0 Cameron ami Teller is tlie ticLet m;gesteJ by a Utah paper for jire-iJ-cnt and vice president. The v.t t would not oppose such u combination Gov. Hcawi-s h is approved the Ian for the reform school at Flagstaff an i tint structure ill lie erected in a short time. The foundation is alrddv in shape for the stone work. Repuuucans will have to win fifty two seats to get control of the hotite of repretentatives iisxt winter. In the election two eard age the demo crats gained tighty members. A WELL knows citizen whoso lean ings arp towards republicanism re marled velcrdav thai it ould not turp-ie 1 im if ever demncrit on that ticke. wo ild lie ebc" d tins fall. It might hen wi-eplau for the United States government to catch Kid before sending ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 September 1894

aa a-M.v-- h, M,,-L, lam , 'il T li) J ; TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERY 8PXDAY. TotnbrtoD.e.Cockfc Ciiaatr. Arizoai. Uf ftTEItO Ik TnC KMT OFFICE M MCOiLAM HTTII. From Friday's Daily. E. D. Gage is in Tucson, health tttll continues poor. His L. BUIiop, St. Louis, and Dav e Jour;, Congress mine, are registered at tbt Sun Jose. U. D. Piatt, commercial agent for the fa. 1. company, with headquarters at 1 Paso, is iu town. A. Bistandig and M.Abraham, San Francisco, and If. P. Piatt, 1 I'neo are registered at the Palace. Mrs. A. It. English aud family will return from California tomorrow to remain during the winter. Doc Louden was admitted to the county hospital today. He id suffer, jog from a tLin dieae. ,. Sixty men are employed on the r.iad leading from Oro Blanco to No gales, and its completion will soon be chronicled. Rev. J. G. Pritchard, who ha been at Santa Fe attending the synod, will be again in his pulpit at Bisbee to morrow. Willard S. Wright, xpress mes senger on the Gun...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 September 1894

C'J ft1 m ol j ' r. iw j i .ci 'Jl f ?! i' I I V' I!v4 1 Ll The Prospector. Chui-cli Notices FO'ltT HllACIIirCA ITK.MS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1S94 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARUONA & SOUIHEASTLRN K. R. ar i IV a nl lzjwp m Tmr G.3E) a m Kalrmnk lllf'vee T1.V1 -ri--r.t uo-tny Be 'ViuiMXit. t-uperlnteinlecl 'SOUTHERN FAC1FIC R. R. CO. 5 U anu J 1 o am IMdis 6 10 pin e 30 pm Iv Station- Tw.on 10.30 p m Vartropa am iraa h W am LoAnefle ar ri uro rf-Mlisd train, earning vacDE anj freight, trrive at itrn-oa.rxn bound, at '215 p, m.. vrect bound ttAVn in. IThc nliove road' l,acin lime hlrh I our Imjr 1ot l"iin Tomli atonf Unit. LOCAL NOTES. lleg. Regis. Renter. Get vour friend to reciter. M. i:. Church. Kev. F. W. Oomn, pi-lor. Sunday echool at 12:lfl p. in. Ni services on kcojuu: oi the pas tin' hluencc. All are united to atte id. Adverti-x-il Letter. The following is a list of letters re iiiuiuing in the general delivery at the Tombstone postoflice for the vcek ending Sept. 15, 1891: Sim...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 September 1894

i .1 Niin iMirrirrift"trTir---,g;:;r:g'--a'-' 13 1 I .lvs.. THE - KPITAPI1 7 r i 1 fmrtftaw Mfitatl. Published on-. ini ARIZONA Kuktx puMti t Wednesday con turn ail th. news of tve Wfltas ll p jxars m tie Unrv F'fsTo J-Mve Cunt-, n Copy. !, w !. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SlXDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1894 NO 7. VOL XVII TnsWUkU ToMBSTtiNK ClIT.VIII I and Amzunv Kllklk will jive all I the "news and villi bt sent to any ad dress, for 8 Three Moiit.in for 11 1 w ,l a) V ? I.'l I ) . : ri-IH PROSPECTOR. ' City and County Oilici.il L'ajier PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING gtExCEir Sunday) by S. C BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. rreniont St., Opposite City Hull Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as j econd Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iii:ua'iiA iiniiiti.x:. r'TPEWMTER AND NOTARY PCBLIC. Toughnut Street. Tombstone. - - Asizon. wm. ii.ici: TTOSNEY AT LlW AND NcTARV PUBLIC. i Collecuons Made. BlSHEE Arizona. FltWH. C.KVIILK Vssay and Metallurgical Laboratory. 1 OFFICE No. 319 Fremont Sleet, opposi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 September 1894

ill J If ' if i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Pl'l)UHFI ElEKV SUNDAY. I II ..IIHIW II I. Mi -J.IW1I TERMS Or SlBsCltlrTt NS One ear, .. $4 00 Mx months 2 50 1 It is nut necessurj fur a man to le I college hred to be a thoroughbred, either iu politic" or social lite. fliKRi. appears tole a ctring at tached It tuat republican campaign pamphlet. It u circulated by fits ai 1 ' ttart i Cochise couuiy H fc'ie Herndun 250 majorilj ocr Murphy. Wo will do better t lum than Yaapai did bj "Out Mark." The Ohio democratic conention declares lor tree coinage at a 1C to 1 ratio, and denounces the A. P, A. Two eolid declara'ion. It mil look, strange not to tee MarL Smith' name at the head of our ticket ttn ar, but he 1- oiih lasiiiL. ft re6t for higher honori-. The democratic Stat contention of South Carolina denounced Clce Und'e administration That elate is inhabitated by men who do not mince matter" Tuf mectinp called for tonight to protet against the remoal of troop from San Carlo and Bowie should be an ear...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 September 1894

lrt-i-l"-r--'TiTTilTrnfiitwiniiiiiMitiMH ifif im tiiMillliiiriniriTT''"2- MBSMMMMMHM ' 7 'J ft ft' & w : 7 r R TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERY SDSDAV. Tombstone. CchUo County. ArUcna. "Tl.tD IM TH FO.T 0FICt A. lfCO.O-CLA MATTI.. from Friday' Daily. Col. Win. Herring ie in 1'lni-nix. The stage was an hour lute today owing to a heavy train from llenson. A heavy rain wtiled the section o! country Ijing between the Huachuci mountains and the mer yesterday. J.J. 1'atlou Dai been down ou the river looking alter the collection o i Vo'l taxes from the railroad employees on the new line J. B. Bright of Los Angeles has just been comicted of stealing railroad passes from Mrs. J. S. Xobloof Tucson at Catalina Inland. George Kohler uses his bicycle as an express wagon. He packs any. thing from a spring mattress to a refrigerator without trouble- J, V. Viclers and Ilv.C. It. Nugent left for the Chiriculma mountains yesterday, where they will enjoy a few days killing deer and smaller gauiu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 23 September 1894

if I. Tim Prospector. ! SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER ;2f 1S91 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & bOUrHEAMKKN R. R. Fai V C SO in . JllrtHM , r?ip to Halt ttnnf niMl SOl.THfc.RN FACITIC R. R. CO. n MttlOUf Wt r 33 p m laso pm i 4) im ar 7 43 nm 5 13 imir IteBMm 11 iki am Tcon 1 30 Dm Mm iter 6 10 pa Y t? V) v m lv Lo AoctV CWUM train, cimloc pacnccif cd freljrbl, arrive at i-,nn,et boaod, at 2.15 p, m- wei bound at 6 W a m. The aboie mail ue antic tlmr ulileti HoiehuurNlonrr tliu Toml tune tlinr. LOCAL NOTES. lteg. Itfgis. Register. Get your friend to register. Gel your enemy to register. George Pridbam u in from the Soldier's Ilo'es ranch. Ihe family of E. E. Ellenwocd will pend the winter in Tucson. Beu Garland, Witcliita, M. Kahn Chicago, nd George 1'rilliam, talleyj are registered at the San Jose. F. W. Downs lias recehed a notice that he can tell no more '33 model bscycles of the Columbia pattera. F. . Wolcott and George Kohler recened their bicjclcs today. They are both of tho Columbia...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 September 1894

SfeJBiSSESHSSHijBsS? 4 I" THE EPITAPH THE ,-,T-, , ,-, : rixvvi. xx Thk Weekly Tombstbsk Epitaph and Arizona KiiKtit uiU five all th news and uiU be sent to any ad dress or PuMivhtd Sind.K sir 1 Arizona MckrK piiMij'tu V diu'idiys con tain all lite neus of tw" week 14 it ap pears 111 the Daily PRcrsCTo. Five Jetw :i Copy. Three 3IontliK lor jsj3 nrwgsaOTC3rr:saq-eBa icwa-mumi-m.l-.ic umngBCTgrgwai; VOL XVII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. Sl'XDAY SCPTEMBER 30 1894 NO 8. SntEbitniif 2P v-v QT - v - - t ! i J F.-f . e ri r, .- I u ? P (v THE PROSPECTOR City and County Otliciul Payer. PUBLISHED KVEKY EVENING 'l(Exceit Sunday.) BY S. C. BAGG, Editor ana Proprietor. I'reinoiit St., Opposite City II.il Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as econd Class matter. PROFESSIONAL OAKDS. tii:iii-:i.i ni:i:::i.i. TTPEHTtlTER AD 1 ougbnut MrecL. TOMBSTONE, . Notary Public. AauosA. '3I. ii.tci: rrokSEY at Law and Notary Public. L Collections Made Bisree Arizona. 'iu n u c.kaki.i: Kssat and Metall...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 September 1894

tUMTTTOlWtiffllTH -rai-"TfPWl-'-". -- 0 - BiTBBfiiFBtWftl BWMffiii T nai ItaiM(MTWIartfr.f i33aTUtja-a,V 1 111 Ill", Is 1 $ .4 1.J Pi 1 ?J n I v .- i : .' s 1 i i it in 1 I. LI M TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rUBUSHEP EVERY SfXIUY. TERMS OIjII'SlKI, TK'NS One year. Six months ?4 00 2 50 THE workmen on the territorial normal school building at Tempo b.ivo struck. Tlii W Hiioti.Tt blow at our public school system. Fkek wool ii having th HlVct of j starting every factory ill tho I'nited Stater, au.l it grinding mil vole for the dcmocritic ticket. Hill's election a governor ol New York means hi iioiiiiuatiou tor presi dent to years hence. 'Ihi can be the only object of his accepting the nomination. Jonu Bottom has been uou.inatrl for congro in tlu Denver iiitrict. John will be on top, however, alter election, vvith the lest of the demo crats m th ii,o The populist movement in Cochin county is imply one of the arms of the republican party stretched out to rope any mavericks that may be runuiag wild ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 September 1894

rTrrTMrnrniiinimrffiiiii nttii iminsiiTOssrc psm ?Sifiiir HiESiMminarrfviitlt Tiff S8JT, I I grtVfcWJgWariMfckBttfcJh J U . W w i;ii ;- Li ( Ef - I t V Xi r 3 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERY SCKDAV. Tombstone. CocMm Coantr. Anton. d!lTICO IN THI POST OrriCI At CCO0-LMS HATTIR. From Frjdav' Daily. Mrs. M. M. Sliermaa returne d toJa from Tucson. C. L. IlecVwitli reyislereil at Palace lat niplil. tliu Scott White returned today from Solomotiville, where he took lliley, tbe alleged lioreo tliicf. 11. G. Hone is a candidate for pro bate judge, or will be if he gets the nomination on the regublican ticlet. It nis Sam Moore and not James YouDg who was tapped by a centipede yesterday, as fU'.eil in last night' Paosi'ECTOK. Kjv. Downs wilt leave tomorrow for Tucson to attend the Methodist conference, nhich opens on Monday next. Not a hoof of beef or other cattle has jet pasted through a custom house on the Mexican line under the Wilson bill. Phil Maloney, aged C4 years, will be taken care...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 September 1894

saayT;,-iT;fT T janymi '" I,,; Wliriiiimantertafti faa.Bjrfraanrtjw3 The Prospector. SATURDAY, SEPIEMDIZK 29, 1S94 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & SOUrHlZASrtRN K. R. t-HVk m KaHMr'H r S 1 a in 8t0im It tow . 12.0m p n Dally, cicrp nil Pes WiLUfc!. operittepcrt. f-OUTHERN" FACIF1C R R CO. lrl MU(ili Wen tr 3 p tr 10 TO p m i 43 am m n am &i 7 41 i) in It (ut am Ttcon 6 10 pin ij pia 'v Lm Angtlrt. nrMltet irIn. carrrins bi'tvnsera ard freight, aric at tiitu,eit bouad, at -MS p, m . et btonil atC 3) m. Tlin nioe road u I'aotflr time whir1! uixeHojr xliner thm Touiti atom ilm. LOCAL NOTES. J'eg. R':U. Itc.i-ier. Get jour friend to register. Wn. Place of Bisbee is registered at tlio Palace. D. II. Snjder, Tesas, is booked at the Sin Jo-e. Trie thirJ day oi llie Phoenix pub He schools shon an enrollment oi Sll pupils. The board of tuperiuors will meet on Monday in regular tcsiion to audit account, etc. Jo Hoefler has returned from a trip to Uia ranch in tbo Suljinur Spriug i all...

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