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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 October 1894

L a-.a .,. ,1,,, "ij'ijim mm ww '- ' - f TH - EIIT-AJPHL The Weekly Tomstne Emtani and Aeizona KlCKtx ill cc all the newt anl iH b Jtat to any ad dress for Three Months lor S?l THE - 13I?ITJDH. Iiblishfd Sundiy and Aimo-A KiCKLit puolishcd W.dnedays ccn tun all the news of 0 e week as it ap pears in the Duly rorCTo. Five Jent!s n. Copy, VOL XVII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY OCTOBER 7 1S94 NO .9 fryj,.., rftK t1 pifftMfofie iBtfclfJ). :-, ItT"' J A V I THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Ollicisil Paper. PUBLISHED KVERY EVENING (Except Sunday.) uy S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as ecoad Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. liKBTHA. iiekki.-ii;. "pTFEW F.ITER AND N'OTAST PUBLIC, JL 1 ougnnui street. Tombstone. - - Akizona. W.TI. PtACEl A rroxET at Law ano Notary Pubuc A, Collections Made. BlSBEE - ASIZ0NA. fuavh. c.EAiita: st AND Metallurgical Labokatoet. ' ICE So. 319 Fremont bteet, opposite City Hall. HEKU...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 October 1894

" --yi- fiyfiTT" gSBgg1Ji a,sjV"v'' fntex g 1t-frtr? . - nM,Wiii-ni-Mi HJKaiahMif3"-'' "f I, i:' !l TOAIBSWNE EPITAPH . ri'BUSIIEU EVEBY SUNDAY. TERW OFjL'BSCKIi-riOt. One year fl 00 Sis months 2 50 The democracy will not mlerale political harlots in it rank this j cor. A Pr.ottfsioNAL prevaricator lor mon-y is Hie lowest mortal that breather. The Oi-is lnur is liablu to have a libel suit on his hands. He alludes to our Jame m "Crazv ' Iltitly. Tiik democrats of Graham county will do h wie act to pull Mr. Skinuer otT the legislative ticLet. He is a back number. The cam now iu tlio supreme court entitled Hawke s Weuivvorth mil determine the ca-e of McAllister w Perkins on H intit. N. O. Vuui" V liu proud eo stif les f it a iurxiraliun lobhvisl that h. has blossomed intu a corpuratiuu cu dldale. Prescctt Courier. Scott White never refused to en force uu order ol the court. He n fused to obey an order o lieilly'e, and Judge Aloan upheld him in it. BlXKV O'Sr-AL. hu was nee recognized 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. — 7 October 1894

'ymnirr rtawayTh.wcJl!-arMLjm.a,..M. .. , ! i TOIBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERY SUXDAY. TmbsUae.CochiE County. Irizons. fcflMTfMD HI TM MT OrrKC MMKLiH MATTfl. From Friday"! Daily. S. It. Delong Uss UU came cm the Cocbiae register. Mrs. H. Fountain auJ family re turned today from California. Jf. HunsaUer and W. J. Huntaler are autographed at ilieSun Jose. Carl Graf lias sone t-j riioeriix to asist his falher at bis blacksmith and carriage shop. J. Filzpalrlclt. San Francisco; Wm. PIscp, Bi-be-, and It. C. Montgomery, Los Angelrr, are at tlie PaUce. Cliaf. Ovrrluck purclWed 300 sheep from the Doi Caheua country a fen days ago, II wad a very choice lot. Mrs. Frank Hare i in liiebee wait ing Mr. Hare. Shu nill remain there for a few da) 8 before reluming to TombUone. A thousand ilollrra each is the price that will be p.iid fur the Maricopa train robbers by the S. P. Co. and WelU-Fargo Co. Miss Lusk lias been engaged to teach the rchnjl at Fort HuacliucJ. It is a private affair and pLi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 October 1894

S2r hassfiaisssiaeamaitxesasgaaaiatam BMBsWOatuBBBSURi Si3S3bi A I SATURDAY, - OCTOBER G, 1S94. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & SOUTIIEASIERN R. K. t 3fc m F M-w . ar 6 13 a in ,i; tuM lYjuupm Div VlLm. jjnperlntenoent MOUTHERS TACIFIC R. R. CO. Sjm Maton. West 5 15 a mar . 1 l.no a m1 1.50 Bin .. t 10 pm S.TO pmlt.. . Ilentoa Tucon Maricopa Y Lo, Anrele .ar m pm . llttSO p ra .. a 40 am H to am arl T 45 urn ttrmxei train?, carnlce paeoeei acd freight, arrive al rin-on,eMl bound, at 2.15 P, m westbound at6 3Ja m, The aboie road uo raciftf Half which inuehoup slower than Tomb tone tlmr. LOCAL NOTES. lleg. Regis. Register. Get your trienl to regieter, Fresh oysters received today at the Can Can. The weather is rain. very suggestive ol George Pridham is Soldier Holes ranch. in from the The district court will open Solomonville on Monday next. at W. C. Green and E. Storrs are down in Sonora looking o or the cattle sit uation. Mrs. C. R. Nugent is suffering severely from an attack of...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 October 1894

agaeaxMgr-wTiw-i-Tr -- rrr IBM "i.'JMaS .4 , r - , -j .. THIS - EPITAPU The Weekly Tombstcne EpiTAni and Arizona KlCktk Hill lire alt the nes and null be sent to any ad dress 'or Tlii-eo 3Ioitli for SH THE EPITAPH Maw 1 Mtapl Published Si ' y, anil Arizona KlclwLit ituJ.bt-l WtdnestLivs etn tsm 4ll 11 news of Oie ueek as it ap pears in the Duly PxosrscToR. Five Jeiit n. CJopy. VOL XVII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY OCTOBER 14 1S94 NO 10 Soni If J THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Ollicial Paper PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING (Exceit Sundays BY S. C BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. I'reruout St., Opposite City Hall Entered in the Tombstone PostofSce as econd Class matter. PROFESSIONAL OARDS. IIKKTIIA. UCKKIX;, TVrEWltITr.lt AND NoTART PCBLtC. Toughnut Street. TOURSTOSE, . ARIZONA. W.TI. PUCE' TTOKNEV AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC L Collections Made. BlSEEE Arizona. -U.U. C.K.ICL,K AT AND METALLURGICAL. LABORATORY. O ICE Ma. 319 Fremont Sleet, opposite City Hall. JKUKISii; SL IldtKIMi, Atto...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 October 1894

fe3KS iwwtwm iftMtBja; fl i J II TOMRSTONE EPITAPH PUBLISHED EVLRV SUNDAY. TERMS OrfplBSCKIrtlnNS One year ?4 00 Six months 2 50 The democratic ticket is tho poor man' ticket, Tlie republican ticket it tbe poor man' pudding. Blcky O'Neall eav he will doII 5000 votes tliia (all. If lie dove, wliere is Murphy going to get r" There are bets being made in Yav apai couoty that ISucky O'Neall will poll more otes than Murphy. The republicans will pend a barrel o! money to elect their ticket this fall. It is the only way they can be in the tight. No foreigiurs need apply in case the rep iblicans are surce-sful thi ypr. As one of the speaker" Ian niht mi , -'Anvil a for Americans" is the republican lirv. The only argument urged against the democratic ticket by the snobbish element of the republican party is that the meu composing it are poor. So this is to be a lirh man's campaign, is it? On with the dance. The most cruel piece of work done yesterday was the throwing of Reillv's book oerboar...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 October 1894

TiOT-fytTf-m-n .rarrT-B-yur. -.wr .,-,--, - - - . Hiliwi y l TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED E EBY Sl'SIUY. Tombstone. Cochise Coantr. Arizoai. llartaw la thc roar orrwt icono-ujh hatth. It is presumed that after reading and endorsing the rcpub ican j'lat form Mr. J. Y. Yickert will change bis mind, and leate, his catllo on lii Sonorn ranges until, llr eleciiuu. Mr. Vickers is too .conscientious a republican to take J antage of the WiUoa bill in any euch mean way as to pay a $2 duty under a democratic administration when he has been pac ing 10 under tbe M-Kmley bill. The effort of tbe republican leaders to shirk tbe responsibility tor tbe Eeilly pamphlet will have no effect upon the ot-r. The pamphlet nas paid for with republican money, and was tent direct from the printing house in the (ait to the chairman of the republican county central com mittee in Tombstone. The party is not to be blamed for being ashamed of its work, but its leaders should be ashamed to tell a barefaced falsehoo...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 October 1894

ill in Til n.i-iii vnia i.iCT ,.,... rtr1n rlir-. rirnw.ri r . -. , "--' ' Vniiiiriiti'irnrlMiiUiiiaSi'riiaiTiaiii i-fHiiii-.fimwiiH' 1 A The Prospector. SATURDAY, - OCIODEU 13, 1894, RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & SOUTHEASTERN K. R. tf 'Oft m ... .b MMf UJJ p Ql Bin iCuutn. Siptrlttenflttt OUTHi:RN FAC1FIC R R. CO. Si t iiit & Hei 3 15 ft to sr It noi ft? 3 p m 1 1 1 ft m . Tvuon KLiU pm 1.30 im Maricopft tW & tlOpn . V Mi m W p m Iv . Lot Angtleo fti 7 43 inn WMIiel tritm. cam-In;; ptnscr rd freljtit, arrirr m D4iu eit boaad i 2.15 p, m . wci bound &i 6 3J a m. Tin atioe mail un I'scifle tlinr ycMc.i 14 luehoar Hl3nr tUu Tomb stone lltnr. LOCAL NOTES. Keg. Rpis. Rpi-ler. Get yoar friend to register. F. C. Earle is registered at the San Jose. Fresh O.vstcrs received at the Can Can today. "Did" Seaverns is in town from Winchester. Frank C. Earle is in town. He came up from the south Ut night. Rev. C K. Nugent went to Iluachii ca this morning to hold service there to...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 October 1894

f'"'r t T THK - 13PJ.T-AJPBL Trt WUKLT TOMTSE EmAIH and Arizona KiCKt uill give all the nes and will besentloay ad dress for Three Iortlis for 1 THE - WPTrVJML Published Sandys 2nd A2110NA KlCKEK published Wednesdays ccn tain all lht news of tSe week as it ap pears in the Daily Pkospsctoi. Five Cents a. Copy. Maw VOL XVII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1894 NO 11. IZMtt'i.,,,--. ...,.. . . ., Stoat Sff" ' V ' v6 THE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday.) BY S. C. BIGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Entered in the Tombstone Postofiice as Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL OARfyS -V- IICUTllA lallKUI.X;, TyrEWSITEK AND NOTARY I'CBLIC. Toughnut btreet. Tombstone, - Arizona. H'JI. PULCE A TTORNEY AT LAW AND XOTABr PuM-lC. I r. (.oliecuoas .Made. BlSBEX Arizona. I'lUth C.K.HI.K and Metallurgical Laboratory. ICE Vj. 319 Fremont Steet, opposite Citr Hiu. lIKKRaXM Hr.Hltl.NtJ, Attornets and Counsellor...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 October 1894

frWl. i..w , i i '( f A m - i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rCBUSIIFD EVEBT SUNDAY. j-.' TCKI o Ti s.-c.-. 'X Oneyear 4 IK) Six months 2 50' The elrothn of co:t V.'hi(o will fo rt v'eio-v 'or the peopl--, no' for t! o democratic psrtv. J imk IIkilly u doing ill pnnc p editorn! work i n tho Wt'.Yox liar." hi!" 2 1-100 of an inch ot rain fell !..' night. It titj r.iineJ moro or less, all eliy ami show no si;n of a let-up. Tut republicans of the territory have entered on a campaign of ex planation. This is uIwhvb the stjle oi argument siteil by those whoso cause is weak. The voters should tee to it ibat the A. I. A. cl-n.ent uoe not get a foot hohl in Coehise county, W have had enough rifle and shoi gun argu ments in Ariznns. Let us have peace. A OTl- for Heruilou is a vote for etateiu-oJ. A votn for Murphy is a vote for a continuance of territorial got eminent as well as a vote for cor poration contiol of all legislation, both territorial and national. The republican pa-ty has virtu ill thrown op...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 October 1894

emraiamiir.?tr-rr.T., H TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rTL'MIFD EVERY 8l'"IUY. Tembitene. Cochise OountT. Ariiocf . IHTUtt W TNf POST Of FICt A fOO-eUUt HATTin. Ioni Friday'! Daily, H. C. Her tick Jr. is attending school at Los Angeles. M. VV Stewart has sreturnc J from California to hit 'home near Willcox. Thei new telegraph line' between Biebcvand Benson is being stretched- There was no western mail today, owing to a washout on the Southern Pacific. About one-halt of the caalry stationed at Fort Huachuca has gone t'j fort Logan to remain. Sam Washburn has just completed making a dozen new ballot boxes lor county use on Jfo ember Cih. C. Y. Wright, Tucson; 3or. H. Kibby, PhcenU; and Win. l'lice, Bis bee, are registered at the Palace. M. 51. Sherman will ship his cattle from Bisbce, and not from Deming as was stated a few days ugo in the Pkospectob. George D.Roberts, the'well known mining man, is in Nogales.- He has mining interests in Sonora that he will look after. Mark Smith and Joseph Campb...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 October 1894

t A J I ' The Prospector. S.VTUKDAY, - OCTOBEU 20, 1S94 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. "Arizona &;ournKAsn:KS x. r. S.fOam Ilib. '"I" VSOUTI1ERN TACiriC R. R. CO. ut biatlou. et SlS'ftDilr . 1 1.O a m lju pia .. 1 10 pm .. . IVmot .?S p .. Tcon .. . 10- Pm SI.rf.opa ... ' Lo Angtlfs . r 7S nm Ktf-Mlitd trains earrTlnr iiutispn aad freight, .rrU. at ltenon,eat bound, at - P. stt&e tlae. LOCAL NOTES. 40-100 of an inch of rain fell e terday. Vm. Downing, Dos Cabezas, is at the Cochise. The total registration now foots up 1570 in this county. Msjir Win. Downing of the Chiri cahua mountains.is in town. Chas. Burger is up from the rive' and is registered at the San Jose. J. P. Bobbins and wile are lack from the east, and ate guests of Mrs. Berry. F. Broman, Huachnca, and G. W. Bryan, Benson, are registered at the San Jose. George Kohler, who has bten serv ing as a grand juror in Tucson, rc turned today. Chris Robinson has purchased the residence of J. F. McAllister, and will take possessio...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 October 1894

jarecr'TfryajCFJrjtffe'rj-- " 22 i J- I THE - EPITAPH Tnc WttH.LT TOSUSTNE ErlTAFH and Arizona Klcktlt vill Kite all the n and iU besenttoaiy ad drew for Three IJoitlis foi .$1. THE - EPITAPH Published Sunday, and AmzolA Kicklk published NVtdne&Aiys con tain all the news of tve vireKas it ap- pfalS la the DA"LY pKOSPiCTOB. Jive Cents ix Joym MOW f pit J PJK-ifl VOL. XVI I TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY OCTOBER 2S 1894 NO 1: gag'-jys-"Kgp' $l. nit '- J THE PROSPECTOR i chief of police. I I hereby announce myself an independent City and County OlUchil Paper. Jec, to ,he hu 01 the . oa Kov. e. 1894. FRED FU&is PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (ElCEII SlSDAY.I BY S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Entered in the Tombstone econd Class matter. Postofficei as PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. lsEItTHA. UI'.KItl.-Vi, Notary Pcbhc TYPEWRITER AND Toughnut MreeL TOUBSTOXE, Arizona. WJI. FLACK ttornfy at Law and Notary Public. l. Coilecuons Made. GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 October 1894

F sssaeamesssss " r I!' f it V.i 1.5 - ll Ik IWi&TflNE EPITAPH rCDUSIIEl) EVERT SUNDAY. TEKUt OrCjVtoCRIrtlONS Q , One i ear. , $4 00 Six months ... 2 50 A vote against the democratic legis lative ticke' is a vute againt Man hood. "' i A ote against Hugh Conlon. is a v.oto thrown sway !tc on the win ning side. A vote against Scott White is a tote against the best friend Cochise countv ever lial. A VOTfc against M. D. Scribner is a vote against the most conscientious treasurer in Arizona. The conspirators are taking to the woods. It will Uke mote than tall timber to sate them from the wrath of their victim'. A day ol reckoning is at hand. Some of the candidates on the re pub ican ticket hae not pal up lor a puffin the handbill, and are to be congratulated upon their good sense. If they do not put up, uo puff is pub lidbed, sec? The conspirators lost their king pin when Jo Ciirby went to Yuma. Were he here at the present time to assist his friends, Ileilly and Grow, there would be...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 October 1894

y I 'A a h : fr TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. rrittjsr.eu r,VK..vsr.uiv JTombstonf. Cochise Conntr. Ariioni. l.TWO Ml TNI PW1 Omcr A .teCB-ttAM K4TTt.. From Friday't Daily. The Inside History o! A Plot Tliat was Frustrated by Scott White. A Concise History of the Attempt to Rob. the People of Their Vic tor' in 1892. The True Reseon why Iteilly, Grow and Company are Crving Out Agaitut Honest Men. Two years ago Scott White was the holil-over supervisor; that i, he re ceived the largest vote cast Jour years ago (or supervisor. By virtue of ttii iact he wai entitled to the office of supervisor tor four years instead of t-vo years. This four years term would not expire until January 1st. 1S35. At the last election, however, he was chosen slieriQ of the county on the democratic ticket. The law provides thit the newly elected sher iff shall enter upon his duties or lose his title to the oilice. Until the ldtn, he is not the thenfTof Cochise county and is not the sheriff after that unless he qualifies...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 October 1894

JA . A L?1?-1!'""' t i.j r ft H , i Vf Lt E f tl I M T The Prospector. SATUIUUY, OCTOBER 2' - ISO, RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA A. SOU rilEASlXRN K. R. .K ..ar 1 ri 6.VO a m lUtb l?jt p u lUUr. cxctpc -mljr. ri H'iulis. frnpertctendfct "SOUTHERN FACIFIC R. R. CO. lt m it . Wei ftr Mpn 10.3" pro 40 na hw Am ai 7 45 D n & 15 ft m r 1 l.i ft m IJSn pro 6 10 pm njpnlT. IVllfOI Tuenon . larlcoiift . ..V I,ft Ancrlr CC"Mliti trsfn. ctmloff ptnseri rJ freight, trrhe i ti-iD.Mi: bound, ftt 4.15 p. m. et b-oixl at 6 3) tn. The above road n Iacifle time :ilei ioi9hoar tthurr (haa Tomb tone llffl. LOCAL NOTES. Pal Cunningham of lii-bte la rcgi tered at the San Joie. Mart Smith and Judge Ilarnea will ppeak at Solomotivillc tonight. Wra. Place and E. W. Edmund, Iii-bee, are regUtered at the Palace. H. Martin, Itanch, and C. V. Freeze, F&irb&uk, arerej;i.tcredal theOochise, Cha. Cowell, who occupied a space in Tombstone's early history, is iu town. Wm. shaking friends. Noma hands is ...

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

1 I , THE EPITAPH I J THE KPITA.PH Tin Weii.lv Tombstm: KriTArit au.1 Arizona Kickfs will ce all the newt aui ill besentloay ad dress fcr Three lontliH ibr ijl e f 9 it PublisW Si-iOsy , ami Alt I OHV KtCkFX imblithr? W dueI)s con tain all the ne.-s or t-e eek as it ap pears in the Dvilv I ROVPSITOX Five Cunts si CJoiy. 'T'" ' ii 11 ira VOL. XVI I TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 1S94 NO 19 poitMon i rHE PROSPECTOR. Cltv HI id CoUUtV Ullici'll 1 mer PUHLISHED EVERY EVENING (ElftlT SlN'llAY.1 BY S. C. BAGu, Editor aaJ Proprietor. Treniont St., Oni.or.Itc City Hall Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice as Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 11:1:1-11,1 iii:2::;.-m;, j T'Tr'HlltTER AKD NoiUT PUBLIC, Tougbnut blrcet. TOMISTONE. ARIZONA, W.1X. 1'I.ACl.t ATTOJNKY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Cc&ecuons Made. BlSBCE Abizova. "K VMS. C.KAItl-K AND McTALLVESlCAL, LABOKATOET. ICE No. 319 Fremaal bteet, opposite Cilr Hal!. IKUUtMi A IlKKrtl.Mi, ATTOKMYS AND COUtSEIXOKS 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. — 4 November 1894

:sr I7 I 'i r - i i n ;i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PUBLISHED EVERT SUNDAY. One year f 4 00 Bix mouths 2 50 The slop pail has struck its gai when it advocate?! the election ot it eelf, and the defeat ot the man who ventilated lL A. E. Arnold of BUbee trill be in Tombstone on Saturday night, and will convince a Toiuba.uno audience that he i first class legislative timber, lie makes friends wherever he goes. John Pattox will be elected to the legislature hy a large majority. lie has hosts of warm friends, who recog nize in him a man who is worthy of any office in the gift of the people. The handbill says it wants to mortgage its slop puil. This is what cost the republican central committee $650, and now the editor hints that bo wants to raise more money on it. Give it to him by all means. Does it ever strike you that Scott White has never, during his term of, office, lost a criminal or suffered an escape? Does it ever strike youtha t this is a record that no other sheriff in Cochise county has...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 4 November 1894

( KnLWMMM iwu-iwf ju. T3'"rt !.. I ?! 'J J. X TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ri susiild Evuav s.. .vr .r. fl Tombstone. CochU CoantT. Arizona. f TERt3 m THE KMT OFflCt A SCCOMO-CLASt MATTI. From Friday'i'Daily. Clias. Njea and C. B. SbepparJ aro registered'at tlio Cochise. Goieruor Murphy will ninduphis ctruia'yu lu Tucson on Monday next Del Lenis was over ttom Bisbco jeeterday and rpgislered at the Pal ace. The president has appointed Thurs daj, Xo ember 2Uth B Thankegiung day. Wm. Case of Benson lias been appointed agent of the A. S. E. rail road at Disbco. Sirs. 11. Basli-m and Lcr on Tommy returned to Tombstone today after an alisi'nco in Germany of eeeml months. Scott White v.M talk at Scliieflelin ball tomorrow night, and handle the dop tail brigade in a. manner they deter e. A great many of the enthusiastic republicans did not go home at all last night, and look almost as weary os they will next WeJne-'day. Xat Eatvke was busy today placing the cards of instructions to voters, re quired ...

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

CZzZ I u ri M The Prospector. I RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA . SOUTHEASTERN' R. R. TIMETABLE No. S Routh 1 ttu Firrt llljr Except SundaT Firvt li"j lEittl 9UI uaj ! .I3W . Aiid.tt:3 ej! (j: 7.35 7.50 MB 0 13 S25 BS )1S .lion LuU. 1.5 5 15 1 W ..raeUri Ufcter Tauk ...Charleston l&irlAnk .L Hi." u 1 I9.t 19.0 I 10 ltf II 45 11.SJ 1115 10Sau ..Vairliwk .An O.'l .Contention, .... . ..Land.. lVnon LV is.: is ; .5, 0 ' &.Xr i-iu ifie Timt- FlAi? Motion teua on Menu. Hev VuxiAm. Miperirtr PUrl H "ffcOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. Ksl MSllcae. Wel oi 9.35 p in 10.30 pm 3 40 an H.W a in at ? 45 u m S 15 idu 11.00 am 1.50 piu (ID pm hW p m It.. HenfnQ Tucson yricopa Loa Angelet CBiSlicl train", canting r'enr.eri and freight, arrlie at Btnixin.eMt bound, at ill p, m. veil bound at 6 35 a ta. The nbove road ue raciflc tltne which uojb Uair"I iwtr th.:iTXoiub atODe lime. LOCAL NOTES. Sam Friedman was up from Benson today. W.K.Meade will cast his vote in ombstone. Mrs. Warrington, Fairbauk, i...

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