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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 November 1894

1"' ' l II -vubaw,!,. iu 7" W,wm9jm wf r THE EPITAPH THE - EPITAPH. Publhlied Sundays, and Aiio-ja Kick, a iHibiuhei Wednesdays cob tun all the news ol tse ucel as it ay pears in the Daily PiorscTos. Five Oeiitn a. Copy. flUlM The Weikly TowrsTM Em Am and AmrONA Kickik oill sue all the newt and ill be sent to any ad dress 'or Tlii'eo lontliB aortal TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER n 1894. NO 20. ""5,- Mjfifara. 0110 1LPJU lf V THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Official Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING) (Except Sunday. ' 11Y- S. C BAG Editor and Proprietor. Krcuiout St., Opposite City Hull Entered ia the lombstone Iosloffice as econd Class nutter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. itmiTUA iii:iciii.;, rPEWBITEK AND NOTAKT PUBLIC. Tougtmut street. TOUSSTONE, . AKIZONA. ' ra. x'lAcn A TTORNET AT LAW AND NOTART PUBLIC 9L Collections Made. BlSSEE - Arizona. Fit AX St. C.KAKLE and Metallurgical Laboratory. ; F ICE No. 319 Fremont Meet, opposite Citr Haa. j HEBRIMIi A HEII8I.U, j ATTORNEY...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 November 1894

TT j - ae ' V. .t S V TOMBSTONE EPITAPH FVEUBIIEI) EVERT SUNDAY. TEEMS OF.f UBSCKlTIONS One year $4 00 BU months . 2 50 The only part of our rooster lelt is hard to swallow the crow. O'Neill, carried Gila county by 100 majority. Where he least exptct'd a heavy oto was where he politd il. They had n true enough enow itorm in New York on election day, which increased the republican ma jority about 100,000 votes. Two years hence the democrats will have their turn at the wheel. The history of politics tn this county shows a revolution in sentiment etery two years as expressed at the ballot box. Somebody spread the report that Miss Winnie, "daughter of the con federacy," had become a republican in sentiment, and Mrs. Datie lias written an indignant denial, in which she expresses her sense of mortifica tion that such an allegation should have been made. The Gazette says: The medicine is exceedingly bitter, but it must be taken. The republican tidal wave that went sweeping oier the nation ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 November 1894

t V, I ,'f v. 9 i H W U fix TOllBSTONE EPITAPH. MSLlrlllD EVEBA S ".PAY. 3 Tombstone. Cochise Count t. Arizon. f WTtMD la lt raT orvicl as CC-CLU Santa. Now look out for Murphy' boom. 700 votes iu Mail- copa county. It loots as though O'XeilV. banner county wa Cocbise. Somk men can stand defeat better than others can survive a ictory. At the Mammoth mine Murpby re ceived all of Iho votes cast, 25 in number. Ml'bi-iiy carried the democratic etronghold, Apache county, by twenty mnjorit They even downed Silver Dick Bland and are. crowing. The truest friend the west eer had is buried un der the gold bug landslide. The Gaulle figure out that the territorial legislature will stand four majority for the democrats. The houte will bo o tie, and the council eight demociats and four republicans. The democratic party has during one hundred jears suffered many de list worse than the one just passed It is but a temporary a tback. Its princiilb? are too deeply rooted in the hearts of American vote...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 11 November 1894

V The Prospector. ELECTION TABLE. m I l,i lei ! I RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA A SOUTHEASTERN R. R. TIMETABLE No S NoicmVerl t iW nurs Li Fir.t ElKlt btUtliy Jt (if 7-OJ '.' see .r Vr 8 IS 56..' Lt S IS .f ts f is I .r Vr ...Cta .Don Lai.. rarkutl Water Tanl . .Cturlertoa . Ilrtrnk Fl.-b.rk .Contention, ..Laud.. 1DWM. .. . AiSS.S .11 3 . li:.s .".30m 15 l :.) l.lrt 1!.W 1130 tl 4 lli 1115 10 ism ..to 1 ....Ka.s .L i.o .A. It 0 IV ,.l-5 Pacific Time 'KlaS jx iojx on ngnil His 'I'lLmng. -nperttilgpdegt SOUTHERN TACIFIC R. R. CO. 3s Mal'o .. 5.15 to ar , !1AW ACQ lJO cm ' Si pn 40 tra k.10 m r, 7 4S cm Tut on iliricopa T Lot Aoetle 10 pm S3D pmlr . rtTMtxd tr.ln fArrrlnjT ! cperl led freight, trtirt at Banin,eMt bound, at 2.13 p. ra, wet bound at C S3 . m. The above roatl ue Pacific time whirti houp hoar'Nlotrrr than Tomb tone 11 mr. LOCAL NOTES. Mayor Warnekros receive J a car load of Now Orleans beer yesterday. Judge Bethune and daughter will arrive in Tombstone tomorrow from Tucson...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 November 1894

- I r THE - EPITVPH The Weekly Tomm-hni EriTAru anil Abizon KicKm will use all tbe news ani will bcserutoasy ad dress for T'lireo MontliH for Sl r THE EPITAPH f i, Pub!nh-J Sundays, and AKIZOfA KlCkfR Tublis.cd Wedncjays con tarn all the new s of lh- uetkas it ep peari in the DAIlY rxoSPSCTOE. Five Oents it Oopy. I VOL VII. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1894. NO fprnMirae ?ijilatiiu I'.' K- THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Official Paper. . 1 PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING! (Except Srsne.y.') BY S. BiGG, Editor anJ Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall KotuxtJ in the Tombs'.one Itvflv.e ai Second CUsj matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iu:ttriiA iti:itun.;, TYFEVVEITEX AND NoTVBY PUBLIC, Toughnut btrcet. Toubstone. Arizona. Y31. i'i.tci noutr at Law and NoTAsr Public. L. CoUecuons Made. BlSBEE - Arizona. FltYtU. C.KAULE AND METALLURGICAL LABOXATOBY. ICE No. 319 Fremont bteet, opposite Qty HaU. nF.RRIK A HKHUlltU, Attorneys and Covnsellobs at Law. OFFICE Toughout 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. — 18 November 1894

II J 4 7i )A I I. b in i , TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rOBUSHED EVERT SUNDAY. TEEMS OF rC8CSt-II0S One year MOO Six months 2 50 The business revhal which began with the patsagn ot the Wilson bill and carried the republicans iuto office till continued iti the east. R.C McCormicl-, a former poern or ol Arizona, has lrn sent to con gress from New York. This i an other drop in Arizona's bucket. From returns rccened thus far Murphy's majority is pushing 11C0. He is a minority caudi late by about 1,000 votes; that is, his vote is loss by 1,000 than O'Neill's and llerndon's com bined. Taking the say so ol republi can newspapers as the truth that O'Neill drew his voto Irom the democ racy, it stands to reason that Arizona is still a cafe de mocratic territory. The Journal-Miner says: In looking over the wreck, the dem ocrats are juit commencing to muko a discoery of a condition of affairs which wis apparent to republicans long bjtore election. That is. that O'Neill drew his totes from the dtmo cratic ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 November 1894

I r :i 'K i l . fr TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. ri'DUMIED IA1-.BY SCOUT. Q NmUtoue. Cudiirt CocntT. Anion. IT(1C9 THC KMT OWCS AS SICOe-tUU MATTM. It look as though loth political parties befog jure ol Arizona and New Mexico going their way ought to tale us into the union tint fall. Bread has fallen in price in New York from 5 cents to 3 cents per loaf, owing to the unprecedented fall in the price ol flour. As et no claim has been made by the republicans for this boon to the poor. Aboct sis eek ago a cherry tree in the gardrn of Jude Osborn gate tigns of approaching d-athTheleae turned eiIon and lell utl. io the surprise of all, lioncter, the tre again leased out aud is now in full bloom Citizen. The leavr of this tree aro likened to the democratic party which "turned yellow and fell off" on November Cih, but it will "leateout again in full bloom" two years hence. The Oasis reads its party a lecture after this fashion: Tho republicans of Cochiie county have won a signal victory. Hut the profi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 18 November 1894

-v- Th!-: Prospector. ELECTION TI&BLE. k Ml I A t HI '3 RAILROAD TIME TABLES. 3AR1ZONA ft SOUTHEASTERN k. R. 5orth TIMETABLE . No S Xove-.j'i-lit.ltM. Caw Ml few day ei 0. S ArlJ S, S3ir IVm Lull. . . Packart Watr TanV .. .Charletoo .. . Kairhank ..ralrsmt. .Content wo. . .1 3 S.1J l.W 11) IfW its 11 ti 11-JS 11.11 "J I.fO I-T8 105 S1J a 15 IIS !. IS. !-.-(- n l -'V.3 ! ?r .o . Lr .f - 19 0 in.' UlUr t 9S Ucnnon Li 10-45 AV flVk. .ion iftop. on signal. frld 'V.LIUTga innrrn.l.'.an 'SOUTHERN FACIFIC R. R. CO. Ml .u . wen S IS a tn ar lll am JO nm (10 pm 30 p in lr til pn . man pm Tucfon .. lartcoia ... .V ..Loa Anla. .. ' z am ' S 10 IP Art T 4S D m rMUii train, carrrioe pa-ensera and fre1gat,arrlre at if:io,eiu tioand, at 2.13 p, m. wet bjond at S 30 a m. Th above road bms laHe time whlfH uqieboar ntuver lba Tomb tone lime. LOCAL NOTES. FRESH OYSTERS at the Can Can today. X. 0. Murphy is in Prescott. The grand jury made vieits of in spection tolay to tho various county offices 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. — 25 November 1894

wa if St liHO EPITAPH omMfoite THE EPITAPH The Weeult Tombstkne EriT.vm and An HON A Kicks will give all the news and vUl oesanttoany d dress for " Tlireo IontliM lor ! PuLlisVd SH.JI)" and AitlzoA KlCKm published Wednevla) s con tain ad tV n-uof ije week as ft ap pears in the Daily I'ROsrscroi. Pivo Oont it Copy, i VOL VII. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 25, ,S94. NO 21. I ft -.- ,. . i' ;) THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Oflicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING (ElCMT Sl'.VKAY.I UY S. f. BAGS, Editor an Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall j Entered in the Tombstone Postoff.es as second Class matter. I PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. ni.itriiA iir.ititft.M;, "PlTEWBITEIt ANO NOTART PCELIC. I Toughnut street. Tosibstovc . Axizosa. w.ia. ii.aci: I A TTOHNET AT LAW AND NOTART PVSLIC. j J. Collections Made. j ElSBEE ARIZONA. t'ltk C.KAHL.K j ASS AND METALLURGICAL I.ABOXATORT. OFICE No. 319 Fremont Steet. opposite City HaH. fir.ititi.; jriiKituixu, ATTOENETS AND COUNSEL...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 November 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY. - . m i imiii i,. i i i mil ,., TKM OrlBCkli-riu.S One year f 4 00 BU month 2 60 With Fitzeitnmons behind the bare, Cor belt can afford to lx bmve. ! Tilh moxt hopeful man iu tlic world is he h ho tries lo start a nen l"ty. The new York grocers arc indig nant because the big dry goods stoits handle wet goods. Thk new czar is said to be more liberal than his lather, but they keep on arresting suspects, just the same. Thk robbers who killed the Full man conductor and porter in Arkan sas knew where to go tor wealth. It is whispered around that the woman suffrage plank in the populist platform was what got "Bucky" that big Mormon vote. A 1UIIIE woman and a colored dam sel lought a duel in Chicago for the atfections of a white man, Love is a great leveler, color and all. A MAX who tried to palm himself on" as another man in Xcw York, came near being eent to prison for embezzlement. Sailing under false colors is apt to be dangerous. They are tryin...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 November 1894

I Bu J i . .i I, !i :, 9 fi ll (1 ! fo ML TO'tESTONE EPITAPH. ri M.lSlUD EVR2Y STM IV. 3 Tombstone. Cochiae Count r. Arizona. f.TKRCO IN TC SV.T CtC AS tCOMXIAM HATTtlt. From Friday' Daily. One of the prominent belles ol El Paso is called "Long-legged Annie." The court calendar will bo nearly cleared of cases at the present term of court. Tom Smith returned Tuesday from l'rcfno, where lio ha bseu maling a short isit. Mrs. Hyde has returned fromTucson vtbere she left her daughter at the Sister,s school. Klery Butler ha returned from the Congress mine, where he has been at work for some time. Taul II. Wurnekros lias just re ceived a new line o! the latest patterns in gents cuff and collars. The Papago Indians are killing cattle belonging to ranchers in the icinltyof their reservation. G. V. Cheyney will employ about 40 men on bis Montana mineand mill at Oro Blanco when in operation. The total assessed valuation of New Mexico is M3,G30,244,the bonded debt is $925,000 and floating 2l,79...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 25 November 1894

'fmmmsagassssmi B . ft M I'' mi l n ft I m The Prospector. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & bOUTHEASrERN R. R. North TIME TABLE, South II 20 Z 1 MIXID El SI- rtrrt am ClAM Dally I SucdaTl Dai'r Except Sanaa? J0r 115 1.50 110 11.50 1S.30 11.45 . 1133 HIS 10 (Six "PadfleTimC" Klaj fetation top on Mnal He Wh.L'a. rnp. muadtct SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. t Weal 5 15a m ar 11.0." , m 1 JSO Dm . 6.10 p m 1 p m lr V.S3 p m 10.-0 PQ ?4 am swam a . 7s po T . M a Lo Ancelea ClfMliH tralna, earrvtnz oai-eiiecis acd lreijrat.arrlTeal liio&,el boafid, at 2.15 p, m., wen bocnd at 6 3) a. m. ThA above roada nio facifle tlrar whlett i one Hoar wluwer than Tomb atone lime. LOCAL NOTES. Jo Mc Pheron has returned from Congress. Jos. Lendon.San Francuco, is regis tered at the Sad Jose. Mrs, Mark fc'mitb left today for Los Angeles, where she will spend the winter. J. H. McPherson is registered at the Palace. Mr. McFhersoa and children are In Iiishce. Mrs Ben James and family left this morning 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. — 1 December 1894

LiAtfoMairtflaiWtfMtt'J' ' l V J&? TELE EPITAPH I TJHE EPITAPH Tut Wmu Tomsstsine ErrTAm aad AK1Z0NA KlCKSX still (live all the news and U1 besa&iloaDy ad dress for Three Months lor JH Pub'islied Sunday, and Arizona Kicked published V"einrdjyj con tain all iht news of tV eeb as it ap pears in the Daily PnosrscToi. Five Oentis u. Copy. J i VOL VI 1. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. DECEMBER i, 1S94. r NO 22. pomMoiu U is i iv' r h )' THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Ulllcial Paper.1 PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday. -DY- j S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Uall Emered in the Tombstone Postoffice as Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iii:ktiia iikkii.-;. TyPLH KITES AND Toughnut Street. ToUBSTOsr, NOTAKY I'CSLIC. ABIZONA. W.1I. I'UCE- A TTO.T AT LAW AND NOTAKT PUlLf. f Collections Made. Bisbee' 'Z - AXIZONA. FK.1.1S. C.KAKLE A S AND METALLDICICAL LABJIATOKT. 011Z No. 319 Fremont Meet, opposite QlT Haa. IIKHRIX; ARKItKIXU, SAttoe...

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 December 1894

1 ri Hi i TOATBOTONE EPITAPH I-l'BUSIIED EVERY SUNDAY. TEIMS OFC.UtSCKKUONl. Oneyear f4 00 Bii months 2 50 Attoknlv General Olney has es tablished a new uncial plan in Wash ington. He gives Sunday dinners to his friends wtiieti aro dt scribed as very swell affair. As ho is a mem ber of the Presbyterian church in good standing, one miht well ex claim, "What are we coming to," auci a proper answer would be, "Coming to our senses." At the Trans-Mississippi congress on Wednesday resolutions were adopt ed urging congress to pass acts pro viding for tho admission of Oklalioma, New Mexico, find Arizona as states. The following resolution was also adopted : We demand the immediato restor ation ol the free and unlimited coin age of gold and silver at the pretrlil ratio of ICtol, nijhont waiting fr aid or consent of any other nation on earth. These two pointed requests should have tome w eight. The experiment of the Ohio demo ciats with a free silver platlorm not only reduced their own vote 1...

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 December 1894

IX s r mi H TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. frlT.U-IICa EUSY gl'SXlAY. irmbston.Cchl8 County. Arizona. f MTtRU I TmC KMT OrnCI r.CO-CU MATTIK. F. Gregory, lioilon, is al the Pal ace. W. C. Itoble, Tucson, is registered at the Cochise. Govenor Ahummda of Cliiliua pro poses to stop all gambling in the state of Chihuahua after December 15th. Attorney General Olney has ap pointed William H. Barnes special as sistant iH'trict attnrny for Arizona. The Houston and Texas CentriJ railroad lint hati'lled 10,000 bales of cotton more already this season than for the whole of last jear. Too Iudiana pnliticiaus laid for a farmer and got badly whipped. The farmers were lw s an uncertant el ement to politician. The United States circuit court of lloston has ruled that the family of a dead person can cantrol tie reproduc tion of his photograph. The announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Miss Julia Street of Phoenix to Mr. Joseph Wickam of Philadelphia. Ralph Smith has turned up nt the Congress mine,...

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 December 1894

A. . M E The Prospector. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & SOUTHEASTERN K. R. TIME TABLE No 3 November Irt, 1W rw.t liI'jr Exe J Sui daj ..BiabM . .Don Luis .. racVatd Watfr Tank ,. Chirleton . Fairhank ..lairti nk .Contention, . . Land.. lVnuon. .. -? J IS 1 w 1 lu MM 11 SO 1145 11 55 11 IS 10-45 PailS: Time, "Fla ution to oa .inal has mng npri.tMid.nt SOUTHERN FACIFIC R R CO. St ! 5 IS a it ar 11 ( am 1.50 om 110 pm Pa) pel lr . m p m 10.30 p m II c a Yuma Lo. ADgele 43 IV Kin r 7 4S P m ! vllisd trilnt. carrTlnc ..nieri and trelyit, arrlre at d-.-i.n.es.t bound, at 4.13 p, m wet bond at 6 51 a. m. The above road u Paeifle time wUle"! i ins noar'alawer.than Tomb atone lime. LOCAL NOTES. John Polluck, at the Palace. Bisbee, is registered E. Stark, San Frincitco, is regis tered at the San Jose. An answer has ben filed in the vorce suit of Llndtey vs Lindsey. di- O. Gemmill La Junter, and Sam Finley, Xogele-, are booked at the CocbUe. Win. Lang has returned to Tomb stone, after an ...

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 December 1894

ITM1C EPITAPH ontbltiroe In THE EPITjVPJBI Tnc WXEkLY lOUtSTrNS CriTAFII ant! Ai:oia Ktcxt itl pie rll tlic nes and Mill Wsenttoaoy ad dress for Three Ioiathn ioi- J??l Tub "bed Sunday', and AxiiotA K u pj I'isbed Wednesd-) con V lall (be ncuof the ucekas it ap-pe-s la lie DAILY PIOSPSCIOS. Five Cents a Copy, VOL VII. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1S94. NO 22. w Jj, ML ' I I 1 I if . k , t 'I I I?., THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Ollicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVEKY EVENING1 (Exckit Sunday. UY S. C.BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. ' Fremont St.. Opposite City Hull , I. Entered in the Tombstone Postoffice asj Second Class matter PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 11:111-11 iii:itm.Mi, TYPEWRITER AND Toughnut street. Tombstone, Notary Public Arizona. w.n. pmci: TTOKNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUEL"-. L. Collecuons Made. Eisbf.e! ; - Ariiona. 'K..M. e. BAULK I and Metallurgical Laboratory, j No. 319 Fremont Steet. opposite I 0 Cut Hn- HKKRINi; IIKRItnU, 1 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, ...

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 December 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rUBLISlIEP EVERY SUNDAY. TEKMS OrUBSCKI-TIOS Onejcar f 4 00 Six month 2 50 Cottox U goiug up iu price, and siho is going donn. DlCK Ilusu (aye (lint it fs still free coinage or but, and the uext p.ctuie will read, "Busted" Tun kind of w -thcr eimulHt s one to look on the dark side of the future. If it were not for Arizona sunshine we would all lose our grip. Till, nest has an up lull fight in try ing to educate the east on the silver quection. It iu like a boy of ten years trjing to teach hu tutor how to run a school. The Japs are going to demand tin pavmeulof thenar indemnity from Cfiiua in sold. This means tut the spirit of Lombard street is hovenub over Tukio. The civil servic o the gov ernment have been extended to the customs service of this district.'aud hereafter no dismissals will be made unless for cause. TllKsjndicate which purchased the $10,000 000 bond isue cleanei' up S,000,000 by jobbing them out to small purchasers. This does not lutan there was a ji...

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 December 1894

f- I T03IBST0NE EPITAPH. rCBUSHLD EVEI1Y tElvlUY. UToabstone. Cochise Count r. Aniona. z , J INTtttS M TMI .O.T Ofitl SICOO-CSAH ""Tit. F 011 V 'av't Da".. Eight inches ol snow is rtportoJ in Prcscott. Judge ltetliune oentl court -terday in Tucson. Couatcrftfit two iloll.ir eilver cerliti ctn ftro mid o hi; in circulaiioo. Arthur Gaga ha gone to CaUfoniU, from Conj;re8. to regain his lost health. Ward rrieat is t I'utcoU inxea'.i gating the milling outlook of that localitv. Mrs. II. C. moved into the h)4;e formerly eccu picl by S. L. Hart On TuCfdr there was shipped Iron St. John to Holbrool", tiftem wagon loads of wool, beinp 43,000 pound.. 'llir llllliuan Case. I The lie.irinc of the In! es corpua cate ol tho Tirritory xs Htrndon.vsl o is c!im-d to be Hillmaii. was up be fore Court Coir mitsioncr Duncan th: afternoon. Seerul wiuitvset wen cm hand from Kanf, ami Attorney D. C. Paliuerof I'opelcA was atsociatcd with the district attorney. The cass took a most t eculiar turn when cou...

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 December 1894

; M"M"MMMgSg5f?aaawajggy The Prospector. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA 4 SOUTHEASTERN K. R. ( TIME TABLE. No 3 M II Ilrrt Claa. "liailjr Cuvrt rir.t Hal'y exc.pt SlUMllf mji aj e.-u ....Bile . .Don Lui. ., ..I'actaril atr TatiV ,. ,Charleton . f.irUnW Al.W.Sj ...,M S Orn C-33 rso t'Oi las sis IS SIS 15 3 is 1 VI 1 l'l 3-s ....3.8 M.a r . Lli.0 ..Fairb nk ,. ,18 0 11 41 . .Contention, . IIS.7 ..UnJ.. I .s Uenon. ......Li 0 IJ f,- HIS 10 15 m Mvc MMUm top on Mfnal Bex 'Vluut aprtot)nient SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO. t'l Mil on: Wet 3.15 ft mar lt.oi am 1.3rt b ni CIO pan e.S) pmlv, Itenou. .TacMn Maricopa . Yuma. . Loa Angele. ." pDl If. VI m 2 10 m NW a m r 7.41 d ra rfMIxed train, carrrlne Da-enscT. and re!cat,arrie at Ban-on, el.t bound, at '.MS p. m . wen bonnd at 6 30 a. m. The above roada ne Pacific lime whlii laoaehonr alowerlthan Tomb tone lime. LOCAL NOTES. Toys at bedrock price at YaploV. One inch of rain was recorded at Dragoon during the late storm. Bean pies are a Phoenli d...

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