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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 December 1894

THK EPITAPH om ho four fetitsiifc THE EPITAPH Till WLEV.LT TOUBSTSINI EriTAMI ana Arizona Kickkx UI ive all ire nets ana will ae entloaoy ad dre ss for Tliree IMontliH for !$1 rub'ishcd Sunday, ami AxizotA KlCKES publislcd W dnesdays o-c-tiin all lir nws of iV week as it ap pears in tbt Daily Prosfsctok. Pive Oontw 11 CJopy. PJJ rt$rvvw VOL VII. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. DECKMIJERi6, 1S94. NO I) 1 1 ; V J THE PROSPECTOR. City and County Ollicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Suxday.1 UY S. C. BIGG. Editor aal Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall ukntced in the Tombstone ItcfTice as Second Class matter. j PROFESSIONAL OAF.DS. ' nr.UTiiA i!i:itu.-;, I'lren kites ai.d Notary Pcblic ' 1 ougtiaut blxcct. Tousstove, - Arizona, I w.ii. ii.aci: j ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC Collections Made. Bisbee' - Arizona. rK1K CKAHLG j Assay and Metallurgical Laboratory, i OFFICE No. 319 Fremont steel, opposite City Hall. i:r:itni; a hkhkim;, AlrOKNETS AND COUNSE...

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 December 1894

r TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rCBUSHED EVERY SUNDAY. TERMS OF JSVBSCSITIONS Oneyear $4 00 Bii months 2 60 The Colorado legislature will have three members. They will be the first women to sit in a legislative body on this continent. A bond istuo (or buyiug.gold when gold can be drawn out of the treasury on demand is a most iugeuious device to enable the taxpayers of the coun try to pay interest on their own mon ey. The Mora, New Mexico, grant, late ly owned by the Ilea Butler estate, has been sold by an eastern syndicate. This tract contains C5S.000 acres of land. The purchase price is $1 ,000, 000. Ax attempt was made to steal Ada Rehan's siher statue at Chicago one day last week and silver declined a cent an ounce the next morning which so disgusted the thieves that they gave up the job. Gf.over has thrown down the gaunt let to Hill by appointing a big batch of postmasters for New York State who are anti-Hill men. The latter is said to be in good shape for a fight and fun ahead is predicted...

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 December 1894

I V ( L j- i M V V ; i; 1, 4 TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. 'riTBLIFHKU KVEKV SUNDAY. rrat6tn.CchU ConutT. Anions. tMTIKU THI W.T OTOCI IOO-LM IIATTt. From Friday' t Vtu'y. Neit j er bicj cles ill be taxed in Cocliise county. Tax payers me paying thti county taxes fct tlie rate of M) per day. They hae dUcovered a conipoiitor in New York vlio can read typewrit B. Wltenetcr two populists get to gotiier in Ioa it is called a state con ference. Carloads ot ripe oranges are being shipped roro -ii to tbo eastern markets. C. S. Fly returned today from Plue nii, and will remain until be is sworn in as sheriff next monlii. Mr. A. Bauer hanu'es n'.falfit-fal-tened beet from the riter, and is fast building up a (elect trade. Clias. K. Wores left this morning for the fouth. He wilt return to Tombstone in about a fortnight. Colorado leads in t;old production in the United States during the past ear She is credited with $11 ,273 ,000. Expert Litile of the Atciii'on rail way lias ascertained that the assets o...

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 December 1894

WH-ji :tc-JH The Prospector. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ! QAKIZON'A & SOUTHEASTERN R. R. .r jn Korlh LLtHiAHLI. S So uth 5S I it e HUD First E CUm Dally Except Mirdr W No 3 II miko KSovtmUi ut, it Hrfl I cum ' pilj Except hutidar 61011 S-3S t:S5 7M 7-06 ne J 15 srs SU V13 "" Wane" ....Iti.W .. Pon Luis. .. . llcl.rl Water Tank ...Charl ton.. ralrUnV ..Falrb nk .Contention. , . A -3.S i-SO'' .... 1 3 ' . t.P 1J1 0 1 110 lt.50 12.30 11 45 . 11-23 11 15 10-45 m ... 3.8 .A 9 0 .. 5.7 9.5, lienton L 0 ' . LAD43.. Ylxs frution to4 ou ngnML SOU fcRN PACIFIC R. K. Ca B"t S 15 int 1100 a m 1.50 Dm. s 10 p mi t JO p m It H e t. t 35 p m . la so pn 2 40 a m ar T.l pm Tactoa , Maricopa . .Umi Lo Anutlei tVMLxed trains, carrTlnc piMenjers and retjjat, arrive at Benon,et bound, at ill p, m.. west bound at 6 30 a. m. The above road use Paetflc time wiileb 1 aue hoar'nloncrthan Tomb tone time LOCAL NOTES. Brownie pins (for luck) at Yaple'i. Sonora oraDgea are being sold in larga quantities in 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. — 23 December 1894

V f THE - EPITAPH The Weekly Tombstone EriTAni ana Akizova KiCkiK will Rive all the nes ac4 will W tent to any ad dress 'ot Tlireo IVIontlis for SjjH TliE - EPITAPH Published Sunr1.-ivc. 9nt1 Aiitavi MttWW KICKER 1 1 lisred Welnesia)s con tain al' th rewsoi th ckai it ap pears in the Duly- PnosrscToi. Five Oeiitw a Copy. VOL VII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZON; SUNDAY DECEMBER 23, 1894. NO 24. 80W THE PROSPECTOR. wmr9mm-ne City ami County Ollicial Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday.1) BY S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Entered ia the Tombstone econd Class matter. Postorace as PROFESSIONAL CARDS. iii:ktiia iii:iuu.;, TYPEWRITES AD NOTARY PCBUC. Ioughaut btreet. T.MBSTOSE, ... AtlZONA. M . I'Ut'i: TTOKNEY AT LAW AND NOTAIY PUBLIC. J Collections Made. ,y Bisbee! ; - AlIZONA. f t'UllK C.EAHLK Assay and Metallcecical Labokatoxt. OFFICE No. 319 rrcmontbteeu opposite City Han. itmtittM; iikhkim:, Attoesets and Coonselloks at Law. of FFICK Toug...

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 December 1894

- X t aweF" as TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY. TEKUS OsUBSCWi'TI0NS One i ear, f4 00 Sii mouths 2 50 The city of Los Angeles is making such rapid strides that it Lid air to become the metropolis ol California. Tin: year lbOl will be noted in the United Stated for its wonderful crop o! financiers. Though the amount is large the quality is inferior. The statehood bill will not come up in the senate until after the boll days, and then it will come up only to get put down until after the 4th of July. Judging from the amount of mibletoe being brought to town some thing is g6ing to happen out of the usual order of things. The incoming county officers are already smacking their lip over the prospect. SIrs. V. K. Vandebmlt has refused to compromise for $3,000,000, and in sists upon suing for a divorce. Take the advice of the PROsrECTc, Mrs. Vanderbilt, and take the money. A bird in the hand is worth lw in the bush, especially a bird with a $3,020, 000 bill. The next political part...

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 December 1894

I TOMBSTONE EPITH. VIBL1HIEU LVEttYSVKHW. Briabstne.Cocbis) Count r. Arhciu. mT(MO l Tt POT WriCt MCO.KUM tTI- From t iday't Vu.v. A double mail and expresj came in from ttio ct today. M. M O'Gorman came back Irora Loa Angeles today. Fred Lauglilin and D. 1). Koss are registered at the Palace. Arthur Gago is back at hia post ol ilutj at the Congress mine. E l Cirson and h. M. Shittuck are registered at the Cochise. Clias. Kehmnar, a St. Louia hat drum mer. is at the Palace. ' Mrs. Win. Shilliam of Beuaan i lisi.ing her parents in this city. J. V. Stump and his son V. came in from the lluachuca mountains to day. Heay rains and snow still con. tinue there. The Aransas Pass Herald congratu. lales lh people of that section ocr the fact that Breur Cam;ron has located Itic-e. Judge Slain and tamily aro the guests of W. F. Staunton and wife at Congresc. Allen English returned today from Los Ancele a where he has been for a fortnight pust. A love-sick Indian of the Apache tribe ended his ex...

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 December 1894

The Prospector. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. gAKUONA a SOU HIEASTERN R. K. 9 5ortli TIMETABLE So S. XoitluUi lt. 1WL It wittp 1 HlltO ii IHrt Clan Il'y !kc. bow ay 30r l-int CUm Except I Sunday I BUbce ... .."oii Luis. .. ...Packard... Xrr Tank ...Charleston.. .. ralrUnk . ..Falrli nk .Contention. ...Land.. I!cnon. .... ..A . J.: ea r . l.s 8:35 t -s. o 1- J 1 0 II M It J 7J0 r-os x -r?i .L . .A 0 .... -S." 5; -Lv 0 ' 8 15 '. SS5 IU 5 lau4c Tint 11 S . II- 11.15 loi:. a Lt-licn- -top oo Ha Wl . rap e 1. e1nt SOUTmN PACIFIC R. R. CO. Bat 5.15 a m i ll.uo am 1.50 Dm 6 10 pBl 6J0 p b r Mat'oo. Bui .. . . T on .. Xlirlcopa . ... Yuma Lot Anf,e.ee . u 35 p ta !.30 pm 5U m i 41 pm HJMlrftl train, carrring D.en.ers act! rel'ht, arrive at rWav)n,esl bound, a. 2.13 p, m weft boana at 6Ji) a. m The a!ove road ue Pacific time whlrtt moms Uourjiilowerthaii Tomb atone ttmr. LOCAL NOTES. Toys at bedrock prices at Yaple'e. Thero ia a dlflerence in being your own lawyer and keeping your own counsel. Wo ha...

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 December 1894

THE - EXTIVUPI-l Tub Weeklv TowtsieM Epitami an Arizona Kkkix will jne all the nes and ill lc lent to ao) ad dress for Tliree Iontlw for Sl THE EPITAPH Published findiy. ard Arizoya Kickek mi luhei Wednesdays con tain all ih 'nes of the veekas it ap pears id the Dmlt Pkospsct.k. Five CentN a CJopy. VOL VI t TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1894. NO 25. fEiwMiwie fiitaiik sTHE PROSPECTOR. j City niid County OiHcial Paper. f 1 PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (F.XCE1T Sl'NUAY.I UV s c BIGG, Editor an l;Proprie(or. Fremont St., Opposite City Hall Entered in the Tombstone I'ostoffice as eend Class matter. PBOFESSIONAL CARDS. ' "TYPEWRITER AM) NOTARY PUBLIC ' JL Torghnut Street, I Tombstone. - Arizona. ' w.n. rucri: ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC Collections Made. BlSBEE - Arizona. . H. U.KABLE ASSAT A.D METALLDBC1CAL LABOSATOHT. OFFICE No, 319 Fremont steet, opposite atr Hn. IIRKKlNIi IIEKKIMJ, AlTOKNEYS AND COCNSEIXOSS AT LAW. o FF1CK Touphnut Street, between eeond : 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. — 30 December 1894

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH ri'lIUSHEU EVERY SUNDAY. TEKMS OriSlBSCSIi-TIONS. Oneyear. $4 00 BU months 2 50 Jacksonville, FU., has repealed the ordinance allowing prize fights in that city. A. Japanese writer expects great thing from Corea as an independent country. It hs .Unable gold miner. Congress has adjourned (or a week, and the currency scheme will not dic turb the people during the holiday season. Governor Thornton ha returned from Washington, and says the Xew Mexico' statehood bill will pas the senate in January. The fortune of Rothschilds is esti mated at 12,000,000,000. and yet not one of them can sleep in more than one bed at the same time. The average height of the American woman has increased two inches in the past Cftyyears. Her mental alti tude has increased even more rapidly. Canada's public debt increasee $21' 000,000 during the pat year. Every boJy is in debt and Canada is abrea-t of the times for once. Her total debt is $321,000,000. When starving women and children of Lima...

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 December 1894

,A. I. rlBSTONE EPITAPH. I'l'lII.tiHH) EVl.'t lrXlAV. TMibstgiio.CMhUe County. Ariiont. ITIU i THt WT OfnCI taCeeMLMe "!. - w - J-'rom fuu'av' Daily. A flight rain fell last night. Dan Simon is over from Uiebeo. ThcoMeLz, Biibce, U rrgi.trcd at 4ehe Falare. Tim Grilhlh of Bisbee it spending a few iU in thla ciiy. Tucson is struggling with tramps and clncV en tliieie. J. (5. Hancock, San Simon, and F. Gelil, Hi-bee, are at the San Jose. Tombstone should hare some sort of amusement on Xew Yenr's day. What shall it be? .Miss Addie Slaughter is spending a "fewilaja with Miss Bird Robert on the Robert ranch near Hereford. Judge HawLins decided, in the Apache contest, that the holding of polls on a military reservation is valid Chi's Fredericks has returned from Oro Blanro, having comple'ed his work on the Montana mine at that camp. Scott White went to Willcox today to sell the properly of H. C. Severin aeainl whom a judgment of JfiOO was rendered in favor of Soto Bros.at the Xovember ter...

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 December 1894

The Prospector. 5J3AILROAD TIME TABLES. aRIZONA 4 SOUTHEASTERN R. R. Korth flTlMETABLK IS M onto 1UIB Fir.1 LiotFt fcundsy KIrrt CUi lUlhl Fxwi-t &oj Ur esoiv ....rj.t .Ivm Lui . I'ockftrJ tttUr Tmk ,..Chrlerton .. IVirlank .tolruink .Contention, . Ln.i. Becon. ..... AiB.S l I 15 1 1 10 IS ll. 11 4 US 11 U ia. T 7.5 80 IU 8 4S 8 15 l io.o l 0 IS J. ns .: ' !0(5 Kiss -utln nil sill o;. 'i-l i SOUTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO Cut Uc.t 5 15 ft in or 1100 tral 1.S0 Dm t 10 pm e.?3 p n It S3 p m 10-50 pm 40 am H.W) t n arj TH pm Los Ancele rVlT1 tpttna. rurrrln! rjt.n2ers ni! relt. trrlreat U"in,el bound, at 2.15 p, m l Donna l e 90 a m. rhe. above road u Paclfle time whlett MovoUoar tlower;thon Tomb tone time. LOCAL NOTES. Railroad Commissioner Emanuel has returned Irom Pho?nix. W. K. Meade is registered at the Commercial hotel in Phoenix. A. the Palace Fred Lockling Kanch; John Lockling, Ranch. J. V. Vickers returned from a short trip into Graham county, jesterday. The bond ol G. V. Raker...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 January 1895

a - . .- li TTIMJWiuilf i . fur, ,-Hnt.),rt-B-?aMif.M...-D-ij iMIMum ij.MCwra-'t- Ifc i U i. r say'v Tl f J i pn mi n 1 1 1 n ipmmmm iiiif fff m 1 1 1 m .; "w" . -W. f tjeih: 1I--PI1AJI1 THE - EPITAl'H Published Sundays, and Akizoia Mfone 4 THE W'EtKLY Tombstksi EpiTArn an AtirovA Kick r vtUt i,ne all the nes and will k tent loans ad dress or KlCKFR pi-'-i'il vYdnevv con lain all th r.'Hoh'.f week as it ap pears in the Dvuv ' RQ-Psrro. live Ccutx ii Copy. 11 JSLSj ML T'lu-eo -MontliM loi-i$l j 1 rv' c-r VOL VII. TOMliSlONE. COCIilbL tOJN'lY ARIZONA. .SUNDAY JAN OAIIY 20. itc NO 27 A .9d(r& -I! - e- if I ffiom n fJWrl(ifot1 lwjrjf' i I k 1 pj Is! 10 'I I,HE PROSPECTOR. i w City and County Oilicial Pubc PUBLISHED EVERY EVENINO (Except Srxiuv.l BY S. C. BIG?, E'liloran, Proprietor. Fremont St. Opposite City Hal) Ecteied la the Tombstone Pos'otFice a Second Class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HKKTIU llimiM.'XIi, TYFEWXITER AND Touganui street. TOVIBSTOSE, Notary Pcblic- Arizona. ivji....

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 January 1895

J M TOMBSTONE EPITAPH rllBUSHSD EVERY SUNDAY. ,TMS OrjCsUBSCKIfllONS. O cyear $4 00 8lx months 2 50 What will tlie harvest be when the next congreis voted oa silver amend ments? Tbe year 1S95 will be a profitable one to the west and .Arizona in parti cular it the eilver men in the house will continue as they have stalled out. Local scientists of Findlay Ohio, have a pnject lo produce natural gas by pumping air into the earth. Tills country chews about 23,000, 000 pounds of tobacco a year, and the internal revenuo therelrotn is nearly $14,000,000. It wbb largely duelo-liberal legisla tion that Arizona ncquirtd more miles of railroad last year tlian any other stale or territory in the union. No legislature ever went wroog which fostered such enterprises. With prop er safeguards around them, acts which promote the growth of our ter ritory and the comfort of our citizens are blessings which are most accept able. There is one man for whom the threat of being committed to jail for coctemp...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 January 1895

tJZ- "-" ?MJ Bn-'huilg.V,, rirtl i-j!ifi U 4as.i.. n-Ii a: i ;t Ii'J BBfcr J 0 i! if lf.f i .3- h 2CHHST0XE EPITAPH. I-IIIMMILS LVKKVUr.sCiT Tombjtn.CchiJf Caantv. Arizona, llftTCMd 1H TMt KMT OfKt & Tltt. From ft id a,' Vat . Joo Mcl'liermn left, jesterday for the Congress mine. Mounted Inspector Krunk Kobson had been transferred to Yuma. Dvphtbeiia lias been reported to hae n'ftilo its tppearaice at Kort Hua- cIjUC-I. llev. F. W. Donna lett today for Willcox, where he nill hold n-nicee on Sunday. Mi.T.ilor. the eaiii:elit. is e!lrr'v 1'ha-ni, where she is taking t iuJ ( needearest. C. S. Fly returned from I'Iiumix to dav. He has been detained for two lajn by the na&liout. Quite a number of fruit trees hare ben planted during the past week in various gardens of our city. James Fourr came in from hip ranch in the Dragoons jestcrday, and is visiting his sister.Mrs. James Lamb. Several tramps were been on our streets esterdsy and Chief of Police Doyle is thinking seriously of ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 20 January 1895

r-FaaiijiWttffijewBaOMmii.t. , -,T 1 B J.. liii. !- u 31 ." ,! : The Prospector. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ARIZONA & SOUTHEASTERN R. R. Kerth S.S ?s 1 ? mum TIMETUiLE Kovenitor Irt, 1 'I MIXID "I Firrt Claw Fiiat CUia lally unday 6:i0 0. CSS SO' I'allr Except Sunday ....Uile . .lion LuU . Packanl Water Tint ...CharWrtai FairUal. .lairlnk .Contention, . Land.. l,enon. ... Ar SS.S . . SI 3 Bairn 2 11 1 ' 1 10 CAS 7J0 7-OS fc6 bis s-ss IU 1S lz. ' Si.!" .. . .. 1 ao.o 36.1 Jir J6.S L .r. S 8 S3.S r ltM 1S30 .1 in.w .Ar ID 0 . ii a 15, .& 11 15 10-15 AM ...Lv 0 FUj station -atop ox ' trial Ben luaxft, MipsncUndent SOUTHERN TACIFIC R. . CO. Hut utloc 5 13 a m xr 10 Am jsOpn (10 pm e 30 p in Iv Inson Tucaon Mancopa uma Los Acccle V m I0.M am t 40 p m h 50p m 7 rm ry-Mlxed train', carrvinc pan-era and reluct, arrive at Beaon,eit bonad. At 3:15 p. m.. well boatid At 6 S3 a. m. The- above road n.e Pacifla time whirls ii vus haar'Hlofffr.tbin Tomb atone time. LOCAL NOTES. Phtenix ia havin...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 January 1895

j. .-8rr-,. rtii1W' w- sb i- JL U I"l l, TE1E EPITAPH THE EPITAPH OltMtlJfte TrtL WeIKIT TOMSSTONE ErlTArH and Arizona Kitfc.K sail isne all the news and uiU be sent to an) ad dress for Tlireo Ioi&tliM for ll Published Sundass. and Aizona Kick Hi pu' lishcl Wednesdays con lain iii Ih lie s of te week .s II ap pears in the Dviiy I KosrscroK. Five OuiitM . Copy. L,v B VOL VII. TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JANUARY 27, 1S95. NO 28. ILik I. y THE PROSPECTOR. -JULI Vfjty and Comity Ollicial Paper. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (Except Si'sday) BY S. C.BWG, Editor an 1 Proprietor. Fremont St., Opposite City Uall Lotered , the Tombstone Io.toffUe as Second CUsT-atter. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HK.KTIIA lii.ititix;, TYPEWRITER A-.D Toughnut buccc TOUSSTONE, Notary Pchlic. Arizona. TTOSNEY AT LAW AND N'OTAET PUILIC. L. Collections Made. Uishfe - Arizona. Assay and Metallusgicai, Laboratory. OFFICE No. 319 rremont Sleet, opposite Jity Hall. HF.lt III Mi rlBRHISO, ATTORNEYS AND COUNS...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 January 1895

-,.,, mm mMmamTfl it 'KK' ttS&WKSXatSUMBaKS2C I.f 1 3i,tmm n i m n L iv Will u. fraefeBExW -ufc u jxatxonor' ' . M ft f-, y 3 K. ' ' i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH ri'BUSHEO EVERY SUNDAY. TERMS OrSUBSCKIrtlONS. O c jcar 4 00 B'r months 2 50 This i-onntry exposed last vear thirty million dollar' worth of silver. The quantity extorted would make about seventy millions of silver dol lars of the present weight and fine ncsrf. A wax between Guatemala and Mexico mean tome excitement along the border between the United States and our neighbors. If other Central American countries are brought into the mu, Souora and its seaport, Guaymas, will be the scents of many interesting struggles. Go minor Hugiils' suggestion of an immigration bureau to he composed of one member from each county is a good ooe, and should be acted upon with serious consideration. Arizona's growth is to be made by calling the attention of the home sek-r to our advantages, ami this is one of the best means of doing it, if not t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 January 1895

-f Ir ill! I 1 U - . m -v - " f' J. y twiw "r '' rr ffi ?' "'?' v ftf1" I "-It ft - ?? TG'IFSTONE EPITAPH. I'U.UMltD LVEKV fcl'&DAY. Tombstone. Cochu Ooaatv. Arizona. From Frtlj-i't I)ilv. II. II. KimlMll, lluacliuci monn taint, is tvgUtetei at the Palace. V. X. Wolcntt keeps a full line of bicycle supplies of all Lind. B. A. l'ackaril is taid to be the mot minUterUl mcml cr of tho legislature Tram loaJs.ifhogo are being Fbiped from Kansas City to the City Oi Mex ico. A. Bernstein, Sin Francirco, ond T. W. OL.cy, Los Auselee, registered at the Sau Joe today. C2ero " fl'oJ for record to Iity the Galena Chief mining claim, Turquois district, by Chas. Gallagher. A Rambler bicycln consigned to Miss Yaplp srrived today by expres. It is of the latest mod' 1 and a beauty. Phoenix nil', have another bicycle meet on February 22d. and great things are promised all those "ho at tend. The now postotfice building is being pl.t in readiness as rapidly as possible and will be a cjzy nook when ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 27 January 1895

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