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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 June 1891

4 ror Thndav'i Doily. There are 22 prisoners in Uio county jail, v Col Herring went to Solonionville today. Court adjourned to July 16. ' Wednesday, Bob Gray went away today, does not expect to return. He The case ot Swain vs. Cochise coun ty for legal services was taken under advisement. The Tombstone Militia Co., were out in force last night and are improv ing rapidly under rigorous practice. Judge Sloan and wife and J. H Tichen left this afternoon for Tuc son. They went to Benson by private conveyance under the captainship of A. H. Emanuel. M. D. Scribner returned yesterday from a trip to Bisbee and Nogales. He visited the cave in the Queen mine ai the former place and says that its beauty beggars description. A motion this afternoon by Mark Smith, attorney for MoMahon, to quash the indictment against him was taken under advisement. It it the prevailing opinion that this order will be made in a few days, Harry Carpenter came in yesterday having been subpeened as a witnoes in a sm...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 June 1891

THE BUGIIUNTERS The Lun.holz Partv Heard From Wlial Thov are Accomplishing. News has been received from the scientific expedition which Dr. Carl Lumholtz is now conducting in the wilds of the Sierra Mad re and North ern Mexico. Thi expedition etajted from Bisbee, Arizona in the early part of Septem ber, and entering Mexico, traveled southward through the state of Sono ra, with the intention of crossing the Sierra in the direction of Yanos and Casas Grandes. Before entering the mountain region, however, tho explo rers separated for a time, and while Dr. Lumholtz with 'the main body, pursued his intended route, a detach ment under Dr. Libbey, of Princeton, made an excursion in a more westerly direction covering some 300 miles o territory. FromGranados the ascent began, and continued steadily until, on December 2. the western slopes of the Sierra Madre were reached at the "Nacory, when a northeasterly direc tion was taken. Three mountain ranges had to be scaled, the Highest 9,000 feet ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 June 1891

m Chipman of California has followed Maxwell. Who will bo the next man to be sacrificed is puzzling all appli cants. McKinley ha9 been nominated for governor of Ohio by the republicans. Tho issue will be a square one on the tariff question and it will be a pretty and instructive battle. Coconino county starts off with 103 miles of A. & P. track valued at $530,000. This is quite a nest egg for a new county. When Cochise was formed wo had but GO miles of stage toach and a few miles of buckboard. When a man .comes back from a tossion of court at Solomonvillo he has the appoaranco of a heavy villian in a light comedy. Even Judgo Kib bey is said to be acquiring an appeur ance of a theatrical manager. The Huachuca Seutinel voices the sentiment of more than its own indi vidualism when it say: "The commanding officer will un doubtedly see to it that no more beau tiful groves near the post will bo mu tilated and ruined next year b the wood contractor. In justice to the postjand reservati...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 21 June 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PCBUSHED KVERY SUNDAY BY S.C.BAOO 8UB8CRIPTIOX RATE: On year f 4 00 6ix months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The happiness of a judge on tho bench is not to be compared with that of the man cutting rock on the 500 level of a wet mino, although the one getsf 5000 per annum and the other $1080. The killing of Geronimo and cap turn of his two companions is worth more to Cochise county than recipro city with Mexico. Tho men who risked their lives in doing the good work, have the thanks of the entire southwest. There is a lumber war in Fhenix. The only trouble is that the lumber dealers won't take alfalfa and apricots in exchange for fence posts. The Tucson railroad fiend is enjoy ing himself just now in building the north and south road through that city on to Calabasas. In the mean time the Benson people are cleaning up their back yards preparatory to donning the dress of the railroad cen ter of southern Arizona. The committ...

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 June 1891

, - VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JUNE 28. i8qi NO. 14f . . ' 1 mtMMrrtf fiiirAArii 4fHSA.4-'VAflL u m h ii i n u i l it ii- i ii k ' 'Tmv i.vi.v . 'ix rwvy aikju wr vw v f iv ais i- -y l ikj a .1 .. I. , "" -J ' A - - n . i I 'V'IBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVKRY SUNDAY UY S.C.BAQG x Tombstone. Oochise County. Arizona. NTMID IN TMl KUT Of FICI KCONO-OUU MATTE, LOOAL HAPPENINGS From Friday's, Daily. ' i James Keilly came home from B bee last night. The cool atmosphere last mado i3fiing a pleasure. The stock ol G.Nardini fe Co, night will be sold to-morrow aCNthrquois. : i There was noeastern mail ycforda and the mail today was late. " V. O.Qanzhorn and wife have given up the Orndoff House atsTucson. - They have a city election on Tues day next in Yuma, to fill city offices Misses Sarah and Bertha Herring are at Redondo, California, enjoying the sea breeze. The Piatt Tropman Hog case was put off until to-morrow in Justice Al vord's court today. The weaihbr of the ...

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 June 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY2EVENING (Sunday Excepted) bv S 0. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. SubMcrlptlon Ratew. One Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three MonthB 3 00 One Month 1 00 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cants per week. F CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fresh Ranch Butter lrom the ranch ol J H VTTfcite atWolcott'i Cash Store. 3-7tf PAitNEixand Mrs. O'Shea have mnr ried and left for parts unknown prob ably Arizona. Big coal veins have been found near the line of the A. and P. road in the vicinity of the line between Arizona and New Mexico. It is said to be bitumious and will prove a valuable diicovery for all Arizona. The Phoenix Herald says that the thermometer only marked 94 degrees there when it ranged at 110 lo 118 at other points. The editor has evidently had a chill from the effects of this cold wave for he says : "We expect warmer weather than lhat, however, and want it too. We cannot have a tropical country and tropical products without a tropical climate." i The U....

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 June 1891

THE RIGHT TO VOTfc. It Does Not Hake Woman'! Llle Barter Nor Her Labor lighter. Whenever a woman entors the polltr leal arena sho sacrifices that charm of womanhood, delicaoy of manner, which oan not be lcopt pure under the coarser contaminating influences, observes tho Des Jloincs (la.) Register. Wo do no5 assert that politics is in ovory dogroodo grading to woman, but wo do think If not elevating; neither do wo thlni women wield tho purifying lnfluenco at tho polls suffrag6 advocates claim. Wo huvo not observed a caso in years of observation whero tho voico of woman Is felt in tho primaries, tho conventions or as representatives, either municipal or executivo, though a single female delegalo to a county convention maybe n exception. Tho hotter class of worn' en caro llttlo for tho ballot or political honors, feoling that "tho hand that rooks tjo cradle rulos tho world," that tho mother who gives to her Stato half a dozon manly votes accomplishes mora for her country's good ihan th...

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 June 1891

'rr tymcfav' Doilu. Stephen Aguirro is up from the line Charley Smith of Nogalesis in town. Last night was the hottest of the season, the mercury not going below 9 degrees. James Hoilly is having a sidewalk put down in front of Iris oilico on Fre mont street. Saturday was pay day with the T. M. & M. Co. They disburse about $10,000 monthly. Fred Castle will occupy the front of Judge Stillwell's office as an ac countant and notary public Fred Herrera left for Fantano this morning to look after a shipment ol cattle in which he is interested. Mr. F. B. Logan representing the Arizona Citizen is visiting Tombstone in the interest of that live paper. George Kohler left Silver Creek last evening and rode all night, arriving in town this morning about 7 o'clock. T. A. Atchison left today for a trip of a few weeks duration through Cali fornia and probably Oregon and Washington. A new sidewalk is being put down in front ot the postoffice; a very much needed improvement and one that will be...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 June 1891

1' TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published kvehy Sunday by S.C.BAao BlIKHCKIPTION UTM! One year $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by currier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. Collector Clark of 1 Paso has captured 86 smuggled horses and tho leader of the gang. The seiure is worth $1600. A father was killed by his son las summer in Phenix. He haa just had a trial and the jury stood 6 to 6 and could not agree on a verdict. They will retry the case at a heavy expense. It is a pity that every man who kills another man without provocation, would not blow his own brains out after wafting the soul of his victim to kingdom come. No rains fell last year which wero of anv account until after July 10th. By referring to the maximum andfT minimum teinporature last year and comparing it with this year as (ar as the month of June is concerned, it hows almost identical with last year. Therefore as last year vs a wet year, there is no reason why this year should not bo one also. The city council sho...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 June 1891

Mineral specimens in lots of 2,000 pounds or less, (or exhibition at Pueb lo Mineral palace from any station on the A. T. & S. F. in New Mexico will be transferred freo of charge. Ohio republicans opposed free coin age in their platform on which Wm. McKinloy stands as their candidate for governor. We hall see how the farmers tako such straight diet as that. Notwithstanding the new fangled notion concerning the derivation of the name "Arizona" there are old timers in Tombstone who take no stock in any theory other than that it means arid zone. Onf of the jurors on the Doheny case in Phoenix was assaulted by one of the attorneys for the defense, after the jury had been discharged. Was the assailant arrested? Oh, no: as we said before, the assailant was a lawyer. The rate from the west to the Q. A. R. encampment at Detroit will be a single fare for the round trip. While Chairman Farley and the western press association have been wrestling desperately with the subject, the whole mat...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 June 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Arizona & 8outlieantern R. It Time Card. LEAVE. ARRIVE, flisboe 7.00 s .m Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Tdrbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbe.. 12.30 nn Ifiaity, exert Sunday.', i ( Pacific titn0 . Be Williams, Supt. eilgaal Service. The 'ollowing is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hours ending 3 o'clock p. m. June 27 . Maximum .'4 Minimum 65 LOOAL NOTES. Governor Murphy ia in El Paao. 15-100 of an inch of rain fell last night. Chas. Maraden ia over from Har ah aw. Mr. J. V. Vickera returned today from Willcox- Twenty-six states have now given women some form of suffrage. The Citizen gives the temperature at 100 in Tucson on Thursday last. - t The election today was all one sided there being but one candidate in tho field. General Scholitld ia in San Diego looking after a aite for the new mili tary post. laat Monday was the hottest day of the week in Yuma, tho morcury reaching 107. 2500 pounds of ice were shipped south by the Southwestern Ice Co. thU morning. A. Bauer retu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 28 June 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunpay) kS. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. IKRMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Vear ... $10 oo Six Monthi - - - 6 oo Ona Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one Insertion - - - $2 oo Bach subsequent Insertion, per square - 1 00 ::o:: OFFICE: Fremont St., Oppoiita City Ball. Entered In the Tombaton Poitofflc u ueond elm nutter FRANK 0. EABLE. Assay and Metallurgical Laboratory OFFICE 3 Opposii kFFlCK 310. FREMONT STREET, Opposite City Hall, Tombstone. HERRING A HERRING, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. "VPFICE TOUGHNUT STREET, BET. sj 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. C. E. ALVORD, 1UST1CK OF THE PEACE. Office Allen street between Fourth and Fifth, Tombstone Arizona. DR. W. H. SULLIVAN. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Tombstone, Arizona. Office Easl'Side of Fifth Street, be tween Fremont and Safford. F. A.itt. King Solomon Lodge No. 5, F. A . M., holds stated meetings on the third Sa...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

f : v "xii TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JULY 12. i8qi NO. 143 mUn 4JL fm t m TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. R Published every Sunday by S.C.Biaa Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. INTMID IN TMI KMT OFflCl Al M0OHD-0LAM HATTI. LOOAL HAPPENINGS FromFriday's Daily. The receipts of the dramatic enter- fninimml naA k14rt I , I The Militia should be callod out to protect FortHuaohuca. Someone has sarcastically remarked that the weather has settled. Ralph Smith solved the problem of perpetual motion ia the last aot. Homy rains are reported along the Sonora river, a hundred miles below the lino. RT"40 to CO cents Eubio foot and export duly is $2 Lu on all timber." Hlft Version of It, -The cattle drive made to Los An- gele by Land & Co. last February.it will be remembered, struck Yuma during the flood which washed the town away. W. 0. Land told in San Francisco bis experience in crossing the Colora do river with them. It will prove ot interest even at this late day, and will settle m...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

-J -. -T- . 51- i . " - t , rf. A -- r,T- MV f.TT ii The Itata nnd Charleston aro an chored in San Diego harbor and San Diegans aio iiftniii happy. The latost from Salton Lako is that a heavy earthquake was felt there a few tlays previous to the water com ing in.' Tub Arizona Republican prints a dispatch from Salton said to bo a "special" which announces the dis covery in the lake of a sea monster with yellow neck, a boquet in its but ton hole and wings on top of its head. The only conclusion to be drawn from this story is that the editor of the Republican who was on his way to California and telegiaphed his paper this startling information from Salton had imbibed too freely of Phenix fire water on the train. Bank Examinek Diiew has been in formed that his services aro no longer needed by the government. He it was who attempted to slay Wanna maker for his connection with the Keystone bank. tii the The Yuma Sentinel says that S. P. Co have nothing to do with b jild ing of the road fr...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Arizona Jt Houtlieastern It. R oTIibo Card. ?SC3?Mf LEAVE. ARRIVE. .Bisbee 7.008 .m Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 a'n j.Daily, except Sunday. rPacifitin.". . BejTWilliams, Supt. Signal Service. Xho following is the range ol the thermometer for the 24 hcum ending 3 o'clock p. m. July 11: Maximum 98 Minimum 73 will be careful in a 'inis-step in not In the Sun ciiiuon valley lliore are not to exceed 300 acres under cultiva tion. In Hie Sulphur Spring vnl'cy and adjacent foothills there are about 2000 acres under cultivation. In the San Pedro valley and ndcent table lands, there are under cultivation about 0000 acres. There are 6000 acres susceptible of irrigation in the San Simon vnlloy; 200,000 in the Sul pher Spring valley and 50,000 in the San Pedro valley. If Horace Greely were alive and could see sucli an opening, he would advise a horde of eastern chaps to get here as soon as possible. The Phoenix Heiald. one of the soundest all round d...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

Ah Old Kentucky Home, Mark A. Smith has received the sad intelligence of the death of his father at thu ukl liutne.ile.ul in Kentucky. Frank C. Smith, tho deceased was 77 years of age at the lime of his death. At the request of the Prospector Mr. Smith gave a short history of the fam ily of which he is one. Mark A. is one of five brothers, the oldest is a banker in New York City, one Higg C Smith a surgeon and physician of large practice at Cynlhiana Ky. The other two sous devote their time to the old homestead, raising fine horses and blooded cattle, Mr. S. sr, was born on the farm on which he died as was his father beforo him. The present home has been in the family since Kentucky was a couuty of Virginia. From Thursday' 'sDaily. Cameron King is practicing law in Pnn FranrNrn. HVt hn for a partner brother of Sam Pu'rdy. " MiKe weicn has returned from an extended trip through the northern territories and states. From Mexico From a very interesting letter writ ten on board the City ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

Monday's Deity G. W. Bryant is at present located in Oakland, CM. J. H, Slaughter is at Alma, Kansas, and will remain there for a fortnight. last night was the warmest of the season, the mercury not going beldw 76u. Howard Herring gave a reception to a number of his friends on the Fourth. Wm. Bradley and wife' spent the Fourth at Ramsey canyon. They re turned today. Wm. Liggett has disposed of his sal oon interest at Bisbeo to his partner, J.B. Ayers. J. M. Castanpda who spent the 4th with his family in this city, returned to Benson today. Mrs S. U. Bagg and children, accom panied by Mr. Bagg's mother, left Sat urday for San Diego, Cal. A. Joerss came in yesterday from his ranch near Russelville and went to )mo in BiihttLihis morning. Tbo Desert Sea. All the news of any interest con cerning the sea at Salton is in the shape of predictions and surmises. Passengers coming through have nothing to report further than that the water is slowly rising. Dick Gird, whom not to know is to dec...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Exceit Sunday) by S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. ' 'IERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - - - - $10 oo Six Months - - - 6 oo Ona Montd (Delivered by Carrier) - - t oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one Insertion - - - $a oo Bach subsequent Insertion, per square - I oo OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Ball. Enteral tn the Tombstone Postoffloeai itocnd elm matter FRANK 0. EARLE. Assay anoMbtallvroical Laboratory o FFICE 319. FREMONT STREET, upposue tliy tiau. lomostone. HERRING A HERRING, ATTORNBYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. OfFICE TOUQHNUT STREET, BET. 3d and 4th. Below the CouityHouse. C.E.. Tnrdav in eaoh montit in Masonio Hall, at 7:30 p. m. Speolal meetings hold whenever bine flag is hoisted. .Visiting brothei are oordially invited attend. Uustayh rmmcB, W.M. ii Hart Saoretary, 8 13 tf i rCochUe Lodge No. S I. O. U. V. Regular meeting night, Tuasdny ol eaoh week. All visiting members in good standing invi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

.It- n!.j r Tho Vacavillo bank has collected $120,000 for fruit shipped east this season, aga.nst $90,000 last season. All the Phcenix papers need, to compote with the Police Gazoito, is a pot of red paint and a brush. According to aconsus bulletin just issued, Arizona produced in gold and silver $3,204,151 in the j ear 1889. The average wages paid to miners was $3.10 per day. Hereafter a wholesale liquor deal er who pays a licenso for .loing a first class business will also be compelled to pay a second class license if he sells less than two gallons at a time. Thir opinion is given by District Altornoj English and wi 1 stand as a guide foi the sheriff iti his licenso tax collec tions. The Acting Secretary of tho Inter ior.say8 that the general government lhas no iurisdiction over the question vhether the break in the Colorado hejilosed by Jecrease the liceTOe tax n'BPiposed upon our business men as soon as the bonds have bc.en lilted. A reduction of 3ii per cent will, it is stated,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 July 1891

TOMBSTONE. EPITAPH Published every Sunday i!y S.C.Bago HIHMriUPTIOtf KATKM: One year $ i 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of we city lor Jo cents per month. from Tuesday's Daily. 5-100 of an inch of rain fell yester day evening. Campbell and free coinage vs. Mc Kinley and a gold standard is the size of the figlit in Ohio. The result is not hard to' predict. The solid wealth of Cochise county is in her valleys, not her mountain range?. This generation cannot seo it but the next will. A.. Jocrger brought in load of his line mountain beer yesterday. Baby Buggies very cheap at tho New York Store. Watermelons from the river are get ting' quite plentiful and prices are dropping. The Nogalos Herald says : Delegate Smith should have settled tho cattlemen's troubles along the bor der ere this. A most pleasing way, that, of shift ing the negligence of tho republican .department ofstato onto the shoulders of our democratic delegate. Since the killing of David S. Terry in Cal...

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