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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 August 1891

has W-U- L13J-.J gaje TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR TUBLI3HBD KVBBYaBVININO (BOHDAY EXCEPTED) BV S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Rate. One Year ?10 0 Six Months 6 0 Three Months 3 00 One Month 1 00 Delivered by Carrier! for 26 centa per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fresh iUncb Butter lrom the ranch ot J H White atWolcott'a Cash Store. 8.7U The (our men who were sent over the road b) electricity last Tuesday at Sine4ftfc&ii9nn, have it is said turn- ake. This should. LVama tct Ten years ago. The San Francisco Bulletin of a recent date speaks a word for Arizona for which it will accept the thanks of all residents of this part of it: "Tlmr tenii," it says, "to be good reason io Lelieve that a band of Apa ches have left the San Carlos reserva tion and are raiding ulong tho Arizona and New Mexico boundary. A doen murdered white men are credited to their operations. Troops and militia are hunting for them, but the Apache is hard to catch on his native ground. If the tri...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 August 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH FaBLiaiEOVKY .Sunday by S.C.B ago SDHNVltlPTION KATKH: 54 00 tis w riiolivorcd bv carrier to any part of tho city for 35 cents per month. Attornky General Miller has ap pointed Elisha N. Sanford Special As sistant United States Attorney for sor vice at Pjcscott A. T. Mr. ilontt, the Chilean Congress ional envoy at Washington, has re ceived a dispatch from Senor Errasur irez, Minister of Foreign affairs at Iquique, stating that tho Congression al army has occupied Huasco, and that the army of Balmaceda fled. It is to bo hoped that tho news is true. L. B. Howard has returned to San Diego from tho Sonora coal fields and is most enthueiastic over the value of tho anthracito deposits found there. The mines are about seventy miles from Guaymas, and Mr. Howard says the best quality of anthracite can bo landed in San Diego from these fields lt$5 per ton. ' and Miles. The departments intact, and tho purpose is to 'department commanders report fitly to Major-Genotal Schoiiel...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 August 1891

Get up and do something. The belief is growing that the Salt on lake has changed our climate. The practice of carrying firearms in the city limits should bo stopped. THEPhenix Herald and Arizona Republican are funding the territorial ' indebtedness.; Uncle Sam might send one of those balloon dynamiters down this way just now without hurting people's feelings. The free fight indulged in at -San Diego by sailors and civilians makes lively reading. The only wonder is that it should not have been made to read as having occurred in Arizona. John Wannamaker is being weighed in the scales. Deming Headlight. That accounts lor his fishy story about his connection with the Key stone bank. ' When the U. S. army begins to de- nd the Indian policy of the govern- iding on -dangerous DUgh NEWS JY WIRE. New Yokk The naptha launch' Ethela, in chargo of Captain White left East Rockaway yesterday for a day's fishing. Lato.in the afternoon Captain White was found clinging to a buoy and rescued. He said...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 2 August 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.C.Bagq 8IIKHVUI1T10X KATES: One year. H 00 Six months .... 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The press of Southern California is Almost a unit against the detention of the Itata at San Piego by the U. S. government. The estate of the late George Hearst has been appraised at a valuation of f8.788.000. Of this amount $0,000,000 is in mining property. The Treasury department has made ft revised decision on the importation of lottery tickets through the mails to the effect that it is illegal. The Supreme court of Kansas has held that the eight hour law passed by the late legislature of that slate did not apply to state institutions. During a session of the lower house in the Austrian roichstg Saturday a man committed suicide with a revol ver at the entrance to the gallery. Representatives of congressional party hav the From Tuesday's Daily. J B Angus is over from Bisbee. Miss Tracy, sister of J. H. Tra...

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 August 1891

. cV -A k a , t . a iM1 .t VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. AUGUST 9. 1891 NO. 147 h NOTICE Public Notice is hereby giv en to all parsons owing H. E. Lea, of Fairbank, Arizona, that I have all of his property real and personal, including book accounts, under attach ment, and that no one but the undersigned has any authority whatever to collect or recoipt for any account. Parties knowing themselves indebted to him will save costs of garnishment by com ing forward and settling up at this office. C..B. KELTON, "Sheriff. Dated July 23rd 1891. Drugs, Medicines. D RESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 1 c mpotuuleil, day or night. Stock first-olasa and being contiually re plenished with everything tho town demands such as Pure Drujjn, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumes etc Too numerous to mention. Order from tho surrounding country promptly attended to. Patronage ros peotfully solicited. Prices reasonable H. F. WILLIAMS. West side of Fifth st. opposite Express OtMce, Tombston...

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 August 1891

The coyote sculp law is n dead letter in California ns far as tho money or payment for scalps is concerned. The Examiner in a map illustration a few days ago, gave a list of states and territories having adopted the Au stralian ballot system in which Arizo na was co.inted as one which had not, which is wrong. Humphrey, the poor shot who couldn't hit a tolegraph pole with an iceman behind it and' the thermome ter at 11G, has been bound over to ap pear before the next grand jury of Maricopa county, If the beligerem attorney had hailed from any other state but Texas, there would have been some mitigating circumstances connected with such poor mark man ship and the justice would probably have discharged him, but it was too grave an offense to overlook in a man from tho Lone Star State. A dispatch from Detroit says that there is one serious dispute which threatens to mar the serenity of the silver encampment of the G. A. II. It is peculiar that after tho organization has been in existenc...

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 August 1891

s TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday by S.C.BAaa SIBSCKIITJO.Y KATES: One year 00 Six months .- 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The lack of rain causes some uncus iness among cattle men but on tho whole they have not lost hope of good rains to come thia month. The soil of Arizona was never paid a higher tribute for richness than that given it by.O. Homo. A man who has a weak digestive apparatus should come to out territory whore mud pies produce bone and sinew. The San Jose girl who took a trip to heaven and tells of her experience there, and Tombstone's "wild man" who has seen the earth, would make u strong team for a wild west show. . B. 8. Coffman travelled nil through the crack mining camps of New Mex ico during his recent trip and says that Tombstone does more business than any of them. The great race between Longstreet and Tenny was won by the former, although the latter was the favorite in the betting. This happens very fre quen...

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 August 1891

' v ',' TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERYEVENING (SUNDAY EXCKITEP) BV S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. NubHcrlptlou Rate. Ono Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 Ono Month 1 00 Delivered by Carriers for J2G cents per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fresh Ranch Butter trom the ranch ot J H White atWoIcott'B Oaah Store. 3.7tf Washington has been selected as the p'ace for holding the national en- cammyont of l" n. A. J!4Hki892. ItiiTV&tiou. ?!nny!Mlnay 5d Mr. Homo to identify himself and realize what a fnroro a naked man will create, even in Arizona where the G string is legal tender. The commander in chief of the O. A. R. in his opening address in Detroit, favored the creation of departments for colored veterans, much to the siir prise of all concerned. It only goes to show that to force social recognition of the negro upon the whites in th" south is getting to be considered an iinpossibte task. The zona libre law which permits the free entry of foreign goods u...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 August 1891

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAliG, Editor and Proprietor. IKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - Six Months Ooa Month (Delivered by Carrier) JIO oo 6 oo - x oo ADVERTISINd RATES: One Square, one insertion - - - $a oo Bach subsequent insertion, per square - t oo OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposito City Hall. Entered In the Tombstone Poetofflceas second elsss matter FRANK O. EARLE. Assay and M btalluroical Laboratory 0 FFICE ait,, FREMONT STREET. Opposite City Hall, Tombstone. HERRING A HERRING, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. frFICE TOUGHNUT STREET, BET J 3d and 4th, Below the Court House. C. E. ALVORD, IUSTICK OK AVFKIK Alton .e.v " and KiliU, Tombstohl F. A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 5, F. & A. M., holds stated meotings on the third Saturday in eaoh montti in Masonio Hall, at 7:80 p. m. Special meetings held whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend. Qustave Fishisb, W.M. Kikt Hak...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 August 1891

e Monday's Deily N. B.Lazard has gone to Ran Fran oisco. Tom MoFoely is back again after many months absence in Ohio. Tho school .trusties had a meeting this afternoon to select a principal. 0. Homo does not care for money kiid gives away all that he gets a hold of. Karl aud Frank Graf have gone back to school at Santa Clara college, Californio. Murty Long started today for Cali fornia where he will lake a rest for a few weeks. Mine host C.tstanedaof tho Virginia Hotel at Bonson is visiting his family in Tombstone. M. G. Crowley has purchased the fixtures of the Willows saloou, a.id will open to-night. There are thirty men employed in tho Comet at'pre-ientand regular daily shipments aro being made. Sheriff Kelton caught a big Gila Utor at Fairbauk l4hlM2J has ii at is the Walter with theouarter moon rain predictions this year? They have not mude one connection this season. A cavalry drill last night upon the street was enjoyed by all who witnessed it. Many of tho militiamen found ou...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 August 1891

NO RICHES FOR HIM. Bow One riillnnoplmr Wn Impressed at the Stock Kxcliange. Ho stood In tho gallery of tho stock exchange, leaning over tho railing and gazing on tho animated sceno below, says the New York Recorder. Something had huppened. What it was no casual observer unacquainted with all tho phases of tho market could tell. But at any rate tho men on tho floor below were acting like so many howling dervishes. As tho man looked down ho chuckled and laughed gleefully. Ho was a shab by man and not in any way presenta ble, but ho was happier than ho ap peared to be. Presently there was a lull in tho storm below and tho happy man turned to a man at his side. "Member of the exchango?" he asked. "No." "Wealthy man?" "No." "Just as I thought. Now, do I look like a wealthy man?" "No, I can't say you do." "Just so. You're right. Now do I look like a man that was ever likely to get rich?" "See here, my friend," sold the other, "I don't know what you're driviug at, but to bo frank with you...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 9 August 1891

10MBST0NE PROSPECTOR Arlioaa fc Houthenwlern R. It Time Card. s4.J$fef LEAVE. ARRIVE. Bishoe 7.00 a ,m Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Fiirbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbe 12.30 n'n J)aily, except Sunday. (Pacifm time.' . Ben Williams, Supt. Mttiriial Nervlce. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hours ending a ociocK p. m. August o Maximum Minimum LOOAL NOTES. 99 69 Willcox U going ij hao a theater ji Fran made tiT r.y next. If you want to enjoy a good meal to morrow go to the Can Can. Ills Birsuiiiri in UiMtts mid Shoe at llm KKW YOltli STUUE. 0. Homo has been elected an hon orary tnomber of the Noble Sous of Host. M. Aubroy left today for Seattle where he will remain for an indefinite period. Tho Wilcox Stooknuu reports good rain 8 through the valley, during the past week. Dr. Huse has given up the i.lea of taking Mr. Durkee's lioiun and Mr. B S. Coffmnn will move into it. Don't tail to mod (hn now lotol Cliildreu'M NIiim-n at (lie NK1V YOllKSrORH. Frank G. Strung, aged 41 years, wh...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 August 1891

V- wnmbm w voltxii TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. AUGUST 16. 1891 NO. 148 '$ NOTICE. - Public Notice is hereby giv en to-all persons owing H. E. Lea, $f l Fairbank, Arizona, that I have all of his property real and personal, including book accounts, under attach ment, and that no one but the undersigned has any authority whatever to collect or receipt for any account. Parties knowing themselves indebted to him will save costs of garnishment by com ing forward and settling up at this office. C. B. KELTON, Sheriff. Dated July 23rd 1891. Drugs, Medicines. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY compounded, day or night. Stock first-class and being contiually re plenished with everything the town demands such as Pare Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumes etc Too numerous to mention. Orders from the surrounding country promptly attended to. Patronage res pectlully solicited, .races reasonable H. F. WILLIAMS. West side of Fifth st. opposite Express Office, Tombstone, Ariz. Relia...

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 August 1891

pga i i The U. S. government has just as much right to fix the price of silver as it lias to fix tho price of tin plate. The Yuma earthquake is not a mar kor to Tombstone Wild Man. The fjnnerisa thing of the past and the latter is a live issue. Again we lead. Constables in Phenix settle their personal ditliculties at the muzzles of their six shooters. They should be relegated to private life. The London Times commenting on the falling off of exports to tho U. S. says tho McKinloy law has been a severe blow to Borne branches of trade, but the chief sufferer would be that country which was so unwise as to establish it. Col. Gordon, commander at Hua chuca, tells the Examiner that there are not now and never have been any Indians in southern Arizona. The Col. should have qualified his assertion by saying "since their attack upon Major Wham." Ten thousand soldiers are to bo .stationed around the grounds at the foiidVJLur. This is to be done to NiS&S iTTlHWis though the United States ...

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 August 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published kveky Sunday by S.C.Baqq 8HBSCUIIT10 KATES: One year $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrior to any part o the city for 35 cents per month. Yesterday at Phenix, the board of equalization for the Territory met. Col. Herring is on attendance as attor ney general of the Territory. A call appears in this issue of the Prospector fo r persons who have grievances against the railroads to Aiake them known'at a meetngo of tfii commissioners to be held next month at Phenix. As this will be the first business meeting of the first board in Arizoua's history, it will be of interest to know how many persons have com plaints to make. The Copper Queen Company is do ing more to determine the resources of Cochise county than any man or coporationin it. The element of suc cess, keeping quiet about it, is also theirs What can be grown on the land occupied by them in the lower valley, can be produced upon the thousands of acres through the length and breadth of it. Dr. Bal...

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 August 1891

StcJS' TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERYgEVENINQ (Sunday Excepted) bx S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. SnbMcrlptlom KateH. One Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 One Month 1 00 The total receipts from customs during the mouth of July were $8, 485,232 less than the receipts of the same month last year. According to tho best posted jour nals and cattle dealers, based on a careful review of the trade for the last thirty years, the advance of stock cat tle has just begun. One of the lead ing factors in the result is the fact that increase of population is more rapid than has been tlitt of cattle. lilt foreign capital in thwRruorTes, while it encourages it in the states. El Paso is mentioned as the most central poirit to convoke the assemblage of miners." It is reported that the Turkish gov ernment has adopted rather a novel expedient to capture the brigands that recently stopped and robbed a railroad train in Turkish territory. The Turk ish prisons have been searched and ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 August 1891

BSi J Jtf. tl"1 " TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. '"lERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - $10 00 6 oo Alv Months - " One Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - x oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one insertion - - - $a oo Bach subsequent insertion, per square - I oo ::o:: OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Hall. Entored In the Tombstone PoatofflcoM seomd elm matter FRANK 0. EARLE. Assay and Metallurgical Laboratory 0FFlCE 3151. FREMONT STREET. Opposite City Hall, Tombstone. HERRING & HERRING, ATTORNBYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. "VFICE TOUGHNUT STREET, BET. J 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. C. E. ALVORD, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office Allen street between Fourth and Fifth, Tombstone Arizona. F. 4s A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 6, F. A . M., holds stated mootings on the third Saturday in each month in Masonio Hall, at 7:30 p. in. Special meetings hold whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothers ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 August 1891

Monday's Beily 5-100 of an inch of rain fell last night. G. W. Baker came in on the noon 'c6ach today. I like the hot weather. I drink Coronado water. G. VV. Seavorns will return to Tomb stone about Sent. lat. Frank Earle returned today from Ban Diego and vicinity whore he has been spending a few weeks. Professor W. G. Varnum of Marico pa county, will act as principal at the Bisbee school the coming year. Proctor Knott, the race horse which just died, cost but $425 when a year ling and won over $100,000 the three seasons in which he raced. Sheriff Kelton who was at Biabee last night reports a soaking rain there of about seven -hours duration and the ground was throughly soaked. JVillcox, kthe ThtTanzCpi press asTOBpPKn meet with the southern California asso ciation at Coronado on August 20th Insleadof at Flagstaff as at first pro posed. The cavalry drill last night was a pleading sight to spectators and sport for the militia boys. Any time the governor wants a ranger company, Tombst...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 August 1891

! ' PERSONAL BREVITIES. Prince Bismahck has a particular fondness for plovers' cpps. TnE originator of the Eiffel tower is railroad building in Switzerland. Qukkn Victoria's yacht, the Osborne, has cost just $785,000 in tho last seven teen years. Tins property left by tho late Sir Rich ard Sutton, tho owner of tho Uenesta, is estimated at over 7,000,000. The Metropolitan Michael, of Servla, has given his consent to the proposed marriage of tho ex-king Milan. Sm John Macdonald seldom went to bed before midnight and never hurried about getting up in the morning. The venerable Bishop Crowther, one of the best known missionaries in Africa, was born a savage in Guinea. Fbau von Bismarck is a most charm ing and attentive hostess in her quiet home and looks after the comfort of her guests with almost motherly solici tude. In some respects this is a frivolous age. Mmc. Janauschek says there is no legitimate tragedy on the stage be cause people would rather laugh than think. The wife of Meis...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 16 August 1891

TOMBSTOJNEiPROSPECTOR AUGUST, - - 15, 1891 Ariioaa A Southeastern R. R ..Time Card. 'lJUVK. ARHIVK. flisboe 7J0O a ,m Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Tairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbe; 12.30 n'n IDaily, excent Sunday. fPacifio tim0 Be. Williams, Supt. Hlfcnal Serrlce. Iho following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hcnrs ending 3 o'clock p. in. August 15 . Maximum 95 Minimum -. 67 LOCAL NOTES. Phil Hart of Fairbank was up last night. rom this The Fantano washout has been en tirely repaired. Mr. John Montz was in from Gran ite Springs last evening. N. W. Storer of the San Pedro, paid Tombstone a flying visit to-day. This section of the country was vis ited by a heavy rainfall this afternoon G. W. Swain yesterday returned from Bisbee where he went on busi ness. Mr. B. F. Smith came in yesterday from the Chiricahuas with a full car go of fruit. Philip Harden met his death in a shaft on Knight Creek, Mohave county from foul air. Mr. E. H. Storrs came in today from the Huacliucas, with a full line ...

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