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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 August 1891

t' ?'? g.', Itsiw if- i s VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. AUGUST 30. 1891 NO. 150 NOTICE. Public Notice is horeby giv en to all persons owing II. 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 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. D RESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 1 compounded, .my or night. Stock first-class and being contiually re plenished with everything the town demands such as Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumes etc Too numerous to mention. Orders from the surrounding country promptly attended to. Patronage res pectfully solicited. Prices reasonable H. F. WILLIAMS. West side of Fifth st. opposite Express Otlice, Tombstone,...

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 August 1891

Wb shall never forgive Russia for her inhuman treatment of the Jews and of the Nihilists, but we aro not shouting anathemas on that country for the ukase on rye. We have heard of Iowa and Kansas using corn for fuel. Now comes a proposition for Louisiana planters to substitute molasses for coal in making sugar. Wo will next hear from Geor gia on tho watermelon question. There is an attempt on the part of interested parties to produce the be lief that this country has no market for "pig" tin, except to make it into plates. Now the fact is that various factories of the United States, mostly those in which "silver plating" is em ployed, have been for years importing the metal at the rate of 35,000,000 pounds per annum. This is more than one-fourth the total product of the world and it is nearly twice the quantity of tin plate imported. Do the tin plate tariff advocates find any Justification in these facts for the de mand of 270 per cent profit. The gold bues are hard to kill, and when ...

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 August 1891

1h. -Sv --. - H nwiiiP!JiliHfmP1 wmpw pxnmg m ttfrwWMtfMMHn r 'l 'iihafcfriafcmiW ttJULjfraibtf i.Whh n iriaifcfc.riyw! riflim-fr tmi .. -ujut-X-i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official V aper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. iKRMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - dlx Months - - Ona Momn (Delivered by Carrier) - $10 oo - 6 oo - t oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one Insertion - Bach subsequent Insertion, per square - p oo - I oo OFFICE: Froinont St., Oppoaito City Hall. Entered tu the Tombstone Postofflceas teecnd elm matter FRANK 0. EARLE. Assay and Metallurgical laboratory 0FFCE 3o. FREMONT STREET. Opposite City Hall, Tombstone. HERRING HERRING, ATTORNEYS AMD COUNSELLORS AT LAW. rFICE-TOUGHNUT STREET, BET J 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. 0. E. ALVORD, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 0 ffice Allen street between Fourth and Fifth, Tombstone Arizona. F. fc A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 5. F. k. M., holds Btated inedtings on the third Saturday in e...

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 August 1891

Monday's Deily Whore are you going my pretty maid? Going to cooking school sir, she said. Can I go with you, my pretty maid? We don'i cook veal today, she said. Board ot Supervisors convened to day at 2 p. m. District court meets in Tucson on the 14th of September. The Supreme court will Fhenix on September 7th. meet in Attorney General Herring and wife returned to-day from Tucson. Rudolph Lopez, held over for smug gling and selling liquor without a license, has been taken to Tucson. The trial of Jack Dunlap, on a charge of horse stealing, was in pro gress beforo Justice Alvord this after noon. Childs' Flannel Suits $1.00. See them at the New York Store. The Homestake mine, in the Black Hills country Iias just paid its 156th dividend, making the total amount paid to shareholders to date $4,718,750 Mohave Miner. Ids fu Mrs. Adamson, of th furnishing an elegant sample room 15x50 feet fur the convenience of com mercial travelers where they can dis play tl:eir goods to fine advantage. W...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 August 1891

I - TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published evkky Sunday hy S.C.IUoa 8UBSC1UPTION BATES: One year $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 3b cents per month. Political proliibitionism is dying out. Kansas farmers paid off $400,000 of their mortgage indebtedness iu July. Since July 10th the circulation of the National banks has increased $5, 000,000. It is estimated that the coal underlying Colorado, exceeds square miles. strata 30,000 American wheat growers are ding no tears over the failure European crops. shed of the The astonishing statement is made that the grain yield of Soutli Dakota wiil average a million dollars to each county. A hotel lias been built in Hambe rg of wood which, after going through a course of treatment, has been com pressed into block like bricks, and said to be as hard as iron. It is estimated that the increased value of the crops of 1891 over those of 1890, will equal two-thirds of the interest bearing debt of the United States. A rowsuF...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 August 1891

, . 1 1 flU if I'J P I' Hi vcu w -niiiigtiiihiii ijj( 'taMN$4g&j!ajBtt0H tw"liaC w'-mAi. ... , TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) BV S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Subucrlptlon Kates. One Year f 10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 One Month 1 00 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Freeh Ranch Butter Irom the ranch ol J H White atWolcott't Cash Store. 3.7M TiiEREare factions and anti-factions in the Farmers' Alliance and more coming every day. It looks as though fitileJiaJSMMIIbHriMHyhole h dil Vell, this is a comforting IiiiiK lo know, especially when a warm wave is lurking around us poor ter restrials. We have known there was blood on the moon for lo! these many years, and long before the L'ck ob servers began photographing her hour ly. Mail and Express. The Prcaidt'itt of the Republic of Mexico, being appealed to in refer ence to the propriety or organ izing a Grand Army Post on Mexican soil, heartily ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 August 1891

of Ym-nions iu Mexico. A I'krsiah carpet nas been in use lory 200 juri''H Uie.nin lull of theshaUV palaco in Teheran. Nowhere in England can be found so extended a line of perpcndUularly1 broken rock as at Cheddar. Germany's production of silver in 1890 was 770,000 pounds, about 9 per, cent, of the world's product. The Persian gulf is called the Green sea from a remarkable strip of water of a green color along the Arabian coast. Tire ministry on roods of intercommu nication will build a bridge across the Vistula, near Warsaw, to cost 3,500,000 rubles. There is room on the ground floor of the new Scotland Yard, on the Victoria embankment, to assemble threo thou sand mn. Tire most extraordinary freak of ex travagance is an Eiffel tower in dia monds, one meter high, recently sold in Paris for 844,000. This year's solo of the queen's year lings brought an average of 345 guineas, compared with 715 last year. The highest price was 2,400 for a colt by St. Simon. The 5 and 3 pieces struck i...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 30 August 1891

3Ji"' TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR j AUGUST, - - 29, 1891 Arlsona & Southeastern R. K Time Card. rZ&V$St&&fri . ....,rifv.s ISiVB. ARRIVE. Bisbue 7.00 a .m Fairbank 9.00 a.m rirbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbe.. 12.30 n'n Daily, exoettt Sunday. (Pacific tin. , Be Williams, Supt. HlKoal Service. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 henrs ending 3 o'clock p. m. August 29 : Maximum 93 Minimum W v A woddine u nigUt. A 2 percent tiu mine has been dis covered west of Prescott. Chas. Langpnap and wife left yes terday for Sun Francisco. The postoflice at Ricolite, N. M., will be discontinued on the 1st prox. Dr. Joshua Miller has been appoint ed superintendent of the Intano Asy lum. One of the largest waste dumps of the camp is now adorned with a fine young orchard. The wife of the Rev. Mr. Pritchard, of Bisbeo, who has been quite ill for some time has had a dangerous re lapse. Wanted girl to do goneral housework. Apply to Mrs. L. A. Rich ards, cor. Fifth and Saflbrd. tf T...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1891

y h' ' $v VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1891 NO. 151 1 i T J IBSTONE EPITAPH. Published evehy Sunday by S.C.Bagg Tombstone. Cochise Count?, Arizona. INTlalO IN THI KMT OFFICI MCONO-CUM HATTIfc LOOAL HAPPENINGS FromFriday't Daily. James Kirk is up from Oso Negro. Allied Tregidgo, formerly of Tomb tono, is in Yuma. There will be an examination of teachers on Monday next. Malcolm McNair of the Phenix Re publican anived in town today. Col Gordon id back at Uuachura after an enjoyable outing in Califor nia George Matciilf and family are up from Oso Negro and are stopping at Mrs. Ecolustou's. Geo. Pridham is in from the Soldier Holes. He reports plenty of rain and grass in that direction. All of the Tombstone hotels ieport an increase of travel this way, and many inquiries for accomodations this winter. Miss Minnie Hill leaves to morrow for Bisbee where she goes to resume her position as teacher in the public school. Mrs. May EUworth Shields arrived in t...

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

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) by S C. BAGG, Editor and Proprietor. HuliHcrlptlun KutCM. One Year ?10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 Oue Month 1 00 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Freeh Ranch Butter trom the ranch ot J H White atWnlcntt' Oah Store. 3.7tf Weiisteu Hannioan ii the new col lector for the El Paso district. Minister Eoan savs that ho was a prisoner of Balmaceda and if he had not actediim he would have !Kd iiTtho dis- 5ct court was numbered 1C15, and that number represents tho number of suits filed in the district cojrt in ten years. There is no truth in I ho report from the City of Mexico that Balmaceda U on board the Condell, bound for San FraucifCO. The Condell is now in the hands of the Chilian minister at Callao Peru. The belief is growing that the late dictator is in the happy hunting grounds. At the department of state it is said the policy of this government has been to avoid the en...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Ponusnnn eveky Sunday uy S.C.Bagg mHCKIITIOX KATES: One year. ?4 00 Bix months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The most fortunate man in the wrold to-day is the American farmer; and all the silly talk of the euluiiiiUr ians can not make it otherwise. The principal business transacted at annual meetings of railway mail clerks seems lo be tlie devising of schemes to secure increased salaries. Even Switzerland has abandoned the v William Tell legend and Berne has gone back to the year 1191 as the date mark from which to numbei suc cessive decennial celebrations. Premier Abbott has announced that the Canadian government, with the approval of the imperial authori ties, has determined to permit the slaughtering of Amorican cattle within the Dominion. Gen. Dyrenfokth holds the key of the political situation in the west. All that is necessary is for the general to start a cloudburst at hours and places selected for farmers' demonst...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1891

WINTER PROSPECTS. Aii Encouraging Outlook for a General Revival in Min ing Circles. There lms been much Inlkof whit is going to be done this winter in min ing matters. Already there is renewed activity shown in Tombs'tone. More men are being put to work on the T. M. & M. Co'a properties and also on the Comet. It is more than likely that several minor properties will start up this (all. TURQUOIS. It is announced also that the Grand Central mill will start up on October first on ore from the Scaverns mines. The ore has been tested and found to be profitable to work there. On what understanding the ore. is tube worked we are not able to say. Si Bryants property will bo examin ed by Si Whito who arrived yesterday 'from ti. mjiflkmillim. Sppnlg on TimnS! Gnn Antrny, A end case of a mania for pilfering has been brought to light in Tomb stoue. A young lady who had many friends abused their confidence and made a business of stealing anything of value which eould be concealed about her p...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1891

anmituscERncnn i GOOD NEWS, Arrival o! Contention Stock holders Causes a Ripple of Excitement. Si White Drops a Few Words of Encourage ment for our Citizens- Kumors have been rife for a few days ot a probable meeting in the near by future, of the majority of the stock holders of the Contention company and thoso of the Grand Central with the object in view of renewing opera tions below water level. That the rumor was not without foundation was evident by the arrival in town to day of the familiar face of Si While accompanied by G. B McAneny.Jwho is one of the largest stockholders in the Contention. The gentlemen are domiciled at tho Sau Jose House. Mr. White was found in his room by a PnostECTOR rep resentative shortly after his arrival. Mr. White has always been one of the unfaltering frisnds of Tombstone and a believer in her future, and he has reason to know better than any one else what there is below water level, in a mine that paid such fabu lous dividends above the 500 level. ...

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

- I i i IH ... - Monday't Deily Dear friend, dont hunt the editor With pistol or with gun, Ask him if he said it, or Expect that he will run. His threadbare linen duster .May still his patches hide, But his muscles are doveloped And the Lord is on his side. Danville Bugle. m i Your health demands it: Coronado water. Dr. Gillespie and wife left last even ing for Tucson . J. S. Bobbins left las 1 night for California. Mrs. Slaughter left to-day for Mag dalena, Si mora. Arthur Orey, the cattle spayer, left to-day for Crittenden. The Lewis Springs ranch was bought in to day subject to redemption. Col. J. A. Zabriskie has returned to Tucson from the City of Mexico. The city has refused to issue licen- for carnUivjafcMBifllkr-Star. Mrs.C. J. U Tempeaftera six week's sojourn in California. A washout near Crittenden yester day, delayed the up bound train, ne cessitating a transfer of baggage. The Prospector returns thanks to Rev. Henri Granjon, of the Catholic church, for a box of delicious...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1891

Fi -3- rs . "V TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official faper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. IERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - - - - " 81x Months - , - " 6o Ona Montn (Deliverrd by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Square, one Insertion - - - $2 oo Bach subsequent insertion, per square - 1 00 ::o:: OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Hall. Intorwl tn the Tombstone Postofflctu second elm mstte 1 FRANK 0. EARLE. Assay and Metallurgical Laboratory OFFICE 319. FREMONT STREET, . Opposite City Hall. Tombstone. HERRING HERRING, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. "VfrFICE TOUOHNUT STREET. BET. yj 3d and 4th. Below the Court House. C. E. ALVORD, IUST1CK OF THE TEACE. 0 ffice Allen street between Fourth and Fifth. Tombstone Arizona. F. fc A.M. King Solomon Lodge No. 6, F. & .. M., holds stated meetings on the third Saturday in eaoh montn in Masonio Hall, at 7:30 p. m. Special meetings held whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothe...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 6 September 1891

"i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR SEPTEMBER, - - - 6, 1891 Arlaoaa BoMtheaatera Time Card. R. R UtlV. ARRIVE. Bisbee 7.00 1 .m Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Ffcirbank 10.00. m. Biabev 12.30 n'n Daily, except Sunday. (Paciflo tim. Bsi Williams, Supt. Hlicaal Merrlce. The following is the range o! the thermometer for the 24 hcur ending 3 o'clock p. m. September 5 ; Maximum " Minimum 65 J-OG The store for you to E. J. Roberta id up from the ranch. General Wilson left today for Tuc son. Mr. J. F. Tracy le.'t today for Chi cago. Collector Chriat has gone back to Nogalea. Roast duck and chicken, at the Can Can tomorrow. An unknown Mexican died at Fair bank last night. No extra charge for nera ai the Can Can. Sunday din- All small game is in season sow. Quail are reported plentiful. Ice Cream and cake with all kinds of choice fruit at the Can Can to-nior row. Si Whl e went lo Turquois tliii morning to inspect the Tom Scott mine. M.A.Smith and G. W. Cheyney were among the departures to-day foi Pheuix. From 25 t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 September 1891

ratable s IH .M , , M prn .,, .VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1891 NO. 152 SSftS fl p7 S " ' f T"v' "V V TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published every Sunday nYS.C.BAaq Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona. UTERIS IN TMI POTT OFFICt At MCOHO-OUH MATTI. LOOAL HAPPENINGS PromFriday's Daily. Secure your seats for the Thomas concert at Peto's drug store. A postoftice key with a piece of wood attached may bo had at thia office. MVM. Sherman and family have re turned to their Souora ranch home. George Metcalf and family are dom iciled in the Clapp house on 4th street for the winter. J. J. Williams, of Phelps, Dodge fc Co'a interests in Arizona copper mines is visiting fiisbee. Allen Walker has purchased the soda plant at Bisbee and is doing well with it in connectionwith his Tomb stone business. A hilarious individual was run in this afternoon by Chief Ryan. When asked to give his name he said 'whoop-a-la." Mrs. Gallon has just received a new consignment of the latest...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 September 1891

J.- V The citizens of Tombstone whi'.e they have been waiting for something to turn up, have been blind to the foot that every day something has been turning up and when it turned it did not die, but took 'root and grew, Seven years ago the taxable properly of Cochise county was about all in Tombstone. The cattle interests and farming interests woie dormaut. They were not worth i.:eniio.iing. The an nouncement ti'at a p ach or a Lunch of grapes had been raised by so and so wa looked upon as wonderful revela tion and the sample would be disi uss ed with the same intere.it and was, l nior- importance than was the first babe bom in the camp. While a few yrars ago everything that we ato was imported from California, now we raisi1 it all and li ive an ubundrnce to spare, and though the noise of the blast and the pick and drill did not preoeed ii. it has come quietly and without etl'or on the part of th-we who are receiving the benefits. Tombtione is the runlet of avast extent of country,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 13 September 1891

TOMBSTONE EPITAPH runusirErnTVEiiY Sunday by S.O.Bagq SUBSCRIPTION RATED: One year H 0 Biz mouths 2 50 Delivered by carrier to nny part o( the city for 35 cents per month. The president has gone mipo hunt ing. Tuis piece of imnortant news has not been confirmed however by later dispatches. Twenty refugees are being taken from Chili to Peru on the government hip Baltimore. It is reported that Bui maceda is with them. Another pic nic for Uncle Sam. The new tariff tct of Sonora goes into effect Nov. 1st. It exacts in almost prohibitory duty on animuls imported from the United States and is a sample 'of Mexican reciprocity brought on by the McKinloy bill. There is a feeling that the consti tutional convention whirl) convened in Phoonix today will be void of result as far as the n-xt congress is con cerned. Harrison will veto any bill for the admission of a democratic state. "Why don't you run a paper like that?" 8nid a merchant to a publisher, throwing powu a blanket-sheet daily. "Why 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. — 13 September 1891

trfr.vivrld'fci Ufe to , TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) by S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Bubxcrlption nates. One Year f 1 0 Six Months ; 00 Three Months 3 00 Oue Month 1 00 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents per week. The experimental farm at Phoenix is in receipt ol a date palm from ArabiH which cost $400 to land on the ground Upon the Ohio election hinges the fate of silver at the hands of President Harrison. If the people there de clare for free coinage by the election of Campbell, Harrison will never dare veto a free coinage bill. The adoption of a reciprocity treaty with Mexico should go that far that absolute free trade should exist be tween the two countries. The rankest protectionist shonld have no objection to such a treaty. Deciduous fruit shipmen ts from rnia during the present season September 1 amounted to 1900 arlotda, against 1600 carloads at the same date last year. This represents approximately $475,000 paid to the railroad compan...

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