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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1892

El T? i TB & . ., - rfk - - "v ' "W1'-1I pf - -qf'yrl- " ! " !" ' '- " -- iiMWW W 'wL jvk, ! B fc ( uV TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Ttuamfjk&s. m quaint eastport. , j " PUBLISHED KVEItY SUXDAYBY S.C.BACQ scBsciurne.v rates: Ono year,. $4 00 Sir months 2 50 Delivered by carrier lo any part of the city for 35 cents per month. Tiicre it a population of 13,000.000 in Mexico, and the lands of that coun try outside of its cities are in the hands of 10,000 of its population. Vincent J. Hut ton, a pioneer, died at Colinsville of pneumonia. Mr. Hutton at ono time owned tho town site of Fart Worth and traded it off for a few oxen. The earnings of the New York Cen tral road for 1891 reached $40,006,000, which is seven million dollars more than in 1S90, yet its disbursements in dividends are very limited. Ash Fork, where the new road taps the Atlantic & Pacific, will spring up in a short time from a small, insignifi cant villago to a bristling, active city of several thousand. A democratic clu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1892

:T dMSS! ggrisagggarftingwtfi ' w.X" " --i- V Lr iwii)gr - . . LiL. W.iinn. Aw,o wflpy; i . p-inffjwinnwnmimywi , M f ' " iiiKin-c J. s 'H 1 Inv A 'I T, 2$ JT I If Harrison and Blaine were play ing for notoriety, they covered up their tracks ia a most artistic manner. How fortunate for Egan that he was born in Ireland. If it were not for that streak of luck ho might he boomed for the presidency. Tho wickedest city in Arizona is Tucson, where business houses keep open all day on Sunday. Tliev aro just now agitating the question of closing ono day in the week but can not agree upon tho day. It is to be hoped that the EprrArn will have tho decency to set General Kelson A. Miles right before its read ers in its next issue. United States custom officers cap tured twenty-eight Chinamen ten miles from Seattle, Sunday, who had been smuggled across the line. A number of others escaped. Major Kenton in charge of the sur vey, has instructions from the war de partment to permit the commission o...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1892

iiMtmn.- ""M'Wjm iinnwyiiwwufljww r '"C2J2Z3Z ' ' 'yyy?1'."" x'ssr,"" 5- . -i m - Vw -If J! --? .t w;. 1 f- B wwjyw'i V 5-? lift ft 1 i nt -a ------ i r . 4t & I i .1) TOMBSTONE PRGSPEGTOR City and County Official taper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKPT SUSDAY) S. C. BAGG, Editor and Proflrietor. 1ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - - Jto oo Six Months - - 6 oo One Month (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: , One Square, ono insertion - - - Ja oo Bach subsequent Insertion, per square - x oo OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Hall. EaUrI tn the Tombstoat FostsSesu ssccsd elssa matter. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. G. II. KELLOGG. No. 310 Piae street, Room 57 and 58, San Francico. E. C DAKE, room 63. Merchant Exchange, San Francisco. GEO. P. ROWELL, 10 Spruce St. New York. N. W. AVER & SON. Philade'phia. AU transactions made by the above named persons will be compiled with at the I'KUS J'KCTOK othce KINC S0L0M0H L03CE MO. 5. F. & A. H. A, MKETS THE THIRD S.VTUK. day in each ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 31 January 1892

SSmk-t rvufgofrtt- -jt 7 in 1 'H BBBBBJ BBBBBBBBBBsBiMBiBBMMM IBl pJBP ju"' Bfl Tfv!rr7-TT-tK -.jgf. wr-M-rT y?MPtflMIatlWlmi' ! mm.i.MJtininfryfc.iwn injHHK4.M.'"W'CT1.-.- !ig''iyggy--.- - -. wn H- ... r - .. .'- ii f i , ,. in I iii'm II IMJM'" If1 I mi i iil1.ii I1 " MMnWrrT -T- - " ""i1" jWiMyteSrTt'!ri,nwmi-liniiw ' . n,4J""i"aIIIIMi" "W-- 'nw: ym i tupiiingw tf P-) '"' " ' ... J-t W2- : i fc - H v E fc--1 N Pi I vfr I .1 ' ' iT .- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANUARY, - - - 30, 1892 ArlioBB 3c Moutbeaaten Xlate Card. LKiTX. A.RMVK. filbeeC0jn Fairbank 8.15 a.m. Fwrbank 9.30 a. m. Bisbec 12.00 nn Daily, exeert Sunday. f Pacific tin?0 , Bea Williams, Supt. Slcnal Sei-rlce. rhe folloTring is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hours ending 3 o'clock p. ni. January 30: Maximum C5 Minimum 45 LOCAL NOTES. E. J. Roberts and wife are in town. Best yellow slickers $2, at the New York Store tf A few choice seats left for"Xevada " Call at Yaple's. Dr. Cooper's medical instite will be represe...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

&" v ' MbiVfct3rP n "?v.t'.iitf-v. y,'wwHigfcw .-'-;,; - -.rsig ii i 5 j s E.nsn .. s .F'i'1"5'' iSSVY 5 TTOf?M 11 :ir 1 ii iiia Ufa v j e ns fi 3 S W . J OCT- i'l? ?' LI CI 1 WWSlgMaWLJlVJ'J ' nr- . Tn,ftm j jgrtfTO-r rwnr-w'. f TMStfTni'W tr Jtffwgm ? 1 "- ffl,illllliltJirt 131 P " M Ul ! M VOL XV Willows Saloon. Tho Choicest of Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars Tombstone, Arizona, tj C. A. Bclotti, " - - FPi XiTRenKncd one door west of old stand. Grand Central Hotel BENSON, ARIZONA. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. First Class Rooms ! Rates Reasonable 1 The Best of.Meals ! 1 ! Special Accommodations for Commercia Travelers. S. FRIEDMAN, Prop. Important Announcement, All subscribers to the Daily Prospector or Week ly Epitaph who have a cattle brand will have the same run in the Epitaph without com pensation There will als"o be devoted to the cattle inter est one page of latest news regarding local affairs. Re member that a years subscrip tion to the Prospector enti tles 3'ou ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

ihi i wii iwrwtriin ii WUIIlgffiMn iibiii im -y- wMftdirePrragtfW-aft cX. XUV" . ." --r- t 1 I TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR ?UBM3KED EVEKY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) by S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. NuIiHcrtplion KalcH. One Year $10 00 Six Mouths COO ThreoMonths 3 00 One Moutli 100 Delivered by Carriers for 25 centa per week. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Harqua Hala would be a good place if it was a whito man's camp. Marc Smith addressed tlio commit tee on temtories on Wednesday in behalf of statehood. J. H. Powell, the cattle buyer was arrested in Fhenix for shipping cattle without their first being inspected. YtJMA had 1.85 of rain last week, When it ie considered that it never rains at Yuma, this downfall may bo considered a phenomena. There is a satisfaction in knowing that if silver is going down, zinc is go ing up and the two metals arc liable to bo on a par cry soon. The wages of the miners at Clifton have been raised ten per cent. This enables the men to eat three meals a day,...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

V, "" " f 1- - " '' 1 w- - ojr - . fjUMka 'J - I TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published kvery Sondat by S.C.IUgq anacmrnox hate: Oneyaax. $4 00 Six months 2 60 Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. Mark Smith haa introduced a bill providing for tho re-survey of the boundary line between Arizona and Utah. Supreme court has adjourned. Be fore doing so the court denied the motion to dismiss in the cibo of Vidal ts Broad. The case was submitted on briefs and token under advisement. 'The case of the United States vs Tidbalb; to collect $20,000,000, not ac counted for, was decided by the su premo court in favor of defendant, who set up a cduntir claim of $22 000. Tub inconvenienco from the re moval of the custom houee from sin Pedro to Fronteras, is being felt by the absence of Mexican trade in Tomb stone. It is reported that Garza cmie'iries have just ibited the towns of San Carlos, Mulato, Del ortc, and San Antonio and liae passed on to Juarez, planting the seeds 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. — 7 February 1892

. .JT V "1"''"W-Wi"WWrf"'-" V(W Jhr , SruKOKOK, the English divine of world wido reputation, died on Monday. The late storm which swept over tho Pacific coast states and territories means free coinage of gross next sum mer. Silver ia down to 90. The only way to get it up again is for some Yankee to start a chloride of silver treatment. Tho best way to stop all talk against statehood, is to let every politician in Arizona affix his name to the consti tution recently adopted. Do not find fault with the high wind - that comes up from the south. It is the only thing we get from a foreign country without a duly on it The rain was a moH startling reve latian to residents in thiB section of the United States. It was so long a time since we had had any-inoisture that wo concluded the McKinley bill placed a prohibition duty on it. The Phcnix people observed what they called a comet last Monday night. The poor deluded settlers of tho Salt river valley: even the stars as'they fall seem to them...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

mS wjMiii?lWlWiWgwatiir l . y .,rw- !", L r "'"'r - wn"!""" . gssEsaaajaaMMBoagaw - M ' 1 . COAL The Lord Givethbut Uncle Sam Taketh Away- Jas. Lillie, the original discoverer of tho Deer Creek coal lields iu 18S0 and who has worked llictn extensively but to no profit on account of the ground being on tho San Carlos reservation, has just arrived from there uud tells V the Tucson Star that hn had great faith in liis discoery then and has ten timed greater fuiih iu them now einco ho has done much development work on a number of veins. He h9 work ed on about 100 veins of coal. The deepest is 200 fwt showing a lC-foot vein of sub-bitumiuous coal of a fine quality. At the depth of 200 feet the vein becomes horizontal. All tha veins thus-far opened run from C to 1C feet in width. There are a number of openings froni, 20 to 130 feet on different veins which exposes the coal to full view and it is not difficult to see that tho quantity of coal is very largo. To the question, "what area of t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

SaSHWW" JWSE..&" WfiWSPlui', "" ir"r rn -rrnn ihiimhimiii 0 cgs&mtQKcmryveiG3?3!f V ti?Mifc(iwfwo"wffMpiaixa-' jwl -b . . ,-.LJJ,..g. LX tSL- V . ' W fv J Vt ? 41 ' J a. - LJ Jj Monday's Eeily John Robbing is quite sick in San Francisco. Two hundred seals had been re served for'fNevada" up to this morn ing at ten o'clock. The Colorado Commercial and Land Co havo sold their right to tho Alga donas grant toSanford and associates of Prescott. Gus Hirchfield arrived on tho noon coach and was interviewing our mer chants this afternoon. Mr. Best of Dragoon shipped today from Willcox 3" carloads of cattle. They will be unloaded at Rocky Ford, Colorado, where he has a ranch. A cutting scrape occurred at Ben son yesterday in which a Mexican was stabbed but not seriously hurt. No particulars have been received. " The rain guage showed 55-100 of an inch of rain at Dragoon Summit up to Friday night, and it was evidently raining heavily there all day yester day and Saturday. The commissi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

-- ;pssaSK&l r-4. i-r.. .lin (rii,ii,tliJI M' mrpj'i l.,,., ,mm '- TpWHSWaswiMi v 3i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAuG. Editor and Proprietor. ERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION: One tear - - - $10 oo Six Months - - - 6 oo Oas Month (Dehveri-d by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: OneSqmte, one insertion - - - Ja oo Bach subsequent insertion, per squire - I oo OFFICE: Framont St., Opposite City Ball. Eatirod to ta Tombtoaa Pottome, u (eccail elu msrter. AUTHORIZES AGENTS. O. H. KELLOGG. No. 310 rine street, Room 57 and ;S, San Francisco. E. C DAKE, room 63. Merchant Exchange. San Frandsco. GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Sprace St. New Yo'fc. N. W. AVER S. SON. Philadelphia. All transactions mad by the aboie named persons ill be complied virth at the PROS PECTOR office. KINC SOLOMON LOOCE NO. B. F. & A. U. MEETS THE THIRD SATUK- iiSi. dav in each month at Masonic HalL j . A II Vitili. 1 11 w, h... an (WuXi1 wftnAlnwr fca U.W...W .U...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 7 February 1892

FyW&f? wsgpmmtie1 i r-vr Y'-i Jseati-a "WSBSrWKj V7 , Wai ni mi i i i w Mm,, - -v-;- "' ' " tmu i i A P TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR FEBRUARY, - C, 1892 ArUoam tc Nonlheantcrn K. K Tine Curd. z&&jj9$rm msBsm cs2te & LK1TX. ABRIYls. Bisbee G.20.m Fairbank 8.15 a.m. Fairbank 9.30 a.m. Bisbec 12.00 n'n Daily, exetrt Sunday. (Tacific tin'ft. , Ben Williams, Snpt. Hleual Service. 'Xbe following is the range o! tbe thermometer for the 24 hcnrs endinc 3 o'clock p. m. February G Maximum 48' Minimum 29" LOCALNOTES. 12 dinner plater $1.10 at Eucher Ores' tf Sandy Bob was iu Tuc:on on Thursday. 30-100 of an inch of raia fell yester day and last night. Cheral Dresser Bedroom Set. $32 at Euchek Guks Mr. H. Schmiediug, who has been in Tucson forscAeral weeks, returned to Tombstone lost night. Jewelry made to order at Willems next door to McDonough's Billiard hall. t J A. Hamill, a nephew of the editor of the Silver Belt and the young as sociate editor of it, has been appoint ed uostinastc...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

!rWFi . IIaRJCsWB,a, Ir - - - K i-t&mj-?-- vr;. -ihdWi " r ' vaK VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1892 NO. 24 fSK- m 4, a. A & ion iffflniiiiziiiiMi? ' a flMrwiBrw'aw m IM J I U 711 U, fit 39 Jl' Ittl HI .It Si Pi Yn,3 11 II I Jti : erWrfW4W pwwjgw -- lH f H M M M M . HI iH X II H . H HF IBS I i IBB 3 I R le il iif rJailfrC,. I Si El I BI rt.TJH' i- 111 " - ' I a Willows Saloon. Tlio Choicest of Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars Tombstone, Arizona. C.A.Bulottt, - - Trop, f3TRemoed one door west of old stand. GrandGentral Hotel BENSON. ARIZONA. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. First Class Rooms 1 - Rales Reasonable I .The Best of JMcals 1 1 ! Special Accommodations for Commcrcia Travelers. JS. FRIEDMAN, - Prop. Important Announcement, AIL subscribers to the Daily Prospector or "Week ly Epitaph who have a cattle brand will have the same run in the Epitaph without 'com pensation There will also be devoted to the cattle inter est one page of lates...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

i&Za i, nmnLjiiiiiimilir -" -f i r ff """SJ i- T( K I TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PflBLIS.IED EVERY EVENING (SUSDAV EXCKPTKD) BV S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. MnburripiioB Kate. One Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 One Month 100 Delhered by Carriers for 25 cent" per week. CITY AKD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. A Dallas editor has been sentenced to one year in the chain gang for libel ing a citizen. The Total Wreck mine is being chlorided by three practical miners, with good results. The new agent at Bowie Station is named Barney Lynch. The S. P. Co. are determined to select operators for Arizona hereafter, whose names will strike terror to the hearts of evil doers in case of a strike. Dispatches received in Xogales, So nora, from Torin, Sonora, state that Gen. Carrillo, commander of the 1st Military Zone, died there last week, after several months' sickness. Gen. Carrillo was a brave officer and very popular in both military and social circles. " The 1st Military Zone com pri...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

ireSiS&i K I 3f l' AT COLIMA. What Oar Correspondent Saw in the Vicinity of an 'Interesting City, Couma, Estado do Coiima, Feb. 1st, 1S92. E. Prostkctoii : We arrived in Coiima on the 21st ult., and found tbc weather pleasant aa May in the United States. All the orchards and gardens filled with ripe fruits and rich flowers. Vegetables and fruits are to be had every day in the year. Coiima has been having a sieges of tho grip, and the mortality has been immense, considering the tropical locality, as many as twelv e to fifteen deaths daily for the past six weeks, principally among the poor, who are poorly quartered against the dampness which pervades tho city. Thero are more poor peoplo pro rata in Coiima than I have seen else ' where in this Republic. Tho streets and market places ire "crowded with beggars, some from choice uud more from nccbesily. My tieart cannot help but go out to those poor unfortu nates who lift up their appealing eyes to one. I am forced when leaving my hot...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

n., ?JSiai" bJSswiSm, ,, I-(asa."55sa. srpihjCiMWLiIHitfli'Hnt J4 rj?ji 4 d try Monday' ito Stage travel it) increasing. Sandy Bob will be in Tombstone in a low days. Col. Herring was out today enjoying the sunshine. The Minas Prietas lias clo.ed down. mine in Sonora V. 11". Igo is in town, from Prcscott last week. He returned John Gird has returned from his trip to Chino, California. Two Chinamen were uiurdeiid a Harqua Hata last Monday. Tliero ia a feeling of relief over too heavy rains of the past neck. W. J. Cheyney, accompanied by Mrs. G. W. Cheyney and two children, went out on to day's stage. J. H. Slaughter jind T. F. Hudson came in today. They have just ship ped a big bunch of cattle to Kansas. "Vm. Fansb, has just retnrned to Tucson from Chicago and tells the Star that the Crecde excitement in Colorado is all the talk. The Arizona Business Directory will contain one of the latest maps of the territory, and the book will do justice to this growing country. Forty-five carloa...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

gzrreatqfcv'&l WtfWtoowmimm(mianBi n ! I A. u a!v - Efi A,, c a r I'l !"" f ni TOMBSTONE EPITAPH Published xvkby Susday dy S.C.Bagg SIBSCHII-TIOV KATE: One year $-100 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to auy part of the city for 35 cents per month. For the first time in history the market ratio of gold to silver is 1 to S3 and the silver in the dollar hag fallen a fraction below TO cents. From Tueidaxj'a Daily. Six horso coaches now run between 7 Eucb.fr Gre who has been quite sick forb week is on.mitv again. Preseott and Phenix A children nia. Mr. and Sirs. D A. Macaeil and left yesterday, for Califor- A letter addressed to Hazel Earl Siher Oity is hoid at the post office for better direction. visum: noiu. The report of the bareeu of statis tics shows that the immigration for the year 1891 was 20 per cent larger than in 1S90, 590,000 against -191,-02C. CapLE. L. Higgin of Gen. Miles' staff, says that the Arapahoe, Chey enne and Osage tribes still believe that the Messiah wil...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

-5stjKfi rs ? - -r raitin iwiiniii'. uHwdMiMHl Hill clubs are forming all over the country, just m Christ clubs are forming all over Arizona. They may both be said to be up hill work but not in the same sense. The only piece of poor judgment that Blaine has shown in many a year is to open a pathway for Harrison to walk away with the presidential nom ination. Ho should be above such unpatriotic tricks. John- Jay Knox is dead. He was formerly comptroller and drew up the obnoxious act which demonetized silver in 1873. It is & pity that he could not have lived to sec it remon e tired. Coconino county reports a heavy earthquake last week. It was not felt anywhere clso in the territory, Co conino has been in trouble ever eince she cut loose from Yavapai. This should provo a warning to Miles county advocates. Almost any democrat can beat Har rison for president. 'Willi Blaine it might be different. If it is not Blaine and Cleveland, it is likely to be Harri son and a western silver man...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

- -. v- v t- a. w s 1 V4 I a I U, a-. .. 1 1 y z . TOMBSTONE PRG8PECTOR City ami County Official Paper PUULISHEU EVERY EVENING (EXCEPT 8UNOAY) S. C. BAuG. Editor and Proprietor. ,KRM.-. OF SUUCRIPTION: Uue Vtir - - $io oo six . Mouths ' - - 6 oo Ouj Mortia (Delivered by Carrier) - - i oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Siure, one iGsettion - - p oo Each subsequent insertion, per square - I oo OFFICE: Tretaont St., Opposite City Hall. uterl In th. Tombtn. Poatoffleau second elM. mittec. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. . H. KELLOGG, No. 310 Pine itrtct. Room 37 and 58, San Francisco. E, C DAKE, room 6s, Merchant Exchange, San rrancisco. GEO. 'P. ROWELL. 10 Sprues St. New Vo'rk. N. W. AYER & SON. Philadelphia. AU transactions made by the above nam-d persons win be complied with at the PROS PECTOR office. KMQ S01OH0N IO0CE KO. 5. F. 4 A. M. t MEErS THE THIRD SATUR- filler day in each month at Masonic HalL jv. 2K AU Visiting Brothers in good standing ' V-' are invited to attend. Special meet ngs when the ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 14 February 1892

iiraiMiii, : ih'mumhv iirwrnn. . tr-iWTin 7rm i TSiiilrn,n iBi.iiiiJHjSSjWISWMW3iiBlf!3Sfia 1 X rTHIfTTW Hwmpn ii win ft TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR FEBRUARY, - 13, 1892 Ariieaa A. KoulhBilfra Tint Card. K. K LXaYX. AIUUVIs. fliabee 650 .m Faifbank 8.15 .m. Pairbank 9.30 a. m. BisbeC 12.00 n'n IPaily, exctvt Sunday. f Pacific tirxM . Bk Wiluamb, SupL Nlcnnl tier-rice. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hcnra ending 3 o'clock p. m. February 13: Maximum . 5S Minimum , 42 LOCAL: NOTES. Good sized feather dusters for 50c at the New York Stoee. Pftsqual Camou is said to be very dangerously ill at Hermosillo. New lot of mattrasses just received at the New York Store. M. D. Scribner went off yesterday 2 oq a still hunt. He will return in about a week, Tree planting is the order of tho day. About two hundred shade trees will bo set out in town this month. Window Shades with hado -15c at Either Gres. Owing to a rush of matter today the school children will not see their names ...

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