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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 April 1892

hi n - w I W It s w n i TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PUnUSHKU EVEBV SUSOAY BY S.C.B AGO ttlUCKirTIAX KiTB: One J ear .. f 00 Six months 2 fcO Delivered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents ier month. The fight between tho league clubs and the regular will be a feature of the fall campaign. The Globe-Democrat announces for the first time that nine of thcMissouri delegation to the Chicago convention which nominated Harrison were bought and paid for in money to tote for Alger. The effort to besmirch tho reputa tion of George Christ by his political bedfellows Has a signal failure. The United States grand jury, after looking intc the affair, concluded that family quarrels were not public business. Cochise county will ship more gold bullion in 1892 than she will siher, Much attention is being drawn to the gold districts of the county and many gold mills are being placed on proper ties which liae long been idle. The Presbytery of Arizona and the Republican Territorial Contention will be i...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 April 1892

1 Wibe-fuluhq at Phenix to-day; hair-pulling to-morrow. Associated press dispatches ore scat out by some enterprising Phenix news gatherer from five to ten days after the occurrence. G. W. Cheyney will undoubtedly be the Republican candidate for Delegate to Congress. He is a good man and sound on silver. Mohave Miner. Times cannot be very hard in Tomb stone when proposals for painting the court house will call forth but one bid. When painters are so busy that they cannot find time to accept such trifling jobs as thousand dollar con tracts, it speaks well for the thrift of the city. The fact of the meeting at Phenix at Ibis time of the railroad commis sion has no significance whatever. Wo make this statement to counteract any misunderstanding regarding the intent of the commission to investi gate the recent "railroading" in the Cochise County Republican conven tion. The Board of Supervisors had two petitions before them today asking the appointment of two different in dividuals to fi...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 April 1892

(f at ' if 6 f . r- TOMBSTONE PRGSPECTORi SUMMONS. City aad County Official i'aper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKIT StlSDAY) S. C. BAuG. Editor and Proprietor. .K.KVU. OK MJHMKltTlON:' One Ver - - io oo in ilosias - - - o oo Oaa !.xun (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo .DVERT1SIN; KvrES: One Square, one Insertion - - - ja oo Kach subsequent insertiou, per 4Ure - I oo x OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite City Ball. EnUred tn tha Toabatoa PtoBteu ucccd claM matter. AUTHORIZED AOENTS. ti. II. KELLOGG. No. 3to Pine street, Room 57 and 58, San Francisco. I- C DAKE, room 65. Merchant Exchange. ;an 1 ranasco. IN the district court, first judicial district of the territory of Arizona, fa and far the coun'y of Cochise. THOMAS GRIBBLE. l'Uintilt vs. H. Ii. 1.EA. Defendant. Action broajht in the district court of the first judicial district of the territory of Arizona In and for lb County of Cochise, and the complaint filed in tlie said county of Cochise. In the office of the clerk of said district cou...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 10 April 1892

j ft TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR APRIL, 0, 1892 ArlBoaa tc Boatheasjterm R. R ti Card. UtAYK. AKRIYK. Bisbee 6.20 tja Fairbank 8.15 a.m. Fiirbank 9.30 a. m. Bisbee 12.00 n'n 'Daily, txctvt Sunday. ( Pacific timM , Bea Williams, SupL HlKaal tterrlce. Tbe following is the range of the thermometer for the 21 hcnra endinj: 3 o'clock p. m. April 9 : Maximum 7G Minimum........ .............. 55 LOOAI4 NOTES. Comb Honor at Wolcott's. No service to-morrow io the Catho lic Church. Try Ornshed Java Coffee-something new at Hoefler's. tf The Board of Supervisors will meet ' again on June Ctb, at 2 o'clock. Fine Stock of BojV Hats at the New York Stoke. Several thousand dollars In Mexican silver came up on yesterday's stage. Jewelry made to order at Willems next door to McDonough's Billiard hall. tf Si Bryant was the only delegate to the Phenix convention, who returned today. It cost'SSSIS to run the schools of this county for the quarter ending March 31st. The board of supervisors adjourned today. Mes...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

Siifktiie VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. APRTL 24, 1892 NO. 34 5 m L Proclamation of Reward. Territory of Arizona,) Executive Depabtmest.J To all to hora these presents shall cone Whckeas, Information from authentic sources hat been recehed by mc that Julian Lasselle, an old residtnl and stock raiser, of Cochise county uas rnurdered at his ranch in the Whetstone mountains, on the 12th instant by some unk.no n person or persons: Now. therefore I, N. O. Murphy, Acting Goternor of Arizona, by irtue of the power within me vested, do hereby offer a reward of Tleree Hundred dollars for the arrest and con viction of the person or persons who committed the aforesaid murder. In witness whereof I hare hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of (SEAL) the Territory of Arizona to be af. fixed. Done at Phenix, the capital , this 15th day of April. A D 189a. N. O. MURPHY. By the Governor, E. H. KtKKLAXD. Acting Secretary of Territory. Ai 3 Democratic Territorial vention...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

wr f-J ! fc TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR POBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) by S C. BAGG. Editor and Proorietor. Nbcrlptlon Kate. One Year.... r K Six Months 6 ThreeMonths 3 00 OueMonth 100 Delivered by Carriers for 25 cpuU per weefc. CITY AND COUXTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Tue president will send a special message to congress asking tor an In ternational conlerence of gold bugs to bring about the free coinage of siher: Grand scheme, that. Some one suggests that Gov. Mur phy could beat' Mark Smith for Con gress on the strength of his name. Will George W. taVe the hint and change his namo to O'Cheynej? Cautokma. is keeping up its repu tation lor being a land of wonders. The best advertisement it could have are the earthquake that occur "ex "clusivcly in California." The east has a little the best of her yet with their floods and cyclones, but outside of the Charleston quakoa few years since, they hae not been "in it" to any ex tent worth mentioning. County division has been freely dis cussed ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

A - !1 i 1 H1IMVX SEHS. April 18. A case of petit larceny was tned on Saturday by the Justice: The Head quarters llestaurani was entered by the itchen way, when the only waiter in attendance was berving a night meal in the main room. The money drawer in located in the kitchen and tobfl drawn from the kitchen pay counter. The thief watched hi9 op portunity, and, when tho waiter was far enough away, snatched the money drawer, which contained some money, meal tickets and other valuables. There was no clue to the thief. The nest day a strange man presented a meal ticket and asked if it was good for a dinner. The waiter asked how he came by tho ticket, and the man answered that he gave 20 cents for it, and said he could show "vho 30UI it to him. A complaint was made, and the seller of the ticket arrested. On the trial it was shown by the prisoner that he had found the ticket and about 50 cents in the f yard, about 9 o'clock that morning. The prisoner was acquitted, COUNTY KCCOnDN LOCATIO...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

"-bqMulfe4IS? Wl 1 Monday1) JfsOg Mrs. J. H. Blewett came borne from Bisbee to-day. Mrs. H. Scbmieding returned today from a fortnight's absence in Tucson. Mr. W. F. Staunton and wife, and Mr. M. T. Williams came bomo yes terday. Wm. 'Bradley missed the train at Nogales yesterday, and did not get borne until this evening. S. S. Watson, who has the contract for construction of the Santa Cruz canal and reservoirs, paid Tombstone a visit to-day. He states that he will begin work about May 1st. James Letson and Fred Henry paid Tombstone a visit on Saturday. They came over from Bisbee as delegates to the Democratic Convention. Tom York, who has charge of the Batterman ranch at Ramsey canyon, was thrown from his horse yesterday, and bad bis ankle broken. He was taken to Fort Huachuca for treat ment. The Tombstone members of the I. O. O. F. speak highly of their en 'ttrvainmeut at Nogales and Guaymas. At the latter place they enjoyed a steamer ride, and feasted on fish and oysters. A. Wcnt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

ssJKl - TOMBSTONE EPITAPH FCBUSUKD KVEKY SUNDAY BYS.C.IHgG sriwciupTiex Kara: One year fl 00 Sis months 2 CO lelhered by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. The chief engineer of the Santa Vo has reported in favor of the route from Florence to Calabagas, being a lss expensive one than the route from the same point to Benson. Cheapness of construction however is nothing in favor of a road when no profits are isible. Andrew D. White, ex-President of Cornell University, says that the baro mention of the name of a man like David B. Mill for President is mon strous. Vi'c agreo with Andrew. An honest man in the presidential chair would be a monstrosity, and we heart ily second the nomination of Mr. White. It appears after all that the dis patch sent out from Phenix to the associated press, saying that the gov ernor had requested the reignntio i of Adjutant General Gill, nas a fake. It teemed strange that the goternor would take cognizance of n family row which was not ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

.. jpMUKanXUtSMtHBJSSMt ll ,1 At the national convention of the Liberal patty in the City ot Mexico, President Diaz was unanimously elected candidate for re-election. The Western Mutual Benefit Asso ciation of San Francisco lias collapsed and W. H. Riddell, its manager, is missing with $70,000 of the funds. As between Hill and Cleveland the west will take Hill, between Harrison and Blaine tbe west will lake tbo lat ter. But chances aro they will take neither. Tombstone has been asleep for a (ew years but she is awakening from her slumbers and will soon be on top of the heap again. Gov. lEWDf has sent in his resigna tion as governor of Arizona. His successor ought to be Acting Governor Murphy, but will probably be some one else. There seems to be a mistaken idea that Attorney General Herring has enacted a law to assess mining claims. He has simply interpreted a law upon a request from a Territorial officer. The Arizona funding bill now sits on the fence. The House put a gold clause i...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

" ' "ftiHn . 1 TOMBSTONE PRGSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKIT SUKIMLY) -uy- S. C. BAUG. Editor and Proprietor. .itKMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: je Vear - Jis Months - , - On Month (Delivered by Carrier) j:o oo - 6 oo I oo ADVERTISING RATES: Uueriqaare. ooelntertioo - - - $a oo Each subsequent insertion, per square - I oo ::o;: OFFICE: Fremont St, Oppoiito City Hall. Enteral tn th Tmbtone Fostofflea u ueccd ilui cutter. ACTBORIZEO AGENTS. a II. KELUXJG. No. 310 Pine street, Voom S7 and 5S, San Francisco. K. C DAKE. room 65. Merchant Exchange. San Francisco. GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce St. New York. N. W. AVER 4 SON. Philadelphia. AU transictioru made by the above named persons will be complied with at the PROS PECTOR otnce. KING S0L0M0K LOOCE MO. S. F. & A. U. n MEETS THE THIRD SATUK- ya . day in each month at Masonic HalL Tl AT AU Visitins Brothers in good standing y are invited to attend. Special meet lies hen the flag is hoisted on the Hall. C C Waske...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 24 April 1892

f I ft 11 ft rsi J f I i J I TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR ATBIL, - - 23, 1892 ArlioBB Be Noalkeasltra It. R " Card. -va2g35 ttsswaVi: LEAYK. A&KITk. Sisbco 650 s ja Fairbank 8.15 a.m. irbaak 9.30 a. m. BisbeC 12.00 n'a Daily, except Sunday. (Pacific tirxjfO Bka Williams, Supt, NIebI Service. Xbe following is the range of ,tho thermometer for the 24 hciirn ending 3 o'clock p. m. April 23 Maximum 79 Minimum 50 LOCAL NOTES. No service in the Catholic Church tomorrow. Try Ornshed Java CotTee-something new at Hoefler's. If A sleeping car id now run between Thenix and Maricopa. Miss Maggie Hennessy and Mrs. Turner went to Tucson today. Otto Geisenhofer is circulating among his Tombstone friends. The brand of M. Quailes, P. O. AVillcox, was filed for record today. Mocha and Java Coffee at Wolcott's Mr. A. D.Walsh has a profitable restaurant business in Butte, Mon tana. Robert Weber has been appointed administrator of J. L. Weber, de ceased. Jewelry made to order at Willems next door to McDonou...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 May 1892

..", ? jt . . V - St . ! I ; r Jay 2. jf'jesterday .luckyjjheth- Twas leaning " .-ai the mine and Tiself hastening t fortunately be r going about -day or two MM.M.i another H VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. MAY 8, 1892 NO. 37 ! i - - ,-4 n liiiiiiiir & v .1 s- ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. For loo-Cold Beer on Draught mm iMHIly, THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL ""-HHXUSER BUSCH BEETT1NO asso ciation, or st. Louis MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. Applr W WABTIX UOSTELLO. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - SIOO.OOO. QVX. HA.KKOT Geo. H Care ei. K. W. Wood - - riesideM Vice President . Cashier Will Transact a General Banking Business, Eicaange. Receive Deposits, Collections nude J. V. VICKERS FREMONT ST REALISTATE, MINES, MONEY AND INSURANCE REAL. ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented. MINES Boucht. Sold, and Managed. UO.Nfc.Y- Loins Negotiated, and Inrestnunt xnadr INSURA 1 CE Fire. Accident and Life. Be Companies. Lovest Rates. PotrT attention Given to Collection Willows Saloon. Ihe Choicest ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 May 1892

it ' A 3 "st "-y w3r ' V ' --" 'tatf Tho rcpt n. by G 1 Ill f ft LH ftflir. nntl .iErml corpvSPEOTOR ups.i; Uit- issued by ton. AnrERY EVENING furni' for,? EXCMTKD) jv S C. BAGG. Editor and Prourietor. Sabscrlptiom Rates. One Year $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 One Month 100 Delivered per week. by Carrier for 25 cents CUT IB COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Important Announcement, All subscribers to the Daily Pkospectok or Week ly Epitaph who have a cattle rand will have the same run j.- in t' in the Epitaph without com pensation There will also be devoted to the cattle inter est one page of latest news regarding local affairs. Re member that a year's subscrip tion to the Prospectok enti tles you to a two-inch brand advertisement in the "Weekly Epitaph. Jay Gould travels well protected from intrusion of all sorts by the faithful offices of a burly private de tective, lie persistently refuses to Le interiewed by the press, the repre sentatives of which in Albuquerque, 'met with no be...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 May 1892

y'JfgggryjfVPIiEKgS: rt JfcwfcfaT8iTCii,KBarjaBJ4a rIUi i 1Ji' ' jfiilfri 1' i v Of Local Interest. Tho report on the climate of Arizo na, by General Greely, cliief feignal officer, and Lieut. Glassford. oi tbe signal corps, is a valuable pamplilet issued by the department at Washing ton. Among the interesting papers furnished, is one from Dr. Patzke.who for a number of years was post sur geon at Fort Hnaehuca. lie notes that with tho single exception of pota toes a good supply of egetables is grown under a very moderate degree of irrigation in the four niODths. April to July. Xheso gardens are in Tanner's canyon, seven miles east of tho post. This exception of potatoes deserves a particular mention to stim ulate further inquiry or to lead to the i nttitulion of further experiments, be cause the head of this canyon has been widely heralded as the first and almost the only spot on the American continent where hae been found epecimens of this plant growing in n free and wild staU, alt...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 May 1892

- -5S35SE3ESffisS3E3Hfe3EK 535AS9B9 S!raaKSHSSSB3HjgeKE2GS r i I -uv- -- Monday's Deiift CLSrTly U in Ccrillas, New Mexico. J oo Brown has left Albuquerque and cone to Denver. tiakZr'e left for El Paso, yesier , on a abort business tnp. Col.HafTbrd is back from his 4Calif- ornia trip looking well and hearty. Chas. Cowell is down in Lower Cal ifornia hunting an onyx mine. Judge French, of Yavapai, came in to-day, and is a guest at tho Palace. D. W. Wallace left today. He yrfll ship 4S cars of cattle from Benson this week. K. C. Kettlewell is talcing the place of K, W. Wood during his absence at Nogales. Tho divorce proceedings instituted by Isabella Bacigalupi, have been dis missed by plaintiff. Bob Hatch is dry washing on a grars! lJd down the Colorado river "and is said to be making money. J. P. McAllister returned yesterday from Wilcox, from where he made a shipment of cattle from his ranch. A. J, Godfrey has returned from a few weeks sojourn in the Huachuca mountains. He says it ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 May 1892

& V. - 1 X l TOMBSTONE EPITAPH 1 " Published bvkry Sunday by S.CBago srsUCKIt-TloV KATES: One year $4 00 Six months 2 50 Delivered by carrier to any part of tho city for 35 cents per mouth. The free binding twiue bill has passed the House by a vote of 1S3 to 47. G. nix. Y. Cheyney and wife are in Phe- Plienix is electing da v. city ollicera to- IIOTEL. AKKIV.I.X. BISBEE COLUMN. Mrs. W. W. Woodman left for Cali fornia to-day. Subpcenas for witnesses are being issued for May 10th. The man who wrote that open letter for "Our George" ought to be ashamed of himself. Pkricy Belmont says that Hill will be the nominee of the Democratic Convention. Feedi.vand Wakd has finished bis term in Sing Sing, and is back in New York, a wiser if not a better man. The Republican papers of tho ter ritory continue to run the "open let ter" regardless of the protests of Mr. Cheyney's friends. The Democratic county convention qj Yavapai passed resolutions favoring free coinage. A resolution instructing ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 8 May 1892

ha- C liniirnnriiinl n i nimmim ) " wk-pr--f- iTBvmr arir.trt.Ma re wM6aiiiBaaiaiMUiatttwMi 1 If rf'rfi fnrjnn'i """ l "-" - , ,,- m: M 1 to tElH J. KH V sssssl S ' Br? The office of superintendent of public instruction should be taken out of the unholy clutch of politics. The New York Herald believes that a western Democrat will bo the nest president of the United State. The Phenix Herald, in defense of Mr. Cheyney's "charges," says that "he may have inadertcntly made refer enco to the wrong bill." AntzoHA is a free silver territory and the don't care to be compromised in the matter. Phenix Herald. What has Uov. Irwin been doing to you, Bro. MorfordT Oct of 1200 registered votes in Apache county, 950 is the maximum vote polled. The St. John HeruM thinks that this is too snirll a pro portion, and a club is bcinc formed lo lock after the delinquents. Avtonio Joteph, delegate lo con gress from New Mexico, in a commun ication to the city council of Albu querque, says that the bill cedi...

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

AlgP 1 " """""" - .. ,. " ' " -' ' ----. - J rTI-1- J':-iiiirfrrii,rirrr M-Sfy iiTir -naaiwMw s i v. ti1 M -M6i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR'- City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVEttY EVENING (EXCKTT SUHUAY) i C; BAliG. Editor and ProDrietor. iKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Uua Vear - - t'o oo t Months - - 6 oo Oris Month (Delivered bjr Carrlr) - - I oo ADVERTIS1NO RATES: Doe Square, one Insertion - - - ja oo Kach subsequent insertion, per square - s oo OFFICE: Promont St., Opposite City Ball. Katrl tn th Torabatcn. Pto9u weend Usu mstw. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. 15. 11. KELLOGG. No. 310 Pine street, Room 57 and 58, baa Francisco. E. C DAKE, room 65. Merchant Exchange, San Francuco. GEO ' ROWELL. 10 Spruce St New lorlc N. W. AYER & SON. Philadelphia. AH trumctioas nude by the above nimed persons will be compacd with at the PROS PECTOR office. KINS SOLOMON LOOCE HO. S. F. 4 A. H it MHETS THE THIRD SATUK- xx ; day in each month at Masonic HalL All Visiunc Brothers in rood standing are Invited to a...

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

BBB4-"L'?',1"11 MM'-'-- J.uZT ""'-L-"'""" J--"'" "''l'l""IIM"'"CTm.l,oiL inii,-m-!!!racrm1frTrr,t fwimTWni j ' -v ,5V A- J5r it 2j "f. re. 1 1 ! i TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MAY, - 7, 1892 Artioas A. (ioutkeutcrn TTle Card. U. LKJLVE. ARRIYIS. Biffbce C.20 t jn Fairbank 8.15 a.m. Fsirbank 9.30 a. m. BisbeC 12.00 n'n Daily, exceul Sunday. ''Pacific tiD.1 Bks Williams, Supt MIkbsI MerTlce. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hcnr ending 3 o'clock p. m. May 7 . Maximum 72 Minimum , 48' LOCAL NOTES. M. G. Crowley is on the eick liaL m 13 prisoners arc in the county jaii Our public schools will close on the 27th of May. Freh Oysters always on hand at the Maison Doree. tf J. E. Montandon was a passenger on the noon coach. E. Beyer and wife were in town today from Charleston. J. E. Robbing and wife left for their ranch in Ash canyon today. Mr. fcMrs.G. W. Cheyney returned to-day from a visit to Fhenix. t Wm. Heyn. the custom house brok er, came up from Erontcras, to-day. A. ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
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