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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 May 1892

'P l-f :r"tftmfraim.n, i tj., ?) It I ! I, SAN CARLOS COAL. An Appropriation Made for . the Survey ol Coal Fields on the Reservation. The Commissioner ol Indian Affairs Recommends Their Segregation and Survey. Southern Arizona wants cheap fuel. Wc must havo it, and judging from the remarks made in the IIou.o on Thursday last it will not bo very long before the Snn Curios coal fields will furnish an abund.inco of cheap coal. The business before the House was the sundry appropriation bill. Mark Smith offered the following amend ment: "The stun of $3,000, or so much thero f as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated for the survey of the boundaries of tho coal lands in the White Mountain or S.in Carlos Indian Reservation in Arizona." Mr. Holman S Therr is no estimate for that, Mr. Chairman. If it be con sidered of importance why not take it from the survey of pub'.ic binds? Mr. Smith of Arizona: I am en tirely willing that shall bo done. If the gentleman will offer an amend ment to th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 May 1892

fw (jJYWVP -'tf ' li'W.i' -1i ll MI'K" ' mmmmwmm&ammi h i l i life .Monday's IMfr W. H. Barnes was a passenger on the incoming coach to-day. C. W. Pugh returned home today after a brief stay in Tombstone. Byron Water, a prominent min ing attorney of California, is at the San Jose, JL W. Wood left for Nogales yester day morning and will return probably to-morrow night. S.M. Franklin, one of Tucson's leading attorney, came in to-day on the stags. He has business before the court. Attorney Alexander did not mater ialize to-day as bad been expected, and the tax case of the county vs the S. P. Co. was not heard. A sharp sprinkle of rain fell just be fore daylight this morning. It cooled the atmosphere considerably, and more rain is anticipated. W. E. Payne & Co., Employment agents, 910 Union Avenue. Kansa City, Mo, furnish reliable help, male or female, any nationality in any quantity, and send them to all parts of the Union free of charge. Corres pondence solicited. 2,4m Adam Be...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 May 1892

: " - Mjmfmatam 4 ,iX . Wf . ' 1 it Ul K-l J, TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Oity and Cuuuty Oflicial Taper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Exceit Sunday) i. C" BAuO. Editor and ProDrietor. iKRM.S OK SUBSCRIPTION: .(-r.- - Jio oo Jin Vdfllhi - - - 6 OO ik. v.:ii,i.. irwin-tnl bv Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Souarc. one Insertion - - - ja oo K ..-li siibiui!ni Insertion, per square - I oo t , OFFICE: rromont St., Opposite City Hall tnUnd lnthTombton FMtofliMM Mod ti:wj mitttr. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. O. H. KELLOGG, No. 310 Pine street. Room 57 and 58, San Francisco. C DAKE, room 6j. Merchant Exchange. San jvraicisco. GEO. "- ROWEJ.L, 10 Spruce St. New York. N. W. AVER & SON, Philadelphu. All transactions n"le by the above named 1 arsons wfil be complied with at lie PKOs PECTOR office. KING SOLOMON LC.TCE HO. 5. F. A A- H- MEETS THE THIRD SATUK . 1 1 ...i1i. Matnme HalL , iur m iri:ii wvi. All Visiting Brothers In good standing . i:,n .,.1 S aerial meet ngs hen the flag is hoisted on the Ha...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 29 May 1892

g JSp- jf?' ; -- '-.-'. TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR MAY, - 28, 1892 Arlioaa Sc. Hoatheaaterai K. R Card. LEAVE. iEKITK Bisbee G.20 ejn Fairbank 8.15 a.ni. Fairbank 9.30 a. m. BisbeC 12.00 n'n Daily, ezctrl Sunday. Tacific tin?U Ben Williams, Supt. NtKMal HerTlce. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hcnr ending 3 o'clock p. m. May 28. Maximum 85s Minimum , W" LOCAL NOTES. Uo to Cochise H. &. T. Co. for cow boy hats. tf Mrs. C. K. Nugent is visiting friends at Bisbee. E. B. Gage and wile returned yes terday from Chicago. While Bedspreads 85c and up at the New York Store. Monday aezt bcisg Decoration Day. no paper will be issued from this office. George Metcalf has been appointed to take the school census in district No. 1. Jack Benton, chief of scouts at San Carlos has resigned, and Merijildo Grijalva has succeeded him. Every child in Tombstone who can get a horse to ride or drive will go to the river on a picnic on Monday. An assortment of Lamp Chimneys just receive...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 June 1892

Iff J THE EPITAPH jmhttoiie ptUip!) It issued Every Sunday and conUins all the reus of then trie as it appear? In the Daily Fjospfctor. A . Ten Cciitw a Copy- w VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JUNE 5, 1892 NO. 41 jg THE C-A3riA.XG-IV nj Will be a lively one Tlie ErrTArlt n will Rive alHhc newian uillbeicnt fjj n lo any address from m S jVowto . 1 1111. 1? lor ? Oi If 2l) ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. For Ioa-Cold Beer on Draught THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL - ASHEUSER BUSCH BElSfflNO: ASSO CIATION. OF ST. LOUls MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. ApplT MARTIN' COSTBLLO. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - $100,000. Qvj. BBHOT Geo. It Caskel K. W. Wood - - . Ptesidest Vice- President . Cashier Will Transact a General Business, Banking Ktcunse. Receive Deposits. Collections nude J. V. VICKERS FREMONT ST REAL ESTATE, MINES. MONEY AND INSURANCE REAL, ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented. MINES BouRht. Sold, and Managed. MONEY- Cains Negotiated, and laresircintj made .... IHSURA CE Fire. Accident an...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 June 1892

SttfcaWjMin.- 1 i n U "! i I 1 1 it 6 I! & TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Sunday Excepted) bv S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Kalea. One Year 110 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 Oue Month 100 Delivered by Carriers lor 25 cent per week. Sealed Proposals. Office of the Board of World's Fair ) Managers of Arizona, Pbenix Arizona April 28. I892. ) SEU.ED PROPOSALS ill be receivrd aj the CSiy of Tucson Anuria at 10 o'clock a. m. on the Mxih day or June 1B93 by the secre tiryof the Bjirdol Worli's Fair mtn-urers o' Ar.iona for the purchase of 1 hirty 'fhousand ($30,003) Dollsrs in lion Is Issue 1 under tlw art oi ihj Lgislttiv; Assemb'y l At izoot. rnut d "An act ii provide for ihe collecti.n. arrange ment and display of the products of the '1 rm tory of At trona at the World's Columbian Ex position of 1893" ai proved March I9 I891. and the art of Congress entitled "An act r tufting the act of the Sixteenth Territorial Legtslitive Assembly ol Arizona...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 June 1892

aiilWIHTfcWwiil,-,! li, . . I 7 ,JMP 5 VI n J Verdict for ?.GOO. Tho jury in Hie Swain vs Huachuca Water Co. co brought in u verdict last night for plilnlifF in ilio turn of fioOO. Tio smllnes of tlie amount was tlio only surprii-o to tlic public. The suit was lor JfS.OOO and tlio most conservative agreed that a jury would give halt that amount. Tlio plaintiff had a strong case and it km well handled, while tlio attorney for the defenso had a poor case to make a, showing on. The company will op peal from the verdict. FRANCE AWAKENED. Xew of tlio Uitmiltiuo Is Now Sonlit hj I calic irpacr. The most noticeable aspect of exposi tion work abroad just now Is the won derful awakening in Praucc to the magnitude- ami assured success of tlio enter prise. How Interest in Irancc might be stimulated has Ion? bocn -a subject of much consideration by the odciaK and committees having in charge tho for eign promotion. About six -.vcclts ngo there was a joint session of the foreign exhibition and pr...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 June 1892

MBga3gTflSa3836aBS ILtts, ? -ifei uu :Vit ' " ft? t r. s t i'i SII T 5. f ifi ft From Tuesday's Daily. The suit of McGairk has been dismissed. vs McGuirk Mr. A. W, Banning left on Satur day last for Indian territory. Thomas Duncan was made a citizen of the United States in the district court on Saturday. There was no western mail or ex press yesterday owing to No. 19 on the S. P. beiug behind time. Frank Strain has gone to Soldier Holes. Re has accepted the position of engineer at the Silver Bill mill. Engine Co. No. 1 will give & 4th of July ball at Mining Exphange Hall on the evening of Independence day. Mrs. A. A. Castaneda and family have returned from Benson where they have been visiting for a fortnight. George Metcalf and family will spend the summer months on their charming ranch in the Ramsey con yon. Miss Hannessy will act as school librarian during the vacation months. Books can bo exchanged Thursday afternoons. The stage came in yesterday covered with live freight, ha...

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

I M v i ; IN Ei -V" TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PCBIJSHEDKVEKYSUSDAVnYS.C.BAQO urEscmrrio bate: One year , $4 00 Bix months 2 50 IVsHrcred by carrier to any part of the city for 35 cents per month. At an election held at Tempo to determine the wish of the people on the proposition of building a $0,000 school house, there was not a dissent ing voice cast. Such a spirit ia what maVes our republic a solid institution. The action of General McCook in requesting the presence in his Xavajo exploring party of two prospectors was nu acknowledgement of the value of practical men and the utter worth lessness of book worms in a new country. Since the 1st of January corn has been going into the republic of Mexi co over the Mexican Central at a pretty lively rate. It is estimated that the loaded cars would make a train nearly seen miles long, carrying 35,000 tons.. A suit involving $18,000,000 has been brought up in the U. S. circuit court, in which S. . Carey asks that the tale of the Houston andlexas ra...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 5 June 1892

siiime-.'i v j "V- .1W h If J? ,V Hi v :r The rapid development of gouth Malern Arizona must soon attract capital to whcie boundless resources await the stimulating effect of its in-veatmcuL The result of the Democratic anti anap convention was not an enthus iastic afldir and failed to carry out the purpose for which it ws called. Hill is stronger than before it met. A rniVATE letter received from Mark Smith yesterday coutains a prophecy that the silver bill will not become a law until after the elections but that it will pats both houfesin five minutes time after the agony is over. Thk Harahaw Silver club has conn into the open letter business. Tin y have addressed one to L. C. Hughes, through the Enterprise. Mr. Hughes will be home in a day or two to- look into the matter. There is a strong pull being made with the Mexican congress t do away with tho free zone. This zone wai established to build up tho towns along the frontier, and now it is pro poied to kill them off again. Gov. ...

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

J sv t il K "ft ,11 (. tui W ti L TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and Couuty Oflicial Paper !,. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (EXCKIT SUNDAY") S. C.BAuti, Editor and Proprietor. ..i'tNte OF SUBSCRIPTION: Jue Vcser - - $o oo Six Mouiu - - - 6 oo Oat Mourn (Dehverrd by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: One :.raire. one insertion - - - ja oo Rich tuhvqiieat iiuertion, per square - I oo OFFICE: Froaoont St., 'Opposite City Hall. iOitsred Id lbs Tombstone Postofflee m (Mend class matter. AUT1XOBIZED AGENTS. IS. H. KEI.LOGG. No. 310 Room 57 and jc. Sin Fraacisca. Pne street, E. C DAKt", room 65. Merchant Exchange, San Francisco. GEO. V. ROWELU 10 Spruce St New York. N. W. AVER & SON', PhiUde'phU. A'l trumaions mil: by the abase turned persons will bi camp-ied with at the PRO-SPEC PUR ofia-. K1X2 S31MI3M LOOSE NO. S. F. & A. UL f MSErS THE THIRD SATUK- tlay in each month at Masonic Halt. All Viit"i2iroh7slngoodiancini; are invited to attend doecial meet ngs when Oic Sag is hoisted on the Ha...

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

', " f,l "J -3M Mi 'S , I I r r r TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JU2TE, - 4, 1802 Arliona 4c SoBtheHlcru R. Tiwe Card. ULiVE. AKBIVfc. JJisoee 6.20 ejn Fairbank 8.15 a.m. irbank 9.30 , m. Bisbee 12.00 n'n Daily, ezcttt Sunday. Pacific tin0 Bkk Wxluams, Supt. Hlcaitl Hcrrlce. Xbe following is the range of tlie thermometer for the 24 hen endinc 3 o'clock p. m. June 4 Maximum SG Hinimum 5S LOCAL NOTES. Toilet Soaps at Miller' drug store. Clove Fink perfume at Miller's drug store.. 2t JGrt Hart is in Tucscn on his way back from Los Angeles. A Dew lot of perfumes just received at Miller's drug store. L't Mrs. C. It. Nugent arrived home from Bisbee this morning. Try Orange Flower Perfume. For sale at Miller's drug etore. 2t Wm. Xeely left to-day for Globe, where he will remain for the summer. No news baa yet been received from the man lost on the desert near Yuma. J. If. Slaughter and Jimmy Howell bare gone to the San Bernardino ranch. King Watson an old-timer and for seventeen years a resident of ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

ffTHE CAMPAJn p Will be a lively one. The EMTATH K JQ trill give til the news and will be vent fjj In to any address from nj S lVov to Jan. 1, lor J2 $ mhMmm apfc THE EPITAPH U istced Every Sunday and contains all themewsof theweekas it appears in the Dailt P.'ositectob. Ten Cents a. Copy. ... VOL. XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. JUNE 12, 1892 NO. 42 mM J vk'A a sr lr 4 1 A I 61 V ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. For Ic-Oold Beer on Dranp;ht THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL AXHKUSER. BUSCH BEWIS;ASSO OlATIONf OF ST. LOUIi MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. Applrto JIAKTIN CU&TELLO. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - $100,000. CKl. BmoT Geo. It Carrel k. W. Wood - President Vice- President . . Cashier Will Transact a General Bankins Business, Eiuange. Receire Deposits, Collections made J. V. VICKERS FREMONT ST REAL ESTATE, MINES. MONEY AND INSURANCE RgAL ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented MINES Bought, So!d. and" Managed, MONEY- Loans Negotiated, and loTestinrnt. mi MSURAI CE Fire. Accident and Lif...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

4 ' -' - TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Schday Excepted) BY S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. ttubacrlptlon KatM. One Year... $10 00 Six Months 6 00 Three Months 3 00 One Mouth. .................. 1 00 Delivered by Carrier for 25 cent per week. It looki like the same old brand Cleveland and Harrison. What hate we done to be thus afllicted? The electric lights wont out during the call of states in the Minneapolis convention. It is always more appro priate that some deeds should be done under cover of darkness. Many persons beliei e that the re cent cold snap tvhich swept over the country was due to the Minneapolis convention. We must admit that it had a chilly appearance from the start. The Republican platform contains some good provisions. If they are carried out it will be as much of a surprise as was Whitelaw Reid's nOru ination as vice president. Thb greatest surprise in tbe Re publican platform is tbe plank advo cating tho rpecdy admittance of the territories into...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

X TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PUDUSIIKD bVKUV SU-NUAY 11Y S.C.llAOG tlBsCHIf-riOV KATE: One year. .. ...MOO Six months 2 50 felitered by carrier to any part of the city for Jo cents rr month. It looks now as though it were anything to beat Harrison. The chasm that separates the Hill and Cleveland forces in New York is but a prospect hole compared with the pit that party. Blaine is digging for his Pees i dent Ma.nvel of the Sauta Fe, will be in Los Angeles during the present month. He will be accom panied by several directors of the coa.juny. The Colorado delegates to the Be publican National Convention, left Denver with a special train. On the side ot each coach was a banner on which was inscribed "Blaine and Free Coinage." Blaise's withdrawal from the "President's cabinet at this time was rather a sneaking way of letting the Minneapolis convention know that ho did not mean what he said in his letter declining the nomination. The resignation of Blaine just he f jre the battle, coupled with th...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

. Tux session ot court just adjourned was a pretty satisfactory one all around. Harrison is laid up with tho gout, o wo are told. It is probably nothing more than a chill-Blaine, however. When the Blaine forces are strong enough to nominate their man on the first ballot, then they will take a bal lot, but not before. M. W. STBw.UTis on the committee of order of business, permanent or ganization and credentials. X. O. Murphy is on the committee on reso lutions. Minneapolis is reaping a harvest from the Republicans. The democrats will bear fruit at Chicago in a few days It takes republican fruit longer to ripen in Minnesota, it being further north than Illinois. Acting Governor Mokfoed, is the title he now carriss. The western stitea and territories have gold bug Ha. Tison on the hip: How throw him. The committeo on a biivci p'ank appointed by the committee on plat form of the Minneapolis convention is composed of three auti-silvcr men. Ir looks as though the Republican convention at ...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

FrfSi 'Vedntidati'i Daily. Court adjourned to meet July 11th. John P. Gray is spending a few Joys iu town. Judge Sloan And II. F.Ticlicnor and nife went to Tucson to-day. Tho defendant appeals in the case of Swain vs 'lluachuca Co., not the plaintiff. Sheriff Kelton took the two prison ers sentenced to Yuma down to the penitentiary to-day. Miss Nettio Rafferty returned homo to-day from a visit to California of several weeks' duration. Chamber of Commerce meet to night at rooms in legal row. Business of importance will oomo before the meeting. G. Nardini, the Turquois merchant was in town to-day. Ho is loyal to that camp. D. D. Ross is in from his saw mill . He is running full time and supplies the Copper Queen Co. with all the lumber he can produce. Mrs. Adamson who is visiting her parents in Germany writes that she is homesick and will bo glad to get back to "dear old Tombstone." G. Armeny left to-day for the- cast, and may possibly go to Europe before returning to Turquois to resu...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

M i I n . l! t I? r I' I Honday't Eeilg "Toilet Soap at Miller' drug store. Try Orange Flower Terfunie. sale at Miller's drug store. For 2t Mrs. Dave Thomas will leave during tbo present week to visit Denver friends. Billy Wilson, a well known Willcox citizen, died at Redondo, California last Friday. Davo Patterson . well known through out this section, died at the hospital yesterday, ire was aged 72 years. Vm. Brauch deeded his nursery property to his wife and will shako the dust of Tombstone from his feet to morrow. Miss Wilkenaon, who has been vis. iting her sister, Mrs. Jacob Miller, will leave in a few days for her home in Missouri. Mrs. R. A. Woodbury will leave Wednesday for Weslerville, Ohio, to visit a brother whom she has not seen for 20 years. Dr. Hamilton left for Los Angeles yesterday. Dr. Sullivan will attend to his patients during his absance which will not be over, two weeks. J. V. Vickers, who has been visiting Graham county reports the C. C. Co.'8 interests in good...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

y ""vfc TOMBSTONE PRG8PECTOR City iind County Ollicial f aper PUBLISHED EVEttY EVENIXG (Esckit Sunday) VI. BAliti, Editor and Tropnetor. aKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'Joe Vear - - $10 oo six Months - 6 oo One Monlb (Delivered by Carrier) - - I oo ADVERTISING RATES: Oae Squire, one insertion - - - y oo Aii subsequent int-rtJon, per square --too OFFICE: Fremont St., Opposite) City Hall. Entered tn the Tombstone Postomceas ascend class matter. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. O. II. KELLOGG, No. 310 Pine street. Room 57 and 58, San Francisco. E. C DAKE, room 65. Merchant Exchange, San Francisco. GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce St. New York. N. V. AVER & SON. Philadelphia. AH transactions made by the above named persons will be complied with at the PROS PECTOR office. KINC SOLOMON 100CE NO. 5. F. & A. K. MEETS THE THIRD SATUK- v j? j.s day in each month at Masonic 1 yJ( All Visiting Brothers in good stas '" are invited to attend. Special t HalL 1 standing are invited to attend. SDecial meet h& when t...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tombstone epitaph. — 12 June 1892

TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JUKE, - 11, 1892 Arlnaa ic Koatheulen K. K ''xne Card. -ssrsuSSfS LFMTK. AKBTVlt. , Bisbee G.20 c jn Fairbank 8.15 a.m. Furbank 9.30 a. m. BisbeC 12.00 n'n Daily, tzcert Sunday. "Pacific tirx0. Bk-s Williams, Supt. Nlsmal Hcrrlc. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 licnrs endinc 3 o'clock p. m. Juno 11. Maximum .................... 84s Minimum.... ............ ..... 49" LOCAL NOTES. Register! Register!! Kcg'utcl!! Viola Cream a". Miller's Drug Store. Tucson has organized a silver club. Carriage Sponges at Miller's Drug Store. 2t J. B, Ayers of Bisbee, wants to dis poie of his saloon. Sticky and Poison Fly Paper at Miller's Drug Store. 2t Foster has another storm ready for us about the 17th inet. Judge Gooding has declared the no fence law unconstitutional. The Yuma prison is getting too small for Arizona's criminals. Headquarters for summer under wear etc. Cochise II. &.. T. Co. Willcor is first in the field with a program for a 4th of J...

Publication Title: Tombstone Epitaph
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