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title: 'Bisbee daily review. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, October 28, 1906, MINING SECTION, Image 10',
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FAVORITES IN COCHISE COUNTY
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET
JOHN H. SLAUGHTER, CANDI
At tho urgent solicitation or a
friend In thu county, John It. Slaugh
Douglas, consented to roprcscnt his c
Slaughter Is perhaps tho best known
hem in higher regard by tho people,
years whon Cochlso county was in
entire west twenty years ago. As s
valuable sorvlcc. Slaughter was with
remnant band of Apacho Indians wo
Crlrtcahua mountains. Ho Is lntonso
Ills party and when ho goes to Phoon
of such laws as will redound to tho
that Mr. Slaughter's election will bo
man this year.
DATE FOR THE ASSEMBLY
largo number of his democratic
tor, of San Bernardino, or rather
ounty In Uio next legislature Mr.,
man in tho county and thero Is nono
Mr. Slaughter was sherirr for four
cllned to be wM and wooly, llko tho
hcrlft ho rendered his county "most
tho soldiers and scouts when tho. last
ro captured in tho foot tills of tho
ly patriotic and loves his county and,
lx It will bo to assist in the passage
welfaro or tho peopiet u is expected
by tho largest vote polled (or any
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HOtf. N. E. BAILEY.CANDIOrtTE FOR THE ASSEMBLY,
Mr. Ualloy represented his county in tho last legislature and though
one of the youngest members of that body he teas one of the' most promt
nont In the work accomplished. Ho was tho leader of the democratic
majority and one of the untiring workers through the entlro session.' Mr.
Ualloy was renominated by the convention without opposition and his
election Is ono of tho political certainties of tho present campaign.
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Hon.- Marcus A. Smith, Democra
needs' no Introduction to tho pooplo of
Arizona. Mark Smith Is on old-timer
In thu early days when tho old camp
states for Its production of silver.
Congress for eight torms and his
.hood lilll at tho lost session has on do
of tho Territory regardless of politics,
figures. at Washington whoro ho has
pressmen and Senators who nro wllll
eona's ablo delegate.
S A. SMITH,
For Delegate tp Congress. .
tic candidates for Delegate to Cougross,
Cochlso county or tho Torrlto.-y.of
In this county, coming to Tombstone
was renowned throughout tho Unltod
Mark Smith has served Arizona in
defeat of tho Hamilton Joint Stato-
arcd him more than over to tho peoplo
Mark Smith Is ono of tho prominent
a wldo ncaualntanco among Con
ug at all times to do a favor for Art-
HON. STEVE ROEMER, CAN
Tho re-nomination of Hon. Sto
after having served tho county In th
tun,. Is ovldoscc that his past r'ecor
his constituents in this county. Mr.
council and had twlco previously rep
fl(mhl. Tin llflR nltvnva hnnn nnn r,f
his unfailing energy has resulted In
among mom mo location or tno ter
t). jh ma pant record no snouiu o
uIDaTE FOR THE COUNCIL,
ve Hocmer, of Benson for tho council
reo previous sessions of tho Icglsla
d has been entirely satisfactory to
Hocmer was n member of tho last
resented Cochlso county In tho ns-
mo untiring workers at Phoenix nnd
securing many favors for his countv.
rltorlal reform school in his homo i
o returned to the council by aa in-j
Wo roafflrm nnd ropoat tho platform of the Territorial Democratic Convention ns fol
lows: Actuated by tho plainest dlctatos of self-interest nnd, as wo beliovo by tho loftiest mo
tlyoa of patriotism as well, wo declaro again our Jntenso opposition to the union of Arizona
with New Mexico into ono. stato. Wo further proclaim our unswerving purpose to maintain tho
independence, tho Integrity and autonomy of Arizona by resisting in every logltlmato way
known to freo men tho effort now bolng made by designing persons to Join this Territory In
an unjust, unequal and ruinous union with the overwhelming population of New Mexico, and to
this purpose wo pledgo tho veto of our party In tho coming election. And to securo tho defeat
of this unholy alliance, wo call with confidence on every truo citizen of Arizona of whatever
political party to unlto with us In preserving Inviolato tho laws, customs and Institutions of
our commonwealth from tho exploitation of New Mexico.
Undor hardships and disadvantages unknown to other stato bulldors tho peoplo of Arizona
havo reared a great commonwealth of which they are fond and of which they are Justly proud.
To them alone Is tho honor and glory of this achievement. They havo by exercise of high civic
virtues put Into easy and successful operation every energy of a groat and prosperous stato;
and they look with natural horror on any proposal to violate the promlso mado by Congress to
Arizona in our organic oct; by uniting them again to Now Mexico from which thoy wre, for
potent and proper reasons, separated more than forty years ago by tho Influenco and advice
of Abraham Lincoln.
Patriotism demands opposition to Joint statehood. tand on,thfl.broad prlnclplo of preserva
tion of our commonwealth all political parties can meet, and with, ono. accord, save tho state.
Wo aro unalterably opposed to joint statehood between Arizona ,and Now Mexico, nnd
would prefer to remain a territory forovor than to accept statehood under such conditions.
Wo declaro for an honest nnd equal taxation of all property Justly subject to tho samo, in
cluding mines and corporation without discrimination ln-favor of.'anyono whosoever, so that
tho wealth of tho country may hear Its full proportion of tho, .burdens of government.
Tho Hepubllcan National administration, In its .pernicious efforts to forco Arizona. Into a
union with New Mexico, against practically tho unanimous protest of-lier peoplo, perpetrated
tho groatest political crime In tho history of onr government, and wa'.congratulato tho people of
this tarrltory that through the efforts of our distlngulshoddelegato jt'o Congress, Hon. Marcus
A. Smith, backed by tho patriotic citizens of tho terrltory( this calamity, was averted.
Wo rejolco In tho splendid success of tho unboaten, nnd. unbeatabloV Democrat, tho .Hon
Marcus A. Smith, whoso brilliant service In the, Congress, otahb United States. Is tho possession
and the prldo of tho whole territory, in splto of treachery and unheard -rot' difficulties Arizona,
under his leadership, still retains her Integrity rtnd autonomy. Wo appeal to all citizens of the
territory, Irrespective of party, to lay aside partisan prejudice, and jolnnwith us on tho broad
platform of patriotism and love or Arizona, and return h!m,to tho position ho has so signally
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Tho Democrats of Cochlso .County desire to express their appreciation- .of tho patriotic
sorvlco rendered Arizona by Senator J. II. Foraker and other Hepubllcan' Senators who camo
to our aid during tho efforts mado to Join this territory twlth New.MoxIco as ono, stato. Tho
chairman of this convention is instructed to send a copy of this resolution to Senator Foraker.
Wo endorao nnd commend William Jennings Bryan, tho' peerless .leader of tho common
pooplo who has ovoV been found arrayed in battle against tho money. , ppwor," tho trusts and
grasping corporations", fighting always fori tho rights of tho.toll'er, tho 'small' tradesman and tho
honost buslnoss man.- '- " 'a, I
Wo congratulate, tht) peoplo of Cochlso County on, the general-prosperous condition pre
vailing and de3lro to call their attention to tho excellent condltlonp'oMhopubllc affairs In tho
county brought about by n Democratic administration,- which-through-economy has reduced
the tax rato In Coolilso County during the last four years from 4.B0to-$2.C5 on tho $100 valua
R. S. HUNT, CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF.
Mr. Hunt was elected as sheriff two years ago; ho is ono oAhe
pioneers of Arlibna, having worked In tho'mlnea-in this county for 'nioro
Jinn twentr years. His record in tho offlco which ho asks again .-has
sen efficient and Impartial. Every duty has .been performed promptly
nd tho exponso of tho office has been kept at tho very Ibwest posslblo
lgure. Investigation ot tho official record of Stewart Hunt is-Invited with
confidence that 'it will Insure his election.
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F. W. QOOOBODY, FOR PROBATE JUDGE
Judge Qoodbody la uUag for a second ttrm In th offlc which ha
now holda and In which h hu madt an wctUMit record . Familiarity
with tho laws governing th probat court, constant In th pwrtorisaBOt
of iwbllc duty Impartially makes his ro-eiecHon specially QeslraWe.