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BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11. 1U0 :.
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Paclfio Time one hour earlier than City time
a. M. Miles. STATio'sa Miles, p.m.
8:05 1 3
.. South Blsbee.,
Flag Stations stop on Slgnnl.
T. R. STILES,
R. C. MORGAN,
15.7 11. -00
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Benson, leave 4:57 p.m.
Tucson, arrive 7:20 "
Maricopa," 9:10 '
Phoenix, ' 6:30a.m.
Passengers for Phoenix, from tho east or
((est, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
ing car and hotel accommodation.
Yuma, urrlve 3:00 a.m.
Los.Angolot, arrive 12: noon.
Benson, leave 9:06 o. m.
WlMcox, arrive. . .v 10:42 "
Bowie, " 11:55 "
Lordsburg, " , 1:45p.m.
Deming, .. ..'.. 3:80 "
ElPaso " 6:00 "
New Mexico and Arlionn Itnllrond.
fieawn, leave 5:80 p. in.
Fdrbank, arrive 6:13 "
Nogoles, " 9.-O0 "
Nogales, lonvo 5:10 n. m.
Falrbank, arrlvo 7:37 "
Benson, " 840 "
Nogales, leave ,.,., . .... 10:05 p. m.
Hormosillo, arrive 5:15 a.m.
Uuaytnas, " 9:10 "
Guaymas, loave 6:00 p.m.
Hcrmoslllo, arrive 9:32
Notcalet " 5:00 n.ui.
Santa Fo Proscott and Fhoenlx Itnllrond.
Phoenix, loavo , 10:00p.m.
Hot Springs Junct., arrive 11:47 "
Congres Junot " 18:55 a.m.
Jerome Junct., B SO
Ashfork " !
Unanimous Support of
AND UNANIMITY PREVAILED
A Strong Ticket Chosen -Good
Candidates Will Take the
For Sheriff A. V. Lewis, of Bisbee,
For District Attorney E. "Vv". Land,
For Probate Judge C. R. Bostwick,
For Treasurer M. D. Scribner, of
For Asssessor Walter T. Fife, of St.
For Recorder Frank Hare, of Tomb
stone. For Superintendent of Public Schools
-E. A. Nichols, of Willcox.
For County Surveyor George C.
Clark, E. M., of Bisbee.
1. Thos. R. York, of West Huachuca.
2. P. J. Delehanty, of Benson.
3. B. F. Graham, of Bisbee. i
For Territorial Council Henry J.
Gray, of Tombstone.
1. Stephen Romer, of Benson.
2. John S. Merrill, of St. David.
3. Michael Gray, of Poarce.
The above ticket was placed in nom
ination by the democratic cpunty con
vention at Benson yesterday. The con
vention was in no sense a "proxy con
vention," it being one of the best at
tended ever held in the county. Dr.
Sweet, of Bisbee, called the meetirfir to
order, and in accordance with a vote pf
the convention, after he had been
unanimously chosen temporary chair
man and Judge Sanders, of Benson,
temporary BecretPry, appointed the
On Credentials James Lotson, of
Bisbee; D. K. Wardwell, of Huachuca;
John Henlnger, of Tombstone, Michael
Gray, of Pearce, and A. H. Wein, of
On Order of Business and Permanent
Organization W. C. Land, of Benson;
T. F. Chandler, of Bisbee; James
Rellly, of Tombstone; J. J. Riggs, of
Brannock, and Harry Raflerty, of Bis
bee. Then the first division came on the
question of voting for candidates by
secret ballot or viva voce. The latter
method was adopted by a vote 34 to 30.
An adjournment was then taken until 1
Upon reassembling, the above com
mittees reported, and their reports
were adopted without division. The
temporary organization was made per
manent, and the Chair was instructed
to appoint a committee of Ave on Plat
form and Resolutions. The committee
named was Charles Winston, of Bisbee;
Dr. R. A. Alton, of Willcox; P. J. Del-
ohantey, of Benson; BnnPneed, of Her
eford, and B. J. O'Reilly, of Naco.
The convention then proceeded to
tho choico of a county ticket.
For candidate for sheriff four men
were placed in nomination, Sidney R.
Mullen, A. V. Lewis and George B.
Wilcox of Bisbee, and M. C. Benton
of Tombstone. On the first ballot the
voto stood: Mullen 13, Lewis 27, Wil
cox 8 and Benton 18. Mr. Mullen was
then given permission to address the
convention, and in a neat speech with
drew from the contest In favor of Mr.
Lewis: The second ballot stood: Lewis
35, Wilcox 15. Benton 10, and Lewis
was declared the nomtneo.
E. W. Land and Benjamin Morgan
of Tombstone and O. Gibson were then
placed In nomination for district attor
ney. Tho ballot resulted as follows:
Land 30, Morgnn 10, Gibson 11, and
Lsnd wa declared elected.
M. D. Scribner'8 name was then pre
sented to the. convention for candidate
for treasurer and he was nominated by
Frank Hare and M. J. Brown were
nominated for county recorder, und the
convention selected Hare by a vote of
35 to 33.
Cyru R, Bostwick of Huachuca was
chosen by acclamation for candidate
for probate judge.
Then followed tho most tiresome part
of tho convention when the delegates
wore trying to decide which of the fol
lowing nominees to place In tho field
for county assessor: Walter Fife of St.
David, A. W. Howe of Bisbee, F. W
Heyne of Ruoker, A. Wentworth of
And other good speakers will address you. Come out
' everybody and hear good oratory and good music
Tombstone and Thomas Steole of Will
cox. Tho first ballot gave Fife 13, Howp
13, Heyne 18, Wentworth 15 and Steele
7. Mr. Steele then withdrew in favor1
of Mr. Wentworth, and the second
ballot resulted in giving Fife 13, Howe
14, Heyne 23 and Wentworth 17. Tho
Steele men were evidently going for
Heyne instead of Wentworth, as Mr.
Steele had requested. Third ballot
Fife gained at tho expense of Heyne.
Mr. Howe then withdrew, and the con
vention voted that after the succeeding
ballot that the lowest man be dropped
from the list. The fourth ballot re
sulted in giving Fife 21, Heyne 28 and
Wentworth 18. Wentworth's name
was then dropped, and there being now
only two candidates the convention
gavo the nomination to Fife by a vote
of 35 against 32 for Heyne.
E. A. Nichols of Willcox was chosen
by acclamation for candidate for Super
intendent of public schools.
Mr. Heyne declined the nomination
for county surveyor and Geo. C. Clark
of Bisbee was nominated by acclama
tion. The following named gentlemen were
placed in nomination - for supervisors:
P. J. Delehanty of Benson, A. H. Weln
of Rupsellville, B. F. Graham of Bis
bee, Richard Humphrey of Bisbeo,
Thomas R. York of West Huachuca
and J. H. McPherson of Tombstone.
It was agreed that the three receiving
the largest number of votes on the first
ballot should be declared the nominees
of the convention. Tho ballot resulted
as follows: Delehanty 38, Wein 27, Gra-1
ham 37, Humphrey 13, York 55 and
McPherson 26. York, Delehanty and
Graham were declared the party's can
didates. The convention was then up against
the hardest problem it had tj solvo,
the choosing of an acceptable candi
date for the territorial council. Con
siderable time was wasted in blind,
hopeless groping for something that
everybody knew was not within reach.
The delegates were by this time tired,
hungry and cross. Several available
men, including Packard, Rellly, Ro
mer, O'Reilly and Co, flatly refused
to serve. Several men whom the lead
era knew stood no earthly chance of
being elected stood willing. Among
them were Gibson of Willcox. Mike
Gray and Monmonler of Pearce. This
may be unfair to Monmonier, who wus
absent. Colonel Ben. Morgan of Tomb
stone was nominated, but declined
without thanks. Tho only opposition
to Henry Gray of Tombstone was the
belief that ho would decline the honor.
Finally, in desperation, the convention
decided to nominate him anyhow, and
as he was not present to decline at the
time it is hoped that he will lend tho
strength and popularity of his name to
the party ticket.
After hunting In vain for other
names, the ab 've mentioned candidates
for the lower house of the legislature
were put upon the ticket,, which was
After an intermission tho Hon. B. A.
Packard of Packard was chosen bv ac
clamation for chairman of the county
central committee, and Mr. C. F. Nich
ols of Bisbee its secretary. The com
mittee was then created and stands as
For Bisbee James
Conlon, F A. Sweet,
N. Jones, V. B. Stiles,
Lotson, H. E.
J. S. Taylor, J.
M. J. Cunning-
ham, F. S. Douglas.
B. A. Paokurd, Chairman.
C. F. Nichol?, Se crotary.
For Tombstone H. J. Gray and J.
For Willcox Dr. R. A. Alton. .
For Pearce Josoph Blgnon.
For Benson, Tre6 Alamos und Pool's
For Naco-Horeford B. J. O'Reilly.
For Fort Huaohuca, Iluuchucu Sid
ing, West Huachuca, Carr's and Mil
THE OPERA HOUSE .
EVENING, OCTOBER 12
ler's Canyons D. K. Wardwell.
For St. David's and Falrbank
Norrls. For San Simon and Toviston
For San Bernardino, 4-Barand Ruck
or John H; Slaughter.
For Brannock, Wilgus and Dos Ca
bozas ,1. J. Riggs.
For Turquoise, Middlemarch, Bar
rett, Hardy, Black Diamond and Bul
For Russellville, Cochise and Ben
nett A. H. Wein. .
The roport of the committee on plat
form was unanimously adopted.
The democratic party of Cochise
county, in convention assembled, in
dorse without qualification the plat
form and candidates of the Kansas City
convention, and sadly regrets that re
publican domination at the national
capital by withholding statehood from
Arizona, prevents us from recording
our votes for the same.
We denounce the republican doctrine
that territories have no rights under
the confitltutton, but can enjoy only
such liberties as congress may deem
'fconslstentwlth their welfare" to be
stow. We indorse the Hon. Marcus A.
Smith us the regular democratic nomi
nee for delegate to congress, and invite
all voters who have at heart the best
interests of Arizona to assist us in re
electing tho leading statesman of our
commonwealth to the office to which he
has been fain- nominated and which
he has so creditably filled.
We promise to do all in our power to
defeat tho republican scheme to cap
ture the territorial legislature, and
will endeavor to send a solid demo
cratic delegation from this county,
pledged to repeal tho law which com
pells a voter to pay his poll tux 'before
Cochise now being a first class coun
ty, we believe it should bo officered by
first class men, and therefore present
for the endorsement of the people a
ticket selected with extreme care.
Every man named is preeminently
qualified to perform tho duties of the
particular office to which he has been
Wo favor the election of men to tho
office of supervisor who have property
intorests within the county, and who
have shown ability in conducting pri
vate business affairs, thereby proving
their fitness to conduct tho affairs of
We favor an equitable aud just
assessment of tho taxable proporty
within the county, and believe that
more care in this direction would
place tho burdens of taxation where
they more justlylbelong.
We renew tho standing pledge of the
democratio partv to strict economy in'
tho various branches of government
and congratulate our citizens on tho
near approach of tho day when the old
indebtedness of the county shall be
paid off and the rate of taxation can bo '
reduced at least ono half.
The nominations wore all made unan-i
imous, resolutions of thauks were
adopted to tho Benson democrats for
their hospitable entertainment of the
convention, to tho A. & S. E. railroad
for half rates and Special train, and to
the officers of the convention. With
three cheers for Col. Bryan and for
Mark Smith, the convention adjourned,
Berlin Manufacturer Intends to Com
pete With the United Slates.
Berlin, Oct. 11 Tho Berlin firm
of L. Borplg.the larppRt German manu
facturer of" locomotive, has just com
pleted its first locomotive built on an
Amorican pattern, with American tools
and under an Amoricnn superintend
ent. Tho Horaig 11 rm intends to obtnin
a big business in European countries In
rivalry with tho Unltud States.
PLED WITH TIH: fUNDS.
Poorly Paid Casbirr Took One Hundred
Jerskv City, Oct. 11. An instance
occurred of the result of underpaying
Tho Elizabeth Bunk raid its cashier
the munificent sum of fifteen dollars
Tho official was a trusted employe
and had full control of tho assets of the
Unable to live on his salary, the
cashier became reckless, and in re
venge for what he considered the mis
erly and unfair treatment at the hands
of the directors fled, having wasted
and taken with him the sum of one
hundred thousand dollars.
The loss was discovered during the
morning when inquiries wero made for Tn
the cashier, who was absent from the
The amount included tho surplus
funds of the institution.
HOME IN BELGIUM P0n KRUGER.
Grandson of Oom Paul Going to Urus
sels to Prepare a Residence.
Rorenzo Marques, Oct. 11 Mr.
Eruger's grandson, Eloff, will sail Oc
tober 10 to prepare a residence In Brus
sels for the former president of the
Transvaal. The latter will sail on the
Dutch cruiser Gelderland a few days
London, Oct. 11. A dispatch re
ceived from Lord Roberts 8ays: "The
number of prisoners captured or sur
rendered is dally increasing and must
now aggregate nearly. 10,000 men.
Commandant Muller has surrendered
.to Clery, and Commandant Dirk6en and
others are on their way to Pretoria to
"A detachment of tho London Irish
endeavored to surprise a party of Boers
near Bultfonstein October 4, but had
to retire after three hours' fighting,
with six men wounded.
Aliwal North, Cape Colony, Oct.
11. General De Wet is reported to be
a few miles south of Wcpener, in the
Orange River cplony, about seventy
tnilps north of Aliwal North. The
Boers near hero are In. a state of great
excitement. All tho outpost camps
have been called in and preparations
are being made to defend the town. A
detachment of the Cape police engaged
in reconnoitering Rouxville, somewhat
less than half way between Aliwal
North aud Wegener, rode out of one
end of the town as the Boers galloped
in at the other end. Some of the Roux
ville merchants havo destroyed their
stocks to prevent them from falling into
tho hands of the Boers.
TO GIVE BRILLIANT PETE.
Errazuriz Will Resume Official Duties
With Grand Ceremonies.
Valparaiso, Oct. II. There will be
a brilliant ceremony when President
Errazuriz resumes his official duties on j
November 0. 1 ho diplomatic corp3 ar.d I
manv prominent men are invited. Con-1
gross will be opened November 15 for a
CABINET Ts READY.
Document Will he Laid Before the
Belgrade, Oct. 11. The commis
sion appointed to luok into tho abuses
of tho late cabinet presided over by Dr.
Vandan Georeevltch is ready to lay Its
report before the ministerial council.
Twenty Men Beaten.
Hazelton, Oct. 11. Yesterday
twenty workmen wero attacked by a
mob of strikers and beaten severely.
Two were fatally injured.
Rioting and Bloodshed
STRIKE MAY CEASE MONDAY
State of Affairs at the Mines.
Hope Entertained of
Wilkesbarre, Oct. 11. Some fifty
strikers and their families In this re
gion have asked helo from the miners'
union and are patiently waiting for It.
They have been supplied since the be
ginning of the week by the -local un
ions, but their number is increasing
daily and their condition Is growing
worse. Several hundred are expected
to be asking for food by next week, and
not many of the 15,o00 in this city will
be able to hold out until the end of the
month if the s'trike lasts tnat long.
Tho general committee representing
the union of this city and adjoining
towns today referred their difficulties
In answering tho demands to President
Mltehell, and after a conference with
t '.'?$ e.'ive" boar? ie Informed the
c itr . iP ' at aid would
be sent as sck
tho tcommittf-e ?, K do the best it can
with'the needy orPJ.
Most of the st jfkers who have ap
plied are men with large families, and
the$ require a large amount of sup
hf't t "bf union will probably furnish
'$ Y.Kh ftpey. Until arrange-
nj -uikiuafor cgenlng a dis
tributing station: s' c "" , .&
,Vhen this is under way the strikers
will be required to apply there for sup
plies, und a careful record will be kept
to show that each man is using his
With this first touch of the strike
suffering in the air there is considera
ble dissatisfaction among the foreign
ers, in this city and neighborhood,
chiefly the Poles, Huns and Slavs. They
had been led to expect as much as 88
per week while on strike, and that is
the reason why some of them joined
the union. They understood they would
get as much money while on strike as
they made while at work, or more.
Otherwise they would not have joined
Whther this dissatisfaction may lead
to an attempt on the part of some to
resume work Is not known. If the
companies opened their collieries and
attempted resumption a number of men
would report for work. The compa
nies, however, see that such a course
might cause & great deal of trouble and
lead to some violence, and It is not.
likely they will attempt it.
Hazelton, Oct. 11. The riot at
Oneida yesterday was very 6erious.
Two men are dead and two very badly
A coal superintendent was nearly
beaten to death by a crowd of women.
NOME WORKED OUT.
Assayer Whitehead Reports Some of
the Sluices Don't Pay Expenses.
Washington, October 11. Cabell
Whitehead, assuyer of the mint, and at
present acting as expert special agent
of the mint bureau at Nome City,
Alaska, In n report dated Sept. 3, to
George E. Roberts, director of the
mint, says th'ut the Nome beach has
been worked out practically, aud that
some of the sluices have not paid ex
penses. The entire beach product for the
year Is estimated at from 8250,000 te
9300,000. Much of the gold dust in cir
culation at Nome, Mr. Whitehead says,
comes from Dawson.
SPAIN MUST REPORT.
Roblcdo Denounces Situation
In Land of the Don.
Madrid. Oct. 11. Senor Romero
y Robledo has caused a stir by his re
cent violent speech dealing with the
political and economlo situation InSpain.
Ho declared that If matters continued
long as they were now revolution would
be Inevitable. He has always been a
staunch supporter of monarcy but he
hinted that he might espouse the re
Llpton Issues Challenge.
LONDON, Oct. 11. Sir Thomas Llp
ton yesterday Issued a challenge .for
another yacht race for tho America
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