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BTSBEE, ATIIZONA, MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 6. 190).
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CONDUCTED BY THE COUNTY CENTRAL. COMMJTTEU
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MURPHY SPEAKS IN BISBEE
Made Many Votes
HIS COURSE WAS ENDORSED
Statehood shovit the Only Issue
; vmidAU NoKHThfl Y
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of Nsw York
-HON. K. 0. MURPHY
0. 0. WARNER
- For Aneinlilyrueu
Hi M. WOODS
P. a O'BRIEN
A. H. N0R0R09B
0. L. OUMMINOS
Ai,t war. oorar
Govfc'fnor- Murphy ie all right in JUt-
... bi. That fact vat provan Saturday.
The opara house meeting was the best
the campaign has known on eithsr etde
of the political fence, both Jn point of
nttentlou and in quantity of atteudanc.
It wasj'Ot a paekiid meeting, full of
claqucr and nolao; it rather was a
meeting of voUrs who desired to know
the truth. This they hsard. Butthej
hard no vord of diicourtesy conosrn
in Mark Smith, the man who has
been parading the territory for weeks
hurling abuse at the republican nomi
nee. Rathsr they heard a calm dis
passionate presentation of tba only
true issue of the campaign, statehood,
and a refutation of the Smith eharg-es
'that plainly damonstrated their falsity.
' Judge WW jot and J. C. Adams wer
not with the governor, when he was
met at the depot by a tbroug of enthus
iastic BUbeeltes. Judge Wright bad
tnWsed hie train-to Tucson, and Mr.
Adams, chairman of the Republican
Territorial Central Committee, bad
been called back to Phoenix to direct
.the closing work, of tho campagn
TALKED TO THE TOILERS
, The Governor was called upon to ad
dren the ininere of the night shift
from the veranda of the library build
ing. Though hoarse from a cold that
came of traveling by day and night, be
guve a ringing though short address
that furnished good food for thought to
' the men who obey the 6 o'clock whistle
at tho bead of the shaft.
In the evening, Chairman Campbell
of the county central committee, pre
sided, ths county candidates furnlehinir
'background on the tage.
Jaa. H. McCllntock, of Phoenix, was
the flrat speaker. He briefly referred
to the noble record that Bisbee men
had made In tht Spanish war, and aid
he trusted that the patriotism that
marked the city tbr years ago had
77., , , ' , ,' "rTlT""F'.""i,si?: not vanished in the face of a crisis
Befora casting their much more important than even the
IESliHABlf.lt Y ballots to-morrow the liberation of Cuba, Governor Murphy 'b
OF voUrs of tbU cuuuty eudoruement would mean the endorse-
OVERLOOK should carefully eou. ment of Prasident McKlnley.'s patri-
aider the qualifica- otic policy. Statehood could eome only
tiooa of the repective candidate for through republican suoseit. The gov-
H. 0. BTILLMAN
S'or Dlitrlot Attorner
G, W. SW,AIN
For Probate Judge
W. P. BRADLEY
C. A. OVERLOOK
J. A. ROCKPfiLLOW
g, b; rejay
JTo.v Bnptllutcudont of Sohoolt
F. 0. W1LLARD
4.Fpr Justice of the Pce
S. K. .WILLIAMS
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th offlce of aies$or. Indubitably the
mjseisorahlp is in a sense the most im
portant of the county's offices. A com
petent asieeser by the exerelse of good
judg ment may eave the tax payers of
the county many thousands of dollars.
On the other hand, by ill-judged and
extravagant appraijment ijf property catchy methods of the political orator,
value and the concomitant cost of law and never work to secure perfunctory
suits he may plunge his shire hopelessly appluuss for cleverly rounded oratori-
into debt Of the two candidate, cnl periods. He fjpeak? because he hue
ornor's public service were given
proper praiw, and hie administration
was declared the quietest and most ef
ficient the territory had ever known.
Governor Murphy epoko for about an
hour and hie words wera given the
closest attention. He has none of the
while both are competent, Charles A.
Overlook U by far the more desirable
Not only is he thoroughly qualified for
the position by long oxperienae as
property holder In this county, but. his
genial, hearty temperament is sufficient
guarantee to the discerning that the
tim of his possession of the oftlce will
bemarkedby just discretion
something to ay Wheu he 13 doni.
DEMOLISHED ALL CHARGES.
The speaker first paid attention ty
the charges" that Mark Smith aui
hi; strikers hare besn making through
out tho territory. He presented the
"special car'1 and "brass band'' sec
tions of to democratic speeehei;
morolr to show their childishness He
wild-cat company had to shut doyii.
That fact only demonstrated-the truth
of the assertion? of the circular. "Wild-.-cat
companies do not care whether!
they have mines or not. They only 1
want something to'issue wlld-oa't stocky
upon. He illustrated '-the pttte? auoh
operations have upon ..investors a'ndi
showed if bat through fake mines legit- (
iroate enterprises in Arizona had been
A ESW LIES ARE NAILKD.
The stock argument that the Repiib-1
ltcan party Imd caused the closlug of
the silver mlnee he demolished by the !
simple statement of a fact wall known
to every miesr in Bisbee, that the sil
ver mines of Tombstone, and all the
more important silver properties
throughout the territory closed down
befors silver dropped below a dollar an
ounce, Silver has bsen advancing and
is bound to ccme up, for the demand
ror it Is Increasing . It was reported at
(55 cents last weak sud will surely reagh !
70 cents or mors. Even now tho old ;
silver mines are being Investigated bv :
capitalists, represented by Frank M. 1
Murphy, and it is probable that the
oamp will be revived by them and
again be made a great producer.
The accusations of Rochester Ford
about the Pima county railway bonds
were shown little. less than venal.
Rochester Ford had accepted a re
tainer from the Pima county supervis
ors as counsel against the brids, and
to the supervisors had declared that
the bonds were illegal and void, beyond,
the shadow of a doubt. Now ha de
clares 'on the stump that the funding
bill amendments, w-hlch were In exist
ence when bo took the retainer, make
the bonds & legal charge against the
county. Gov. Murphy pointedly sug
gested to Mr. Ford that be had better
return. to the county the retainer be
had accepted on the basis of the illegal
ity of the bonds.
Trusts were shown not a Republican
institution, by any means. That they
are common to both parties was shown
b; the illustrations of Boss Croker at
the head of the New York ice trust and
Chairman Jones of the Democratic
National Committee the main owner of
stock in the notorious Round Bale
Cotton Compress trust.
In conclusion the Governor dealt!
foraibly with the matter of Statehood.
He showed the necessity of plaoing
Arizona in the Republican coluroa this
year, as the president and congress will
assuredly be republioan till March i
and every sign of the times points tc
word the triumphant return of William
McKlnley to the presidential ohair,
There can be no doubt that the ad
dress made a profound impression upon
the Citizens of Bisbee. They were'
shown they had been lied to and triok-c-d
and that the governor bad been only ,
vilified and misrepresented by thei
opposition. Naturally tbey are indig-1
nant, for no man Is pleased when he
finds he has been fooled and deceived.
It was the wish of the citizens of
Bisbee that the governor spend at least
a day in Bisbee, but he was compelled
to, hurry away, to All. engagements, that
had been made for him at other points, i
H went assured that Bisbee had been
jet aright and that the city would Join
the couuty in rolling up a substantial
majority for him in south-eastern Arizona.
William 'Jennings Bryan, of Nebraska
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CE-PR ESI DENT
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evenson, ot Illinois
'"' .Hie Republican parity, by withholding Statehood, ha prevented us from voting for
these two names, but it can not prevent us from rejoicing when there comes over the wires'
the GEORIOUS NEWS of their ELECTION!
FOR COUNCILMAN .:
James S. Robmson
Au able lawyer. ' A loyal Democrat and
Friend of the Workingman.
'."'. Of Benson
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. .': 3. E BrowR,JCH
' Of Bisbee
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FOR PROBATE JUDGE
C. R. Bostwick
An intelligent, educated fairminded maul
Not a chronic office vseeker "' '.,
Walter T. Fife
of Saint David
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All good, honest representative men,
From different walks' in" life and different'
pajrts pf; the,, county. . Pledged to repeal the
Poll Tax Law. ' 'a"
Adelbert V. Lewis
A giant in size and strength.
kind.- Knows every 'hiding place in the
county. John Slaughter's choice..
M. D. Seribner
Judging bv what hae been seen in
every town in Arizona, Mark Smith had been ueeused of being the enemy
would only disgrace Arizona in Wash- of labor Thrte bllli he had vatosd In
ington. At one time hia ability was the last legislature were boing flaunted
not denied today it 1j denied. He has in the face of the voters. One of
deteriorated and through a cause too those bills had bsn Tetod because it
plain to bypassed over. Hh personal lacked an enacting clause; its ihtro-
habits are ?uch that he cannot be safely ducer had voted to sustain the veto,
trusted. Every intelligent oitteou of Another had bein so engrossed as to
Coohise countv knows this to be true, absolutely change tne meaning 01 toe
Th day of Mark Smith's proprietor,
ship of Cochlea county is gone, though
he still boasts he has it in hit pocket.
The citieens of the count; near no
. .: of Tombstone
Has proven himself possessed of all the.,
qualities neeeded for discharging' the-dutiei?'. -of
the office in a perfect' manner. -.-- f
FOR .RECORDER?' V
A thoroughly competent officer,
him where he is for another term.
Do you note that all of Mark Smith's
epoeches that are not flamboyant do
Quotations ate personal vilifications?
Only bsea mind could thus descend
It is time that Arizona ceased to ex-hlblt-her
"wild and woolly" side .
No man should vote bec.iusa of preju
dice or because he has been accustomed
to voting in u certain way. Vote for
no- man whom you feel you could not
trust . with your ow n personal affairs
andfunda. Think well before jou cast
your ballot and have no regrets there
after. . .'iim
Some things die and are decently,
buried. Some things live, to be a
noisome offence. Smith is still telling
bill; its introducer, too, had patticl
pated in the unanimou., vote by which
the legislature sustained the veto- An
other bill was returned to him by At
torney General Herring with an opin
ion that its provisions In sovaral sec
tions were entirely unconstitutional.
He paid brief attention to tho charge
that he was an tnemy to the miner,
and qulokly demonstrated that the, ac
cusation was a falsehood, straight and
Don't torget that Judg Swain is
pledged to economy in the management
of tho distrlot attorney's offlee and in
tho general administration of county
Edward W. Land
of Tombstons: J'
Always on the side of economy, in advW
ing the Board of Supervisors.
He will lower your taxes by assessing i;
, Pr?Petfy that haa hitherto escaped.
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" FOR SURVEYOR
George C. Clark
Ha the dtgree of Mining. Engineer.
There is no better, surveyor in Arizona.
He will be a credit to the list of county
FOR SUPT. OF SCHOOLS
E. A. Nichols
A highly ducated gantlemau. Noted for
executive ability .and effective methods oi organi
zation. Has bseu activa in public sohool matters -in
this county for 20 years, Undeniably th man
for the placa.
P. X Delehanty
Thomas R. York
B. F. Graham
. All wn who b jproptrty internes in theount.
All men successful In the management of their own
affairs. The bsst supervisor ticket ever submitted to
the voters of this county. Graham Is ths onlv poslblo
member from Bisbee VoU for thetnfill '
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Georoe B. Wilcox and J. w. Wright
Amile Kunz and James raoan
Th election ot these men means a just and Impartial
ettlement of all difficulties submitted to theman or
derly and quiet town and an active health officer.
Speaking only of national hsuei,
Henry Willis, lately a domoorat, said :
"I'd rather be oalled a bolter than 0
trusted as s friend of a Phlllplno
.mple. He was in favor of honsst
mining, but opposed to wildcat moth- Do you note thers U a conspicuous
niH that brought distrust and diueruoe abaonQe of hobos this vearf Those
that old, old, decayed story of tho man up0Q the torrito,,y. He and hisbrothor who will work are working and those
in the railway accident who got his wore IntOTMtea in mne, fiWj bsllaved who won't work art In jail-
trousors twisted. In legitimate 'minihg' enterprisf. It ,
II decency' In office is valued, vote for appears from the argument of the op- If you want sfcstehood, vote for Mur-
Murpby. position that through his circular a phy.
For Delegate to Congress
Marcus A. Smith
Pre-eminently the leading statesman of Aritona. Fifteen vears in oolitic ami
The :chosen friend of Bryan and
poor man. His political record, is clean and honorable
Richardson. The man who will get us Statehood,