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atlrh must he paid for in advance to msure
hfeir insertion: .I0O 00
District Attorney J
County Judge .- 50 00
County Assessor vi ivi
Member Territorial Council jf'
Clerk County Court., M
JJoard of Supervisors m
Slefhberd3 of LcKislature
TowuUp Officers ...ri-; rj V"
jcky sefsor, end Tar Collector.... 33 00
Cpironer and Vublie Administrator...
A't till blicitatisp o! many friends
thr.oCR$icut iSjehlffT'County,-' I hereby an
qQunpV 19FSCU a candidate for the oflice
"pf County Assessor, subject to the decision
of the KepubU:as County Convention.
- post coijxxy KrcOttaiER.
I hsraiy announce myself as i candidate
for t& office oV County Recorder, subject to
the action cf"'tbs"R'i.:buUican 'County Con
T.Dtion. f ' "W. F. BRADLEY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
or reelection to the office of Coroner and
public Administrator of Cochise County,
tubject to the action of the Republican
v ' J4.MES, DEAN.
i hereby anuounce myself as a candidate
for the office or Sheriff of Cochise county
subject to the action of the Republican
County Convention. M. 8. HATCH.
FOR COUNTY ASSIWSOK.
hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of County Assessor, subject to
lie acfmn of the Republican ppuuty Con
tention. ' " jqHN V. CKO.n.EY,
' yfj'.jcox. Arir.qna Territory
I Vre'iy announce myself as a candidate
?or the office of Sheriff of Cochise County,
jubicct to the action of the Republican
Coiii.ty Convention, which meet in Tomb
65i ne. Holiday, September 13, 1SM5.
c. s MtuniT
KOIt COL'XTV ASSKAaOK.
I herrly ana- iiijkII a a candidate
t: The o.'ili WutV A.-s-eesor, SlllijfCt
lii t .c utioii .f tl.e Rcpublirim Ciunty
V. 11 BCRKK.
KQlf. CUIKK QF TOUCH.
T uerrhr antiou-ifc nijsclf :i a cm didate
U.l lh- i.CIce ir ' hic-f uf l'olic-- "f Hie rity
o' Toml fctoiie a. the .nsi.i":: cit cieclioii.
GKO. W. OAKS.
foic cuts i v i.ie
( t.eraby minnunre iny-rir as a cpdiiuVa
for tbc otltc.e of Trcssurpr t;.,c!.lse
CoLT.ty, sufiect thgwlion of the R.-pub-lit-ii'
' ' A. J. RITTF.l
F.Of pity License Tax Collector.
I'lierruj" announce inyfelf as a candidate
for the ol'lfc of City Liecnsj ?vx Collector.
ictPor and Health OfficeY, subject to the
will of the pcoj lr.
In ntcordance with the action of the Cen
tral Committee, a'Territoriu' Convention of
the Republican p-irty of the Territory of
Arizona, to consist of scvcnty.scven DaU
elites, is horeby called, to be held in the
city of Tucson,
Monday, St?itcinl)or 20tl, 188(,
For the purpose of nominatin.se a ciii'lMu-.-ot
Djlesrate to Con-rest, a eamMd.Jlf for
Superinlend,er;t of Public Instruction, and
or the transaction of such other buim-oa
m may properly come before it.
pie several counties or the Territory will
be entitled to the following reprc-eututioii,
based upon the Republican vote of lbSl,
vrith the allowance of one extra Delc.uc
from each county, as follows:
.. , 0
I hereby respectfully announce mystlf a
lia&ie ior me uuit ut i: "
etto the -will of the Kepuu.ican
I hereby asnuuncc mjf elf for the office o,
Cost'abK for Tomlutpn uveomct. subji-c
to "the ' 'action cf 'ihJ Uepulilican County
r ' &
At said time and place the Delegates from
the counties of Yavap.ii, Yuma Mohave,
j'piehe and Maricopi will ni-jet in f --ti Con
trition to nomiji.ite a Joint Coimi'thn;
ind like'viso the counties of Cociiiai-, Ora
ham, Gila, Pinal ar.d Tunj, to noiiiiiiatii a
Joint Councilm 111.
1 WEBSTER STuEET,
Chairman Central Ciuimiaee.
C. O. REl'PY, Secretary.
Djtid Tembstone A uust 3, 1SS0. td
The following is the latest" price of
silver in New York and London:
NiW YortK, Sept. 3.
New York. . .
The weather this afternoon
b en unusually warm.
' The tbcrmometer registered 90 dep.
at noon to-lay.
Select Knights, A. O. U. AY., meet
Jailor Dick Gage ja stitl confined to
Head our regular Wathington letter
which apppars in anotjipr eoluinn.
Eead tjie afjyertisenient of sum
mons in another column.
Mrs. II. S. Hatch returned last eve
ning from a visit to California.
Charles Tiibolet is confined to his
room by an attack of the malerial
Air. fj. Storms took his departurp
this morning for his ranch in the
It is reoorted that Bob Kinney and
old boy Aahmun, patronizes a 3 for 2
rcstauraut in Lot1 Angeles.
Nearly all the ladies who left Tomb:
stone to spend the summer iu Califor;
nia have returned.
Look out for squalls to-morrow as
the Democratic primaries will be held
in this city on that day.
AV. D. Coleman who arrived in this
city last evening, wil return to Kon
ora again to-nicrrovy.
Tjierp was not a single article for
record in the County Recorder's of
Mrs. Stautley C. Baggs returned
last cvprjing fron; a yicit to Sar.a Bun
The Fountain restaurant is For
Sale. See Ih? notice in another
Hay is jilready being cut on the
nsessas and valleys adjacent to Tomb
stone. The outlook for catth-men in this
heulioii has never been good since
1SS0 as at promt.
Johnny IJyjiaK ;et;iniy ja-t even
ing from .Santa Monica gieatly im
provsd ill health.
y.if, prt'.-lin reji'.t.ncd laft eve
ning fy-;M, j'.ifornia, wheie hc has
llivarij Vt'!iii;nct brnllier of the
,ie "jliflinrd Vliin;ief, hrrived in this
city frojti gtpktor. California yes tar;
li'iie trial of Mra. Eygciic. jjjdmonds
was retnmt'd t Ills monitig in Judge
Easlon't Court but was jiosponcd un
t'l $0 ;morrow uii account of tha ill
ness of the prosecuting Attorney.
Four days' western mail arrived last
evening, and our postmaster and his
assistants were kept very busy ajsort
i.ig the same.
The J5pHl not founil otu
that the Kepublican primaries are.
pver, as it still publishes the call for
the same in its columns.
The regular weekly meoting of the
Secret Anti-Chinese League, will be
held at the City Hall to-morrow eve
ning at 8 o'clock.
Jos. Pasclioly is having his bjliard
table in the Occidental b:;r rcmoddled
much to the delight of Harry Brook.
Ituss Mansfield returned from Cali
fornia last eve-iing. Although not
entirely tecovercd his health ig mych
butter than 'when he left.
An individual whose, aame wc did
not learn, got fined $25 and a sent
ence of 30 days in the county jail
yesterday, for stealing a watch from
L. Lieubhauer, L. Clark San. Fran
cisco; J. H. Whitbeck Chicago; J. 3..
Kohbnis Racine ; J. Y. Bergen Austin
Emil Lydun Sonora ; M. Barbachmau,
San Pedro; Rues P. Mansfield Los
Angeles are registered at the Occiden
John O. Dunbar the "editur" of the
Epitaph is out in the country wrest
ling with the delegates, in favor of a
certain -candidate for Sheriff, and is
finding out that his '.'inHoocnc'e" is
not very great, and that he is held in
the utmost contempt throughout the
county. -i. -'"'
Washington, Au'. 30, 188G.
Mn. Editor: One ot the busiest
departrtjents under the Government is
the Patent Oflice. The amount of
work that is dppp by tliis department
can bo appreciated only by ' a trip
through; the oflice and an explanation
of the details. In the past twenty-five
years the granting of patents has
grown to an extent that is astonishing
ar,d jnJicatcs iat progress is being
made in the sciences by 'Young Amer
ica. For the first forty six years after
its organization the number of patents
issued averaged only two hundtpd and
fifty per year but the office is now is
suing patents at the rate ot five hun
dred a week, or t wice as many in one
week as it formerly issupd in a yeai.
The total number, issued up to this
date is 304,621. The office after pay
ing its expenses has a balance to its
credit of $2,945,40548 jn the Treasury
It is the only hranch of Governrncsit
that pays its own expenses and is not
a burden to tiie peojilo by the way of
taxation. A man with a mechanical
turn of mind could intensely enjoy
weeks and months among the 500,000
models and drawings so conveniently
r,riaugcd and displayed, in this im
mense department. George "Washingr
ton and Thorrjas Jefferson both re
ceived patents on "improvements in
Ill a former letter J alluded to the
friendships that are so often abrubtly
broken among the olficials. No mat
ter how patronizing and humble an
applicant may be the moment he gets
in he assumes all the dignity and iijt
porlance his posjitipr j? entitled to
and brooks no insinuations. About
the time Congress adjourned Senator
Harris of Tcnncssc went up to see the
president about an appointment in
his state which some of his contin
ents were interested in. He stated
his case and the Prvihiuen, teplicd:
"We'.l. it teems to me that you have
a good ijil of asmrauce to come
hero asking for an appointment when
jou voted against my man, Mathews."
The Senator got hot in a second. "I'll
have you know Mr. Prc.-ideut" he
said, i'tliat it is none of your buri
ncty vih.-t I do or wh t I do not do jn
the Senate. I am the master of niy
ovn actions there as vou are hcie. I
didn't v.ome hi re askj!;j tnjf favors of
you on any personal giounds. The
people of the State of Tennessee,
whom I represent asked me to do this
and that is why I came here. You
may do as you tt please, sir about
the mutter; but, sir, I waxti( distinct
ly understood that what I dc as a
Senatoi is beyond your jurisdiction,"
and the irato Senator left in a hurry
and declares he will never speak to
the President again..
Treasury, officials are having ciptsid
erable quiet fun growing out ot the
recent bond calls. It is well kn.o.wri
abort the department tlat Treasurer
Jordcn wlio is now a the Arkansas
Hot Springs is violently opposed, to
bond calls on general principles, and
a recent letter tua personal friend he
fairly howled because so much of the
surplus had been ordered out of the
Treasury. At the present rate of re
demption of bonds, $15,000,000 per
month, the redeemable part of the
public debt vif III be wiped out in about
seven months there being but f lQ-7,-
000,000 of three per c.-nt bonds yet
outstanding and subject to call.
In one the. r,p.propriaton bill
passed at the Isst session of, Congres
s an: if,cm, of $14 far pay to the Fourth
Regiment of Vermont Militia for ser
vices at the battle of Plainsburgh
(war of 1812.) Rather tardy justice,
but better late than never.
Within the past two weeks five
war widdowa have been discharged
from, the Treasury department 'bey
haye appealed to the Grand Army to
demand their reinstatement and
there are numerous indications of
lively times ahea,d, H
The Fountain Restaurant on Allen
street including restaurant fixtures
bar and bar fixtures is offered for
sale at a bargin. Everything is rcjdy
to commence business &t once. For
particulars apply to L. B. Van Rurt
505 Allen street. lw.
Tlio Correspondence of the Czar and
'Prince Alexander will Lead to
Charleston, Soutli Carolina, Presents
a Terrible Scene After tlio
Santa Cruf, California, Gets the Tall
End of the South 'Carolina
Tho Bulgarian Revolutionists Ilavo
Fought a Battle AVltli the Ad
herents of Alcxnndcr.
The Democratic State Convention of
California Ballots Once for
Governor and then Ad
journs. E!artlc!t, 'X'ar.uey, and llon
drickv. Sp2ci.1l to TnE Daily Tombsto.veI.
San Francisco, Sept. 3. Mayor
Bartlctt of San Francisco, received
the nomination for Governor at the
han.ls of the Democratic Stalp Cpur
vculion to-day, and Tarppy for Lieut.
Govprnor, and (Jtld toy Bill Hendricks
of Butte, for Secretary of State.
Special to Tits Dailt Tombstskc.
San Fkancisco, Sept. 2. In the
Democratic State Convention, the
first ballot for Governor resulted at
Mlova; Bartlott, 123,; Reddy, 92;
Berry, 121; Tarpey, SQ; B.rysiU, 06.
There was no nomination. Tho Con
vention adjourned until 10 o'clock
to-morrow. The platform endorses
Cevend's administration, recom
Uionds free coinage of silvrr, demands
the restoration of the wool tariff of
18G7 ; favors passage of wine bjlla
now before pongress.; npprovas of
labor cooperation eoeieljes ; demands
abrogation of the Burlingatr,a Chi-s
uchc treaty, and favors legislatipn
providing for qcport.it iou of al Chi-:
nesc now in the Hnitwl States; ex
presses sympathy with the Irish peo
ple in their efforts for home rule;
favors, an equitable dUtrib,vtip.n pr the
wafers pf the State for irrigation pur
poses, wh.ilp granting to tie Sta'e the
rigbjt to assume cpn.trol nf vfater un
der laws to be enacted for that pur
pose. Aflor tlio Trouble,
Spccinl to The Dailt TombstoxeJ.
CHArtLESTio:, S. O., Sept. 3. People
gradually taking account of de
tails of the injury worked by the
earthquake and tlio list of damage to
property is startling. A limited sec
tion in the south of the city is a
sample of the whole standing. At
the postoflice, nn looking west au, al
most impassible roadway of debris
meets th,e eye, The building of the
Chamber of Commerce is badly dam
aged. Portions of the south and cast
walls having been torn down by the
shock, and the buildings of Walter
Evans and Bcnswell have also suffer
ed. Tho heavy granite siata which
formed parapet of the News and
Courier buildings are on the sidewalk
leaving tho slate roof and a portion
of attic floor exposed But the viol
ence of the earthquake is most per
ceptible at tho historic intersection of
Broad mil meeting streets.
Special to The Dajly TomestoxeI.
Berlin, Sept, 3.
ceived here this evening from Sofia,
State tljat s. battle has taken place at
Radonjp, eastern Roumelia, between
the regiment.i loyal to Princo Alexan
der and the regiments siding with the
revoluli.onistsj and that the latter were
defeated with heavy losses.
Spliv Urnz Shocked.
Special to The Daily ToMBSTq;jE.i
Sai'4. Cruz, Cal., Sept. 3. A long
but not sharp shock of earthrjuakp
was felt here at 11 :45 to day.
Special to The Daily TfjujjSTONE.
Paris, Sept. 3. The publication of
correspondence between the Czar and
the Princo Alexander, has created a
great sensation in political pjrcles
hero. The Czar's menacing reply to
the Prince's submissive epistle is re
garded by diplomats as insuring
Alexarjdpr's abdication and Russia's
occupation of Bulgaria. It is feared
that war will ensue unless Bismarck
"In cleaning out roome, etc., prer
paraiory to fiuding places tp hide
away canned goods for tb,e winter, I
fir,d jn one of tho v,'ardrobes this
great heavy pair of rubber boots,
with eCh lpng lope. Whoso are
"Tho President's madam."
"Down in the leg of one of them I
find this black bottle with a high
cork. What is that for?"
'!And in tjio other leg is an old
pacl: of pards wripped in an oil cloth
Whoso arc they?"
".Qh! I see. They area pair left
over by Presidept Arthur.'1
"Thanks, Daniel" from the ad
joining room. Washington Critic,
. Joe Lippcrt having removed from
Quigley's ward, will run for a delegate
to- the comity convention on tho
Democratic tipket to( morrow.
Tt is lnir-1 rforl; for ye reporter tp
gather news these days, but he does
not Qyerlaol; anything tlat is going
on as our columns will shoiy.
The sub.sfiiptiou list of the Epitaph
w ill pok as though it hud been struck
by lightning when its carrier gets
through tn-r'norrow, and faro and
halliard supney will be pretty eearce
on Saturday evenings.
us Mansfield tyas reported to be
very sick while in 'Frisco, and since
hia return to this city the cause of
his sickness has been learned. It
seems that Russ purchased, a plig
hat, and a pair oi dude pants, and
paraded on Kearney street, hence, his
From a special dispatch received
to-day by a gentleman of this cityi it'
is leurqsd that iLiyor Batlett of San
Francisco h,as received tho nomina
tion for Governor on the Democratic
ticket of California, and that Byron
Waters of San Bernardino, has been
nominated for Judge of the Supreme
Court. This means a walkover for
the Republican nominees,
Gus Tribolet is noy. running his
meat market on Allen street on a
strictly cash, basis and. it will pay our
citizens. o, call at his shop and get the
choicest cuts of beef for very little
cash. 8-6 tf.
Gregory's restaurant Fremout street
will be opened for business on Tues
day morning, August 31 uidf.r the
management of Mrs. O. Gregory.
Everything first class and terni9 strict
ly cash. " If.
fifteen dollar pants for eleven dol
ers at Harris the tailors. 8-i3tf."
AH my goods are paid for and as I
want money and want it bad I will
make $50 suits for $35. Harris the
Cordials, syrups, wine, whiskies and
cigars at L. B. Vn Burt's liquor
rerooms on Allen strec t.
Ayer's Pills possess the posi
virtues of some of the best known
medicinal plants, prepared and com
bined with scientific skill rejecting
the crude and drast;e portions, and
retaining only the active principk:
the part which cures and does no
tarm. 3 1 1 u i u ii 1. in 1 i 1 1:
Lesser Sumracrfield has the largest stok
of clothiiiR In San Francisco, at 942 Market
Jfic , under heBhrw 7-21tf
Chloriders who want a oisirabla
lease can procure one on the Afaghan.
istan miho by enquiring of Col. Bald
win at his residence in the Old Hosr
pital buildiug, Fremont street, ber
tween Seventh arid Eighth. 8-2)tf. .g
Suits well and thoroughly cleaned
for $1.50 by Harris tlm tailor.Botljin'g
To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Whereas friy forinor partoc'r Fritz Oer-
hardt iias raysteriously disappeared from
his place of business la Bisbee, Cochise
County, A. T., aii pcisons are he'rebyXnotU
fied thut I will not be responsible ior any'?;
debts -which he may contract.
IlENItY DCBACIjEB. '
Btjbcc, August 4th, 1S8. !" -
I hereby caution all parties and the
public not to trust my late pa'rtrieri
Clias Donmcyer as I wjjl not be' res
ponsible for debts of his contracting!
Alexander Bacelu. "
Tombstone Aug. 17, 18SC.
The undersjgned has jn his possess
ion the following stock taken up as
stolen which the owners can -have by
calling upon him : One bay horse,
with white face branded with an an
chor and R underneath on the left
hip; one mule mouse copred with an
S and inyerjeil tuniblar 'undern'cafli
on left shoulder, also double anchor
on left hip, also SS on right hip.
A. J. Meiian,
iS,o For Sltiucluica.
Commencing to-morrow morning
Sandy Bob whTput ori a line of stages
trom this city to Fort Huychuca
leaving Tombstone every Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday mornings' at
7 o'clock and returning leaves Fort"
Huachuca every Wednesday, Friday"
and Sunday evenings at 7 o'clock
' 3t. ;
Notice to Creditors.
E6tcte of Ambrose I-yul,' deceased. The,
creditors of and all persons liavu.j; claims
against the, said named estate, ate hereby
untitled to' exhibit their rl&iito with the
necessary vouchers to me wUhiH turi month
after the first publication Qf fins "p'otlce at
law office of James S. Robinson, .in the City
of Tombstone, County of Cochise. Territory
of Arizona, or the sumo will be forever
barred JOEL LYALL, Administrator.'
Dated, Tombstone, July S0t 1SS0
EOR SALE A Ranch eiht milos from
Tombstone. Tlcnty of water and Eras,
ood house, corral and watering troughs.
For further particulars apply to DeWlt
Hotel. The only first-class hotel in
Tombstone. Situatecl on," the porner oi
Fourth and Allen streets. Haudsomely
furnished thro-ighout, and has all mcdr
rn improvements. Travelers ara-?ecottif
mended to stop at this house. Private
rooms' for commercial travelers. jhq
bar of this house is lurnisbed wnn im"
proved billiard tables and card rooms,
and is stocked with the fiacst bra. is it
wines, liquors and cigars. '
aOtf : ' ' Joseph PASCHOtY,
The tickets for the raffle of Mr. Josi&a
Lirjew'S. nacusortvijr'iuiiiruvcu pisjjcujr urn
now realty, "ijemsmbej. tha Vis" is one of
the finest sarvtens, ia lomostooe, mere uei
in? 10 bearing fruit trees, besides .many
others that will bear next "sTO- Sevcra-r
grape vines of different varieties, now cov
ered with luscious fruit, current aud jropse
bcrry bushes. Anybody can be convinced
Ki, ooiiinf. At Mr Kirlpws rpsidpncc back of
the Union Soda Works. TickeU are for sale
at the low price of one dollar each, and can
be procured at Sol Israels, and all the lead
ing business houses iu towu. 7-2tf
A first-class baker' can secure ein
ployment by applying $Hhe' Eclipse'
Bakeiy on "Fremont Street, tf.
Foa Sale Two first class unlimit
ed tickets to St. Louis: The same
will be sold very cheap if' called for at.
this office. ' - if.
Found A bay horse with three
while feet, branded U. S. on right
shouldor and E. B. C. on right side
of neck, under mane ; I. C. on righ
shoulder and hip. The ovner can
have the same hj; applying to Sam
McClarcn, at Charleft'oiC and proving
Just received by Mr. Van Burt
choice kit of Cne imported cigars
Vau is the boss. Saloon uion ehonld)
call at his store on Allen street and
inspect his goods. Everything thaf
can be found in a first class wholesale
t liquor store can be had at prico9 tha
would astonish one.