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FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Joint Councilman for the
Southern District, subject to the action of
the RepublicanT.erntorial Convention .
B. S. COFFMAX.
The following is the latest price of
silver in New York and London:
New York, Sept. 15.
New York 95cts.
G. W. Sanderson of Soldier Holes is
in the city.
Silver jumped up yesterday ' to 07
Col. Hike Gray, of old Camp Ruck
er is visiting the city.
3 )seph Sirycoffer of Galeyville ar
rived in this city yesterday.
Dr. Poole left for his home on l! o
Lower San Pedro this morning.
T.. R. Monck of Wiljcox arrived in
this city yesterday afternoon,
"David Johnson of Willco.t came ov
er last evening.
There was no mall from the west
last evening, the train being several
hours late at Benson.
Don't fail to attend the dancing
school at the skating rink to-morrow
The Democratic delegates have
been aniv'n; all day, and a large
batch will arrive this evening.
Frank Levi:-- is confined !o his
residence by .jii attack of Maleiial fe
ver. Th- democrat! convention will
me-'t at Sihiefi lm hall to-morro.v
in lnri.iji at 10 tiV.lojk.
Th" r -..ru'ar ..uating of tho Royal
Atoll ALiM-ns will take place this
c -cuing. All Royal Arch Mas-oils' arj
i .vitod 1c. be piegciit.
Johnny Ie?puy reports that a
small band.of Indians recently sidle
tijf l;ue hordes frym him, and al.-o six
junto from his neighbors.
W. G. Du.nont
rin-r. Ibiker hjft" last j
Rjtiau.l an J TIi.?. linker yf
eveni g by private cjnveyance for
Mrs. A O. Wall.-ee and her d.ili-k-I,t
Mr.-, r'. W. Beau do Z.irt aniv
cd home f'om Ci.lifunii.i last etu
i'g. Rfii-!t'at:.-n will close mt She sec-?
.ond M ! lay ju Ootohpr so if you have
not. ;-.l(v,i !y r-gi. tered vim had bitter
do so :t one.'.
Mr. A. porbni's h is made an as
fignment lo Mr. II. J. Sadler for the
be ulil of bis creditors'.
The lc di-b-galiiin all of wlioni
are among the bet and solid citizens
c.i (Jo: hisMi Conn y Lft for their homes
B. J. McGrew, a popu'ar young
rancher of the Whetstones, who if he
had made the matter known sooner,
would have teen nominated for the
legislature, left fur-hi- homo this
ThiFcison delegation done thei::r
selves pi oiid during their stay in this
city, and went home well .satisfied
with the ticket that th'-y had helped
to make and ctnfident that it will be
In our report of our ptecinct di'le
gates yesterday we stated that Mr.
Butler had been nominated for Co.in
ci:t)in fr:n the Third Ward. It
kIiuU have read Geo. R. alts
Councilman Third Ward and Mr. But ' ability, " t-class
'tier for .he Fourth Ward. !j a,d a gentleman. He will nuke a
! tiiiiiouh canvass of the county and
Dr. Poole having received the co- -. herevor ,lc may go.
tra . for carrying the mail betv.eui
U.'Umii: nun iiivcrshic lias i i.u:e
gopd vihiiles aad stock ijp.ni the
n.iul a!!(! i.arnes his pa-senger.
through by' daylight, His stages
loave Benri.n every Monday and
T!:uisday morning at fi o'clock for
Riverside, 'returning every Tuesday
and Friday morniiig to Benson. Can
didatps on'both' tickets who intend lo
vis-it the goo.l icople of the San Ped
ro cliould paste thin notice on ijjeir
Will open to ni..bt :it the ."-kiting
Rink, and thereafter every Tu.-sduy
and Thursday afternoon and evenin
ings. Aoirce every Saturday eveii-
X4-t , . 1 rofessors
Below we give a synopsis of the
tieket nominated by the Republican
Convention which both democrats
and Republicans can vote for, on the
Second day of November next.
The Hon "V. A. Har.vood is a gent
leman who is well known throughout
this county. He served the people
faithfully as a member of the. territoi-
ial Council two years ago and came
home to his people without a spot up
on his character. His nomination
for the same position this time is
proof that the Republican party is
satisfied with his past record and are
willing to reward him again.
W. S. Flemming one of nominees
for member of the Assembly is a gen
tleman who is well known ;ill over the
Pacific Coast. A gentleman of ability
and a strong man, having a host of
friends. He is also a veteran of the
late war and a member of Burnside
Post, G. A. R. of this city.
W. A. Nash, who is well known to
the people of this county is also a
nominee for the Assembly. He is an
unswerving Republican and ever since
he has been eld enough has partici
pated in the deliberations of the party
He is the present editor of The
Tombstone and will make a strong
Hon. Frank Frame of Bisbec is a
nominee for the Assembly, a position
be held two years ago having been
sent from this county by a large maj
ority and notwithstanding the record
of the 13th Legislature ho cme out
of the Assembly and back lo his con
stituents iutartiisheJ, and was rewar
ed by the convention with a le-nomi-n
A. C. Richards, a nominee for the
Assembly, is a oung man of ability,
lie represents the Stock-growing in
terests of the ccun!y).and has a lvrgo
number of friends throughout the
county and will bo elected by a hani
s ime majority.
C. N. Thomas -also a nominee for
the Assembly is at present Mayor of
ys, ei:v. " was raico eieuieu a
Oourcilim.n of this city, atid his K
c ird as a C'.'.v ctii-.-er is one that he
. ., , t i i 1
ni v be well pi oud of, and v.i; know
" . . ., . ,
ib.it ii is 'iie that the people are
prou.1 of. He is a siiong fiu-ud . f iho
,. , , . ,..,,,,;, r J
'.vmking man and iilwajs laliLisug f.Ti
their iidwueemeir, nd when ilic snn
sir.k- i-i the v.'es em hori.ou on clee-j
ti.m iiav it will be found tn:t he has ;
.been cLitie.i by a i.ir.:c m..joii'y.
Robert S. llatoh, the nominee f ;r
Stieiiff, if known lo every ni.:n, wo
rn. in and child in Coehis-e coniuy. He
hai filled the po.-ition of Sheriif for
the past tii'o years with credit to him-s-Jfand
honor to the people. He is
known f.ir and wide as a brave and
Wilets (.Ifijer. lie is ever civil and
accommodating, and by his quiet di
meanor would never be taken for the
brave officer 'hat he is. He will ea::
vits t'us county in it was never can
vassed before since ils organization.
W. II. Snihvell, the nominee for
Distiiet Attorney, is a well known
lawyer of this city. He is an old
member of the New York bar, and
ivas appointed District Judge of this
district by President Garfield. Since
his retirement fiom the bench he has
practiced his profe.-sion in this coun
ty. He is s.n able lawyer aud a strong
man on the ticket.
E. W. Mon-i-on, the nominee for
County Judge, is a young man of
ty treasurer, has b. en in husiuess m
this city for the past five years. Two
years ago he was urged to allow his
name to come before the people as a
candidate for the oilice of County
Treasurer, an oilice which he has
since filled with ciedit to liimsell and
the whole people. He is really one
of the n ibl-.'st works of God an hon
e.-t man. It i doubtful whether fhe
Democrats will nominate a man
against him, as he is so popular and
so euro of being elected.
W. F. Bradley is the nominee for
County Reoqriior. B.Hy Br.idky, us
lie is known by everybody throughout
ilie. county, is one of flu most eapa-
bio lion that has over sought the
' oilice. Tnis is t ie List lime that ilr.
Bradley lias ever asked the party for
a position of any kind, as he has al
ways served in the ranks, giving both
his time and money for the success of
the party; he is also one of the
strongest men on the ticket and will
be the next Recorder of Cochi?e
Allen Walker is the nominee for
the office of county clerk, lie is a
' young man in every way capable of
filling the position, and has hosts of
friends, as the handsome majority he
received in the convention goes to
E. G. Norton is the candidate for
county assessor. Mr. Norton is' an
old wheel horse in the republican
party, and had the solid endorsement
of Bisbee, his home, for the oilice
which is the only one that they have
asked the republican party to give
them. He will be elected by a hand
II. G. Howe, for county survoyor,
will be elpctcd to keep the same for
the ensucing two years.
C. B. Tarbell is the nominee for
public administrator and coroner.
Mr. Tarbell is a business man of
Tombsione and is well known
throughout the county. He will look
for the interests of his office in the
same careful manner that he does his
Bramar S. Brown is the nominee
from this portion of the county for
supervisor. Mr. Brown is one of the
earliest residents of Tombstone, and is
thoroughly identified with its inter
ests, as he is also with these of Coehi-c
county. lie is a careful and pains
taking business man and is popular
with the masses, and will make a
T. C. Bain i the candidate for
supervisor from the counlry. Mr.
Bain is a resident of Dos Cabezas,
and is thoroughly capable for the
position, and as this is the first lime
that Dos Cabe.as has ever asked for
anything, her wish h.is been gratified
by the nomination of Mr. Bain, by
the republican convention, and the
people of Cochise county will ratify
the nomination by electing him on
the second day of November ne.t.
J.ib.i 0. E.iston is a Candida e for
the office of Justice of the pi ac;. His
n ist exotneuce a3 a lawyer aim a
in ist will iib.ee him 1:1 the position
r1' 1 1
w.th.mt ,'ny ti-MtMe.
Willi im Slma-.e.r i-- a you-ig man o.
a siliiy aim euiUMUon, aim is vion
ii ted for Hie oilice of justice of the
pj.ic, for which he is a nominee, and
will lie elected,
C..1. Dean is a nominee for Justice
of the Peace. The Culoiiil has served
as pub'ic administrator and coroner
for the past two years, and is tho
roughly fitted for the o.Tue he seeks,
and as lie is very popular he is sur
of being elected.
Frank Bioad is a nominee for con
stable. He is a young man who is
known thioughout the wholo county,
and withal is voiy popular. He is
j thoroughly capable oiinimg the oiut:e
and will without a doubt be one of the
Fred J. Dodge is a candidate for
constable for this precinct. He
served the people in that capacity for
two years before with satisfaction.
He has also for the p.lst year ami a
half made an efficient night watch
man. He i3 sure of an election.
C. N. Thomas is the candidate for
Mayor, and will in all probability re
ceive the whole vote cast, lie will
reassumc the oilice of mayor when he
returns from Prescott in March next.
Mr. Ashman is the candidate for
councilman for the first ward. He is
ii business man and a property holder
in this city, and will do his share lo
lilace the city on a paying basis and
wipe our her present debt.
Mr. Goodwin is a candidate for
councilman for the second ward. He
is a business man and property owner
and is sound oni'll city questions.
Geo. R. Watt is a candidal e for
councilman from the third ward. He
is a business man and property owner
and is thoroughly identified with the
E. J. Builer is a candidate for
councilman from the fourth waid.
Mr. Butler is a miner and a property
owner. He bus been a resident, of
tai.- city fur a number of years ami
wiil Jo uh in liio power for its l a ur
esis. U o Oaks is the candidate for Chief
oi i'.l:ce. He is a miner bv occuna-
j tj01j :luj ;v tiioiougii gentleman, tin
! will be olecled -by :ia overwlieming
majority in' November .iL.-t.
I M. Isaacs is the candidatn fDr
City Recorder and Auditor. He is
an old resident of this city and a
wheel horse in the Republican part.
He is thotoughly capable for the
offieo for which he is nominated, and
will get there.
G. W. Chapman is Hie nonjince for
City License Tas Collector, Health
Office, etc. He filled the position two
years ago to the satisfaction of the
whole town, and is now the unani
mous choice of all our citizens for the
Geo. W. Swain is the candidate for
Oily Attorney. Ho is a good lawyer
and will conduct the affairs of the
city with credit to himself and the
G. VvT. Mellgrcn is the candidate for
City Treasurer, a position he has held
for the past year. He has mido a
good officer and has proved himself
to be competent for the position.
The newly elected Republican
County Committee met at the court
house at 1 :35 yesterday afternoon
and organized by the election of
Hugh Percy as temporary chairman
and Ered Herrera as temporary sep
Mr. Thomas asked for infoimalion
as to books, etc., belonging to the
The Chair stated that a demand
would be made upon the old commit
tee as soon as a permanent organiza
tion was effected.
It was nitsved that permanent or
ganization he proceeded with.
On motion Mr. Percy was nomi
nated permanent chairman,
There being no other nomination,
his election was declared by acclama
tion. At this juncture an interruption of
delegates into the hs.ll caused an ad
journment until 7 o'clock in the
evening, at which hour the commit
tee assembled at the Au litjr's oifi-J ,
On being called lo order, it was
suggested that lb..' chairman, being a
non resident, of ilia city, it would be i
;o,)d pl.n to elect a vice chairman,
who would be at ell times at liai.d to
transact business. The suggestion
was coiicuiied in. and J. J. Nash was
elected vice ehaimian.
Oa motion, II. M. 'Woods was
eheseu treasure;- and G. R. Watts
sec i eta ry.
A:i executivp committee was ap
pointed, consiting of Fred Herrera,
Thomas Bakt-r, 11. Gerwin, Charles
Oveilock, the chairnpin and seprctary
A finance committee, consisting of
C. N. Thorn ks, -J. J. Nash and II. M.
Woods, was appointed, whereupon
the committee went into ex cutive
senior) aid all iioiwmembcrs werj
excluded from further attendance.
A t2:iin E'rojjlte:.
"It will rain next Satuiday,"' ex
cbiime.d Rev. Mr. Smith, addressing a
n. ember of his congregation.
"Cyclone wi h it?" asked the curch
'i I don't know,'' replied the minu
ter: ' Earthquake?"
"I doit't know any thing about
"How do you know then that it will
rain on that day"
'Out Sunday-school will hold u pic
nic then that's all.
Owing to the crowded condition if
our coluiiius yesterday, we were ti i
able to publish the wedding of Mr.
James Breslin and Miss Mary Mui
phy, which took place on Mond.iy
evening last, the R'V. Fathpr Dolje
officiating. Both of the happy you ig
peoil)are well known in this ch
After the ceremony they hebl a re
ception at their residence on Seven. h
street, where they received the cuii
gra' illations of a large number of
friends. Tuu Tombstone, together
with a host of fliends of the young
couple, trusts -th-it in their journey
through life together that nothing
may ever occur to mar the brient
sunshine that lias now entered tin ir
ive"s, and t ' 'j. y nmst hr.xe
trouble of an. k i..i i '.at they will s.d
be liulu one.-, i-ride and joy of.
A. C. Rogers, G. Gerwoin and M.
Rosenberg l.-f; :l ii.-jrning for Benton.
The Republicans of New Hqmpshlrp
Nominate Clias. II. Sawyer
Arthur Bathast, with About a Dozen
Aliases, Con teases to Murder
ing the Late Mayor Bow
man, of East Sc. Louis,
T;hc Democratic Convention, of 3Iln
ncsota, Nominate their Governor
aud Other Offjcsrs,
Stjtc Comptroller Dunn, of Califor
nia, Refuses to Audit Bills of
the Late Legislature.
M. A. Slavcn, One of the Originators
of tho Panama Canal, is Dead;
fhe Official Returns of the Maine
Election Coming; in The
Gcroulino, it is Assumed, Cannot bo
Tried by a 3IIlitary Commis
sion for Ills Crimes,
Sawyer for Governor.
Special to The D.vilt ToansTasu.
CoitcoHD, N. H., Sept. 15. The Re
publican State Convention met here
to-day and nominated Charles II.
dawyer for Governor, on the first
A. 31urlerer Confesses.
Special to The Dailv tombstone,
St. J.0UIS, Sept. 15. Arthur Arth
bathast, alias Al Pittman, alias Chas.
Wallar, alias Parson, was recently ar
rested at Irvington. He has confess
ed to the sheriff of that county that
he murdered the late Mayor Bowmar?
of East St. Louis, on tha 20th, ot last
November. The sheriff has sent the
confession to tho East St, Lmis az
Sp'eiul ti Tiie Daif.Y Tombstone.
St. Pacl, Sept. 13. The Democrat
ic Convention to-tiay pominated for
Governor Dr. A. A. Ames by accla
mation. The ticket was completed
as follows: Lieqteqant Governor,
John Frank ; Secretary of Slate, Scth
Yaeger; Tieasiirer, Henry Paiker;
Attorney Geuer.il, John H- Ives;
Clerk of Supremo Court, George T.
Gardner. The platform endorses the
administration of President Cleveland
and condemns the Republican rule of
twenty-five years in Miuuosoia as
ruinous. It opposes convict cqntraet
Jabor, and urges the erection of a
soldivrs' home for the State.
Will not .iii'.JU tin-.
4;iecul ; Tub i).ui.ir fo-uuaTOXh
Sajj Fuakcisco, Sept. 15. Slate
Comptroller Dunn has refused to au
dit the claims of the late extra session
of the legislature attache;, namely,
sergeantatiarws, postnvslress, mail
carrier, watchman and one clerk of
Its. A. SlaTcu lieart.
Special to Tpr Dailt Tombstoxe
Sa Francisco, Sept. 15. A dis
patch received in this city to-day an
nounces the death of M. A. Slaveu at
Carmer.ville, N. Y. He. was one of
the investigators of the Panama Canal
Special to The Dm.r Tomlstoxe.
Augusta, Me., Sept. lo. Official
returns are being received at the
state house. .About 10Q towns and
cities have responded so far. C:iaii"
mm M.inley said th'u afternoon Uod
well's majority over Edwards' reached
14,000. The legislature will bo nearly
as strong republican as two y;-.ri ago. '
Tho republicans gel every representor
tive district but one in Franklin,
oounty and carry it by COD majority.
Special to The Dailv Tombstoxe.
San FnANcisco, Sept. 15. Tha.
Chroniple's Washington special eayst
It begins to look as though Geronimo
had really protected himself against
punishment by conditions on which
he surrendered. It is . under-
stood here that his principal
condition was that ho should not
be surrendered for trial by a civil
court. t was at first- assumed that
this would be circumvented, by trying
him by a military commission, but an,
examination of the statutes show that
this form of trial is only authorized in.
time of war.
TsUlc -vritSi Tramp,
He was lying full length "on the
grass down on the lake fiont, in the
blazing imondity sun, and everything
about him encouraged the impression,
that he was a tramp. His clothes
were ragged and unkempt, and sam
ples of real estate from a dozen States
were exhibited on different parts of
his person. When a 'reporter ape
proached, anticipating a first-.-rate ro-
mance from the perapaletic lan4
agent, aad took i soijt pn tle grass a,
few feet away, Mr. Tramp just opened
one eye, and, after gazing at his vis-s
itor avhip, sung out the old chestnut,
"Say, young feller, ain't got any ter-t
bacoo, have you?'
The reporter passed over liis pouch
and the tramp took. a. ypry modest
ch,ew and gave th,e rest back.
"Where did you co.rne from?" asked
"Oh, been in the Biidewell for i
month. Just got out. Aforo that J
come from Wisconsin. Been sorter,
layin' around for a year or two."
"Do you like tramping?"
"I course I does. Think I'd do it
ef I didn't? Jt's eajer than workin',
ain't it? I gets enough U eat honest
ly, aud occasionally I gets a drink of
whisky and some terbacco. That's,
all I watit. I kin always count on,
'em, and as for sleepin, it's a pretty
pold kind of a night when I don't
sneak, in. to pome snug place. Wherj
I'm in prison I gets warm meals and
a nice bed, and there ain't much dif-i
ference alween that and being outt
Eide, only 1 has to hustle ii little mora,
when I'm qut,"
"How about your early life?"
"Oh, that's your lay is ft? Well;
now, look here, young feller, if you.
think I'm going to ri ig in a set tale
of woe about being rich prjee, and,
having my hom.o broken qp hy drink,
and a woman, i'pu're disMpnqjnted.
ain't, that kind of a trainf). J had a
IjO'qo lljat wasn't pleasant, because 1
wouldu't. woik, and so I took tq
trampin', aud I've been at it ever
since. I ain't done no work to spealf
of in seven years, and I ain't gpjt' tfl.
I don't like work, so I tramps. I'rn
u;ui obliged for that teibaeco, and I
ain't goic' ter brao3 you for tho price
of a a dram, but you can't brace mo
for any fairy tile, and I guess I'll
finish my nap now." Chicago Mail,
Mr. W. D. Gaozhorn will appear be
fore the democratic precinct delegates
for the office of city xecorder. He iq
a gentleman well qualified for fhe
position, and should ho be nominatad,
would make a strong fight,
J. M. Bracewell, one of the most
successful jouruulistis in Arizona,
aud a most jovial and worthy gentle
man, came in last evening frpra Wil
cox to attend the Democratip con
vention. Mr. Bracewell is the edjtor
and proprietor of the Wilcox Stock
man, the leading stock paper of the
W. G. Duniont, one of the delegates
to tho republican convention, is run
ning tho leading saloon in Bensqn,
just opposite the depot. Mr. Diimont
is a jjenleman wfjois welj known anil
very pt-pular. Candidates a'p rf furred
to Mr. iK'mp'ii's place of business
when thty ioit Ben-on.
Sheriff Hatch received a dispatch
from Deputy Sheriff Darrah this nfr
teruoon, stating that he would leave
San Francisco to day with the confi
dence man Abbott.