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1 hereby aunf-Tltice myself to the voters Of
tliciltj 01 lom.O.lone as au iuucpi-nusi
candidate for City Treasurer at the election.
-which WIHte held NoTemnefcShS.
The following is the latest price of
silver in New York arid Loildon:
New York, Sept. 16.
IiOndon S... . 44
New York ,.95 cti.
I. 0". O. F. meet to-night.
Tho western mail failed to material,
.William Diehl oftiue in from the
Lower San Pedro this afternoon.
The Emerald mine employes about
60 men at present.
You have got to read The Tomb
stone if you want to get the news.
A couple of spirited poker games
was the attraction last evening.
There is some very interesting tele
graphic news in another column.
W. R. Burke was able to be upon
the streets again to-day.
Judge Benson has been spending a
few days in El Paso.
it. -Joress, one of the substantial
business men of Busselville, is visiting
Suits, .well and thoroughly cleaned
for $1.50 by Harris tln tailor.Bothin's
block 8 12tf.
Mrs. Patrick Holland took her de
parture this , morning for , El Paso,
Sir. G. W. Tarpons, an old tinier in
this ,einip, espvets to lake his de
parture vi-ry shortly for California.
Mr. E.I. Yueovieh, the genial pro
prietor of the Virginia-hotel, Tu Ben
son, is victting-fTus city.
Mrs. J. V. Vickprs and children
took their departure this morning fot
IVeepurf, Ills., wherd they will spend
C. S. Abbott returned lastfcvcning
from his ranch in the Sulphur Spring
valley. He reports .plenty "of grass
and fat and healthy herds of cattle.
Sylvester P-irier one of tin; leading
citizens of Dos U.ibezas who is well
known throughout this whule terri
tory is visiting this i-ity.
The tanks at the. Giraid Mill were
being rilled with water yeslewy "and
the mill will pr .bubly start up ycy
shortly on Tri ute o.e.
Pai Coffee and William Deem?,
two well ki::wn rcMi'.euls of liist re
took tin I r dt-paitme this uioiniug
for Panama, Ceiur.il America.
The Anti-Chinese League will meet
jit the City Hull ti. morrow evening
aud 'all members of tlnr League and
th.isft desirous of j lining arc expected
to be present.
Captain Lawton teported at Fort
Hirichuca yesterday, fresh from ths
front, ho is said to be a pretty good
looking hero considering the tough
time h had with General Geroni-
Ji.hu Reynolds, who lias been fore
man of the' Charleston smelter. for the
p.st three- years, breathed his last,
List evening. He W4S 45 years 6f sg-i
iind a native of Dublin, Iri-Liu. 1, His'
funeral will take piace lo-:norryjj. at
p. m. friend and abqiumt.
ances urerespt'C.fulry invited to at
tend. Churles Triholtitt last eveiiing, -e-ceived
tho nomination for Chief En
gineer of the Tontbstorie Firo Depart
ment fruin Toiu Of tone higine Com.
puny Xii. 1. Charlie is a first clars
fireman mid hits been a member of
the department ever jriiicv jt was or
ganized. Now that times are dull, and the cir
ci 1 tion of Tjjjb Tombstoxk is .almost,
double what it whf, reaching almost'
everybody in Cochise county, our
bu.-iners men should place attractive
advertisements in its columns. It
will repay iht-m an hundred fold on
the i((luy and cause a business boom
iii this city.
Waxtei-A position as manager
by uu ipurienced hotel man of many
years in Naw York, Pennsylv.tnia,
find M.iryl.iud and who thoroughly
yiider.-lainls tin- liluiiu'ja in every de
Jdl, and is .it present r.-a.jy to m ike
p r'n.nuut .irrjiitMiKrU.' for a, tlr.it-
ei.lfe. Iiou!o a ly-viiere on tn.i uo,im ii
C.iin'oriiij. AdJr's Hotel
d ihits office. I
Slowest Time on Record.
"Speaking of railroads," said the
fcandy pilgrim, as he turned & car
$cat and slewly divested himself of
his duster, "reminds me of a slow one
m .Kentucky. The only way that you
can tell the direction the train is run
ning is by the way tho seats are turn
ed. I was on that train ono day last
winter, going from Jtussellvillo out to
Adairsville, a distance of only twelve
miles. On the train was a clothing
man, who was fretting considerably
about the slow time. Finally he con
cluded that he couldn't stand it any
longer, and he got out and walked.
He got so far in advance that he
thought the train had probably goris;
pack, bo he sat down to wait for it.
The exercise that he had taken had
exhausted him very much,-and before
he knew what he had done ho had
keeled over aad gone sound asleep
between the rails. About 9 o'clock
that night tho passengers and offi
cers of the train were startled
by a continuous blowing of the whistle
and loud cries as if some one was in
deep distress. We immediately went
forward, and found to our horror that
the train was slowly but surely pass
ing over the prostrate form of our
clothing man. The brave engineer
whistled down brakes and made an
heroic effort to reverse the engine.
But, alas, she would not reverse worth
a cent. It seems that this was the
first live thing that this-trbin had
ever caught, and that it intended to
run over this man if it took all the
winUr. It had passed now over his'
feet, and yet the engineer said that if
she continued to make schedule time
and if the water did not get too low
in the boiler, it would probably arrive
at his knees by midnight. The poor
fellow seemed to realize his sad fate
and to appreciate the. fact that death
would sooner or later occur. He
c.ill'.d for paper and pencil, and thcie
"by the dim light of the conductor's-;
lantern, the dying traveler wrote his
wjll, in which hu gave his life insur
ance to his intended wife, but she
never got jt."
"Why?" asked an interested pass
enger. "You see," responded the veracious
train boy, his policy wait accident, and
he (jjeil a natural dentil, having con
tracted pneumonia, and expired be
fore the slow train reached a vital
.'' Merchant Traveler.
XJie Ie' Advantase,
Th tenehrr" if the Sunday-ychool
cW wus tolling .tho little boys aWuut
teutptatiuu and showing how it ibnic
i lines L-itmu iii the- tuot- attractive
gttiqti. She u.-cd as an illustration
the piw" of u i'&l.
"Now," said lie, "ynu have all seen
the paw of a cat. 1 is as -soft as
velvet, isn't it?"
"Yesein!" from the class.
"And you bv! seen- the puw id a
"Wtii; although the oafs' pir" leeins
liko velvet there is nevertheless con
cealed In it something tlist . butts.
What is lit"
"TfrS JoV Vitcs," iaid the teieher,
'when he is in anger; wlii'C doe'sfths
"Soiatches," replied tVe boy.
''Coirect," said the teacher, nod
dihg her licad approvingly: "nw
what has the vn got thai the dog
"Whiskers!" exclaimed a boy on
the hack seat, and the titter that ran
irouud the class brought the ftna
to an end Bolton Courier.
Alex. M. Wmxbet who is one of
tho owaers of the Tfinylad mine, in
Mexico, and one of the owners of the
$ba fields at Mulatos, and cxisffter
ot the Nogales Fsoatier passed
through Fairbank yesterday- en route
back to Europe, from whence he had
returned but two weeks. Whjle in
London, about two months tiuco,
-capitalist; put up a cool million cash
for a rudr "id. to the Mulatos coal
mines, which without doubt are as
extensive or even, gtealo'rMhan any jn
the world. Mr. WombW, this,., time
returns' to LrrgUnd in (he imprest of
. gigantic pj:icer mining schema,
Thunus Cordis, of Pirn county,
yjlj probably receive the nomin.itiou
for Superinleiidtfilt of Ptiblio Inatruc-i
tion. ' j
In It W'arZ
That is what a spider web says at B
F,. Longley & Co.'a shops, 284 Decatur
Yestetrday Mr. Longloy who is an
old and well known citizen, came to
the constitution office in his carriage
and asked that a reporter be allowed
to go with him to his shops. The re
porter bounced into the carriage and
"What is it!"
"Don't know," was the reply.
'Life is short and time is fleeting.
What is it?"
f "A- spider and its web. If you
do'i't think it is worth the trip
after you see it then I will pay the
When the reporter reached the
shops he was carried into the back
way of the office, and running from
an old piece of boiler to the house
was a large spider-web upon which
was the word "war" as plainly as
! could be made.
"Now, what do you think of that?"
asked Mr. Longley.
"Don't know," was the reply,
"Well a little of this goes a long
ways with me. I don't like for spi
ders to be cutting any such capers
around me. I would like to know
why the blasted thing couldu't have
spelt something else?"
The spider was still on the web and
the many people who visited the shop
expressed it as their belief that they
had never before seen a spider like it.
It was of a deep yellow with black
stripes and very long black legs.
From the looks of the clouds this
afternoon, rain may be expected at
The funeral of the late John Rey
'nolds will take place to-morrow after
noon t 2. 30 p. ni.
.The various counties in .this Terri
tory, . threugh their delegates, were
solid for Bean for Congress.
T. R. Sorin came in from his wood
caiifp, in the Dragoons, this after
noon. Mr. J. W. Stump returned tii his
mines, in the Hjuchuca mountains,
It is astonishing how many Demo
crats sacrifice their interests by run
ning for office.
Jin. Ellen Pauline took her de
parture this niorring for Sonora to
join her husband.
A number of Mexican merchants
are in this city, purchasing goods for
their stores in Konora.
Elmer and Chas. Crouch went out
to their father's ranch, in the Mule
mountains, this afternoon,
George II. Brooks still lingers in
town ; having to many friei ds hero it
is hard to get away.
The brand of A. G, Hoffsumer 9
was the only instrument filed for
Tho City Council will hold their
regular meeting to-morrow after
noun. The delegates to the Republican
Territorial Convention will return
home this evening.
Tho examination of Wilson Doug
lass will be resumed to-morrow morn
ingr n't 1Q .toV'ck, before Justice
The nomination of C, C, Bean made
it sure thing for B. S, Coffman for
Joint Councilman for the Southern
Mr. Metcal( the now principle of
our public school if a strict disciplin
arian and several refractory pupils
have been brought to terms during
the past week.
Justice AlvonI to-day discharged
Mr, E. M, McClure who was ckarged
with an assault with a deadly weapon,
the evidence being' insufficient to
hold the defendant.
Tho. Rjpublicau County Central
Committee held a meeting at their
headquarters last evening, for the
purpose of arranging campaign mat
tors. Thus, Cordis, an old resident of
Tuceou, has received the Republican
nomination for Superintendent of
Public Itistruc ion. Ht; is a well edt
ucatcd man and v.-ill be elected by :i'
lare majority. J
C. C. Bean, of Yavapai, Nominated
by Acclamation for Congress.
Thomas Cordis, of Pima, Nominated
by Acclamation for Superintendent
of Public Instruction.
B. S. Coffman, of Tombstone, Nom
inated for Joint Councilman, South,
ern District, by Acclamation.
Sumner J. Howard, of Yavapai, Is
Nominated by Acclamation for
Joint Councilman, Northern
Cleveland will Form a new Cabinet
About the First of October.
The Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F.
now in Session In Boston, Mass.
Envoy Sedgwick Beturns to Wash
ington From Mexico, and De
clines to be Interviewed.
England, Austria and Germnny will
Give Kouiuella to Turkey if
Russia Invades Bulgaria.
Queen's Island Shipyard Employees
Attacked AVhllo Beturnlng From
Dinner and a Riot is now.In
The Troops who Returned to San
Francisco From Arizona, State
Thar the Indian Troubles
are not yet over.
One of Geronlmo's Squaws Gives
Birth to a Daughter at St. Aug
'nstlne, I and Colonel Langdoa
Named it Marlon.
Miss Jennie Chamberlain, ot Cleve
land, Ohio, the Young Lady who Is
to Become tho Bride of Prince
Albert Victor of Wales.
Special to Tin Diilt Toucstosk,
Tucsos, Sept. 21. C. C. Bonn was
nominated by acclamation for Dele
gate to Congress. Thomas Cordis, of
Tucson, was nominated by acclama
tion for Superintendent of Public In
struction. Sumner Howard of Yava
pai, for Joint Councilman, Southern
District, and B. S. Coffman, of Tomb
stonOj for Joint Councilman Southern
Olevcluud'fi Acw Cubiiiel.
Special to The Dail' Tomcjton'eI.
Washington, Sept. 31. The Herald
publishes from what it asserts is un
usually reliable authority, that about
October first the cabinet will be re
cast, Secretary Manning will resign,
Bayard will take Treasury portfolio,
Lamar will become Secretary of 8mte
and Joe McDonald of Indiana., will
be appointed Secretary of the Interior.
The Herald says this Information is
from a prominent bureau chief who
knows what he is talking about.
ApitrbcM Arrive in Klorida,.
8pcoi.il to Tub Daii.t Toubstoxb.
Jacksonville, Sept. 21. Tho baud
of 382 Warm Spring and Chiricahua
Apaches, bucks, squaws and papooses
rfrom tho sn Carlos reservation, ar
rived lust night guarded by two oonir
pnnies of U. S. troops. They left iiu
mediately for St. Augustine, where
th?y will he placed on a reservation,
A daughter was born to Geronimo by
one of liia squaws in tho fort o.a the
12th iiiei., and has been named
Marion, by Col. Langdon.
Snco!.il to The Dailv Tomhstoxi:. .
PirrssvxtG.Sept. 21. The PHtsbarg
Leader says it has learned from good
authority, tnat the young American
lady who has been mentioned as en
gaged to Prince Albert Yictor of
Wales, is Miss Jennie Chamberlain, of
Tarkcj to cet a Slice.
Special to The Dailt Tombstoxi,
Constantinople, Sept. 21. It is
stated here that England, Austria and
Germany have invited Turkey to
occupy Roumelia if Russia invades
Special to The Dailt ToubstoxeJ.
Belfast, Sept. 21. At noon a large
body of Queen's Island shipyard
workmen, all Orangemen, marched
ostentatiously through the streets on
their way to and from dinner, as if to
provoke a fight. At Carrick Hill
they were attacked with volleys of
stones and a desperate fight ensued,
which is still in progress. Many men
on both sides have been wounded.
The police are outnumbered and pow
erless. The I. O. O. F.
Special to The Dailt Tombstone).
Boston, Sept. 21 The annual ses
sion of Sovereign Grand Lodge of the
I. O. O. F. opened in the Odd Fel'ows
Hall this morning. The proceedings
About Chief Mansu.
Special to Tub Dailt Tombstoxi.)
San Fkanctsco, Sept. 21. The sol
diers who have just returned from the
scene of the Apache operations say
that while Chief Mingus is at large
the Apache troubles are not at an
end. He has -ft number of Indians
with him and with recruits can con
tin un the campaign of robbery and
murder until the band is exterminat
ed. The Indians have full knowledge
of the. movements of the troops.
Sedgwick at Wasuinston.
Special to Tun Daii.t Tombstone.
Washington, Sept. 21. Sedgwick
arrived in this city this morning. He
declined to be interviewed.
Arizona eihould prepare for an ar
bor day, as it is now a settled fact
that the mi-re nets that are planted
the more rain does that section re
Sunnier J. Howaid, ex-Chief Jus
tice of this Territory, li;u received
the nomination for Joint Council
man for ihe Northern District, and
will surely be elected.
G. F. Robeneui, Tucson ; E. Vucc
vich, Benson; M. Buyle, Bisbee; J.
C. Burnett, Huuchuca, S. Porter, Dos
Cabezas. arc registered' at the Qcci
denluL The political campaign has now
opened in good earnest, nd from this
time on until the polls close oa the
second day of November next, both
parties will" do their level best to be
Thow-will be an important meeting
of (ho" Republican County Central
Committee a', the headquarters on
Fourth street, Friday evening, next.
All candidates are requested to be
The Engine Company hoys have
placed a headlight on the roof of the
assay otQce, at the foot of Fifth street,
for the beuefit of firemen ruuniug to
the liou&e at night in response to an
alarm of fire.
The nominations mcde by the Re
publican Territorial Convention, at
Tucson, to-day, are the strongest
ever before made in this Territory,
and will lead the whole Republican
ticket ou to victory ha November
This afternoon Dick Hague had his
little sixteen-months old son playing
around his thop, aud being Lucy for
awhile paid no 'attention to the little
todler, but finally micsiug him he
vent out into the yard and was hor
ror struck to liud him ou the topa'ost
round of a 10-foot ladder that rtands
up against the Occidental hotel. Dick
did nul bicutho Uiili'i hu had climbed
the ladder and got hia baby safely in
his arine. 5
We received a very pleasant ca
this morning from Mr. Sylveiter Fat
ter, of Dos Cabzas. He speaks very
hopefully of the mining interests in
his section, and thinks that now the
Indian troubles arc o-ert capitalists
will be induced to visit that eectib.a
It is with pleasure that we place at
the head of our columns to-day the
name of our fellow townsman, B. 8,
Coffman, for the office of Joint Coun
cilman for the counties of Cochise,
Graham, Gila, Pinal and Pima, the,
nomination for which hp received by
acclamation. Mr. Coffman is a rep-:
rescntative man and his interests ars
all in this Territory. His nomination
is equivalent to an election, and it is
with a degree of pride that The
Tombstone takes the credit upon it
self of being the first paper to meg?
tion Mr. Coffman in connection with
the office of Joint Councilman.
Will open to-night at the Skating
Rink, and thereafter every Tuesday
and Thursday after nqqn and pvenirj
ings. A soiree every Saturday even
ing. J. W. Sheppaed,
All my goods are paid for and as . I
want money and want it bad 1 will
make 50 suits for $35. Harris the
tailor. 8-13 tf.
To ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCKICX:
Whereas my former partner Fritz Gcr.
hardt has mysteriously disappeared from
his place of business in Bisbee, Cocliisu
County, A. 'i an peisons are hereby noti
fied that I will uot.be responsible iorany
debts which be may contract.
Bisbee, August 4th, SSC.
Hotel. The only first class hotel in
Tombstone. Situated on the corner ot
Fourth and Allen streets. Handsomely
furnished throughout, and has all mcd.
ru improvements. 'I ravelers are recom
mended to stop at 'this house. Private
rooms lor commercial travelers, do
bar of this houte is luruished mm m
proved billiard tables ana csxo room s
and is slocked with the dues. ora. 'Is !
wines, liquors uliI cigars.,
atitf ' Jojiuh 1'AbCuoLT,
All persons are hereby notified that my
wife, Louisa Dct'.ofi, bavins; left my bed and
board without cause or provocation, there
tore I will not be responsible for, nor pay.
any debts of her contracting from and alter
this date. JOHN DETrO.-i'.
Bisbee, Sept. 15.
declaration or Sola 1'rnderahiii
The Tereiiort or Arizona, I
CODNTT OF COCU13E. f S
To whom it may concern;
Know ye that on the lUth day ot Septem.
ber, A-D. ISSo, I, Airs. Geanie Aliner, wife of
W.O. Miller, make the follawii .declaration
for tb- purpose ot cariyiuan and transact
ing business under my own name as a sole
trader, to-wit: That 1 intend to carry ou h
my owu uanie and fur my own use and buq.
ttit the business of a raucher and stoclc
raislug in all of its branches, as usually car.
rled on by other persons, in the Terr:t9ry
of Arizona and in Sonora, where 1 am now
temporarily residing. That my citizenship,
is in the County of Cochise, "and Territory
of Arizona, aud lu said county J intend tq
cbrry on the business aforesaid, ' fa witness
wbereuf X hereunto subscribe my name, the
day and Gale above written.
Territory of Arizona, County ol Cq
On this ICth day of September, A. D. 1S86
personally appeared, before me John C,
Easton, a notary public, iu, and lor the coun
ty of Cuchise, Ueunie Miller, Knpwp to ma.
lu be the person described, and who madu
the foreing declaration of her intention,
to carrjr'on tLe business as therein stales',
who acknowledged to ne that she executed
the same freely and voluntarily, and (or'tbo
ut.s aiid purposes therein mentioned. lri
witness whereof J hare hereunto set my
hand and tttixiid my official seal, the day
and j ear iu this certificate first written. -
IsealI JOHN C. EASTON.
IN THE COUNTT COUKT OF THE
County 01 Cochise, territory of Arizona.'
Iu the matter ot the appiiraiiuu of
Roderick F. ilatford, and insolvent debtor
to he diirhjrtel from his det.is an J liabiU
The petition, schedule and inventory of
Roderick 1. Hatford, lh above namea peti
tioner, having becu ri-cuivcd aud filed here
in, it is hereby ordcruj that the s'id peti
tioner be," and he hereby if, declared lujol-
vent and the Sheiitf ol lliu 'couuty' of Co
chise is hereby directed 10 take Dosses'sion
of all the estate, real and personal of said
petitioner, except such as may Jy 4a'w be
exempt from execution: and Of all liis deeds
vouchers, books or accouut and papers; and
to keep the same nafely until the ippoiu.
ment of an assignee. It is further ordered
that all persons are forbidden to make. pay
ment ol any debts to. or la deliver any
urooertr bclouidnir to such debtor to him.
or for his use, and said petitioner is forbid
den to make any transfer Of iis property or
any portion thereof.
it is luitner ordered mat tne creditor of
petitioner meet at the ofhie of the Cterk of
this Court at the Court House in Hit: eitv uf
Tombstone, upon the Sid day of October,
;8S6, at 10 o'clock a. iu. to prove their debts
and cbuu-e one or more arij;neB o. Ibj
estate of ib ilioner. it is iiutlier ordered
tnat tho clurx hi ifiis 'iMuit-aliaJl ironic
diatelj publish a' copy of uruir iu 'lilt:
ililLy lUjitiySt, .u newspaper bating j
gtneluj rii&iiuliOti, uju puuiisucu at tiie
ci:y of 'ioiubstoue, iu tue eouuiy of Co-Cnis.--,
as (ilicii u ziti neupji r lo printed
buii.ie tue VJcetmi; o! tl.e said cieJitoisj
anil saia eliili shall gei ve lorlumtn a copy
ot lliis order by Uiiitea Stales mail, jioslsse
prepaid or promily, on all crcntois.
iiauied in Hie uniicAct: icuiduiu.
Iiatid, Sep.. It, 1-.J.