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FOR CITY TTKASURER.
I hereby auii..mire wyscir to the voters or
ttio City ol Tombstone as an independent
candidate Tor City Treasurer at the election
which will he helt! November 2hd.
B)K CtTV K53CORWKK.
I hereby announce myself to the voters
the City ot Tombstone as an Independent
candidate for City Recorder, at the election
which will be held November 2nd.
The following is the latest price of
silver in New York and London :
New Yokk, Oct. 30.
London 40 d
New York S9 cts.
Frank Broad returned this after
noon fiom Nogalcs.
Local items wero very Ecarco to.
The I. 0. 0. F, meet this evening
Stoves aro now in demand in tho
mornings and evenings.
There is but very little doubt of
Slaughter's election over It. S. Hatch.
Mr. Frue came in from his ranch
The latest returns give ItiltcrHboul
Billy Furr, a well known rancher of
the Dragoons is visiting this city.
Old Yavapai will give Bean about
If you want to get tho news sub
scribe for The Tombstone.
Fine spring chickens and fresh
ranch butter for sale ut the Fulton
The returns from the different por
tions of tho Territory are coming m
Wanted. From 40 to CO head of
milch cows for hire. Enquire at this
Tom Davis a "genial knight of the
grip is visiting this bonanza camp.
Something recent Dross-goods
bargain counter, "l'alacc." 27lf
Mr. Abe My IMS t no of the solid citi--ons
of l'iieaix is Mailing Tomb
The choicest groceries in the city
-can be procured at F.N. WallcottV. tf
F'-r the choicest of canned goods
etc., go to Wallei.tt's. tf
The ele-Jtiori is over and our citizens
Viil settle down to solid business
Burincs generally was suspended
yesterday on account of the election
uud the city appeared as though it
was a holiday.
I. X Canficld one of tho 1 mVm
stockman of Waeeo county Texas it
visiting this city and is leistered at
tho Occidental Hotel.
Quite a number of our citizens who
reside in the country were in town
Advlues from Pima county place
Bean's majority at 250, and Coffman's
Judge Morrison still remains in
town and the chances aic that he will
become a fixture here as he is beyond
a doubt elected County Judge.
Value oftlio Warm Water ISalli
It is stated mat tlie Copper Queen
romnanv will nut quite a number of
n cn at work next week, and tli.it
h ) wdl resume work upon a largi
The Anti-Chinese cily ticket was
olect-d yestcnlay, and it. is hoped
that they will pass such ordinances
us will m.ike J-thn Chinaman keep
hi? premises dean, and leave a little
of his looc change in this city.
Our paper is not what we would
w-Uli to have it to-day as wo were
short of help, but it will apqear to
morrow plum full of good reading
matter, and as tuiial will give the reg
ular news of the day.
The people have decided by their
ballots who shall preside over this
county for the next two yean", and
.( ur people who voted for the defeated
candidates will abide by tho will of
Stephen M. Hart came in yester
day from the Sulphur Spring vall-y
in oider to cas-l bis vote in town, and
also to get a good start fur So'n.-ia,
where ;o.-s after a band of cattle fo:
J. II. Slaughter. This is t'ne lir.-t
visit he ha: made lo Toiub.-tono ful
some lime, and h's many friends wen:
particularly glad to se.s him. lie
leaves for the land of the manyana to
morrow morning, and we with him
suc.ess on Ids trip.
A InrRro Vole Polled :i:n! Hie
TCInJorify ol'llie SJciiioemtie
Long before the polls wero opened,
a crowd collected in front of the
Russ House, and as soon as the elec
tion board announced that tho polls
were opened, voting commenced and
was kept up steadily until the hour
The saloon keepers all observed the
law and kept their places of business
closed uutil the polls were closed.
Thero were no row or disturbances
during the day and the best of order
was maintained at the polls by E.'D.
Clark and 0. B. Bloomer who were
The different candidates on both
tickets refrained from any personal
abuse against each other, and worked
shoulder to shoulder for the interest
of their rcspectivo tickets.
The returns from tho country have
not been received yet, but below we
give the returns in the city as counted
up lo 1 o'clock lo-day :
Coffman ; 385
Ha r wood 247
Hey ne 343
Grav '. 258
Hennessey ". 372
Walker : 31a
Tarbell 1 313
Uoadloy. . . 243
Congress M. A. Smith, (5; 0. C.
Public Instruction C. M. Strauss,
4 ; Thos. Conii.--, 10.
Joint Council W. C. Watkins-, 4;
B. S. Coffman, 10.
Council L. W. Blinn, 4; W. A.
Assembly F. W. Hey no, G; Scott
White, 6; J. M. Bracewell, 2; Mike
Gray, 7; B. L. Feel, 5; W. S. Flem
ming, S; A. C. liiehards, 9; Frank
tome,!); W. A. Nash, 7 ; Chas. N.
l'homas, 10. .
County Judge H. 11. -Monk, 5; E
W. Morrison, 5.
Sheriff John II. Slaughter, 7; II.
S. Hatch, 7.
District Attorney Ben Goodrich,
7; W. II. Slilwdl.7.
Trcasnrei H. A. Tweed, 3; A.J.
Ilecurdei W. I). Mounionicr, 2 ; W.
h Br dky, 12.
Assessor J. B. Ilennessy, 9; E. G.
Norton, 5. i
Clerk County Court W. I). Gauz
horn.3; Allen "Walker, 10.
Coi oner and Public Administrator
J. A. Koska, A ; C, B. Taibell, 10
Surveyoi J. II. Hoadley, 3; II, G.
Supervisors J. E. Durkce, 10; T
J. While, 7; B. S. Brown, 5; T. C.
Justice of the Peace George
Elected Smith by 4, Cordis 11. C-i
man 4. Blinn 74, White, Urawovwll,
Peel, Giaj, Kichaids, Slaughter ,
Morrison 3.), Goodrich H, T-vecd 2.
Bradley 3, Holiness- 2i, ! in.'-ioni
5, T.i i bell 7, Howe 1, Wnile, B.iiu,
Nichols, Iluns.iker, Wood.-, lluio.ui,
Assemblymen and Supervisors major
Wcm 5 "t incline a.
Bean, 7; Cordis, 7; Coffman, 8;
Ilarwood, 7; Flemming, 7; Nash, 7;
liiehards, 7; Frame, 2; C.N Thoma?,
7; Hatch, 7; Stilwcll, 2; Bitter, 1;
Bradley, 7; Norton, 2; Walker, 4;
Tarbell, 7; Howe, 3; Brown, 7; Bain,
7. Smith, 3 ; Strauss, 3 ; Watkins, 2 ;
Blinn, 2; Hey tic, 4; White, 3; Brace
well, 3; Gray, 7; Poel, 3; Slaughter,
3; Tweed, 9; Gocdrich. 8; Monnio
nier, 3 ; Monk, 3 ; Hennessey, 8 ; Ganz
horn, G; Koska, 3; Hoadley, 7; Dur
kce, 4; White, 2.
Harwood . . 33
Monk ! 53
Slaughter '. 59
Bradley .' .Gl
Tarbell - 40
Koska . 55
Hoadley '. 73
Benin '. '0
Following is the city vote in detail :
io w t-
. 04 112
O. N. Thomas
Chief of Police "
George O iks
M. G. Crowley
G. W. Chapman
Ci y Attorney
G. W. Swain
J. P. Pv.iffcrty
J. L. Melgren
e vole was as
J. L. Lee 7
JoM.ih Kiilew 57
J. Goodin. G4
Joseph Lippert 122
George K. Watt 77
11. J. Winders 33
S. C. Bacg 107
J. E. Butler 70
For justices of the peace there is
very little doubt of tho election of
"Messrs. Easton and Shearer.
For Constables, Ben James and
Fred Dodge are elected by a large
Owing to the largo number c.f
scratched tickets voted, it takes con
siderable lime to count the votes, but
we think that wo can give the total
rote by to-morrow evening.
As tho vole now stands the Repub
licans have elected Coffman, Kiehar.fs,
Hitter, Bradley, Morrison and Tarbell.
All peisoiis having hills against the
Comity Central Commivtee will be
paid by presenting the t-ame to C. N.
Tlmmas, the Secretary.
I desire lo lale that I was-inllu-1'iiced,
as wero many of my country
mo.'i, by the report being circulated
that Krai k Broad had left the town,
and I voted fur other men. I .-ign
ihi? for unveil and many of my conn
sty ncn. H. Kit. ARMANI).
A SilKltl YoSc.
Sneci.il to Tiic Din.v ToMrsToxn.
Augusta, Nov. 3. There was a very
light vote for congressmen through
out the stale and no opposition to the
Democratic Candidates. Charleston
reports from all parts of the State
show a quiet election and a light vote
There is no opposition to the Demo
cratic state ticket of to tho Democrat
ic candidates for Congress excapt in
the 7th district, Memphis Tenn, Judge
J. B, Morgan is re-elected in the 4th
district of Mississippi by a largo maj
ority. Glass nlso a democrat is also
ro-alected in the 9th Tennessee dis
trict defeating Davis A. Nunn former
ly secretary of State.
Special to Tnc Dailt TojibstoxlI.
Montgomery Ala. Nov. 3, A light
vote polled no opposition to the Dem
Cheyenne Wyo. -Nov. 3. Carey
was re-elec'.cd delegate to Congress
without opposition. Tho Democrats
generally voting for him.
Milwaukee Wis , Nov 3. Husk
the republican candidate fcr Govern
or is elected by a plurality of
Baltimore m. r., Nov. 3. Indica
tions are that the entire Stale and
Congressional democratic ticket is
San Francisco, Nov. 3. One hun
dred interior precincts gave Swift 5,-
952, Bartlett 5,792.
New Oulkaxs Nov. 3. Tho elect
ion throughout the S'ato as far as
heard from "passed off quietly. W.lk
orson a democrat has. almost a walk
over in the first district but few re
publican votes are being cast, vole in
this city has been light. Reports re
ceived indicates a fair vote polled
throughout the b.;H:ice of tho slate
alierc being no opposition lo the dem
Virginia New, Nov. 2. Rcturne
are coming in slowly but enough is.
known lo warrant the statement that
tho entile Republican state ticket is
elected including the legislative ticket
Tins gives the republicans the next U
S. pouator to succeed senator Van.
Denver Col , Nov. 3. The repub
lican statu Committee claim the etate
by 3000, while the Democrats say they
will have it by 000,
ISpuci.il to T!ic D.u'iy Toialjitor.' !.
Chicago Ills Nov. 3. The owners
of the iaige packing houses antici
pate another strike of their employes
for a working day of eight hour?.
They had a meeting and resolved to
protect their property at all hazards
and if another btrike is ordered to
morrow it is expected that pinker on's
mem will be called inlo service.
Special to Tnc Duly Tombstone.
San Francisco, Nov. 3 A rumor
's current to-night that the Smith
Pacific Coast ncrrow gauge railiu.nl
will soon pa.-.s into tho hands of the
Southern Pacific company. It i
stated thai Senators S.mfoid and Fair
and A. N. Towne. Gi!iirr:.l Manager of
the Southern Pacific company, will
make a lour of inspection over the
road lids week, after which it is stated
the tiansfer will be made. '1 lie road
will then changed fiom a narrow
gauge to a broad "t.ige.
Special to The Daily Tombstoxe.I
Boston, Nov. 3. The Cunard line
steamer Pavonia, beached on Rains
ford Island, was floated this forenoon.
The holes in her forward compart
ments have been temporarily stopped
and she started under her own steam
'I'Sio President -will Attend.
Special to The Dailt Tomcstoxk.
Boston, Nov. 3. The President lias
accepted an invitation to attend tho
250th anniversary of the founding of
Harvard College. He will arrive here
next Monday morning and attend the
exercises at the college.
Special to TnE Daily TomhstoxeJ.
Berlin, Nov. 3. Bismarck ' hasiii
vitcd Herbert, the French ambassa
dor, to visit him at Varxin.
Candidate far the Unitarian
Siiccial to Tuc Daily Tomcstoxe.
London, Nov. 3. Prince Conza,
half brother to King Milan, has be
come a candidate for tho Bulgarian
throne. He is a relative of M. D
Gieres, the Russian foreign minister.
A Bad Carrier.
Spcci.il to Tn c Duly Tombstone.!
San Francisco, Nov. 3. Geo. Wil
son, a loiter carrier of this city, was
observed throwing away mail matter
on Hayes etreet yesterday, for which
ho was arrested. The matter was
mostly political circulars. Ho stated,
upon being arrested, that he felt that
he was working too hard for the pay
he was to receive, and so decided to
dispose of his burden as speedily as
possible. The affuir has been report
ed to the postal authorities.
;?:-cc:.;l to Ths Dailt tomb-stonc.
New Waves, Nov. 3. Estcrbrook &
Co., of this city, tho only manufacturer.-
of oleomargarine in Connecti
cut, have fuspcuded, as they regard
the government tax as prohibitory.
From 0 to 109 persons aro thrown
out of employment.
Special to I he D.uly Tombstone.
New York, Nov. 3. The returns
arc not all in, bul George' defeat is
looked upon as certain, . It is esti
mated that Hewitt will have about
92,000 votes, Roosevelt, uluut 05.000
and George about G3,00i. Hewitt's
plurality will be about 10,000.
Concord, N- II., Nov. 3. Returns
from nearly one-third of tho towns in
the Slate show a Ropuolican loss on
the popular vote as compared with
the vole of 18S-I. This does not in
chide the ci.lies and several of the
larger towns where Republican losses
were expected. McKinney, Democrat,
isthctedto Congress in the Third
The Sanitary World considers clean
liness not only essential to goud
health, but iiis- a iu.uk of good breed
ing. The laborer, by the clinging of
dust to his perspiring person, bi
comes a fit subject for fliebilh tub
very frequently. Too frequent bath
ing is weakening. 'It may not be ad
visible to take a bath morning and
evening, as some medical journals
advise, but a good washing fiequ'ently
enough to keep the person clean.
Warm baths will often prevent the
most virulent diseases, A person who
may be in fear of having received in
fection of any kind should take a
warm bath, suffer perspiration to
ensue, and then rub dry. Drcs
warmly lo guard agaiwst taking cold,
lf the system bus imbibed any in
fectious ma'ter, it will be removed by
resorting to Ui's proccs-s, if done be
foie the infection has time lo spread
over the sys em ; and even if some
time has elapsed, the- drenching per
spiration that mi.y hejndueed by hot
water will be very certain m remove ii.
-v c i
Ill ease oi euni; siiou, uiiiim? iwn1 ,
j inlLimmlTtioi;, etc., there is no r.-ii!-
cdy more certain to give relief. In
eases of obstinate constipation nho,
wonderful cures have been wrought
For sore throat, diphtheria, and in
flammation of the lungs, a hot com
press is one of the most potent rem
edies. Scientific American.
The Bisbce returns will arrive by
ttagc this evening.
Sergeant Beyor and several mem
bers of his troop came in this after
noon from Fort Huachucr.
Webster Street, Judge of tho
County Court returned last evening
A teamster of .Tas. Carrs missed
about $225 and Jerry Barton, Frank
Broad and the teamster recovered
117 of the amount this afternoon,
thanks due Barton and Broad.
Notice ol Sale.
The undersigned desires to state
that he has sold the Pacific Chop
House to Mr. William .A. Anderson
who will conduct the same in tho fu
ture in the same manner as I -have
conducted it in the past, and I desire
all parties kuowiug themselves in
debted to me to pay the samo to him
at their earliest convenience.
- . W. D. Coleman.
Tombstone, Out. 30. lw
?iitico to Itio l'ul)lic.
I havo this day nmployed the serv
ices of Mr. W. W. Baldwin, of Benson,
to represent me and my interests in
my store in Beuson; the terms of
which are more specifically sot forth
in a power of attorney, executed by
me, and on record, Book 2, Power of
Attorney, page Id.
J. H. HULL.
Dated, Tombstone, Oct. 30. 188G.
Tho Willows Saloon, Harry Steven
son proprietor, has removed to tho
building formerly occupied by Ash
mun fc Walker, on Allen street, next
door to the Can Can, where tho best
of Wines, Liquors and Cigars can aW
' ways be had. cctSOC
' -!.. OO Kcwai a.
I will pay the above rnnarJ for in
formation that will lead to tho arrest
of the fiend or fiends who poisoned,
my dog. I. S. Ba2nesv
Fifth street News Depot.
The Cottage Lodging House situa .
ted on Fifth street between Fremont
and Hulfurd, next door to Joseph
Hoefllers, conducted by Mrs. Mary
Dcllaaii, lias just been thorough
ly cleaned and elegantly relurn
lshcd, iu every room. Hot and
coll baths connected with the house.
Rooms cu suite or single. Oortinier-.
cial travelers would do well lo stop at.
this house. Mrs. Mary DeIIaan.
Anil don't you forget it, that Wolcott Si.
Mcssick have the fineat toilet soaps fur sole
tl::it bus t-vur been olTureu ta the peoulu of
litis city. 6-22tf
Fon Sale The fixtures and trado
of the. Eclipse Bakery; also tho
Bakery to let. Apply to J. M. Nash,
on the premises. tf
Suits well and thoroughly cleaned
for if 1.50 by Harris tho tailor.Bolhin'a
block ' 8.12tf.
l- ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Whereas my former partner Fritz GerJ
hur.lt liuo mysteriously disappeared from
his plui-e of business In Bisbee, Cocliise
County,.A. i., an pcisons arc.liercby noti.
liedlli.it I will net be responsible lorany
debts which he ir.ay contract.
i'.sbvc, August -tth, 'SSO.
Dissolut'on of Partnership.
To whom it may concern: The firm o(
Btrruiv & B i.ig has llils uay dissolved by
niiitita' c. hii-i.t, M. Barrow retirlnjr froni
M.u! lirm. All bids against said linn will Ins
paid lv fj. (J. Bag;;. d. U. BAOfJ,
ANTED Lady agents actually clear
S.XI l...l.r t...,l. .11.- .....Mlliipr.. .iltpu!
ni'vv patent rubher umierirarmciit for le-iiKik-s.
A minister's Mrilo sold lu first hour,
.MADAM W. r. LITTLE.
Box US, Chicago, 111,
All my goods are paid for and as I
want money and want it bad I will
make $50 suits for $35. Harris the
- Caution Aolico.
Ail pei sons are hereby notified that raj
witi-, .iiiia Di't'.ull, liavmr left my bed and
bimn' milium cause 01 provocation, there
Fore i will not b repo:-sible for, nor pay
mi ileitis ol ner eiti.li acting from and alter
tin's ii.uu. JOHN DEITOtK, j
ttisOce, dept. !".
Fine 1 iyi-i ; ht.iu'tr s.ilj tit tlip
Ii i It hi Market corner of Seventh aud
I-'ieini nt xtreel.-. tf.
Fresh ranch butter at 45 cents per.
, itntitl f:iii lie iimenrod at tin; Fnltnti
' Jlaiket corner of Seventh and Fei.-,
muni r-src-lss u