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PUBLISHED EVKttY SUNDAY.
ThSMS or SUISOKIr'TIOSS:
91 year,. . 4 uu
Vx months... 2 00
May tbe beat man win.
The CjcIiUa County Democratic re
solutions, have the trover ring and
meets tlie sentiments of the people.
Tiik (oldbug erew have decidedly
rough sailing in Arizona thi fall.
"They will be swaruped on Nov. 8lli.
The issue in this campaign is the
ihir question; there is no disguising
the Matter. A vote for Brodie is n
endorsement of the republican plat
form for gold.
The Demoorati are into the arena,
the Republicans will be by tumr.rrow
and the Fops wi'l mix in by Wedn-s-day.
" Out of the array the Tote'
should bav uo trouble to make a
Out of 229 voles iu Tombi-tone
Dly 28 of tbem went for Doran
last election. Col. Brcdie who is
running on tbe same goldbug plat
form will know what to expect.
Saya William J. Bryan: "Keep tbe
silver issue at tbe front until it i-
settled." That will be the slogan in
Arizona. It cannot, it Kill not be
silenced, by any subterfuge or false
Auir.o.VA does not want to set.d tbe
impression abroad that silver Arizona
hat turned tier bark on her chief in
dustry. We are for silver first, las
and all the time and Cochise county
will do her lhare to flowing under
the gold bug candidate for delegate to
Ii would be a most humiliating
spectacle for the great silver producing
territory or Arizona to eeud a gchlhug
delegate to congress. Fortunately
the peeple outnumber the politicans
cf Arizona and Col. Wilton will be the
people' choice. Cochiee county will
tie her share and we expect to tee the
reet of the territory fall in line.
Opinion of an Kniinent Jurist.
Ballot reform in New York was nece
saf y,says an eminent jurist, becanse mere
politicians by trade, who nad no interest
in government or politics, except to
enrich and aggrandize themselves, sought
perpetual control. There are other ex
cellent lefonn beside that of ihe
ballot. Conspicuous among is the re
lorm in a disordered physical s sit-in by
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, which
counteracts tendencies to seriou; disease
hied by a deficiency of vital stamina,
it regularity of the bowels, s'omacb liver
or kidneys, and inquietude of the neives.
This sterling medicine, which has for
near half a century won popular favor,
not only for its exrellent qualities in a
in a remedial captcity. but also for its
serviceable properties as a medicinal
sx i-EDRo j:or.si-rp.
All member attending the round
up will meet at Curry' ranch ou Oct.
l'J Ii. Tbe nlart will be nimle at
Charleston nn 2"th, working up the
Sau Pedro to tl n line around the
uaebiu'a to the Fort. General
inr tation to cattlemen interested is
The Benson round-up will com
mence on Sept. 21) and work in two
we ctions, one outfit to start at liulin'e
ranch and to work up the river and
the other to Hurt at Fniihank and
work down the river until boh out
fits meet Then the lower outfit will
work on the east rido of the river by
the way o' John Lyon's, Allen Flat,
Johnson and Rtissellville. The up
per outfit will start at Marcos Pacheco
eanein and work around the north
and eat slope of the Whetstone
mountains and Frenrli J 00 Canon,
and then cross over to Tombstone and
work around the south and west aide
of tbe Dragoon mountains until the
two sections again meet. Fred Treu
was elected captain for tbe lower
work and John Dunbar was make
eaptain for tbe upper work.
fteu-iiuti SraiNo Vauxt Rodeo.
Tbe Sulphur Springs Valley round.
11 pVill commence on September 2d
at Hot Spriofs and work- through lo
McCcmb'e under Mr. E. Marion, cr
Uin ; tbeoee to Ihe JB ranch by "Mr. J
B, Cook; captain ; thence run tbtough
to Stalling atd SrttV by Mr. Fre'd
Scoft eaptain. All hands must meet
00 oigbtjof Sept. 1. (.8Igndf
Himjkk, October 9, IWI8.
Forty-three delegates, among whom
wag distributed proxies, occupied
scats in yesterday's Democratic con
vention. Dr. F. A. Sweet called the
convention to order at lCKtO a. 111.
Col. Miohael Gray of Pearce, was un
animously chosen temporary chair
man, and Stephen Romer of Benson
temporary secretary. The chairman
appointed, on Tevis' motion, Tevii
Merrill, Rigs. Howe and Garrison
as comtnitteo on oredentia!?. Recess
taken. Report of coninntt-e adopted.
Motion of Sweet, chairman appointed
mi committee permanent ergraniza
tinn: McKay, MrPherson, Cox,
Greene and Deltbanty. Chairman
appointed as committee on platform
and resolutions: Sweet, Douglas, Mc
Cnrmick, Walker and Ez. Vote ol
thanks tendered to Beu WillUnw for
conception In returning delegates over
A. k S. E. railway fiee. Adjourned
to I p.m. Reeonened at 2 p. in.
Committe on organization reported
that temporary offcern be mad perma
nent and nnmed order of hindnee.
Motion levis reports of previously
mentioned committees be adopted
and committees icliargd. Carried.
Committee on platform and resolu
tions rfferfd following report:
The Democratic party of CochWe
County heartily joins the democracy
of the entire country and all friends
of thx free and unlimited coinage
of silver in re-affirming alligiance to
the principles set forth in the plat
'orm adopt d by the Democratic
National Convention of 1S90. We
aUo endorse the platform adopted by
the Democrii'ic Tcrri'oral C invention
Sfp'ember 10, lSUet. We approve Bnd
endorse the policy of our present rep
resentative in Congrtts. ttie Hon.
Marcus A. Smith, whose ability has
pained for him an eminence in ttio
councils of the nation nver attained
by any other delegate from our terri
tory. We pledge our support to the
present standard benrer of the Ari
zina democracy, and believiug that
only a silvi r nan cau truly reprtstnt
the fentiment-wf the people uf this
territory, we urge all believers in the
double monetary standard to unite in
electing to congress that lea 1 lees and
unchanging adiocate of free silver and
the people's rig'-ts Co'. John F.
Wilson. Wo feel inexprcs;ible grati
tude to the brvo ecldier and sailor
who have won such unparslled
victories for our ft ip, for freedom and
for civil-'zation and pcdiit with especial
ptide to tho record of the volunteers
from Aiiz na. We are opposol to
ihe removal of any territorial public
institutions or tho diu-ion of any
county by set of the territorial legisla
ture. We helieve in the strictest
economy io the conduct of our county
government and in the employment
of every honorable means to reduce
the rate of taxation now impond on
Motion report was adopted nd com
mittee discharged. Trvij named
Scott White of Tombstone, for re
nnmination as sheriff Made unan
imous amid cheer. MrPhcron name
A. Wee t wot tli of 'J'ombstone for re
nomination for treasurer. Made un
animous. For district attorney, Con
Ion Earned E. W. Land of Bisbee;
Tevis nominated C. S. Clark of Tomb
stone; McCnrmick nnni.d A. 11.
English of Tombstone. Here discus
sion arose as to method of voting,
Gretne favoring ballot. Sweet by open
vote, on roll rail Sweet's method na
decideil upon. Ballet resulted in 31
for Land and on McKay's motion the
nomination made unanimous. S. C.
Perrin rf Hisbee, was uamed by Street
for prof ,. ji:dge. On Greece's mo
tion made unanimous Sowle named
Alex S. Kier (the "Rough Rider") of
Bisbee, for recorder ; Merrill nomin
ated Frank Hare. Ballot r lilted,
Hare41,Kier 17. On Greene's mo
tion made unanimous. Sweet nomin
ated F. M. Mi Kay of Btbe6. for ag-es-sor.
Made unanimous. Mc Kay ex
pressed thanks. Sweet nominati d
M.C. Benton, of Bisb'e, for super
visor ; Greene named J. H. McPherson ;
Ed. Brown nominated B. Riirgs Br. of
Bowie. A recess wa taken alter
which McPherson (withdrew. Ful
(um nominated Robt. Barr of Turkey
Track and Bishee. Barr declined.
Tevis moved nomination of Hitus anl
Benton be made unanimou. Carried.
For council, Merrill nominated M. .'.
Scrihner of Tombston; Tevis nomin
ated M. Gray, who ileclineil; Conbn
nominated H.W. Ex, latter declining
McKay moved Scribner be made
choice. Carried. Assembly Mer
rill nominated H. W. Etz: Cnnlnn
nominated James Cor, who declined;
They Wear Like Iron -
spring bottom pants
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
U. S. A
Everv Garment Guaranteed. I
Irwin nominated B. J. O'Reilly of
Birbee; Riggs ramid M.Gray; Mer
1 ill nominated J. H. Tevis. Ballot:
Eu57, Rigg 52. T.vis 33. O'Reilly
31. SwertV motion to male unanmi
011s tl.o nomination of flret three.
Ciirri-d. Chairman appointed Sweet,
Greeue and Merrill a comniUtee to
nume the centril committee lo; the
Iho prccinet tickets were left for
he delegates of each prtvinct to
seltct. Uioboo delegates will name
jui'ices and constablp on Mon-'ay
evening. There is quite a scramble
for the-e ofticers, democratic and
Bisbee, October 10, 1698.
Fireman's ball on Wednesday.
I. O. O. F, meeting Wedneiday
Pay-dav and not much money en
hind about town.
Tim Griffith will go to Tucson as a
juro', on Tuesday.
O, H Briggs, tho cattleman, ha
returned from Tcxa.
Prcinct tirket "f the democrats to
be filled this evening.
Twenty-five desks aided to the school
reom cf the Bibre public echonl,
Capt. Tevis said wliilfc here that be
has been in Cochise Co, 41 years.
Mi? Mary Tack is about to build a
l'dging hnute east of the Richelieu.
Fresh invoiea knights of green
cloth on hand to deal out to tbe boys.
Col. Land wa pleased w':th the
work of the contention on Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. CUtk leave Tuedy
evening for Preecott where they will
Fred Coleman and Fred Johnson
left for a propecting tour in the
Dick Hartman and Doc Farrington
were seen in cloae conference this
morning. Something's up.
Geo. J Roskruge is to re'urn from
Tiicon lo do .inme mrveving lor the
Copper tueen Co, about Oct. 20.
Sid Harris, Sid MJlen, Al Erock
man and Hilly N'ebon pulled in thi
morning after two weeks trip to the
The big bull dog of the Palace
table is an unknown quantity and
the stable boys are after the man who
stole that purp.
The sa'oon men are wearing a
pleasant emit;. Three conventions
and a pay day within a week is sure
to make 'tm feel good.
Pete Johrson, agent S. B. Copper
Co., came in Sunday and left this
afternoon for Tomlulone via. vhe
Mule mountain ronl.
J. B. Wright of Aei-'t Supt.Harvej's
office, ha gone to Fairbanks to re
lieve Agent Hei tb, who has been
gianttd leava of absence.
Rev. D. Sobcrti the new Methodist
minister, preached list evening in
Rev. Piitchar.l's pulpit. He will en
deavor to build a ehunh here, '
Gus Huber and Otto Gietenhofer
told of their early doings IS vears ago
in Cochise, after introducing Gus as a
I at- arrival from the fatherland.
Joe McCabe will be put on the
uniinished" ticket cf t':- People's
Party. Joe having advised the commit
tee uf his con ir.g and acceptance.
Judge Robinron and wife formerly
of Tombstone In eatly days, arb visi
tors from California and may remain
here, the guest of tbtir daughter Mrs.
J. J. Pa-ton.
Recent arrival are Hon. H. C.
Herrick, Wm. Shilliaao, W. A. Har
wood, Johnny Quian the talloi-aoade
man, W. T. Camllo f rom Tocion, wro
is on sami lay.
"You fellows may talk all the politic
yru want to, but I'vo gotagol new
republican voter at home, just arrived."
an't after ut'erlng these words C. L.
Beckwith "said something," and
several heard it.
Senator Frank T.Aspin wall former
ly of Winslow is here from Los
Angeles. He took in the Democratic
convention, tomorrow the R publican.
The Senator wants to see ihe board o
control abolidicd. He is over head
and heels in lovo with McCord (?)
Goes nut Tussday evening to ,
he couldn't say where.
When "Rough Rider" Tom Wig
gins appeared on the platform of his
car, Win. ShillUm introduced the lat
arrival. Tom said, "Gentlemen, 1 am
for my country first, Tom Wigvino
afterwards' Then Shilliam said,
"The Arizona Repullicans will take
care of the "RhukIi Riders." Evi lent
Iv Sliil'iem has heard of Kier's bad
luck before Saturday's convention.
Povtmatter Priichard drove. Wiggins
to Engineer Fitch's home wheie the
"Rough Rider" bieakfasted. Coining
down town with Fitch, Wiggins went
into Justice Williams' and r gistered
as Tli mas Walter Wiggins aged 30
years and 0 months. Tom, in answer
to a 4ieiion put by jour corre-pon-dent,
kid he was iu the hands of the
Republican convention and ilidn't
known what would be giveu him
Wiggins who it carrying a Spanish
bullet in bis hip, was a parent at Key
West since July 5. so he said.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Official Poceetlings of the I.as.
TounsTONB.Oct. 6, 1898.
2 p. m.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Same member present.
Absent Thos. Allaire.
Petition of C. L. Aiusworlh to be
road overseer o' IVarce distiict De-
Tbe billowing bill ware audited
C. L. Ainsworth, constable at
Pearce disaUowed f 3 25 al
lowed flS.'i 7."
A. H. Emanuel, clerk district
court, di. allowed $1.09 al
lowed 378 25
H. B. Strauss, interpreting at
Bisbee. disallowed $0 00
allowed OC 00
Nick Angu, scavenger at B:.s-
bee 40 00
W. T. Showers, constable at
Benson ll'J GO
W. l Monnunier, justice ees
Pearce 59 70
of which 11.03 to be de
ducted ior school fu-id.
N. Yaple, drugs for 3rd quarter
189S, disallowed tl!U3 al
lowed 41 S7
S. K. William, justice fees
Bisbee disallowed fl.00
allowcl 5S2 -10
S. M.Barrow, supplies for jail 64 75
S. C. Perrin, justice fees Bio
bee 51 95
T. J. Barker, team hire lib beo
dijalloned f 13.00 allowed 10 00
Dr. C. L. Edmunds, autopsy
Bibce 10 00
E. L. Shaw, j'l'tice fees Powie 23 00
Of which $10.00 to be de
ducted (or school fund.
William Hatlich, county print
ing ... 12C 50
VV. F. Bra11ey,sIary Probate
judge 3rd quarter 1897.'. 300 00
Headquarters for C. P. Cyanide P.ilash ('.'8 OH per cent). Di
nxid Sodium, Zinc Shavirg-, Bomx Glai-, C. P. Test Lad,
Cruci.ile, Mullles, liiriiaceF, etc. Write ftr IKusiruted Catalog.
A7V- BTlA.TJlSr tie OO.
101-407 North Main St., Los Angeie?, Calitornia.
J. C. Pane, salary j til guard for
county i-iil 75 W
G vernoi's procUnution calling f.n
a gonnral elo tinn to b held Novem
tcr 8th, 1898 fur tli elfcti hi of on
delegate to the 50 congres, and n
leKislative, county and precinct otli
ceri.forthe term cominein:ing Jan
uary 1st li-99, ordered published fot
Report of elerk of tht boar 1 of
siipervieors of incidental fund checked,
c rect, warrant ordered dravtn for
f50.00 for In 'i.'.entals for county
Report of William Hughes, road
overseer Bisbee road district rceiv-d
and found to be correct and ordered
placed on fill.
At -1 p. m. board stands adjourn
ed to 10 a. ni.O.-t 7.h 1898.
M. J. Hhouk
Jawfs F. Dt'XCAS, Chairman.
1 puty t'l rk.
The members of the Ladies Aid ar.
invited fi an inform ii meeting -it lie
reeidence of Mrs Scott Whi'e, Tues
ilay aftornnon at 2:30 o'c-lo;k.
C K Thnmit Ifl- MxPrirmi at- 11
Hat'ich and Ja Marr have gone to j
Tucson to attend ths V S. court a '
grand juro: s t
Q.ii'en delegation ot Tombtone
K'publican deb-pale lft thn after
noon for Bisbee golni; ov-rland incut
of Montgomery' let.
Al! of the Tomb-tone delegates to
the Democratic convention have ro
turned home. They nrt.of the opinion
that the ticket i a sure winner.
Geo. H. Pitt wired Probate Judge
Bradley that bo would leave New York
on the 15th to ne on hand at a hear
ing of a probate case in which he i
interested. A'tcrnry E. W. Lnnd i slowly im
proving but not yet ahl to run a foot
ran?. He id anxious to get out of hi' '
rick chamber to look after his poiiii
Hon. Charles R Drake, Chairman
of the republican territorial committee,
writes the Oasis:
"I will go to Phoenix nn the fi fi,
and I fxpeel to go from there to met
Col. BrjJie, whom wn expect toreoili
lh Territory about the 10.h It i-
my intention tonpen the cumpa'sn on i
the line of the A. . P. tt Holbrcoic t
with Cid. Brndin, feeing w. pt along the'
line of that railrnail to Williams j
thenee sou'h to Prescntt and Plioenix
o the line of Ihe Southern Pacific,
thence weet t Yuma, thence Tucson,
tlienc Nogales and Bitbre, Tomb
toi.e, Benson and Willcoxif poa-itde;
then to Perc, then to B iwie, up the
Gila Valley Road through S.domonvillei J
t Glob-, thence bark to Clifton &ud
Morenci and wind up wiih a grand
rail; at Tucson and I'lioenii'"
1'lirce llut'inr" In lBkiiliatlou.
From Benjamin Franklin.
"Whin ou arc sicl:, what you like
iesl ibtbbecbotn for .1 medicine in
he fiis' nitre; nlial perience tebs you
s hrsi, 10 be c .men in the second pUce;
a hat le.ison i.e., Iheor) sasiS I esi
is to be cln ten in the Ut pl.T e. But
fyou CingetDr Inclination. Dr. L.v
perience .lint Dr. Kia-on in nnld a enn
u'tauoi tcgether, thrv will give ou the
best a vice 'ha" be mken."
Vhnou have t hadcold Ur.Inrlim
t;on would recommend Chamberlain's
Couli Remedy became it is pleasant
and -a'e to Like. Dr Experience woi.ld
reconunend it because it never fails to
effect a -peedy ard permanent cure. Dr.
Krason would rerrian end 1: berau-e :t
is prejirfd on scieiitific principles, ard
acts on ra'i ics jlan 'n r In vi g the
lunjs. orening he secreuon and ic-tor-mg
the system to a ratiinl and health
c-ndit'on. For sale by Tombstone
Remembar t at registrati mof vote
cloteson Oc. 17l'i. If you have not
leijistereddo so at once.
Lost, SihaH) ok Stolkn" Three
heaii of liur-r!- from the Fuurr r-inc!i
I" tlio Drag 'on. Hor-es brambd
FUR and J 0 connectfd. Reward
paid for tlie reeovrv Snd inf'iriua
tion t 1 Jim Fuurr, Dragoon Summit
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