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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1890
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ATTORNEY AND COCSfSKLLOK AT LAW
Witt practice in all the Courts of
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UnFiUicn Cochie amnty who hu ompbcJ wnfc
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Apptf t. MARHS OftSIZLtO.
jtsi ij Jk
Carries His Town, County
And Will Go Back to Wash
"With n Housing; 3Iajority From
Mark Smith at this writing will go
back to congress by 1500 majority and
possibly 2,000. The returns so far re
ceived are from republican strong
holds with the exception of Maricopa
county where he is given 330 majjrity
m the cities reached by telegraphic
communication. Pima gives Cheney
SOand Cochise gives Smith 1C0 major
ity. Yum v gives Cheyney a few votes
the best of it.
Several gentlemen well posted in
Tombstone affairs and politics in dis
cussing the outlook last night put
down the situation at these figures :
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This reckoning would give Smith
From all accounts thus far Marico
pa will farexceed her figures of 325,
and Yavapai is to? low judging from
tne fact thet Cheyney's majority in
Prescott is but one hundred.
The people at home are proud of
their favorite son and gave him a
splendid majority in the face of the
strongest man that could have been
put against him.
m& MB k
vania Goes Dem-
- ocratic. r bj
Massachusetts Follows Suit
and Hits Hard Wiffi '
The Next House Will be
A Poor Man's Victory over Combined
Markham Elected in California
Other States in Doubt .
FECIAL Disr ATCUES TO PttOiPECrOR.
Tccsojf, Xov, E-Cheyney lrads
Smith in this city by 22 votes. Pima
countv as far as heard from gives
Cheyney 80 majority.
Ire ltullcllr Xooii.
Kogales, Cheyney, 90; Smith. 82;
Xicbole, 06 majority. Balance of Re
publican ticket averages about 10 ma
jority. Yuma county three precincts
rive Chevner. 122: Smith, 117. Pri
vate advices from Yuma say Cheyney's
election in that county is assured.
Tucson Counting of votes not yet
finished. Pbenix Smith, C2S ; Chey
ney, 503. Smith gets a majority of
about 350 in Maricopa.
Latent Rallelln 1.30 I. 91.
Tucson Cheyney 3S7, Smith 365;
Indications are that Cheyney carries
Pima county by about 80 majority.
In four precincts in Apache county
Cheyney received 133, Smith 103.
Fort Huachuca Smith 8, CheyneyO
Florence Smith 113, Cheyney IOC;
Brady, 151, Xichole, C7,
I.utcot S.SO 1. ft.
Sax Francisco, How 5 Claimed
Paterson has Fennslyvania by ten
thousand majority. Republijani and
Farmers Alliance beth claim Kansas
McKinley claimed to ha e been defeat
ed, but the Republicans want an offi
cial count before they will give in
Ics, Farmers Alliance for stales at
torney of Kansas assured. Chairman
Chase ceairman of Farmer's Alliance
says Willot8 i elected governor by
two thousand five hundred maforitv
St. Pai'l, Nov. 5. Democrats have
made large gains all through the
state. Three congressmen out of lite
are Democratic and the Gocrnor is
piobably also elected.
Milwaukee. Nov. 5 The Democrats
claim the election of Peck and the
entire Democratic ticket. The legis-
latuie is republican and the re-election
of Spooner U asured.
Omaha, Xov. 5 Ueturns suthcient
havo been recieved to indicate the
election of Boyd, Democrat or gov
ernor and three democratic congress
men. The Prohibitionists were
-Carson, Xov. 5 The entire repub
lican state ticket is elected by 1.OC0
Helena, Xov. oIirge democratic
gains are reported ecrynhere. The
legislature will ! democratic on joint
Canton, Xov. 5 The vote in this
district is close, with indications o!
McKinley's election by about 700 ma
Chicago, Xov. 5 Itcpubljcaus
claim all of thr congressmen in the
tateelected, again of one district.
Kansas City. Xov. 5 Returns from
Kansas indicate the election of Hum
phrey', republican governor, by 10,000
majority. Many Farmers' Alliance
candidates are elected to the legisla
Ingall's reelection considered
Hartford, Xov. 5 For governor
the vote is close. Republicans claim
lcgislatura on joint ballot.
In Mfw York.
Xcw York, Xov. 5-pGranl's major
ity is 21,000. The state as far as heard
from giv the assurance of a big ma
jority in the next state assembly.
Democratic gains are reported every
Philadelphia, Xov. 5 Patterson's
election is claimed by the democrats
by 10.000 m-joriiy. The republicans
are still hopeful but Conservative fig
ures givo tho election to Patterson by
a small majority.
Sas Frakcisco. 79r. 5 Tho elec
tion of Markhani is assured by over
5,000, although democratic estimates
cut this down materially,
Xxw YoEr, Xov. 5, 1890.
CnppKit Steady; Lake, Sept
LkaiS Stea"dy; Domestic f 5 C3.
TiH Steady;, strait., 24 50.
SILVER 1.5 .
Tiik result of the election in Co
chise county is no surprise to tliosi
rhc have kept tho run of affairs dur
ing the campign. The tickets art
di'ided go evenly tha', it is only
comparison that one can arrhe at thi
result in the shape of important ad
vantage to either side. It is settler
that Mark Smith's majority in th
county will be from 100 to 175 and
that Captain Kclton is elected elicrif
by between 50 and 150 majority. Al
of the Democratic strongholds an
still to be heard from, where from 5 t
10 v.ites aru cast in each.
It is quite certain that Scott Whit'
is elected aupcrt ior and Bryan is con
sidercd a close second. English and
Swain are close, with odds iu favor ol
the former. J. V. Vickers is elected
to the council, Brady, Joint Council
man, while tlie legislative ticket will
stand 1 democrats to 1 republican
All of the summing up of these resulu
makes it safe to conclude- that tin
county is independent by a large ma
jority, and in the vote on delegate
paid "our Mark" a compliment which
he must feel proud of.
Captain Keltun tv ill make a splen
did tlieriil and while no man coub
please the people better than John
Slaughter, his successor has proved
himself admirably fitted for tho posi
tion which he will till after January
Ai"i'i:it Tin: iiatti.i:.
Upon the liest of practical evidence
the I'RojTkcron can state that the
Xatiocal Republican committee sent
into Arizona ?20,000 to carry the elec
tion for Cheyney. The money wa.
used l&iiihly and accounts for the
strong fight in Mr. Cheynej's behalf
in the northern part of the territory
and Maricopa county.
J. V. Vickers will be the next Coun
cilman and he worked like a Trcjas
The supervisors have received the
returns from many precincts but can
not break the schIs till the 10th iust
when the otes will be counted offi
cially. C S Clark leads the legislative
Kellon will bo elected by about the
same majority John Slaughter was
two j cars ago.
Mark Smith leads George Chejney
107 votes with Tres Alamos, Pools,
Fort Huachuca, Camp Rucker, Tcvis
mining camp. St. Datid, Ross Mill
and Dos Cabazas to hear from. There
are outside of these precincts several
small points casting all about 50 votes
With all the money at the com
mand of the Republican party that
they necded,"Our Mark" and his prin
ciples couldn't bo downed. It was a
people's victory surely.
Allen English is ahead 101 votes
and claims a final majority of 1C5.
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The present manger of theXogale?
Hera'd will get Mr. J. J. Chatham in
"all sorts" of trouble if he doesn't
ceaw giving unchivalrous comments
on the fair sex, a place in the Herald.
Fresh garden aud flower seeds, El
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
Following is the registered vote of
Arizona by counties.excepting Apache
county: Yavapai, 3,191 ;P.ma, 1,707;
Maricopa, 2,t4C; Cochise, 1,691; Gra
ham, 1,203 ; Gila, S35; Pinal, 7-16; Mo -
have, 567; Yuma, 303.'
Highest of sll in Leavening Power.
Men's Stetscn Hats !
Buj H its and Caps ! !
Sold at New York Prices ! ! !
At Euciier Gres. i i 3111
Wall Paper $ .&
Curtaiu Poles 45
Lace Curtains LOO
Vlarm Clocks 1.25
Vhisk Brooms 13
Hearth Brooms 15
Egg Beaters lit
Turkey Red Marking Cotton 1 "
India Linen 20
Fine Assortment of Dress But
tons, per card 2."
Paper and envelopes, per box 15
Good white envelopes, per pkg 5 &. 10c
Ladies' Leather Belts 50
V. Splendid Lot of Toilet Soaps,
per cake 5, 10 4 loo
Patent Cork Screws 35
Xcst Eggs 0.1
Base Balls 13
11 Rubber Balls lfl
Wade &. Butcher Razors . . . 1.00
Patent Combination Razor Strops .50
shaving Brushes 23 t 35c
23-lw At KIEKE'S.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
tho most celebrated brands, drop into
the pony Saloon" and satisfy yourself
that tills is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic and
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, nnd all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
The Carmen Key Vest Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat nnd Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
Lottie L. Derean,East View, West
chester Co., X. Y., writes .
"I have been a great sufferer with
pains in tho hack of my head, worse
than any headache. I couid not reach
it with internal medecincs at all anil
during the cold weather I have sufler
ed excruciatingly, I finally thought
f would try an Allcock's Plaster ap
plied to the nape of my neck. In lest
than half a day the pain entirely
Go to Eucher Gres and pay your
election bets. An elegant line of stet
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Eor a lame back, a ptin in the side
or chedt, or for aooth-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief may be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It is relia
ble. For sale by H. J. Peto,
Choice California cheese and Hol
and Herring at Hoefler's. tf
Just received a new invoice or
Chcicc old Port Five year old Zin fan-
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
fittest brands of family liqnors at
J. II. White's Fresh Ranch Butter
at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
The Normal Echo now occupies
three columns of the TcmpeNews and
we cordially concede as the editors of
the present issuo claim, that "the
world has one want less filled by the
Echo." The examination questions
published indicate that no ordinary
degree of intelligence is expected on
the part of its pupils, and the Echo
- 1 indicates that the formal contains
J young heads that might " worthily
I grace old shoulders.
17. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, iSS
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