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PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
Wm. Hatticb. Editor anil Proprietor.
One Year 110 00
gix.Moatha 6 00
ThreeMonth. 3 00
Delivered by Curriers lor 15 cents
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEK
FREE COINAGE 16 to 1
For President and Silver:
W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
ARTHUR SEWALL, Maine.
For Delegate, "OUR MARK"
What Are We Here For?
1 Election Proclamation I
THE FUN OR THE MOW
From the expression upon our friendt face he is
evidently here for neither but as for us
,E FOR BOTH,
UNDER WHICH II.AU!
"We are unaltSfablv
Opposed to the single
told standard. We d'
mand the immediate
restoratioa of the free
and unlimited coinage
f (Old and silver at
the present legal ratio
01 to to 1, witnout wait
log for the aid or con
sent or of any other na.
Uon. We deinan d that
the standard silver dol
lar shall be a full legal
We are unalterably
opposed to ever meat
urecalculaled to debase
our currency or impair
the credit ot our coun
try. We are therefore.
opposed to the free
coinage of silver except
by international agree
ment witn tne leasing
commercial nations of
the orld. which e
pledge ourselves to
promote, and uatil sucb
favor such legislation
as will prevent the de
monetisation of any
kind of legal tender
money by private con
tender, equally with agreement can be ob
gom, lor an debts, pub
lie or private, and we
ta-ned. the existing
gold standard must be
p'atiorn, M. Lasix, une
Xbe campaign thus fur hat proven
whet is moil desired by all that of so
xnndslinging or personalitea. The
candidate who refrain from luch un
gentlemanly tactics and lay their
alaims for the suffrage of the voters on
merit only ara entitled to. the tsteem
and respect of everyone.
We are handling
frank: sirrA.x-.iL.s soap
Which for easy and perfect washing cant' be beat.
Every corporation doing' business
ia the United States, if it thought it
could pay its employes in 53-ctnt dol
lart, would be in favor of free coin
age ef silver. Bat they knew full
well that there will be no inch money.
Therefore wages and employment will
Everybody says,! wish it was over,"
Yes, the publio will draw a sigh of re
lief when the election is over, and
Bryan eleoted; when the sidewalk
orators quit talking and the fever heat
of political excitement has thoroughly
subsided. Men have been so engross
ed with the themes at issue that they
have forgotton to pay their bills
attend to business or home affairs,
Cottolene Cottolene - Cottolene.
That perfection for shortening purposes is
giving general satisfaction We have it in
3, 5, and 1 0 Pound Pails
TtasuotT or Aiizoma.
To aQ hem U may concern" ,
Wkukai ander an act of the Legislative
Assembly of the Territory of ArUon. entitled
"Etectmx approved March 8 h. 1IS7, it is
provided that there xhill be held, throughout
the Tenitety. onon the Tuesday after the Out
Monday la November A-'D, 1U4.' and every
two Tears thereafter, an election tor members
ef the Legislative Assembly, and such other
oncer .aa taayjtx retnuted-by law shall be
roa at men eiectson.
v AKDsWurasas it is further provided in' said
Acw that at least thirty days betor each general
cleatloa the .Governor -ousts issue aafc.lectioa
Proclamation, uadertbe great teal of "tha" Ter
ritory, and transmit copies thereof to tha Clerks
of the Boards of Supervisor of th counties in
which -ch election arc to be held. Such pro
cUxnation 10 contain a sutrrocnt of the time of
the clectjoa.; and the &ces 2 to 'be filled,
and tb Offer of a reward in th form prescribed
Jy said act. .
Now Tuukpoib I. Benjamin I FranlUn,
Governor efArisona in pursuance of the duty
cajjtaed upoa ma , da .hereby order a general
election' te be held on the Tuesday after the
first Monday ia November A D lgS. and the
ISccs to be tiled at such election 1 do hereby
designate tab as fellows te-wiu
One delegate to the 55th Congress, of the
.- Twelve members of the Council of the Legist
latlre Assembly of Arixoaa,
Twenty-four aaembers of the. Hesse of rrore-
HBtatives of she Legislative Assembly f Ariiona
apportioned agreeably 1 1 existing laws zs follows
And there shall be elected in each county of
the territory: oue Probate ludga; oa District
Attorney; one Sheriff, oae Treasurer; one Kecor.
der; oae Surreorer; two members ot the -Board
f Supervisors: eicept ia the county ef Navajoe
where there shall be elected three members of
the Boaid of Supervisors; and in each of tht
count.es where the office ef Tax collector has not
been coaaobdatrd with the office of Sheriff or
Treasurer, one Tax Collector shall be 3 elected.
Also ia the several precincts of each county, one
Justice of the peace, one Constable, and in such
precincts as are entitled to two Juslues of the
Peace and two Constables, that number shall be
And 1 Do HlJtKIT offer a reward of is for
the arrest and conviction of any and very per
son violating any f the provisions ef title 4.
part tot the Penal Code.
1st Wrrxzss 'vThbikof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the great seal of
(suu.) the Ternary to be hereunto affiled
this jeta. day ef September A. J3.
Dos At Puccxix, tha Capital thi 34th day
of September, 1S96.
By the Governor,
BENJAMIN I. FRAKL1N
CHARLES M. BRUCE,
Secretary of Aiixeua,
Man co pa...
Voting Place, SI tttvld
Voting Pmiml No 10
" Inspector, G V llrvan
Julges. It Uervtein, WmOSncscrgan
Marshall, Wm blunter.
Billot Cleik., WmZk and KJ Delahanty
Voting Place. Benon
Ta EST ALAMOS
Voting Precinct. No 11
Inspector, E M Dunbar
lutdr.es. A (Jnjilba. J C McCoinuclc
Marshall. J D Allen
lUUotCerks. Maicus !dijcs aid U Dusbp
Voting Placr. Tres AUnus
Yoting PrecLict. No is
Impector, J K BiansOn
ludges. 1 M Rob es. Bias faccher
Marshall. Kichard Koe
Ballot Clciks, Sam Dohan and A S-jsa
Voting Place, Pool's Kanch
Voting Precinct, No 13
Inspector, Wm Pourr
Iudgts. A H Weio. Asa Walker
tarsball, D Adams
Ballot Jl-rks. W A Fiega. aad Chas Haider,
Voting Place W A Fiege's
Voting Precinct, No is
Inspector. W R McCorab
Iudg'S. Otto Moore. T J Marks,
larshall. b B Apple
BaUot Clerks, Wm Speed and L V Mc
Court Voung Place, Willcox.
. DOS CAIEZAi
Voting Precinct, No 15
Inspector. P ) White
fudges, P A Boyer, Chas Nobue
Marshall, lames bcow
Ballot Cle-ks, WT Cooper and S Porters
Voting Place, DosCabctax
Voting Precinct, No it
Inspector, D W Wickersham
Indres I H Tevis. W P Ktlsey
Ballot Clerks. G L Bugbee, aad Geo Shaw
Voting Place; Bowie Sution
Voting Precinct, No 17
inspector, 1 k uraaat
Carriage $ Blacksmith 1
A. H. ElJLAISTTJEIl'iop.
Corner Third an I Allen.
The largest 'and llest Equipped EstiH.shment of itr Kin J in E&
the Territory. p?v
. i 3
All Hinds ox iiuggv, Wagon ana
"Woodwork Neatly and
Best Facilities for Doing All Kinds of
Repairing in Wood and Iron. None
but First-class Workmen
sVTuU assortment of hardwood and iron for sale.
are well supplied with prepared goods of all kindi
for use during this hot weather consisting of-
Boned Turkey, Boned Chicken, Boast Turkey, Koait
Chicken, Sardines of all; kinds, Canned -Soups in
variety, French, Enelish and American Mackeral
Brook Trout in either Tomato
Some of the catechism that Is pro
til gated for political purposes about
the county will have about as macti
effect on the voter as the following
which we submit:
Stand up Jimmy Smith. If a jack
knife cost 50 cents in Bisbee how
snueh will a pound of wool weigh in
1 1 give it up.
If beans cost 17 cents per peand en
the San Pedro what is the average life
of a pot hou is politician T
Ask me something easy.
If brains are a necessity in rossiag
a newspaper why don't more people
have more brains and rnn mora news
papers and make more money and
and Ham, Ham
plain or vr
Two Ilves Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of function City
Hi., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery cured her, and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eegers, 39
Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discover? and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
that prove the wonderful efficacy oi the
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores, Regular size 50c and $1.00
burger Eels in
Tomato Sauce, Ant?
many other Goods
Also in regular receipt oi Holland,' LimDurger and
Jon't Forge: that we are sole vents lor Tombstonjujd ,
ienkyfor. ". . t .
Cte.& Santa's Seal JraM. Collet
M.S. AKell, of Pomona, CiL, had.
thebd luck to sprain her ankle. "1
wriedseveral liniments," she says, "but
Pas not cured until I used Chamberlain's
Iain Balm. That remedy cored me aad
ttake pleasure recommendtag it aad
estifyiogtoiia fficacy.''Tbismed iriawi
also of great value or rheumatism, lame
back, pains, in the chest, pleurisy and air
deep-seated aad muscular pais. Flo
sale by Drurgt
1 Tr 1
By the Beard af Supervisors ef Cochise Co.
List of Cectien Precincts, iBsptcton. Judges,
Marshalls aad. Ballot Clerks ef Election In and
for the County of Cochise, Territory of Anxona
as provided forth general election to be held
Votiag Prt dnet Net l
Inspector, r. r waieeti.
Judges, W. R, Xing.Jaae Trowbridge.
. Marshall. loha-Kalso,
Veting Plaev Tombstone.
Ve'ing Prednct No. 9
Inspector. C W. Karrlngton.
Judges, W. Vf. Fike, J.C,Perria.
" Marshall. Ben lames.
Votng Place, Bisbee.
Voting Predact ,No. 3
Inspector. Ja'A. T.ctard.
T nsf, aaaai,Wollc.Ed.&oJst'
taaUJetiOera: ".-Heatapi aad Thai,,
riooc, wv w, wm -
V'atisu.rreclac. No 45
Iaspeeter. T. Vf. bttitae,
Llsatgcc, I. iUHaad Tno Terra,
MarahaD. Alfred Bead.
xKKel CHrii; TTU. HUtoa aad Robert
Toad. " '
I Votiag Place, School bouse.
Votiag Pree-'nct No, S 1
Inspector, One Schroder,
lodges C L. Douglass. McGill
Marshall. Walter BernoT
BaLet Clerks. lames RrUry aad John Do,
Veting PUay fen H wlinra.
Voting Precinct. No. 6
Iaspector. Wm. Dcaa.
ImdgM. E F. Langford, A. T. GattrtH
J .BaUot Clerks Mclnti re-aad .Wra JCaae-
Ar - - " -
4 , . .J-, - .- -.
VetingPrednct. Ne. y
JuaVeaTaea Saaith. W. H. Jtaae,
KarshaQ. P C McLaac. -.-xWaet
C-rrke. Landers. Wm Miller.
I Ves Place, Taos 5mah r
v j m, . -
Voting Prednct Not
Iaspector. A V Nojes
"Marshall. V KimbaO x
Ballot derks, A Eastman, an Prank
Judges, Cbas. F. Gardner Fred Ruch
Marshall. H tsasblord
Ballot Clerks, Peter. Fervent and John
Voung Place, San Simon
Voung Prednct. No it
Inspector, Be 1 Starks
tudgrs, G. B Devencixi. B Riggs Sr
Marshall. Chris Grauer
Ballot Clerks. Thos Riggs, and James Riggs
Voting Place, Rigg-
Voting Prednct. No icj
Inspector. C P Smith
Iadges. Wm Smith, Wm Sanders
'arsball, Leonard Alverson
Ballot Clerks, D E Fitch and Rua C Plumb
Voting Place, B F bnuth
Voting Precinct, Ne ao
Inspector, F W Heney
Judges, N HuBsaker, Peter Moore
Marsnau, jaraea nunsaxer
Ballot Qerks, Frank Moore and L CKeefc
Vatmg- Place. FW Heney's
Voting Predact. No at
Inspector. F Samonial
Judges, Manuel Sunax, Lecis Durall
Vlarshall. Frank Bopp
Ballot Clerks, HnghConlon, and Richard
Voting Place, Coalon's House
Voting Precincl. No a
Insepector, G W Walker
ludges, S Smith. 5 R Montgomery
Marshall. J C Hancock
Ballot Clerks. Robert M)ers. and Richard
Voting Place, Gajlev31e
oting Precinct. No ij
Inspector. T Chattman,
fudges, Quen Williams, Geo Bravia
Marshall. Joe Bignon
Ballot Clerks, Wm Johnson and Wm
Voting Place, Pearc
O. L. OUMMINGS.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
COB. 5TH AND FREMONT STREETS.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Sausage, Bologna Pickled Trip
Choice Steaks, Roasts, etc. Experienced Cutlers.
Free Delivery to all parts of the City. Your patronage solicited.
ALLEN St. BETWEEN 4tli AN -"J th
First-Class Meals Pest'of Attention; Everything in easop
BOAHD PER WEEK $7.C0
THREE MEALS 1.G0
SINGLE MEALS 50
Dinners lor Specia. Occasions a Specialty Try a Meal at this Popular Kesor
Frst-CIass Cooks enly Employed. Accommodations for Families
J U4K8AH, Proprietor.
oting Prednct, No a
Inspector. J H Slaughter
Judges, W Hildmi. Fisher
Marshall. V. II Terry
' Ballot Clerks. John Doc and Richard Roe
Voting. Place. Sarr Bernardino Ranch
V I CUSTOM HOUSE
DOKNFZ.OIi S1X1B AND ALIEN S1REEE8.
Votiag place, Fairbank
t -. ST-BAVU)
Vettag Predact, Ne 9
ieega. 1 S MantB. T A McRaa
SaBotOerks, Jeerph MclUe aad
Voting Prednct, No a$
Iaspector. Wm King
Marshall. William Porter
Ballot links. Peter Johnson and E Henscn
Voting Place, Custom House
Resolved. That the Board ef Election in
each cectton precinct be and is hereby authoriz
ed to select a convenient polling - place ior the
nrednct: and at least ten days before November
3rd 1S0& next ensuing grre verbal or other gen
eral notice to the elector f the prednct inform.
ing them of the place at which the resection will
TOMBSTONE GAS OO.
A. ASHMAN Lessee.
INCANDESCENT 3AS LIGHT
In General Use throughout the United States and Europe, ..d successfully comr
ing with Electricity, both in Brilliancy and Cost of Light. Uses Three Cub
Feet of Gas per Hour, and yields a Light of Sixty-Candle Power,
Equal to four ordinary burners with double that amount of gas.
COST OP LAIVEP tatS.-T-S
Placed in Position Without Extra Charge.
OFFICr. l.f BAflfK IICII.UIU. XOMBHTO.tE. AKIZOX a.
I1GOHISE HOUSE. HB3
By W. A. Haxwood.
Oct xj. 1S96
Last August while-working; in the har
vest field I became overheated, was sud
denly attscked with cramps and was
"neatly dead. cMr-Cummurgs, thedrug
gist) gave me a dose of Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely relieved me. I now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A.
M. BVNELL, Centerville, Wash. For
Lealers in BoutV Irith and Seclch
Whtiky, and Other Well A'nowa
Brandt. A Specialty made
of-Sett Claret and Wine.
Billiard Parlcr in Connnection and the
CrzUt TIace in Town.
4Nm, kct. eth 7ili, TamlMtcwe
Corner Fourth and Toughnut Streets.
ELEGANTLY FURIVISElED HLOOlMt
afJsV Visitors to this city will find the Cochiue a superior hotel and o:
otTorinc excellent accomthttions.
1 LARGE AND COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL ME
All Modern Conveniences. Rates Moderate.
SAN JOSE HOUSE.
MRS. F. J. BEAN, Prop.
Centrally Located, Large, Clean am
"Well Vintilated Rooms.
FIRST CSASS IN EVERY .RESPECT.
Mrs. S. GALLEN, Prop
Fifth bet. Allen and Toog au(
Tombstone, - A; izoa
PARLOR FOR OUBr'
Evcrj thing Made Convenient lor Guests Special Rates to Parties by tbeWt
or Month. Renovated Throughout.
SAMPLE ROOM FOR DRUMMERS. RATES REASONABl
1 NEWLY FURNISHED LARGE A1R 1
R003IS. BEST ACCOMMODATION-
This Favorite Headquarters for Commercial Men has recently beea newly fitte
renovated and neatly furnished throughout with special reference to the tratelia
public. Rooms ensuite and single. Prices' Moderate.
Everything fiirst-class Sample roomsj for coaiaeria m