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OUR WATOHWORD----"OOOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
City and County Official Papor
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
C (Kxcnrr Sunday)
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Wm. Mich Ed-tor anl Proprietor.
Fremont St. Opposite City UnU
The PaosrECTOa will not bold Itself respon
sible for say of the articles or sentiment ex
pressed by any of it correspondents.
Entered in the Tombstone Postoffix as
Secand Class matter.
JAMES REILUY. ATTOrtXEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mining
cases a specialty. Tombstone, Arltona.
M.C.STAEIILE. ATTORNEY AT
Law and Notary Public. Tolnbstone.
EO. W. SWAIN. ATTONEY AT
Lvr. Will practice In all courts of th
Territory. Tombstone Aruona.
OS. CLARK. ATTON'EY AND COUN
selor at Law. Offira on Fourth Street,
betweea Allen and Toughnnt, Tomb
Will practice in all the courts of the
Attorney and,Counsellor at Law and
' Notary iub!ie, aa" Fremont street bet.
atU and 5th stnts. A member o'. the Bar of
the Supreme Court of the I'erritoty, and Ul
practice in any of the courts therein.
WEXTHWORTH COUNTY. RE
corderand Abstract Office. Abstracts
of title to real esuve and mines furn
ished promptly and acurately . Complete trin
scripts. Omce in Court House. Tombstone.
E. AL.VORD. JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. OSce on Allen St: bet-,31 &
L. KOSKA.I UST1CE OF THF PEACE
Office on .itfe St. bet. Alien ana
Toaghnut. '1 ombstone-
Ha GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: 03ice adjoinine his residence
cm 4th street. Call attended at aU hours
day and night.
FCiEARIE. ASSYER AND META-lurfaai-laboratory.
Office No 319.
Fremont St. opposite City Hall
F & A M.
KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5
Meets third Saturday in each month.
VTsitimr brothers cordially invited to at
tend. I H McPHERSON. W. M..
A LGROW Secretary.
R. A M.
GOCHLSE CHAPTER NQ. 4 MEETS
third Wednesday in each month. -itin
Companions cordiilly invited to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P.
A. WENTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
1st Triday evening inetch month. Vis
itirc Comrades cordially invitd-
. W.CLARK. President.
A. J-.GSOW. Screianr.
a. o. u. w. r
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
Jmrrt ist and wd Thursdar in each
month. Visiting brothers cordially Uv
R03T. BESrit. V.
W. D. MONMONIEit Recorder.
K- OF P-
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGIirS OF
Prthias No 4. meets every ist and 3rd
Monday's in each month. V.siuog
brothers ccrcially invited.
A. H. EMANUEL, C. C.
W, D. MONMON1ER. K. of S.
PRO! ECTION HOSE COMPANY NO 3,
meets First Snnday in each month at
their bose bouse t n the corner of Scenth
and Fremont streetv opposite the school house.
TOM M ITH Secretary.
RESCUE HO:E COMPANY MEETS
Fmt Sunday in each month atdiy flail
Fremont street. J. V VICKEkS.
W ENTWORTH, Secty President
f. N. McDONOUGH. Foreman,
ENGINE COMPANY NO t. MEETS
last Sunday in ea h iron h at hose bou.e
on the corner tJToujhnut and crhstrcet.
JOSEPH JJPPEKT ro-enwn
HENRY DUNKER. Secretaiy.
Wanted An agent in every settion to can
vass U to $5 day made; sells at sight;
also a mas to sell tuple goad to dealers
best side line, J75 a rco'th. SIry or lare
commission maoc: exoerience unnecessary Fcr
staled particulars send sump. Chiun Soap
t isi!QiacaLnii vvnjMuj( rfutM,'vt
F. CALVES, Prop.
Prompt Service. Water per barrel, 5501$
Per baclcel, 5 cis.
Soecial Rates to Families
Lfave orders with wagon.
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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER ig, 18q6
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THE DEMOCJtA TIC TICKET.
For Council.. .. ..B. A. PACKARD,
for Attembly J. M. MERRILL.
J. N. JONES.
J. J. RIGG'S.
For Sherif. SC01T WH ITE
For Treasurer.. . . A. WENTWORTH.
Jor-Rc-eonkr. '. M. J. BROWN.
District Attorney A. R. ENGLISH.
For Probate- Judge . . . . S. A.'D. UPTON.
For Supervisor J. McPHERSON.
For Surveyor Leli Vacant.
The Democratic party ol Cochise
county, Arizona, in convention assem
bled, hereby reaffirm our belief in and
allegiance to the time honored principles
of Democracy, and do unqualifiedly en
dorse the Democratic National Platform
adopted in Chicago, and Democratic
territorial platform as adopted ot Wil
liams, and the national and territorial
ticket, and we congratulate the people
that alter the most strenuous attempts
to subvert those traditions and princi
ples, by those high in power and in the
interests of the money lenders of Eu
rope, the Democratic party has risen in
its might and cast out such traitors and
has forced them into the party of plutoc
racy, corporations, and assassins of labor
headed by Mark Hanna and his gang,
where they properly belong, and where
they are rceiviog the hearty support
and co-operation of every monoply .and
corrupiionist in our country.
We congratulate ourselves and, the
whole peoole that every industrial soci
ety and all parties which sincerely be
lieve in our government returning to
the money of our fathers and the consti
tution, ate with us today in this mighty
strule for the emancipation of sixty
millions of white slaves from the cor
rupting influences of gold monometal
lism, and that there is every 'eason to
believe Irom the
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that tk- mirhin.rv of ifcu n,,nm.ni
will again soon be placed in the hands of
WW - tH-M..B-JfcJ JM M '-- kl'Va IllilfcW
We believe the free and unlimi-j
ted coinage of si ver is the paramount
and overshadowing principle of the
present campaign, and that no p-rson
should be elevated to office or position
of power who does not believe in such
free coinage by our own government,
without waiting' for the consent or as
sistance of other nations for we charne
that it was the corrupting influences
in Europe whiebforced upon its people
gold monometallism and therby reduc
ed the wage earners to serfdom; and
the same people who wrought such havoc
there, are attempting to do the same
thing here, and to our sot row, they have
partally succeeded; thereby reducing
the majorty of oar own -people to finan
cial slaveiy, and impoverishing even
producer of wealth in the United SU'es.
country, by the demonetization of silver
was the most gigantic and heinous crime
ever perpetrated on any people in the
history of the whole world; and those
responsible for it are traitors to freedom
and Republican institutions, and those
who would now seek to maintain the
present miserable condition of our own
people by the maintenance of the pres
ent gold standard when the present op
portunity is offered in an expansion nf
currency for the alleviation of the tuffer-
lings ol humanity, are' parties to that
great crime, in sympathy with the influ
ence which seeks to establish on the
ruins of our government a plutocracy;
or, they deceived and misled by the
glittering falshoods circulated by the
enemies of the people the money
changers of the east.
We pledge our party that every nomi
nee of this convention is a free silver
man who endorses' every sentiment of
this platform, and we ask ths endorse.
ment of their candidates by the peipl
! and we pledge to the people a m-v
(economical administration of teinT
and county affairs than has characterized
our government lor the past to year?
and that no more revenue shall b? r.i:-d
by taxation .nan is required for th-
maintainance of our county government
economically administered, and that the
revenue raised shall not be divertrd for
and other purpose than the strict admin
istration c' rounty government. In ask
ing the cc operOion of the people, we
pledge an efficient, honest and economi
ctM tn U to3S days-Ton caa ta iroauci ti
ItX If TOO DrtfsrPintvrm Kro hii
ll foil to cnm. If rnnh.-r ..-.. JJtTf
2H'w22S!LC,t:,,J, as4 " ar art, and
rtaplas. Copper Colored . TnJrJl
ZZfFZlZz! V eara.. We solicit Uw unit obatt-
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THE UEl'UliLWAN TICKET.
For Council W.. P. LONG.
For- Assembly .... J. W. F A.RRINGTON
For Sheriff". .... ... F. E. CAD WELL.
For Treasurer C. L. CUMMINGS.
For Recorder E. W. .PERKINS.
For Probate fudge.. W.F.BRADLEY.
District Attorney G.W.SWAIN.
For Supervisor T. C.'AMSDEX.
A. L. GROW.
For Surveyor W.JC. TYLER.
Tjmbstjsb. Ariz., Ojl. 8th, 1896.
11b. CiiAifiMAN: We, your commit
tee, retpectfully Bubmitth.9 following
resolutions for the consideration ol the
Rolved, That we most heartily
e ndorte the principle of the Republi
can pa-ty as enunciated by those
great leader Lincoln, Ssward and
Clime and that we pledge ourirlves
to maintain and support the doctrines
of the party as tet iorth by them.
And wo especially call the attention of
the people ol the land to the advice
given to the nation in his farewell ad
dress by that patriot, soldier and
statesman, George Washington, ai it
is of particular significance at this
time, and these are the words: "Be
ware of foreign influence, as the most
baneful foe of Republican govern
ment." We therefore condemn, and
reject as un-American anil unworthy
ot acceptance, any suggestion ot sub
mitting anything appertaining to
American affairs to a foreign confer
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en"", believing thai we are Hilly aul
to -defend our country and - louct
vVe approve or a tariff Oust will pive
American labor n just return, and
furnii.li a revenue that will maintain
our government, anil also provide a
vinking fund for the redemption ol
our national indebtedness.
We approve of a law of reciprocity
that will add to our commerce and
furnish market for our surplus pro
ducts. We insist that Arizona be given the
rights of statehood, and wo demand
t.ii as a right and net as a favor.
We demand a restriction of immi
gration under proper lawg, and that
mcru caie should be observed in ad-
ultiug people to our shore?, and that
none .hould be given the right of
citizenship unu. t!--y are fiti: to ex
ercise the game in an intelligent man
We are opposed to the fsppropri
ation of any of the public funds for
sectarian purposes, and we claim that
every expenditure o! public moneys
should be (or public purposes only.
We pledge ourselves to nominate
only honest, intelligent and capable
lieu fur liir various officra to be voted
'or, and when eo uominawd, if possi
ble, to dect thrrn.
Wfir unci Flag?!
I'FOP Er PARTY PLATFORM
"or Presi t nt, W. J. B.1YAN, of Nebraska.
For Vice Prcs.ir.t. T. WATSON, of Georgia.
Pbr Del-gate to Congress. BUCKY O'NEILL.
I- The free and unrestiued coinage of -gold
ind silver at 'he present latio of 16 to s without
'rgtrd to the actiois or wihe. of any other
nation or combination whatever.
II- 1 h increasa at the current money to an
amount sufficient to meet the wants of our
growing population and business, such money
to consist of silver and gold coin and U. S.
Ireasnry notes equally a legal tender for all de
minds public and private.
III. The abolition of al national banks and
the establishment of Postal Saving Banks, man
aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury.
IV. The establishment cf a system of direct
legislation by the people, giving to th people
themselves the power, 1st To veto all laws pass
ed by any less than 95 per cent of all their rep
resentatives, and t propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater tban five per cent
of the electors and compel their submission to
the whole body of the electors.
V Tnatall means of traaspsrtatisg persons
property and Intelligence be gradually taken by
the Nation and conducted and controlled by an
nnpartisan commission under strict civil service
VIi That all public salaries an! oampensa
tions shall be maileto correspond to the price of
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Highest of all in I.eavcaia pcwer.
Detroit William Jennings Bryan
completed his spectacular tour of
Michigan tonight by addressing the
largest throngs of people over gathered
at political meetings iu Detroit. From
the platform ceected against the
Washington boulevard side of the
Hotel Caldilae, he talked to a mass of
people wbicb filled the wide boule
vard and extended far into adjoining
streets. At the auditorium he spoke
to an audience which occupied every
inch of space, while thousands etod
outside, waiting for a possible sight of
the candidate. Lastly, lie appeared
upon a stand erected at the WooJward
avenue front of the city hall, before a
crowd which was so great that it
stopptd all the timet cars and other
traii c entirely.
Sam FiUNcisco The highbinders of
the Chinese colony in tnis city are
waiting for a relaxation of police vig
ilance to inaugurate a reign of terror.
The Chinese police squ.td has been so
largely increased of latetbat.thebigh
bindara are alnitl to take any. openly
concerted action but mauy murderous
plai.a are said to ba on foot as a result
of the efforts ot tne Cniueie consul to
brtali tip the See Yups, leputed to Le
the most desperate ot highbinders.
Muskooee, I. T. There was a well
laid plot by the Neal gng to hold up
'he soulbbouud passenger train on the
"Katy" last night between thii city
and Cberotab, a small town 15 miles
south. Special Detecliro Atkins got
word of the'plet arranged a plan to
head off the train robbers. Aa the at
tack was not made it is supposed the
robbers bad been nolifitil from this
puint the.: the game was up.
London. A spscial from Vienna
sayi"Neu9 Fri'ie Presee" announces
that steps to complete the mobiliza
tion forces are being taken in several
districts. All the officers on leave or
retired, it is believed, have been re
London. The Globe published a
long jingo letter upon what it de
scribes aa sx'Solicitor General Sir
Edward Clark's ill-timed and indis
creet remarks upon the Venezuslan
dispute, that "no honest and impartial
arbitration commisson could decide
in favor of England's claims upon the
Chicaoo A heavy wet mow fell
here, fur about two hours today. This
break all records, the nearest to it
being the storm of Oct. 20, last year.
Allen St oear 3d, (Old Custom House.)
Fresh California fruit received every day
by express. Everything sold, at
lowest rates. Goods delivered
tree to all oari ot city.
' Fish Received Every
Or. Price's Crtaa BaHtis; Pew4r
Wsthfi fW tHfc-t Awtt-4.
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
HO IKl. AKBU'ALH
W. Hntfcin, Pre?colt. '
Senor Bulloti, Mexico.
D D Ross, ranch.
F Bopp, San FrancircoT "
adopted by the City Council
at its last regular session:
Resolved, By the Common
Council of the City of Tomb
ston. that for the years 1897
'nd I808 the salary of Chief
of Police, to be elected at the
coming electi n.is hereby fixed
at $50 per month, and this
shall be full compensation for
all services rendered-the city
by said chief of police.
D. K "Wardwell,
GEO. G.McGEE, Prop.
Faii-hank, : Arizona,
Headiiuartert for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines liquors and cigars
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. DEMARTINI,
A full line of
Faikbank, A. T.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will -have
ample time for dinner 1
before the train arrives.
Table Supplied With (he Best.
GIVE IT A TRIALS
W. 0. ABBOTT
Samples by mail or express will receive
Office and Residence Oterloch House.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Freiro t stcrt, epposi e Prospector. " 'J
FAMILY PHC-TOGRAHS .
Careful attention given to turning o t the
FtriMf riWc and pictures of alt sizes in
a most artistic manner, superior 1
finish andjone. H
Taken .on short -notice. Groups as ,
. aalty" Chbinet, panel ;and standard
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