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OUR WATCHWORD--"COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
City and County Official Paper
rUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
Wm. Dattich Ed.tor an J Propiietor
Fremont St. Opposite City Hnll
The I'aosPECTOR ill not hold itself respon
sible for aay of the articles or sentiments ex.
prosed by any of it correspondents.
Entered la the Tombstone ltofS:e as
Second Class nutter.
I AMES KUt.LV. ATTORNEY AND
I CounSe or at Law. Land and Mining
cases a specialty. Tombstone, ArUona.
M.CSTAUILE. ATTOKVEY AT
La and Xotarv Pubhc Tombstone
EO. W. SWAIN. ATTONEY AT'
L. Will practice in all courts of th
Territorf. Tombstone Arizona.
OS. -LARK. ATTOXEY AND COUN
selcr at 1 jt, Office on Fourth Street,
betacea Allen and Touhnul. Tomb
Will practce in all the couits of the
Atorney and Coonsellor at Law and
Noury Public, 4a" Fremont street bet.
4 th and 5th streets. A member o'the Bar of
the Supreme Court ol the Termoiy. and ni
practice in any of the courts therein.
AWESTHWORTH COUNTY RE
corder and Abstract O&ioe. Abstracts
of I'tle 10 real estate and mines furn
ished promptly and aeurately. Complete trsn
scripts. O.fice In Court House. Tombstone.
E. ALVORU, JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen St: bet. 3d
L. KOSKA, VS. ;E OFTf IF PEACE
OiBce on 4th St. bet Allen ana
HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
S icon: Omce adjoining; his residence
on 4th street. Call attended at aj hours
day and night.
FCKARIE, ASSVYER AND META
lupcal Iboratory. GfF.ce No 315.
Fremont St. opposite City Halt
F &. A M.
KING SOLOMON LODGE -NO. 5
Meets third Saturday in each month.
Visitmj brothers cordially inrited to at
tend. I H .MePHERSON. W. M..
A L GROW Secretary.
R. A M. f
GOCHISE CHAPTER HQ. 4 MEETS
third Wednesday in each month. Vis
irine Companions cordially invited to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P.
A. WENTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
1st friday evening in eieh month. Vis
itine Comrades cordially invited
. W. CLARK. President.
A. L. GROW. Secret-.
A. O. U. W
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
W. meet istandrd Thursday in each
month. Visiting brothers onrdially in
vited. ROBT. BESPM. W.
W. D. MONMONIEK Recorder.
K- OF P-
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Pythias No 4. meets every 1st aad 3rd
Monday's in each month. V siting
brothers ccrtially inrited.
A. H. EMANUEUT C. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. ofS.
RO r ECTION HOSE COM PANY NO 3,
meets First Snnday in each mooUi at
their hose bouse 1 n the corner of Seventh
and Fremont streets, opposite e school house.
TOM MITH Secretary.
RESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
First Sunday in each month at City Hall
Fremont street. J. V VICKEKS,
W ENTWORTH. Secty Presidenl
J, N McDONOUGH. Foreman,
ENGINE COMPANY NO .1. MEEI5
laU Sunday In ea h roon h a't hose house
on the corner of Toughnut and 51b street.
JOSEPH LIPPEKT roren-n
HENRY DUNK.ER. fecretaiy.
Wanted An agent In every section to caa
viss $4 to $5 a cy made; sells at sight;
also a man to sell staple good to dealers
bnt fide Ene, $75 a rro- th. SU iry or Urge
commission mace; experience unnecessary For
scaled partkulais send stamp. Often Soap
Atanutactunng company, l-inanrwi. unij.
jr- F. CALVES, Prop.
romp! Service. Water per barrel, JScts.
Per bucket, 5 cts.
Soecial Rates to Families
Leave orders with wagon.
i)n4i T Ar.-riJ7L r3
SAMUEL M. BARROW
SAMUEL M. BARROW
TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 20, 18q6
- THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
..B. A. PACKARD.
..J. SI. MERRILL.
J. N. JONES.
J. J. RIGG?.
For Sheriff. SC01T WHITE
ForTreatUTtr... .A. WENTWORTH.
For Recorder M. J. BROWN.
Dittrict Attorney A.R. ENGLISH.
For Probate Judge S. A. D. U PTON.
For Supervitor J. MePHERSON.
For Surveyor ..Lelt Vacant.
The Democratic party of 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 Demociatic National Platform
ado-ted in Chicago, and Democratic
territorial platform as adopted ot Wil
liams, and the national and territorial
ticket, and e congratulate the people
that after 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 receiving the hearty support
and co-operation of every monoply and
corruptionist in our country.
We congratulate ourselves and the
whole people that every industrial soci
ety and all parties which sincerely he
lieve in our go eminent returning to
the money of our fathers and the consti
tution, are with us today in this mighty
struggle 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 from the signs of the times,
that the machinery of this government
will again soon be placed tn the hands of
We believe the free and unlimi
ted coinage of si:ver is the paramount
and overshidoaing principle of the
present campaign, and that no person
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 whichforced 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 sarn
thing here, and to our sorrow, they have
partally succeeded; thereby reducing
the ntajorty of our own people to finan
cial slavery, and impoverishing every
producer of wealth in the United States.
The contraction of the currency, of our
country, by.ihs demonst'i'tici. "" lvr
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 of
currency for the alleviation of the suffer
ings of humanity, are parties to that
great crime, in sympathy with the influ
ence which seeks to establish on the
ntins of our government a plutocracy;
or, tr.ey deceiveo ana misled by the
glittering falshoods circulated by the
enemies of the people 'he money
changers of the east.
We pledge our party that every nomi
nee OK this convention is a free silver
man who endorses every sentiment of
this platform, and we ask the endorse
ment of their candidates by the people
and we pledge to the people more
economical administration f 1-1: tonil
and county affair; than has ch ircisnzed
our government for the past t years
and that no more revenue sbnl' b raised
by taxation .nan is reoi reil fir the
maintainanre of our county goremment
economically administered, and thit the
revenue raised shall r.ot he divctrd for
and other purpose than the strict admin
istration o' county government. In ask
ing the co-operation of the people, we
pledge an effirienr, honest and economi
W. 0. ABBOTT
Samples by mail or express will receive
Office and Residence Overtook House.
I ar. Pliers Cr- b-kw Fwmt
THE msi'LJSLICAy TICKET.
M. J. CASTANADA.
For Treaturer C.I. CUM MINOS.
For Recorder E. W. PERKINS.
For Probate Tudge. .W.F.BR ADLET.
Dittrict Attorney G. YWAIN.
For Supervuor T. C. AMSDEN.
For Surrey or WJC. TYLER.
Tobtoss, Arit., Oct. 8tb, 1896.
Mb. UtiAiBU-K1: Wc, your commit
tee, respectfully submit the following
resoluttoni for tba consideration of the
Resolved, That we tnoit hesnily
endorte the principle! 01 the Repnbli
cau paty as enuueiateu uy those
great leaderc Lincoln, Seward and
Chase and that we pledge ourselves
to maintain and support the dootrinet
of the parlysi set Jorlb by tbeni.
And we especially call the attention of
tbo people of the land to the advice
given to the nation in hit farewell ad
dress by tbat patriot, soldier and
statesman, George Washington, at it
is of particular significance at this
time, and these are the wards: "Be
ware of foreign influence, as the most
baneful foe of a Republican govern
ment." We therefore condemn, and
reject as un-American anil unworthy
of acceptance, any suggestion ot sub
mitting anything appertaining to
American affairs to a foreign confer
ence, believing tlmt we are fully able
to tit fi'n-i our ci uutry Ktiil itect
v'e itpprnvij f a tnrifl" that wilt eivp
mici!i la!r n just rfltirn, anil
'nrni li a ifeiiun that will miintain
our government, and alio provide a
sinking fund for the redemption ol
our national indi-budnei.
We approve of a law of reciprocity
that will add to our commerce and
furnish s market for our surplus pro
ducts. We in'itt that Arixona be given the
rights of ftateuood, and we demand
taii as a tight and net as a favor.
We demand a restriction of immi
gration under proper laws, and tbat
nicro care should be observed in ad
uiitti&K pfspls to our shore?, 'id that
none should "he given the tights of
citizenship until they are filled to ex
ercise the same in an intelligent man
We ate oppored to the Appropri
ation of any of the public funds for
sectarian purpotes, and wo claim tbat
every expenditure of public moneys
should be for public purposes only.
We pledge ourselves to nominate
only honest, intelligent and capaale
meu fur the'tarious offices to be voted
for, and when so uom'nated, if possible-,
to elect tbrm.
Mar fflicl Flag?
!'OPIE PART- PLATFORM
".rPreJlrat, W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
ForV.ce.'rrsid-rit.T WATSON, of Georgia.
For Deviate to Congress. BUCKY CNEILL
a The free aad anrestiated coisaje of gold
and ilver atth' p snt ratio of 16 to t without
reg4rd to the acuoos or wishes of any other
nation or co.-p bin jtion whatever,
II- The Increase t the current money to aa
mount sufficient to meet the wants of oar
growing population and business, such money
to consist of silrer and gold coin and 17. S.
Treasnry notes equally a legal tender for all de
mands public and private.
III. The abolition of all national banks and
the establishment of Postal Saving Banks, man
aged aad controlled by the V. S. Treasnry.
IV. The establisbmeat of a system of direct
legisla tioa by the people, giving to the people
themselves the pwer. isL To vets all laws pass
ed by aay less than 95 per cent of all their rep
resentatives, and t propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater tbaa five par cent
of the electors and ccmpefl their submission to
the whole body of the electors. ,
V. That all means of nansporuting persons
property and Intelligence be gradually taken by
the Nation and conducted and controlled by an
nnpart u commission nuier strict Xlril service
VL That all Dobiic salaries aad oempeasa-
dons aha-be aaadctooorrpowl to she priccjof
Highest of all in Leavenbower.
Sin Feancisco. Local members of
the Coast Seamen's Union are antici
pating going on a strike in connec
tion with a general strike of dockyard
Dayton, O. The largest crowd was
encountered by Bryan at Piqua. There
were many yellow badges but as a rule
tke word -'Nit" was printed over the
names of Republican nominees.
Chicago. It has been arranged by
tba Republican campaign managers
to Lava ex-Congrestmau Win. E.
Mason of Chicago, speak in tho vi
cinity of every hall in which Mr. Bryan
makes an address in tbis city.
Datttos-, O. At Hamilton today
Mr. Bryan spoke from a stand erected
in the courthouse park to more than
10,000 people. He received tremend
London. A dispatch from Paris to
the Daily News says that the Armenian
correspondent sends the information
that a terrible niastaere occurred at
Van in Armenia on October 2nd. No
details are given.
I.kadviu.e, Colo. About 12j miners
from Mis.ouri to work on the mines
arrived thU afternoon, Over a
thousand people were about the depot
who jeered the new comers. General
Brooks had a large force of troops on
haud to escort the men to the tnino
and prevent an attack on them.
Atlanta, Ga, Messrs Washburn
and Reed members of the Populist
national committee who wire des
patched to Thompson to confer with
th? Hon. Thoa E. Watson, reached
Atlanta today. Said Mr. Washburn:
"The only way now to elect Bryan is
for the silver forces in the different
states to vote for fusion eleotors rcpre
senting both parlies."
i"r. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
Vorld'a Fai.- Hlxhwt Mcd.I an4 D!ckn
The following are the dates
for the Republican meetings
throughout the count':
Pearce, Oct. 26.
Willcox, Oct. 27.
San Simon, 28.
Tombstone, 31 .
Bigbee, Nov. 2.
The following are the date3
for the Democratic meetings
throughout the county:
"Willcox, Oct. 26.
Pearce, Oct. 27.
Tombstone, Oct. 28.
Bisbee, Oct. 31.
Mark Smith will speak
at the above places on the
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
W. Hasfcinc, Pretco.t.
Senor Bulloti, Mexico.
D D Roe, ranch.
F Bopp, San Francisce.
i 1 1
GEO. G.McGEE, Prop.
Faiibank; : Arizona,
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
stone nnd surrounding country.
Best of wines liquors and oigare
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. DEMARTINI,
A full line of
Fairbakk, A. T.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will
have ample time for dinner
before the train arrives.
Table Supplied With the Best.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Office or tub Mayoe jty the City or
Tombstone. Arizona Terkitort.
To Whom It Hay Concern, Greeting.
Whereas. Under an act of the Legislative
Awmbly of the Territory of Aruona, entitled
"Elections," approved March 8th. A. D. 1887,
and incoxnplianre with Section 4, Article 8 of
the Cty Charter, a general municipal election is
to be lield on the 3rd day of ritvember for the
purpose of electing city officers.
Now, therefore. I, Paul B. Waraefcros, Maycr
of the City of Tcmbston. in pursuance of the
duty imposed upon me by a resolution duly
passed and entered upon the minutes of the
Common Council of said city, do hereby order
a central municipal election to be held on the
Tuesday after the first Monday in Novembe
A. D. 1S96, and designate tne orrJces to o
filled as fellows, to -wit:
1 Major. j
3 Councilman from First Ward. i
3 Councilman from Second Ward, V
4 Coranalwan from Third Ward.
5 Councilman from Fourth Ward.
6- Chief of Police. Ex-OtSdo City Assessor.
City Tax Collector. City IJcense Tar Col
lector, Health Officer. Pound Master and
The following places are designa ted as pol'
inz pUcs: t
First Ward Adobe house on 3d street b:-
teer Allen and Toughnut streets, ... 1
Inspector Mike Welch.. .
Inrfgrs Tl-os. Tunny and Dan Carter.
PoCinjj Clerss - lohn C. Lilly and I. Tracy 'J
Ballot Clerk-J. Mines.
Second Waid -City Hall.
A. Ashman Inspector. J!
Indies F. H. Kianigan and J, HcHngh
Polling Uerks Robt Martin and T. Loudon
Ballet a-rl. Frank Eng'e, - 1
Third Ward Oriental Comer. 'i
Injpecetof Jos. Lippert. J
Judces F. PayU and Joel Neimeinder "j
Paling Clerks- F. Chtser and J. W. Reany. )
Ballot dark Trios Oman. J
Fcuttb Ward Protection Hose House, S
Imnector. W HobW. !l
lodges Wm. Orbeuand II. Salzman.
Polling Cc-ks Dave WcUi and A. Garrett.
I'altot LlerK Jiike weisn.
In witness Uereot I have hereunto set myj
hand, and caused the-seal ol the City of Tomb- j
stone to be affixed thereto Done at the City 1
Hall in the Cty of Tombstone this 1
TsK.tr.) the 7th day of October, 80S J
3' p-R WANEKROS,
. " . Mayor,
D. K; yRDWlx, Clerk, O-14