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OUR WATCHWORD-I,OOOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
City and County Official Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
Win. Hattich Ed tor and proprietor
Fremont St. Opposite CUy Hall
The Prosi-ector will not bold itself respon
sible for any of the article or sentiments ex
pressed by any of it correspondents.
Entered in the Tombstone PostofSx as
Secand Class matter.
a A(P: RFJLLY.
I Counselor at Law. Land -od Mining
cases a specialty.
M. C. STAKHLF, ATTORNEY AT-
Law and Notary Pubbe, Tombstone
EO. W. HWAIN, ATTU.NtY Ai
Ivur. Will practice in an coum 01 um
Territory, Tombstone Arizona.
OS. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN.
selor at Law. Office on FourthStreet,
between Allen and Tougbnut. Tomb
Will practice in all the courts of the
Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Noury Public, ail Fremont street bet.
jth and 5th stretv A member o: the Bar of
the Supreme Court ol the rerntoiy, and will
practice in any efthe courts therein.
AWENTHWORTH COUNTY RE
corder and Abstract Office. Abstracts
of t-t!e to real esta-e and mines furn.
ished promptly and acurately. Complete tran
scripts. Odice in Court House. Tombstone.
C' E. ALVORU. JUSTICE OF THE
Fence. Office 00 Allen St: bet 31 &
AL. KOSK A, USTICE OF THF- PEACE
OiSce on 4th St. bet. Allen ana
Tougbnut. '1 ombstone.
HS, GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining his residence
004th street. Callsattended at aU hours
cay ana sight.
CEARIE. ASSAYER AND META
lugical laboratory. Office No 319.
Tremont M. opposite City HalL
F & A H.
KING 'SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5
Meets third Saturday in each month.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. 1 h Mcpherson, w. m..
A. L GROW Secretary.
R. A M.
OOOHISE CHAPTER. NQ. 4 MEETS
third Wednesday in each month. Vis
iting Companions cordially invited to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P.
A. WESTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
1st Friday even.n in etch month. Vis-
' I. W. CLARK. rTesiaeni.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W "
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
W. meet 1st and 3rd Thursday in each
month. Vinting brothers cordially in-
Tlte1' ROBT. BESTM.W.
W. D. MONMONIEK Rocorder. C&
K- OF P-
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Pythias No 4. meets every 1st aid 3rd
Monday's in each month. V siting
brothers 'MANUEL, c. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. of S.
v-v on t pr-rinN HOSE COMPANY NO j.
T tracts First Snndav in each month at
1 their hose bouse n the eornerof Seventh
and Fremont streets, oppos-te ine scnooi neusc
. WM. GARRETT.
RESCUE HCoE COMPANY ME.E.13
First Sunday in each month at City Hall
Fremont street. L.V VICKEKS.
W EyrWORTH. Sccty President
J, N. McDONOUGH. Foreman.
ENGINE COMPANY NO, 1. MEETS
lau Sunday in et h mon h at hose bouia
on the corner of Toujhnut and jth street.
T.05EPH LIPPEKT ro-em-n
HENRY DUNKER. Secxetaiy.
Wan'ed An agent in evoy section to can
vass $4 to $5 a day made; sells at sight;
also a man to sell staple good to dealers
best side line. $75 a mo-tb. Saliry or large
commission made; eapaience unnecessary For
waled particulars Tend sump. Cufln Soap
it Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati. Ohio.
F. CALVES, Prop.
"rompt Service. Water per barrel, ascts.
Per backet, 5 cis.
SDecial Rates to Families
Lea re orders with wagon.
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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 21, 18q6
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THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
For Council B. A. PACKARD.
ForAsMemMy .'.-,. .J. M. MEBBILL.
I'er Sheriff. SCOTT WHITE
For Trtmtwtr. ... A. WENT WORTH.
For Recorder. ..,
ForJMxOe Judgt S. A. D.UPTON.
iTbV Democratic party of
cotmtr; Anzona. in convention assem-
bled,vHbercby reaffirm our belief in and
auegiante to tne time uooorea 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
beaded 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 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, 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 ot the times,
that the machinery of this government
will again soon be placed in the hands of
We believe the free and unlimi
ted coinage of silver is the paramount
and overshadowing- principle of the
present campaign, and that no person
should be elevated 10 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 same
thing here, and to our sorrow, they have
partally succeeded; thereby reducing
th maiorty of our own people to finan
cial slavery, and impoverishing every
producer of wealth in the United States.
TheiTontr-ction of the currency, of our
country, by the demonetization of silver
was the most gigantic and heinous crime
ever perpetrated on any "people in the
history of th -sis'; wnrW; ud those
-irpusiDIe tor 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 pre'
ent eold standard bc :t. present op
portunity is offered in an expansion of
currency for tne alleviation ot the sutter
ines ol humanity, are parties to that
great crime, in sympathy with the influ
ence which seeks to establish on the
mins 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.
W 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 the endorse
ment of their candidates by the penpl-
and we pledge to the people a mi"
economical administration of terri'nri
and county affairs than has charact-riz'"
our government for the past tn yar
and that no more revenue shall be raised
by taxation .nan is requ'red for the
maintainance of our county government
economically administered, and that the
revrnue raised shall not be dive'trd for
and other purpose than the strict admin
titration c' county rovernment. In ask
ing the co-oper-tion of the people, we
pledge an efficient, honest and economi
W. 0. ABBOTT
Samples by mail or express will receive
Ofce and Residence Otertoch Eovsc.
THE KKl'UltUVAS TICKET. I
For Council W. P. LONG.
For Attejmhly... . J.W. FABRINGTON
M. J. O AHTA2TAD A.
For Sheriff. F.E.CADWELI,
For Treasurer C. I CUMMINGS.
For Recorder E. W. PERKINS.
For Probnte fudge.. W.F.BRADLEY.
District Attorney O. W. 1WAIN.
For Supervisor T.C. AM8DEN.
For Surveyor W.JC.TYLEB.
Touwtose, Ariz., Oct. 8tb, 1S96.
Mr. Chairman : We, your commit
tee, respectfully labmittba following
resolutions for the consideration of the
Rejolvtd, That we moat heartily
endorte the principles of lbs Republi
can pa'ty as enunciated by tbosn
great leader Lincoln, Seward and
Chase and that we pledge ourselves
to mainUin.aad support the doctrines
of the party as set forth hy them.
And we especially call the attention of
the people of the land to the advice
given to the nation in bit farewell ad
drees by that patriot, soldier anil
statesman, George Washington, as it
is of particular significance at this
time, and these are the words: "Be
ware of foreign influence, -as the most
baneful foe of a Republican govern
ment." We therefore condemn, and
reject as un-American and unworthy
of acceptance, any suggestion ot sub
mitting anything appertainiug to
American affairs to a foreign confer
ence, belieung that wo are fully able
to defend our countiy ud t lolect
We npprovo of a taril that will pive
American lalor a j'ls return, and
furni I. a rereiuie that will maintain
our govrrnment, and oluo provide a
linking fund for the redemption of
our national indebtedness.
We approve of a law of reciprocity
that will add to our commerce and
furnish a market for our surplus pro
We insist that Arizona be given the
rights of statehood, and we demand
tfiis as aright and not as a favor.
We demand a restriction of immi
gration under proper laws, and that
mcru caie should be observed in ad
nutting people to our shores, auu that
none should be given the rights of
citlze;bip until they are fitted to ex
ercise th'i same in an intelligent man
ner. We are opposed to the appropri
ation of any of the public funds for
sectarian purposes, and we claim that
every expenditure of public moneys
should be for publie purposes only.
We pledge ourselves to nominate
only honest, intelligent and capable
men for the varioui offices to be voted
..'or, and when so iiorn'oated, if possi
ble, to elect thern.
tolar lie! Flag?!
MOP' ES" PRTr- PLATFORM
rl'frm W. f. b'hVAV, of Nebraska.
corViorPnsident.T. WATSOV. of Georgia,
"or DeWate to CouRress. BUCK.Y O'NEILL.
- The free and unrestiated coinage of gold
and silver at ihe present rarof iSto 1 without
rejird to the actions or wiihes of any other
nation orconibinaUon whatever.
It- The Increase at the current money to an
amount sufficient to meet tbe wants of our
pawing population and businest, such money
to consist of silver and sold coin and U. S.
Treasnry notes equally a legal tender for all de
mands public and pirate.
III. Tbe abolition of all national banks and
the establishment of Postal Saving Banks, man
aged and controlled by tbe U. & Treasury.
IV. The establishment of a system of direct
legislation by tbe people, giving to the people
It-emselTes tbe power, lit. To TetoaU laws pass
ed by any less than 95 per cent of aU their rep
resentatives, and t propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater than five per cent
of the electors and cunpell their submission to
the whole brdr ot tbe electors.
V. That all means of tnuuportatlng persons
property and Intelligence be gradually taken by
the Nation and conducted and controlled by an
nn partisan commission under strict cinl service
VI, Tint aU public salaries and corapensa-
I tioos atttSbe made to correspond so tsejinot ot
-Highest of all ia Leaveain ower.
Washingtox Ex-Secrety of State
Smith came to Washington today
from Atlanta in connection with but.
inesi before the supreme court. He
declined to talk politics.
Atlanta The Democratic commit
tee today rejected the Populist propo
sition for a fusion ticket made up of
sovea Democratic and fcix Populist
electors, declaring it to be insulting to
the Democrats iu its wording.
Sak Fbanciico There is fears of a
general alrike of sailors in this port.
One vessel has already go: away nith
anon union crew at reduced wagr;.
Frakctost, Ky. A mob of 300 toll
gate raiders tore nvray the gatui on
the Owento, Pca' Mill And Flat
Creek roads during the night.
Sacbamexto This arternoon 'Ihos.
Lannon, lineman of the Electric Light
company, while at work on top of one
of the compaay's mast fell to the
street with h piercing shriek. He
died a few beurs later. He touched
Dkn-ver Chief of Police Russell to
day communicated to District Attor
ney Whitlord the cjnfeation of Albert
Hi'iio Downing, the highwayman,
that lin murdered Joel C. Aehworlb of
this city. He committed numerous
robberies besides having murdered a
man in 1885 at San Jose, Calfornia,
tud committed other crimes there.
Washington Archbishop Ireland
today authorized the sUtemsnt con
cerning the published dispatches un
der a Rome date stating that the pope
was Txed with the archbishop for the
position he has taken on the political
situation: "There is ho truth what
ever in the statement. What the pur
poses are of 'hose who made this and
similar statements I do not know."
i r. Price's Cream Baking Powder
yrid' Pair Mlanest Medal and Dlntc-v-
The following are the dates
for tfie Republican meetings
throughout the county:
Pearce, Oct. 26.
Willcox, Oct. 27.
San Simon, 28.
Tombstone, 31 .
Bisbee, Nov. 2.
The following are -the dates
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 tho
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
W. Hnfckinr, Prescott.
Senor Bulloti, Mexico.
D D Roe?, ranch.
F Bopp, San Francisco.
GEO. G.McGEE, Prop.
Fairbank, : Arizona,
Headquarters for viitors from Tomb
stone snd surrounding country.
Best of wines liquors and cigars
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. DEMARTiNI,
A lull line of
Faixeank, A. T.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will
have ample time for dinner
before the train arrives.
Table Supplied With the Beat.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Office of the Mayor ,of the City of
Tombsiose, Arizona Tersitorv.
To Whom ft May Concern, Greeting:
Whereas, Under an act of the Leeislative '
Assembly of the Territory of Arizona, entitled
ejections, approved March 8th. A. D. 1887.
and incompliance with Section 4, Article 8 of -
m Bp I
the City Charter, a general municipal elecnon is
to be held on the 3rd d.-y of At ember for the
purpose of electing city officers.
Now, therefore, I. Paul B. Warnekros, Mayer
of the City of Tombston, in pursuance of the
duty imposed upon me by a resolution duly
pased and entered upon the minutes of the
Common Council cf slid city, do hereby order
a central municipal election to be held on the
Tuesday after the first Monday in Novembe
A. D. 1896, and designate tie offices to b
filled as follow:, to -wit:
3 Councilman from First Ward.
3 Councilman from Second Ward,
4 Comnalman from Third Vardl
5 Councilman from Fourth Ward.
6 Ch ef of Police. Ei-Officio City Assessor."
City Tax Collector. Ciy license Tar Col- ,,
lectcr. Health Officer. Pound Master and
Tte following pi ces are desicnittd as por
Kim Ward Adobe bouse on 3d street bo-, -.
tweer-Allen and Toughnut streets.
Inspector Mike Welch.
u-Jges Tros. Tunny and Dan Carter.
ollinc C3crk W.n C I JPy and J. Tracy
Rillot Clerk J. fcUins.
Second V.'a:d-f ity Hall.
A. Ashman Inspector,
lodges F. C Ktanigan and , McHugh
Polling Clerks Robt Mann nd T. Loudon
Ball.t Clrk Frank Engle.
Third Ward Oriental Corner.
In"pece1ot-Jos. Lippert. r
lodges F., Payla and Joel Neiseinder
To hng Clerks- F. ChHrer and J. W. Reany,
n.Uo Clerk Thos Cowan.
Fcntth Ward Protection Hose House.
IntprctoT. W. Hobta
lodges Wm. Cot belt and II. Salzman.
Polling aerks-Dave Welsh and A. Gtrrett.
Fallot Clerk Mike Welsh.
In witness whereol I have hereunto set mf
hand, and caused tbe s:al ol the City of Tomb
stone to be affixed thereto Dene at the Cty
Hall ia the Gty f Tombstone this
IsealI the 7th day of October. 1896
P. R WANEKROS,
D, K, WABDWILL, CVjC, O-i