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TOMBSTONE, A. T., SEPTEMBER 23, 1882
.H'FICIAI. JOUIINAL OF TOSIMSTONK
PUBLISHED BY THE
Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go
Hatutvcl Furdy, F.rtUor anil Manager,
Ofllce, 32J and 337 Fremont Street,
U ly ,(deUvsrt)d'rjy artlcr). ...25 cents per week.
Daily, ono year $10 00
Dally, six months... 5 00
Dally.thrco months 3 00
Weekly, ono year 6 00
Weakly, six months 2 50
Weekly, three months 1 50
ESJ-Entcred at tho Tombstone postofflceas second-class
Democratic Territorial Ticket.
For Delegate to CVmgiess.
GRANVILLE II. OURY.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction.
"W. B. IIORTON".
.1, II. TITVIS.
llouso of Hcprcsentativcs.
1). A. MORIARTV,
D. K. WAHDWELI ,
J. F. DUNCAN.
Democratic County Ticket-
LARKIN "V. CARR.
A. T. JONES.
For (District Attorney.
MARCUS A. SMITH.
For Probata Judge.
U. L. PEEL.
For Public Administrator.
.1. 0. FALL,
L. W. BLINN,
Tim San Francisco Argonaut is a
brilliant exponent of right ami jus
tice. Pouter will soon bo in Tomb
stone. Ho will bo too early and too
Porter and Davis recently treat
ed all hands on "jaw-bone," up In
Frank Pixlky is running amuck
through tho ranks of tho Republican
party of Arizona.
Blackburn says little, but ho
makes up in hard work, and always
selects tho strongest men.
An honest Democrat cannot win
when opposed to a dishonest Repub
lican, according to our adversaries.
Republican candidates, resident
of Tombstone, aro desperately try
ing to cut each other's political
Combinations are exercising a
good many Republican candidates.
Tho Convention is as far as any of
them will get.
It speaks woll for tho Democratic
ticket, when Us adversaries can find
but one accusation to fling against
it that it is too honest.
Mobes and Harwood are fighting,
in tho Republican back yard, ovor
tho Recordership. It is a safo prop
osition that Colp will steal the bone
The issuo is made by tho Repub
licans of Coohise county "shall an
honest Democrat win or not?" Tho
Democracy will contentedly ac
cept success or defeat upon such an
The first bill restricting Chinese
immigration was passed by tho votes
of Democrats and vetoed by a Ro
publioan president, Tho last bill
was jammed down the throats of
both the Republicans and their pres
ident, by Democratic strength and
the force of public opinion. And
yet tho Republican party asks credit
for all this.
The Phoonix Herald savs that
Oury should not bo chosen by tho
peoplo becauso ho is honest. Re
publican unanimity in advocaoy of
dishonesty as a political necessity is
peculiarly interesting, and sugges
tivo of Star Routo and other Repub
lican thieving. If either Babcock
or Bolknap wero in Arizona, they
would undoubtedly receive the solid
support of tho Republican party.
Our evening contemporary is en
gaged in an effort to show that tho
Democratic ticket is not only weak
but unsatisfactory to Democrats.
This action, on tho part of a Ropub
lican journal, is to bo expected, un
der tho old adago that "all things aro
legitimate in politics." Tho propo
sition advanced, Iiowover, that tho
candidates chosen by tho Democratic
convention aro too honest to win, is
novel in its nature and a somersault
in logic. It is a natural assumption
that tho people profor honest officials,
but, horn a Ropubhcan standpoint, it
would seoni that tho loss honest a
man is tho better cliauoe he has to
win. The latter proposition being
an idea of our adversaries, it is safe
to expect that tho nominees of tho
approaching Republican convention
will not be characterized by honesty.
It bocomes a matter of speculation
then, as to what qualifications aro
considered by tho Republican bosses,
as essential to political success, and
tho subject requires but little thought.
Tho history of the Republican party,
during tho last nino years, uational
and local, chroniclos but little clso
than official corruption, nepotism,
broken promises and tho fostering of
capital at tho oxponso ot labor. We
do not dispute tho fact that tho par
ty was at one timo a great party, but
it has long sinco outlived its useful
ness, and been corruptod by the
manipulation of its ambitious
leaders, into an organization
solely for tho benefit of a few jack
als, who have for years and aro now
snarling over dead issues, and gorg
ing thomsolves at tho expense of
tho people and to the disgraco of tho
government. Tho Republican party
is run by machinery not ideas.
It derives its sustenance from spoils,
and kocps aliro by an arbitrary use
of power dorived from thoso spoils.
It coerocs or buys tho poor and
truckles to the rich. As declared
by Frank Pixloy, in tho Argonaut,
" it has degonerated, it has no longer
a high and honorable purpose to
achieve, its most influential and act
ivo leaders aro men who make of
politics a profession, who seek of
fices for tho money that is in them,
or because of tho opportunity for
plunder." And Pixley has ever been
a Republican, and was a momber of
the machino convention which nom
inated Estoo as tho Republican can
didate for Governor of California.
His last expression, abovo quoted,
is significant when applied to tho ut
terances of tho Republican pi ess of
Arizona "tho Democratic candi
dates of Cochiso county cannot win,
becauso they are honest." Truly,
tho Ropublicaus of this Territory
aro good disciples of the rules laid
down by tho leaders of the whole
party, especially thoso of Cochiso
county. "Within tho Republican
party there has been organized a
ling of professional politicians, who
make ot politics a money-getting
industry," says tho Argonaut.
" Democratic candidates are too hon
est to win," asserts our contempo
rary. Gladly tho Epitaph admits
all this, as indisputable. The Dem
ocracy of Cochiso comity stands
upon its honesty, leaving to the Re
publicans their preferred dishonesty.
Let the people choose.
Frank Pixley, a leading Republi
can of California, repudiates Estee,
the nominee of his party for Govern
or of that btato, because his nomina
tion was secured by fraudulont
means. Zabriskio, a Republican
leader in Arizona, denies Porter, the
candidate for delegate to Congross,
for tho reason that his nomination
was tho result of a "con upt bargain."
It is gratifying to know that tho
"oivil servico assessment" party, can
boast of a few good men.
The Legislature itself can only
deal with tho census fraud. The
aots of do facto legislators are
logal, and all acts of an Arizona Leg
islature are deemed to be confirmed
by Congress, unless rejected by that
body. Any rejection must come
within two years after the passage of
an aot. Tho fraud can be beaten, if
a sufficient number of tho coming
legislators can bo got to vote one
The Los Angeles Herald comes to
us cnlargod, and otherwiso improved
in appearance. Outside of San
Franoisco, it is equal in make-up
and ability, to any paper on tho Pa
Porter's success will bo a rebuke
to tho administration. His defeat
will constitute its defense.
All good Demoorats should vote
their tickets as they take their whisky
The Cochiso county Republican
slato is badly shattered.
Zaiiriskie is tho boomerang of
The candidates of tho Democracy
of Cochiso county aro before tho
people, who aio to judge of their
qualifications for the offices they do
sire to represent. It is alv, ays dif
ficult to make up a ticket, the whole
of which will be porfect, but tho
Democratic convention has been em
inently wise in its choico of men,
combining, in every instanco, fitness
and popularity, with integrity and
conscientiousness. The logislativo
representation u composed of re
sponsible men who aro known to have
tho interests of tho people it heart,
who aro posted as to their needs, and
whoso business qualifications insure
no action without calm deliberation.
Tho candidate for sheriff possesses,
in a rare degree, all the qualifica
tions necessary in an executive offi.
cor. He has judgment, is brave,
determined, conscientious, ener
getic and can nevor be
influenced against what ho conceives
to be his duty. His reputation in
business circles is unsurpassed, and
his record, as a man, without a flaw.
Larkin W. Carr will do his duty
without flinching, and do it well.
Ben Goodrich will make a good
Treasurer there could bo no better
choice. No no can dispute his fitness,
and his past and present irreproach
able life is an absolute guarunteo
that he will administer the duties of
his offico honorably and faithfully.
Al. Jones received a better endorse
ment thau we can give him, in his
nomination by acolamation a nom
ination that came to him spontan
eously, owing to his past conduct of
the samo offico ho now aspires to fill
for the second time. The selection
for District Attorney, Marcus A.
Smith, was a wise one. He is a
lawyer of ability, a gentleman of
honor and an industrious worker.
B. L. Peel is most worthy of the of
fice of Probate Judge, owing to his
logal training, Lis fine senso of hon
or and tho steadiness of his habits.
Pat Holland is so sure of election,
that it is almost uoedlcss to
refer to him. Ho will do his duty
well as Coroner. Tho choico for
Publio Administrator is a wise one,
Alexis Freeman being a gentle
man whoso honesty is beyond
question, whose ability is first-class,
and who, by special training, is
peculiarly fitted for tho office. Those
chosen by the Convention for
supervisors aro too well known
throughout tho county to need spec
ial endorsomont. Their qualifications
are pre-eminent, their characters be
yond reproach. Tho convention es
pecially displayed wisdom in listen
ing to tho claims of various localities.
Every section of tho county has re
ceived consideration in representa
tion. Altogether the ticket is an ex
ceptionally strong one.
The assertion of the Republican
press that tho Democratic tickot of
Cochiso is " too honest to win," is
proving to bo of much servico in ma
terially adding to tho strength of
that ticket. Not only Democrats,
but thoso Republicans who desire a
pure administration of governmental
affairs, have joined hands in a pledge
to work for the " honest ticket."
Leading Republicans, resident of
Tombstone, are daily heard pro
nouncing in favor of tho Democratic
candidate for tho office of Sheiiff, be
causo thoy know him to be steady in
his habits, responsible, efficient and
brave. His position in tho county,
as a leading business man, offers
every assurance of a proper conduct
of the duties of the office,
and his past career guarantees
an absence of political tiickery. It
is the samo with the candidates for
tho offico of supervisor. They aie
all known to be men of probity,
careful business habits, fine execu
tive ability and splendid credit. Mr.
Jones, candidate for the RecorJer&hip,
will poll a solid Democratic and
largo Republican vote. Ho has been
honest in the administration of his
offico hitherto, and, through that hon
esty will bo retained by tho people
for a second term. So it is, from ono
end to tho oftier of tho ticket hon
esty and ability. In fact the only ac
cusation so far made against tho
Domociatic nominees, is that they
aro too honest, and the peoplo will
rise in their might, at tho polls, and
defend thorn upon that basis. Hon
esty is a pretty good banner to march
Tom Fitch is anti-railroad and
anti Grand Central out of pure cuss
edncss. Ho has a habit of knocking
his head against sstono walls, just to
be odd. He wouldn't bo half the
fellow he is if lie acted like a sano
The census fraud will cut a fig
uro in politics for a long time to
como. Those who conceived and
condoned tho outrago may consider
themselves " dead ducks," until the
I next generation.
lauhaams" iiiit" f fi-ftrr ynngirvT H,M -a
Washington, Sept. 19. Pro
ceeding were begun yesterday
against tho property of Captain How
gate. Tho prospoct is that upwards
ot 100,000 will be realized.
Renewed interest has been cre
ated in tho Star routo affairs by tho
donial of Brewster Cameron and
Bowen that they attempted to bribe
Foreman Dickson to convict tho de
fendants. Important developments
aro looked for.
The President and party arrived
Washington, Sept. 19. Tho
President inspected tho alterations
in the White House to-day- Ho
leaves for the east to-morrow night.
Washington, Sept. 19. The new
comet was watched at tho naval ob
servatory this p. in. It was found
in the right ascension, 11 hours, 19
minutes, 32 seconds declination, 12
seconds north. The comet is easily
seen with tho naked eye and exhibit
ed a short tail with a bright head of
considerable extent. In the tele
scope tho nucleus showed a large
comet with plenty of loose material.
Extending on both sides were bright
arches of light presentiny appear
ance. A bird with outstretched
wings of the comet was seen at Nice,
France about noon, September 18.
Yellow Fever Xotes.
Cape Henry, Sept. 19. Sept. 19.
This morning tho Italian bark Gal
ileo, from Pensacola, bound for
Hampton Roads, passed here with
yellow fever on board. Fonr per
Boston, Sept. 19. Four deaths
from yellow fever have occurred on
tho quarantined bark Arthur C.
Pensacola, Sept. 19. The out
look is worse now than at any time
sinco tho first yellow fever case was
repoited. 27 new cases bulletined.
Matamoras, Sept. 19. Still f0to
75 cases of yellow fever here, with
several new cases daily.
Tho rresldeut's Health.
Boston, Sept. 19. It seems the
President has not entirely recovered
of the malaria contracted at tho
White House. Ho proposes to try a
ten clays trip to the mountains, as at
first proposed by his physician.
A special from New York to the
Advertiser says the President is
really a sick man. The change in
his course for meals and rest since
Garfield's death, has pulled him
down. He is full of malaria, and
is ordered not to live at tho White
House again until a cellar has been
placed under the building.
Augusta, Mo , Sept. 19. Official
leturns from all except six planta
tions give tho total vote at lGS,175;
Robie, 75,53i;Plaisted, Go,7o(3;Chasc,
1,293; Vinton, 2G2, Eustis, 303. Re
publican candidates for congress
weie elected by phualities a little in
excess of that of governoi. Tho
Republicans carry fourteen out of
sixteen counties. Of senators, 28
aro Republican and 3 Fusion; of
membors of the house, 108 are Re
publicans and 41 Fusionists.
Washington, Sept. 19. Secre
tary Teller has decided that Indian
police may bo furnished with revol
vers for tho bettor enforcement of
their authority, but the custom of
supplying them with improved
breech-loading rifles will bo discon
tinued. No rifles and no fixod am
munition for breech-loaders hereaf
ter will be placed in the hands of any
Indians by t'ie department.
Ellnlne Talks Sense.
Chicago. September 19. Blaine,
in an interview, claims to be a better
oivil servico luformer than Carl
Schurz, and refers to facts in sup
port of this claim. He condemns the
Mahono movement, and thinks that
Virginia should receive aid from the
general government in paying her
debt, as she suffered more than any
other state by tho war, and was dis
membered by tho cutting off of West
Virginia as a war measure.
3lBSHachiiMrttH Convention .
Boston, Sept. 19. The Democrat
ic state ticket was completed. Lt.
Gov. S. W. Bowerman;Sec. of State,
Dr. Skilling; Treas. and Recorder,
Wm. A. Hodges; Auditor, John P.
Sweeny; Attorney General, George
JTeJoleing at Monterey.
Monteefy, Sept. 19. The Mexi
can National railroad was yesterday
accepted by tho engineers of the
Mexican government. A municipal
ball was given in tho evening to cel
ebrate tho completion of the line.
A Fonder 31 111 lllown tip.
San Feaccisco, September 19.
A Santa Cruz dispatcli says: A mill
of the California Powder Company
blew up this morning. R. Tufts,the
only occupant at the time was killed.
June and Oceenilicr.
Albany, September 19. Alonzo
Cash, aged fortv-eight years, shot
and mortally wounded his wife, Min
nie, aged 17, near Doarmansville,yes
terday, and then killed himself.
IVhut are They Thankful for Y
London, September 19. The
Arch-bishop of York issued an invi
tation to the clergy to observe next
Sunday for thanksgiving, and pub
lishes special sei vices fortius occa
sion. iicn Itntler for Governor.
Boston, September 19. Tho
Democratic Slato convention nomi
nated Ben Butler for Governor.
Tucson, Sept. 20 Tho Pima coun
ty Republicans in convention to-day
nominated tho following ticket: Fo'r
Legislative Council, J F Knapp, E II
Cook; Assembly, B F Bivans, J II
Fawcott, It C Brown, D Snyder, L
Corrillo; For Sheriff, R P Paul; Re
corder, C It Drake; District Attorney
F M Smith; Supervisors, James II
Toole, W L Vail, A D Otis The
convention adopted tho Phonix plat
form, and exhibited considerable en
thusiasm and unanimity.
Advices from Camp Thomas to-day
say that tho stage winch left there
yesterday morning for Willcox was
robbed of all mail matter by two
masked men about five miles "north
of Cedar Springs. Tho registered
matter consisted of thirty-two pack
ages, most of it from Apache, and
contained nearly $3,000 in currency.
No clue to tho robber.-.. Parties arc
Gen. Carr with Sixth cavalry left
Apache yesterday en routo to" Fort
Tucson, Sept. 20. 'I he Star's
Guaymas correspondent writes: Fivo
people wero killed by lightning in a
church at Concordia, near Mazatlan.
A number were seriously injured in
tho lush to escape from the build-
A serious com famine prevails in
Sinaloa. In some sections 25 cents
per pound is paid.
The gap between the Sonora and
Benson railroad is thirty miles. Con
nection will be made about October
Worcester, Mass. Sept. 20. The
Republican State Convention was
called to order at 11 o'clock to-day,
and Chas. E. Stoll was elected Chair
man. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 20.
The convention nominated Henry B.
Pease for Secretary of State; Gen'l.
Daniel A. Gleason for Treasurer and
receiver; Charlos R. Ladd for Audi
tor and E. J. Shendon for Attorney
Saratoga, Sept. 20. The Repub
lican State Convention was called to
order to-day by B. Piatt Carpenter,
and tho roll of delegates called, and
by a voto of IS to 14, elected ex
Senator Madden temporary Chair
man of the Convention. The Cor
nell men voted for Senator Pitts.
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 20.
The Republican state convention
mot this morning with Marshal Jew
ell as permanent chairman, who made
an eloquent address, and then the
usual committees were appointed.
Saratoga, Sept. 20. The Repub
lican state convention proceeded to
vote for tho candidates for Governor.
Tho first ballot resulted as follows:
Judge Folgcr, 223; Alonzo B. Cor
nell, 18."i; James W. Wadt, worth, 00;
Jno. 11. Stoirin, 19; John C. Robin
son, 0. 249 is neoeMar' to a choice.
New Haven, Conn , Sept. 20.
The following ticket was nominated.
Governor, Gen. Wm. II. Buikley;
Lt. Governor, John 1). Condee; Sec.
of State, S. T. Slonton; Treasurer, J.
A. Converse; Comptroller F. D.
Idtiuor Dealers' Sleeting.
Cincinnati, Sept. 20. The na
tional distillery and spirit dealers'
association of the United States is in
session to-day, tinder a call issued by
Presideht H. M. Shuffeed, of Chica
go. About fifty members were pres
ent and the meeting held with closed
doors. The call refers to a disap
pointment concurning congressional
action for a relief to whiskey busi
ness and says that in addition there
to dangers are arising at tho hands of
a misguided and irrational class of
follow citizens who are with fanatical
zeal and persistence seeking the de
struction of our business. Through
restriction and prohibitory state leg
islation it suggests the reorganiza
tion of the association upon an en
larged and moio practicable plan.
A ilurshal Killed.
El Paso, Sept. 20. Tho coroner's
inquest in tjie case of Deputy U. S.
Marshal Dallas Stoudemire, who was
killed at 5 o'clock yesterday in a
fight with the Manning brothers, ren
dered a verdict that he came to his
death at the hands of some unknown
party. This is the famous marshal
of the city who was the principal in
the big killing here seventeen
months ago. This trouble with the
Mannings has been browing for
London, Sept. 20. The British
Consul General has been directed to
inform the Khedive that no capital
sentence on Egyptian leaders must
be earned out without the consent
of Great Britain.
Steps have beer, taken to secuio
the services of competent counsel to
defend Arabi Pasha and other lcadeas
of tho revolt.
A Wealthy leathering.
Saratoga, Sept. 20. The Manu
facture! s and Producers' assiciation
met this evening and denounced the
anti-monopoly organizations in New
York City as irresponsible bodies,
and doclaring they will not support
any candidate who may bo inimical
to tho business of tho state. It is
claimed that over $300,000,000 of
capital is represented.
Deadwood, Sept. 20. Patrick
Gorman, ono of the oldest miners of
the Hills, was shot and instantly kill
ed at Gaiena last ovi ning, by Frank
Danoy, son of Col. J. H. Daney,
owner of tho Sitting Bull silver mino
and smelter. Trouble over a claim
adjoining the Sitting Bull was the
WiLKESiiAitRE, Sept. 20. A coal
tiain broke through a trestle seriously
i injuring several workmen.
Killed by altiiiiawayTcaiii.
San Francisco, Sept. 21. While
assistant chief engineer Brady, of
tho fire department was answering
an alarm of fire this afternoon,'a
team attached to an express wagon
became alarmed and ran away. Tho
team ran into Brady's buggy causing
his horse to become unmanageable.
He was thrown out and instantly
killed. The driver of the express
wagon is said to bo very badly injur
San Feancisco, Sept. 21. Ass't.
chief engineer Brad', of the fire de
partment was not killed instantly as
was at first reported. He lingeied
unconscious tfntil 9 to-night and then
A Holler Explosion.
Lachine, Ont., Sept. 21 The
boiler of tho ferryboat Richelieu ex
ploded this morning and killed Dag
netta, the pilot, and Jarnes Richard
son and Persellius Amiot, of Cha
teaux Quay, farmers. A sou of t'ae
pilot is missing, supposed to have
been blown overboard. Several pas
sengers were severely scalded.
Brownsville, Tex., Sept. 21.
Fourteen new cases of yollow fever
but no deaths. The city is full of
Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 21. Situa
tion more gloomy, 11 cases and G
doaths ond several cases on vessels
I'oand Ilcail in the AVopds.
Richmond. Sept. 21 Tho body of
Augustine Green, a well known
wealthy Englishman, was found in
tho woods near his late residence in
"Chesterfield county, to-day. A starv
ing dog was found guarding the
body. Green is supposed to havo
wandered off in a delirium.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 21 The Re
publican State Convention this morn
ing nominated llon.James W. Dawes
of Crete, for Governor; A. W. Age,
of Hamilton county, for lieutenant
governor, and Iii. r. Koggen, of Lan
caster, for Secretary of State.
Sergeant Mason, Case.
Buitalo, N. Y. September 21.
1 he counsel for Sergeant Mason hi
ed a petition for habeas corpus. Ar
gument will be heard on motion for
a writ, at Utica early in October.
A Massacre Frcentcd
Caltako, Sept. 21 The leaders of
tho Albanian league at Scutari hav
ing resolved to massacre and rob tho
richest Christians, including the Eng
lish consul, two hill tribes marched
to Scutari and prevented tho massa
cio. Consuls have asked that the
ganison at Scutari be roiiifoiecd.
Sot Finished et.
Cairo, Sept. 21 Tho garrison at
Damietta refuse to sunvnder. Fort
Ghimelch suirendeied to day. Tho
gairison was found to consist of only
eighty men, the remainder of the
force having gone to Damietta last
The Chinese Question In Fnglaud.
London, September 21. A meet
ing convened by the democratic fac
tion was held here last evening to dis
cuss tho proposed introduction of
Chinese labor in Great Britain, tho
meeting calling on the Government
to frame a measure to prevent the in
introduction of Chinese labor. Mr.
Parr, of San Francisco, said if Chi
nese came to Great Britain, English
workmen might as AVell go and die.
rSIHE LEADING HOTEL OF SAN FRAN
JL CISCO, and the most elegantly appointed
hotel lu the world, ocr $3,500,000 baobeen ex
pended by Mr. Baldwin In Its construction, and
iiirnlshlnn;. Headquarters of the Army and iavy.
Special accommodation's for families and luge
parties. Prices tho same as other nrt-clas
hotels from :i to V. pr day Special
contracts will be made for permanent boarders.
Tho hotel has coaches and carriages in waiting
at all boats and railway depots. ta? Rooms can
bo reserved "before nrrhat by telegraphing the
Baldwin I'. .1. ItAI.IMViX
acp-K tfw Sole Owner and Proprietor.
183 Montgomery Hi., near Itusli,
MFI'dALTV FOB T1IIHTV yi:aiis,
(Established In San Trancisco in ISM.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The most complicated causes of defective vision
thoroughly diagnosed free of charge. Co-npouud
Astigmatic Lenses mounted in two hours' notice,
"37" Orders by mall promptly atsended to.
NATIVE OP NEWCASTLE WEST. COUNTY
Limerick. Ireland. Left California, where
he worlad in the mints for many jca-s, about ten
jears ago, to go to Arizona. "Ago lflhing, 4!)
years. Anr one knowing of him or his where
abouts, will greatly oblige by communicating
with ins brother, Michael Collins, -',o ci
Street, San Francisco, Cul .
Proposals for Fresh Itecf and Mutton.
Headquarters Department of Arizoni,
Oillco Chief Commtssaiy of Subsistence,
Whipple liarracks, I'kescott, A.T., Aug 25, 18SJ.
SEALED rUOl'OSALS, in triplicate, eubect
to the usual conditions, will be reccned at
this ofllce oral the office ol the Post Corainlsi-arj,
until 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday, Sept. 25, 1SW,
at which time and places they will he opened In
the presence of bidders, for furnl'htug and deliv
ery of such quantities of I'rsh Beef and Mutton
on tho block as may fiom time to timo be reiinircd
by tho Subsistence Department, at Camp l'rlce,
southern end of (the Chiricahua Mountain, A.T.,
lrom Oct. 1st, 16UJ, to June 30, ltKSJ
Proposals mast be accompanied by a bond with
two sureties In the sum of S1.000 00, and in ac
cordance with the form prescribed. A proposal
unaccompanied by such it bond will not be con
sidered. Each proposal must be accompanied by anafll
davlt setting forth that thebidder Is not concerned
directly or indirectly In any other bid than that to
which his name is aDpcnded.
'I he successful bidder will be required to enter
into a written contract with thn United States
with good and approved surety within ten days
after being uotilledof the accptance of hit propo
sal. 'Ike Oorcrumcnt rescues tho right to reject
iiy or all proposals.
Blank proposals, bonds, and full informutlon as
to the manner of bidding, conditions to be ob
served by bidders and terms of contract and ) ay
nicnt, ill be furnished on application to this
office, or to tho Commissary at the post.
Emelopes containing proposals should be
marked: "Proposals for beef and JIuttou," and
addressed to tho undersigned, or to the I'ost Com-
nilssaty at Camp Price, A.T. au30 td
CHAS. P. EAGAN, Capt.C.S., U.S.A.
No. OTIiiid Kti-rot. near Market, Wan
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI) A SU-
pi rlor quality of tho latet tj Its of ForeflWlC
and Domestic Casbimeres. His tits aro cckur!.
edged to bo the bes'. Oall ami examine my wjrk
and prices, or Sei.d 1 r ctmplcsand ratce.
This powder ncer arles. A marvel bf purity,
Etrciigtn and wholesomencss. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
In cans. Kotal Bamno Powder Co . 106 Wall
ttrect, N. Y. ecpM&wtf
TTlOll A QUAKTEB. OF A CENTURY! OR
JLJ more llostetter's Stomach Bitters has been
tho reigning specific for Indigestion, dyspepsia,
fecr and ague, a loss of physical stamina, liver
complaint and other disorders, and has been most
emphatically indorsed by medical men as a health
ami strength restorathc. It counteracts a ten
dency to pre-matnre decay and euitaina and com
forts tho aged and infirm. For sale by all drng
Fists and dealers cr.erally.
r-atent, Nov. 11,1873,
Patent. Nov. 0. 18S0.
Medical Electricity -
J1UU..JS'S ELLCXKU.JIAGXETIC BELT.
(IKt Only amnne. First Premium Stale Fair.
Bella, Extra Appliance. U UtCtro-JUtneUt UtlU, 0
GUARANTEED OSB YEAR. BEST n TUP WORLD.
t 111 positively cere without medidne RheuitAtism, Pa
ral) sis. Neuralgia. Kidney Disease. Impotency. Rupture.
Liver Disease. Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Spinal Disease,
Ague, IMesandotherdiseases,. Also.
nllnTlinr guaranteed relieved
KB If S I SKI" orcured.SendfbrUlustrated
Hill I UBIk eatalopie.IIiindredsofcurea
"W. J. HORNE, Prop. &Monnfr.
303 JUarltct St.. ban Francisco. Cal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO LEAN
DEK MILNEE, or anyone claiming interest
in the Emma Brent minlngclaim, slluatea !q the
California District, Cochist County, Arizona Ter
ritory, that the undersigned has done the assess
ment woik required y law, or the years 1&0 and
lbSl, Mia unless I am paid for the same wlthia
ninety days alter the expiration of the publication
of this notice, the claim will be mluo according
to law. It. C. WATSON,
American Eihan;e;iIotel, San Francisco, Cal
First Class Work
For 33nlc and Female Agents.
from $100 to 250 a month can be made without
rUI: of loss. In starting to sell our goods, as we
will take back all unsold of the first order We
want an agent In cscry county, who will go to
work at once. $14 can be made cut of SI 1 worth
of goods, and it you cinnot sell these goods, you
return them tous and get jour money back. No
real Agent expects more than this, and wc are the
only emp'oyers or Agents In the United States'
that will take back unsold goods. We make this
oiler because we know our goodswlll sell so easily
that cm'U a child could sell them. We think lt a.
s lame that any one should be out of employment
who has seen our oflr. It is really an
and extiaordiuary that nnr one oat of employ
ment has not accepted it.
U. S. Manufacturing Co.
septi Pittsburgh, Pa.
0 000 Pianos
ff 5 4 x t n r
C ii, 1 oiitfr
cor MirUt A Powell
uu t r&iibuso
Cor C.cary and .llanon
milE COLLEGE INSTITUT
JL for tho euro of all Kpeela
t'oinplieatcd, and m called
lnriiralile 4'lironle His
eases. DK. LIEBIO'S cr
I limn Invlzorator is POSI
TIVELY guaranteed to cure
tier i gum ana pnj sural no
bility. Mi'iiluii'HN. lost
inauiiood. Iom or energy,
ringing and dl77iiier-H In
the head, melancholy hopeless
lcellngs and all the results of
on tli I ul Imprudence and excess
es of mature years. The Doctor
a rcgnlir college physician, will
a-rreo to forfeit ono thousand
dollars for a cae the Imlgorator
w ill not cure under special treat
ment and ad Ice.
Tlie reaiion wo many ran-
K .... I l,.,.. ...-. .-.. ...
in sh mitl the ilium- diseases, owing
to a eoinplleatlnnrd railed I'lttWTA.
TOIMtllllA, v III ill requires peculiar
iiit-u b luti'ijiaiut a. i pwiniu vuic
for I'roNtniort'lion. Trice of cither Imigor
ator $3 per bottle: eUforSW. ent to any rnl-diet-ijim
receipt of price or C. O. I). HopotiN-
1 111 ttmi-uar. k,nnv ti liAn i n r.i 1 lufVinlutit
w V rr ritij lieu ,., t a silo.
teeresy Maintained. X'atlents cured
ill noine. Lacing s iiispuisary runs an ciegaui
drug store in the building. Oonmllallon, person
ally or by Utlcr, tree.
I.VVMJOItATOK HAail'LKS FJIF.IS.
Call or address DR. LIEUIU X CO.. 400
Geary street, l'rnnteintrance, 40SAlaon street,
r-in l"ranrlco. sepW-dw