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All nnnounrements under tills bead rous lie paid for In advance, or they will not he jnecrtcd. FOR OOI'STV ASSESSOR. At the solicitation of many friends throughout Cochise County, I hereby' an nounco myself as a' candidate for the office of County Assessor, subject lo the decision of Ihi llefutiiiiai County Convention. '" E. Q.7TORTO FOR C'OBJ.Vl'V CJKCoilg)KK 1 hereby announce mysLlf as a candidate for the office or County Recorder, subject to 'the action' of the Reuublican County Con vention: W. F. BRADLEY. FOR . C'05:0'J3R. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for reelection to thcolhVc or Coroner and 'Pubiie - Administrator of CoehUc County, bubject to Jibe action of the .Republican County Convtntiop,, ' ' ' JAMES DEAN. FOK SHERIFF. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Coehi.- county subject to the action or the Republican County Convention. U.S. HATCH. j.'ie MflEMKIFF. I hereby respectfully announce myself a candidate for the office of Slu-rilf of Cochise Coun'y, subject to the will of the Republican County Convention. JOHN" MONTGOMERY. TEBBlTOR 1AL BSPUBLIOAM CONVENTION. In accordance with the action of the Cen tral Commlttei, a Territoiia'. Convention of the' Republican party or the Territory cf rizo-ia, to onanist of seventy-seven cgites, U 'hereby called, to ba held in the city of Tucson, Monday, September 20tli, 1SSG, For the purpose of nominating a candidate foi Delegate to Congress, a candidate Tor Superintendent of Public Instruction, and ortfie transaction of such other business :u miy 'uroperly cd:ue before it. The several counties of the Territory will be entitled to the following representation, based upon, the Republican vate of ltjSl, vitti tha allowance of one extra Delegate from each county, as follows: Cjuaties Arpart. Apaclt. Cochise.-.- ti Gila 3 Ur.ilnmi. fi Mariewpa.V T .MalisTe.;.. ' ' Vuul .-. 4 "i:n:i .. ' 10 Yavapai 15" 1'niia - Extra. Total. 1 C t 13 1 i '-J 7 i S -l 4 I o I 31 . 1 10 1 At said tiiua ami place the Delegates from thj c.iunties of Yavapai, Yum i, Moh-jve. -4piclis actl Jlaricap" will aisct in sub Con ventiou to cam in ita e. Joint Couiu-ilinui; anil likewise the counties or Cochise, Gra ham," Oila,' Pin il ana Plica, to nominate a ,Toint Councilman.' WEBSTER STREET, Chairman Central C.imiui -tee. C. 0. REPl'l, Secretary. Datei iViaUstone. August 3, 18. td Five to one. if The races yesterday were well at tended. Gougreps has adjourned and the. peo ple of the whole country are breath ing much casijr. The tables of many of our citizens are now supplied with fruit and vege table from their o vn gardens. Let .there be a. full attendance of the rapmbers of the County Central Committee to-morrow evening. I don't sell shoulder steak for por terhouse steak ; or two or three year old beef for veal. Geo. D. Maehin, Fulton Market, corner of 7th and Fremont .g reets. 8-9tf Miss Anna Geoden, an excellent piano player and a line Dinger, is now delighting the patrols of the Oriental saloon. The little lady has made a ,host of friends the few days that she .has be,en in this city. A Mexican was found with a horse belonging to Mr. W. V. Baldwin, of Bensou, early this morning, and quite a -little excitement was created when jit. .was unhitched from the wagon, which met with resistance trom the Mexican. Judge Scott adjusted the .trouble by giving Mr. Baldwin hi? horse and reprimanding the Mexican, who got hold ,of t.hc animal through a, mistake. Citizen. The Daily Tombstone has entered uppn its fourth volume and bears evidence of having passed the ex perimental stage of its existence and 4s now on a sound business basis. The Tombstone has shown com mendable industry in gathering the local news of Cochise county, and it is constantly improving in every re spect. We are glad to note its pros perity and hope that its days of use fulness may extend into years and its years into centuries. Citizen. Washington, Aug. 2, 18SG. Mr. Editor: The annual report of the chief of the appointment division of the Post Office Department issued on Wednesday last contains some ex tremely interesting information upon the subject of changes that have been made iu the postoifiees. There were 22,7-17 new postmasters appointed during the last fiscal year, an increase of 13.200 over the previou? year. The total number of changes made under theliead of removals 'and suspensions is given at 9,5G0, an iuerease of 8,750. Congress will adjourn sine die some time during the present week, but no one is yet able to definitely name the (lay. The apprehension that the Pre sident may veto th-s oleomargarine bill, and that Congress may try to pass it over the veto, the uncertainty as to the time likely to be consumed by the various committees of conference, in dicate that it. is doubtful about reach ing an adjournment before the latter part of the week. There are two measures awaiting the signature of tho President, con cerning the fate of which a great deal of interest is taken by the public. These nre the oleomargarine bill and the Morrison joint resolution for the reduction of the surplus. The Pres ident has received the oleomtirgerkii' bill back from the Attorney General, with an opinion that it is a coustitu ticnal measure, bat at the same time he states that he has doubts as to the wisdom of passing such a law. The President has not been pressed by tho friends of the measure, though he is in constant receipt of protests from its opponents, and there is much con jecture as to what he will do with the bill. Tin question as to convict labor which has been so extensive!- dis cussed during recent years, is receiv ing its share of attention from Con gress. The Senate on Tuesday, passed the House resolution authorizing and directing the Commissioner of Labor to make a full investigation as to the kind and amount of work performed in tho prisons cf the" various states and territories, and as to all the facts pertainiug to convict labor, and the influence of ,he same upon the in dustii a of the country. Mr. Wiggiuj, the Journal Clerk -of the House of Representatives lias of late bc'c!ivery much annoyed by con tinual inquiries as to the probable time of adjournment. On Tuesday lat he determined tu rid himself of the annoyance, and su.-pended a card from a bronze ornamept ; near his desk, tho card reading, "We are un able to say when Congress will ad journ sine die. Please, oh please, do not ask." During two or three days after the eard was suspended more than one hundred congressmen and their friends were leferred to it by Mr. Wiggins, in answer to their ques tions. A new card has recently been substituted for the old one, the new card reading "Congress will have to adjourn sine die on March 4th, 18S7 " The improvements which have been in progress during the past few weeks upon the President's recently pur chased house, are about completed. The old stone house has been trans formed into a modern summer villa, provided with all the modern im provements, while the grounds have been very much improved and orna-" mcnted. A large number of building lots in the vicinity have been pur chased and several fine residences will lie erected during the season. The resignation of Mr. S. Y. Rounds, the Public Printer, has been accepted by the President, and Gen. Rogers, of Buffalo, an old peisonal friend of Mr. Cleveland, is said to have been named as his successor. H. COUiVl'Y KKCOROS. The following instruments v.-ere filed in the office of the County Re corder to-day : BRAND.- Of A. B. Connor of flyiug W with bar underneath. Monopoly Here. You can save 30 per cent, by buy ing our meat at the Fulton Market, corner of Seventh and Fremont : sheets. ' ' ' ' 8-9tf I - Vraia 3 illusion. The following letter was received from Kingston last evening by a pro minent business man in this city, who kindly allowed us lo publish "t : Kingston, N. M., July 28, 1880. As I thought y'ou might like to know what sort of a town this is, I will write jou a few lines. The town is very lively just now, and I think that a man would do pretty well in business here, although there are a good many stores here, "some of which are doing very well, while otheisare not doing so well. The wages paid here are $3.50 uer day. Times are very apt to be belter here after awhile, but the mines are not very good, and I don't think' that they will last, huu there is a boom here just at present an 1 it makes tilings lively, but it will go down again in a short time, as the mines will not last, but they might find some more, and cause anothci boom. It is very hard to get any property here, that is in the line'of houses and lots. The town is building up very rapidly. Thpre ere also a good liiany men at work. It is the best place for business that I have been iu for some time. Will let you know of any new developments. Yours respectfully, J. McB. A Val Fee. In the case of T. J. Bid well's heirs vs. Richard Gird a settlement was made of the matter in dispute by Judge Edmonds of San Francisco who was sitting for Judge Arick at. Bakersfield during the July term. Judge Gardener w.io the administra tor of the estate of Thomas J. Bid- well deceased. Bidwell and Richard Gird were for many pears intimate friends and associates who finally iu the course of their wanderings went to Arizona prospecting for mines. A valuable mine was discovered by third parties and an interest iu it was locat ed in the name of G.rd. The mine was afterward sold Gird realizing $500,000 fo- the share standing iu his name. In the meantime however Bidwell died and a suit was com menced by his administrator against Gird for one half of the amount reali zed from the s.ile of the mine under the claim that Bidwell was an equal partner in the venture, After a stout ly contested trial consuming a great length of time in San Bernardino county which is tho residence of all the parties Gird was successful and the heirs who are two young and in teresting children were deL-ated. An appeal was taken howevor which Jj.id not ji't lu-en decided when the coin promise was effected. The matter of the estate of Bidwell was transferred from S.in Bernardino to Kern and Win. B. Carr was appoin ted administrator of the estate and it was in the Superior Court there that the compromise was consummat ed. The amount paid under the settle ment it is said was in the neighboi hood of $100,003. Messrs. Stewart & Heron being allowed .$25,000 attoi ney'a fees. L, A. Herald Aug 7. Go lie tu China. The following telegram was Received from San Francisco to-day. San Francisco Aug. 9 Editor Tombstone: Wo shipped Clark to China to-day. Hatch. Dick Clark did not go to Kingston as we announced in our last issue. Ex-Sheriff Ward returned to his home in Phenix yesterday, - Dick Gird has settled with the Bid well neirs, as will be seen from an item in another column. The apportionment for this county and the date of holding primaries will be determined by the County Central Committee to-morrow. Quite a number of our citizens who have been spending the summer in the East, and in California, are en route home, and quite an influx may be expected at any time now. Maik Smith, Col. Hafford and Jas. J. Nash, fearing that there might bo some trpuble wiih Mexico, and wi h iug to be good shots, went down tho river yesterdaj and practiced on .doves. They returned with very few doves, and awful sore shoulders, and now assert that they won't go to the war. The choicest betf, pork, mutton and v"al can be procured at 'the Fulton Market, crnoer of Seventh and Fremont S-Ctf The heat was very oppressive this afternoon. Local items are very scarce these days. ' " Two well known suorts loft thU city this morning for San Diego. The thermometer climbed up to the 94 degree notch to-uay. ' Sandy Bob is expected home from Kingston 'this evening, The stage came in two hours late on Saturday eveuing but it brought in u large quantity of mail. Judge James S. Robinson toik his departU'e yesterday morning forlapu California. Henry Classen a business man of Lordsburg New Mexico is visiting this city." Gas Tribolet is now running his meat maiket on Allen street on a strictly cash, basis and it will pay our citizens lo call at his bhop ami get tile cnoiccst cuts of beef Uv very litjle' cash. 8-6U Quite a calvacade of Mexicans ar rived in this ciiy to Jay from Souora to purchase goods. Miss Lizzie Nowell accompanied by her nephew Mr. William Oveiloek ljft yesterday for a, two months vkit to South Etna, Maine. G. A. Metcalf the lecently elected principal of tho Tombstone public school is in town from the Huacliu cas. Macneil & Moore are regul.irlv re ceiving by express, that excellent butter from J. E. Durkee's Los Air geles Ranch." Price 75 cents per roll 0-12-2w. Mrs, James Dunning and Miss Lyall came in this morning from Soldier Holes. They report the roads very sloppy and muddy from the recent rains. William McComas, the only surviv ing member of the family of the late Judge McComas who was murdered by Chatts and his baud of cutthroats has returned from New Mexico, where he wont-to bury his brother. M'. Macneal and .vife of Tombstone occupy one of the Russell cottage?. Mr Maen a is a prominent merchant of this town, and Mrs. Macneal is a lady of culture and refinement. San t Monica Wave. Some joker got a blank telegram to day and filled it out with the infor mation that the Mexican troops had fired on the United States. Many persons w.re led to believe that it was the truth. Such jokes as that, are neither smart nor sensible. Judge Street and the attorneys in the case of Hill vs. Le Normand went down to tho San Pedro river to ex amine the dam and the water used by the deft on order to arrive at some definite conclusion as to the rights of the parties to the case now in the Court. Judge Benson and J. H. Behan, of Tombstone, put up a tent of their own on the beach yesterday, near the East Side Bath Houses. They have fam ished it neatly, making it a perfect little palace. The tent is named ."B. U."; and, as the owners are both charitably inclined, all those in want of a meal or lodging, who have not the means to pay for it, will find the "balm of Gilead" at the two B's. . Santa Monica. Wave, The Tombstone felt sure that somo of our citizens would get into tiouble if they went to San Francisco, and warned them to be very careful and not get shanghaied, and now as will be seen by a telegram iu another col umn, Ed. Clark, the color bearer of Burusido Post, G. A. R., of this city, has been shinghaied and shipped for China. Burke was also captured but he escaped by crawling through a stove pipe hole. Many of our old citizens ill re member an old Frenchman named Joseph, MauandraSj who had some property on Fourth street and who in 1S82 while on a visit to Los Angeles died. When his will was opened it was found that he had bequethed $150 to the Tombstone Fire Department and $150 to the Tombstone public school but upon inquiry 'we learn that neither the fire department nor the schooj fund have ever received the mones and think that it is high time sonioArg was done to recover Ihe moil?. TELEGKAPHIC. Cntllnsr's Sonicnce. Ei, Paso Tex August 8 Cutting's sentence was pronunced this evening. It is one year,s imprisonment at linrd labor and a fine of $600. If he can't pay the fine, he has to serve one hun dred day? more, JToaitin JJIUei-. San Francisco, August 8- Joaquin Miller has assumed the editorship of the Golden Ef.i a magazine publisher! i:i this city. It is the same magazine 'in which Br. t Harte made his de but. I''a!Ua from Cli-nrc. Boston August 8 The grand jury has f. u d .in indictment against ei D.;acon Joepli Stor3' of the Bowdoin Square Baptist church for' udultry with Mrs. Easton a member of the congregation. The woman made a confession and with Rev. W. Downes appeared before the grand jury as u Witness. Washington August 8 The follow ing order was issued at the war de partment by the diiection of th pres deut: Fritz John Porter having been appointed colonel in the army under the provision of the act of congress approved July 1 18S6 is hereby placed on the retired list of the army in that grade in pursuance 'of tho authority conferred by said act at his own ic quest. Sew Trauscoatincntal JLinc. New York August 8 Calvin S, Brace speaking of Wall street, reports that the purchase of Texas Pacific consolidated bonds by parties interes ted with the East Tennessee nilroad company are in the interest of the new transcontinental'line to bo com posed of the East' Tennessee St Louis Arkansas & Texas, arid Texas Pacific to El Paso where connection can be made with the Atchiiisou road' "giving a through line from ocean to ocean. Ho says: "Wo do not contemplate another transcontinental line. We are directly interested in our west ern connections which we are willing to aid with our money. What are ou: precise intentions I do not care ta disclose at this time. 'S'lie IVoiuea'n Reliel'Corp. San FkancisCO August 8 The Na tional Convention of the Women's Relief Corp met at the Irving Hall this moi ning. It was decided to meet next year in St. Louis in accor dance with the decision of the G. A. R After the instalation of officers the convention adjourned. minister Jackson Resigned. Citv of Mexico August 8 It is an nounced here on good authority that United States Minister Jackson has resigned but that Secretary Bayard has not accepted his resignation. Il is said Minister Jackson's resignation has no connection ' with tho recent border troubles as it was filed in June last. Mr. Jackson has the confidence and respect of the Mexican govern ment and of the American citizens ot -Mnxico Excursion to tuo G X. IS. San Francisco August 8 A grand excursion tendered to the G, A. R. took place to-day. The steamers Santa Rosa, Tamalpasis,' Aurora, Alice Garrstt, Garden City, Oakland Ama dor and James B. Dotnahue were characterized for the occasion. About seven thousand ptrsons participated in tho excursion which was a most enjoyable one aud comprised visits to all points of interest in the San Francisco bay. Masrnificant Bequest. New York August 8 The late Samuel J, Tildeh's beautiful city resi dence in Gramercy park with its large collection of rare and carefully use or t:d books will become the property of the city of New York for use as a pub lic library, in his will provisions are made for the transfer. Jolin Bigelyw and Manton Marble of New York and Henry Wattersou of Kentucky, are named as trustees-. The value of the building is $1,000,000. The library is estimated to bo worth $100,000. Slunry ISni ti. A i,b l'Querque August 8-Last night the whole of the" Rio Grande valley was visited' w'.t W the heaviest rain known for several years in this'neigli borliooiK To the Viorth'o'f Albuquer que heavy rains have washcel out rail reads drowned stock and' by tinder mining adobe'houses cauaIl theni 'to fall injuring Hie intiniafe's aria Uoing great damage'lo" Ihe 'furniture The) "copious rains have'dofte'g'feai "service in ctusin'g the grass to grow'niore es pecially as tha stock were s'uffering from the long contiriiieil dry spell' . . .v E Go to the swirhming baths at the foot of Fifth street. Batl 'witlt srrit aud towels twenty-five cents. "Ladtefe' tiny Wednesday and Saturday from 3 to 5 o'clock, p. m. J??7tf. - Lo.-t. A stone off the top of a bracelet the finder will be rewarded by returning tlie same to this ' tf ' . & i 'ft'ho Xynr u Cutting-. PricVs'on the 'reuiiindev o' iny en- ti e' t -cfc are 50" cents on ifiedollar. rf-el-.g is believing' Come and secure iiarsmins. of 'T-rprmn't. V..Kor.J ntf q J ..MVU, V 1 V o c. i r r - 4 Chas. Harris the' popular tailor has a great variety of pants cloth ou hand of the latest sty fe; and owi"ug"to tho dull times has determiriedrto sacrifice it. He will now make pants that heretofore cost $15 for"$li,'"and $14. pants 'for I $10. Call aud examine his goods aud leave your orders. 8-4tf." Notice. To ALL W1IOSI IT MAT COXCERK! '. Whereas my former .partner J"ritz Ger liardt has mysteriously disappeared from his place of business in"1 Bisbecy "Co'chiife County, A. V., all peisons are hereby no'tl tied that Iwili-uot'be rcspbnslble for any debts which he may contract. IlExisr DoBACnnn. B:sbec, August 4th, 188(5. - - - Fresh California ranch butter rc ceived by express every- evening arj Wollcot's cash'store-on Fifth street Don't fail to try it" - ' T-23& Notice. Grand Branch Station, ) July53il88G. To ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 'I hereby give noticeithat we tho undersigned do not'hdld "ourselves or our property responsible forany debts contracted by J. H. Edmunds, as w'e) are not in partnership with him. P. H. Harrington, B. J. Blom. Talk about fine goods, both foreign. and'(loniestic the citizens 'of TomBr ato'ue should call and see the fine stock just "received by Harris, Tomri sioue's popular tailor. Mr. Harris has an experienced buyer in the eait and in California wlio purchases nothing but the finest goods and the fatesl figures. Call uud exaniinV them at his fashionable tailoring Emporium in Bolhiu block, Allen street. 5-14 The cheapest and best store to trade it to.vn, Is at tlancra oc cOiure. - 5 Sr.! 3 Notice to Creditors. EsUtii of Ambrose Lyall," deceased. The cri-UiWtsajf ua ml p.-rsjus bariBff '.claims amasi. tnu aid uam:u estate, are hereby uu.iuuj io ex i. bit tlieir waiuis wilh -.lUc uii-c s.try voeaurs iu uie iriilnu ten. month, a.lur .no lirsi ouuuca.iuu of tills notice, at u uiice ot Jj jko 3. .ttoDiusun, in tile City of louiustoue, Couuiy of Uocuise, territory ol Arizouu, or tue suuio will be forerr Uaricd JoL LYALL, Administrator. Dated, Tombstone, July 2o,lS4(5. - d'rand JSaSOc. ' The tickets 'i'or"thj raalo of ilr. Josiaa Kirletv's haudsoTiely' improved property aru now ready. Keinsiuber that this 'is one of the fluent gardens in Tombstone, there be in? 10 bearing fruit treesr, besides many others that will bear next eeaoon. Severn. Krapu "vines of different varieties, now cov ered with luseiuus fruit, current and goose berry bU4hes.iiyb"bdy can be conTioced by calling at Mr. Kiriews residence back 'o'f the Union Soda Works. Tickets arc for sala at the loir price of one dollar each, and can be procured at Sol Israeli, uud all the lead ing business houses iu towu. iT-'Jtf - V When you go tu the city don't fail to see Less'.-r Suininerlieldj under the Baldwin. ' Leaser Summerlield has the largest stock or cloihin in San Francisco, at Vti Market street, under the Baldwin. .,. 7-ttf FOR SALE A Ranch cisut mlloi froa Tombstone, l'lcnty of water iiccT KawA jrood house, corral and watering trough: for lurtlier particulars apply to DeWItt For .the Hinvt tlothin go to Lesber Sum nicrUsiit iin.( r tl?- liuuVjii Hotel. San Fran cisco, (..liilUllli.l A respo'nsiole .Nmv Xoik i-ompnuy wanta a lurrniaii immediately lo take charg guilder direction of Uoi-snltiuc; Engineer) of silver" Millies iu elevated, healthy ifgioa-of Uuudurai-; cue speaking Spiuish preferred. A desirable position for a tiist-class uiau Address, "Honduras," P.O. 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