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be paid for In advance, or they will not be
Charges for Political Announcements.
Tliefolliialnz are the price chnrg-d Oi
P.iilcal Annnunci meats in these columns,
tfWrh' mut be paid for In advance to insure
SlienlT s : $"00
Tre .surer J
County Judse "
Countv Assessor rX
Member Ten iUri.il Council JJ J"
Clerk Countv Court
Board of Supcrvir- - u-
M-mbers of Lct'l-lature j5
Town-li'p fll.-.is ? J"
C'itv As-cjs.t and tax Collector.... -a W
Chief of Police !
Jity Attn ney J
Oironer and 'u'olic duiinistrnio"... o Q"
FOR COEJ.VS'Y A!SEsSSOK.
At tlie solicitation of many fiiendt
lhrou!;hiul Cochise County, I nerebj an
nounce myself as a candid ile for the ..Uice
of County Asse-i'or, subject to the deci-ion
oftu3 Rcpubli.-aT: County Convention.
E. G. NORTON.
for cou.vn" rkcokmkk.
I hereby announce mvsi if as a candidate
fur the office of County Rcrnnie, subj-ct to
the action of the Keuublican County Con
vention. W. F. BRADLEY.
I hereby announce myself as :i candidate
for reelection to the. ntlice of Cori.n. r and
Public Administrator of Cocl.i-e County,
subject to the action or the Republican
I hcrrby Hnni.unce mjsclf as u candidate
for the t.flicc of Soeriil of Cochi- county
subject to the action or the Republican
C' uuti t'onwiiMon. !... HATCH.
1 hercbv ie; c tf.il-y aj.ioun.ie injself u
candidate for the oflue of Mi.-nu" or Cochise
Coun'y, subject to the will of the Rcpub'.ieau
heieby ai;n mnce mjself as a candidate
Tor the oCic of County A-Ressor, subject to
the action or the Republican County Con
vention. JOHN F. CKO.fLEY,
Will.-ox. Arlznn- T r-l v
I hereby announce nns-lf as .1 candidate
?or the olhc or SheritT of C.. hie County,
eubj.-ct tii the action of the Kspub icau
County Oonvi-ntion, which im-.-t- in lotnb.
st- ne, Moi.da., Mcpletuh.T 13. ItfsO.
r.. s ' U-'O T.
FOR CO.UTY ASSESSOil.
Ilierebj an.) uuce m.iscli n a caml'ula'e
Tiir the office of Count! Assessor, suhje.-l
to t ic nrt.on of tl.e Republican tenuity
Convention. VT- K BURKE.
FOR CHIEF POLICE,
I lieirby announce mjscH as a candidate
for the otiicc of hief or Voiic.- of the city
Toml.ft'ine :U the ersi.i.'S ity election.
GEO. V,. OAKS.
FOR COUNTY TRKASURKR.
I h-reby announce inyeir as a c..t'd:daic
for the office of Treasuter or C.cl.Ise
Coruty. e biect to the action of the Repub
lic: n County Convention.
A. J. RITTEP,
In ".ccirdancc with tae action of the Ceil
tral Commltte-, a TerritoiiV Convcni'mii of
he Republican party or the Territory ..f
4rizo.ia, to consist of sevcuty-seven Del
ex itcs.ii hereby called, to b! held in the
city of Tucson,
Monday, September 20th. 1SSG,
For the purpose of nominating a candidate
foi DolmMte to Congress, a candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and
or the transaction of such other business
as miy properly come before it.
The several counties of the Territory will
be entitled to the following representation,
based upon the Republican vote of 1SSI,
vitu the allowance of one extra Delegate
from each county, as follows:
Counties Apport. Extra. Total.
Apache 5 1 ,j
Cophise 13 1 13
Gmham 6 1
Maricopa 7 1 b
Motmve 3 1
Pinal 4 1 J
Pima 10 1 1'
Tavapai 15 1 J9
Yuma 2 1
At said time anil place tlx Delegates from
the counties of Yavapai, Yi;ma, Mohave,
Apacao and Maricopa will meet In sub Con
vention to nominate a Joint Couucilmcn;
and likewise the counties of Cochise, Gra
ham, Gila, Pinal and Tima, to nominate a
C. D. REPPS', Secretary. '
Datad Tombstone, August 3, 1SS0. td
4 J. G. DEAN.
ToiJilJStpne and Goeluse Coijsi.'y
Orrioc at Oa:vJi.M .Ij:s-
The A.'O. U. W. will meet this eve
The delaypd trains will commence
tunning regularly to-night.-
Col. Baldwin is confined to his
room by a severe attack of sickness.
The county 'officers nre having a
very easy time of it these days.
The thermometer jtimped up to 90
degrees at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The washouts are causing fruit to
bo very scarce in" town.
The Rev. Gf. L. Pearson and wife
relumed to-duy from Fort Huachuca
much improvHd ia health.
Joe Pusilholy, Tomlistone's ponular
lmtel man, has been pitied and mar
ried by Miss Leona Hayes. Courier.
The umbrella trees in the court
house yard, furnish the finest shade
The Republicans of Tucson have
elected their delegates to the county
The jury in the ease of Reilly vs.
Meha.i, brought in a verdict ot not
Any pat ties wishing to go overland
to King!tnn, at rea.-onable rate!',
1huiM call upon Geo. V. IJuford,
who is I'oiuv: very Miorlly and
has accommodation for ric passen
The Tombstone Cornet Band will
leorgnnize to us to be ready to furnish
music for the campaign meetings.
The Prescott Jtifles have offered
their services to Acting Governor
Bayard in the event of a war Sfith
Choice Corn Beef for 8 cents per
pound at -the Fulton Market cor. 7th
and Fremont stieet. 8-17tf.
A train was run from Yuma to
Denting yesterday, and delayed Terri
torial mail came through.
The attention of Judge E.iston and
a jury, was occupied this afternoon in
hearing the evidence in an aseault
case of Reilly vs. Mehan.
'Die panets say Tombstone is dead
but still they support two daily and
one weekly paper. Yuma fc'entiunl.
General Miles has revoked General
Orders No.' 10, telling apart public
lauds at Albuquerque for military rc
Eeivatioii, V. 11. Burko participated in the
P.truell convention held in Chicago
yesteiday, and will leave for Tom!
The rain blew over last night but it
1 ioks ns"t?inugh gome would visit this
neck of woods this evening.
The raffle for the hous and lot of
Mr. Blake will lake place Saturday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the anti-
McCarty, (w3 mean Denii-), appear
ed cm the ttreet last evening with a
brand new ice cream suit. Sorry for
you "mack" as it has to be wet.
Freight and express is gieatly de
layed owing to the vaiious wathouts
between Casa Grande and Colton, on
the Southern Paciilc railroid.
The tank at the swimming baths
has been emptied and thoroughly
cleaned, and filled with nice clear and
clean water, and will be ready for the
multitude on Sunday next.
By all means get registered at once
or you will lose your vote. Remember
that it costs you nothing except
about five minutes time.
Gus Williams desires the voters of
the First Ward to remember that ho
is in the field as a candidate for del
egate to the county convention, and
that ho intends remaining there until
the polls are closed, on the 30th inst.
It is high time that Republicans
who desire to run for office place their
announcements in the columns cf
Tin: Daily Tombstone, if they want
its support, otherwise it will not sup
port any of them.
A paiuful rumor reached this city
to-day, stating that Mr. E. Swift had
been killed by Indians in the Mule
mountains, but the closest search for
the source of the rumor could not
trace it to any reliable source.
The Fire boys had a fine time at
the Engine House-lrst evening and
the health of Tom Walker and his
bride was repeatedly drank by the
boys in llo'.ving bumpers of beer.
Tlie Vutt ia;r t?afc.
Advices from Washington Fay:
Last week a reporter called upon Sec
retary Bayard at the State Depart
ment. He found the Secrctiry, who
is one of the ablest international law
yers in this country, pouring over
some papers in the Cutting case.
"What can you tell me about the
latent developments of the euKe?''
atked the reporter.
"I can hardly tell you anything
Unit 19 how," he replied; in fact there
can hardly be taid to be any new
development. The ciue remains in
"Is the government doing any
thing?" "It has just received information of
the sentence of Mr. Cutting to a
year's hard labor. Peaceable and
friendly diplomuti.; negotiations have
been going on with Mexico, and I
i-till hope that the matter will be t-ol-tled
in a friendly and tatisfactory
"Thpn you do not regard the matter
"On the contrary. I do n'iw con
sider it very tenou, indeed, and of
the graveit importance, while I hope
for a peaceable t-olutiou that does not
seem to be at all certain."
"Have you regaided it up of f neh
grave importance from tlie begfn
ning?" "I culd hardly biliere that Mexico
would cluim tlie light to puuith an
American citizen for an act done in
the United Slates. After getting in
formation a& to the fact of Cutting's
arrest from Consul Bright ni, and after
all question that Cutting was detained
fur an offense committed in the
United S'ates was ended, I trill could
not believe that the government of
Mexico would sustain the action of
the local authorities of Paso dtl Xorte
"And Mexico does sustain these
"So it appears."
"Is there any doubt that the charge
againfct Cutting is for an act done on
the American tide of the Rio Gran
de?" "None whatever. Tint point hat
been most thoroughly explained. The
uthmities in Mexico have taken
pnina to l.rake it clear that the offeiiFe
wae done, hot in Mexico, but in the
United State', and they cite the laws
of the Statu of Chihuahua to prove
that they are riht in their position,
and that they have tlie rijiht to pun
ish Americans for what they do in
the United Stalest"
'And is Mexico likely to persist in
"Well, 1 hope not."
"Does it not appear that the is de
termined nut to recede from her posi
tion?" "It ccitainly appears so."
"Suppos neither Mexico nor the
United States recedes; then what will
"I would rather not answer the
question in fcttch an official way."
"Suppose Mexico declines to recede
will the United States then abandon
'No, sir 1" said Secretary Bayard,
very emphatically. The government
will never recede from the stand it lrit
taken in demanding Cutting's release."
"Ttien it is likely to come to war?"
"I think the situation very grave."
"Has the department given up
hope of a peaceable solution!"
"No, not yet. We still hope that
Mexico will see the justice of our po
sition." "What information have you as to
Cutting's personal character?" .
"None ; and wo don't caro about
that. It is enough for us to know
that he is an American citizen. That
is the beginning and end of our in
quires as to him personally. An
American citizen outraged ; an Amer
ican citizen held for severe punish
ment in a foreign land for an act
alleged by his persecutors themselves
to have been committed in this coun
try; held there in that foreign coun
try under a slate law of extra-territorial
scope; a law which invades the
rights of the United State-, and which
the United State3 cannot possibly
recognize as applicable to American
'Then it is absolutely certain that
Mexico must abandon her position?"
"How docs'the President stand up
on the matter?"
"I can afturc you that he is in full
accord with this department, and the
demand for Cutting's release r.':.?
made by his ditection." Star.
The following instruments were
tiled in the'ofiiee of the County Re
DEED? REAL ESTATE.
William Storms and John Slaugh
ter to C. L. Cuniiniiigs. the slaughter
house end fixtures known as the
Ward & Coffee slaughter house,
Tomb toiu; 37.E0.
C. L. Cuiumings to A. Bauer, -J- in
terest in the proirty known ub 'he
Ward & Coffee slaughter house:
A. Bauer to C. L. Cunimings, -i in
terest in the Bauer slutighter house;
C. 11. Smith to P. M. Hilton, the
Humbug mine, Mule mountains;
Silver Jtioa tious.
The following ie the latest price of
silver in New Yoik and Loudon:
Lodon 42 3-16 peroz
New Yoik ai ' oz
Special to Tiie Daily Tombstone.
Tucson, Aug. 19. A lluachuua
special dated the ISih says: Antonio
Gonzalez, a Mexican employed t-y the
government, to arry dispatches to
Captain Lawton, and who left Fort
Huachuca August 4lh, returned this
morning, and states that on the 9.h
inst. when near Cumpas, Sonora, he
was ambushed by hootiles and his
horse killed. lie escaped and reached
Oposura and delivered his dispatches
to Lieut. Benson. On his teturn to
Fort Huachuca, at a point nine miles
south of Fronteras, Geronimo, Nat
chez and Jose Maria Eliaa anil three
Mexicans halted him and told him
thatj.hey were friendly, and held n
long conversation wi h him iq which
fiey stated that they were going to
Fronteias and try to make peace
witli the Mexican authorities. They
did not wish to harm Mexicans any
more, bu; wished to tecure a home
there to raid into New Mexico and
Arizona. Gonzalez also states thtt
near where he conversed with Gero
nimo and others, he saw the balance
of Geronimo's party consisting of
thirteen bucks and two squaws, also
several Mexicans with this List- party.
AH appeared very friendly. Geronimo
carried his right arm in a sling not
being able to carry a rifle, only a re
volver. Tiie Indians were all mounted
and looked worn out. They asked
Gonzalez if he was in United States
service, seeing he wore a blue shirt.
He told them no, but was on his way
to his ranch. Gonzalez is thoroughly
reliable in every way.
Governor Torres has just telegraph
ed General Miles from Hermosillo,
that Geronimo has appeared at Cu
chuta, and entered into conversation
with Fronteras authorities saying he
wishes to submit.
General Forsylhe, commanding the
district, and Lieut. Erwin, left Fort
Huachuca at noon to-day with troops
Special to The Dailt Tomestose!.
Yuma, Aug. 19. The washout be
tween Indio and Yuma, has delayed
the trains three days. The trains are
running regularly from Yuma. The
washouts were repaired and trains
will leave to-night on time for Cali
fornia. Big rains all through the Territory
insmc plenty of grass and water for
the suffering slock.
The fijends of Al Jones are confi
dent that he will receive the Deuio-
Iciatic nomination fur Sheriff,
From Yesterday's Second Kditlon.
Reported Four Miles From
All Troops at Fort Euachuca
Special to The Daily Tombstone.
Tucson, Aug. 18. This afternoon
H.-liograph Station No. 10, four miles
from Bisbee signaled that Apaches
were there, and said send help at once.
At this moment a storm arose, and
the sky became overcast and prevent
ed the further w.irking of heliograph.
The same storm covered Antelope
and Hiu.chucu, cutting uft commudi
caiion with those points. A courier
immediately lett Antelope s'atioti
twelve miles east oi Tombstone, and j
came into town with a message for
the Commanding Ollicur at Fort
Huachuca asking for immediate
assistance. Information occasion
much anxiety for soldiers at station
and for ranchers in neighboring val
leys News is of such indefinite
character as leaves much latitude for
anxious foreboding. There :.re but
f..ur men ut the station in danger.
Antelope station also received at 11
o'clock this mcrning the following
message from Fort Huachuca: One
Mexican killed and one wounded
eigli et i; luiies south; ke-p a good kok
out. 'J ii- whole command including
C. O. Adjt. and Sergeant AJajor ar.:
going out. Tlii j is the tiist oecision
since the cintntnteiucnt of the
trouble uher3 the whole ores at Ft
lluaJiuca have be;n Saddled in to lake
ti Id actual y against the Apaches.
Father WjsWngton lett us uuitel and free.
And Jo'.n AdauiK levelled rieucu litres-
biuii ul fcu;
B.uuidle?: Loiilshina was JctTersou'a croun;
And when Madison's war-ih'ps won lasting
Add ILo ateauibo.it vraa launched, tiien
Muiir.ie ;raru tlu world
Ilia njw doctrine; and Qaincy bis banner
For protection. Ti.en JaCh.sii, with ial.'.
uhv and epuil
Lefi V..n Uaren liue bankruptcies, panics
Losiiitf llarii-.in, Tyler by telegraph spoke;
And tire ilesicsn war brought scics&iou to
l jylor lived no', to wear tlie reward of am
bition. And F.lliuoie'a ead ol-yc law stirred up
10, cjmp.'jiuise failing, Vierce witnessed
Oi tlie 'rouble In Eims.is. Secession urrie
I liruiiuli tiir Iitltiug Buchanan But Lin
coin was pji.i
To extinguish rebel.iort. Tien some year
R.'couiltueiing by Johnson. Grant lessened
Hayes resumed specie paj'inen,ts; nd Gar-
iicid yji ft
On rclumi, which, as Arthur tuon found
cime to stay.
Now for President Cleveland good citizini1
County Treasurer Kilter will return
from Uisbee this evening.
Complications have arisen as to the
owuer.-hip and management of the
plant and business of the Maricopa
i:e and packing company. Yesterday
some guards took a possession of the
premises, in support of Mr. Cobb as
superintendent, vico J. 31. Wilkins
removed. The lav will doubtless be
invoked in the settlement of the mat
ter. Phenix Gazette.
To AIX WHOSI IT MAT COXCEEJ.':
Whereas my former partner Fritz Ger
bardt has mysteriously disappeared from
his place of business in Bisbee, Cochise
County, A. V., all peisons are hereby noti
fied that I will not be responsible for an
debts which he may contract.
B:sbcc, Auirust 4tb, 1KS0.
Gus Tribolet is now running his
meat market on Allen street on a
strictly cash, basis and it will pay our
citizens to call at his shop and get the
choicest cuts of beef fur very little
cash. 8-6 tf.
I.csscr Siiinrncrlii-ld has the largest stock
f of ciolliii: fn 3.in Frai.cisco, at Hi Market
treet, under the IJjl.lwia.
1 N't V AV T C IVi IONMEN1
ilojmlilicaii Ominty Convention.
Of Sixty-Three Dclcgratoa.
Tlie following- u tlie apportionment oi
ilelcL'ates to the County Conrantion, made
iy the llcpnbliciu Central CuiLicittee ol
'JocIiUc countv-. - "
Toiiitistoce, lt ward..
, v -3
It unaey and .Miller canyons JJointty
Hiief.r.l and Oehoarille
tioA'1 io.- ...
Jo. lU Z.it
I'U'tC.'a K.U.C1. .
lluSi inc. sjaccur .Unl
uiauuil biiu.-t ....
Jtobcl i3 tiaucu
it. Vis to
f. lie's K..I..I.
Asl. Ullii JduuUZuiu.. caujouel-..
TO.lllU ltuiC Jiiil
nookci tl.Jt stpnu!.. . . . . ... . .
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1 Uiaaft Oallle Co.................
aaii la rs Vara
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rnmaiics to be held August 3Uih, 1SS8.
CoUiity Convention to ue Ueia iu 'lomb.
alone on tuu i3tu day of September, JSS6.
b..ia eonveulioii to nominate county officers
and eiecr uu.ealed lo Territorial cuiiVcH.
tioti, to be UtU at lucaon, September 20,
Jnbjector nud judges of primaries ap
polnteU us follow a: .'-
loutbstuiie, Fir.t Ward Inspector, CD
Rei.py; JuJes, ti W Bvaiu and J V MeAT.
I.a.ei; polliuf; place, O X. Thomas'.
Bcioua .iru Inspector, i" o Dodge;
judges, AO Wallace auu Benj James; poll,
u.g piacfa, at Fashion otable.
uiud W'ara-Iuapecior.l AI Isaacs; judRoe
A K ilar.mau and C ii Tarbell; polling
piaco next lo liearv'a shoe store.
romih WaiU Inspector, KJiUray; judges
J Uray nid J .l aai.; polliuf place, corner
Siii and Abeii sueeti.
..tinea laapectoi, C W trench; judjes,
Ueo Ol.ejiuy and It .M Woods.
Clarksuur .uapntj., James Martin;
judges, f i,udy and ltiu.nas Harris; polling
jacc, .ci;icr s liou&c. y
B.abee Inspector, U C Slilluian; judges,
F frame, una J ij Durr; polling tluce,
..iil.ei's house. ' '
Ooid.cr llo.e Inspector, Joseph Taster;
juaes, Burton and U Ovenock.
nauioeya and Mil.ei's cauyous Iujpoctor,
J Ualiu..; p.iiii.. p.aec, school house.
Fori ilajciiuea tuapeelor, J M Burnett.
OUar.iaiou lusoec.ui, J O Kiley; judges,
A F faredt-s ai.d miams.
Couteiiiiou ti.opector, U dale.
Si. Uav.u .uspcelor, J Hill; judees, J
Mcttau una K K Huobard.
B.uaoii iu-jeeior, CM Finch.
'liCa Alaiuoa ihoa BuScr.
too.'o Kaueu iiiSj.ector, Dr Pool.
riuaaeiitil.e i.iapi.eior, a Uulkcrt
u..cx luapeutor, DU Sonin; judges,
ll fe.ey .-.ua C M tiooher.' , -
Uos v..ibeza- liuutctor. Bn Cory; jude
IV T Cojptr uud Jtl c W'mle.
foWLTa' rtai.cu l..speeioi, Jame Powers.
.1 Uoiauo Kancii .nspcclor, Biakc.
'ie' flion lu eetor, ilciiuua.
rruc's ii.im.-n .iiapceCor, ii -amitr.
iljuuiua ts,.KCioi-, v. Ciouen; judjje, T
I. ..a.'li. . ;
Wot lluachuc L.opcctor, S Thomas;
jUuca, Ka ili-ltiia ui.a luomaa X)uiiCaQ; poll;
in; place, iiiouiaH xSaueu.
A.iUioe oriuitj -Iu,uetor, JF MorrU
lieldi-n KaU Mill Inspector, AC Kicbards.
allla Fo ia.u I.iopectj'. J iJ .MoUUndoU-
ivaasa-i cut.le vo inspector, T K sjorin.
Kinnear'o itancn Inspector, J U Kluncar;
judges, B J Jlciireiv ana Alien.
Moulezuaiu and Aah'CaDjon, jointly In
spector, A 11 Emanuel; judges, U OveriUer
and C Hammond; poiliuj; place, Ash Can
yon. Polls to be opened at 10 a. m. and close at
t! p. in. Preeiucta at which no inspectors
and judges have been appointed will select
their boards of electiou. Inspectors and
j..aes will UU any 2.ad all vacancies in
board of election.
Ordered that the test at the p-lmarles be:
I will support the Republican tiekot."
J. 0. DUNBAR,
Chairman County Central Committee
W. F. NICHOLS.
The tickets fur the rattle of Mr. Josjsa
Eirlcv's handso-ncly Improved property ar
now ready. Remsiuber that this is one of
the lineal gardens iu TorubBtone, tbero be.
inr 10 bearing fruit trees, besides many
otbeis that will bear next season. Serera
Krapu vines of diffeicut varieties, now cov
ereU with lusnoua fruit, current and pooee?
berry busl.es. Ai:)bouy can be i-3uviuco?
by calling ut Mr Klrlen's residence bucic of
tt:e Union Soda Wuika. Tickets arc for isle
at the 'low price of one dollar each, i,nd cut
be procured at Sol lirnf Is, and til the Ie4
inn buaiucEs houses In town. 7-Stf
When yon so to the city don't fail to stq
Lcssur HunimerUcId, uader lit) ildwij. '