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" 'JJAMESJ. NASH.
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Tliird and Fourth.
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WILL A. NASH. EDITOR.
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, Cochise County.
Regular Eei)ubliciin Ticket
flection Xkcss1:ij-. Sot. S, I8G.
" '" For Delegate to Congress
- i- CURTIS C. BEAN.
3 j For Superintendent o' Public Instruction
' 'I'JIOMAS COKDIS.
For Joint Councilman. Southern District
"''''. " ' 13. 2. COFFMAN.
For Territorial Council,
W. A. HARWOOD.
For lle-nbcrs of Afsf rably,
VT. S. FLEMMING,
' ' W. A. NASI!,
A. C. Hit HARD3,
CIIAS. N. THOMAS
For County .Imlsr,
E. X. MORRISON.
. R: S. HATCH
For District Attorney,
For County Ti (-usurer
.. . ' A. J. HITTER.
1 For Count j Recorder.
For County Assessor, .
"E.G. NORTON. '
r For County Clark,
ALLEN WALKER. .
For Coroner anl Public Administrator,
' C. B. TARBELL. ' ' "
, , Far County STirvcyof,
H.S. HOWE.. . . -.
"BRAMER S. BROWN,
T. Cl BAIN.
(JOHN C. F.ASTON
Justice ol the Pence V. D. SHEAREit.
- ' -- ( J. C. DEAN.
V rn.(.i i.. FRANK BROAD.
Tor Constables -( FREI) j doDGE...
- CIIAS N.THOMAS.
First WHrd.V.......;:. A. ASHMAN.
Second Ward' i -GOODWIN.
Third Ward .... G. R. WATT.
; Fourth Ward ..J.E.' BUTLER
. Eor City Recorder,
j. I. 51. ISAACS.
For City Licence Tux Collector.
a. w. jciriPAiAN.
' . For City Treasurer.
J. L. .MELLGREN.
For City Attorney.
j For .Chief of Police
G. "V. OAK3.
W, S. Flemruing is a very quiet
gentleman, bnthe understands thn art
cf making votes; Ho ia an old tinier
-who understands tho wants of .our
plople and who will be a sound.deba
" ; tor iVthe Legislative halls of Prcscott
.and who will always be found on. the
.Bide fifth .people.
Fraj, Frame, is.before the pe-ple
for the second time as a -candidate for
tli8 legislative assembly. Two years
;as;o he servltlie people of thi3 county
.faithfully snd th-e records of the 13th
legis'attire will ihow that his vote was,
always found on the side of the peo
'ple, as it will "be in the Hth. lrgisla
ture to which he is Eurs tp-ba elect-
r And row the"jDj!iio;r:its charge the
Republican? w.ith ' scheming to Ret
Judge Peel to run hide endent for the
xjfuee.-of County Judg. V"j th;iik
that it y nothing but ticnarablo in
Judge'Pel to cofue out ajid deny his
jbise-.slitKterf published in the liemo
cvat, and tht- cplj.hiJ' of The" 'l'on
vTCf : ar . pen fr 3a"H denial
Advices from all p:ir!s of the
country are to the effect that Billy
Bradley will run away ahead of his
ticket all over the country, swooping
in both Democratic and Republican
The paymaster reached Fort Hua
chuca yesterday afternoon and paid
off the soldiers now stationed there.
We understand that quite a squad of
them will visit Tombstone in a few
days on leave, in order to have a good
Jusiian McCarthy, was a pleasant,
ruddy-faced, bcyish-looking man
when last he visited the U.iited States
The cares of state and sorrows of Ire
land have weighed heavily upon him
cincc then, and he looks considerably
Chas. N. Thomas is the strongest
man on the legislative ticket, and will
receive the vote of every right think
ing man in the county. His record
ia this county is open to everybody
and, it represents the faithful dis
charge of every duty of the office he
bus filled, a6 well as an upright and
honorable course as a man.
Hon. W. A. Harwood, or the "Lit
tle Giant," as he is better known has
already served the pcopia of this
county faithfully, and with credit to
himself and the county, and he will"
do so again. The people of Cociiife
county had rather elect a man whom
tliey have tiiad, than one whom they
have not tried, and as a result nf thi
reasoning they will re-elect W. A.
Harweod to the 14th LeKulaliire.
B. S. Ooff'iian the next Joint-Coun
oilman from the southern district is a
man whom no one Democrat or Re
publican need be ifrsid to voie for, hs
he is a progressive nisn whoso every
interest is in this trrritory and who
will work rarly and Into for our p? o
ple. Cochise will giva him such a
vote as seldom falls to the lot' of a can
didate, on the .sccoud day of Novem
ber. In reading over the call for an elec
tion in this county we notice that act
ing Governor .Bayard lias left out the
call for a County Clerk. As we did
not see' the original manuscript, we
cannot say whether the omission was
intentional or an oversight, but we
think that in justice to the candidates
on both tickets the matter (should be
attended to at once, and the' omission
A, gentleman from the San Pedro
river informed us to-day that he has
been a democrat for thirty yeais, and
that when Mark Smjli was nominat
ed he intended to. vote for him, but
since the Epitaph commenced to sup
port him he had undergone a change
and would now .vote for Bean, as .a
man whom Dunbar supported was
unclean, and could not be trusted,
lie also staled that there .were several
more ranchers on the river that fAt
jast as ho did, and would vota for C.
Two years ago, the Democratic
Convention of this county nominated
for Sheriff of this county, W. A. Dan
iels of Bisbee, oue of God's noblemen.
This nomination did not suit Ground
Grabber Beiry, and he refused to al
low the Democratic .ticket to appear
in the paper that ho was then
publishing in this city, but charged
the Democratic Central Committee a
good round sum for the use of his pa
per, for two month'-. This year this
samp Berry had control of the Demo
cratic Convention and sot down upon
every candidate who had anything to
do with the Daniel ticket two years
ago, and is now running the party to
suit himself, but he will find that the
braTc Daniels still lives in the mem
ory of democrats of this county, and
that upon the tecond day of Novem
ber next, they will repudiate this'mnn
Berry at the polls for the injury he
done to W. A. Daniels.
Bob Hatch will take his departure
early next week for a trip through
the county, to have a chat
with our citizens. To those who
know him it is unnecessary to say
anything,' and to those 'who do not
know him wo feel assun-d that afler
he Duets thein they will full into inc
i:i (he opinion tisat lit- is the right
ins fi lor iitienff of Gochiso county,
!-a:id deposit their hallo a for him on
'.ho Sccon:'" .ny f Nov-'iiber next
Old reliable, Andy Kiltter, is mak
ing votes daily, Jiotwithstanding he is
being abused by u dUreputable- ex
county treasurer, who was short sev
eral thousands of dollais when 1m
went out of office.
The mail and stage will bo one hour
and a half late this evening, 'there
will arrive two western and one oast
mail. The eastern train due to-tlay,
will not arrive until midnight at Ben
John Slaughter has not yet given
his reaEons for not becoming a citizen
of this county until after he was of
fered the nomination of Sheriii on the
democratic ticket, and there aie a
great many democrats in this county
who will not vote for him until lie
does. ' . ',,
In our editorial columns will be
found an extract from a n'cent speech
made by Mr. Swift, the Bepubliean
candidate for Governor of C.ilifomia(
giving plain and 'pecitic reasons why
no Irishman should vote the Demo
cratic ticket, and we hope that all of
of our readers will c.it it out and
paste it in their hats-, and remember
it when they vote on election day.
The following extract from a speech
made by the Hon. Mr. Swift, thu Re
publican candidate for Governor of
California, gives specific reasons why
Irishmen should not vote the Demo
cratic ticket: "Mr. Swift next turned
his attention to the "sympathy" plank
of the l);niocratic platform, wherein
sympathy was given to the Irish peo
ple in the struggle in which they are
e:ig:gpd. Thif, in his opinion, is an
other instance of the uncertainty of
Democratic public proteflations, for,
in spite of many such, a treaty which
a Republican Administration would
not ni.iko. has just been made with
England by a Demccritic Administra
tion. The particular clause in the
treaty which is leveled at the Iruh,
and which, in fact, is the entire motive
for the tieatr (for otherwise the treaty
of 1SI2 is quite good enough), is in
these words: I1, provides that "any
person guilty of malicious destruction
of property whioh may endanger the
lives if others', and which is in either
country made a crime by law, thai'
bo extradited on demand of the
power i.hose iaws are violated." It is
so clearly intended for Irishmen that
they might almost have provided in
terms fur thn extradition of any Irish
men guilty of such an uffensa and
stopped. 'I'Ui Spectator thus shows
the cnor ou- advantages it gives
Kngl.in-I ::i its siniggk' with Iifland,
and parlioul.nly calls attention fo the
fac'. ;h:'' E.ijLmd and America aie
now sub-.tantiul'y v.ne coun'ry, on the
Iiih question at leas! :
"Tht: English p.dicc will no longer
have to cohect their evidence aud
draw Iheir conclusions in a few hours
which is all that intervene between
the committiou of tiie crime and the
escape ofrtlio criminal. They can
now draw up their case at leieure, in
the full assurance "that for the pur-
I poses of criminal justice Encland
and the Irnittd States 'are 'now but
To make a long story short, tho
Irish Extradition Treaty as it orght
to be called that Mr. Lowell, the Re
publican Minister to England, could
not be cajoled into making, Mr.
Phelps, the Democrat, has just con
cluded. It has been accepted by
President Cleveland, and is now be
fore tho Senalc for confirmation as a
party measure, and unless tho Repub
lican Senate defeats its confirmation
it will be confirmed, and in a few
months will be the law of the land,
and the Irish political refugee must
For my pait, I do not pretend to hi!
tho special champion of the Irish
people. That is a claim the Demo
crats monopolize. But I think that
man for man, they are as good as
Englishmen, and cannot see why
they should not be protected as well.
The truth is, that the love cf the
American Democrat smolders till
about election time, and then it bursts
forth in a sudden blaze, which lasts
till the election is over, aud then goes
To lET House of three rooms, I
with lino ganlen fruit trees and grape
vines bearing, will be let leasouaiile i
to a permanent isnan' V-ddre-s M. '
E , tois oliiec t!
liiec iou Proclamation.
OrncE or Siikbiit t Cncuisr CoifjiTy.
TumbsiOue, Ariz., Ott S.ISSS. ' j
In accordance with authority .vest
ed in me by Section 4 nf Chapter 24,
Compiled law?, the following procla
mation is published for the informa
tion whom 'it nmv concern.
It. S. HATCH, Sheriff.
TEnniToar or Ahizoxa, 1
Executive OcPiiiTsirxT, J.
Office oriiic GovEasor.. )
To All Persons Whom is May Con
WiiKitE.vs, Under an act of tie
Legislative Assembly ' the Territory
ofAiizona, entitled "An Act to pro
vide for the general and special elec
tions, it is provided- TJiat there
shall be held thioughoitt the Territo
ry of Arizona, on tho Tuesday after
the first Mondav in November, A. D.
1S72, and every two years thereafter,
an election for members of the. Legis
lative Assembly and such other oiii
cers as may be required by law to be
chosen at such election; and,
Whekeas, It is further provided iij
such act, thai it shall be the d.Uy of
the Governor, at least thirty days le
for, any general election, to issue his
proclamation dis gnating the olfices
to be tilled at sueii election ;
Now, therefore, I, James A. Bayard,
Acting Governor f the Territory cf
Arizona, in pursuance of the duty en
joined upon me, do hereby order a
general election to be held on the
Tuesday after the first Monday, being
the second day of November, A. D.
188G, and designate the olriees to be
tilled at such election as follows, to
wit: One Delegate to Fiftieth Congress
of the United States, one Superintend
ent of Public instruction, twelve
members of the Council of the Legis
lative Assembly of the Territory,
twenty-four members of the Housjo of
Representatives of the Legislative As
sembly of the Teriitory, apportioned
under an a;t entitled "An Act fixing
the apportionment for members of the
Legislative Assembly of the Territory
of Arizona," approved March 7, 17S3,
as follows, Ic wit :
Ccunty of Apache, one member of
the Council and two members of the
Hoiife of Repre'sentarive.'.
Cochise county, one member of tli
Council and live members of the
House of Representatives.
Gila county, one member of tho
Council and one member of thu
House of Representatives.
Graham county, one member of the
Ciuncil and one member of the
Hcuse of Representatives.
Maricopa county.- one member of
the Council and two members of the
House of Representatives.
Mohave county, one member of the
Council and one member of the
House of Representative?. - -
Pima county, one member of the
Council anil five members of the
Hoiife of Representatives.
Pinal county, one momber of the
Council and one member of the
House of Representatives.
Yavapai county, on member of tho
Council and live members oi the
House of Representatives.
Yuma county, one member of the
Council and one member of tho
House of Representatives.
The county of Yavapai shall jlect
cue momber of the Council jointly
with the counties of Yuma, Mohave,
Apaciic and Maricopa; and the coun
ty of Cochise shall eVct. one member
of the Council jointly with the coun
ties of Graham, Gila, Pinal and
Also, there shall be elected in each
county of the Teriitory two members
of the Board of Supervisors, except in
the county of Pima, three, on account
of vacancy in the ollice of the long
Also, in each county, one Sheriff,
one District Attorney, oue County
Recorder, one Treasurer, one Sur
veyor, one Coroner and oue Public
In each of the counties of Cochise,
Pima, Mwhave aud Apache ther
shall be elected a County Judge; and
in each of the remaining counties of
'the Territory a Probate Judge.
w There shall be elected in each of
(he'eounties of Orchise, Mohave, Pi
ma, Apache, Yavapai and Graham,
one CounVy Assessor.
Also, in "each election precinct in
each county, one and not more than
Also, in each township, two Jus
tices of the Peace; and were more
than eight hudred persons reside in a
lo'wnship such fact to.be ascertained
by the Boi.rd of Supervisors one ad
ditional Justice of the Peace may be
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the
seal great seal of the Territory ol
Arizona to be amxea Hereto.
Done at the City of Prescott this
27th day of September, A. I). 1S8G.
JAS. J. BAYARD,
Suits well and thoroughly cleaned
for $LoO by Hanis the tailor.Botbin's
block 8 P2tf.
To ALL WUOM IT MAT CONCEKX:
Whereas iny former partner Fritz Gci
hardt has mjslerioi iy disjpneared from
h'i3 place of business in Bisbee, CochWe
County, A. Xi'., an peisons are hereby noti
fied that I will not be irsponslblti loranj
debts which he may contract.
Bisbee, August -Jib, "hSti-
Fon Sale The fixtures and trade
of the Eclipse Bakery; also the
Bakery to let. Apply to J. M. Nash,
on the premise's. if
T nT A ,Inrlr cnvrnl linrc nlinof.
11 lu mis high, and weighing from
."i3i;ti Tnn ,.. t . i .
u-ju iu iiu puiinus, uranucu nun iwu
straight marks on the le't shoulder.
Any person finding the same will re
ceive five dollars reward by leaving
him a't Brown & Hare's stable.
Tombstone, Sept. 29, 1886.
I will pay tho above reward for in
Urination that will lead to the arrest
of the fiend or fiends who poi-'oned
,my.dog. I. S. Baknes.
Fifth street News Depot.
Wanted 15 or 20 adobe makers
and laycib. "While men preferred.
Apply at tiiis ullice at once for fur
.And don's you foigelil, lhat Woliott it
.Mcasick have thu hiiest toilet tu.rjs lor sale
that hits ever, teen otl'mcd ta Ihe people of
this city. 0-22tf
Dissolut on t'f i'artiicrs.hp.
To whom it may concern:. The lirm of
fjjirou i R.ig has lliij uay dissolved by
mutual consent, a. .M. Rairow rctniii I nun
ttiV. lirm. All tiiU a;:aiu$l said tirm will be
: aid L d. y. B.ig','. d. U. ISAtiti,
yjCTA'l'KSl Lady teeuts actually clear
" -0 diuiy with my woi derlul entire!;
new patent rnbtcr undercut luent Ifr fe
males. A uiimstoi's wile sold la lirst hour.
.MADAM W. 1". UTILE.
B-x U3, Chicago, 111.-
All my goods are paid for and as I
want money aud want it bad I will
make $50 suits for - Harris the
All persons are hereby notified that mj
Wife, LouUu DellotI, havinir lei I my bed aud
bourO without cause Ci provocation, there
fore I will not be re.-poi sible for, nor pay
any debts of her cOLlractiti from and nicer
this date. JOlt-S' DEl'lO.-F.
Bisuee, Sept. 15.
FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN.
wsi.r. Exunrtsr r
Benson, Tuesday. Oct. JJ).
From AtlaiitleN Busy 3Iarts to Va
clfic's Golden Shores.
Tho'transportnll r. ct this prodijrioti'. tlir c
ealari d wzt patim ot hhuws. oiDs'itnig s it
docscfSKLI.t" bHVKItAt.. SINGULAlt, SEP
AUATK snOWtS SOLIJJIFIED. is tt- lversally
vrououuocd the nioit hszalon-i andcrtAkiin;
ever known In the world i f amazements. Bat
whin Ihe Stlls I! olhc- d c;i:e 1 to Isit Cul'.fo.
r.lalccy le; abimi roncemrit n; an AU-Monopo-lUlns
Mammoth JIasiodon, fiorgccl with
3 Circuses and 8 Menageries
A salls'yinK la'ktr of startling serration and
cxtrsordiuary Eilil<lou of arth' fholcjst
woudern, the vamncsj or wh!ch to isrticuNrize
woatd fill u book an I overflow the coltmu orthc
Uraest newspaper. Belne enloa of tliree dis
tinct concerns, it is mure than
Three Times Xavrjer
Than.any Arenic Establishment or Wild Btaft
Show itu.t ever cncd .the oniincat. reuulrine
threw times the incted capltkl OKB MILLION
DOLLARS InAO'vwd! Three times the largest
tra'ellnsirsii.i1, three times as lnanj cmplojif,
threj tim:s mjrc acooinpllshed actors, thrie
times Iho i-alsry list, and bb a c instqnence thrjc
tinlesteefun and three times more show than
iveryou saw since )uu weie bcrr. When the
multitudinous masses kto that besides
Three More Complete Menageries
Thin wirj ever beloic put on whul?, the will
ac nal y behold iLc oi-ly
Male and Fciiia e
SKKX OX KXHIBITIOX
- '' AND "A1-.
.Liiina: Griraffe !
Thev.wlll throw up both tunes, put aside al,
toil a-c" daily duties, and seek amasiasnt .
and recreation wiih tfcc 10,0)0 otLcr
sensible sunls who a: .ery 5
Sells' Stupenduous Shows!
Two Performance, dally, rain or shlno
P-.ride at 10 a.m. 1'erfjrmaace. at 1 and 7.
N B At the en I of the present feason'the
eiVtiu Siii.hS' aSDIOATB rt thrte shows
will be"dsssMved, aud esc'i separate estatlish
laeot rn-mae It owu proper circiit. Nevtr
aeain will llic three shows ir vol iu conjauctlju
at'ond piiee of acimusfon to al'.
SmllTfn nuil Alzvra I'.sllnud wl'l rell
riucd-t lj li k..s for one fsre fr.ciallitJtl l.
p Ujjr.rKan Sedio Kuund-up.
Csminencia; at Cochise Stronghold, Drju
goon mountains", October 5th, 1SS0. from
there to Whetstone and San Pedro Ranch
on San Pedro R'.Aer, nbme Benson, up the
river to Sonera line, across to Terranata,
thence around south end Huachuca inouu
Uit: to B.ifbacoiaari, down Rarhacomarl U
mouth of valley Mr. James Vaui;n will
a-.-t throughout as captain of mid rudero.
' F. HERUEUA,
0 '.9 tf . Sec'y T. S. G. A.
Sioclaralion ol".ole IVrwlei-xlilp
Thk TEnnmmr of Akizona, )
Couxir op Cocuisk. t s
1o whom it 'amy concern:
Know ye that'ou the 29Lh dar of Scptecij
ber, A. D. lSbG, I. Mrs. Louise Xorris, wife of
E. J.XorrU, make the following declaration
lor th.: purpoEu oi eariyinir 5" ana transact.
business under my own name aa a sole
trader, to-nit: lhat I intend to carry on !n
my own name and for my onrn use and hen.
etit the business of a wholesale and re.
tall butcher m meats lu nil of its branches
a usually carried on bj other persons in
the Territory of Arizona, wnere I am now
residing, 'lhat my citizenship is in thn
C'jtinly uf Cochise and Territory of Arizona,
and in said county I intend to carry on the
business aforesaid. In witnc.s whereof I
hereunto subscribe my name, the day and
(.aie above written.
J1RS. LOUISE .VORRI3.
Territory of Arizona, County of Co
On tiiis SOtli day of September, A. D 1SSG,
Sersonally appeared before ine. Will A.
ash. a notary public, in and for the coun
ty of Cochise, Louise Norris, known to me
to be the person described, audwhu made
Ihe fureoins declai-atlon of her intention
toearrjr on ti.e business as therein staled,
'.tho acknowledged to me that she executed
tlm same Inely and voluntarily, and for the
ums and purposes theiein mentioned. In
witness uhercot I have hereunto set my
hand aud uilixcd my ol!ieial seat, the day
ard )ear iu this certificate lirst written.
fsEiL WILL A. NASH.
IX THE JUSTICE'S COUR OF SECON'D
Township, oj the County of Cochise, Termor-
II A Rogers. Plaintiff, vs llri Eemiw
'Ihe Territory of Arizona sends greeting
to Elmira Coker, delcndant.
You are hereby summoned to appear be
fore me, at my ollice ia Benson, iu the couu
ty of Cochise, on the Hth day of October,
ltt:J, at J o'clock a in, iu an action brought
against jou by said pIiuitilT, to enswer the
complaint of the above in.muJ plaintilt.
Said action is brought to recover of you
the rum of Ninety dollars and titty-live cents
as on account staled, belweeu )i.u aud the
l:rm of Rogers Bros., Benson, Arizona, for
ijoi's told and dt litnrcd to jou at your in.
stance and request, and for money advanced
in will more Hilly appear on Etatenicui.ou
file in tins ollice nhich is made apart f
complaint by plaintiff, or judgment will be
taken against jouforlhu i-aid amount, lu
L'etlier with costs of this suit if jou fail to
appear :.nu aniwer.
'in the shcrill' or any Constable of laid
Make legal act vice and due return thereof
Given under my .baud this emi Ca uf
ROUT. I, MILLER,
A Justice of the Peace for said Township.
j -0.i -
To the Tacc.rjmyers of
Cocluse County, A.'li -
and County taxes
for the current
year of 1886 are
due and payable
at the office of the
Treasurer and ex
officio Tax Collec
tor of said coun
ty, in the city of
must be paid on
or before the 3d
Monday in De
cember, 18 8 6,
ana on failure to
pay the same as
a penalty of five
per -cent will be
added thereto. '
Treasurer ana ex-Offlcio-Tax
Collector for. Cochise Couiirj
ty Arizona Territory.