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' FOR CITY TTEASURZR.
rbcrcbyjinuounr e mvse'f'tutlse vottrt of tbe City et Tombstone as an ijniepcnceul candidate for City Treasurer at me ciccu. n vrhlcii wlllke held Jfmeni tier Slid. oiwr r::F.vn max. for :rrsr uucuKit. I kercb aun .ujce myself t tlie voters of the City ol T .mbitcme n an Independent eandidaU lor City Recorder, at the elertloj which will be held November 2niJ. USAXT HICK'. liver Q -tntiotoa, The' following is the Intent price of silver in Saw York and Loudon : , KkwYork, Oct. 13. Louden, 45 New York..'. 97J cts. White labor goods only at Bagg. George ifill. Howard, a noted Cali fornia lawyer, isvisiting this city. We expect a rush for our dress goJs, barjaiu counter! Palace. t The town was particularly dull tc-d-y, and locals correspondingly scarce. William Zimmerman, a well known mining miu of Souora, arrived in Una tfterunon, and it registered at the Occidental. It. N. Leatherwood and Dr. Turdy hate oflei thenuelves as sacitriccs tn the Dernocratictic Legislative ticket nf Pima county. J .lge Warner - Earll, one of the 1 ro.niurnt lawyers of Tuccon, was uudde )'y tiieken wi h paralysis on Monday last at that place. Something reo-'nt Dreis-gools bargain eo inter. "Palace." 27tf Me.ir. A. Getlerman and G. F. Schmidt, of Milwaukee, ar registered at the Occidental hotel. Come and sea our dresa-goods, bar gaiu rountai. Palace Dry GooiU Stor. 27tf H-nrr 11. UjIw-s of the firm of Long nnatt & Hob" s of Tuvm, ,!i-d au Ileuly -.t linit pi on Mo. cly Lar. G-od colors, gooJ 00 Is. good vjIik ull fur good nijiic,. "P-Ui-e," fifth lre.-t. 9-S"tf T:n- fir n of ligr. & KU-n:ciu Fairliaiik hasdsrfohet, Mr. K.tx ctiat rn retiring, n t Mr. liters eon tiu lill '.ilm l;u-i-i - A 'arge (lu.ubjr of strait ;cte are visiting tlit ei'y since 'the Xpichs tpfilil-ii o-'asi'd, with a view of invest 1 . in mitiiu, and ranch i r-; o Sy. i), ---o! a l 3 yard for $1.00, ti,loi.Ji4 T.llc Pal.cc-." Fifth .t.r.t. 27'f YV. 0. Gr-ene. v 1 known rar.cli rr on the b'an P.-dro : vi itinc thi ci'j. Y.-: can get dttt ftr $1.59, good weariiiir goods at tke I'aUc. Fifth ..reel. 9-27tf ., All .iifinW of Riicue IIjss com pauparc requested to at:enJ a 'ain:t- liii of tli- cjmpiny this evening a: 7. 3.D o'c'ock. 'r For sal Chuap Colt rifle, 44 cal ibro, peep and tloba sights. Apply at telejraph .Blce. 9 25-lw The Au-i-Cain?e Lsajue will ho'.d tht-ir regular meetinar at 8 o'clook this er s.iin at tun City llx. The Haison Doree will receive this Tiiin; tin first shall oysters of the itiinn, mi I krjep thens canitantly on haai. Call an! try a plate of thaw. -30tf Majr J.E. Montandon cam up from Benaon last cTeuiug asd took hia departure this morning for his liomw. For sale ih:ap Tw carpets, bed room sat. ward rob, cooking stove. U. Apply to H. C. Pretcott, Fourth street, between Fremnut aid Safford. Th Rav.- Mr. Ila?kins, formerly pastor-of the Epircopul -churcli, iu lUie city, i rxpectud to return sosae day tl.ii week S. C.vJ5agK, Jiavhij; , secured the servjees or tucner urer.' lormcriy cnuuected with the house of Scfeotn feld A lleyman a uoholalnrar, ia pre pared to lo all kinda of work 'in that line at reasonable figures. 13-tf - Arthur Sincock, a nativti of Oorn wiill, iied about 4 ycarr, died at the County llo.ipit.il this nioruini;. Kr wjs an old resident of this Territory, having at one time been foreman of the Vulture mine, belonging to P. W. Smith, iu the n'urth'jru part of the Territory. In the cue of the Territory vs. J:ickon, before Judge E.istou to day, tin; defendant whs la-l.! to uiisver be fore the next grand jury, with bail lilcd at ? 1,000, on u charge of grand larceny. Not being able to xaiso this aijiDJu, lie was remanded to"j'ail. Tlis indications point to an oaily winter this year. For the choleeft of canned goods, etc., go to Wnllcolt's. tf The thrrinouietrr rtgiitered SO dc jjrre at iiuun to-day. The finest fanily flour, at Wall cott's, on Fifth street. tf Mail service from Pantano to Total Wreck has been discontinued. The choicest groceries in the city can be procured a( F. N. Walloon's, tf The great rcgislenwill be ready for distribution in abouttwo week . An alegaut line of wall paper at JJ-BS's. Silver took another jump to-d.y, and is quoted at,97 5-8. Crockery and glassware, of all .de scriptions, at Bngg's. 13 tf - A good tire these morning make one feci very comfortable. A splendid line of men's California underclothes, at Bagg's. 13-tf The noon stage brought in quite a number of passengers lo-d.y. The Court House failed o furnish I it single itom t'-day. Diamoud-loed Shaker eock, 15 cents per pair, at Bagg's. 13-tf J. W. Montgomery, of Los Angeles, is visiting tnis city. Juat received, at Bagga, a new lot of California men's and ladies' fad dies. 13-tf ('. M. Brrco, of tho B.ilucomari, took. his departure this afternoon foi home. J. P. Hopper, of Doming, who is well known in this city, arrived on last night's coach. Not a ringle instrument was filed for record in the County Recorder's ffice to-day. t Capt. Kclton has returned faoni Tuuttiu, v':r" li lias been a witness before the Unite i isicics ;-nd jury. Read the notice of the Cottage Lodging Hutue, in another column. Everything new ami clen. The Oriental saloon, under the mrtugemeut of Mr. Uuni., is bocuin jng a very pjpuUr place of n'sori. A!l thoie who have put ff regi: tering are now left, and will b.) mi iiblv to vote at hi! coining elejtion. Four of the Quest orators in the Territory will addrs"tlie Uepublican mass meeting to be held iu this city im tho cTeiiin; of Ootobr 23rd. Will I5u-li:uitl.irizcs us to state (list he ia not the 'dull appointed by the Lincoln club to woik for Democratic candidates. W. II. Siilweij, the Republican can didate for the jlice of District At torney, wil' viit Bifbec next Satur day evening. Any parson desiring to buy a turkey hen with a brood of half a dozen half-grown young turkey, slimild ap ply at this otrW, Billy Bradley, Andy Ritter and Bob Hatch are expected home from trip through the county, this even ing. It just twenty days until election, a id the day sat for tlu Democratic ship of state to start on its voyage up Salt river. Mrs. J. E. Mug-vn lias been grafted divorce frm h.r husba.id J. E. Mu gan by Judge S rest and awarded the custody of the child and is allowed to resume 1 er maiden rame, Miss Nel'.io J. Culliiiani. The Cottage Lodging House situa ted on Fifth street between Fremont and Safford which is conducted by Mrs. Mary Dellaaa has just been thoroughly renovated and elegantly iumithod, in every room. Htt and coli baths connected with the house. Rooms eusuitc or single. Commer cial travelers would do well to stop at this house. Mrs. Mazy DeHaan. 10-13-3 -n. Proprietress.. Sella' Bros, circus has conic and gone, and ouco more we have settled tn the enjoyment of the rrgular mo- atony of . cry day existence. The crowd was very large for this country, but was not what the mauagers ex pected. The show was good in every way, and "Sid," the performing ele phant, was a sure enough daisy ; the the boss attraction and the man who would not be pleased with him would not be pleased with anything. The entire abseuco of the gambling .'fakes" is a credit to the inannge miiit that should not be forgotten, Sidney J?mocrat July 2. r I'rom Sliinrlnica. Hvaciiuca, Oct. 10, 1SS6. Editor Tomhstosi: Wiilo reading your valuable paper at our burg yes terday, I noted n item calling atten tion lo the fact that voters in this vi cinity were not registered. This was true, but while we were talking the matter over, in came Judge Mills, from Fairbank, whom I cuppose took the bin', anil acting upon your sug gestion came down to n-lieve us of our embariassment, and apparently is doing a good business iu the regis tration lino. Judge Mills is a jovial, fellow and an old settler in this Ter ritory, and the man he don't know must certainly be a tenderfoot. He is among the Mexicans to-day and is doing good work. He speaks the language well, and to hear him talk to thoin and tell them the necessity of registering one would think be was a regular politician. Ho was asked j at the fort which ticket he wan run ning for, and he replied that he was an officer appointed by the county to register the legal voters and could not work for any ticket just yet ; that the American was a free man and could ute his own judgment, but the Mexicans nocdrd a little talking to, which I think he is doing satisfacto rily. Hoping Mr. Mills will make a good showing for our vicinity, I re main, your humble servant, Jons H. He.vriciis. Quite a number of our citizous are talking of going lo Bcuron on next Tuesday to take iu Sella' great cii cti!. Exclusion singes and trains will be run at half rates. If you want the finest kind of cor dials, f-yi taps, fthickies, champagnes, etc., go to L. B. Van Burt's, 505 Allen slrcel. The trade tup plied. A Mexican woman living in the Barrio Libre, Tucton, was Mahbcd to death on Sunday erening, and her husband badly injured by another Mexican. The murderer escaped. Rii-hard Gird, owner of the well kiiwV.'n Clii'io ranch, liae bought one half of the iuldrt-kl. of J. U. 0urnn in the A lrord gold min5, and xoi.n a large quartz mill will be erected at Camp Cady. Calico Print, Mr. Charles 1 each and wife ic turned l.st t. veiling, Mrs. Lciich from Virginu, where sha bus been spend ing the summer, and Mr, Lench from Doming, whither he had gone lo meet his wife on her return trip. A large number of visitors from outside precincts wijl be present in this city on the occasion of tha grand Republican rally, which takes place i.i Tombstone on Saturday evening, Oct. 23J. The ladies of the ii Society will hold their annual meeting to-morrow at 2 p. m. at tho residence of Mrs. II. G. He we. The election of officers ff-r the ensuing year w.ll bo one of the objret of the meeting. E. F. Rogtis, Bauson; CM. Bruce, Bubacomari ; J. E. Montandon, Ben son; J. W. Montgomery, Los Angeles; J. P. IIoppc-, Doming; George Hill Howard, Sail Francisco; S. Freed man, Contention, arc registered at the Occidental hotel. The Democrat claims to have spotted a rounder who had a seat in the Democratic convention, and who makes a living by striking candi dates for money, giving in exchange his influence. The party they refer to is an honest and hard working mai, and does cot deserve the shot given him. G. L. Mellgres, the Republican nominee for City Treasurer, is a man of family, three of his children hav ing been born iu this city. He has filled the unuxpired term of tho lata Frank Hatch with honor and -credit, and will do the same for the next two years. - Old boy Zjo has been airing him self in Washington, and hobnobbing with old Grovy. Just what passed between thtm is not definitely known, but it is thought that Zoo has re ceived a promise from Grovy to the effcl that the editors of all Hepubli can newspapers in this Territory will be shortly placed n pert-a- reservation. Bex Goodkich will have to explain why he allowed himself and friunds to draw their money froin Hudson Go's bank, when he w3 its agent af ter the b.Mik had closed, before he can bo elected District Attorney of Co. chi e countv. Get your stoves up and lay iu a supply of wood for the cold weather. Several parties went out to-day to the Kansas Cattle Company's ranch to day on a picnic excursion. Owing to being i-borl handed to day our paper is not up to its usual standard. Our Mexican population are all Re publican.', and will vote tho ticket straight on elec:im day. As the days arc '-cting very short we will try and -issue The Tomb stone considerably earlier liTcafter. The voter? at Huachuca and vi cihity have all beun registered by Judge jMjll, of Fairbank. Chief of Police James Coylu re turned this afternoon from a trip down to San Pedro, looking hale and hearty. The funeral of the late Arthur Sincock took place this afternoon, and was largely attended by his many friends in this camp. Gen. Miles has issued an order to his troops, complimenting them very highly for their gallantry and en durance in the pursuance of Geroni mo. Mr. Alrord, wife- of Judge Alvord, is still very low, and tho chances are very much against hor recovery. Her many frienJs in this ci:y will be very sorry to hear this, and hope that it may not prove true. Miss Fanny DouUas, a daughter of the man who is now confined in jail on a charge of murdering Mr. Liustrum, who was deserted by her father, went to ruin and died in San Francisco a shor'. time since. George W. Swaix is making an- ac tive canvass for the ollice of City At torney, for which he was nominated by the Republican Convention. George is a rustler, and it ha don't get there it will not b for the want of trying. The Democrat advises the people of the county "to arm themselves ami bar their doors," as Goodrich, Tweed, Peel, Moumonisr and Slaugh ter had started on a trip through the county. We don't blame the Domo cra, for Democratic candidates need to be looked out for. Bl.vmkh S. Prows, tho Republican Crtitiiidiite for Supervisor, is making a winning light for the office,.. He is an edd resident of this Territory and a strict ami competent business man, and he will look aftui the interest of llhfi county iu tho same business "in miner that he dues his uwn. TUB TuSloSTOXK received a" pleasant call this morning from T, J, White, tha Democratic candidate for Super visor. Wo are always pleased to see Mr. White, as he a gentleman that we have the profotiudeat friendship and regard for, but we don't like his poli tics. G. W. CitAntiK, tho Republican candidate for City License Tax Col lector, has proved lobe the right man in the right place, urul is now tho universal choice of everybody in the city for that otUce. Wo can assure our fellow citizens that they will never regret their choice. Ike Isaacs is" a natural born politi cian, and no one knows better how to gai l votes than he does. This knowl edge he is turning to good account just now. He is deserving of the office, for he has always been a con sistent Republican aud an earnest worker for the party; he has also been one of the leading members .of the lite depai tnient, and has been' .ready and willing at all hours of the day and night to respond to an alarm of firo, and save people's homes and goods from the grasp of the fire fiwnd. When the people look to those facts we believe they will elect Mr. Isaacs to the oflicp pf Cjty Recorder. By reference to our telegraphic column, it will be seen that the In dians surrendered to Capt. Law ton unconditionally. Kuteu ot E'isrc. The following is the rato "charged from Fairbank to the different places named iu the schedule: First Erai cIjss pt'iiI 3an Francisco 46 70 20 70 Cb'icago fit a 19 QU St.Louis.. "...S9 20 44 SO Cincinnati 69 30 52 HO 1'iittblirff, Ta 75 75 50 20 PiiildclUm St 20 C2 70 Nea- York RJ 70 C4 20 li.ibt. ii W 20 00 I!!t'li.iii,; iJ. V...., 7? 5 W w f.altiin.iri- , 70 .V HI 7.i AnhiMin, K....,,..,, 51 70 CX. -0 Kn::.s City 51 70 CO 70 Ujmiie clicked to distiuatiou c. .through lieltit If B.ADDlN'fiTO:;,Asciit SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. Gladstone Is Still Unable to Leava Ills Bed, as He Is SufTerlns from Fever' Ex-Alderman Sayles, of Jfsw York, Goes to Canada to Join the Ganjf. Heavy Eastern Gales Causo a Disas trous Inundation at Nevr Orleans. Governor Pierce Demands' the Ad mission of Dakota Into the Union. Newspapers la Paris Advocate the Organization of a War Party. The. Flo.d. SiH-cUl to TaS DlILT TOMSSTOXZl. New Orleans, Oct. 13. Tho east ern gales still continue, but so far lit tle damage has been done in the city. The Lake and Shell roads arc sul inerged, and Mienburg and the Span ish fort are flooded. At Shell beach the water is a fool deep on the rail road track and the inhabitants have nearly all left for tho city last night. The Louisville St Nashville road from Michaud to Pearly river u inundated, and several bad washouts arc report ed. The company is making efforts to keep the rails iu line. Tho tele graph wire along this lection of the road are all down. Daketn's Admission. Special te Taa Dim Tomestoxs. Washington, Oct. 13. Governor Pierce, iu his report, discusses the aJmi.-sion of Dakota, which now has 500,000 people, into the- Union, aud tidds; "I renew my r'aommoud -tian. most earnestly that this great people be no longer kopt from their rights, but be permitted to share aud liate a voise in that Government they honosaby their public spirit and sus tain by their industry." 'flu. War Varly. St3tial to Taa Dui.r TouniKiKx. Pakis, Oct. 1 J. There is a rapid growth of the war fu ling iu Franc. The Eonlangcr party have begun the u&iie of two new journals to advocate offensive policy in the vindication of the old military prestige of France. The Militairc sjys that General Fou ranger desires war not fr tho pur pose of recovering Alsace aud Lor raine, nor to gratify personal ambi tion, but a a step leading to the so lution of several 'questions. The strictest taboo of everything German is observed. M. Locknel, minister of commerce, has ordered tho p'olico to prosecute all persons - telling boxes of toys imported from Germany and con'aiuing a map of France without Ahstce. An Alucrsatau I-Iaa. Special to Tub UaiLT Tombstokk. New Yonr, Oct. 13 One of the mast unh-ippy men in town to-day was District Atttorney Marline. The story of ex-Alderman Sayles depart ure to Canada was a severe blow, and tbe information received this morning that the Aldern-an'a bo mil' men had transferred the property pledged in the bond of $25,000 for his appearanco was the worse news yet. Candor compels me to say, replied the Disiiiec Attorney, that I havi no doubt that J"svlo has crone. To I.irr A nict !y f;:riiihcd bed itioni. Knijuiro i.itJi ttrifcL e;iatl.-i,ise Sick. 3pee:l to Tun Daily Toili:7N-i!. Lcxso,v, Oct. 13. Gladstone i still unablu to Isivc l.ij bedruo!'.!. He te sufforiug from fever, and his con dition is believed -to be worse than is publicly admitted. Dissolution ot Partnership, The partt:crtlip heretofore existing under tlic tirm mime ol Wujcoll 4c MeMCk, u tin day Ciii Iveii b liul,alvoii6cut, .Mr. Mesick i'ciirit.jr Criic tiie una. All uci-uliiila tiue l!iu li; mwi!lbi jiaii to F. .V Wi.icoil, mtil uli lulls axuintt tiic lirui wili I-c pisJ by I', li. WoicotL iMirnedl F. S. WOIXOTT, Dswrrr iiKsicx. Dated. Julj Stti, ISS6. 7-'.0-lui 2iolatioa rfoliov. Tit partaertbip beretofcrc existiuc under tue fitm name ofDjriri Uildwln, ia the Seller! merchandise business, in Tooibitene and Benson, hn been this day dissolrcd by Mutual" foment. r. liyar relirimr. All bills uif'd tbe firm inuil bo paid to V. W. Baldwin, and all bills against tbe firm will be paid by him. W. VT. BALDWIN, y. n. djcaj;, ailstoag , Jul; 13, lsa, : - Votfc to Creditors. 2STAT5 qk pKUZtL WEUB. DECIASID. 'the crct'rlors of and all persons having t-Uiuis Hga'HMl tbe said named esta.e arc ucrebr nutftied to etbiitil Ibcir fUims with ine BLcor.erj Teucbers to sae, wilhia laqt moHlha alter tirsl puulicaUuM uf lliy aoour at lae r ' ilnrrer A McUlvirc, a lice city ol liiMtbstune, lociiUu couol. 'ferrl tory of Arifoa. er tbe same will b lrevcr irre4.. XK!iaru. Jic-ciU;c,. .idiaiai&vor, TimbsUuc, Seuleuber 1st., lSu, . . To Lt House of three rooms, with Hue garden fruit trees aud grape vines beanug, will be let reaswuAble to a permanent icimnt. Address M. tins olUce, tf DR, MINTIE. THE SPEQIAL1ST. No. 11 Ksakjjy St., Bait Fkakcwco, Caukckmia. Treats all Chronic, tpcUl aud Private Ois :m ttilb kVouderlul Sucvess. The Great Eiiglisli Kemedy Is a never failinX cure for nerroua de bility, exbaueted vi tality, seminal weak ness, sperrnalorrBea, lost inavbood, impe teucy, paralysis, and nrA,i!iiiirtliiiit9. and all the terrible effects of self abuse, youtb "olliea andexecasea in luadiiu yeara oucu " "eiuor, lassitude, nocturniu eiuianoa, w .....A... ..r ri-un.. noises Iu tho Ud, -cseeas m orii.kmK intoxuatinif li. oui'.r. lae vital nuiu pn in tbe urine, and many other discaass tkal Uii to insaaily and death. ... Ur. Jliniie, who is regular physician, jfradliatr ! the Clliversity of fewuajlvanU, will arroi to forfeit five hundred dollars for k cae of this kind that tbe Vital KcstarHtlre (under his special devise and lieatment) Hill lioi cure, or lur nujiuiuji " - w- ' f., l It l)r Mn:lie treats uu private diseases sucocfalilily without tnr. cvry. Consultation tree, 'lborou-fb exam. mation una navice, iuciuu.jk uuaijQia u urine, fo. l'rice of VlUl Keslorative 1J0 tl K.tft- ..w r..i,i ilniMt tin. (ttmntilr ior 55: seiii to any address upon receipt of price, or 'J. (. IJ .aecurcd from otucrvatioii ana in pri vate uaie. it desircu, oy nit. muiiui, 11 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cal. fc'cud for lis. of cucstions aud pamphlet. Snniplo liottlo Frew, Vf HI be sent to any am applying by letter, statins; symptoms, sex and ae. Strict se- CTUCJ iu reyaru to au uuei'ivai DK. MWTIE'd BRAIN CURE. Dr. Mintlt'a KIdnev Kemedy, KxrnaaTl cvti cures nil kinds of kidney and bladder complaints, ccnnorrbea, lecucorrhuja, Rleet. For sale by a.l druggists; ?1 a bottle, six. butties $5. Ur. Alir.lle's tlsndellon Pills are the West and cheapest dyspepsia and bllllous cure in (be market, lor s.-Oe by all druxjists. BUT THE BEST QUALITY Union India Rubber C,s. Pnrc Gum CRA(DK PROOF Bubber Boots. BEWAKK OF IMITATIONa t 'Be sure the boots arr stamped On the beeU 'Union India Kubber Co. Crack fropf," and pare the Pnrc Gum Springs en the loot and instep.irbicb preTetlt tll"ir erackinff, apd inakVa Ihsoi tbe most durable Kqbber Boot made. TRT Ol'K "Gold Seal" STOUT'S PATENT PUKE GUM Bubber Boots. Made rxprci-sly for mining, fisntng, and any one wishing a crj ironr and durabls boot Fur pair by all dealers. All kinds rubber hcltinir, riRir. uoo spriegs, clothln? Goodyear Rubber Jk.I Amenta, iriietita.