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TUItDAY, MARCH 9, "1895.
MARCUS A. SMITH.
On Monday Inst tho 4th instant
at 12 o'clock noon, lion. Marcus
A. Smith closed his labors as our
publio servant. On tho 4th day of
March, 1887, ho bogan his career at
"Washington City as tho Dologato
from Arizona, and for eight, con
Rocutivo years ho has borne upon
his shoulders the anxiotiesjtho cares
tho burdens and tho criticisms that
fall to tho lot of one who assumos
tho responsibilities of publio
For a great number of j'Oars
ho was" tho first of his party elected
from Arizona. Ho began his service,
while a, young man, and during
all his service no publio net has been
performed or omitted by him in tho
discharge of his official duties that
was not worthy of a public servant.
All who know him well, and all
who are acquainted with tho
in which ho has been hold
among his congressional colleagues
will acknowledge that Aiizona has
been inoro fortunato in tho selection
of her Representative in tho person
of Marcus A. Smith than many
other territories. Tho most poplar
of territorial Delegates labors undor
griovious disadvantages that do not
fall to those elected from tho States,
but with all theso disadvantages
before him, Marcus A. Smith has
labored earnestly and unceasingly
for Arizona's interests. Tho early
passage of tho Statehood bill by tho
House of Representatives, beforo
tho holiday recess of ono year ago,
was a fitting testimonial to tho regard
for him tondered by his follow
members. -That it failed to pass
tho Senate during tho many suc
ceeding months, was thiough no
lack of energy, watchfulness vigil
ance or effort upon his part. In re
tiring to privato life, Marcus A
Smitli wears all tho honors that can
como to a public servant in tho dis
charge of oflicial duty faithfully per
It looks to us as though politics
"would soon bo a thing of tho past
in Arizona, and this is true largely
in all tho silver producing states of
tho Union. Eastern democrats and
republicans alike aro in league to
defeat any financial measure whicl
is calculated to bo beneficial to tho
interests of tho "West or Southwest;
honoo tho feeling is rapidly grow-
GSing that tho sections mentioned
must put politics aside and stand
ior men ana measures that will redound
to tho progress and advancement
of thoir homes. Tho great
overshadowing question of tho day
is "finance." Gazette.
(,'nthollcs and Secret Societies.
Archbishop Corrigan of Now York
sont on Fob. 25th to every priest in
tho dioceso a letter regarding the recent
deereo of tho pope, which " instructs
tho bishops of tho United
States to adviso tho faithful committed
to their charge against affiliation
with tho socioties known as
the Odd Follows, Sons of Temperance
and tho Knights of Pythias,
with the further injunction that if
Catholics persists in thoir connection
with any of theso societies and
will not give up momborship therein
they cannot receive tho sacrament.
There was a fair attendanco of
delegates at tho congressional convention
of froo silvcritos which was
in session at Battlo Crook, Mich.
Mar. 7th. The convention nominated
a "ft co silver candidato for
representative of tho Third
district. Thoro have
boon a number of names proposed
for tho nomination and somo difficulty
is anticipated in making a
"""SOur Clifton and Moronci correspondents
failed to connect this
woolc "but our readers may look for
it regularly hereafter.
Tho delinquent tax list as published
in Miles county reads"Taxes
and costs for 18954." This is look
ing forward with a vengeance.
(Jris .Mnuson lias estaolisliooa
fino liverv stable at this .tfilaco.
This is something that isxnceded
and wo beliovo that JFJr. Madson
1ms engaged -Jr, a bup.neos that will
prove . ... . - mi i
Jos. G. Allied, a xmucJicr, is
making preparations to romovo his
stock of general n'crchandiso from
. his present location to his hall.
Ho is having tho building remodel-
W od'and when ho gets located there
to . -v .it 1 c 41.
lliMie will liuvu unu ui uiu uiuai.
soommodous store houses in the
fj?ub5cribo for.tho Guaiidian and
liatihtorcsts of Graham
sljbrought tho sub-
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Clipped and Condensed From Late
PASSING EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Ilnppenlngs Throughout the Territory
With the Scissors.
Phccnix is being gaily decorated
for tho coming event, tho
of tho ontranco of tho North
and South railroad into tho Gar-don
city of tho Southwest. Red,
white and bluo bunting stretches
across "Washington streot at ovory
crossing, with a banner bearing
tho insignia of "welcome" for those
men who courageously put their
capital and energy into the building
of this now road, that connects
central Arizona with our Northern
citizens'. Tho front of tho capitol
is tastefully decorated, and the
whole city puts on an air of gaity
which betokens tho coming celebration,
Tho Herald received eighteen inquiries
concerning tho Salt River
valley, Phoenix, business, tho
and Arizona generally, and
this was received in ono day in tho
year, though tho demand is not always
so large, but there aro always
somo inquiries Phoenix Herald.
As an earnest of what tho now
railroad is doing for tho great
mining country between this city
and Prescott, tho Divide mino in
Chapparal Gulch, was sold
for somo 870,000. Tho mine
is a fino gold producer and belong
ed to Judgo Rush, formerly of
Prescott, now of Los Angeles; tho
purchasing partios aro St. Louis
captalists, headed by Col. 0. M.
Town, of Chicago. Tho mino has
been worked for somo time undor
bond, and has proven a very satis
factory gold producer, otherwise
tho gentlemen who have put in
their good, hard inonoy would not
bo there 1'hoemx Jlerald.
Bucky O Neill is en routo to
Prescott from Ireland, and brings
with him a kennel of tho finest
purps that could bo purchased. Ho
has named each canino after somo
Populist, including Mrs. Lea&o,
and it is said when feeding time
conies thoro is a goneral scrap for
tho spoils. Journal Miner.
Tho Arizona newspapers do
more gratuitous advertising in tho
interest of the dovclopcment of tho
country, than all other influences
combined, but there aro a few of the
and those direct
ly nonoiiteu by tnc same, who appreciate
tho gratuitous work of tho
iieorgo bicinnor, 01 uraliam, 13
ono of the ablest men in tho assembly,
and an honest, hard working
man. Tho t citizens of Graham
county mado no mistake when thoy
eiccieu juv. SKinnor as their repre
Spring is hero and if ono may
judgo from tho looks of the hay
siacics m tnis vicinity, it is none
Nuttall's roller mill, which has
been h'ing idlcj sinco tho middle
of February, is again at work,
turning out a first-class grado of
flour. Farmers aro beginning to
realize that it is more to their interest
to tako their wheat to tho
steam mills, where thoy can obtain
their flour to return home with,
oven if they do havo to pay a lit
tle moro for tho grinding, than it
is to take it take it to a water mill
and then spend a month traroling
back and forth between tho mill
and thoir homes beforo thoy can
got all, their flour.
Hunt Bros, aro cxpocting to start
their distillery within a few days.
Jerry Taylor gavo a ball last
Friday night in Nuttall's Hall.
Jerry got up tho danco for what
thero was in it, and ho made SO
conts worso than nothing.
Tho wifo of P. II. McBrido
him with a ten pound boy
last week. Jacob Burns received
a liko prcsont from his wifo on tho
If numerous marriages is a sign
of prosperity, the people of Pima
and vicinVty must bo prosperous
indeed. Gjhere havo been two marriages
iiM.his place and ono in Cen
tral djinng tho past month, and if
Damo Rnmor can bo relied upon
there will bo at least a triplet of
couples launched upon the sea of
matrimony beforo tho last of March.
Tho civil suit of Layton against
Hunt attracted considerable
in Pima last week, and will
furnish a theme for street corner
gossip for several weeks to como.
Tho case was brought by C. Lay-ton
to recover tho sum of 8232.00
from Alox. Hunt, alleged to havo
been fraudulently obtained. Tho
case was stubbornly contested on
both sides, "Wiley R. Jones looking
after tho interest of Mr. Layton,
and J. M. McCollum and "Wm. M.
Whipple taking care of Hunt's 'n;
terests. The first jury failed,. to
agree, after being lockcduptvelvo
hours. Tho second uury idooided
. "Uory" Motrin' Mining Camp, i
T. D. Morris returned from' his
mines last week to await the arrival
from Tucson of his big 5,000
gallon tank which arrived and was
Mr. Morris has now fourteen men
on his pay rool, and will increase
tho force when his mill starts up.
He is introducing a new feature
among his omployes, making them
sign an agreement exempting him
from all blame in case of accidents
in the mine. He carefully instructs
his men to use every possible precaution
and furnishes material for
use, which if used by them makes
an underground accident almost
Tho mill will start up in tho
course of a week or so, and ho is
most sanguine as to results, of
which ho is richly deserving, having
spent his means and time for some
years in developing the mino
which now shows such favorable
prospects, and from which Dory
will yet make a fortune
Oth er claims adjacent to his arc
being opened up, and a lively camp
at that point is a thing of tho near
Ono of tho necessities of this growing
camp is better mail facilities.
Bonita is now tho most accessiblo
point. But tho distance makes it im-possible
to havo anything liko a
regular mail. A routo should by
all means bo established, say twice
a week botween Bonita and Morrs-town,
and favoring such a proposition
a lengthy petition has been
d'arwn up. "Wo beliovo by a proper
presentation of tho facts to the department,
that a routo would bo established,
with an office at tho
mining camp Sulphur Valley Kews.
S0I0111 onvllle Ituiiiblliinrw.
Judgo Mormon wont to Clifton
"W. E.Bcck, Esq., of Moronci,
was in town this week.
Thero aro but five prisoners now
in the county jail.
Tho Y switch is now being removed
from Solomonvillo to Pima
by tho railroad company.
Ben "W. Olnoy returned a fow
days ago from a visit fo Texas,
aftor an absenco" of nearly two
months from Solomonville.
James V. Parks came down from
Clifton last Thursday on oflicial
Col. John Martin, of tho law
firm of Barnes & Martin, of Tucson,
was in Solomonvillo Wednesday
on logal business.
Tho fino stallion of Justico Parks
is in such condition from his recent
injuries that his recovory is
Judgo Rouse writes District Attorney
Jones that ho thinks court
will open hero at tho regular term,-on
April 8th, but that it is not definitely
certain at this time.
Albert Schwerin is building a
now stable, putting in somo fine
fruit trees and doing considerable
fencing on his ranch south of town.
Ho 3.133 that ho "has a fortune in
Justico Parks and Judia have
had their courts running rather
lively during tho last week. Thoy
say that business, horetoforo has
has boon very quiot in their courts
sinco tho holidays.
Ex-Sheriff Olnoy has purchased
tho Tift blacksmith shop and is
now in chargo with two mon at
work under him. Gcorgo had not
vacated tho sheriffs oflico fifteen
minutes before ho was at work at
his privato business affairs with all
his rustling qualities.
Captain Griswold, of tho Gold
Bullion Mining company,returned
Thursday to Clifton aftor a stay in
Solomonvillo of over two months.
Ho returned to Clifton to meet a
gentleman from Now York who
comes west to push forward tho
works of the company. It has
plenty of working ore on hand and
Captain Griswold says that tho
plant will soon bo running constantly.
Work on tho now G. V., G. & N.
depot at Safford, was commenced
on "Wednesday of this week. A
largo forco of carpenters aro at
work, and if tho erection continues
at tho prcsont rato it will not bo
long beforo agent O. A. Sutherland
will occupy his now quarters.
It is said that Thatchor is to havo
a now store with Frank Tyler and
Fred Layton as proprietors. That's
right boys.don't bo afraid to branch
out in business.
The directors of tho Union & Irrigation
canal company are asking
for bids for watormastor for the
coming season, to bo opened in tho
presence of bidders, March 30.
Mr. "W. G. Clemons, of Central,
called at the Guaiidian oflico last
week and tolls us that his grandchild,
the four-months old daughter
of Mr. and Sirs. John Rowley,
which fell into the fire somo
months ago and was so badly burned
that its life was almost despaired
of, has boen pulled through by
Dr. Porter, without leaving a Far
on its face. Tho left hand, how-over,
was so badly burned that it
was found necessary to amputate
all tho fingers in 'order to save tho
hand. Tho suffering of the " '"'
ftllTT I Illllimuii 11
Idaho Is twice as large as Arkansas.
Tunis and Ohio are nearly the sanio
CvniESS is almost as large as Connecticut.
ColokAdo is twice the size of Alabama.
Sumatra is nearly as large as California.
Iuklavd is about half the size of
Euaoru is less than one-fourth the
size of Asia.
Australia Is about the size of the
Canada is a little larger than the
Poiituouese Africa is as large as Mexico
Asia is the largest continent,
Arizona is almost exactly twice the
size of Missouri.
ConnA is exactly the size of Kansas,
82,000 square miles.
Annam, 100,000 .square miles, is about
the size of Idaho.
Missouri is almost three times the
size of West Virginia.
Macedonia proper was near the size
of the state of Illinois.
I'knnbvvAnia is almost three-fourths
the bize of Missouri.
Portuguese Guinea is a little larger
than New Hampshire.
I!n.V7.lL h .13 one province larger than
any three of our states.
Siberia has an area of 37,000 miles,
about the size of Indiana.
Tasmania has 20,000 square miles, a
little smaller than Maine.
Baron Hirsch ha giveD Sir Tatton
Sykes the 1 ef usal of jtho mare La Fleche
At Dudley, England, ono town councilor
was lined for assaulting another
and knocking out his teeth at a council
meeting held to distiibute Cluistmas
Josr.wiiN Peladan, the Sar Peladan
founder of the Rose Croix, who, in his
"Decadance Latino," has been preaching
occultism in Trance for years, has
undertaken to eke out lib, income from
literature by Getting up a shop for the
sale of bicycles.
In 1804 the boats of the Royal
National Lifeboat association were
launched 898 times and rescued 02.ri
persons; the society' gave rewards, besides,
for the saving of 141 lives by
shore boats. Thirty-three vessels were
savd from total or partial loss.
Tasmania was loicntly edified by
tho performances of the earl of Yarmouth,
who danced tho skirt dance at
a public entertainment. Tho earl is
tho heir of the marquis of Hertford,
and descends in a direct line from the
Lord Protector Somerset of the time of
It appears that the first four bars of
the overture to Mozart's "Bastion et
Basticnno," lately given in London, arc
identical note for note with tho principal
theme of Beethoven's Heroic
Symphony. Mozart's operetta, however,
was written two years before
Beethoven was born.
RELICS OF PAST TIMES.
Tee Roman catacombs are 580 miles
in extent, and it is estimated that from
0,000,000 to 15,000,000 dead are there interred.
Every violent storm on the English
channel exposes an ancient buried forest,
which is usually covered by sand
and water. Tho location of this curiosity
.is near St. Malo.
In excavating the Roman villa at
Darcnth, Kent, a pane of window glass
has been discovered, the first found in
England. It is broken, but the pieces
show that its size was nine inches by
Marine insurance was practiced in
Rome B. C. 45. It was very general in
Europe before the discovery of America,
and it isaltogcthcr probable that
tho shipsLoZIColumbus were insured for
their full value.
At Putcaux, just across the Seine
from the Bois dc Boulogne, two well-preserved
plaster sarcophagi were recently
dug up, each containing a body.
Near them vt ere a varnished tcrro cotta
vase and two medals, one with the head
of Emperor Hadrian, tho other with a
head of Hercules.
GEMS OF WISDOM. ,
Hatred is the madness of the heart.
Fidelity is seven-tenths of business
Haste trips iU own heels, and fetters
and stops itself. Seneca.
Tuere is an oblique way in reproof
which takes off the sharpness bf it.
Two tersons cannot long be friends
if they cannot forgive each other's failings.
The mind is its own place, and in itself
can make a ncaven of hell, a hell
of neaven. Milton.
His daily prajer, far better understood
in acts 'than words, was simply
doing good. Whittier.
If thero be any truer measure of a
man than by what he docs, it must bo
by what lie gives. South.
A TWO - HUNDRED - AND - TWENTY-FIVE-OUNCE
go'id nugget in tho shape of a
horseshoe has been discovered at Har-graves,
Great finds of gold have been made
in Corca, and enterprising Americans
are already at work there showing tho
simple natives what real energy is.
It is said that the gold contained in
the medals, vessels, chains, and other
objects preserved in tho Vatican would
mako more gold coins than the whole
of tho present European circulation.
In two years Austria has obtained
through tho Rothschilds two-thirds of
the $125,000,000 in gold it is hoarding in
order to adopt the singlo standard, and
of the nmount secured this year
is in American eagles.
"We aro informed that G. B. Tx,
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IJtUVU 111 X 1111.1,
OUR BUS tNSlnIRECTOllY.
Showing the IluslicsfiVn of the County
11 no rutrouize 11 fluBrdan,
"We desire to allVe readers attention
to tho biiMincg men of the
county who are occ ii.;ng gpace ;n
tho initial apnear!co 0f tho
Guaiidian. Our desirtjg to please
all, and it shall be ouronstant en
deavor to furnish our,p5trons neat
and attractive adveitiUments at
the closest possible pii.
Mr. Rarnabe Palra'i Pioneer saloon
adv. which will bifound in
another column, wislth first secured,
wo had to get his Wv, wo
owed him a small amount fr '
Goods," and this advertisement
was his only hope.
"Wo then refer you to:
Jennings & Kirtland, Merchandi
J. T. Owens. Merchandise.1 3
Dr. Porter, Druggist.
Dr. Brenner, Dentist. 1
Mrs. R. A. Groesbeclr, Jlotel. ,
J. G. Allred, Merchandise. '
J. A. Woods, Jeweler. ' 4
Sam "Watson, Stage Line.
W. B. Fonda, Justico of the Peace,
W. E. Jones, Attorney.
McGinty & Whitcwings, Saloon.
E. G. Eaher, Jeweler.
T. T. Hunter, Merchandise. '
IJeavcs & Parks, Saloon. l
Epley & Parks, Saloon.
"W. I). Jefferson, Italian Bees,
G. B. McCarty, Contractor.
J. M. McCollum, Attorney.
F. Ij. B. Goodwin, Attorney.
D. II. Ming, Merchandise.
W. J. Parks, Beal Estate.
M. J. Egan, Attorney.
N. P. Beebo, Beapers, etc.
Fonda & Patton, Merchandise.
I. F. Campbell, Merchandise.
Mrs. L. M. Gustavison, Millinery.
Rollins Bros., Merchandise. '
Wm. Rollins, Contractor.
Jos. II. Lines, Justice of the Peace.
T. E. Norton, Barber.
S. N. Enstrom, Boots and Shoos.
E. M. Curtis, Tinsmith.
II. O. Chlarson, Merchandise.
Chris. .Madson, Idvery Stable. f
P. J. Jacobson, Lumber.
Zundol & Fish, Merchandise.
II. N. Chlarson, Jiumber. f
Dr. Jj. 13. "Wightman is making
preparations to establish a drug
store at Pima.
P. J. Jacobson & Son are crowding
to completion their new brick
store, near the depot.
The Phccnix papers seem to
think that Hon. George Skinner
has fillcdjiis rat holes this"yeari
at least thoy aro not "yelling so
much about it as they wcro a year
ITotico to Creditors.
In the Probalf Court, of the County of Ornbam
Territory of Arizona.
In the Matter of the Estates of
John S. Green, deceased
It is hereby ordered that notice ba ri en by
Rhoda 1'. Orcen, Administratrix of the sstate of
John 8. Ureen, deceased, by publication for
four weeks in the Graham Guardian, a newspaper
published in said Uralnm County, to the
crtdltors of and persons hailnrr claims against
said deceased, to present them to said niioda I".
Orcen. ndmlu stratrlx. with the proner i one It
ers lilthtn four mouths after the first
lion ci mis noiu e.
Dated at my office Mar 9, ISO. Probate Judge.
Notice to' Creditors.
In tho Probato Court, of the County of tiraham,
Territory of Arizona.
In tho Matter of the Estate of
Domlnlck Sartoris, deceased.
It is hereby ordered that notice be friien by
Gablrcl lllpanilo and Catliarina Jllgando.Gxec in
tors 01 me esiaie 01 nominu k ennoris, ueceasca,
by publication for four n ceks in tho Graham
Guardian, a newspaper printed in said Graham
County, to the creditors of and persons haling
Ualms against said deceased, to present them to
said Gabriel lllgando and Cntbnrina lligando.ex
editors, with the proper torn hers within four
months after the first publication of this notice.
3 Probate Judge.
Dated at my office Februry 28, 1805.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Probato Court, of the County of Graham,
, Territory of Arizona.
In the Matter of the Estate ol
Ole Olson, deceased.
It is hereby ordered that notice be given bv
A illlam Thadeu, Administrator of the estate of
Ole Olson, defeased. i publication ior lour
weeks in the Graham diiardian, a newspaper
printed in said Graham count), to the creditors
ofaudiersous haling claims against said deceased,
to present them to said n illlam Thaden,
administrator, with the proiier ouchcrs within
four months after the first publication of this
3 Probate Judge.
Dated at my office February 28th, 1SV,.
In the District Court of the Second Judicial
District of the Territory of Arizona, in and
for tho County of Graham,
JENNIE B, OATMFF )
CHAltLES W. GATLIFF,
Action brought in tho District Court of the
Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona,
in and for tho County of Graham i'For
Diiorcoand the Custody of the minor
The Territory of Arizona ssnds greeting to
Charles W. Gatllir. . ,
You oro hereby summoned and required to ap
pear in on action brought against you by the
abote named plaiutilT and answer the
nmnilnt filed with the clerk ofthe aboie en
titled Court at Polomom Ille, luthe County of
Graham, Territory or Anrona, lwtmn icnuays
(extluslie ofthe day of scnlce,) after the ser-
Ire in win iou of this summons if sericd iulhis
count, but if sened out of tho county, but-
within this district, w ithln twenty days, In
all other cases within thirty days.
You ore hereby notified that if you fail to
nn answer the complaint as reaulrcd br
law, Judgement bytlcfault will be taken against
) ou as pravea ior in piaumu a compiaiui uieu
herein, and for costs and dlsbursments in this
ft , Oil en under my hand and the seal of
1 ac, .) the District court amxea pwrrrr
iSFLAf Sol""- ille this 7th daytf warth.
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a trial. ."WojShai
See that vflr?
tions, etc' call
C. II. MOREHOUSE,
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Fast Horses, jl
Liyery Feed and Sale
Teams in readiness at all It
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