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SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1895.
IYTIS HD1TOIIIAL. ol
OUR COUNTRI'S CURSE.
Thoro is supposed to bo about
Sixteen hundred millions of dollars
in tlio money of tho United States,
all told. ' Thoro is ovor two thousand
milliortB to bo paid by tho many
each year; to tho fow who havo in
comes tiuilt up unuor tno law.
This Ukq thousand millions is interest
Tt is just as effectual in
laki'ng money from tho pooplo as
if titled incomes to tho fow
fiy.d by law. And it is just as
Tuanont, thoy can no or pay tho
jprincipal. Thus tho people are
-paying fixed incomes to tho amount
.annually of four times tho cost of
Tunning the govornmont. Thoy
jay annually moro monoy to tho fow
who havo interest incomes, than tho
-total slock of monoy in tho country.
Tho debt in tho U. S. as gathered
Jrom tho consus Bureau and other
data amount to forty thousand
inillions of dollars, national, corporate,
municipal and privato indebtedness.
of but six por cont on this sum is
ovor two thousand millions of dollars.
Jt comes from, tho toiling
masses and goes into tho pockot of
iho monoy lenders. It is a constant
stream from tho common pooplo to
fow, and saps tho business vitality
of wholo communities. Tho
machinery of law is adjusted to
Tender judgments and tho sheriffs
lovy and collect tho executions.
With sixtcon hundred millions in
monoy tho peoplo aro oxpoctcd to
Fortv Thousand Millions i,
i j - v ,-
debts, whon it is
All wore to bo
lorost. A C3
Jdn9BfpK!n) oo wipeu
ho nation standing
lior.not pleading, but
utoly domandiug equality
foro tho law. This condition is our
country's curso. How long will it
contimio? It is a question which
the masses can and must solve. As
tho benighted hcathon worships his
voiceless idol with tho savago
of barbarism, so aro our
people too prono to hero worship.
If tho masses awaken to tho situation,
read aright their wrongs, and
stand erect in their American man-
. hood, tho strugglo will bo brief,
.and our fair America will again bo
"Tho Land of tho Proo and tho
Home of tho Bravo"-
The agitation of tho building of
tho wagon road from horo to Camp
Apache ought not to bo allowed to
dio out. Whoop it up boy's, and
nut it throutrh. It will bo ono of
tho best ontorprisos tho peoplo of
tho valley can invest in. Every
' business man in tho valloy should
intorcst himsolf in it, which would
mako it an assmod success.
Tho bailey crop of tho valloy is
comparatively light, whilo tho
wheat cron has been proportion
toly increasod. This is as it
. -. . . . ,. .
.should bo. With tho lacimies wo
now havo for making a first class
grade of flour thero is no reason
-why our farmers should not
lizo good prices for their wheat.
Some papors soom to think thoro
.is bomo sort of a fight going on
tho Guardian and tho
This is certainly a grovious
v-discovered it yot, and thoy havo
y Vicon on duty most of tho time.
Yho Guardian is simply "moving
ti'imktam.ism is booming in all
1 f tho civilized world just
now, .wd thcro is every reason to
beliovo that it will bo triumphant
At tho polls in our next
liaf election. Keop up tho
And Uio campaign of
'Wbion bv Ml means Republican.
J i tb
- ffijlt5 Secretary of tho Navy has
awarded bids for threo new torpedo
,,.4 'Pima tho cood work of
Irailding 1 our Nav' S003 on
SeVKNTEEN U.UOUHAKU uuouuis wi
m M .. I, nil aIa sF
-wheat wfluld havo paid tho Prosi
j..'a atftT" in 1873. To-day it
requires six times as much to pay
only double thfl amount.
; 'v- ,Thb Bulletin can wen wish not iu
ifc;, frmto a "scrap" with tho Guar-
Ir wo wcro tho Bulletin man wo
would never foico an issuo on let
Last week tho Guardian publish tho
a certificate of .good charactor
our District Attornoy, lrom
Josso B. Hays, of Pima. Noxt I
Tho Guardian has been looking
for a letter complimentary to tho
Hullctm man. but it has thus far is
found nono. Certificates of good
charactor in that direction aro indeed
The Tribune is pleased to learn
tho untruth of tho statomont that
Mark Smith has concluded to lo-
cato in Los Angeles. Arizona can
not afford to loso such men
Though always opposed to him politically,
tho editor of this paper
desires to bear testimony to tho
fact that as a friend and neighbor
ono who can bo implicitly trust
ed ho has mot none tho superior
of Mark Smith. If tho democracy
should got control of affairs after
statehood has boon effected, Mark
would represent Arizona in tho
United States Sonato as honestly
and ably as any man could, and
would crivo as cood satisfaction to
tho pooplo 'generally. Floience
In tho commencement of tho
preliminary examination of Thco.
Durrant who is accused of the
murder of two young girls, Minnie
Williams and Blanch Lamont, in
San Francieo, A. 13. Williams tho
father of ono of tho.murdovcd girls
was called as a witness but in his
placo a young woman rushed to ttio
stand and said that no ono should
testify befoio her. Sho gavo tho
uamo of Williams and said that sho
would bo tho on" to judgo Durrani
and ordered him rcawho
tried t 'iffiKNC!'0
i'o'lcfc wis as follows:
Citizens of tiio City and
County oi San Francisco; to the
RcspoHed Gentlemen Tho coming
woman, giftod with high spiritual
power and foi whom tho world
has beon waiting, stands hoie in
your midst. Sho is obliged by
forco of circumstances to mako her-
solf known, first m thopolico court
of San Francisco, for sho Ins corao
to judgo tho hart of man and woman,
through wisdom given by
Christ . No man in tho city and
county of San Francisco is worthy
to sit in judgment during tho trial
of Thoodoro Durrant; thorefoio, I,
Lucy Laura Gould Williamson, do
doclaro, with authority oi God,
theso law proceedings must be
brought to a closo with tho reading
of this letter.
No attempt must bo made by
any person to again arrest
Durrant or again hold him
guilty for murder. I, Lucy Laura
Gould Williamson, through tho
spirit of God, declare Thoodoro
Durrant found innocent befoio tho
judgment seat of God and henceforth
responsible for his actions.
With the greatest lespcct to all
parties and justico to tho prisoner,
Thoodoro Duriant, I am yours.
Lucy G. Williamson.
Lubricating oil at tho Drug Store,
Mr. Burt Nutting who is living
at Magdclona, Old Moxico, has a
forco of men at work building a
now residence in Saffoid. Mr.
Nutting oxpeots to move his family
horo in August or Soptomber.
Tho program as cariied out in tho
Y. M. and Y. L. M. I. A. conference
at Thatcher last Sunday was well
rondorcd and very instructive; tho
instructions given by tho officers
woio good and tho young peoplo
should put them into practice.
John Sims, Will MoBrido, Ira
Porter, and Miss Susio Sims, of
Pima, Mis. Maggio lirinkcrholr,
and Miss Sarah Allrcd, of Thatcher,
started for St. David, on tho San
Podro, in Cochise Co. last Thursday,
in tho interest of tho Sunday
JbTotico for Publication.
Lvid Office at Tucion, A biz ,)
April 21, 1895
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
namtd settler has illod notice of his intention to
mako final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tho clerk of
the District Court at Solomouvlllc, Arizona, on
Juno 3, 1W5, iz
William A. Clark, of Edon, Graham county,
Arizona, for tho S K Y. of N W V, and S Ji of N
HKbcc3and8y K otNWJf Bec2,Tpfi 8 it
He names tho following witnesses to proe
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz
John Waddlond William A Carter, of Matthews,
Arizona, and Thomas A. Fuller and
Wiley Holllday, or Men. Arizona
47Ct KUUKNEJ. 11JIITEL, Register
Ilomostond No. lO'lO.
I..AS.D Office at Tucson, Ariz ,1
March 25th, 1895 i
Notice Is hereby ghen that tho following-named
settlor has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo made before tho Judge of
tho l'robato Court at Solomom Me, Ailzona, on
May 11, 1845, viz, , ,
l'cter II. Mcltridc, Plan, Graham county,
Arizona, for tho W of S W X, Sec U and W X
N W Sic 13 1 p 6 8 R 21 E.
He names tho ro'lowlng witnesses to proe
his continuous resldeuco upon and culthatlon
of said laud, lr
Joseph Foster, James Msckand Thomas
Pima, Graham couut), Arizona, and
William A. Carter, of Matthews, Graham county
Ar,J? EUOENEJ. TRIPPKL.
A wagon road is to bo mado at
onco from McDcrmott's mino to
John Kief, of El Paso, arrived
last Wednesday to spend a fow
days on tho ranch of Ward & Court-
Mr. Wasscrman left for Now
York and Pai is last Monday. Ho
tho owner of tho McDormott
mines, having purchased them
from tho original owner.
Mr. Wassorman, of San . Francis
co, camo in with Mr. II. W. Childs.
Tho peoplo in Cailislo had a large
Hag iloating from a staff on the big
house, celobrating tho arrival ol
Mr. Childs spent Monday in
Duncan with Mr. Colquhoun, the
Gcneial Manager of the railroad,
making airangemonts for the transportation
of supplies, otc,
Moio monoy is in circulation
now about Duncan and Cai'lislo
than thoro has been for years and
tho farmers aro looking for good
times this summer aB thoy will
havo a good market for all farm
Mr. Shockloy has succeoded in
getting a bond on the Alabama
mino and has gdno to Avork on it,
putting ten won to work last Thursday,
and expects to put on twenty
more m a fow days. " Uo is using
all whito labor. He will ship ore
as fast as it is mined.
Georgo McDonald has struck
rich ore in somo claims ho is interested
in at Lost Camp that will
lun very high in silver. Horn & liver
can bo scon ,in threads Avhero
tho lock is fcroken. lie claims
that ho has a two foot ien of such
rock. He brought 30 sacks of tho
oro to Duncan and shipped it by
the fiist train, gomp; along himself
to boo that it did not get lost and
to bo piosent when it is assayed.
C. 11. Wores, assayor of Tucson,
went to Carlisle fromSolomonvillo
'ast Monday, lie rotnrned Wednesday,
and has made arrangements
to l eot an office and sampling
in Duncan; work to commence
on the building atouco. Mr.
Wores s ii s in 15 years experience,
and m ti.ueliug over both Arizona
and Nfw Mexico he has never seen
tho equ il to the Carhslo district
ior uoiii nign ana low graac ores.
Ho predicts a very bright futuro
Carlisle to-day, in our estima
tion, is tno best mining camp in
tho bouthwest. Theio has beon
about fitly oxperts in there this
spring, and every ono of them
claim that insido of threo months
Carhsjo will bo producing not only
a large quantity of high grade oro
but bullion. For j'ears tho few
peoplo who havo been living up
tlioio have been shipping small
quantities of rich oro, and know
tlioio wasplonty of rich rock which
only awaited tho investment of
capital for its development. Capitalists
would not como in, how-over,
on account of tho two largo
mills standing idle. Thoy claimed
that if there was such rich oro in
so largo quantities, it looked queer
to see thoso idle mills. But now
that capitalists havo, invested wo
predict a rush to Cailislo immediately.
A. C. Windham mado a trip to
Safford last week, roturning Monday.
Mr. W. says that there is no
doubt of ,that being the farming
portion of tho county. Ho speaks
very highly of tho valloy in general.
Judge Blake mado a business
trip to Wilcox last Saturday,
and returned Monday. Tho
Judge reports tho peoplo in tho vi
cinity of Wilcox aio shipping cattle
this week, at tho rate of about
1,000 head daily to Kansas and
Montana, and ho boliovcs that tho
shipment will total up to 25,000
or 80,000 head during this month
In the Justices' Court, Treclnct No 10. in tho
County of Graham, Terrltoiy of Arizona
It. SI. TUBUS,
Action brought In tho Justices' Court, Precinct
No 10, In and for Graham County, Territory
of Arizona, bends greeting to It. M. Tubbs,
You aro hereby summoned and required to
appear In an action brought against you by tho
ntimn named Tilalntlffand answer tho comvlalnt
filed with tho Justico of the abovo entitled court
at Central, in tho County or Graham, Territory
or Arizona, within iUe days (exclusive -of the
day ol service) alter the service upon you or
this summons. If served In this precinct, 5 days
but ir served out or tho precinct and within this
county, then within 10 days, ir served out or the
county 15 days, In all other cases within 20
You are hereby notified that lr you rail to appear
and answer tho complaint as required
herein, Judgement by default will be taken
against J ou for tho sum er 877.11 on said account,
and Interest thereon train the first djy
or March, 18J5, at tho rite or 7 perctnt. per
annum, and for costs and dlsbursments In this
bch air expended.
Glun under my hand this 4th day of April,
1895 ISAAC COMBS,
1 Justice of the Peace.
Precinct No 10
I Wish to Announco to the
Publio that I havo
and overhauled my
And am now prepared to
do Good Work.
YOU CAN GET - -
' IN ANY STYLE DESIRED
at my now location on
' , .Boobo's Coiner.
gjfe'bocauso if it , it will
MsM! kT. l - V
itesnsier.. pktmnsm . . w
BSBSSaaBlaiSMS r -'
tr" KmmmtHmS 'S&, "V . -V$
is horoby givin that any porson or
porsons travoling over my road
with a wagon or wagons (except
employes of tho undersigned) shall
pay tho sum ofl,00 for each trip.
Wo can no longer keep tho road in
repair for tho public freo of charge
P. J. JACOBSON.
Silks! Silks! Silks! All kinds of
summer silks at tho Bluo Storo.
Buy Your Goods
at the great
On Main Street,
Thatcher, - - Ariz.
Wo tako in exchango for goods
all kinds of Farm Produco, making
it within tho roach of every ono
to do business with us. Wo keep
on hand all kinds of.
Dreps -:- Goods,
GEOCERIES AND NOTIONS.
Call and sco us and convince
of Our Low Prices.
TYLER, LAYTON and MOODY,
THATCHER, - ARIZONA
Noni' Xlic Doiol,
Our tables aro furnished with best
faro tho country produces. Rooms
Large, Neat, Cool and Clean.
I also keep in connection with tho
Hotel a general stock of
Dry Groodw, ivxid
D Cillers In
A Complete Lino of
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Also a largo stock of r.OOTSnnd SHOrS at
lrom SI 00 to $3 50
We make a specialty of all kinds of
-:- MILLINERY -:-
Also a fine lino of Desirable Tattcrns of
W nil Paper, at from 20 to 40 cents per
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES-
You will always find our clerks nttentlvo to
your wants, and our goods to givo satisfaction.
.T. R- Welker & Co.,
Main Street, LAYTOff.
D S0 1 H S2j7
I Will Sell jly Stock of
7s eg w
O 0 pLOIilli
BHM -4 CO if Im
it a XJj
buuuiuggs. - - inH
Livery Feed and Sale Stables,
Teams in readiness at all hours
Lot by tho day or hour
P. J. Jacobson. 6. P. Jacobson.
IUif.Krr'??!? Va rsKsSAEwStj
IHKwmlsT?52i a ,
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THE LARGEST LUMBER YARD
Iff THE VALLEY.
Gall and Bee Us!
Bills filled at the yards or mill.
Everything kepi necessary to
build a house.
5p?eial Baraips for Qasf?
Remember the Place,
P. J, Jacobson & Sons,,
in all kinds of
PAPER HAtfGUttG A SPECIALTY.
DONE TO OKDEU.
SAFPORD, - - - - ARIZONA.
If you intend to live, you
want to live as cheap as you
can, and save all you can; you
can live well and save twenty
per cent, by buying of
TIIATCHEE, A. T.
Tho highest market prices
paid for farm and dairy
Call and see us and bo
For tho Good things
of this earth go to
Who always keeps In Stock tho
Choicest Brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
Schlitz and Anheuser Beer
Always in Stock.
Saloon opposlto Jennings and Kirtland's Stort
Will bo kept tho standing
season at my corral in Safford.
Service, -- l-CO
This is tho only Thoroughbred
JorsoyiBull in tho Valloj'.
J? 3P. J. Jacobson.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
and NOTIONS, Go to tho
and TOWN "
Farming Machineiy and Implements.
Osborne? a Mo.uers, i Raises a ai?d Reapers,
SELF BINDERS and BIndinff Twine, Spring Tooth and Disk Harrows,
Plows, Cultivators, Etc. A Full Line of
",,s3,' -M- Osborn Machine Extras Always on Hani
Como imil Sco TJ.
fJitf! vm vHR
! Buy iefe al Eastern Wliolesale Prices
I sell for cash and am prepared to give my customers moro for
tho money than any house in Graham County. I havo just
received a completo lino of v
Which will be sold at the closest margin Also a Full line
of SSeus' Clothing, on which I defy competition. I also
have toi'stantly on hand a complete line of
LABXSS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS ana S2I0SS, -Call
at the BLUE STOKE and bo convinced.
Main Street, Safford, Ariz.
22 UBTliaUUB SI
wagon, HORSESHOEING ' 1
CARRIAGE, Qgjffcp ' 3
and REPAIR UllUS 51
&E0. A. LSfEY, Prop'r.
Tifft's Old Stand. SOJiOMONVILLE
a m m B
Successor to M.
A Full and Complete Stock of
Corral and Water1
r te KIIB
The FavOrite Roue to all Points
orth, East and West.
Sec that your tickets read via tho Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Eailway. For any information fares, connections,
otc, call on or address
GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. P. & T. A., Topoka, Kan.
O. II. MOEEIIOUSE, D. F. & P. A., El Paso, Tex.
Ft. Thomas, San Carlos and Globe
LAYTON BROS., . . Proprietors.
Runs Daily Stages between tho above named places.
CARRIES U. S. HAIL. All kinds of Express promptly forwarded.
We aro prepared to carry passengers at all times, and keep extra
rigs for tho accommodation
j t fn)W9mm. i
Jackson Hay Forts, Ertcl Presses.
of drummers and families. m,,1w
S. N. ENSTROM
KEEIS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
A STOCK OF
Reliable Boots & Shdg
lie Is also prepared to afceT am
uoots ana enoes to '.
PIMA, ; - JM