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ar.r;S''liavo boeomo disgusted at. tho
fc dpn or Apaoho Indians from tho
j9penitcnt!nry and have fonvardad
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uupatidoiir to tho (juauuivn, that t
ami unlimited coinage of
sdlvm. illustrates ouituatiunliby
l,nu unecdol and haVh wu must not'.
ir :.:i..,.i.. tiA.,1 iln
4V:UVitlllIHtl,l pilll'inn " '"
Houky Mountain boar huutqr.wheh
tnt'othig .1 bo ir in a lcyol trail, on
it mountain hirto, with a cliff
mud and a perpendicular precipice
tni tho other. This blur hunter
could neither dodgo to tho right or
and there wan ilo frioiidly tree
Sffil, nothing to do but to light. It
S4irU kuolt down and nindo his
, rtliilo the bear looked on
Sfetv:. "Qb; Lord, 1 am
jUiw lWty yoirs of as0. "nd never
iWWba 1ft Th Wore m all my
', life.' I am not liko tho lJutist,
ynrothodist and Mormon who are
' constantly worrying Thee with all
their little troubles. All 1 h:c to
y. thnt no raoro Indians bo pardoned.
iuv is, if vou are not on my sido
?i bo on tho side of tho bear,
h8Vljj$lQy and my nothing, and
mil sen the d st boar light
aV01t over read about.
TSB good citizens of tiila county
"Tho tsjlvor lJolt savs that every
fcniau to whom tho petition was
I'ficntcd signed it and that one bun
fjdrcd and fifty, names woro append-
cd. Tlioro is a lurgo clement in
Xii'nbani County, who 1'oel, on tho
uuittor of pardoning Indians, aa do
tho people of Gila. Tho
of Indian atrocity in thi"
county g iv fo0 forsympatbet,
fi to app ls for exoeiitiyo clemency
i.y n mi utKviit vii gwiwiu
",'1 ')lea it ia safo to say that wlien an
Indian from tho San Carlos rcsor7
Nation, becomes ah Inmate of tho
pcnal institution at Yuma ho should
remain there until released by
What concerns tho TJnitod States
''id that the peremptory demand of
European power on an American
republic to pay down an amount
for an alleged oifonco has been accompanied
by an occupation of
territor3" and a seizuro of resources.
k With such a precedent, why may
not England, at somo futuro time,
when sho chooses to domand a
hundred times as much of a weak
American republic, and when thcro
vill exist a real inability to raiso
tho sum fixed upon as indemnity
.for an alleged offence, occupy for a
prolonged period tho soil of that
republic, and pocket its rovenuos?
Oi.n things havo passed away.
4row issues uro before tho
Ttivo political parties of tho
Tho force bill is a thing of
the past; tho tariff is, for tho timo
being a dead is3ue. Tho free and
unlimited coinage of silver at tho
ratio of 1G to 1 is tho living, burning:,
absorbing and overshadowing
issue of tho hour. Tho wholo
country is awake to tho fact and
tho voieo of tho pooplo will bo
Iieard iu no uncortain tonos.
Tub arrest of John Beck, a Mormon
millionaire and prominent
business man in Utah, on a chargo
of unlawful cohabitation, has ere-
atod a profound sonsation in Salt
Lake. It is anticipated that the
arrest of other prominent parties
will follow, and that it is a scheme
ti and a political plott, devised by un-
.scrupulous politicians to defeat
equal suffrago and statehood.
Onk hundred and six years ago
lasUTuesday, George Washington
was inaugurated as first Frosidont
-of tho United States. In commemoration
of that event thoro has
tooen orocted in Washington Squaro
New York, an arch, which was un
veiled, with appropriate ceremonies,
on tho 30th. It was erected
"1y public subscriptions which ag
Vice-President Stovonson is
apokon of as a man who would
ign a free coinago bill if it Wcio
presented to him, but Mr. Stovon
son will havo to mako a pronounced
and public confession of tho
faith that is in him before ho will
' - ha taken into tho fold. Half way
auoii must go to tho rear.
JliE fight for frco coinago in 111-
ispromifios to bo greater than
TvAHohtical ii&htiwacodSlinj that
Jfias Com ()' Neil, who has been
iMting tne famiiy of .Justice.! udia,
for some weekb, returned to her
homo -at Fort Thomim Sunday.
I'rgoiioy ol piolossional engage
ment permuted Dr. Jlolkr
vho euiite down (Vmn Clifton to si e
J)r. ('oilman, to lonntin but a few
Since the ahum of small-pox was.
heat din Solomon villo, there luta
bfen quite an exodus from town.
Mrs. W. .!. TarksMi&se Jennie and
Dolly and Howard leit Sunday to
sojourn for t'ie time being
Cionega. M"rs. Tyson and
family and XH-v Lula Olney and
her two brothers have departed
for the samo place. Geo. A. Gluey
has taken his family to Bonitu.
Solomomille on Sunday,
tho 28th. by Justice J F.Judia
Thomas Southloo and Mrs. Mary
Mc'Kiney of Fort Thomas.
Tho oflleinls at the Court House
are not crowded with official
Somo of them uro in tho
cradle of uneortuinty and await
anxiously the determination of tho
tpiestion raised as to the validity
of Jioube Bill No. !), Which ho seriously
atfectes their compensation.
Tho o citings "are yet delightfully
cool and days not oppressive.
George Gamblo was elected
school trustee at Clifton, defeating
Henry Hill. An unusually large
vote was cast and much interest
Countv Recorder Leon has been
requested by C. T,
allurgist and Mining
Tucson to furnish him the name oi
parties in this county who hae
copper propoi ties to sell. Mi.
Gooding knows of parties who
to invest in copper mines in
Graham. What's tho matter with
the Lono Star district, which although
only partially developed
gives promiGO of inagnilicent proportions
when capitol is directed
in that disection.
Dr. George E.
health officer, arrived in
on the tiain Tuesday
morning and loturncd to Tucson
in the afternoon. Tho Dr. had
been informed by Sheriff Wijjht, by
wuO, that some casos of
had boen reported in tho vicinity
of Solomom ille and his advice asked
as to tho proper course to protect
Ho responded promptly and his
instructions have been complied
with. Tho Dr. says that there
seems to bo no reason to fear that
tho health of tho community will
be endangered, if prudent meas
ures aro adopted and sanitary regulations
strictly followed. Tho
suggestions uuido by Dr. Good-fellow
will bceomothelawso far as
the Sheriff and his deputies can
they will bo enforc
ed. for they aio determined men.
Wo aro authorized to stato that
there is not a easo of small-pox
within four miles of Solomonvillc.
Somo distance above San Jose theio
is a family, recently from Mexico'
whoro thoro aro three cases. Two
of which aro convalocont, tho othtr
a now case. Tlioir piaeo oi
is closoly guarded and ingress
or egress provonted, except by consent
of legal authority. Tho wants
of that family aro attended to by
tho County authorities, and no danger
from that quarter is to bo reasonably
Geo. A. Olnoy and J. L. Reaves
visited Camp Arcadia last week.
Mr. Olnoy returned witn hislamily
Saturday, from tho camp where
they had been sojourning for several
Luther Grecn.'who has not been
entirely well ninco ho served on tho
Grand Jury, visited Camp Arcadia
last Saturday, for a brief outing.
Shoriff Wight and Under Sheriff
Smith havo been very prompt having
quarantined houses whore
thcro was reasonable ground to
fear that small-pox did or might
Thcro should bo a pest house
established by tho authorities in
tho vicinity of tho county soat. A
sudden emergency might arise when
least expected. Our contiguity to
Moxico renders us liable to infect
ions descascs at any time.
Sberifi Wight and Will Parks
visited Camp Arcadia Sunday for
the first timo. Thoy may move
their families to that resort during
Road Master Noah Green thinks
that in a short timo ho will havo
tho "middle road" from tho county
scat down the valley in good
It has been impassablo for
nearly a year and tho convenience
of tho public would bo greatly
by having it opened to
County ClUHMlllcntlon Suit Uegun.;
Tho action for the enforcement
of tho County Classification Bill
ha begun in this County. On Thursday
last tho District Attornoy
filed a complaint maktng the County
of Graham and tho District At
tornoy plaintiffs and Sheriff Wight
and Assessor Jlicholona dolcnuonts.
It asks that Mr. Micholcna bo required
to deliver all books and papers
out to Mr. Wight and cease
from acting as assessor, and that
Mr. Wight bo required henceforth
to perform all tho duties of tho as
pago will' bo found
Lun lloofe'got his hand caught
in a i;rain ci usher and mushed it
so that he wijl be umtblo to do anj
woik witii it for some months.
No bones were broken but it was
Chas. Va ennort snout one day
in town lyst week.
1) Sullivan, representative of the
Sun Francisco Chi onicle spent one
day m town last week.
e. Angel held sew ices in the
school houre last Sunday and will
hold services lun o again
All aie invited to attend. Rev.
Angel, although a young man,
makes a very inteiestmg talk, and
one does not tiro while listening to
Hon. Chas. M Shannon went
Clifton last week.
R. Hai t and II. Classen spent
threo days in this vicinity last
Week. They weio gathering cattle
Wo are going to havo a wedding
Carlisle is gently, yet sin el v tak
ing on a boom.
Mr. Redfoid, of the Continental
Oil Co. went to Cailisle Monpay
to sell tho new company a bill of
Apolonio Cusados has sold out
his stage line between heio and
Carlisle and left, with his family,
for his old homo last Saturday.
Mr- Munn bought tho stage and
stock and will order another now
hack for tho line. Mr. Munn is an
old stager and understands his business.
Thoy say: Jim Nicks has a
now suit of clothes and that they
lun o been "wet" several times.
That we had another wind Sunday.
That Carlisle has a meat market
and a lodging house.'
That alfalfa will not bo ready to
out befoio the middlo of May.
That thcro is another new big
deal to bo mado in Carlisle, which
means another mill.
That McDonalds ore run three
thousand dollars to tho ton.
That a. Sunday School bo .started
Mr. DoiiHon, of Donvor, connected
with the raven property at
Cai'lisle, spent Monday in town.
S"ven car-loads of copper passed
tlnoiiL'h here to last
Mrs. JanH's Tong, of Carlisle
went to Clifton Monday.
Mrs. S. W. Massoy will leave
hero to.day for Moxico, to join her
husband, who left in March last.
Tho liver at this point is quite
low. There is plenty of water for
tho farmers yet but unless wo have
rain soon we aro afraid crops will
bo very short this year. It looks
liko it might rain every afternoon
but it fails to come.
Thcic is a great deal of freight
going to Carlisle. Almost daily
wo notice teams leaving for that
point with a largo lot of
In tlm llhtrlrt Court. Second Itullclll District
Terrltorj of Arizona, iu and for the County of
Wm T- Ilasriin and Sarah J. Hasan, co Tiart
tiers, doIiiR limitless under the Arm uamo of
Ilagan ami company, riainuua.
The Gold Bullion Mining Company, a corporation,
Dy irtue of an execution Issued out of tho
abo o named court on the 2nd day of M y, 18 )j,
and to me as ShcrlfTduij directed and delK ered
on a Judgment rcnderulmtald court in faor
of tlioplalntllTs in the aboo entitled action for
the sum of Seen Hundred and
Dollars aud riltcen tents, (725 15) with Sixteen
Dollars utrest, together with aicrued costs
ofsuit, amounliugtoslxtj dollar1!, and accruing
costs, I did on this 3d da) of Maj , lt9o, levy
immi flm folloulni? dpseribed oronertv. situated
in the Greenlee Oold Mouulaln Slluing District
in said Graham County, Arizona.
One lumber house, three rooms. One stove
cooMug outfit, etc , Two cainass houses, One
lumber house two rooms; One aaycr's outfit
complete, Two assiyer's scales. One assacr's
furnace Tort) sc en boards lxl2H, Ono Marshal
gold mill, Ono sller plaKd plate, Ono
englue' One boiler: Ono wire table Ono
lot ol netting, une pump, one 101 onw men pipe
One lot of Hat irons, Ono Grind stone; One mill
hou.eIthottrithsng pertaining thereto, 125
feet 18 inch plpo used as oro shutes, Forty.cords
wood, more or Its'; One Gates crusher, completo
with building, Three ore cars; One thaln, block
aud tackle lime miner s shoels Twelve pul
les One lot 1 Inch pipe; Ono lot casting One
lot three inch pipe S-ix bluke b )cs One I nglish
saddle.lotof tools, betting, harness, talves,
hose pipe, long's pipe cutters, etc. One blacksmith's
outfit. Two tents; One bay hor&e, Ono
Also tho following described real property,
recorded as follows-
Gold Bullion lso. !, Book? Record of Mines
MrRt I.ncatlou. book V. record of mines n 33H
Wonderful, book?, record of mines, pago 337.
Gold Bullion, book 7, record of mines, pago
liast Location, book 7, record of mines p 339.
Oold Vault l'later " V " " " p3IO.
o 2,book 7 record of mines
Oold Vault Flacer No 3 book 7 record of mines
Gold Bullion 'o2 book 7 record of mines p3i3
" " a " 7 13I1
All of the abov o mentioned nronertv is situat
ed In Justice rrcciuet No 3 Graham County Arizona
and all of (.aid peisonal Property, machine
rj , mills, etc , being suuaiui upon me
r, nl urniiprtv. All of said records
of mines being In the oflhe of the Co ltecorder of
Graham count, Arizona, reierencu iu i
said records Is hereby made for a more particular
description of said mining locations.
1'ubllc notice Is hereby gl en that I will at
tho north door of tho Court Houso In the town
of Solomont Ille, Graham county, Arizona, at
the hour ofS o'clock p. m on tho 27th day of
Maj,lS93, sell at public auction to tho highest
bidder for eash, iu lawful money, the aboe
described property of the defendant, or a sufficient
amount thereof to satlsfj said judgment
and all costs of salt.
bherlll of said County,
I Wish to Announce to the
Public that I have Refit-ed
and overhauled my
And am now prepared to
do Good Work.
YOU CAN GET
1$ ANY STYLE DESIRED
at my new location on
' , ." I'Rnohft'aH Corner.
HI, , , 1
is horoby givin that any person oi
persons traveling over my road
with a wagon or wagons (except
employes of the undersigned) shall
pay tho sum ofS1,00 for each tup.
Vvro can no longer keep the load in
repair for tho public free of chaige.
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Silks! Silks! Silks! All kinds of
summer silks at tho Blue Store.
Buy Your Goods
at fche great
On Main Street,
Thatcher - - Ariz.
Wo take in exchango for goods
all kinds of Farm Produce, making
it within tho reach of every one
to do business with us. Wo keep
on hand all kinds of.
A Completo Lino of
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Also a large stock of BOOTS and SIIOKS at
from $1 CO to $3 50.
Wo mako a siicclalty of all kinds of
-:- SHLLINEKY -s-
Also a fine line of Desirable ratterns of
Wall Taper, at from 20 to 40 cents per
PEICES TO SUIT THE TIMES-
You will always find our clerks attentive to
jour wants, and our goods to give satisfaction.
.T. It. Wclkcr & Co.,
Main Street, LAYT0U. ,
Pwfk i 62HESlp!& I F
I Will Sell My Stock of
fc i w jt
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Hoots lllltl SllOOH,
GHOCKIUKS AND NOTIONS.
Call and see us and convince j
of Our Low Prices.
TYLEE, lAYTOH and MOODY,
THATCHER, - ATUZONA
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Our tables arc furnished with best
faro tho country produces. Eooms
Large, Neat, Cool and Clean.
I also keep in connection with the
Hotel a general stock of
Ui'y GoodH, GroocrlcH and
'wiy, v',v ?- ,; : 'r'r;y "SSp8 ,w r'Mrf' "waM.
Fast Horses. Good Riggs " Z - wk
Beeoe m? Xuilivan, - M
3$mT$rATm$ rimers n. JH
Livery Feed and Sale Stables,
Teams in readiness at all hours
Let by the day or hour
P. J. Jacobson.
G. P. Jacobson.
THE LARGEST LUMBER YARD
IN THE VALLEY.
Gall and See Us!
Bills filled at the yards or mill.
Everything kept necessary to
build a house.
5peial Barairps for Qasr)
Kemember tho Place,
P. J. Jacobson & Sons.
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PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
Scenic 3? ai rating-,
DONB TO OIIDKR.
SAFFORD, - - - - 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 savo twenty
per cent, by buying of
T1IATCUER, A. T.
Tho higheit market prices
paid for farm and dairy produce.
Call and bee ns and be
For the Good things
of this earth go to
Who alwajs keeps in Stock tho
Choicest Brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
'ScMitz and Anbenser Beer
Always in Stock.
Saloon opposite Jennings and Kirtlaud's Store
Will be kept through the standing
season at my corral in Saflbrd.
Sex-vice, - Jl.GO.
This is the only Thoroughbred
Jersey Bull in tho Valley.
I?. .J. Jacobson.
FOK AM. KINDS OF
and NOTIONS, Go to tho
II. O. CIILABSOK,
. JOB WORK Z", .
.s utA?.&&&fflmsa& 1 M
S 17QT A T'CS rlH
8 a j h a i i j '&i-mm
farming Macnlnery and Implements. Jackson Hay Forks, Ertel Presses
AGENTS XOIt THIS
Gsborr A Mpuers, Raises a ar;d j B,eaprs,
SELF BINDERS and Bindlnir Twino, Spring Tooth and Disk Harrows,
Plows, Cultivators, Etc. A Fall Lino of
unci Sec Uks.
Osborn Machine Extras Always on Hand.
Coi'i'CHpondcnuc Solloltcil ,
I sell for cash and am prepared to give my customers "more for
the money than any house in Graham County. I have just
received a complete line of
Which Avill bo sold at the closest margin. Also a Full lino
of Hens' Clothing, on which I defy competition. I also
havo constantly on hand a complete line of
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS?;
BOOTS and SHOES,
Call at the BLUE STORE and be convinced.
Main Street, Sailord, Ariz.
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SPiwir' fwgmwy thtarticleslpfjincorporption ofitlicy wrvj SJ. J3 - j. arBussoli: SV4 GULteDIANlplJCEl HHHMvHNtTl c & - a
See that your tickets read via the AtchisoX Topeka and
Santa Fo Railway. For any information fares, connec
tions, etc, call on or address
S. N. BNSTRQ
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAS
A BTOCK OF
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GEO. T. NICIIOLSONG. P. & T. A., Topeka, Janfe
C. H. MOREHOUSE, D. F. & P. A., EPaso, Tex.
Ft. Thomas, San G'arlos and Glqb
STAGE liINE jj
LAYTON BROS., . . Proprietors
TJntw Dailv Staires between tho above named places
CARRIES IT. SMAIL. All kinds of Express promptly forwarded
Wo aro prepared to carry passengers at all tunes, and Keep extra
rigs for the accommodation of drummers and families.
. . ,-, ,
G. B. McOARTY,
h "I 1
Reliable Boots & SMes
Ho Is also prepared to make
ltnAtu mill Klton !n nnll J
PIMA - Ar
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C3 11 m ol f 1 1 lfij 1 1 1 fJ !
NG, and REPAIR UllUI m
ABO. A. OLHIY, Pjrop'r. .. g
Tiffi's Old Stand. SOLOj(tONTg 3
Successor to M. A. leahy. II jfe. Hsfef
FORT THOMAS, - Ar3B
A Full and Complete Stock of i- 'MJgM&BL
i and CrairaS? WlU
fish, . Vf; w
Free Corral and Water W
For Teamsters. J)K M
THE POPULAR CSM
' u ,a'V: MBRmm
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The FavOrite Roue to all POint '. 1mm
Nnrth. Ea&t mid West!'
Ctadfi (HU Q a KlviAi iWV3r a " '"" " "" ,' .. HHf
1 3 t.j $SBEn.