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SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1895.
GOLD BUQ STRATEGY.
Tho board of manager of tho
Carnagio stool company at Pittsburg,
rccontly announced an
to thoir employes of ton jior
cont to tako offoct Juno 1st.
A fow days previous tho board
had declined to mako any advanco
but after a conforonco with tho
English gold bugs of Lombard
street Mr. Carnagio cabled from
bis palaco in Scotland to mako tho
increaso of ten por cont.
Tho purposo of tho gold bugs is
to mako a show of good times returning
and thoroby attempt, if
possible, to stop tho silver movement.
It will not fool the American
people. Tho masses know by
sad oxporionco in thoir busy walks
of lifo how fow tho dollars aro and
how hard to obtain. Tho advanco
of wages to tho Pittsburg mon will
bo welcomed, but as a lesson of tho
gold bugs, it will bo mot by a
thousand object lessons in favor of
tho ftoo coinage of silver on equal
terms with gold. Simply look
.'about us, and every hour yea
every mfnuto of time gives forth
countless lessons for frco coinago
that aro sinking deep into tho hearts
of tho pcoplo of our land.
THE UNFORGIVEN SIN.
An oxchango publishos tho
lowing as part of tho unwritten
history ot ovory community in
A woman trusts and is botrayod
To her botrayor tho hand of ovory
saint and sinnor in tho community
is hold out and tho world smiles at
him in thanksgiving at ono faint
sign of repentance. To tho woman
every faco boars tho frown of hatred
and against hor ovory hand is
uplifted, an Oxilo from homo, an
outcast from society anu a target
for every vilo tongue of slander,
sho struggles along friendless and
unforgiven, even though sho may
repent in sackcloth and ashes und
water nor couch with tears ot an
guish and romorso for years to
como. Tho doors of tho church aro
turned against hor, and tho saints
who sing tho songs of
at tho roturn of her botrayor,
draw thoir robes about thom and
pass by on tho other side when sho
seeks, to return to tho mercy scat.
But Ho who said to tho outcast of
ninoteen centuries ago, "Go and
sin nn moro," takes notico of thoso
Ihings and rojoices moro over tho
rcpentanco of ono unfortunate than
over tho ninety and nine who
strike her down ovory timo she
seeks to regain hor lost estate
and yo shall bo forgiven.
The JDngs brothers, "W. L. Van
Horn, and P. B.McCabo, of Tempo,
'officers of tho defunct Tompo bank,
havo been indicted rocently on a
number of counts. Onoindictmont
charges embozzlomont of 850,000,
and another tho ombozzloment of
1000 head of shcop. Thatisprotty
good for an Arizona accomplishment
but wo onco know of a Now
York man who stolo a cago of full
grown lions at Buffalo, N. Y., and
was caught with tho property in
his possession in Chicago three
weeks later. Tho rocont attempt
of tho Washington city men to
steal tho eaith may bo sot down
-though as tho climax of "norvo"
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ton lias ueciarcu tno mcomo tax
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law , unconstitutional throughout.
wTho Judges stood Ttvo against tho
law and four for it. Thus doos
tho court again stop in to prevent
tho rich from bearing its "reasonable
and just burden of taxation.
An eastern oxchango says that
wheat is higher with a tendoncy
upwards, corn at 45 conts, hogs
$1.25 per hundred, wool 1G conts
being 3 to 5 cents, higher than last
"year, with all imported goods low-
on it would look liko wo woro en-
torini upon an ora of prosperity.
Tur. article written fiom
and signed "Pair Play,"
which appears olsowhoro in our
columns, strikes in the right direction
and slould bo road attentively
Gov. ITooijKb' has issued
1riiiniinn for the dtlO obSOrvailCO Of
M$ Ortll. .. nniAitinl in' Wlfll
appvopriato oxcrcibos throughout
ftJSwturritojy. , '; - K ;
The board of supervisors of Graham
county, despite tho vigorous
protest of District Attorney Jones
have omploycd special counsol to
fight tho county classification law.
District Attornoys aro elected for a
purposo as well as tho Supervisors,
and this purpose, as the law declares,
is to givo legal advice to tho
Supervisors, buttheso officials with
an arbitrary power that was novor
intended by tho lawmaking body,
tramplo upon tho laws and tho
rights of other officials, and conduct
things in a high handed man-
nor. lmtrict Attornoy jones is
fully ablo ano compotcnt to adviso
tho big-headed board of supervisors
and wo think ho ought to enjoin
thom from wasting public funds by
expending it for outsido legal ad
vice, contrary to law and common
Conuessman Shafroth's bold statement
at tho Salt Lako Silver conference,
on tho lGth inst., that unless
tho Republican national convention
shall declaro unequivocally
for froo coinago at a ratio of 10
to 1 and nominuto freo coinago
candidates, tho delegates from Colorado
and other silver states
should leavo tho convention and
repudiate its ticket should bo
echoed throughout every froo silver
Stato in tho United States
Tho Guardian has made a
fight for free silver fiom its first
issue until tho prcsont time and expects
to keep it up until tho final
strugglo is over, which is sure to
bo a decisive victory for frco and
unlimited coinago of silver.
The'Guaudian does not object to
tho Territorial press reproducing
items from its columns, but wo
would suctrest tho propriety of
giving tho propor credit. Tho
Florence Tribune, in its issuo of
May 11th, published an editorial
taken from tho Guardian, under
tho head of tho "Book of Gonesis"
without giving credit, and since
then other papers havo copied tho
samo articlo crediting it to Ex,
"Yo would also suggest to tho El
Paso Tribune that it would bo noth
ing moro than common courtesy to
Civo tho propor credit whon it
publishes articlos taken from our
At a stato convention of Republican
clubs, hold in Portland Oregon,
on "Wednesday last composed
of over 700 delegates, there woro
six dolegates chosen to
represent tho stato at tho Clove
lond, Ohio convention. Tho anti.
silver delegates woro olectod by a
voto of over two to ono over tho
silver men. A resolution calling
for freo coinago at 1G to 1 was overwhelmingly
defeated. Tho future
will provo that tho convention did
not represent a majority of tho
people of tho state of Oregon. Wo
The Guardian subscription list
and number of advertisements is
daily increasing. Tho general expression
is that tho Guardian, in
matter and appearance, has no superior
in Arizona. Its politics too,
as ono of its admirers writes, "aro
especially to bo commonded."
Tho issuo of 10 to 1 is now to tho
front, and will bo forced by tho
peoplo until tho "dollar of 1873"
which stands at tho head of our
columns is restorod to its former
place as tho people's dollar.
The first crop qf alfalfa is all in
the stack, corn is being planted
rapidly, tho harvesting of small
grain crops will commenco in a
fow days, and thero has been plenty
of water in tho river thus far for
all growing crops. Truly tho
outlook for tho valloy this year is
Another idiot has recently jumped
off tho St. Louis bridgo a distance
of 120 foot to tho water. He
is said to havo turned two somersaults
in his descont,alighting upon
his feet uninjured. If ho had
alighted upon his head ho would
still havo remained uninjured so
far as brains are concornod.
Look at tho advertising columns
of the Guardian and sco how thoy
Tho gonial countenanco of Abraham
Diaz was soon on tho SafFord
sti cots several times this wcok.
Dr. Porter was called to Central
Thursday, Mrs. Alfred Cluft had
beon thrown from a wagon and
quite soriously injurod. Dr. Porter
roportcd on his return that Mrs.
ClufT was not dangerously injured,
but was badly shakon up and bruised.
R.A.Allrcd. of Thatcher, who
went to Bisboo lastDecombor on a
six wook's visit and from thoro to
Mesa City whoro ho has been over
since, returned homo ye3teruay,
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II. C. Boono is visiting this section
on business, ho expects his
brother John Boon to arrive this
week from tho cast.
B. B. Adams camo in ono day
last week and has gone again, no
person knows whore, but as ho
can't keop qiiiot long ho will bo
heard from soon.
Mrs. Donby, wife of tho Minister
of China, passed through on a
spoeial train Sunday evening to
visit her son in Clifton, and also
passod out on a special Monday
Mr. Colquhoun, arrived'homo on a
special last Sunday ovoning direct
from Now York.
It rained quite a shower hero last
Monday but not enough to do any
good. "Wo aro now badly in need
of water in tho river and unless wo
got it very soon crops will burn
Wo will havo moro fruit this
year than over boforo.
John M. Crano who used to keop
a saloon in Carlislo visited Dun
can this week. Mr. Crano is down
to look into thojCarlislo boom.
Frank Richardson was in town
last Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Torroll is now ready to mako
his second drivo to Silver City
to ship cattle and will leave Wednesday
Noah Green visited Duncan
Jos. Black bought a now mower
and rako last week from Beobe &
Sullivan of Saflbrd, and arrived
homo with his purchaso last Sunday.
Mrs Homy Hill passed through
to Lordsbug last wcok with hor
two bright girls on hor way to
Los Angeles to placo them in
school thero. Mrs. Hill returned
to Clifton Monday.
Tom Simpson was called to
Chicago to tho bodsido of his wife
who, wo understand, is very ill.
Only last week Mr. Simpson received
a message that his wifo was improving
but sinco that time sho has
become worse and tho doctor wired
for Mr. Simpson to como. Wo
hopo ho will find his wifo much
improved on his arrival in Chicago.
Charles Fottorloy was in town
last week. Charles acted as break-man
on tho railroad several years
Jim Parks went to Lordsburg
and returned again last Tuesday.
Frank Courtnoy just received a
fino 00.00 saddle from Pueblo
with his namo in tho seat of tho
saddlo in largo lottors. Frank is
vory proud of his now purchase.
Mrs. A. J. Smith has been sick
tho past wcok, but is bettor again.
Sho is not ontirolywcll but is much
improved at tho present writing.
J. M. Hackott, tho former school
teacher and preacher, is back on
his old stomping ground, having
arrived hero last Tuesday.
MCUOBIAI. DAY ntOCLAMATION.
Territory of Arizona
Executive Office J
For more than a quarter of a
century it has been tho custom of
our people to observe May 30th as-Memorial
Day, and in harmony
therewith, National and Territorial
legislation has established this as a
public holiday, dedicated to tho
memory of thoso who wrought out
through tho wagor of battlo the
principles that all men arc born
free; that tho States aro members
of an industructiblo union, and that
this Republic shall not perish from
This should bo a day of patriotic
sentiment and lovo of country, a
day which will bo the oil of gladness
to tho wounds caused by tho
torriblo conflict, and if thero be
thoso who would keep alivo acrimonies
engaged by tho war, lot our
invocation bo "Father, forgivo
them for thoy know not what thoy
May all minds bo inspired and
all hearts pulsate with sentiments of
reconciliation and lovo.
"No moro shall tho war cry sovor
Or tho winding rivers be red,
Thoy banish our anger forever
Whon thoy laural the graves of
Under tho sod and tho dow,
Waiting tho Judgment day;
Lovo and tears for tho bluo,
Tears and lovo for tho gray."
Now thercforo I, Louis C. Hughes,
Governor of tho Territory of Arizona,
in viow of tho day and its
purposes do hereby recommend
that tho peoplo observe tho samo
in a bofitting mannor, joining with
tho surviving members of tho Grand
Army of tho Republio in their mo-moral
sorvice, and in strewing
flowers on tho graves of their departed
comradb; thus oncouraging
reflection on tho duties of patriots
in timo of tho countiy's peril, and
animato tho spirit of charity and
reconciliation in timo of peace, that
every section of our Republic may
bo "ono and inseparable."
Dono at Phenix, the Capital,
this 15th day of May, in tho year
of our Lord, 1895.
By the Governor,
L. C. HuonES.
C. M. Bruco, Socrotary of Arizona'.
Mrs. D. W. Wickorshanr and
Mrs. Ruch and daughter Arrived
in town irom Bowio yesterday.
Al. Kompton was a visitor in
town yesterday. Ah says they had
a dandy rain in
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TnE recent rains hero refreshed
things gonorally in Graham
County. Tho rains havo begun at
least a month earlior than usual.
Cheapest Rates. Best Tables.
Thoso desiring first class
Bollo and Bortha XTooso, Fropr's
Board by the Day or "Week
Heals Served at nil Hours
Tho tables aro supplied with tho very best
to be had In the market; all kinds of vegetables
and fruit in season. Families boarded at
special rates. Qlvo us a call and bo convinced.
Lato from San Francisco.
Has opened a new tonsorial
room and will do
!a.!ona?..Hair Dressing :-
In tho Latest City Styles.
SAFFORD, - - - ARIZONA.
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Is still in tho lead with tho finest
stock of Dry Goods and
and all kinds of Repairs.
200 gallons oil, different kinds, will also run 2
Hinders and cut grain for the people. Will be
able to cut and bind 45 acres iu a day. Also expect
to commence grinding new wheat May SO,
and will again mako tho best flour
15 pound dried Raisins 8100
llnest Apricots, dried, 11 pounds, i .... 1 00
14 pounds Rice . ... 100
20 pounds dried Peaches 100
16 pounds One Sugar 1.00
Just received a Fino Stock of
Mens' and Boys' Clothing
Fino suits $1 50 to $0 00, pants, 50c to $2 00
Come, Como always to tho Great
I receive fresh oranges and lemons once each
eek and also tho finest stock of tandy in
Alw aj s take the prize tickets when you
buy anything and get the fine clock Just received.
I sell my goods tho cheapest.
And Now Hero is a Racket
Tho finest Hay Baler to bale hay for the people
Plenty Baling Wire constantly on hand.
There is no question but that the
is tho best.
Main Street, SAFFORD,
I. F. CAMPBELL
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Our tables aro furnished with best
fttro tho country produces. Rooms
Largo, Neat, Cool and Clean.
I also keop in connection with tho
Hotel a general stock ot
Dry Gfoods, GroocrloH ntitl
I Will Sell My Stock of
o o o
Q. o n Lmi
The Best half milo Horse in tho
Valloy. Como and seo his
I expect to stand him tho present
Summer and Fall at my Ranch
Terms: 86 Per Sea&on,
P. J. Jacobson. G. P. Jacobson.
THE LARGEST LUMBER YARD
IN THE VALLEY.
Gall and Bee Us!
Bills filled at tho yards or mill.
Everything kept necessary to
build a house.
5p?eial Barairps for (asr;
Remember the Place,
P, J, Jacobson & Sons.,
A Complete I.iiio of
Ladies' and Gents' Fnrnishlng Goods.
Also a largo stock of BOOTS and SHOES at
from SI 00 to S3 00
Wo make a specialty of all kinds of
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Also a fino line of Desirable Tattems of
Wnll Taper, at from 20 to 40 cents per
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES-
You will always find our clerks attentive to
your wants, and our goods to give satisfaction.
.T. X. "Wellser fe Co.,
Main Street, LAYTON.
If you intend to live, you
want to live as cheap as you
can, and save all you can; you
can livo well and save twenty
per cent, by buying of
ZWDEL & FISH,
THATCHER, A. T.
Tho highest market prices
paid for farm and dairy produce.
Call and see us and bo
For the Good tilings
onms eartn go to
Who alwa s keeps In Stock tho
Choicest Brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
ScWitz and Aniieuser Beer
Always in Stock.
Saloon opposito Jennings and KlrtTand's Stort
Will bo kept through tho standing
season at my corral in Safford.
Sex-vice, - i$l.0.
This is tho only Thoroughbred
Jersey Bull in tho Valloy.
I. .T. Jacobson.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
and NOTIONS, Go to tho
H. O. CBXARSO,
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Did You Ask Me What Was My Pride
Let me tell you, a
Whether you send mo a Watch to ronair or whether von ask for an
Articlo of my Extensive Stock, I
money ana Drains can supply, tfive me a trial and you will know
tho rest. :: :: :: ;; ::
Beebe lb Sullivan,
Farming Machinery and Implements. Jackson Hay Foris, Ertel Presses,4
. AGENTS If OK TIIXS
Osborr a Mouers, t Halves a ar;d Reapers,
SELP BINDERS and Binding Twino, Spring- Tooth and Disk Harrowa,
Plows, Cultivators, Etc. A. Eull line of r
" Osborn Machine Extras Always on Hand.
Como and Seo XJs. Correspondence Solicited.
GEO. A. LNBY, Prop'r.
Tint's Old Stand.
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H. A. Zeckeodorf,
Tucson, - -
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"Watch, Jewelry, and Clock Repairing. Erifrravlnp, Lapldory Work and ?
Jewelry made to order. Work done on Premises. , v
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TO LOCAL MERCHANTS!
"Wliv fionrl "ft n st nv Wpst. fhr vnup frnnfis wliAn wn onn fnmiuli tlnvm
io you ui uoiu3r raius uiaii you cuu
our goods in mammoth quantities.
will bo promptly torwarded to ban
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I sell for cash and am prepared to givo my customers more for
tho money than any house in Graham County. I havo just
rccoived a complete lino of
Which will bo sold at tho closest margiD. Also a Full line
of Mclis' Clothing, on which I defy competition. I also
have constantly on hand a complete lino of
BOOTS and SIT0B3,
Call at th6 BLUE STORE and be convinced.
Main Street, Safford, Ariz.
The Favorite Route to all Points
North, East and West.,
Seo that your tickets read via tho Atchison, Topcka and
Santa Fo Railway. For any information fares, connections,
otc, call on or address
GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G-. P. & T. A., Topcka, Kan.
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Ft. Thomas, San
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Runs Dailv Stages between
CARRIES TJ. S. MAIL. All kinds
Wo aro prepared to carry passengers at all times, and keep etra'
rigs for the accommodation
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wish to givo you the BEST that
LEADING ARIZONA JEWELER,
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uuy lor umcwiicro. wopurcnaso '
All goods consigned to our care $
Carlos and Ixlobe.
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Carlos and Glob
the abovo named places. m
of Express promptly forwarded;
ot drummers and lamnies. I