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VVJU. JL. VJ. JL Yl SAFJFORD, GRAHAM COUNTY, ARIZONA, JUNE 28, 1895. ESTABLISHED 1895 a
L Official Directory Graliam County
Councii Burt Dunlap
AwkT.TniDi iTitar flAri !llnnAi TAtnni Viol,
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:uoaro or fturxm isur.s
Henry 11111, 1'lmlrmau, Clifton
F W. Hays, lie ralier, Tort Griuit.
A It. Dennett, Member, Saflbrd.
II. L. Smith, Clerk, Silomon illo.
untiiin Arthur A. Wight, SolomouUle
nEtkjr.DFK Manuel I.con, fcolomonville.
TiiElsuftKii rrsnt Solomom llle.
' District CLKnK 11 11. Adams. Solomom Mo
.Dm. Atty. Wiley K Jones, Solomom Illo
PnoniTn Jnnnr (lrn fluff. RnlniYlnnvlllo.
S Sum jj or Samnel Logan, Solomouvllle.
Assf?OK Pedro Jlkhclein. Solomom illo.
G, Y. 6, & li RAILROAD,
ISctn ceil ROWIK nml VOllT THOMAS
Tafclns effect May 31st, at 1,00 l. m
Ko. 1. No.
G 20 a m It Tort Thomas j Ar 5 40 pm
.,! .. . T .. MathcwsUUo I L 5 ft) pm
'h Lv 4 65
17. .a.m -Ar Tima . pm
'7,a.m .Lv Ar 4 23 pm
;S).,im..Lv .,,. .Central... , Lv 4 11. pm
i'w..am. I.v ..Thatcher ." Lv.4 01 pm
b&'iPha.m Ar Lv S 50. pm
ian ,u Ar 3 SO pm
S8M3..a.m .Ar !. Solomon . . L 3 10. pm
I 5J..(iin Lv Ar 2 55 pm
i 21,. a.m Lv .Kail N Ranch t .Lv 2 25 pm
t'.am Lv lllg Wind Mill t . Lv 2 11 pm
.a.m Lv .llailsy's Wells X Lv 2 00 pm
.a,ni .Lv O. V. O.&N.js. I Lv 1 10 pm
v00,.a.m .Ar Howie 2 Lv 1 OO.pra
Trains Nos 1 and 2 run dally except Sunday,
Southern Pacific Jl. II. at Bowie
all points cast and west, nnd utli Lajton's
i'faee line nt Vtrt Thomas for San Carlos, Globe
.Vt'ity and Tontullaslrt
Station? havo no agents
-'' I Telegraph Stations
Tho Company rasnves tha right to ary this
' 'schqdnlo as eiri umstnueei may require.
V. 31. GARLAND, VicaUlent.
i'; BzoiialiTTSr laiiwayj
J. ' 2? S Time
Si'flnlnr w n CS 3 T?rt.
is! 12 t0 m tLds'burgJ 10 20 am
51" 00 p m T&ummu 0 20 a m
M OU p in Arnnnrair 820am
fa 10 p m Lv Duncan 8 10 a m
2 S5 I in t bheld'nf 7 15 am
2 43 p m t vorks ' 7 SSam
i u p ni 7 25 a In
r ;i 2a p m iCorouado ' 7 10 a m
S3 KS P m ts Siding 0 45 a m
;J4 00 p ra n Sidlnc 0 40 am
a au p m Ar Cllrtout o 13 a m
S&Tralus run daily except Sunday
re Stop on Signal t Lcavo J Arrho.
sir ', TiiUliiSSSlUHAJj.
Dr. M. E. Brenner,
iSAFFOUD, - AKIZONA
fmako good falso plates from $10 00 up. Teeth
positively exiraciou pain.
UFFU'K Jiuuna; v 10 it a, m, a 10 p, iu.
W. B. Fonda,
Juttlceof the Tcaee,
fr.SAFFOUD. - - ARIZONA
oeelal attention given to collections
'sFWater rights bought and sold.
Draws deeds contracts nnd all kinds of legal
papers Titles cxamlueu ana abstracts
iBarnes & Martin,
i TUCSON, ARIZONA
Jiley E. Jones,
JSOLOMONVILLE, - - ARIZONA
KTractieos in all Federal and Territorial Courts
rAVnnprftl law business conducted and suocial
Tatteutiou glcn to Water Rights, Land and
ft L B. Goodwin,
V Attnrnov lit Ijiu.
. ROI.OMONVILLE. ARIZONA.
flVactlccs In all Federal and Territorial Courts,
JiE. J. Edwards,
Attornoy at Tmxt,
V GLOBK, - ARIZONA
Attom1 lhn l)ltt Court of Graham Countv
and practices in all the Courts iu Arizona.
'J. J. Egan,
Attorney nt I.mv.
CLIFTON, - ARIZONA.
rO'lHce In the Arizona Copper Co's Building west
side or me river.
5'Jos. II. Lines,
Justice of the Pence,
ft riMA, - - ARIZONA
Conveyancing done and all kinds of legal pa-i
i Pors drawn.
rhyslclun anil Surgeon.
I'lMA, - - ARIZONA.
Calls answered promptly day and night,
OSlce, Main Street,
Safford Drug Oo 9
E. T. IJAMS, - - Manager.
And overythjng usually kopt in a
ICHAS. II. PORTER, M. D
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LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Items of Local Interest Gathered by
Reporters on their Bounds.
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN
Ilrcozy TJttlo Notes of General Interest
ricked up Here nml There
"W. E. Beck, of Clifton, was in
tho city this wcok on business.
lr.t Tim Guardian.
Indications aro that tho Thomas
colcbration will bo a groat success.
Dan. II. Ming, of Thomas was
in tho city this Avoclc.
llr. and Mrs. Gcorco Hoops, of
Thatcher stalled for St. David ,on
Tuesday last. " t f
Jcsso B. TTaycs, of Pima, passed
through SaiFord, Wednesday, en
route 1o Solomonvillo.
J. T. Owons Ireops tho finest lino
of shoes in town. 4-20 tf
All arrangements havo been completed
with tho Globo base ball
team to plaj' tho Athlotic's at
Thomas on the fourth of July.
A full lino of Millinery Stock at
T. T. Huntor.s. ,
Sovoral of our townsmen were
summoned to tho "liub" this wook
as witnesses and jurymen in tho
case of Palm vs McCarty.
Marriago lisenco wore issued this
week byJudgoCluff to Mr. Sotli
Johnson and Mary Anderson Mr.
Sam'l Norton and Miss A. Holy-oak,
all of Pima.
Whilo at work on tho roof of his
house on Wednesday! last, Wm.
IKirtland mashed tho third finger
o his left hand very badly, which
isvjausing him a. great deal of pain,
Dr J. S. Dodgo, who recently
arrived from tho cast, paid Thomas
a visit last Monday for tho pur
pose of seeking n suitable place to
locate. Ur. Dougo comes among
us wollrocoiiimended, and wo hope
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valloy will suit him.
Sunday tho 29th will bo tho last
practico day bofoio tho fourth of
July, and every member of tho
Athlctio base ball club is requested
o moot at Thomas for their final
practico on Sundady. Como out
boys, and lot us got in a good
I can euro you of tho tobacco
habit for 2.50. I guarantee No-To-Bao
to euro you. Call at my
storo and buy 2.50 worth and if it
docs not euro you I will rofund tho
money, if you follow my directions.
T. T. Owens.
E. T. Hubbard was in town on
Tuesday last and informed us that
tho Blair" & Hubbard roller
flour mill will commence running
on Tuesday noxt. Thoy havo purchased
a steam ongino and oxpect
to do a big business this year.
Thoy aro nrtw paying tho casli mar
kot prico for wheat.
Tho Robinson boj'S have, recommenced
work on their mamoth hall
at Thatcher and oxpect to comploto
it in tho near future. A good public
hall' is something Thatcher is
badly in heed of. As, since Mr.
Allred has converted his hall into
a storo, Thatchor is entirely destitute
of a house for amusomont, except
tho Academy building which
was not built for that purpose
A strangecaso is roportcd to bo
troubling Tucson physicians at tho
present time. A lady was brought
in from Mammoth a fow days ago
who was suffering from noso blooding,
which had been bothering her
then for two days, and sho could
not find rolicf. Tho physicians
horo have thus far been unablo to
stop tho Idcoding, oxcopting for a
littlo whilo ata timo, and then by
drastic measures, She says that
such troublo is common in her
Up in Idaho a coronor's jury (so
far as known still unhanged)
brought in a verdict of suicido in
tho caso of a foreman who had been
found dead shortly after tho miners'
had ordered him to lcavo. When
found an rtx was buried in tho back
of hi9 head. Tho difficulty of in
dulging in suicido by this mothod
is so apparent as to oxcito a nat
ural query as to which juryman
owned tho ax. "Window Mail.
A. A. Schworin, of Solomonvillo
was in tho city on Monday last
Mi . Schwerin is tho owner of some
of tho best mining prospects in the
county. Thoy aro located about
24 milos northwest of Thomas, and
with ono days work a loaded wagon
can bo driven to tho mino, where
a fine spring furnishes water. Ho
has had an assay mado of oomo of
tho oro which resulted as follows.
Location No.l 3-10 oz. gold, 1-2 oz
silver, location No. 2 7-10 oz gold
1 1-10 oz silvor location No. 3, CI,
H oz gold silver, 8 oz. ThoLoro
from :tho last .named -".location
amounts in Value-' to6 $126.80 l
"Throw Up Your Hnmls!"
A good ono on Jim Parks reached
us from Clifton this week.
It appears that somo horses had
been stolen in Now Mexico and officers
fiom Silver City had tracked
tho thiof into Clifton. After ascertaining
that tho man thoy wanted
was in tho camp thej' wont to tho
ranch of W. E. Beck and he went
into town and notified Deputy
Sheriff Parks that tho officers wished
to seo him, and ho went to tho
ranch and hold an intorviow with
them, received a discription of tho
man wanted and started back to
town to mako tho arrest, followed
soon after by tho Officers.
Ho learned that his man was in
tho barber shop, but when ho arrived
thero tho man was in tho barber
chair and Jim did not recognize
him. Tho Silver City, officers
by this time had reached tho barber
shop and had stationed themselves
on the outside.
Whon Jim did not find his man
in tho houso ho started for tho outside
again and just as ho reached
tho door on.o of tho officers on tho
outside dodged behind a tree, and
it being night and his sizo corresponding
with that of tho fellow
wanted, Jim threw his gun down
on him and ordered him to throw
up his hands. Tho officer tried to
remonstrate. "Throw up your
hands," cried Jim, "or I'll bore
you," and up went the officer's
hands like a rocket. Ho was then
compelled to como from bohindtho
tree, when ho explained that although
his looks and actions might
correspond'with tho man wanted
ho was an officer and not a thief.
Doputy Parks gavo him a short
lecture about dodging behind trees
and allowed him to tako his hands
Jim felt that ho had been badly
sold, but not to bo battled by ono
fnliiivo ho re-entered tho shop and
located hi? man ii tho brbov ,-;,
with tho harbor leaning ovcl' him,
giving him a clean shave. "Throw
up your hands," said tho big
at tho samo timo poking an
ugly-looking six-shooter into his
face. His hands wont and t.
mvV. JLXia UdllUO tlUJJb up illlU LIIU
NU.i UVi JVUU1UU over backwards,
naravjniowing whether Jim was
iV II Mlrt ll,.Vll.l.l U.1J.
after himorjltajiorso thief.
Jim offered to treat" fluPSvhole
town twice if no one would tell it
on him, but it finally got out.
rrnlt nml Health.
Tho liberal use of fruit has al
ways been recommended by lead
ing doctors as conductive to health,
and is known to possess curativo
medical properties vaiying in the
different varieties. Evory littlo
whilo Jhc medical profession makes
now recommendations regarding
tho uso of some particular kinds of
fruit for certain diseases. Among
tho latest suggestions on tho sub
ject aro tho following, which ap
peared recently in the Medical
World. It saA's that tho pomelo is
almost as good as quinine for ma
larial troubles, and pineapple is a
suro euro for sore throat. Tomato
es aro porfect liver regulators they
contain a largo proportion of mercury.
Oranges act on tho kidneys
very bencficiallyjlemonsand grapes
aro ciiicacious in curing and pre
venting cancerous troubles. Water
cresses act on tho lungs; and aro
said to bo a euro for incipient consumption.
Thoy certainly havo
marvelous tonic power and refresh
ono after great fatigue. A diet of.
grapes as a cnrcall has been proved
valuable in hundreds of case-), and
if taken in time, a caso of jaundico
can bo cured bj' eating nothing but
lettuce and lemon juieo. Free Fress.
Mr. A. Stewart lost a pair of
double eye glasses in Safford a fow
days ago. Tho finder of tho samo
will confer a favor on Mr. Stewart
by leaving thow at this office.
In another column will bo found
H. A. Zeckendorfs new ad. Mr.
Zeckendorf carries tho largest stock
ofjowclry, watches, clocks, diamonds
&c, of anj house in tho territory.
NOTICE Or DISSOLUTION.
Public notice is heroby given
that the partnership heretofore
under the firm name of Fonda
& Patton, and doing business at
Safford and Globo Arizona is dissolved
by mutual consent from and
after this dato. And all bills duo
to and from tho Safford House will
bo settled by and with W. B. Fonda
and all bills duo to and from the
Globo House will bo settled by and
with J. F. Patton.
W. B. Fonda.
T. F. Patton.
RANCH roil 8ALU.
Eighty acres of improved land
twTo miles from Safford, patented
thirty acres in alfalfa,
acres planted in corn, comfortablo
adobo dwelling, best well of water
in tho valloy, irrigation facilities
unsurpassed, water cannot fail un
til tho Gila river goes dry. The
ranch will pay the purchaso money
in two years from tho alfalfa alonp.
- Apply to ,
&S' 'XiB. GooDW'N.Solomonv
Enters tlieHenil ofa Girl mid Results In
A littlo daughter of
John Well worth, a trustee of Washington
Township, died last night,
tho result of a peculiar
Sho was running through
tho garden when sho fell on her
face. Scrambling to hor feet, sho
immediately complained of something
causing her head to throb.
The pain soon became worse, and a
physician was called, who was
to diagnoso tho cause. Tho
child grew worso and died four
hours aftor tho accident in great
An examination of her head was
mado from tho nose, and a largo
giecn gooseberry was found in a
small recess far back in tho head.
Tho caso is a peculiar and rare one.
Tho only theory which can bo
at is that in falling tho "berry
was introduced into tho child's
nose, and by drawing her breath
quickly, as ono will do in such an
instance, tho berry was drawn into
tho head. Tho goosoborry is about
tho sizo of a small hickory nut.
Sovoral weeks ago B. Mullor and
wife, whoso home is in New York
came to Phenix, tho former suffering
with consumption, after having
traveled all over California
Aftor arriving at Phenix tho
seemed to regain strength,
but in their travels they had spent
most of their savings, which seemed
at times to weigh heavily on tho
mind of Mr. Mullor, Ho had boon
heard to remark on several occasions
that ho wished ho was dead,
but Mrs Mullor attached no importance
to the remarks until ono day
last wcok ho started down town
when sho askeJ him where ho was
goiflg and ho replied that lie would
be back in an hour. But tho hour
passed, then noon, night and morning
camo and still ho did not return
and Mrs, Muller became almost
frantic. Searching parties
were organized nnd for several
days searched the surrounding
feountryand dragged tho canals for
mu jinssiiirriiian. anu nnaiiy jounu
his body a short distance from tho
Salt River canal with -a bullet holer
through his head and the following
letter in ono of his pockets:
"To tho Coroner: I commit
because I am sick with con
sumption and my monoy is nearly
all gone. Plcaso give mo a cheap
ounai. I tneu poison but it would
Under tho above a lino was
drawn and tho following addressed
to Mr. Bell, at whose houso he had
"To Mr. Boll, 127 West Adams
street: Plcaso seo that my wife
gets off tQ.Now York just as soon
as possible. Good-bye.
Grand recursion on July 4th.
The G. V. G. & N. Railroad
will sell excursion tickets from
Bowio and all points on the lino to
Thomas on account of the Grand
Fourth of July eclobration, at ono
faio for tho round trip; good going
on tho 3d & 4th returning up to and
including tho Cth.
A special extra will leave Solo,
mon at 7 a. m. tho morning of tho
4th and arrive at Thomas at 7:40 a.m
Another oxtrawill leave Bowio
on tho arrival of No 19 about 9 a.
m., and arrive at Thomas at 12 m.
An extra will leavo Thomas immediately
after tho grand ball,
about 4 a.m. and another train will
leavo at 0:30.
Wanted to Kill Groicr.
A crazy soldier whoso name is
William Campbell was arrested on
Juno 24th, at Clyde, N. J., whilo
on his way to Washington to kill
Harvcsting in this section is al-
Our Mexican population wcro
out on a "high-lonesome" on San
The article that appeared in tho
Guardian somo weeks ago under
tho head of "A Thoroughbred
Democrat," Mr. Allred, the writer,
informs us should havo been addressed
to tho St. Louis Jlepullic
instead of the Republican.
There will bo a Grand Ball given
at Jacobson's new hall on the night
of July 4th. Tho best music will
bo provided for the ocassion that
can bo obtained in thovalloy. The
floor is tho best in the valley and
tho hall will bo brilliantly lighted.
ORGAN TOR SALE.
A good Lyon &IIealy .Organ for
sale cheap. Apply at this office.
The United States Land Laws
read Jhat all Land. NoticK must
bp.published in the paper rjarest
the land. . ,v LjsJ
Rut Will rrobablj lSeJlcached To-morrow
Considerable ill feeling hai qx'Sj
ted between G. B. McCam nnd $?
Palm for somo months past, j '
Just before the last term- of tho
District Court Mr. McCarty enter-,
ed suit against Mr. Palm for a debt,
which was to have been trfed at
that term. Mr. Palm claimud
ho did not owe McCarty anything,
but on the other hand McCaVty
owed him. Before tho trial of the
caso came up a compromise was
effected by Palm paying AkCarty
25,00 and ho' claims that settled
everything between them, but Me
Oarty claims that it does not, as ho
says he made a coffin for Cha's
Adams which was not paid .ior in.
tho settlement. Pinally jiiv Ma . "S,
Carty wrote to Charleys mother in' '' i
Texas informing her that the
ing of tho coffin had not been paii M
for, arid sho forwarded 10 to- Paliri aEe
with instructions to pav it to Ma
Carty if it was duo him. Barney, toi
received tho money all right out as-,
lie claimed it was not duo Mc ho
returned" it to Mrs. Adams.
When McCarty discovered this
Jo was wild, and on tho 8th inst.
just as Barney was aboul to -.board
the tram to go to Florence as a
Grand Juror, McCarty stepped upV
IV 1111U UUU UUlllilllUdl tllUb L?ll
lars . Palm replied that ho did j
not owo him ten dollars, whereupon .
Mc. nailed him and tho blood Hew
in good shape from Barney's faco
for a few minutes. Tho combatants
were separated and Barnoy drew
his jack knife exclaiming that if
ho was attacked again ho would-
defend himself with it, whereupon. WjJ
ju.cv.ariy pnnea a gun oui no ciam -age
was dono with either and Palm
went on to Florence and when her
returned home they both tappearctL
beforo Justico Fonda, andMcCarty
complaincd on himself and was fined
25.00 for assault and battery
and supposed that would bo tho
end of it. But Barney did not '
propose to let it drop here and last-Monday
ho swore out a complaint
beforo Justico J udia charging McCarty
with flourishing deadly wcapj
on with out duo eausd. The caso was
tried beforo Squire Judia last Tucs
day. li. 12. Wilson, whom Barnoy
had employed and District Attor
Tnrii mrHMiil inniilliMI
xim thoy could not agrco upon thai
verdict, and wcro
V,nn";Jlh '" liiwiiu ui uiiu.TOinjxn
TM.srA'tMS..VYil. - rn i...r..A l o 1 l
Clipped and Condensed From Late
PASSING EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Happenings Throughout tho Territory
Rdlted With tho Scissors.
ICingman will havo a blowout
tho Fourth and ono to bo proud of.
Though tho timo is short for advertising,
tho parties who have
charge aro workers and a rousing
success will crown their efforts.
Mohare Co. Miner.
It is reported that the S. P. road
will abandon its lino of track between
Gila Bond and Tucson and
construct a new lino between these
points by way of Mesa City and
i' loronco Arizona Sentinel.
Court of private land claims
at Santa Fo N. M. has declared to
bo invalid, tho Calabasass land
grant. This action of tho court
throws open thousands of acres of
good land to settlement. Tho town
of Calabasas and tho surrounding
country was covered b' the grant.
is rumored that tho now worn-on's
biblo will omit tho 22d verse
of tho 5th chapter of St. Paul's
Epistle to tho Ephcsians. Now
dust the family biblo and find out
what it is. Wc will wager that
notjono in a hundred can quote it
without looking it up Arizona
Tho sonior editor of tho Belt
takes tho hot. The verso referred
to is as follows (read critical, it
contains an odor of sanctity):
"Wives, submit yourself unto
your own husbands, as unto tho
In proof that wo have not dusted
6uiv bil vc
covercd a qnarter of an inch thick.
Otto Moore has turned the Ara-
vaipa stage lino over to Wm.
len, who will completo tho contract.
Mr. Mooro mado hjsjUiiMitrirtilast
y euncsuay. &uipu,
Newspapers aro p
suit of S25.00
..... - .
5ouuu lor laceraung.inaji
a brother journalist;!
our contemporaries, in. TucsonasAl,
El Paso, to sottlo up and begin
afresh with clean slates. A few
thousand dollars to a newspaper
man is but an indifferent sum to
pay considering tho exquisite pleas
ure alloraoa in combing down a
W. Pugh, of tho Stockman,
has begun a suit in tho justice's
court at Willcox against some of
his delinquent subscribers. Hope
he'll beat them, for of all contempt
ible people on earth, thoso who
tako a paper out of tho po3toflico
week aftor wcok and j'car after
year with tho intention of never
paying lor it, aro the most so.
There is somo respect to be had for
a swindler on a largo scale, but a
pretty swindler is desorving of
none whatever. If a .nan don't
want a paper whon the time for
which he has paid has expired, lot
him refuse it, and tbo law makes it
tho duty of tho postmaster to notify
tho publisher. No
mg publisher will send his papor
to a man who does not want it and
who never expects to pay for it.
At tho samo timo, tho paper is expected
to look plcasont and boom
the country and advance tho inter
ests of each individual citizen whilo
it is being bilked from soda to
Miss Allio Hunter arrived from
Safford Saturday and will remain
tho guest of Mrs. Bright until tho
excursion of the 7th of July, when
sho will go to tho coast for a couple
of months, returning in time, and
greatly refreshed for her labors
this winter in tho Clifton school.
Her grandma will go with hor to
California to remain tor the
Miss Allio looks well and is
very kindly received by her Willcox
friends Sulphur Valley Xfeics.
Mr. A. D. McLean, late foreman
of tho Detroit copper mines at
Morcnci, Arizona, accompanied by
Mr. Shankland, of Solomonvillc,
arrived in Globo on Thursday.
Mr. McLean has been appointed
superintendent of tho Old Dominion
Coppor Company, undor the
now management. Mr. McLean
has had a long and successful experience
in copper mining in Ari-
zona, having been with tho Detroit
company for moro than twelve
yoars Globe Belt. j
If vou want a good suit of-cloth-
ing go to J: T. Owens.., .-. .
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0. V. G. &. N. It. It, Ore Tariff Trom l'ort
Thomas, I'ima, SafTord nnd Solomon
Tolloitle, Arizona. Tnl.lnjr KlTcct
June 1st, 1805.
Oro and concentrations, value
not exceeding 22 per ton 1.50 per
Ore and concentrations, valuo
over 25 butnot exceeding 50 per
ton, per ton 1.50.
Oro and concentrations, valued
over 100 per ton, communicate
with tho General Freight office for
Rates aro for oro in car loads of
not less than 24,000 pounds.
These rates apply only on lots
of twelvo tons or over. On lots of
four tons and under twelve, 20 per
cent, and on lots of ono ton and
less than four, 50 per cent, will bo
added to tho above rates. Oro
base metal, copper matte and ore
concentrations, etc., in lots of less
than ono ton, soo Locril Tariff. In
no cases must tho charges on a
small exceed thoso on a larger
A ,: r ' i' J '
SuiTLEMRNTAr, TARIFF SCHEDULE
Between Bowie and Deming N. M.
Ore valuo not exceeding 100
per ton, 3.00 per ton; over 100
but not over 300 per ton, 3.80
Between Bowie,and Ei. Paso Texas
Ore valuo not to exceed 25. per
ton 3.00 per ton; not to exceed
100 per ton 3.00; over 100 but
not over 300perton;4.40perton.
Between Bowie Puerlo and Denver.
Ore valuo not to exceed 25 per
ton, to Puoblo 8.00; to Denver
9.50; exceeding 100 butnot ovor
300 per ton 15.40.
Between Bowie and Kansas City.
Ore, valuo not to oxceod 50 per
ton 10; over 50, not to exceed
S100 per ton 11; over 5100, not
to exceed 200 per ton- -$14.50.
It has been very hot and sultry
for tho past two or three days,
with good indications for rain but
as jet it has failed to come.
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up on last Thursday 9tenUt.4tt:XjrU.
will probably remain licfe31Mt
mo (jcIodc mines resume operati Off.
Mr. Pascoo recently purchased tho
houso and lot belonging to Abo
Water is scarce hero now. It is
running in tho town ditch at G0
Nuttal's mill is grinding steadily
now, turning out a very good grade
of flour considering that tho wheat
A largo number of Pimaitcs will
go to Thomas on the Fourth, and
many moro would go if there was
a train back in tho evening.
Many of tho farmers 'are busy
planting corn on tho land from
which they t havo just removed a
crop of wheat or barloy.
Should he J'roBecuted.
A gilded youth who would like
to make himself notorious, even by
villainous deeds, spent last evening
in strewing a dozen or two papers
of tacks over Chihuahua, Sonora
and Santa Fo streets, whoro bicycle
riders most do congregate. The
result was that last night numerous
riders had their tires mado
very tired, and their machines aro
now in the shops. This sowing of
tacks, like tho sowing of wild oats,
is something that cuts both ways.
Thero aro numberless children
abont town who go barefooted, especially
at this timo of tho year;
and these children will bo suro to
stick tacks into their feet. That
this may result in numerous cases
of lockjaw is evident. Thero ought
to bo an ordinance punishing of
fenders of this class. Members of
tho bicycle clubs wore out in force
this morning sweeping tho roadways
clear of the villainous tacks.
El Faso Herald.
'See tho program for tho fourth
at Thomas in another column. Its
Moody On May 3d, to tho wife
of Wm. A. Moody, on the Samoa
Island, a daughter.
Castle On tho 20th inst. to tho
wife of Harry L. Castlo, of Clifton,
ged and the caso set for a newtriar5
tBS&y. Aitrtruitriiru tir
ORGAN lOR SALE.
lnt HHiHlliAli 1 tl rf
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jv iroou .uvijii a, .iiuaiv umuu iur mu
sale chean. AiAnnlvat this office, t canb
to morrow morning at 9 c clock.
when tho end will probably b
st Friday Jit lookcoT
"biaiirrMBKPK&9HK Jmb up
to a lamp PosMIubVIHHL quaK
ly threatening, nrogfrORMSBI sidey
of a crowd gathered arottHa salvation
army dptatchment, Aa ice
man by tho name of Kerns tried to
drive iiis wagon over tho Salvationists
whilo they were on their knees-in
prayer and his conduct wras resented
by tlie crowd. Kerns was
arrested. Just bclbro the ice man
drove in sight T. T. Stewart of iho
Nicholson house had ordered iho
porter to turn tho hose on the men
and women and drive them away.
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A Nurroir cape.
S. P. B 01 ton, of Borton Bros,
eastern shoe dealers was here last
week and reports a narrow
escape ho had from
silent majority. . Whilo
a passenger on tho Port Thomas
and Globe stage line, a fellow
passenger, who was sitting on the
back seat, saw a rabbit, ho gotut
his six shooter and carlcssly laid
it on the seat from where it was
joltvd to tho floor of tho coach and
was discharged, the ball passing;
through Mr. Borlon's coat tail and
coming out at the neck kind.
Lucky for Mr. Borton, howerer, ho
was in a leaning position ad was
not injured, but says ho was. fright'
encd like the duco. ,
Ed. Phillips has Bold his header
to somo peoplofrom Eden.
Frank Judia, Solomonvillo's
barber passed through hero last
Wednesday on his way to Thomas
Hundreds of sacks of grain are
being shipped to tho Safford mills
daily from tho surrounding country.
The young pcoplo of Safford arc.
preparing a play, "Among tho
Breakers" to be presented in tha
Layton mooting houso on the- evo
of July 24th.
Now that you havo your graia
harvested and throehed and m tho
graincry is as good a timo'as yo .
will over havo to pay ym subscription
to tho Gu ARMAS.
,Tho railroad company have ex
tended the side lraok Jher no a fco
run 111 front sd pear . owgjl ?t to-
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