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;,cr use he thinks ho will
,editoi into bankruptcy, reminds a
-"brother editor ol tho train dispatcher
who demanded un increaso
fif his fr.ilitrv. and threatened to
quit if he didn't got it. Tho superintendent
responded by relating
a story. ""When I was u young
&vjnan I did just what you aro doing.
"SO"Tiio superintendent refused my de-
TTiiind'iSijd I quit; and world you
"Twliovo it, that darned road '13 run-
,f - 'continues, vno latest, uiu,
FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1895.
Now that the rainy season has
convmonced, farmers should not
loso a minuto in plantingjcorn.
The libol suit brought against
tho Star by Lowis Wolfloy and
others camo to trial bof'oro Justico
Mjcrs lastweok, and was hold ovor
for investigation by tho noxt grand
An excursion train which was
being run in two sections in Canada
on July 9th, was badly wrecked
killing 25 persons and injuring 81
more. Tho first section had stopped
at a station when tho second
soction dashed into it and almost
demolished both trains.
Thlrb is troublo browing in tho
Arizona militia. Charges havo
been preferred against Capt.
and Lieut. Hughos for insubordination.
Tho trouble occurred on
tho Fourth when tho officers abovo
mentioned refused to obey iho
of their commanding officer.
After tho discovery of America
tho precious metals wore tripled,
and prices, boforo a century had
expired, of evory species of
had quadrupled. Nor was it
until then that Europe began to
emcrgo from tho gloom of tho dark
Allison says that tho downfall
of tho Roman Empire, so long
in ignoranco to slavory,
heathenism and moral corruption,
was in reality brought about by a
decline in tho silvor and gold mines
in "Spam and Greece.
3Irs. W. 3L I3ort, of Kokomo,
Indiana, has just given birth to her
fourteenth child. Mrs. P.oit was
tho fourteenth child of hor mothor
E'lio was also tho fourteenth child
1 hor mother. All tho children
in eaoli family wore singlo births.
This is a record that would bo
hard to beat, oven in Arizona.
The first fourth of July celebration
ovor held in Prcscott was 1861
with nbQiit 500 pooplo present and
boforo more than two-thirds of tho
piesent towns in tho territory woro
--thought of. Tho last ono hold
thcro was in 1895, when moro than
that many thousand gathered thcro,
not only IVora ovory section of tho
territory but from nearly every
state in tho Union.
A Singloipugo in a singlo issuo
of .the- Century' for advertising,
costs 500; Harpers' 8450, and other
os 100 to $350. A yearly
ladvwti&ement of ono cloumn in tho
Tneai'o Tribune costs S27,550 for
tho lowest and $50,000 for tho
highest priced column. Theso
prices will probably astonish men
who" pay from S10 to $100 a year
for advertising spaco and seem to
think they aio liberal advortisers.
It is evident from tho above figures
that it does pay to advertise, for
the shiowd business man does not
'invest thontands of dollars without
being veiy well assured ol sat-n'
isfyctory results. Exchange.
ni.... ,..i. ,, i.: . i.
j ut. jiumj vwv atifjja mo jjujui
&c:tBb of something of which ho
Irrsunf. nrmrovA nnil stmis it. tin.
'AgSld bug FARCE.
Whoro the interests of tho money
princes are concerned thoio will
bo Jound intrigue, artifice and fi
netso pitted against the slow judg
nient of tho common masses of the
land. Tho latest spasmodic effort
of Hie gold bug is evidenced by tho
mriiflU IU Uw wilK v .-
'turning goou tunes ana inerooy
,M.ok to Stop or lessen tho onward
march of tho silver movement
r.o sweeping liko a monster
Mibsio"izi'd tho columns
fi,fof nt;(ny of tho metropolitan
of our great cities, yet tho do-
c coinage at 10 to 1
.'. mi I . . J 1 l.l ,.
Wfnw nionometalists is the in?,
iA.1P"JpTJi5 . t., vnxvtcr In.
crcasjOi yagot hl '""aj, snior u
that havo been grinding down labor
Iowor and lowor for a quarter
of a century.
Tho farce is tho merest protenso,
especially whon it transpires that
theso increases aro being made
voluntarily by tho mill owners.
Less than throo years ago tho war
was on at Homestead and tho hired
minions of Carnagio with loaded
"Winchesters wero shooting down
laboring men who protested against
a decrcaso in wages already fixed
at starvation rates.
Ovor two months ago this samo
Carnagio raised tho wages of his
men ton per cont. This has been
followed by a mothodical and systematic
raiso in manufacturing establishing
in various parts of the
country. Tho increaso varies from
thrco por cent to fifteen por cent.
This increaso is borno by tho syndicate
of money kings of England
and tho Unitod States.
Tho gold bugs feel that they can
best counteract the silver movement
by having theso wages raised
proportionate to tho silvor sentiment
of any particular locality and
paving tho manufacturer tho
amount of such increase.
Money is scarco, tho demand for
manufactured commodities is small,
improvements aro larcelv at a.
Standstill and thcro is not a man
in all Christondom that can offer
ono singlo reason for theso report
ed increases, excopt tho political
contiibutions of tho gold bug syn
"When monoy becomes scarco tho
whcols of industry always slacken,
no matter what tho rato of tariff
duty may bo. It is all a shallow
farce a desporato game being
played with all that adroitness that
accompanies tho avaricious spirit
of money-getting powers. "It
comes high and thoj' must havo it."
But it won't win.
THE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Editors and members of tho press
association mot July 8th in this
city becauso of an associated press
dispatch yesterday from Prcscott
announcing tho endorsement of
Governor Hughes' administration.
Chas. "W. Pugh, editor and proprietor
of tho Southwestern Stockman
and tho Sulphur Valley ITews,
who presided at tho Prcscott moot
ing says out oignt persons woro
present at tho .iiecting, two of
whom ho has since ascertained are
not ontitled to seats in tho associa
tion. Consequently thoro was no
Four men voted to endorse
Hughes' administration, thrco
against, P. J. Clark refusing to
After tho abovo statement the
following resolutions woro unanimously
passed by tho editors present:
"Whereas, J. C. Martan and O.
Jackson, tho latter an immigration
comissioncr, both of tho Prescott
Journal-Miner, F. J. O'Brien, an immigration
commissioner for Maricopa
county, not connected at
present with any Arizona
and nover having tho
sary qualifications of a mombcr of
tho press association sinco ho has
been registered, and "Will II. Buck,
pressman for tho Phenix Herald,
also unqualified to becomo a
of tho Arizona press association,
passed a resolution at Prescott
July 5th, endorsing tho administration
of Governor Hughes.
Therefore, bo it resolved, that
wo, tho undersigned, members of
tho press association, editors and
proprietors of nowspapors published
in Arizona,do horoby ropudiato
such action by tho individuals
abovo mentioned, and cntor
against such action as omanat
ing from tho Arizona press association.
Further, that wo do not deom it
in tho provinco of tho Arizona pres3
association to tako 'any action
whatsoever in regard to tho fight
in tho Democratic party for or
against Governor Hughes and his
T. J. "Wolfloy, editor and mana
ger of tho Republican; "W. T. Smith
president, and J. L. B. Alexander,
Kcroti'ry of tho Gazette company;
Chas. "W. Pugh, editor and proprie.
tor of tho Southwestern Stolman and
tho Sulphur Valley Xeios; Curt W.
Millor, editor and proprietor of tho
Tempe lYeicsj J. M. Burnet, of tho
Gila Bend Leader, A. S. Mills, of
tho Saturday lleviexo.
A potitifln was also signed, and
forwardedNL J. "W. Dorrington,
president of thtfociation, asking
him to call a spociaNmeetnig ot tho
T" ... I Vinil i- -
press association jniy zxui, to con
iu iiiiua yi mu UU1WU9 4ii
JUiV Olll, ill Wiu immiL ui
tho association, and also to discuss
amendment to tho constitution and
by-laws of tno organization Arizona
Tho Fourth was celebrated at
Bonita in a manner most disagreeable
to hor inhabitants, but nover
thcless exciting. Mr. II. F. Know
lor, tho well known merchant of
that placo was ono of tho celebrates
but ho fails to see whoro ho got
cither pleasure or profit out ol tho
About noon on tho 4th of July,
ho closed his store and loft on a
visit to tho family of Judgo "Woods,
at whose homo ho remained for upwards
of an hour. On his return
he was thoroughly dismayed to
find that tho store had boon ran
sacked, that monoy to the amount
ot 5400 had been taken, besides a
number of valuablo chocks, deeds,
etc. Sulphur Valley News.
Read the Guardian.
Hunt Bros, loft us a jug of their
best 10 to 1 whiskey which was
manufactured at their dstillcry at
Pima, this week.
Mr. N. "W. Birdno left us a
beautiful bunch of seedless grapes,
which measured moro than 15
inches m length yesterday.
Constable John Dalcj' is serving
injunction papers on tho stock
holders of tho Graham and Leo
ditclics. Tho Contral canal is asking
for a temporary restraining
order on tho above named canal
until a permanent settlement of the
water question can bo effected.
Arrangements aro being made to
havo tho Grant baso ball team come
to Pima on tho 21th and cross
bats with tho Athletics. Every
member oi our homo team should
put in all availablo timo at practico
so as to bo in good condition for
tho gamo at Pima on tho 24th.
A dispatch from Phenix to tho
W dated July 9th says:
Tho Arizona Gazette, ono of tho
oldest daily papers in tho Territory
was sold at public sale to-day lor
0,720. "W. T. Smtth was tho pur
chaser, thcro being but one bid
Tho policy will remain Democrrtic
but will also bo anti-administration
Tho residents of Pima aro mak
ing oxtensivojproparations for the
holding of a eclobration in that
town July 21th. Tho program
consists of races, tug of war,
tween a team from Thomas and one
from near Pima; baso ball gamo
and a variotj' of other amusement
which will bo equally pleasing to
Dalev On tho 5th. inst.,to tho
wife of John Daley, of Thatcher, a
Asev On tho 5th. inst., to tho
who ol Win. Asey, ot Thatcher, a
Bowman On tho 4th. inst., to
tho wifoof A. Bowman, of Thatchor,
Dickson On tho 0th inst, of
membraneous croup, John Dickson,
tho old son of Mrs.
Lyda Van Ness, of Safford.
The United States Land Laws
read that all Land Notices must
bo published in tho paper nearest
OllGAN FOlt SAT.U.
A good Lyon Ai Ilealy Organ for
salo cheap. Apply at this offico.
E. T.IJAMS, - - - Manager.
ivnu ovcryuuiiK usuuiiy kuiji in u
first-class drug storo.
CHAS. II. PORTER, M. D
In tho samo building
Stohj: Open Day and Nioht
STotica for Publication.
IIomcHtcitd No. 1151).
IiAND OKHCK AT TL'C'OV, ARIZ ,)
Jtmu 8,189). I
Notice Is hereby clvcn that tho follow Inc
named settler has fllcrt notice of her Intention
to make- final proof in support orher claim, and
that said proof w ill bo made before tho Clerk of
tho District Court, at Solomonille, Arizona, on
July 22, 1893, Mary lilalr, nldon of Carleton
J lilalr, deceased, of Thatcher, Arizona, for tho
W 54 and SEKoISK K Boo 22, ana .N j; jf of
N U M Sec 27, twp f. S, ft 5 E.
Sho names the following witnessei to prove
her continuous residence upon and rulthatlon
of i.ald land, iz. William . Naddcll, David V.
.V. Tallev.ucorso feklnner and l'eter o reterson,
all of Oraham, Oraham countv, Vrlzona
C-15 Ct Itcgister.
"Will bo kept through tho standing
season at my corral in Safford.
Service, -- il..50-
This is tho onlyt Thoroughbred
Jorsoy Bull in the Valloy.
jtr. j. uacooson.
Tho Guardian Office is
all kinds of
- jrr?!jrcJr m m B hBb
The Guardian has tho Best Equipped Job Plant
in the Territory, Size Considered
We make a Specialty of
. j Fancy Stationery
For Business Houses.
Line Gf Samples tQ Select F
Address all orders
The Guardian Publishing
Good Biggs and Fast Horses can be
Had at all Times.
Teams Let by the Day or Hour.
Our Boarding Stable is ( tho Best
Equipped in tho county.
A Complete Lino of
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Also a large stock of BOOTS and SHOES at
from SI 00 to S3 50
We make a specialty of all kinds of
-:- JMIUiINBIty -:-
Also a flno line of Desirable Patterns of
N nil Paper, at from 20 to 40 cents per
PEICES TO SUIT THE TIMES-
You vriU bIw ays find our clerks- attenth e to
jour wants, and our goods to Khe satisfaction.
.J. JZ. & Co.,
Main Street, LAYTON.
In tho District Court. Second Judicial District.
Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of
MILLARD r. MCURIDK, rialntlff.
William M. Hurst. Jolin W. llev. Auirust
Klehno. Emelln'e Putnam. Metropolitan National
Bank of Kansas City Jlinsouri, l'ish and Keck
uompanyoi Kanas uny. Missouri, anu iicnry
Kollar, co partners doing business under the
firm name of Hurst, Mack, Klehne and Wiley
Action brought in tho District Court of the
Second Judicial Dlstrittof the Territory of Ari
zona in and for tho County of Graham.
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to tho
above named Defendants
on arc herebi summoned and required to
appear in an action Imnight against j on by tho
atwo inmed plain ttif and niisuer tho complaint
filed with tho Clerk of tho Abo e entitled
court at Solomotn We, in tho County of Graham,
Territory of Arizona, ttltliln ten daysfcxclu'lve
of the day of sen Ice) after the ser ico upon yon
of this summons if sened in this connty. but if
sencdoutof thecouut) but within this district
then wltnln tnenty dajs, in all other cases within
ion aro nereoy nouncu mat it jou inn to ap
pear nud answer the lomplalnt as required Judg'
ment by default will bo taken against you, as
prayca in said complaint, ana costs ana uisuurS'
ments in this bchalfexpcnflcd
!h en under my hand and the seal of
tno District uouri amxeu nereto, at
SEAL, Solomon 111c, tliis 20th day of June
1835. Ilrmu ei t B. Adams. Clerk.
E. Jones, attorney for plaintiff.
now prepared to do
II WT Km D b H mT m V m mwr
A fip ' 4
F. J Jacobson. J. JCOOSOn.
Bills of Seasoned lumber Filled
From our Large Stock on Hand
Nails, Paints, Locks and Hinges.
PLOWS AND HARROWS,
Hardware, Groceries, Dry Goods and
all kinds of
(Jetyeral -;- Tlerefyapdis.
Cheapest Houso in tho Valloy
for Cash. Highest piices paid for
wheat and barley. New Goods,
Low Prices at our Largo Building.
P. J. Jacobson & Sons,,
SAFFORD. Cor. R. R. Street.
Cheapest Rates. Best Tables.
Those desiring first dais
33ollo and Bortha STcoso, Propr's
Board by tho Day or Week
Heals Served at nil Hoars
The tables are supplied with the ery best
to be had in the market; all kinds of egetables
and fruit in season. Families boarded at
special rates. Git e us a call and be con inced.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
and NOTIONS, Go to the
IT. O. CHLARSOJST,
Notico for Publication.
Lasd Office at Tucsox Ar.iz.)
Notice is hereby gl en thatxho follow ing named
settler has filed notice of her Intention to
make final proof in support of her claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge of
the Probate Court at Soloinonvillc, Arizona, on
July 20, 18Q' Uz
Margaret U.Jean, widow of William L. Jean.of
Central, Oraham county Ariz, for the S J of N
She names tho folllow ing witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultitaUon
of, said land, Iz-
Thomas O- Webster, Jacob a. BIgler, William
G, Clemens and Oscar Tyler, all of Central, Graham
EUGENE J, TRIPPEL
Read the1. Guardian:,
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"S-. J ' 3r V V "JjpW TWWtSr
OTICE ! :::
This space reserved for the
advertisement of the
Of I. E. SOLOMON,
who is selling an
Stock of Goods at Low Prices
:: :: :: FOR. CASH,
He will exchange Goods for
Barley and Wheat.
I CAM YOU ItCAO TMI TTfC WITHOUT TRAINING YObN CVt p
IfYou Cannot Uo It Your
Eyesight is Defective,
And you should at once proceed
Proper Treatment and Fit Guaranteed
at Moderate prices, at :: :: :: ::
flu Ab m&t
Your Correspondence is Solicited.
3D. "W. Wlokorshoni,
THE LEADING ARIZ0HA JEWELER,
l.l l'aso, Tex. '''SflSjSBJSSSji'
TO LOCAL MERCHANTS!
Why sond East or West for your
to $rou at bettor rates than you can
our goods in mammoth quantities.
will bo promptly forwarded to San
I sell for cash and am prepared to give my customers moro for
tho monoy than any houso in Graham County. -I have just
received a cojnploto lino of
Which will bo sold at tho closest margin. Also a Full lino
Goods when wo can lurnish thcrnV
buy for elsewhere. Wo purchase
All goods consigned to our caro'
Carlos and Globe. '$&
mm fmiMmuf '
ofSSons' Olothine, on which I defy competition. I also
havo constantly onliand a complete line of
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES, .
t Call at tho BLUE STORE and bo convinced
. . , !.
and Assorted Stocks
Excellent and Fresh
to have vour eves Tested and Pitted!
wiin masses uy an a
J. T. OWENS
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