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Dolliir of 1873.
published uery friday
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i John J. Biiidno, - - Manager.
Hamiy B. Pox, ,- - Secretary.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 1895.
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Address nil Communications
The Guardian Pub. Co.,
l' SAVFOltD, AlllZ.
Quite a number of valuable
" horses havo died in the valley
recently ft om various causes
The farmers of this valley should
not forgot that the building of tho
Enterpi'iso canal is tho most practical
"method of solving tho water
The article in last week's issue
1 under tho head of ''That Trouble
Bomo Law," in regard to tho Class-
ification Law was taken from tho
We can conceivo of no reason
why tho laborer, tho manufacturer,
tho farmer, tho professional man
and all, save tho money-shark and
interest-Shylock, should not bo for
n systom that would mean enlarged
foreign trade, busy factories,
mora consumers, with thoir
more abundant demand, and greater
prosperity t'ol' everybody, greater
freedom for all, says tho Wichita
JZagki Gold singly and alono
a tyrant, its owners absolute
dictators, with kings and presidents
their servants, law-making
bodies their paid tools and whole
peoples their slaves.
Ax excellent soiution of tho
problem has been offered by
the Denver Xacs. It proposes to
movo all the Indians to tho abandoned
wastes of Now England, near
-to the view and acquaintance of
tho Bostoneso philanthropists
These critics know so much about
Indians and negroes a groat deal
inoro than do tho people who
live in the West nnd South
and the Snrs wants lo ropopulatc
the New England States with In
dians and let tho associations and
societies of that country run tho
- business to suit themselves. Its a
. go)d sugit stion and ought to work
The United States outranks all
other countries in tho production
of silver, Mexico being second on
thelut. This, doubtless, is a prominent
reason why England is so
anxious to get tto United States
upon a gold basis, as this fruitful
source of wealth will bo lost to tho
United States. This result will bo
a triunt.i to tho gre.it bunko
among tho nations. Great Brit-'ain
produced in 1891 only
in silver. She did not produce
enough silver to plate the
harness used by the loyal household!
England has to purchase
silver in largo quantities to supply
the demand for fraction tl silver
coin. If Great Britain can induce
our Goveanmont to deprive silvor
of its legal tondor functions she
tan buy our silver bullion vory
cheap and use it in hor trade with
countries, so as to effectually
deprive our colton and
grain raisers of a for
their surplus. Wo must sell
at a gold valuation wliile
Argentina and other competitors
in the world's market can sell at a
silver valuation! Would that the
Jjord sent us a deputation not of
Democrats or Republicans but of
patriots nnd statesmen. It is claimed
that tho Ruler of Nations, tho
King of Kings and tho Lord of
Lords provides suitable persons
for every emergency. When a
"Washington was wanted the little
fr . . Wknn T. I...I.
Victual? WU3 UUtll. IfUVil a
N'ul "wA'r indispensnbla.an Abraham was
!:rjntod yand commissioned. We
A queer disputo has arisen
tho Governor of Illinois nnd
tho Governor of Indiana under tho
law of Congress which provides
for tho rendition of fugitives from
justico who havo fled from one
Stato into another State
Somo timo ago a man named
David Bryan was charged with
having committed somo criminal
form of swindling in Chicago. Ho
was discovered in Indiana and Governor
Altgeld of Illinois made a requisition
upon Governor Matthews
of Indiana for tho surrender of tho
alleged fugitive. Tho demand was
rcfusod. Bryan had been arrested
in Indiana upon somo trivial charge
thero, and ponding tho hearing and
determination of this charge Governor
Mntthows would not allow
him to bo taken out of tho Stato.
Not long after this refifsal Governor
Matthows had occasion to
a requisition for a man named
John Williams, who was accused of
having committed a crimo in Clay
county, Illinois. This requisition
was not honored by Governor Altgeld.
That magistrate docs not
propose to send any more citizens
of Indiana back to Indiana until
Governor Matthews sends Illinois
men back to Illinois.
Whilo it is doubtful wether any
exact proccdont can be found for
this dispute, cases havo
not been infrequent where
havo declined to comply with
demands for tho rendition of alleged
fugitives from justico under tho
act of Congress. It was long ago
held by tho Supreme Court of tho
United States that tho Federal
statute is not mandatory, in tho
souse of implying any power on
tho part of tho general Government
to compel obedience by the Governor
of a Stato. Tho act of Con
gross is simply a declaration of the
moral duty imposed upon tho istato
Executives by that provision of the
Constitution of tho United States
which declares that a person charged
in any Stato with treason,
01 other crimo who shall fleo
from justice and bo found in
Stato shall, on demand of tho
exccotivo authority of the State
from which ho fled, bo delivered up
to bo removed to tho Stato having
jurisdiction of tho crimo.
Tho leading caso on this subject
is that of tho Commonwealth of
Kentucky . against Donnison.
Thero the Stato of Kentucky applied
to tho Supremo Court at
Washington for a writ of mandamus
commanding tho Governor of
Ohio to deliver up to tho Kentucky
authorities one Willis Lago, a fugitive
from Kentucky, who was indicted
for having aided and assisted
ono Charlotte, a slavo, to escape
from his owner. Govornor
of Ohio declined to deliver
up the fugitive, and tho Supreme
Court of tho United States, speaking
through Chief Justico Taney,
unanimously hold that there was
no power delegated to tho general
Government, either through tho
Judiciary or any other department
to uso any cocrcivo means to com
pel a Governor to obey Fodeial
law relative- to inter-State extradition.
iVL Y. Sun.
When Judge C. E. Moorman
hoard tho news that the Supremo
Coiu't had upheld the Classification
Law, thero was a smile upon his
countenanco that resembled tho
brightening glow of a summer sun
set in Arizona.
Tho Judge has taken quite
deep interest in tho law, was earnest
in his support of it, and had given
his valuable assistance to the Dis
trict Attorney in preparing tho
brief in tho case, which was tho
cause of his being much elated over
tho news. Judge Moorman is also
counsel in the injunction proceed
ingsnow pending against the Board
Col. Lee Craxdalt. has gone to
Arizona to live and will concen
trate there his Alabama and Wash
ington City investments. Ho is in
forested in tho Great Kasscr Gold
Mining Company near Globe in the
Gila vallc. The Colonel declares
tho climate thero the mo$t delight
ful in America and lie is as fresh
and happy in Ins now environment
as a man of twenty-one only just
upon tho threshold of life. People's
FnoM tho appearance of tho ad
vcrtising columns of tho Mohave
County Miner one is led to believe
that a bull-whacker is the artist on
It is said that Amona is to havo
another National Bank.Nci bo lo-
HE WANTED BLOOD.
An Insulted Bridegroom's Opinion of Illustrated
"Is this the editor?"
"Yes, sir. What can I"
"My name is Grumpy. I was married
"Let me offer my congratulations,
Mr. Grumpy. I am glad to see you.
By the way, wc published in this morning's
paper a full account of your wedding."
"Yes, sirj I saw it."
"You have come, perhaps, to order
some extra cop "
"I have come, sir, for personal satisfaction.
Your reporter asked for photographs
of Mrs. Uunipy and myself,
to use in writing up the wedding, sir."
"Yes, sir. Didn't ho"
"He said he would havo engravings
made from them and run them in with
the article he wrote about the affair.'
"Yes. Was there any"
"And some lop-eared,
bow-legged, gourd-headed 6on of a
printer in this office mixed up the portraits,
sir. You published me this
morning, sir, in your advertising columns
as a Tennessee barber who had
suffered for fifteen years with a lame
back and a sore throat, and had been
cured by twenty-seven bottles of 'Dr.
Uilljaw's Compound Extract of Ilokus
l'okus.'and you run the portrait of that
infernal Tennessee barber in your account
of my wedding, sir. You can
stop my paper, sir. And now will you
bhow me the typesetting department
of this office? I am on tho warpath
this morning, sir, bigger than a grizzly
bear, and I am going to find the man
that mixed those cuts and reorganize
him from the ground up."
In tho excitement and confusion that
followed, some one hastily turned in a
fire alarm, and it took the entire department
and a squad of police to
quench the fiery young man. Texas
WANTED A SCRAP BOOK.
Farmer Asks tor an Agricultural Report
Indifferent About tho Date.
The official in charge of the correspondence
of the agricultural department
in Washington a few years ago
was a gentleman of education and polish.
But, above all, he was a conscientious
and consummate letter writer.
All the courteous expressions of governmental
epistles were at his finger's
ends, and it was a pleasure to him to
impart to them a gracefulness that
governmental letters sometimes lack.
He received a scrawly lettter one
day. It was from Hosca Jones, cf
Goose Run, Wis. It was addressed to
the "Agrycultral Department,
D. C.," and it said: "Sir, I want a
agreecnltral repo't, an' bein' in the
farmin' bisuess I orter git it."
Now there arc many agricultural re
ports of many dates and on many top
ics, nnd a request for one or more of
theso valuable and absorbing volumes
should of necessity be more specific
than Mr. Jones request was. The of
ficial, having plenty of time, and seeing
a chance for harmless pleasantry,
incited an ciaooraio letter to the
farmer, informing him of the eagerness
with which tht government de
sired to give the husbandmen of the
nation all the information it had obtained
as tho result of scientific and
practical research. This nnd more ho
wrote of tho agricultural department's
solicitude for the farmer, nnd then indicating
the desirability of a specific
statement as to tho date or the subject
of the report desired, he closed with
an assurance of the secretary's esteem.
Mr. Jones responded promptly and
somewhat laconically. "I don't care,"
ho wrote, "what the book is about, or
when it was rote. I want it fur a
skrap book." X. Y. World.
In these century-end days, when
everybody seems to be wholly absorbed
in making his or her neighbor
live up to higher ideals, it seems fitting
to call attention to some matters
which, though they lack the importance
of equal suffrage or cycling as a
proper recreation for women, are nevertheless
disturbing factors in the
problem of the perfected life. For instance:
Why will men carry half-smoked,
burning cigars into "L" trains and cable
cars, and why don't conductors
Why vv ill women always ask the elevator
boy to wait and then remember
that they don't want to uso it at nil?
Why will a man bore his friends
with stories of his wife nnd babies instead
of going home to them?
Why will a woman always wait until
she gets just in front of a ticket window
before she tries to find her pocket-book?
Why will a man take fifteen minutes
to tell you a story and then admit
that he "can't tell it?"
Why will women try to ape men and
then scorn any man who acts as they
do? N. Y. Recorder.
A Condensed Novel.
Same old story, only different. Big
bank; trusted cashier. Cashier married,
but there are others. One of
others beautiful woman. Double life,
two establishments. Sounds swagger,
but dangerous. Tried before. Too
many bills. Deficit in bank, forty-seven
thousand dollars. Directors
didn't direct. Somo other others.
Cashier in jail. Bank shutters up.
Wife in hysterics, children disgraced.
Always are. Beautiful woman off with
another man. Cashier chump. Got
found out. Best thing get found out.
Sentence soon; ten years, perhaps.
Making shoes in sweet by and by.
A Considerate Man.
A club man who was the victim of
strong'drink visited a wealthy gentleman
who showed him over his extensive
grounds. Coming to a beautiful
spring of water the host said: "The
prido of my park is this beautiful
natural spring. You will not find such
cool, clear wnter anywhere else. Refresh
yourself with a glass of this delicious
beverage of nature."
Club Man Thank you, but please excuse
me. I don't want to rob you.
We wonder if tho
will toll us that the high wages
and good times they have been
howling so much about caused the
10,000 tailors, who are now on a
strike in Now York and Brooklin
because their employers would not
pay them from 9 to 815 per week
each, to go out.
DELINQUENT SCHOOL TAX NOTICE.
Tho special school tax levied in
SafTord School Dist.No. 1, is now
delinquent. Those who havo not
paid said special tax arc notified
that if tho same is not paid to E.
D. Tuttlo, Collector, on or beforo
tho 20th day of July, 1895, tho list
will bo published and tho property
delinquent will bo sold as provided
NAMES OF PERSONS DELINQUENT AND
Wm. A. Bennott -Alonzo - $5.25
Bcebo, W. N. - 3.50
Blake John .81
Campboll Jno. W. - 2.07
Dial Henry -Corder - 5.70
J. E. 3.51
Ellsworth J. II. -Estrado - 3.G8
Ellsworth Wm. - 3.87
Pompoyo Jaimo -Morrill 1.59
Soth A. - 2.47
Nutting II. II. -Packer 3.G3
W. J. - - 4.30
In order to enable the abovo
named to pay their tax without expense,
tho time has been extended
by the trustees until August 10th,
Positively no further extension
will bo made. So please pay up.
Edward D. Tuttle,
Tho United States Land Laws
read that all Land Notices must
bo published in the paper nearest
KANCH FOK SALE.
Eighty acres of improved land
two miles from SafTord, patented
thirty acres in alfalfa, twenty-five
acres planted in corn, comfortable
adobo dwelling, best well of water
in the valley, irrigation facilities
unsurpassed, water cannot fail un
til tho Gila river goes dry. The
ranch will pay tho purchase monoy
in two years from tho alfalfa alone.
F. L. B. GooDWiN.Solomonvillo
TIANO TOK SALE-
One Lyon & Hcaly Piano for
sale cheap for cash. For further
particulars apply at tho Guardian
nincLB 0F inceriro
Of the Graham County Mining
and Smelting1 Company.
Wo, II. N. Chluisos, W.E.Brown, Lies H
CHLUtSON, WFSLEV W. HALTERMAS II. II
CiinnsoN, S. M. HaI.tfrmax, and W. C.
Ho Thereby associate oursches together, organize
and form a corporation to transact the
business of mining, smelting, selling and other
wise disposing of gold, silver, copper and other
ores and metals, and also to purchase, sell own
and hold all real property and all personal
property that may be necessary or expedient
In transacting said business.
Tho name of said corporation shall be THE
GRAHAM COUNTY MINING AND SMELTING
COMPANY, and Its principal place of
shall bo at tho town of Thatcher, In the
County of Graham and Territory of Ariiona.
The capital stock of said corporation shall be
One Hundred Thousand Dollars, which shall
bo ilhlded Into Ten Thousand Shares, and
eachof said shares shall be of the par alue of
All stock must be paid for as soon as it is issued.
Tho working capital of this corporation shall
be Twenty Thousand Dollars.
The time ol the commencement of this corporation
shall be the day on which these artl
cles of Incorporation shall be flled for record In
tho office of the county recorder of said Graham
countv, and its time of termination shall bo
tw enty j ears after said time of commencement.
The affairs of said corporation shall be conducted
by the following officers, to wit: A
board of directors, each of w hom must own
stock of said corporatlen. One of said directors
shall be president of the corporation, and said
president shall be chairman cf said
board of directors. Another one of said directors
shall be of the corporation
The shall act as president
the president Is absent or unable to act.
A secretary and a treasurer of said corporation
shall be chosen.
All officers of this corporation shall be elected
by ballot by a majority of the stock thereof represented
at each annual meeting of said stock
owners, but In case of an emergency they may
be elected at any regular meeting. Said annual
meeting shall be held at,ald principal place of
business on the first Monday in Reptember of
each ) car.
The highest amount of Indebtedness which
said corporation ina' contract or Iiao at any
timo shall not exceed Ten Thousand Dollars.
Thcprhatepiopcrty of all stock owners In
said corporation shall be exempt from all Its
corporate debts and liabilities.
None but ow nen of Its stock shall be eligible
to any office or qualified lo hold any office In
The follow ins officers are ihoien by said corporation
and outhorlzed to act from the commencement
of the corporation until the first an
nual meeting of said stock owners to be held on
the first Monday In September, A. D. 1 vfl, it
W.O. HoT, 1
Lars II. fin arson-, I
hiLtsM. Hiltfuman, Director.
W. E. Urow v,
II. N. ClILARKON j
II. N. Cm U!ov, President.
W. E. Urow v, vice-President:
II. ii. Ciilarsov, Secretary.
Wjslfv W. HU.TXUMAN. Treasurer.
These arthles of Incorporation maj
at any annual or regular meeting of said
stock owners by a majority of the Hock there
II. It. ClllAHSON,
V. E. 11ROWN,
L'ountvofUkuiam, f '
Before me tfiis day appeared 11. N. fhlarson,
W.E. Brown, Lars II. CMarson, Wesley V.
Ualtcrraan. II. It. Chlarson, S. M. Haltermau
and W. 0. Hoj t, w Ith all of w hom I am, and for
along timo hae been, personaly aud well
acquainted, and each of them acknowledged to
me that he Is one of the corporators whose
names are subscribed to the foregoing articles
of Incorporation, and each for himself further
acknowledged to me that he executed said articles
freely, oluntarlly aud for the purpose
and uses therein stated.
In (nitness whercfo I have hereunto set my
Uand and affixed ray official seal this '29th la
The P armers
Wo carry a complete
stock of . . .
"Wo will exchange our goods for
Country Produce, for which
wo pay tho highest market prices.
Mrs. G. W. Williams,
Orsor? ;. S(NPPeard
(I.atc of San Francisco.)
and FURNACE Work
A Specialty. Terms Reasonable.
For the Good things
of this earth go to
Who alw ays keeps In Stock the
Choicest Brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
Schlitz and Anheuser Beer
Always in Stock.
Saloon opposite Jennings and Klrtland's ijtors
REAVES and PARKS,
Private Club Room for patrons
Has completed arrangements to
furnish a fino lot ofPhotographs
I am now making my photographs
on a new system and guarantee
E. M. Curtis,
Main Street, THATCHER, A. T.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
TIN, SHEET IRON
AND COPPER WARE
Repairing promptly and Neatly
done at Reasonable prices.
ISPB1PARJDTO I I
Do All Kinds of Building.
Bids accompanied by plans and
Furnished on Short Notice
OFFICB, ROLLINS 11ROS' STORE,
PIMA, - - ARIZONA
Choice Liquors and Fine Cigars.
Comfortable Club Room Attached.
McGinty & Whitewings, Propr's
Pima's Barber Shop
Cor. MAIN and First "WEST St.:
Shaing and Latest St)lcs of hair cutting neatly
executed, itazors in uonumnn.
T. E. NORTON, Prop.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
BFrAlKED rr.OMlTLY BY &
E. C. RABER,
Clifton, - - Arizona.
S. N. ENSTROM,
,sKEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HA
A STOCK OF-
Reliable Boots & Shoes,
He 1? also prepajVl to make .
Boot and Sho? to order '
WHEAT 0 FARMERS o HIGHER
IsLckiiI IiiTlielv firloes tiro
TElVDJEIfc. GLORY. COIVIIIVG.
Savo all Your Grain by Properly Harvesting It. The way
:: :: :: to do it is to buy an :: :: :: '
Osborne : Steel : Frame : Binder,
Orllimdy, LIHt RuiinliiB
chineat oncer" We kp SuS i all SfiHn WoS'ofiSS S BCCUrea
Santa Fe Routes
The Favorite Route to nil Pnina
North, East and West.
See that your tickets read via the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fo Railway. For any information fares,
tions, etc, call on or address
C. H. MOBBHOUSE, D. F. & P. A.,
Successor to M.
A Full and Complete Stock of
FREE CORRAL AND WATER FOR TEAMSTERS
Ft. Thomas, San
LAYTON BROS., .
Runs Daily Stages between
CARRIES TJ. S.MAIL. All kinds
W 0 aro prepared to carry passengers at all times, and keep extra
rigs for the accommodation of drummers and families.
and REP A
GEO. A. OLHBY, Prop'r.
Xifft's OW Stand.
W, B. FONDA,
General M 6f Cfiail tl JS6
Alao Agents for
The White Sewing Machine Co.
The White l King -000000- The hltc is KtiiK
The White isKing
The hlte Is KIhr -000000- The bte Ii Kin
Highest Cash Trices paid
for Hay, Uraln ami ail
kinds of Ranch IToduce.
We Make a Specialty of Ranch
At Cut Prices.
I Wish to Announce to the
Public that I havo Refitted
and overhauled my
And am now prepared to
do Good Work.
YOU CAN GET
IN ANY STYLE DESIRED
at my new location on
J D. Russell.
" a. b, Mccarty,
Osborne Sfilf TtalrA Ponnov
GEO. T. NICHOLSON, G. P. & T. A., Topeka, Kan'.
El Paso, Tox
Carlos and Globe!
the above named places.
of Express promptly fqrwardeda
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irtin. nmw .t i.
Hives, Smokers, Sections, Honey
Extractors, Comb Foundations
.AND ALL KINDS Or- --
( flpIARIAN JUPPLIES
Manufactured bv the LAIIY JI'P"0 CO. .
Write for estimates on Iarre miAniitfpit. tends
for my Bee Book: by l'rof. J. II. House, and 20-
Yto tret rrro tt MfalAmia ft ildvAea 1
l'"B ..&vw.. ...vfcuc. rtuunro,
"W. I. Jeflerson,
Dress Goods Silks, Satins '
and Notions, and Velvets!
Special attention Hat Trimming
Dreses Made to Order. Satisfaction
Mrs. L. M. Gustavison;
Main street, PIMA, A, T.
D. M. GREEN,
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