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GUARDIAN PUBLISHING CO.,
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Harry B. Fox, - - Secretary.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895.
rep J car, InntUnnce 13.00
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Address nil Communications
The Guardian Pub. Co.,
PUiilio spirited men are valuablo
to any community.
Wouk logctlior for the building
up of your own town.
Now is the time to turn your at
tontion to the building of the enterprise
Ik Hie fight on Saturday night
between one of Saflbrds lads and a
Mexican, young America came
Tin: reopening of the Globe
mines means a great deal, not only
to the people- in Gila county, but
also to the peoplo of Graham
A correspondent writes from
Japan that cholera has already destroyed
twenty times as many lives
in that country as wcro lost in tho
Avar with China.
Saffoud is experiencing quite a
building boom. Business houses
and residences aro being built on
all sides. Thus tho enterprising
spirit of our citizens is manifest.
South Carolina will hold a constitutional
convention in a lew
flnvs. tho principal business of
which will bo to doviso a constitu
tion that will disfranchise most of
tho negro voters.
Turkey has about reached tho
end of her rope in her Armenian
atrocities. Tho diflcicnt powers
havo about decided that tho .world
can do without such barbarious
It is annoiyiGciTtiiat Judge Emory
Specr of tho United'
TnTrt for tho Southern District of
fionvcin. has accontcd tho invita
"'- 7 A
tion to deliver tho opening address
at tho Cotton States and Interna'
Ax English woman was arrostcd
in Now York .rccontly for riding
astride and tho polico commissioners
decided that a? woman can ride
in that fashion if she want's to.
Bicycle bloomers will probably bo
Thkre havo been .more cattle
shipped from Graham county this
year than for sovoral years past,
and tho prospect for more sales at
good ficuros is said to bo fair, and
stockmen aro happy. Tho wintor
range for cattlo left will bo good.
Miller PiLLsnuiiY remarks that
u current wheat roport is like printing
the Lord's prayer and calling
it news, but it i9 a question if the
sentiments of that piayor would
not bo regarded as highly
not to say incredible, nows
if published in Washington and
One hundred and lifiy Indian''
who have been working for Frank
Vanco at Deer River Minn., gathering
his hay crop, went on a strike
last week, and capturing Vance,
they threatened to burn him at the
stako unless ho acceeded to their d
mnnds. More than this, tho Indians
declared they would sen!p
him belore tho torturo was begun.
"Vanco mado his escape.
Thk platform adopted by the
"Utah Democratic Territorial convention,
on Sept. 5th declares in
favor of tho immediate restoration
of tho free and unliinitod coinago
of gold and silver at tho ratio of
10 to 1 as such coiimgo existed
prior to 1873, without waiting for
tho aid or consont of any other
nation, gold and silvor coin to bo
'-.full legal tender for all debts public
THE CAUSE IS PROGRESSING.
Ex-Congressman Wm. J. Bryan,
who is one of silver's leading
champions, in speaking, a fow.days
ago, of tho progress being made
in behalf of tho whito metal, said:
"I think tho causo of frco silver
is progressing as rapidly as could
bo expected. Tho work which
needs to be done now is not so
much a work of conversion, because
a large majority of tho peo
plo aro now in favor of tho freo
coinago of silver at tho ratio of 1G
to 1? It is organization which is
"The recent declaration of Mr.
Balfour, will help rather than in-
jnro tho causo of silver in this
country, because it will convince
thoso who have been waiting for
international bimetallism that it is
improbable if not impossible.
Thorc aro two classes who havo
been advocating international bimetallism
thoso who really desire
international bimetallism and
thoso who did not desire it, bin
used it as a means ol delaying independent
action by this country.
Tho honest international bimetal-list
will now see tho necessity for
independent action and the pretended
intei national bimctallist
will become tho open advocate of
tho gold standard, and as such can
do far less harm than when lighting
"Sinco tho close of Congress 1
have visited Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Mieigan, Wisconsin, Missouri, Ten-
ncssdo. Kentucky, Georgia, Ala
ssissippi. jjouisiana, Ar
kansas, Texas, Indian Territory,
Oklahoma and Kansas. All of tho
Southern States aro safely for silver
with tho possible oxcoption of
Kentucky. The magnificent fight
being mado by Senator Blackburn
may cnabloms to secure delegates
from that state to tho Domodratic
"Tho recent conference held at
Washington is much more important
than tho Eastern newspaper
men seem to think. In Juno of
lintf vonr tho silver Democrats of
Nebraska held a conferonco and organized
for tho purpose of capturing
tho Democratic State convon"
tion. Tho fall Ivibio the Democratic
State convention, by a vote
of ii to 1, indorsed the president's
financial policy, but this conference
of silver Democrats and tho organ
ization thero perfected succeeded
in capturing tho Stato convention
and adopting a 10 to 1 resolution
bv a vote of 8 to 1. Tho silver"
Democrats lnhji.E'rttio'h can carry
tonal convention with less
difficulty than wo encountered in
'There is a strong silver sentiment
among tho Republicans of
Michigan, Ulinoio, Kansas and such
olhci "Western States as I havo
been in. I think that tho fight has
not progressed as far in tho "Repub
lican as in tho Democratic party,
but I look for a rapid development
of silver sentiment after Congress
meets. If tho silver Republicans
will organize as thoroughly as tho
silver Democrats aro organizing.
they will bo propared to do much
better work in 1890. Wo havo a
great many silver Republicans in
"Tho great troublo with tho aid
tho Populists aro giving to
bimetallism," continued Mr. Bryan
"is that they aro associating with
it a number of other issues which
lesson their influence Whilo the
effort in Democratic and Republican
parties is boing directed to securing
a declaration in favor of
frco coinage. Tho work to bo dono
in the Populist party lies in tho direction
of making tho monoy question
paramount and putting other
reforms in the background at present.
A number of leading Populists
arc anxious that this should
bo dono. Senator Butler, of North
Carolina mado uso of an expression
which I think is very forcible. He
was insisting upon making tho
monoy question tho only issue of
1890, ard ho said: "I am just as
much in favor of tho government
ownoiship of railroads as I ever
was, but 1 do not want tho government
to own tho railroads so
long as tho Rothschilds own the
"Wo havo more than a fighting
show," asserted Mr. Bryan, in conclusion.
"Nothing except tho
stupidity of tho friends of frco coin-ago
can prevent their electing tho
president in 1890.
The Phcnix man who had screw
worms in his nose has had over
three hundred of them removed
from that organ.
THE NEW DAY.
Arizona stands at tho threshold
of an cia of wonderful social and
industrial development. There
can't bo a doubt about tho fact.
Tho dawn for which she has waited
so long is breaking at last. Thero
is ovory promise of a day of great
prosperity and pormanent upbuild
ing just heforo her. The impulse of
a now and energizing liopo is
everywhere among tho people,
whilo tho cumulative effect of many
things, which mado but small impression
as they transpired singly,
is now commanding for her a full
share of attention and interest
abroad among home seekers and
a lively competition nas sprung
up for tho possession of things
which havo heretofore gone a-begging
for ownership. There is a
scramble for franchises. Nothing
more surely indicates a great industrial
awakening than this. Tho
rales of interest aro falling to moderate
figures. Nothing more surely
indicates confidence and competition
among tho monoy lenders
Arizona has reached that period
of climax which ovcry western state
has experienced sometime in its
history when, after long and weary
struggling and doubt, "with each
side of the balanco first up and
then down, tho clouds of despondency
havo suddenly rolled away
and a sunburst of energizing hope
has thrilled the drooping spirits of
tho peoplo to a greater and
braver endeavor than before Fit:
Much, iii'Denver JTews.
ATTACK ON GENERAL MILES.
The attack mado on General
Nelson A. Miles in the St. Louis
Republic of August 30th, was
cowardly, false and malicious, and
the correspondent who wrote the
article was no doubt a paid hiding
of some one jealous of General
Miles and who wishes to provent
him from receiving tho appointment
of commander-in-chief of tho
armies of tho United States, which
comes to him by right. Such an
attack on General Miles cannot in-
juro his chaiacter but will be plac
cd, by peoplo who know tiie record
of the old soldier, to tho discredit
of i tho paper that gave it pub
licity General Miles will always
havo a placo in tho hearts
peoplo of Arizona for,'iis success
in ridding Territory of a
KntrTIerous band of red skins, at
whoso hands nearly every carl'
settler suffered, and should he stand
m need of dofonco from this
scribbler tho people
of Arizona would bo found in the
foremost ranks to defend him.
Stock cattle aro surely tho best
possible investment for tho cattlemen
just now, and thoso who buy
tho stock and cross them with
good, bulls havo an assured profit
awaiting them within tho next fow
years. It seems that everything
available in the steer lino from
twos up will find its way to tho
shambles this season, and next
year that class of cattlo will be as
scarce as hen's tcoth. Cows and
steers, yearlings, aro gilt-edged
property in tho cattlo lino, and at
present prices thoy aro much cheaper
than feedeis. Stockman
The Austerlilz Gold Mining Co.
has bonded for 840,000 to tho
National Mining and Development
Compain- the Austcrlibs group of
mines in tho Oro Blanco distaict.
Tho bond covers all tho machinery
employed except a dynamo, pump,
scales and assayer's balance. Tho
bond will run one year. To tho
same granteo Albert Sholtonbrand
has bonded tho Sholtonbrand group
iii tho samo district for 25,000.
The National Mining and Development
Company is a leccntly organized
Los Angeles corporation
with headquarters at Yuma Bee
General Hardin is standing
squarely on tho platform, and
neither Mr. Carlisle, Senator Lindsay
nor Mr. Watterson dare undertake
to put in parallel columns any
passago from any of his speeches
and any clause, phraso or sentence
from tho platform that conflicts
with it. Unless thoy can do this,
thoy must themselves stand convicted
of bolting tho platform, the
candidates and the party. Memphis
Stockmex report good ranges
and cattlo in good condition
The United States Land Laws
read that all Land Notices must
bo published in the paper nearest
AN INHUMAN MOTHER.
ho 1)1 onus Her Illegitimate Clillil In n
Last Sunday morning there was
considerable excitement in Tempo
over the finding of tho body of a
now born infant in the Hayden
ditch. It had ovedcntly lain in the
ditch for several days, and thero
being no clothes bn it tho prospects
of finding the inhuman parent who
had cast it into the waters was not
Since the finding of tho body tho
officers havo followed up every
clue which has been presented, and
last evening they succeeded in
landing the motner of tho child in
jail. The woman arrested, and
who acknowledges her guilt, is a
colored woman about eighteen
years of age, named Bell Washington.
She is well known here,
where, for two yoars, she worked
for Supervisor George, but for the
past seven months has been employed
in tho family of Attorney
Kingsbury, at Tempo.
Sho states that the child was
born "Wednesday night, and before
daybreak of that day she had
thrown it in the ditch. Sho gives
tho name of a whito man living at
Tempo as the father of the child,
but does not implicato him in the
Sheriff Ormc has been in Tempo
nearly all day to-day looking up
cvio c? in tho case, and
morning the woman will bo
given a preliminary trial before
Justice Johnstone- IFrmld.
For the next two weeks I will
sell tho Whito Hot Springs Lime
for 45 cents per 100 lbs, for cash.
J. D. Hor.r.ADAY.
1C.VNUII I OK SALi:.
Eighty acres of improved land
two miles from Safl'ord, patented
Unity acres in alfalfa, twenty-five
acres planted in corn, comfortable
adobe dwelling, best well ol water
in the valley, irrigation facilities
unsurpassed, water cannot fail un
til the Gila river goes dry. The
ranch will pay the purchase monoy
in two years from the alfalfa alone.
P. L. B. GooDivix.Solomonvillo
Of tho Graham County Miiv
ing1 and Smelting Com-
We, II. N. Cin.tr.sos, . V.. Ititou v, L u:s II
t'liMRxoN, Wmixy vf Hwri r.viv II. It
ClILUtxOV, S. M. IIMTIRMIN, Mill JX (."
Ho t hereby assocJaferrrcTieh cs together, or-
to transact the
uiiucss if mining, smelting, sell ing and other
i io disposing of gold, slher, copper and other
ores and metals, and also to purchase, sell o-.i n
and hold nil real property and all personal
property that may bo necessary or expedient
in transacting said business
Thonamonf said corporation ihall be THE
GRAHAM COUNTY MINING AND SMELTING
COMPANY, and its principal placo of bus-ness
shall be at the town of Thatcher, in the
County of Graham and Territory of Arizona.
Tho capital stock of said corporation shall be
One Hundred Thousand Dollars, which shall
be dIUdcd into Ten Thousand Shares, and
each of said shares shall be of the par aluc of
All stock must be paid for as soon as it is issued.
The working capital of this corporation shall
bo Twenty Thousand Dollars.
Tho time ol the commencement of this corporation
shall be tho day on which these articles
of incorporation shall bo filed for record in
the office of the county recorder of said Graham
countv, and its time of termination shall bo
tw enty j ears ufter said lime of commencement.
Tho atlnlrs of said corporation shall bo conducted
by the following oilUcrs, lo wit: A
board of directors, each of whom must own
stock of said corporation. One of said directors
shall be president of the corporation, and said
president shall be chairman cf said
boird of directors. Another one of said directors
shall be ice-president of the corporation
Tho n Ice president shall act as president w
er the president is absent or unable to act.
A secretary and a ticasurer 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
meeltcg shall be held at,aid principal place of
business on the first Monday In September of
The highest amount of indebtedness which
said corporation may contract or haie at nny
timo shall not exceed Ten Thousand Dollars.
The prl ate property of all stock owners in
said corporation shall bo exempt from all its
corporate debts and liabilities.
None but owners of its stock shall be eligible
10 any office or qualified lo hold any office la
Tho following officers arc chosen by said
and authorised to act from tho
of the corporation until the first annual
meeting of said stoc'k nw tiers to be held on
tho first Monday In September, A. D. ISO",, to w It:
W. ('. Hot,
I,AKt II. ('HLir.ns,
SiifsM. II iLTEiuiAN, Directors.
N. t'lainsos J
11 N. Ciii.ap.sov, President.
W. K. Ilnow.y, Vice President.
II. r. CiiLvusov, Secretary.
Wlfy W. II liirnni!!, Treasurer.
These nrtlc les of Incorporation may
at any annual or regular meeting of said
stock owners by a majority of tho stock there
11 N. Ciilausov,
W. C. Hovt,
W. E. ItllOHN,
L. II. ClILlRSOV,
Wrsi r.v II ix.
Tfrritouy of Apizon v.l
COlNTYOFGr.tHAM, r ' 8S
liefore me this day nppeared II. N. Chlarson,
W. E. llrown, Ears II. Chlarson, Wesley W.
Haltcrman. II. K. Chlarson, S. M. Halterman
and W. C. Ho) t, with all of whom I am. and for
along time hao been, personaly and well
acquainted, and each of them acknowledged to
me that he is one of tho corporators w hose
names arc subscribed to tho foregoing articles
of incorporation, and each for himself further
acknowledged to ine that ho executed said articles
freely, voluntarily and for the purpose
and uses therein stated.
In witness wherefo I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal this 29thday
Of June, A. 1). 1803.
Thos E Willi ims, Notary Public.
The F armers
We cany a completo
stock of . . .
We will exchange our goods for
Country Produce, for which
we pay the highest market prices.
Mrs. G. W. Williams,
Orsor; Q gppeard,
I.atc of San Francisco.)
and FUBXACK Work
A Specialty. Terms Peasonablo.
S AFFORD, ARIZONA.
ror the Good things
of this earth go to
Who always keeps In Stock the
Choicest Brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
ScWitz and Anheuser Beer
Always in Stock.
Saloon opposite Jennings and Kirtland's Store
REAVES and PARKS,
Private Club Room for patrons
in all kinds of
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
DONE TO OltDEIt.
SAPFOBD, - - - - AEIZONA
E. M. Curtis.
Main Street, THATCHER, A. T.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
TIN, SHEET IKON
AND COPPER WARE
Repairing promptly and Neatly
dono at Reasonable prices.
Contractor i i
13 NtErAEED TO '
Do All Kinds of Building.
lllds accompanied by plans and
Furnished on Short Notice
o Correspondence Solicited
OFFICE, ROLLINS HMOS' 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.
Sha Ing and Latest Stj Jcs of hair rutting neatly
executed. Razors in first class condition.
T. E. NORTON, Prop.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
BErAIIlFB rBOMITLV HY
E. C. KABER,
Clifton, - - Arizona
S. N. ENSTROM,
JKF.ErS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A STOCK OF
Reliable Boots & Shoes,
'He Is also lirepircd to make
Hoots and Shoes to order
1HE o HIGHER "" j
Save all Your Grain by Proporly Harvesting It.
:: :: :: to do it ;s to buy an :: ::
Osborne : Steel : Frame :
Or Jlnnrty, IIulit IVuiiiiIiiu;
w'Biiisa. Osborne .Self Rake Reaper. JA t
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AsL R11V Tnlllor
t ho Osborne Machines and pay for It in 1 n at
HaVes on same 1 ?faCStin 111 A 'Pa.0 4,-'"a- t'nlln luiiu huh ftl.
ehine at once Wc keep Extras for all machines
The Favorite Route to all Points
North, East and West.
See that your tickets read via tho Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Kail way. For any information fares, connections,
etc, call on or address
E. COPLAND, General Agent, El Paso, Tex.
GEO. T. NICHOLSON. G. P. & T. A., Topeka, Kan.
d. h. mm
Successor to M. A. Leahy.
A Full and Complete Stock of
FREE CORRAL AJSp
Runs Daily Stages between
WATER FOR TEAMSTERS
CARRIES U. S. MAIL. All kinds of Express promptly forwarded.
We aro propared to carry passengers at all times, and keep extra
rigs for the accommodation of drummers and families.
Also Agents for
The White Sewing Machine Co.
Tho liite Is King The hlte is King
The White is King
The Whito L- King The hlte is King
Highest Cash Prices paid
for Hay. Grain and all
linds of Ranch I'roduce.
We Make a Specialty of Ranch
At Cat Prices.
Beef, Mutton and
Pork Fresli each
Wishing meat delivered will bo
accommodated. Will also run
a delivery wagon to Thatcher.
Jafford rat Tarlet.
Cheapest Rates. Best Tables.
Those desiring first-class
Belle and Bertha Noose, Propr's
Board by tho Day or Week
Meals Served at U Hours
The tables are supplied with the very best
to be had In the market; all kinds or egetnblcs
and fruit In season. Families boarded at
special rates Gi e us a call and be com inced
The way jf
mm gluing so muen grass ana roul weeds In
IftMo If nni U.ia (MlnnS,. ... I 1.....
thru! lilnir tlmp. ITav ihmWkh .irt
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juur neighbors a. id secure a Ma
told 'jy us, Call on or w rite us.
CapJos nd Globe
tho above named nlaccs.
and Dry Goods.
A Complete I.Inoof
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.-'
Also a large stock of BOOTS and SHOES at
from $1-00 to S3.50
We make a specialty of all kinds of
-:- XITLIiVEItY -:-
Also a fine line of Desirable Patterns of
Wall Paper, at from 20 to 40 cents per
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES- ;
You will always find our clerks attentive to
your wants, and our goods to Eli e satisfaction.
.T. DEt. "Wellcev & Co., "
Main Street, IAYT0N.
NEW CATALOGUE - ; ;
NFW PRICES '?$
Hives, Smokers, Sections, Honey
Extractors, Comb Foundations
AND ALL KINDS OF- -
W JJPIARIAN QUPPLIES.W
Manufactured by the L MI Y JI'K'O CO,
Write for estimates on large quantities. Send
for my Bee Book: by Prof. J M. Rouse, and
"large size" catalogue. Address
Dress Goods Silks, Satins
and Notions, and Velvets
Special attention Hat Trimming
Dresses Jladc to Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed
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Main street, PIMA, A. T.
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