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MF THE INSTITUTE.
Bfff FBIDAY, OBTOBER 18, 1895.
ft it i
Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix
Time Table No. 11.
In Effect June 13, 18D3.
Mountain Time is Standard Used.
N0 31INO. 3 No.4No32
(80a 315p Ivd. .Ash Fork.. 1245p 740p
7 30 4 05 KOC1C HUttO .. 11 A3 6 40
eoo 4 28 .Cedar (Undo . . 11 30 6 10
6 40 455 Del Klo 11 00 5 30
20 5 10 Jerome Junction . 10 40 5 10
loss 6 00 9 55 400
1100 C10 0 41 3 10
11 ss 633 Irou Springs.. .. 9 17 2 40
t22Sp 7 25 8S0 125
1 uu 7 45 jdBkull 8 10 lOOp
120 8 02 Kirimnu... . 7 50 12 40
160 825 .. , UrandVlevr. ., . 728 12 15
208 8 40 . Hillside. 7 10 11 55
2 3.1 900 . Cottonwood . . . 6 45 1130
2 62 9 15 ....Martinez 630 11 10
S30 9 33 . Congress . 6 15 10 50
2 47 9 50 . . llarqua llala... . 565 10 10
4 15 10 15 ,.W lekenbury 5 30 9 40
4 45 10 40 Vulture . 5 05 9 10
r. 03 10 5.1 Hot Springs J miction 4 60 8 60
r. so 1120 iearuie.. . . 422 8 18
. 5.50 11 40 . Marinette 4 05 755
coo 1147 . Peoria 3 57 7 45
4 15 11 65 Ultndale. . 3 47 7 25
C 30 12 05a .Alhambra 3 15 7 00
C50p 12 20 nr , pheulx. ...U 3 20a 6 45
A VOICE FROM THE TEACHERS
OF GRAHAM CO.
In a recont issue of tho Phonix
Herald wo notico that tho Maricopa
county teachers have decided not
to attend the territorial institute to
bo hold at Prcscot. "What could
bo moro surprising than this? Last
year at the meeting of the instituto
at Phonix tho Maricopa county
teachers voted unanimously for tho
instituto to bo hold noxt at Pres
Wo do not fcol like making any
grave charges, but it docs appear
to us that tho teachers of tho
county are trying to break up
our Torritoriul instituto. Thoy
know that without their united of-forts
tho instituto cannot exist.
Thoy know that if thoy oppose the
measure it ss dead. .They understand
and aro conscious- of tho
power they hold as tho largest
enunty in tho Territory. Tho
change tijat Jjas como over them as
(ho enthusiastic wojdfprg pf a year
kgo is astonishing. It is unnoo
ossary for yon, as tcaohors, to
adopt such harsh measures to convince
othorGGUtittrS of tho power
you holcl as thoy aro porfectly
coascious of it. Tho teachers of
thcrcforo doff thoir hats to
you and ask you to reconsider this
If for any causo the teachers of
Maricopa county fail to assist in
making tho Prescott instituto a
success, since it was by thoir voto
it went there, then wo must conclude
thai thoy aro Oh tho decline,
and cordially invito them to visit
Jraham county, where tho dying
embers of thoir enthusiasm may bo
kindlcd.into flamo again and whoio
thoir drooping spirits may rccoivo
If tho defense in the Durrant
caso had rested immediately upon
tho close of tho prosecution and
bad gono to tho jury with tho arguments
at onco, it would in our
bumble judgement havo beon in a
stronger position than tho ono in
which it now finds itself. Tho
most damaging testimony has been
disclosed by tho nowspapers since
the defense oponod -its caso.
has not mado good tho promises
of his opening statement. Tho
dolonso seems to be a fishing excursion
for "delay and an accidental
opening, and while it is accomplishing
nothing each day dovolops
mord testimony for the prosecution.
Every day's delays now
seems to surround tho defense with
new complications, and it seoms to
bo stumbling along blindly to almost
certain conviction. It has
been usually considered by successful
criminal lawyers good policy
for tho defnnso to confuse tho
record and fight for time from start
to finish. But tho delay has been
a fatal factor in tho caso, and
aol for tho defense seom all at sea.
It is pretty evident that Dtirnut
has not taken his attornoys into
bis confidence for the simple reason
that ho cannot afford to, and they
realize the fact, and without qucs
tioning him too closely aro struggling
along with him. Wo did not
think at first that a convi. tion
could he secured, but it now 1 oks
as if tho extreme penalty will at
Tinspiobability is that tho vali
dity of tho Immigration Commissioner
law will be tested in tho
Supreme court. For the second
time has tho Maricopa county
board of supervisors refusod to pay
tho salary of the commissioner,
and it is thought it will be takon
to Mie .""nrieiiip court for final sot-
The Board of Education of tho
Academy at Thatcher, havo offored
to tho toacho'rs of tho county,
through tho county school superintendent,
tho frco uso of tho
building for tho county
Instituto, and will furnish it with
overything noccssary for tho '
of tho teachors. Wo
boliovo it a good idea to hold tho
Instituto at Thatchor for tho roason
that tho Academy building is tho
only school houso in tho county
suitable for tho purpose It is true
that tho Instituto has herotoforo
been hold in tho court houso at
Solomonvillo, but a school houso
is preferable as it is necessary to
havo school apparatus in order for
teachors to illustrato thoir ideas in
lectures and in tho discussion of
school matters. Bcsidos this,
Thatcher is moro centrally located
than Solomonvillo, and thero aro
nino teachers living thero, and th,oy
aro making preparations to havo
tho visiting teachers entortained
by tho pooplo of tho town froo of
District Attornoy, Wiloy E.
Jones, who wont to Chicago a littlo
over two months ago, returned to
Solomonvillo last Thursday
Mr. Jones, it will bo romom
bored, was bitten by a dog supposed
to be mad, and ho mado tho
trip east for tho purpose of taking
tho celebrated Pasteur treatment.
He was an inmato of tho hospital
for nearly ono month, during
which time tho treatment in all its
mysteries was administered.
Shortly after loavmg tho hospital
blood poisoning pet in and ho was
compelled to tako his bed for a
short time. Mr. Jones, although
somewhat thinner- than when ho
left, is looking very well. Immediately
upon his ai rival homo
ho set about his duties as prosecuting
attornoy, and during tho
present term of court is looking
after tl'O interests of Graham county
as usual, .
in tho United States is a revival of
a moro rugged spirit of Americanism,
such as was exhibited by tho
hcroca of tho robcllion. A spirit
that doscn't require- any other
country to tell us what our 'circulating
medium shall bo, or how wo
shall regulate our finances. Wo
havo always beon big enough to
tako caro of our solves, and wo aro
ablo now to tako caro of our own
financial policy. 1 tell you that
any privato citizon who would
carry on business on tho methods
of tho national treasury of lato
would be in tho bankrupt courts
half tho timo and tho othor half
timo in tho stato prison."
Tiii! first issue of tho Southwestern
Stockman, Farmer and Feeder,
since it has mado Phonix its homo,
reachcr our tablo this week, and to
say that tho oxtonsivo chango adds
to its appoaranco would be putting
it mildly. It is now a handsome
4-column, journal, devoted
principally to tho stock raising in
dustry of Arizona. Brother Pugh
is a livo and energetic newspaper
man, and by tho largo run of advs.
ho has already secured shows that
Phcnix appreciates anothor good
paper. Wo wish you all success
The Silver Belt announces in
tones of gladness that a faro game
has boon in Globe, and
its venerable editor is looking forward
with fond anticipation to tho
timo when tho dance houses will
ro open their doors. Oh, Judgo
Hacknoy, wo aro surprised. Western
It has beon decided by County
School Superintendent Oluff to
hold tho Teacher's Instituto on
Nov. 20th, 21st and 82nd inclusive
A good program has boon arranged,
which is published elsewhere in
this issue, and all tho teachors in
tho county should exert themselves
to inako tho instituto a complete
Gov. and Mrs. Hughes, and Superintendent
of Public Instruction
Nothcrton will visit Graham
county next month. It is thoir intention
to bo present at tho teach
er's institute, and nlso visit as
many schools as possible during
Hok. M. A. Smith has been appointed
assistant U. S. District
Attorney for Arizona. A better
selection could not havo been mado
in tho territory.
Advertise in the Guardian.
NEW YORK WORLD,
TnE Twice-a-week Edition of tho
Now York World has been converted
into tho It
furnishes 3 papers of 0 pages apoico
or cightoon pagea every weok, at
tho old price of ONE DOLLAR a
yoar. This gives 156 papers a year
lor Ono Dollar and ovory paper
has G pages eight columns wido or
48 columns in all. Tho
Would is not only much
larger than any wookly or
newspaper, but it furnishes
tho news with much greator frequency
and promptness. In fact it
combines all tho crisp, fresh qualities
of a daily with tho attractive
special features of a weekly.
LOOK AT THIS.
The Now York
WORLD and tho GUARDIAN can
bo had fo ono year for 2.75. Send
tho price of both subscriptions to
this office and securo two good
papers for a littlo moro than tho
cost of one.
Articles of Incorporation.
OftheBryce Irrigation Canal Co.,
Located and Operated by E.
Bryce & Sons, Dec. 1st.
Namo of corporation, Bryce Irrigation Canal
vo. uuraiion or incorporation mty years.
Business of Corporation, lrriRatlnR and Manufacturing.
Principal place of business, Bryce, Graham
Amount of Capital Stock. S2 150 00.
Amount of each share, $50 00
Head of Ditch, the east lino of the S E ', of tho
R W K of See, 22, Tp 6 South of Ranee 25 Fast
Termination of Ditch, north line of S E of tho
NEK of Sec 12, Tp 6. South of Range 24 East,
Gila and Salt rlrcr Meridian. Source of supply
S. S. Marshal. E. Dm ce, H.M.Jeter, E. M,.
IIIUCE, A. . IHUtE, J. Y.
PlIII.O. MinniLL, jACOBS.SiIKRMAN, Marv
Ans Brcf, E. Bryce & H5.N9, W. J. Packer.
Bryce, Graham Co , Oct 14th, 1895.
Pcrsonalh appeared before mo E. Bryce, II.
SI. Jeter, E. P. Bryce, A N Bryce, J W Bryce, G
A Brytc, Thil C Merrill. Jacob 8 Sherman, Mary
Ann Bryce, EBrjccS Son, Sheriff 8 Marshall,
who, bclug personally Vnown to me do affirm
that their names signed to the aboo Instrument
was signed with their own free will and accord
and for tho purposes therein mentioned.
GFO, O. PECK,
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No, 4,
Safford. Ariz , Oct 16th, 1805.
Personally appeared before me, W. B. Fonda,
a Justice of tho Peace in and for the County of
Graham, James Freestone, personally known to
me to be the person who signed the aboo
incorporation, and he acknowledged to
me that he signed said articles of Incorporation
of his own free will, and for ths purposes
therein expressed. In witness whereof I
hae hereunto set my hand and seal tho day
and year first obo e written.
W. B. Fonda, J. P. Trccinct No. 1.
In the District Court, Second Judicial District,
Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of
GENOBEVO JUAREZ. Plaintiff.
DEI.FINO JUAREZ Defendant
Action brought in tho District Court of the
Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona
in and for the County of Graham.
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to
You are hereby summoned ana required to
appear in an action brought against yon by tho
abme named plaintiff and answer tho complaint
filed with tho Clerk of the atwHe entitled
court at Solomoin llle, in tho County of Graham,
Territory of Arizona, within ten days (cxclush e
of tho day of servite) after the sen ico upon yon
of this summons If scred in this county, but If
served out of the county but within this district
then u itnln tw enty daj s, In all other c uses within
You are hereby notified that if jou fail to appear
and answer the complaint as required by
law Judgment by default w 111 be entered against
you, and costs and disbursmeuts inthls behalf
, , Gl en under my hand and the seal of
l.. I the District Court afflxed hereto, at
seal Solomonvillo, this 3rd day of Oct.
' . ' 1W5. Burw FI I. B Adams, Clerk.
F. L. B. Goodwin, attorney for plaintiff.
The only first class Hotel in Saffoid
Situated Com enlent to Depot
Alu a) s prepared to furnish
Commercial men first class
Largo and well ventilated rooms,
arc among its attractions.
Our Tables are supplied with the
Best Food Attainable.
Monthly Boarders furnihed special rates
MRS. E. A. GROESBECK,
P. J Jacobson. Q. P. Jacobson.
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
(Jeoeral -;- Terer;ar;dis
Cheapest House in tho Valley
for Cash. Highest pi ices paid for
wheat and barley. New Goods,
Low Prices at our Largo Building.
P. J. Jacobson & Sens.,
SAFFORD. Cor. R. R. Street.
. . .. ..... . . ,,.... ... i.,rf. M..j M. I..- in Willi, .i.m fl i..M i a iM.'l i r - .
Infallible Remedies for
Diseases of the Eyes
ACUTE OE CHRONIC,
GHtA.lrXJXJA.TIOV OF THE H.irS,
OF THE LOCBTJRYINAJL. GHLAJNTDS
IPILai AND OV VISION BMIOM
THESE REMEDIES aro prepared from tho prescriptions of Dr.
G. fl. Forter, and havo been used by him for the past 30 years in
his practice. Thoy aro entirely Vogotable, and although vory
Bland and Unirritating to the eyes, aro Unfailing in their Bcnoficial
These preparations aro presented to the public with the assurance
of their efficacy as curative of most diseases of tho eyo, Acute or
For all persons whoso vocations requires an incessant action of tho
eyes, theso remedies will act liko a charm.
Thoy are tho most efficient, cleanly and agreeable remedies ever
discovered, and will bo most prompt in restoring a uniform healthy
action of the eyes.
EYE WATER, 25c Per Bottle. SALVE, 25c Per Box.
SAFFORD, A. T.
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
JOHN BLAKE & CO.
Grain, Corn Meal, Bran and Shorts,
Produce and General Merchandise.
CHOP FEED ALWAYS ON HAND
CEILETO AND SHINGLES
Oregon and Puget Sound Flooring
-:- and Sugar Pine Lumber
PLANS SPEGIFIGAflONS ANB
D. W. Wlolcorhlium,
Q Wholesale Dealers in 'vf
ALL STAPLE COODS
TO LOCAL MERCHANTS!
Why send East or "West for your Goods when wo can furnish them
to you at better rates than you can buy for elsewhere. We purchase
our goods in mammoth quantities. All goods consigned to our care
will bo promptly forwarded to San Carlos nnd Globe.
BELLE OE &&.
Kl I'nso, Tex.
JV , ,
$f&i ' y
fir -i !
I AM AFTER YOU R
And expect to
of Goods for littlo
and best quality
And my store is full up to tho ceiling with LADIES
CLOTH, KOHTAN SUITINGS, FLANNELETTsf
SERGES and LADIES' CLOTH and SERGES.
Immense Lino of
ALSO A LARGE LINE OF
Boots and Shoes
Como and oxaming my stock and convinco yourself
that you will save money by doing so.
L E Solomon,
CAN YOU MAD TH TTPS WITHOUT TRAiMa VOVfl EYCI p
If Yoi Cannot Do It Your
Eyesight is Defective,
And you should at onco proceed
with fcrlasses by an
Proper Treatment and Fit Guaranteed
at Moderate prices, at :: :: :: ::
H. A. Zeckendorfs
THE LEADING ARIZONA JEWELER, !
Tucson, - - Arizona.
Your Correspondence is Solicited. ;
Drugs and Pure Medicines.!
WE CARRY IN STOCK THE
: I PATENT MECICINES.
adtii rro . 1
lUIUtl MOI IWU.L.O l
MEDICATED SOAPS XZ
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
II. I?. "Wiprlitiiian,
get it by selling you tho Best Clasp
money. I carry tho largest stocfj
of goods in the valley.
to havo your oyes Tested and Fitted!
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BEST LINE OF
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