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Safford rattler. (Safford, Ariz.) 1896-189?, September 23, 1896, Image 1

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ltonl 1'stnto Agents.
SAFl'ORI), - ARIZONA
Dr. M. E. Brenner,
DcntUt.
SAFFORD, - ARIZONA
Is prepared to make coo 1 false platts from
S1U0O up. Teeth positively extracted without
pain
W. B. Fonda,
Jtititlie of the IVuce,
SAFrORl), ARIZONA
Special attention given to collections
vater rights bought and sold.
Oriws deeds, contracts and all kinds of legal
papers. Titles examined and abstracts
R. S. Patterson,
SAFFORD, ... - ARIZONA.
P ractices in all Courts
J. H. McCollum,
nnn
Attornej' at Law,
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fcpt k dAFFORI) - -
' 0 1'rVticcs in U. S. and Ten
b tho United States La
ARIZONA.
Territorial Courts, and
,and OHlce.
SVFFORD,
n
For Cash, Cattle or Country
Produce.
Wholesale agents i'or llio famous
"beer.
Special Attention
Given to the receiving and
forwarding of- freight.
J. N. Porter, - Ft. Thomas.
The Leading Hotel of the Gila
Vnllev.
Mr. E. A.'Grokmieck,
: ; Hotel and :
;, Livery Stables
W , C. Madsqn, Prop.
Saflord, Arizona.
fe; W. B. JONES.
and Food. StaUos.
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ALL KINDS OF RIGS.
SSjffford, - - Ariz
Contemplation
W
Voters of Graham county will
you kindly look to the future font
few moments.
You know what Saflbrd i to-day
wih it beautiful broad sheets,
cmbowiictl b' grand and stalely
shade tiees, its pretty bride
cottages and cosy homes, it-
(lour mills, its many meicantile
establishments, its fine fanning
orchard and vineyard lands, its
grand mountain scenery, its swuu.1
pure water. Xaturo litis indeed been
kind to S.ilhird and tho people of
Saiford are enterprising and
and will assist nature in
this the garden spot of Arizona.
In ten years more you will
seo here a city of ll),00t) people,
and iis streets. will be traversed by
electric- cars.
There will be n beautiful pTMfH
with promonudes. drives, fountains,
rare plants and shiubs.
It will be a city of churches and
rSolroolg; TliC will be a freo li
brary, leading rooirand art gallery,
and an opera house and mus
ic hull will afford you aurneiuon
and entertainment.
Is this a fitting home for the
county seat?' Is this the kind of
place you would like to be summoned
to as a juror' Is this the
place you would be pleased to
bring your wife and children to or
would you rather take them to
In ten years Solomonville will
be inclosed with a fenco,and known
as the "Saffoid stock yards, "and its
residents of 'o (Fay will be happy
in their beautiful homes in Safi'ord,
and will each year colebiato the
anniversary of the day that by
your votes tho county seat was removed.
Gentlemen this is no dieam, all
this is passible, nay probable. Wo
will do our part, will-yon do yours'
Remember our offer was a 820,.
000 building on a s'.te worth to-day
S1,000, absolutely and positively
a free gift to the count)'.
It is unfortunate that the law is
such you cannot accept this offer
and make the change, but it will
'T-I-IMI 01
AttnrueyK llofnro the lto.nd. ,
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DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO REMOVING THE COUNTY SEAT TO SAFFORD
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VOL. I.
PKOFESSIONAL".
Dr. C. L. Wish,
I'll lt Inn hikI Surgeon.
-AFF HI), - - - ARIZONA
Hunter & Patterson
1
SAFFORD, ARIZONA, SEPTEHBER 23, 1896.
c.
Watching the
couit house.
work around all right in good
time. J. majority of the pooplu
county will not btjth waited
in thjir wishpsa snfjr,r justice
will prevail.
FRtNOH LOSSES IN WAR.
Sis ".Ten Sail to line I'erishcd In
(to ..un of lao Century.
Dr. L'tjTjau of tho French academy
of raoilusinu has boon inahinj? an
of ro deat'i'j by tho wars of
Ti'in jo fa: Lho pa'ji century, lie finds,
ajjo,Jin1'f t J the New York Sun, Wiat
the civil war; of the end of the
crrtiLtwnturv ati'l o tiu renuunc up
to and fhsiudinjj llu year 1S03 eost the
lij.of moro than ;3,120)OJ3 Frenchmen.
From tho year 1801 to Waterloo, when i
Francj was fijfhtiti? IJaropo in arms,
than 3,150,033 Frcnclimcn were
CiiTas'e'J an I nearly 2,03J,0D0 perished.
Under the restoration, Louis l'hillipe,
aud tho second republic, when there
were campaigns in Spain, Greece,
and Alff'ero, the army included less
than 215,000 men, and the low in ha tie
was only twenty-two per thousand.
Even in tho brilliant African campaigns
the mean annual loss was less than 150
men.
Nest came an era of frequent and
bloody waro, the war in the Crimea,
the war i't Italy, he war in China, the
warhs'Ixijo, and dually the war with
1'ru yiia. Out of rather los than 310,-030
Fren.-i s;ldiun to tho Crimea
Co.tiiri pcrLhcd. Of tho 500,000 that
took pirt in the Italian war nearly
10,033 pjri ,'u 1. Nearly 1,033 porUicd
in the oxpjTition to China. Tae med-i.-al
statibtiji of t!2 Freash in tho war
of 1870 have not bon published, uor
have thoao of tho M undertaking.
Tiie effjjtivj btrea.Tth of the French in
1873-71 wao 1,193,033 men. The number
lo,ii-nol nsiitivclv known, but it is
believed that the wars of the second .
empire eot 1,003,030 lives. Dr. j
ncau estimates that the small wars of j
the third republic have been fought at j
comparatively small cost of human life. '
lie estimates the total loss for the
tury to have been 0,000,000 of men,
mostly rounc
California.
NO. 5.
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Oimrrel at Home.
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15ig Merchant: I haf saved mxi.
mine gouit house mitoud much
moneys, aind it.
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Mr eL.11 I JawHaM "" "
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Kd: bulletin: Yaw, you raised
h 1. I saved it for you.
Diamonds have been found in fifteen
or twenty different localities in California.
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The only quicksilver mines of consequence
in this country are located in
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