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THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., JAN. 18, 1900.
i .-w m. Li i oiirkta nr. n m hh lie m Arrival and Departure of Mails All Eastern and Western mail arrives on train 6, due at 10:30 a n, All Eastern ana out on train which departs at 6 :45 a. m. Morenci mail departo after arrival of train 6, but not later than 12 .".-arrives not later than 6:30 p. m., six time a WMtcalI mail closes at 8 p. m.; arrives "'in'rTail hereafter will close at 8:15 p. m. The large lodging house at Morenci, t.:... ;D Koin Imilt bv Gordon McLean, is rearing completion. Such a house has been needed in Morenci ior . 6 time. Col. M. J. Egan, attorney for the Ar izona and New Mexiio railroad, returned from Santa Fe Monday where he went last week to attend a meeting of the New Mexico board of equalization. . Tv.m Sid pVoi ham ought to he the happiest man in town. There is a bran :.i .f h house and she weighed eleven pounds when she put in her ap pearance. All gelling aiong , A party of young people met at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. N . McFate last Saturday evening and had a very enjoyable time. Music, singing and games constituted the programme for the occasion. A J. Erskine now occupies the old Quong Ching Lung place on Chase -i, ;t, a nine line of general mercn- M Mr. F.rskine is one of Clifton's oldest inhabitants and knows just what to buy for the people . J M. Nichols, agent for the National ' Acetyline Gas Co., has the contract to put in a plant with a capacity of one hundred lights for W. F. Hogan. He al io has the contract to light the Central Kitchen with the same kind of lights. J. C. Gatti is having another tank put up at his slaughter house one mile north of town. It will have a capacity of 2,000 iin.,. Tl.fi steadv increase in the business of the Clifton Meat Market necessitated the handling ot more s., hence the construction ot tins large mu góme wild and wooly individual, bent upon securing recognition, got out be hind the Richelieu last Friday night and fired off his pistol three times. riuy Hamilton fired three shots at him as he disappeared over the hill ana canea tauare. Florence Tribune : The Vekol Mining onnlination lor banK- ULMIl J 11 V uinuu I I '11 ruptcy last week, wincu was u.. T-.j r- tha ground that mining . J UUC lUAU v O- companies did not come under the oper ation of the law. mu. tii flWra of the Cliftcm luuuniufi Lodge No. 17, K. of P., have been elected to serve for the ensuing term . v. v,., Cliff Parsons; V. C, Geo. Freeman; P., PatToomey ; K. of R. and S. Dan'l Lynch ; M. of E., Louis Segal ; M. oi r., ler;M. at A., Jno. Eisle; I. G., Win. Gerard; O. G., Oliver Summerfield. rr-.o nf tVin heat attended and most en- :..v.io Kolla nf season was that giv- juvuuid eii by the society Hispano-Americano, -m-r ii 1 A -ST 1... airaninir fl i ;v-vv.i-ir linn hkl oiunuar b a celebration of the anniversary of the order. The music was tirat-ciass wu the capacity of the hall was, at all times, taxed with a merry crowu oi uauw A Mexican got drunk and was rolling the railroad track yesterday afternoon hbout the time a tra:n was due to go up the road. The engineer gaw him, however, and stopped the train, and, when the fireman got onanu uuu.- took to put him aside he entereu a yery vigorous protest and, as a consequence, was jugged by Deputy tsnerin w rWanre in calling the atten .: i rn:iilrfl of the Era to the ad. of Henry Katz & Co., dealers in gent's I. ;ol,inT annds. in tins issue. Aiieoe gentlemen are making a specialty of une i. f nroaent and invite an inspec- DIlVCil t . tion of their stock. They are handling the Rieuer shoe, said to be the nesi anu cheapest shoe in the market. ri:f. I... hn sufferinif lately as a -u f on nvnrflow of hobos through out the southwest this winter and sever al ot them have been presented with walking papers. Any man o to work can get employment at good i i i : .1 wages in Clifton and Btour, ame-uuu.Cu beggars should be made to hit the road in high places as soon as they snow up. George Webster and Hunter Spoon, who were appointed road supervisors for Graham county last week, have filed their bonds and entered upon their duties. Mr. Spoon will take the western and Mr. Webster the easiern district. The line which runs nortli and south "SEEING STARS," when not brought about through violence, ia a pronounced ymptom, showing need of glasses. Briitl , flashing Bf-' ami spots, that occasionally float before the vision, mean something ; ii.ean there is some constant .wearing, "'d.ous nBA.r on the surplus nerve luruo cal system. . 5 , . oa Nine times onto! ten , ims u.... through defective eyes. If you "see stars d , not vou also see that the "sible course is to ascertain the cause ? We can tell you if the trouble he in your eye. Consultation fbke. Dr. H. A. Sciieli., Morenci. . T.TT tt rtt 1 v Sra. LOLA RUilm i uia. Tfercancias n Sen era I. CHASE CREEK FRUTA, ETC.- r o o o 0 0 OJMLILSLSLIULSULSUL through the county, crosses the baby gauge track near where the wagon road crosses it above town on Chase Creek. Jas. Parks, who has the contract for t,,.i inn of twentv-five or thirty Lilt- I I"'"" - cottages at Morenci, for the Morenci Improvement Co., was aowu j evening in search of carpenters to work on the buildings which are going up as fast as circumstances will permit. Judge Hormeyer, of the Hornleyer BankingCo.of this place, is making prep- t nnun fnr husiness as fast as possible. Several men are now -busily . . .... ..1 nnil act engaged in putting in me soon as that is finished the Co. will be gin to transact business. This bank will be a great convenience to the busi ness men of Clifton, Morenci, Metcalf and other towns in the county. \n\n Comerciantes er. ABARROTES - )o mTvr;AT.T.ERIA