THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., MARCH 15, 1900.
Last Monday morning, while Henry
Hill was tearing up the floor of one of
his old adobe buildings, on the east side,
on the site of the new barber shop, he
found a baking powder can against the
wall, under the floor, and,' upon open
ing it, discovered fifty dollars in green
backs and twenty dollars in boletos. Of
course, Mr. Hill being an honest son of
the Emerald Isle, made public the dis
covery, and stands ready to turn the can
and contents over to the owner upon
presentation of sufficient proof. A great
many people have occupied the room
during the past ten years, and, as there
is no means of determining just how
long the treasure has been hiddon, none
of the old timers have any idea who the
depositor could have been.
-A Rich Strike.
One of the most important strikes ever
made in this district was made last Sat
urday in the Shannon copper mine when
a regular mountain of sulphide of copper
ore, which assiys astonishingly, was
struck. Tuesday evening the miners had
penetrated the body to a depth of thirty
feet and the end was not in sight.. This
discovery will doubtless lead to the early
construction of a plant for the treatment
of the ore from the Shannon mine and
will be worth millions to this camp.
The fact of the strike was wired Mr.
Shannon at Deming whilu he and Mrs.
Shannon were on their way to Clifton
from Silver City.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Every pill ia a sugar-coated
globule of hsaltb, that changes weak
ness to strength, listlessness into energy,
brain-fag into mental power. They're
wonderful in building up the health. On
ly 25c per box at all dealers in medicines.
George Harrington, who has been
here for several months' engaged as su
perintendent of construction of the large
tramway of the Arizona Copper Co., at
Coronado, left yesterday for Bay, this
Territory, to figure on the construction
of a twelve-mile tramway for a mining
company at that place. Mr. Harrington
represents the Trenton Iron Co., of Tren
ton, New Jersey.
The finest brandies in town at John C.
Smith's, Chase Creek.
Joe Tanner came down from Matcalf
Tuesday and paid the Era office a pleas
ant call. -
Dr. Heavenston, the dentist, has se
cured permission from the A. C. Co. to
erect an office building just north of this
office and work on the building will be
inaugurated next week.
Frank Springer has moved his fixtures
toL. W. Smith's place of lrusiness, and
will maintain his shop there, until his
new building is completed. His new place
of business will be 24x26 feet with glass
Geo. A. Conklin, a prominent sheep
man of the northern part of the county,
was in town yesterday and says that all
the stock in his country ara looking well,
notwithstanding the unusual dry spell.
J.LBevry, Loganton, Pa., writes, "I am
willing to take my oath that I was cured
of pneumonia entirely by the nae of One
Minute Cough Cure after doctors failed.
It also cured my children of whooping
cough." Quickly relieves andcures coughs
colds, croup, grippe and throat and lung
troubles. Children all like it. Mothers
endorse it. Dunn's drug store, clifton.
Do you have any trouble in getting a
cigar to suit you? If bo, you should get
your cigars at L. W. Smith's hereafter.
ERNEST E. WESTON,
Professional Qnalrille Pianist.
Attends Dances, on Reasonable Term?.
Pupils received for the Piano, Organ, etc.
Residence with nj Irmv, A
Mr. J. Sidebotham, CLIFTON, A. T.
Dr. J. C. TONEY,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office Diagonally Opposile Clifton Hotel.
Day or Nigbt Calls Answered.
M. J. EGAN,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Office : In the Casa Grande, on the Frisco
Clifton, ... Arizona.
CHARLES F. WHITCHER,
Four room brick residence and cellar
in Colton, Cal., San Bernardino county .
Address or call on Frank Wiese,
Ciifion jfcotei 2)nn(? tfoom
Meals Served at All Hours of the Day
O and up to Nine O'Clock at Night.
EVERYTHING. THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Board by Month, $25.00; by Week, $6 00.
TOM TI Manager
B. B. B. STORE
0 e 0 HENRY KATZ & CO. 0
MEN'S AMIGO SHOE, Best Shoe Ever
' W havft inst repm'vfld " Known, for only $3.00.
WA jnstreceivea. LADIES' AMIGO SHOE, 2.50.
. 1,000 pairs Of fine MEN'S RIGEUR SHOE 3.50.
' CLOVER BRAND Shoes
' S ' CHASE CREEK, CLIFTON, ARIZ.
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