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THE COPPER ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZ., MARCH 15, 1900. SOUTHWESTERN NOTES. THE SAFFOBO GUARDIAN. A leap year party will be given in Jacobson's hall on March 21. Hon. A. F. Potter, a prominent sheep man of Navajo county, spent several days in Safford this week. W. F. Holt came np from Globe yes terday. , He will return with his family to-morrow. The bank will open at Globe on April 16. The committee appointed to get signa tures to a petition for the purpose of in corporating the town of Safford find that one or two persons object to being em braced within the incorporated bound aries, and therefore call a meeting for Monday night, March 12th, in the M. E, church, for the purpose of amending the boundary lines. 3 SOLOMONVILLE BULLETIN. Solomonville is to be incorporated. Jas. V. Parks went to Silver City this week, where it is said his wife is now very low. If the adobe houses in Solomonville were, all plastered on the outside the place would look 500 per cent, better to strangers. W. C. McFarland, Esq., left Wednes day morning for California for the bene fit of his health. He is expected back before court opens. Chas. Wood, manager of the Turtle Cattle Company with headquarters on Bonita creek, was in Solomonville last week. He says the range is fairly good, but that incoming bands of sheep threat en to ruin it. It is estimated that there are not less than 30,000 head of Apache county sheep now in Graham county. SILVER CITY ENTERPRISE. A. E. Dawson has rented the residence of the late T. F. Conway, and will move in from Santa Bita in a few days. Arizona Gopper Gompan (LIMITED.)" Dealers In.- General Merchandise. Clifton, There was a pretty wedding at the residence of Owen C. Wilson Tuesday night, the contracting parties being A. E. Head and Mary E. Graves. The groom is a well known cat-tleman from the npper Gila. George A. Scarborough and son, Ed gar, were in the county seat this week, having brought in some five or six cattle thieves. No better officers could be se cured to ride the ranges of . this county for the purpose of detecting and arrest ing (hose violating our statutes relative to larceny .of live stock and illegal branding. Homer Tar bill, of the Mimbres, deliv ered qnite an argument to the court Monday why he ought to be excused from jury dutv, alleging that he lived in the toughest precinct in New Mexico and his property would suffer at the hands of thieves in his absence. Charles M. Shannon, of Clifton, Ariz., arrived in the ciiy Monday, on a visit to his aged mother, Mrs. E. A. Shannon, of this city. Mr. Shannon is well and fav- I orably known in Grant county, having formerly resided here, and his host of friends here are always pleased to see him. He will remain some days. - An Honest Medicine for LaGrippe., George Waitt, of South Gardiner, Me., says: "I have had the worst cough, cold, chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever. I have used one bottle of it and the chills, cold and grip have all left me- I congratulate the manufac turers of an honest medicine." For sale by Dunn, druggist. j C. B. Martin has been appointed depu ty assessor for the northern portion ol Graham county. Mr. Martin is a tbouough business man and will do the work well. I shine shoes. Long Tom, Opposite Clifton Hotel. The Riyerside Rabbitry, Calder Emer son, proprietor, is the latest business venture in Clifton. Calder has two classes to start with the white rabbit and Belgian hare. He received last week from Los Angeles two of the finest specimens of pedigreed Belgian liares that were ever imported. A Good Cough Medicine for Children. "I have no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.' sayH F. P. Moran, a well known and pop ular baker, of Petersburg, Va. "We have given it to our children when troub led with bad coughs, also wliocmine cough, and it has always given perfect satisfaction. It was reccomended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug, ",Sold by Dunn, druggist.