Newspaper Page Text
THE COPPEK ERA, CLIFTON, ARIZONA, JULY 26, 1900.
4 Documents iled for Record. Following- is a list of documents filed for record at the county seat from eastern Graham county for the week ending July 5, 1900: Montana & Arizona Copper Mining- Company to Julius Leszynsky, deed, $10; Trinket, in Greenlee district; Chambón, Copper Cliff, Copper Cross, Copper Prince, in Copper Mountain district. Ed H. Sands et al. locate Jolly Liar, in Greenlee district. Wm. B Thompson locates Victor, in Greenlee district. Isaac N. Stephens locates Powerful Insignifiaant, Mohawkite and Steeple Rock, in Greenlee district. Maurice McAlpine et al. to. Mary A. Stewart, deed, $1; one-third inter est in Bottom Dollar, Independence Telluride, St. Patrick, Bunkerloo and Clipper, in Greenlee district. Cruz Hernandez et al. to W. A. Hamilton, bill of sale, house on lots 51 and 52, San Francisco. Guadalupe Venezuela to W. A. Hamilton, bill of sale, house on lot 50, San Francisco. Charles B. Ingalls to Edward H. Sands, power of attorney, to sell one third of Copper Chief and Ida Belle, in Greenlee district. J. G. Hopkins and wife to Rafael Villarrel, deed $150; lot in South Clif ton. E. Frpe to H. G. Rice, deed, one half of High Roller in Greenlee dis trict. George Hormeyer to S. W. Price, release of chattel mortgage, on horses, harness, vehicles, etc. James Thompson and A. J. Lewis to Gila Valley, Globe & Northern Rail road, deed; right of way for railroad. Frank Falcone to Ambrosio Spezia et al., deed, part lot 45, San Francisco, Clifton. Elizabeth Hudson to Tim Nardelli, release of mortgage on part of lot 45, San Francisco. Elizabeth Hudson to Tim Nardelli, release of chattel mortgage on saloon furniture etc., San Francisco, Clifton. E. T. Everhardy and wife to H. P. "Woods, deed, one-third of Black Cat, in Copper Mountain district. A. L. Campbell and wife to (record gives no grantee), deed, one-third of Black Cat, in Copper Mountain dis trict. H. G. Rice to E. Frye, deed, one third of Miner's Dream, and half of Gossan King and Little Monitor, in Greenlee district. H. G. Rice and E. Frye to W. B. Thompson, deed; Gossan King and Little Monitor, Greenlee district. Leonce Frassinett locates New Mex ico and files amended notice of Ari- i zona, in Copper Mountain district. Harry Wright and wife to W. B. Thompson, deed, Tip Top and Jumbo, in Greenlee district. W. A. Moody, trustee, to Francisco Norte, deed; lots 6, 7, 8 and 8, block 1, West Clifton. Francisco Norte tó Jose M. Gomez, deed, same property. N. L. Lewis to A. Lafave et al., deed, Midnight, in Greenlee district. John E. Hennessy to" Sands In galls, release of mortgage on Copper Chief and Ida Belle, in Copper Moun tain district. Glorious News Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargie, of Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no help; but her cure is complete and her health is excellent" t1 u : .. ,.v, ii-ln t thfiiiuanHM have X ilia nuuno nut. . E roved, that Electric Bitters is the est blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, a-fi- rtunin nl.-i.ra hnila and runnin? sores, It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poison, helps di gestion builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by all dealers in medi cines. Guaranteed. S. J. FORBES,- -DEALER IN GEN'L - MERCHANDISE, CHASE CREEK. CLIFTON. Agent Jos. Sclxlitz Brewing Co. " 0-ia.n.t Powder Oo. Fill Line of Dry ! Sloes, Trunks, Valises, Etc. Tickets on sale every Thursday via the Southern Pacific lines, Lordsburg to Santa Monica, Long Beach, San Pedro, New Port, San Buenaventura, Santa Barbara, Avalon and San Diego', at $35.00 for the round trip ; limit 90 days; stop-overs will be allowed on going and returning trips west oi Colton. Remember these dates every Thursday during the months of June, July and August. During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantum. The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house, telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions. In two days time the child had fully rT1i a .Viilri ia nnw viiror- 1 CLWHH - --o-- ous and healthy. I have recommend ed this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail. Mrs. Curtis Baker, Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold by C. P. Dunn. Leave your orders with the Duncan Dairy for milk for ice cream, or any other purpose. THE MAP OF MEXICO . - . Will tell you that all Important points in Mexico are reached by or via the Mexican Central Ry By this route you travel comino - diouslv. quickly, cheaply and safe ly. Pullman Palace Sleepers are run between El Paso. Mexico, and Tampico. For rates and other in formation, apply to o. nyrÜTL.LEK.. Com-l Agt., El Paso, Texas BANK OF SAFF0RD SAFFORD, ARIZONA. J. N. Porter President J. C. Pursley, Vi:e-President P. P. Grker, Cashier. Gent's Snits Male to Order; Perfect fit guaranteed! I $12 TJF. B. B. B. STORE-HENRY KATZ& CO. I CHASE CREEK f Jnst rec'l a m lit Men's Straw ni Lira Hals. Mes' STRAW HATS l SAILORS. MEN'S LINEN SUITS, $1.50. Clifton Commercial Company P. M. Ballis. Neil Munro. Mpr -Dealers In- U GENERAL MERCHANDISE Boots. Shoes and Gent's Furnishings ; Fine Liquors and Cigars, imported ' . . .. sil , l J ll 4. J.m and domestic, uooas aeiiverea prompujr u jum uum. CHASE CREEK, CLIFTON. ARIZ Build A ftome 1 Buy a Lot w to to to to to to to to m to In HENRY HILL'S Vt ADDITION to . . CLIFTON. Zllil HENRY HILL, Owner. to to RESPONSIBILITY OVER $100,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. gJTAU aroomniolationB extended to t-nstomers consistent with conservative bunking. J. G. GILLESPIE. J. C. GATTI. GATTI & GILLESPIE, Stod Commission Brotcrs and Wholesale Batters. HEADQUARTERS AT UNION MARKET CLIFTOM. ARIZONA. ...Correspondence Invited.