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I F r? '. r i iJllllliiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiliililllltü I Hot Weather is Coming! ñ runty r it with a i'oinftlcte Line of I irj fit trehjitt .Siiitiiif. E Sre lite before Ifim phicr fruir tirrlrr. i'it runt irire rfimrnii- I A. L. TOWNSEND. niHllillliillliiiMiiiiiiiiiiiilimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillliimr; auuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiümiiíiiiiiiiiiiniummnmra I To the Ladies! ihm't fonjet to nee mi Line s E ' II tmlrii for Ttt ilor-Marie 5 suit ami hirt. Thru are TTED COPP irttt. .thraif i'it. Sat .- E t ion nr iou r mttiu 1 rt f u nilftt. i A. L. TOWNSEND. NO. 4 niiiMiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiniiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif: VOL. . CLIFTON, GRAHAM COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. We arc now located in our new bank building, where we are better prepaid than ever to take careof our customer f1 We shall be glad to have you call on us, and if vou are not a customer we shall be pleaseu to have you become one FIRST NATIONAL BAS1K OF OLBFTOW The Gila Valley Bank and Trust Co. SOLOMONVILLE-CLIFTON-MORENCI i'T' 1LjL'-'A: NEWS OF THE TERRITORY. I í-f j' t i. : it that an hiiiumi-i-ilri'i;'i;i' i- ti.iii j 1 1 ! t. in Sin I'liin-:.-c) to I)'1 1 rj -1 ;i! i J on tin? C.'iiNiraiJu river n-ar I'Moi-wio can von. Ttio river bird and bar Tor milo-i up mid down tlii: (.'durado from the canyon an: said to be rich in tfold and if a iJt-oiif-er ran l: made tliat'will sav the frobi Ir. would look as tlionyh there waj millions in it. Another dredger will probably be ir.sta'led on the Harrien placers below tliu innutu of the Yii'K in river. K. T. riat''. president fif tbo Tomb ftono Consolidated Mining comiiaiiy, Mated to H l:'ieo IJeview reporter m ii iwir - "'""'- low any of the old workings, and ttiat the water is slowly but .surely il'ving wav to the b;x' pump. The outlying in ine-j are practically dry, and active production on a laro. scale- will si.nn start. Ore is now li.-int- taken out at Tiimlistonr for shipping to Douglas, to be u.ied in the hij ("upper t'ui-eri smel tery, at tiie Tnmlistntie; ore Is j 1st what Is rc'uired to help smelt the Copper (Jueen o-e. At the Joplin mine, in the Santa Kita mountains, within one mile of the Wandering .lew .Mark I.ulley ha uneovered a hiir hoily of ore, into wliieh In has rut till feet without rea-hin;r the end, anil hi is uettin four kinds of pay roek out of it, viz.: Chloride of lead and .silver with caleña, btecl calería, blaek (sulphides if lead, copper. The Joplin is an old mine with a reeord of production of more than tüOtl.íHM), and it was worked in 1M0 by Saivent A MofTett, of .Jop lin, Mo., for whom John 1 1 . Campbell was Miperintendent. Mr, Campbell hoii'Mit out the old (iiiliHree mine from Mr. Lulley aiiout that time. lasis. The IVesrott. Herald says that ar rivals 'rom Jerome way that the Augustus lieine. tiie rnultiir.illion aire of Montana, and n prominent 11 I'l e in the A iimlomnatod ( Nipper com pany, is iie;iitiat in; for the Copper I'hief mine, near Jerome, owned by Senator Clark, and that it is very probahlo that the sale of this well known proper! ' will be closed, and soon at that. Linked to the above report it is also stated that the Caiiej;io Steel crrmp.nTTT,'tf Pi'tsbt-r-', b"'ve had their agents in that section for some time, expo-! iij other ('round, and the belief prevailed that a favorable re port woul 1 follow and several proper tics on the I'nitcd Verde bell would lie' taken hold of. The Carte" lease on the Hilly Itryan, of the (told 1 toad "roup, is shmvinjj up wonderful ore. A crosscut taps the vein at a depth of thirty feet, at which point the vein is six feet wide ami the ore immensely rich. Specimens from the new strike show rock that is Mreaked with ".old. On the surface the win was three feet in width and carried small pockets of rich ore, siiiiii'C'Í it rtuinin;- as liioli as "i.'l.lNHt to the ton. 'n the breast uf the cross cut there is ore that will run fully f.'i.tiOO to the ton. while the whole mass is "jood for "Kd. The lea-er ire workin; a number of men monthly. Hundreds of tons of ore Is bein ship ped to the mill every month from this leae alone and the lucky fellows are making bi money. Kinsman Miner. A recent arrival from S.mth Africa lias discovered a vein of ore near the District Court Set .Aside the Indictment Returned by Grand Jury Against Eugene Caruthers. Fr'jin I hr G:i:if limi. THE MAN WHO ATTEMPTED TO KILL COLONEL GREENE. Goodman Has a Hard Luck Story Which Will Appeal to any Westerner. The aceounts of the assault on Col. C-reene in New York (jave only the fctory of Col. Greene. The following ' (reat disappointment in the breasts of from the New York Sjii'd account of j a fev, it caJst'd the mass oí people to the trouble: j rejoice. The indictment was set aside "After Goodman was locked up inion te "round of prejudice on the II. CLAUK. ih William 'i'co of tic board of tii-ana'n county, on the d c.; of Marcb, l'.'rtj. A. Gille.-pie in the o' supervisors or about The tbjrrv of excitement caused bv i) whit'u t'onver-atir the Indictment of the chairman of the ! cin- tho aci!on ,' board of Supervisors has come and j supervisors of wb.ch "one, and while it nafl lert aieetin- oí crit 'he board of body tho de fendant was a un r.bcr, II, e sa d Giilespic sai't I wii! bj a mem'oer of the De.it grand jury and I will wake the board up; thes:iid V:i!iatn A. : (Mllespie was a meiui?er of thetrrandj Docamenls Filed For Record. ; Following is a !!! of docutnetits L'led I for reco-d. at !i:e county rnt. com-j piled by Abs'.racter Fred Uysart: J K. T. Iiubba'-d and wife to Myron I Hanchett, deed, 100, chains in sw, -o, ii s. -23 e. Myron Hanchett and wife to S. F.. Ai!, n, deed, '1, 4 ?-10 chains in sw, o, d s. i'.'i e. Ihe Tombs, he sent for It. Ii. Luce, j pilrt (Jf ranj jurymen who found the i jur-v impanellfd at tais tern: of the Mr. Luee in a stockholder in the i aijut i b. jn rendering- his decision the Copper company, and i '.a counsel. J court istated that the matter could be After seein? him. Ooodman consented , oaeicered by the next grand jury, to seeing the reporters, to whom he ' r -jrj.gt was manifested in the told hi 'd nf th ivv.:abMe, his tr-y S i un 1 1 T inlmr- -ir 11 r .' 'tea. - ft iiny iiatTrs. d oy Jit l.uce pavers a"i" also me lax uoder. Tiie court house I was well filled by interested parties , from all parts of the countv. The prosecution diotiict attorney and Col. Herring, 'According to Coooum, he and foul er five friends had I lot of mining claims in Sonora, Mexico, which were put into the Yaqui company of New Mexico, organired about thtee years ago. This company had a capitaliza tion of $."0,0oi and was absorbed by a new company, organized under the laws of West Virginia about two years auo with a capitalization of $Y0ih,oi)) ..OO.OOOO shares 0! stock at lo per : share. duct their case, although a number 'In this new company, Greene and i were ottered a gooj fee, a number of his friends, including Colonel v . 1 . them afterward volunteering thei: C. K. Stevens ct al locate 5 claims In Copper mt. dist. K. Li. Cassels and wife to J. T, Owens, deed. 1, i of e i lot 3, blk. 40, SatTord. Inlin ITke to Tlarrv Prvnr. ileid icnuanL was uDuero-, u-Muon " - 4 4 eums in Stanley Hutte d't. salU -rana jury, ,b.iu. m Ambrose Curka et al locate 2 clalm- v Uv j.. . . Harrv i.. Jenn nr et a locate millsite and 3 claims in Mayflower dist Capital, S50,000 Surplus, S5,000 Deposits January 1st, S350,000 Safety Deposit Boxes Territorial Depository iJUUULilJlJLgJULilJLgJLJLgJLg. iLS.JLg.-g. SL R JLiLSJiJ!. A A 5 JL i!Ji. ÍSLSL ILft R g,jl$ g court, and was presentas member of said grand jury h the J.ise. of de- j presentation of indCiunent against de fendant now pendng ia this court was represented bv the I ciiargmg mm wtui a leiony in me; un.l '..l ii..rinir sale oi a certain it-aci 01 lanu iu uru- who had been employed to assist by Mr. U'Bryan and his associates. The defense was conducted by Kd wards A MeFarhind. Moorman A Stratton and Judge Campbell. It seemed that the prosecution was unable to employ a single Graham count v attorney to eon- Harlow, a lawyei of Minnesota, were to have 4)0.(MH) shares and Goodman and his associates 100,000 -hares. I-laeh ! crowd was to put one-fourth of its j rtix k into the treasury, and this s'ock ', was to be .sold to raise working capital, j In consideration of tho fact that (bind- j man and his associates were practical j miners and had no money, one-fourth j of their treasury shares was to be paid to them to help them along until the I company began to make money. " ' In addition,' said Goodman, 'my- self and my associates put into a pool j our rema'iiing shares, amou'iting to 7."i,()iH shares, under un agreement en-I tered by all, including Greene, by I which only tcasury stock was to be sold until May 2. when tho pooling agreement was to terminate. Instead of keeping to tb's Greene and bis friends deliberately sold their stack in stead of the treasury stock deposited under this agreement, and havecleired ovwr J,0(Kf,(iUJ. 1 notified toy lawyer, Mr. Luce, last winter, when I learned of this, and Mr. Luce demanded and re- tho pool by myself and friends. Ily j selling all the stock they had, Greene and his friends had got the stock down 1 from $IS a share to where it was worth j nothing, and instead of having i.io.Ouil 1 I haven't got a cent. They refused to J give me back my treasury stock or to 1 give me any which I claimed under j this agreement, and simply froze me j out. Frank Smith, my partner, sold j out to the 111 for 1 a share and they brought his stock up here and sold H for $12 a share. I came up here to get revengo. I'erhaps I'll get something j somehow.' ' "Goodman's lawyer, Lecc, said: 'So j lar as I know, Goodman's story is true. I lie has practically been ruined thioegh ! this stock deal and he hasn't got a cent : now. "Mr. Luee said that be would appear in court on Monday to ae" for Goodman 1 and John F. Mclntyre would appear with him. ' ' 'Hefore this case is through.' said j Mr. Luee, 'we will subpoena a lot of: these fel'ows 'like Greene and Harlow, and it will make a very strong argu- ' I ham county for a poor farm. I Each of the above affidavits were ! put on the stand and testified to sub stantially the same as the allidaiits contain. In support of lien Clark's testimony Frank Dysart swore that be heard Mr. Gille.-pie say, "that if he was a member of the next grand jury ' he would do certaiii things to the j board,'' but the witness did not re I member exactly what the certain things were. I The only witness the prosecution ,' placed oil the stand was W. U. Fonda j who swore he never had su:h conversa- ! tion with Wilev K. Jone and W. T, A. MPAVI I ..I- .tOlI.V I). PAUKS. ! Johnsoll and tnat his feelings Were I tiiink it was on Friday evening, ; yCi y friendly with the defendant, lie April 1st, l'.tu4. previous to the meet- said, however, that he had convcr.-a- tiled services to Mr. Caruthers. On Saturday night the defense the atVulavits that follow. Tin: case was taken up Monday morning and was not disposed of until 4 o'clock. j ing of the grand jury 1 he following i Monday, thatCtiarles L. Kiwlin district altO'lie y. telephoned our from Soloinonville. to me at Clirton, to sum mon if. I!. Ilice of Morenci, on the grand ju'-y. I did not want todo this as I told him that Mr. Ilice was not drawn on the regular venire, and 1 tidd him taat if he would see the court and fix it so that the responsi bility would not be on the sherif's olbee, I would serve Mr. Ilice. He said "that is all right. I ha.'e it al ready fixed." 1 had some blank sum mons ar.d issued one to Cus Hobbs to serve on Mr. Ilice. On Saturday morning the district attorney again telephoned me and told me to summons C IC. Mills and Cha-les I'o.kn-.'y. I did this. I had a summon for M -. 1 'inkney and asked by telephone if he would accept serv ie. ; he replied that he would. I telephoned to Morenci to Gus Hobbs that Mr. Kawlins authorized 1 me to summon Mr. Mills on the grand jury: that it was too late to summons to Morenci, and to see if Mi. Mills would accept the service by Hobbs replied, that not accept service by j lie was too busy to ' lions concerning the poor farm in which he may have said the matter should be investigated. The court calied Mr. Gillespio to the stand and he testified that he was a member of the grand jury as was also Mr. Fonda, that he participated in t lie Will L. Laab locates Jackson in Mayflower dist. Geo. A. Taylor et al locate 2 claims and amend location of Tunnelsite No, 2 in MayUower dist. A. If. Dennett is appointed deputy assessor. W. S. Davis and wife to . F Hrewer and wife, deed, $1, 20 acres in see. 1.!. s, 2:i e. 5. F. Hrewer and wife lo I). O Thurlo, deed, í'iOO, s sv ne, 13,0 s 2-t e. Leonsdaes sancbez and wife to Dames de Leon, deed, íii."5, e i of grantors laud in sec. .'Jti, ti s, 27 e. Win. A. Meyers to Louisa Mevers deed,-lo, lot 2, blk. 0, Smith's add SatTord. G. . Williams. Jr., and one locate King in Mayflower dist. Geo. T. Millnerand one locate New House in Greenlee d'st. Territory of Arizona to Mary M Perkins, deed, .'U.42, 20 acres in w i se, 7 s, 2"i e. a 1; iso'-uereii stomacti may cause 110 end of trouble. When the stomach finding of tho indictment rgainst ! fails to perform its functions the bow Fuoene Caruthers .-in, Ii.. tniiuMii. Mr 1 oeeome deranged, the liver and Fonda did also. ', Gus would that AH'IIAVIT OK WII.KY K. JONKs From the bulletin. ; Wifhesses testifying as to prejudice j existing in the minds of grand jury- men were, W. T. Johnson and Wiley I K. Jones and others who made alii- j davits to the fact that they had j heard W. Ii. Fonda state that he was a; personal enemy ft Caruthers and j would like to fix tim or words to thaC efT '.!,. Hon II. Cl - a jsr mude afli- i davit that Wra.Vr" espíe bad told j him, "I am going to be on the next g'-and jury and 1 will wake the next giand jury up." et.. These state-' mentí both Mr. Gillespie and Fonda j .I.,,-,.- i i 1 1 ; i i,.. i i take the I , , , . wuuiu ue impossioio lor mm or any one to know that he was going to be on t tie next grand jury. Afte argument, by j the counsel and due deliberation by i the court the judge sustained the mo- j tion and referred same to tho next : , , I grand jury, only persons whom I . . me to summons on WnQ j$ Behn, R R T0Kt. i ne articles ot incorporation ol tie Arizona Has tern railroad slate that the line will extend from Yuma to Morenci, A rizona. Tliis considered in connection with the lact, that tiie road ex tend i ns-from Morenci to Lordsburg, New Mexico, is part of the l'helps Uodgc system, to be t iken over, accord- Kulneys congested, causing numerous diseases, the most fatal of which aro painless and therefore the more tobe Ot-ea'leii. lim important thing is to restore tho stomach and liver to i healthy condition, and for this pur pose no better preparation can be used than Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale bv all deal ers i n med icino Southern Pacific Railroad. n'sthoim-l rvnssrni'er leaves IxirdslmrB at i,..- mi-. ji ni : -asuiminu iruves Hi. ji a. in, an.) 1 ii p.m. 't rains run on i'aeilic time : telephor. Mr. Mill j teleplion. I come. These were the , Mr. I iwluis told I t he grand jury Charles I'inkney, so summoned, served ; on the grand jury, at the present term of the court. Mr. I'inkney is bo.ik i keeper for the Shannon Co.. and Mr. Iliee is assistant manager of the 1). C. Co. store at Morenci. A. M. TURNER Commission Merchant Wholesale Dealer in Hay, Grain and Farm Produce Rolling Barley a Specialty FRESH BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY & FRUIT I . i. r : 111 ...... old Hardy mine that gives values of ! Q rnl üt u"ü 11 J'" ' 1 " " -V'"' L,uce saiu mai me i aijui coiui.anj had got rid of Harlow and was now in more than $I.(HH to the ton in gold. Sjme years ago some one made a cut in the vein, but the ore found was not encouraging, not assaying more than three dollars. The new locator sunk down seven feet and already has more than a ton oí the rich ore ready for shipment, while from the bottom of his shaft a spring of the purest water is bubbling and boiling up in (juanl'ity past his ability to handle. W'ero it not that ho has rich ore in tho bottom tho water a'one would be worth a for tune, as it is in the devest pari of the district and in a section that needs water for camp and other purposes. He will probably place machinery on tho mine to further develop it and at the same time may dispose of his water to ail vantage. Kingman Miner. process of reorganization with the object of apply ing money to legitimate development of the. company's proper ties. "Greene and his friends,' said he, 'have sold all their stock, and it is true, as Goodman says, they have made uu doabtodlv over 2,OtH),000. As to what the company intends to dj in the mat ter that I cannot disclose.' "Goodman's statement aud that of his lawyer wero shown to Max Uarby, Col. Green's counsel. lie said: "'I think 1 know p.U about Col Greene's affairs of this kind and have never heard of any such agreement or of anything of the nature he speaks of. If Goodman had anv claim at all it was on Col. Harlow, as Col. Greeue men- Pneumonia is Kobbed of its Terrors tloDeJ' anJ WttS nol."n co1: l,roc"e.- by Foley's Hooey and Tar. It stops the racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs. If taken in time it will prevent an attack of pneumonia, llefuse substitute. For sale by Aruona Copjier Co. levi smm COCO'S copper riveted, overalls I 1 had a conversation with W. H. i Fonda in the office of J. M. McCollum, j sometime between theldth of Febru i arv, and the l"ih of March. 1'.m4; in I our conversation he manifested a very j strong feeling and prejudice against j F.ugene C.iru'hers, defendant in this I cause, now under indictment in thi court; be denounced said Caruthers I generally, in mentioning the poor 1 farm transaction, said that Caruthers j was guilty and ought to be indicted. ! This is the same W. 15. Fonda who ! acted as a member of the grand jury at the present term of this court, and participated in the finding of the in dictment against Eugene Caruthers. cbar'-jn-- him wiih a felony for hU act in reference to the poor farm matter then being discussed by Mr. Fonda and myself. AFFIDAVIT OF W. T. JOHNSON'. 1 had a conversation with said W. IV Fonda at the Commercial Hotel in SafTord some time during the latter part of February or the first days of March, 1SKU, in which conversation I Mr. Fonda exhibited a g'-eat deal of enmity toward Kugene Hill's Addition. SOUTH CLIFTON. ing to report, by Gould, would indicate! i that tbo Ari.-.ona astern is to close the gap between the I'heips-Dodge system and the San Diego v Yuma road, in which Mr. Gould is said to be taking a momentary interest There has been ail kinds of gues-es as to who is actually behind tiie Arizona Kastern project but. considering all indications, the foregoing is the more plausible guess. Florence ttlade. i i cncri ict- From many arrivals in Prescott in the last few days the news is given, says the Heraid, that the operations on the Peck are mainly confined to leasers, and each is making progress on different locations on that belt in j the performance of their work. Last Sunday, howev jfa- '-iis was given Clifton Lodcc No. 17, Kniglitu of I'ythlaa Meets every Friday uiglit in Masonic II nil. Viillfnc BrnttiPr will re r.ivea fraternal wcleonic. R T. II ILL. C. C. tilt FY, K. of R. 4 S. i National Bank f, CLIFTON. CAPITAL FULLY PAID , SHAREHOLDERS LIABILITY SURPLUS E. M. WILLI A MS. Preki.k'nt OFFICERS J. N PORTKR. I'. I'. llltFER Vice prt'Mdrnt l hicr $30,000 $30,000 7,500 J. N. ROIilXSOS. Aftltatil Cuh'r E. M. WILLIAMS, DIRECTORS J S. I'ORTKR. J. C. IT K SAM A KR MI AM. SI.KV. JolIX R. r.P. CRKKR If AMPTO.V, .1. N. KOKIXSOX tThalp Right to Know -People wlio Inlrut tlieir moiter la a t.nk nant to know sonivitiiiiK ol lis ilnaiinul ntronstli. We fully r. r.ieiiio ttii rieht. mi U lly fiinilsli deposlter with a list of our itirwtora ant tiM-l,liolil(r I'licn, from linn- to time, we pulilish reports rlioM ing the i-onlilion of the bunk. t.ic of l!ie-e reporta are kept on hum! for those who w ish to see tln-in. i Baaaa mwmu ana a uu aaaa aaaa a a .1 a aaaa aaaa aa .3 h aaaSl r THE BEGKER- FRflNZ GO. 3 U a Successors to W. F. HAGAN. GENERAL - MERCHANTS. aa aaaa aaaa aa aaaa aaaa la .! a a PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. B. Fa i i.. El Paso, Texas. .'. R. Mam'-tos. Clifton, Ariz. pALLA HAMPTON", ATTORNEYS AT LAW Mininir, Land ami Timlter Cases a Specialty. Office at Clifton Hotel, Cl.Ii rov, AkIiuM. D.t. A. HA I.M Kit, DENTIST Oirirc in ( liflc.n.tl 1 Hull. ling iins AillnlliisliTe'l EAST SIDE (I.1KTOX, ARIZONA J. Kli.VX, ATTORNEY AT LAW on Frisco Embank-ARIZONA Office lu the Casa Gramle, meiiL CLIFTON. j?iWAito i;i).Mr. INTERPRETER AND TRANSLATOR Enrlili aii'l o Is n . Copper Hurla r Shop, 11. II. Ave . op. A C Hlora Baylor Optical (Jo. laccn'OXTi o AXK It. I.AINK, riHAS. KJ TTTOS 03NT, ARIZ. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ; Does all Kinds of Optical Work United States Fidclitu and Guarantee Go. taine.l. Oftl. e opposite- i rt National hank CI.IITON, AltlZ'.N . I.. KAWLINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I Vac tice in all Torriiorial and Fedora! '. Courts. KOLOMON VILLE, ARIZONA. LAND SCRIP FOR SALE yrriLKV k. jon es, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice in all Federal ami Territorial Courts. oniee.tr.l (I.x.r North of Central Hotel. Clifton J. E K- the Tombs until Monday." , .. . . -i -íTrsc ii i F" Tho present president of tho Yaqui eompanv is William Sauntry, of Still water, Minn . aid Senator George E. The ecmnaiiv's whitn and rold offiees "' lu rn'-:'s Jna in tho Broadway-Maiden Lane build injj ; ; Cam the, defendant in this cause, and were in chariro yesterday of a very 1 stated in said con versation that Euarene tiusinossUWo woman, who aiu toai all 1 Carmlier the ollicers were away. I . , . ilinT " ..tr,.lin ;,., if at least $20.lH"3 in si?ht, ani is pushln- "('oodman has a w fa and childrt-n 'naicUl- ,or -""o urum iieceuf,.. nrL. hai Pprff.tina,i,. In Pan Francisco. His heme is in Ari zora. Since he has beeo hero he has U'eo at the Highland hotel, at Ninety to camp that an- Crescent Temple No. 10 RATHBONE SISTERS Meets the first amt third Thursday evenints and the seconU and fourth Thursday afternoons. Visitine sisters conliallv invited. ANN A RKAKDON. M. E. C. Mart B. Cx M K c KEAKXEV. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofhee lu M. C. Thomas hnildlnR. cor. (kipper and Railroad Avenues. CLIFTON. . . ARIZONA Hill "lake llou.N la kmf tiaontl CLAUD HOOKER. Local Agent ' Ci iri'.s. Ahíos a : Arizona & N. M. Railway Company : Lordsburg & Hachita Railway Co. i Time Tablo No. IS. I'.tl'.-cti w .! ii nt- JS, I'm.'!. M..;ii,t.iin Tirti.j c. K. MOOKMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice in all Territorial and Federal roiirU BOLOMONVILLE, ARIZONA. T AMAH ( OBI!, Jit., J out to visitors other discoyery had taken place, and that Pete Girous. who has a contract j on the middle vein of the IVck, had j run into eight inches of born silver ana crreen coinriue ore that ave values of 3000 ounces to the ton. Mr. Giroux years a-ro worked this propertv as a miner, w hen the same was under operation by A Falco, and it is proba bly due to his knowledge of the ground that the late strike ii due. Mr. tíiroux is of the opinion that he has Copper City Lodge ISo. 18 i. o. '( s-sj): f was ruiltv and ou-'ht to be uncovered enoujh ore already to -how the work ahead energetical I v M"ets Eeery Monday Nitrht. Visiting Brothers Cordially Invited. F. M. RINGGOLD, N. G. TIIO.S. SiriEftOTHAM, .ecreiary. land to tho county for a poor farm, the offense for which he is indicted: tnat said V. F. Fonda was a member f, I ....- t u nA T .vinn itn avpnili Mi LuW could not tret r.0H) bail for him j of the 5nd ju-y that found and pre yesterday, o he trill probably stay in sented said indictment, and partici- Wanted. 8pe:ial líepresentatives in this county and adjoining territories, to represent aud advertise an old estab lished business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly, with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and bujgy furnished when necessary; position permanent. .Ad dress Blew Bros. & Co., Room 610 Mocon BUg., CLk-ago, 111, 4-7-6 paled as a member of said ,-rand jury in heariug the evidence before the grand jury and acted with said grand jury in hearing said evidence and in finding said indictment; that I know to my ersonal knowledge that the said V. B. Fonda is a personal enemy of defendant and ha? been for some time past and was a personal enemy of said defendant at the time of the re turn of the indictment against defendant. Chipped beef, cold ho led ham, .'resh oysters at CI it'jn -Vaeket. A Great Sensation. There was a big sensation In Lees vilie, Ind. when W. b Brown of that place, who was expected n die, bad his life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. De writes: "I endured iosufferable agonies from Asthma, but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure." Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Grip are numerous, li's the peerless remedy for all throat and lung trou bles Price 50c, and $1 00. Guaran teed by all druggists. Trial bottles free. Hi 'Hi lo' M. D i I j LATTIN, I. O. R. M. Hianatha Tribe N. IS. Im proved Ord.-r of Red Men. Meets every Wednesday NiRht at Masouie'l.odtfe Rooms. Visiting Chiefs are cordially Invited to meet with us. CHAS. HENRY. SiCHF. CIVIL ENGINEER. IT. B. Deputy Mineral Surveyor CLIFTON. ARIZONA H.M- W HITA K Kit, COUNTY SURVEYOR" Train No. 1. i . f Tram No Sou i ii li'iiin 1 Btati .- s 5 North Mound I.i'!y - x - l.uily I. v. Nona. m. iifv.ri u r f. Ti p. m ' K I'l " Nortti hi.l.fi! S l.v f. u " :n " '.South .; In, 7 - i, m " " al!" liu'lir i- . 1 ' ', :.t " a 47 " i '..ronado 11 "" I - "' " Mr I. k Yard 17 " .'. : ' ' 1' --Sheldon. VI " )i ' " '' " . Out. mi. . " 4 s " l'i iri " Thoui.oii vi " " lo.'.i s.iniitiii M 4 i ' 1" :c " - V itrh . i'i " ü ' " II l'i " Lordklnirtf To " 4i. " " '1 II " "Kolrt .. 1 " !V. " " 11 r.S ' Hr.aklilan . oj ' ? T7 " " 12 1. pin. . Hnk.-r l.r.' " 'tin " Ar. 1 30 " . llii.-iai lua l.v. or, p. in . V. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor CLIFTON, - - - ARIZONA MINING ENGINEER. Traltn Mop on iiirnal. PAxsKs'.r.n it AT CH Clifton to: North iidine T : "south sodlnr. to." : i.uttirie. T' : i '..rooaiio. s ii-i.l'ri. II O: I'uik jii H cr. 1 tu. ins. m. I.' umm.. .)o: i-iti h. .l iy.- Ixir-Ni.ur I.'" K..U r', i I s.'.; liria kinaii. '.'. liak.r. l'i, IlvLi't. JACOB K I Ni ls . Children uti'l.-r l'i half ;.ri o i w - n ... pat'- Ir mt I1"1 :rs i. r i.-.u.- 8iirveyii1K, Mining Reporta and Mapa. Tarried tree ,ih . a. hlu.it; P. O. Box 3.T2. : with ea. h h. i!t li. k. t K CLIFTON. - - ARIZONA I 'ih Viimi. 1-t V I'ri a i 1 k ii 1 -u f y i es Y, -a v 1 Vi r l-.it-ra, r k t .' it.- f r'r S. II ' W S I s'i..-ririi.'ii l-itt J .1. YOt X(i, CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER U. S. Oepaly Mineral Surveyor Coroaodo Railroad- Nov 1 'i ClIlKr OF RlCORD". Masonic Calendar for the Month. Coronado Lode No. 8 F. & A. M. Saturday, April '0, First Degree. Saturday, May 2, Regular Meeting. Century Chapter O. E. S. No. 10 Meets the second and fourth Thursday even inesof each month, except July and August. Visiting members cordially invited. MRS. LACRA ABRAHAM. W. M. MKS. LAURA BOYLLS, Sec y. QKO. T. MII.I.XEK CIVIl AND MIXING ENGIKEER Will Examine and Rert on Mininn hropertiei Olee Over Kverhardj a Cliftos, Aiizoma ra.. u.-r s,-n if - In eft- Train No t lavt- . f'..i, 7 I', a m . ir.. ' I.oiiírf.-l :..w H 1 , a. in . M'-t. a.f 'K a in No. 1 ! I.rv,-i I ' í i f ton 3 t n iii : a r r i v. I.ottlf it-lio w A ' ! Correspondence isolicitcd. CurTOM, Arizona. ' p. m : ?' t air 4 r p. i i I Train No. I- -,.- M.-:. a!f '. lo a rn mu Loticf. llow in : Clifton '.' i a in. No. 4 leavea M.-'ealf I to . tn : arrive Lobüft-Uow ' p. in.; lifloii .', J' p. in Kake- I fliftnn to I.i niff. I'o'r z' round tr i ÍV. Ix.i.iró hm to M-u t ro-.u-l tr: j. V, Clifton to MeK alfi r. ..Hid tr:p '- 1 !. ki is told at all Ai.oti oi ir( o St., rev eoiid'ietorn sell Ink. ta one a ou'v. Jasih Colhi H'n y. I"re. F. Hen fM a n sr. Piipt. Iit'i. W aohta rr. A"t- Hnpt. Morenci Southern Railway. Ftandar 1 Time. Train 1 leavea Moren -i " in a. m ' arrive at Guthrie a..T7 a. in. Train S l. av. t Moienei 1 S p. m : arriv-a Uuthrie :i lu p lu. Trnin2 1eaveiGuthriii flJB.nl: arrlvea M--reuiill .a m. Train 4 l. avra (iiillirle J SS p. m.; arrive Mor-nei 7 3.'. p. tn. Jmi. bras. C'.E.MlLU Maiioi..r upeiiiiteu-Vi.t D U. J. A. LORD, DENTIST. CU'TON. Roo in 1 and 2. Clifton Hotel. ARIZONA pi. JOHN K. STOREY, DENTIST. Ornee : Company Lodfjint Hon. MORINtI - ARIZONA s---.s-"-ys-7"Ty;ii, muí "a aniaaa \n\n . KKIDAVIT Of IK. 1 had a conversa? U : c!ved hack tliu .o.oou sliares pul into . S. Patenta'.