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Who rfrmimcfl that bcanty pwr likn a clrnn:n? For thoiw rcM) hp, wtib nil their m on ru ful pride Mournful that no womlrf rr.ny bMii. roy pwk-whI own y In onn Mai. fununil l'rn. And Uana'a childruii tUixi, W n th laboring worlil nm tvnwlntr hjx Amid mon'a hoi:! tlmt waver and ríví pine. Like th paUi wu-n tit th ir wlr.try race, Coder tho pHHlpp iiti-trr, foum tliu ekjr, LW on thtft l..u ly furo. bow down, errh.injji In, In rnnr dim nhodc Bt-fom yon wefv, or rny li-jirt to ln-ut. Wury oiid kind oni lh;;Tvnl ly hl' wntj ila mtvle tho world to Ik. a Knu-r y road, Bt-furu hT wnniii'tiiKt f t. W. B. Yt-aU in Kew York Trlbnmv GRIZZLY IilLL. "Thrilling?" said tho major. " W 11. 1 ahnultl my so. It wus tho most excit ing thing tlmt rvcr occurml to inc. Why, I can't even tliiii of it now Vithfiut flhuddcriüfc little. I win ron feidrrably younger iu Uioho days than I am dow. At tho timo I vih a tclcpixpU pprntor and ditpatrhrr for tho jiloun tain Valley Railroad company in u west ern mining country. It was n v.iUl nnd lawlojw country, und I was not u:n'h in love with my piuco, but being pour I was obliged to accept tho coiiihtious Vrith the best posniblo Kr.ico. "Goldton, whoro I wus located, was really nothing mor Uian a railroad sta tion. It wo not on tno iiniiu lino of tuo Mountain Valley railroad, but on a spur which ran to tho Ingot minis. Travel was not Tory extensive, iu fact, but ono train a day passed my lon ly station. "On tho fifteerth duy cf every month I received by exj-r-s for tho superin tendent of tho Ingot Mining company the money with which tho miners wero paid off. Tho amount averaged between 115,000 and 18,000. On tho 14th of June in that year tho FuiHirintonricut cf tho mines ramo to mo and i.irt : " 'Perkins, tho pay money will bo here tomorrow, as usual, but I wuufc rov. to exercise moro than ordinary vigüaüco in guarding it, as I understand Crizzly Bill is operating in tho mountains again.' "Grizzly Bill was a tmtno to inr.pire terror. The individual who L-oro t!i;;t unmusical sobTiimet was un outlaw cf (rrcat daring and resolution. Ho stopped at nothing. It was thereforo qu'te natural for mo to feel Homo littlo trepi 'dution. I aKsured tho snprrintcndvut, however, that I would do all in my power to guard tho momy, audi think," continued tho major with foidc c.lf si.t isfuctiou, "that I kept my word in thi3 tespoct. "During tho night which followed, a Violent rainstorm swept through tho mountains. Shortly be foro 10 o'clock the next morning I received word over tho wire that tho train from Pikcvillo could not get to Goldton owing to a Washout below Summit Uock. It won thought that tho track could bo mado possublo by afternoon und that the train Would reach my station beforo C o'clock, t communicated theso facts to tho uiiuo uperiutt'udcut by means of an assistant Who was ulwuys ut tho station during the day- "At 6 o'clork that evening I received mewage saying that it would bo im ponible for the train to get through be fore 0 or 10 o'cleck tho next morning. X sent word to this cfl'ect to the mino uperintendent, who, in turn, communi cated it to the men. Feeling rather tired I tamed in early that niht. Sleep, howevor, was out of tho question. "The baggage, freight, express aud telegraph offices wero all unHr ono ttxtt. One corner of tho birr waroliouso (it was hardly anything else) was parti tinned off so as to make a private in closure. This boxlike compartment I used for sleeping, eating and tho trans action of tho company's telegraphic nnd railroad btuuucyj. Tho sender and re ceiver wcrs affixed to a tablo conven iently near my bed, and if nee.easaiy it was possible to transmit or take a mes ago without even arising. Of courso I hover found it necessary to do this; I imply mention it to illustrate, tho ar rangement of the office, " Along toward miduight tho telegraph instrnmuiit began to click. I heard my call, opened the key and asked what Was wanted. The operator at Pikovillo Vired back th;;t tho train which hod been delayed on account of the washout had fctartod for Goldton and would roach there between 8 and 4 o'clock in the morning. At precisely 2 :45 o'clock the train steamed into Goldton. "The express messenger alighted and handed me a huge and many scaled I package. It contained f 17, fiOO. "Oh, thut isn't all,' said tho mes-1 acnger with a laugh. 'I havo a box in j the cur that's as heavy as lead. V.'e'vo been wondering all the way up tho , mountain what it contained. ' j "The box was lifted from tho car and placed on cud in the freight department of the station. It was fully 7 f.et long and 4 wide horribly suggestive of the rough box iu which a colUu is in closed. I thought of this ufL-r tho train had resumed its journ .y. I pur. thn pay money in the sate, turned tho combina tion lock und retired. I fell into a doze, from which I was ai-ouscd with a start by what seemed to bi tho ticking of the sounder. It said as clour as if some ono had spoken: 'IScwurtl Danger threat ens. ' I sat up iu bed. Tho moon was shining brightly through tho wiudow. I gaaed intently at tbo sounder. It made not the slightest motion, yet tho mitssago came again, this time even more stur tllngly distinct than before. What could it possibly mean ? I thought thut I was dreaming at first, but when the myste rious message was related fort lie third tima I came to a different conclusion. I don't believe in spiritualism, yet I am at a loss now to ascribe that inexplicable communication to any other source. "At any rate, upon hearing tho third message my mind instantly reverted to the huge box in the freight corner. Tho partitioning of my little apartment did not extend as high as the roof, but merely to distance of about five feet above tin level of my bod, and by ata&ding on the bed I could peer over tho top nnd ico nil jrirtu i the iiitivinr of the station. I r've sLralihily to un eroct poiition nnd Kviki d over tho ed;,'0 of the p irti'.ii'ii. Tho Bmt thin 1 Paw was tho box, st imling on end t'ir a window in the cxintpo end of the s;h tion, ni:d as I looked 1 saw its 1o; slow ly rise and a in;.u's h.'ad piotrudu itself. 11 v;i a t!ii !:, bmtali;.' 1 fa.v, with grlzzU-d whiskers. Instantly it lashod ncinM ny mind that it belouji'd to (iriz-z.ly liill. Tl:e i.ight sent hit her.n i ito m7 throat v. ifii a bour.u, fi.r I H'i';a;d only t' v.-ell that the iiila-v v .u!d s!e) Lt lniMiii:g to get thn ?u.);:ey which ho knew was in my po.vo .-.ion. To him mur.li'r wrs chilli's play I'ui r.fcer tho lir.-t riiioti'!i f fear I tilt p-ifec;ly cah:i. In truth, I felt ns tlio:;,';h l'ato had thrown this díperadr in i::y v ay so tii.,t 1 could conejal r him. I don't know why 1 felt thus; probaM 1 ex perienced thn same craiitio'H that n sol dier diKS who pees into I at tin with ie.vr aud tn inblinc, yet t ho, when actually in tho midst of ilanp'r, feels as cod nnd collected us though ho wero outo reach of all possibility of harm. "I got out of bed, pe!:od np tho coal shovel and wattle and mado as mn"h noiAe M pos-iililo. As the night h.d b. ' n an unu-eiaMy cool ono a (ivu was burn ing, ni:d ni I pnsed the Ftovo I grahlied my revolví r and three it into my right coat pr,;-h( t. Into my 1 ftpiK'ket I thrus;t some n;;;ls and a hammer. Then, whis tling a.í lojf'.Iy as poj.'ibln to mislead thn fh-spcrado in tl.obcs, I left, (he littlo odien n-id walked acre's tho il"or of tho freight part of tho station. W'V " ni mediately in fii,nt of the box t t pr; :ig aS it with tho fury of a man flgl fer bis life nnd overlraneil it. It íe4; : i t:i" floor, top np, with a rcsenndicjj h. Ir.ftautly I wan ustrido the bes o . . . :,; nails i.-ito the lid us he.rd ni:d f:i:-t a man iu terror for hhs life could do. .A A e.'l that while I was yeüiü;; i.t tho ' il pr.soned outlaw ut tho top cf my vn. v. telling him that if lie so much breathed I would instantly kill him. "But n:y threaU did not nppear to frighten him much, l'roai tho interior of the box eamo a volley cf mr.IUed oaths thatv.ouhl havo niton ished a Dig ger India'). I never heard nuch horriblo profanity. I fired my pi:U(.l twieo in tho nir to let him know that I mea::t br.di- ness. After nwlulo ha became quiet. 1 caix'fully examined tho bos u: 1 found that tlie'.o ;m no danger of nul;oratii:g, for at tho ujiper cud wero a number of tiny perforations which, freely udmiUe.d air. "I sat ntrido that bos until my assist ant crrivcrt at 7 o'elixk. It v.'u iv h. '.g and trying vi'-l, but tho i::a;,!;ifu:'.o of my victory buoyed mo up. Ll.v usdistnnt was ul'.uust too much amacvd to Fne.ik when I told him of my capture. Mo quickly went to tho mines ai:d told tho supi rinteiident to hasten ut enco with a sufficient guard cf men to t.he htutiou aud tako Grizzly Bill into custody. It didn't tako lon; to do thi.-', ai:d when Bill was hauled by no gentío hands from tho box ho was tho angriest oat law ever captured. Ho fought liko a tiger, bat if. was cf no n:v. Tho mea who had him captivo knew how danger ous ho was. Ho was securely bound und later in tho day taken to Pikevillo, whoro ho was subsequently sentenced to a long term ;f imprisonment iu un east ern penitentiary. "That littlo adventure," concluded tho majcr, "proved to bo tho turning point in my career. I was piomoted to an important position in the city, whrro I pro.sp.red, as you .-o. I am today quito content with myself nnd tho world in general. Thus yoa seo ijrizzly Rill's undoing was my making. " St. Louid Globo-DemtxTat. The Sultan's Private IManrcm, Wo entered 1 buihlinjj cousiRting of ono long room, filled with treasures. This is tho saltan's private museum. Hern aro collected und beautifully ar ranged all tho presents that ho has ro ceived, as well as inntmiorablo valuablo objects that belonged to s.imo cf his predecessors. Countless clocks and watches, inlaid armor, objects in jade, caskets, wonderfully bound books, china of all sorts, pietureis, miniatures, jew eled ornaments of every kind, all so ar ranged in their cases that ono could ex- amino and enjoy them, a deli;htfnl contrast t. tho confusion in which tho treasures of tho old seraglio uro heaped together. Ono upright caso contained four dozen of tho most perfect deep bluo Sevres plates, a present from tho Eui peror Napoleon, sunk into velvet, 24 on each sido of tho stand. Each plato was picseU and periect specimen, i no right names voro not always attached to the objects, slid wo found u miumturo painting which wo recognized as Lord l'ulmirstou marl;'d as tho prince con srrt. Wo could have spent Lc" in exam ining everything, but timo was limited, und wo wero taken on to tho pr.vato stables, still within tho hart m wa'ls, holding 13 of tho most perfect Ar:ids, used by tho sultan for riding and uhv ing in tho park of Yildiis. They wero all white or gray. Of courso wo saw no dogs anywhere they uro held of no reputo in tho east; but I was told tho Bnltau possesses a peculiarly lino breed of whito Angora cuts, to which ho is devoted, and whose progeny ho some times gives to friends, but I saw nono of them. Tho only jot wo saw v.us a largo cockatoo at tho harem gate, who uttered soiuo unknown Bounds I sup pose Turkish as wo passed. Long man's Magazine, ConfiiMifl, Mr. Frank Harvey, thn actor, gives tho following as iho drollest slip with tho text ho over heard on tho stage, "I onco hcurd," lie says, "a nervous excited juvenile uetor exclaim, 'Dure to harm one head of her lu.ir and tho last moment shall bo your uextl' " sketch. The Bmall llujr. Her Admirer Well, Reggie! How's your sister's cold, eh? Her Littlo Brother Oh, that's all right But she's got a jolly big corn. Moonshine. AKK thr recfvrrr4 4f.v-vrn ( íyrHici, bilious 5V'k'i !"v uflcrern, victims et 7 :ve -,;L)vcr nnd iiae, the Jjr liicrt'Ui'inl ti i s tm k i tl j niient, how tin v re ertverrti health, ifiocr (til spirit- nnd ffxxl i !euic: ht v will Xvil ou tv .aktnir KIM- MONA LlKk Kluu LATUK. Th Chrnpvt. Purt nA Hrt Family A.edklne In the World I For DYfl'FÍSÍ A, i'ONSTIPATIOM, Tiinn dira, r.i!ioui(mack,i ICK IMvAlM" (lColir, I (epif -v.'un of Spin S( H' 1 ,ST(i At" II, Urai t .jvrn. etc. 'l'hi unrivalled rtmrtly j w:'rn'iitctl not to cotiiaiti n himrIo p;'.rtielo of ÍJKKLLKV, or anr iniucrHl nubsiunce, but ia plimxy vi:oktaijm:, conir.ininf; tlume Rnnthrrn Hoots oml Horb wliieli R'l rjl-wisc l'rovirlvneo lian ). Inútil hi ctmn'riri whe e I.'vt Dñfrvr i:tol rcvnil. It III cure oil l)Krsr$ enured by Dcrjng irtent of the Liver and lowcls. Tli bYMPToMH of Liver Complaint r n Wttrr ur baij tfito in the nuuitli; 1'ain in th Huck, S.J( i or JntntH, ifi;n niiit::f-n f r Ulicu ma:."ri; Sour ttomnch; of Appetite; lUiwci'uí' nr.tely cc-iiive ridI If x I Un lache; 1-oh.i fit Mi'ih :fv, with A imiiiíul ítíiiiwt ifn i( liav'n:: f:it!rí n iN s -nivutin:; wlik'i ofjlit to liuva hen' don; TeMiity; Low Spirits, m tiiick Í lhw iipjitara'K c if try n:l Kytk, a Ury t.'.'.(;h oficn imt;il:n fur Column; ti-'.n. hoi.ictiint'i niflny of theno syriptttni nttend the tlikcn?, nt otl.t-n vnrv few; but the is (jcncr.-lly llio scat í tilo iIílopsv, aiul if mt Wcf.ulatr'l in liTv.r, j.tiM suÍUtiiik, wtclchcU m - muí lr kl II v ill 1 1 uo, Ti e fulUtw " hKhl v rtri'trp1 pvrnnnttit to il: e viriui-s tu Sinitiiom Liver Kw';tiiator: liei:. W. t. Iw-lf, lr. t.a. K. W. U. . , .; Kev. 1. li. l10cr. I'orrv, lia.; Col. ). K. KpnrkK, Al bany, i a.; C. Mu-:lvo;i, Y.v.., M;rm bibb to., üfl-1 li(Hi. Alcin:v'cr II. Lcpituns. " i u bnve tiel i& virtueR, i'-Tinm?lv1 ntl know Cu t fur 1 tyi.yx psui, liii(n:r.i (: r.nd TljroT)bin T?f.aúai-he it i t!iffbot íniúi.'inc the world cvvr h.iw. Wo ti ird fui ty otht r rvnif-ilies brfoi a Si tnntt n IJ ver Uictilntoi'j btt noiic uve un r.or tlií'.n leüipor.irv ulief; out tlic Uctrtt liitnr tiot '.lr rriitvfl, but ctTr.-l ti." Llx lEI.LOHAI'll ÁXl Hl.W.tliCR, Iharull, iBL M Kl TAl 1 fV.Vit ("f.V V J. II. Z LI LIN & CO., rinUdfcli.hía, Pa, lit!- ( IIP.ONTci r. nnki with lh creatMt iiMi:i.crH lii tliv Cidl(l tat. TH ClllHIMCr.!1: hfM nu cpi'l! n; tSo I:rlflo I'fiKMt. II IfRtlft all In nhlilty. ni.-t"'"- nol uvvs. T.'IIC CIKoXICI.K IVl.-! n ltiirts are th Uii-nt uiol intuí rbalil. Its l..ui Nwnttue fMilit.t hii4 MpUrlrHt. aud Un KtlittPtmi frgn the itiii nn in thr country. 'I I, t'U ItMNlt'l.K huta) .vnvn bri.BiM nlwiiy m 111 r,t. thf frii'i.il itn1 rlmniplon uf thy p(( 4 tl:niit cointiliuitiiiMl. Cll'iooft, (''irntriiitin, of n(';ir':wioim.)r hiiv kind. It will It tixlvpt-utleut in v-vtyiuti.4 iivi.tral 111 nut li lug. '". .Ti t TIim i'brontrlo Uulldln. the""daily Hi la l, IV.tn-:- Tal l. Ooly$6.70akr. The Weekly Chronic Tlu ílrcit ú Vitxlj ii ilis" C'tu .try, 31. SO a la (lat'lurltfiit poilntf i to an part of Hie t' n!t-i-l hL.lít:ü. t 'KJi.lMit HMtl lUHXICU. Till WKKKI.Y Clílio:, ICI.X. Ije .rltít tn1 NioHt coiuplvl: Weekly Newpap:r Iti tbo world, print r";ul:triy Ml rnUnmii, or twalvrt pat'it.of NetvM, Liter tttin and tio.-ifnU liif.irmo Uun; aim a tuaiituttcviit A ru.ult.ir.il I -iiirt ninnt. SAMPLE COPIES SNT FHS.E. ijo voir want the CHRONICLE Reversible Map? MIOWINO The United States, Dominion of Canada and Northern Mexico ON ON V. SIDE, And tbs Map of the World on tiik oiiiKit eini:. Ben a $3 end 'Get the Map and Wetklj Chronicle for One Year, postado prepaid on Map and Vapor. ADDRKB3 c M. H. A YOUNO,' rruprlttor V. Chrhlol. BAN HANCUtCXl. CAU Bsra, Prompt, Poslttr Can for Impound. Loti ot Manhood, htmlnai Emilloñ, íiptrmatorrllat NwMnitt, &lf Qtttruit, Lou of Htm, m. At, Hill maJn fouaUtlUNH. Vloor nui Ma'.. Mil tiOO. t m: )r,'Ci -nni7frf tai b 9ach fl-i. Aa4t 999 LUOA4 AM. T. LOUIti, MO. mm f 1llV 1.;,;,1,,.; Lvwrnj "ti-i: -Vi r uliy ... ! J H K A h- k;i ;.(.:;:-., Vii ii . .iWas:! EL PASO ROUTE. Texas & Pacific By. Tho Orrnt Popular Route Between the EAST AND WEST. Short Line to NEW ORLEANS. KA'iSAS flTV. CIIICA0O.8T. U)LIS,NKV YORK and WASHINGTON. Fitvorlte lino to the north, en! and wiuthoHnt. Pl'I.L M J.N UUPKET SLF.EPINQ CARA and solid trulul from Kl Pmo to Dnllns, Fort Worth, New :Or!enn, Memphis and St. Louts. tn Time ani Sure Cosiicclioa. See that your tlckold rend ría Teins k Pa olflo Railway. For map, time tables, ticket rates and all reitjircd lufornmtlon call on or addrons any of the ticket Rfrruts. y Y. DAUnrSUIKK. General A runt, Kl Pao, Texas, GASTON MESL1F.lt. General Passcng-er and Ticket Affcnt, Dallus. CHOP HOUSE Best meals in the city LOS ANGELES COOK. Good meals 23 and cents. Short orders filled. Everything bran new. Proprietor from Kl 'Paso. Open from 5 a. in. till midnight. Everything clean and neat. Try Us Once. I LEE. Pffl. OGK BRANDS. Tiik I.nircn.u. intends to make a .? pe nally of tlir stock interett of this portion rf Nw Mexico and tlie torroundin jr conn t:v. It willtic in the lmmls of nnd read by must of the tovkruou nnrl cowboys in this portion of tin territory. A tork ib liable to stray it ia desirable for owners to have their brands wiJelr known, no that itr.iy stock can be reeor ni7.íd and owners notiEed. Iu order to hnve brands widely known thoy must be well nrlrpi-tiscd. Tita T,niEHAL will advertise toc!c brands at the following rates: One brand on cut one year...... 112 Each additional brand o.i cut, same owner S EacU additional brand in printistraijjit letters and 'ijfures) 2 Uach additional brand, character, bar or connected letter reqairinor nn en graved block 3 Each brand (riving location of brand on amunal, or ear murks or both .... 5 All descriptive matter in addi'iuii to name of company, iddress, range and bran tin charged extra. TARIFF LITTRATURE FOR ALU The AvrRniCAKPariTKorrvKTABirrLrAfis k ptiblihi:f iiunMt1- Tuluiiblo surtes of 1nt iim ii:ni.nw. Tioho it re iirennrcl with a vi. to uno." Wia fnít anil ariruiiKtnte for Pre li.n. tiiin, lvkilmr In thw lfiUii-MHt tit fnrinr, latiere:, morr.lm.ntn cr profcsslonul tiou. Klrh it Mlc of tbo tk rio HiiealH to tlitt n irnCLHi In scimraM iiidnnrn iá, mi (trtmnLilf citMiutiiulu .acts ctiottnMjitti of WHirus,er:t of iivinx, and other lugumouta showing tbe beneíll-íiof rroUxtitiu. Any cinirle ono will be ermt on receipt cf 2 ceiKü In it-anipaero'tJt "WiiRes, Liviuj unU lel ilí," whieu will laieiit for 4 conta. Tbu whole list will bo sent for Kl cent or any twelve for SO ctule,or any ivu lui lti ti nU, puttatrti fjaid. OnJer by uumber. fxots. Wir, Living nnj Tariff." B. A. IUm- ri'-.-i if4 C MThu A.ivi.utafitt of a Frirti-oiive TarllT to t'u lA'tor Mnil hidiihU-im of tlie llHiied tlacj." Klr.t rr,ie L,uy, ieb7. Cluw r.'i.iil). tirMKO S3 5 liint.u hr'HltiL'Miiu lndlHiM'DttahlH to a ;ur- l.y. ftt l4w itrH, of 111 AlunufafltiT; .1 Lt iiim,JiUi ix"tilred for Uic l"4ijtc of tlm l'ul'-d KtnUn, aivl Aiiitinato limita 1 m.ll-U"u cf ilii'.o ('uinnitMlUtc. iiiiik. sitilo without a rrotvelivo Torlil.' Urat l'rii'e K.ina.v, 1H. C. ). Tu:u.. .... 2 4 M V. n:it nr Ktw liuiriBli ? Would Kro Haw ,aurltj. bvl AUvmitutfOPUs to tki- Iu,Im4' ftiii itiiliutrtt'S of tha t'nlleil ule..' in.1 futo Kw.!r, lHil. IIomkh n. riuiax fi 6 "Vallu.ii cit ftw Vrml." K. f . .Miuj,i:... M M h.iiiiw V)iwson thn Tuilff by au OtJ Luai- lu.H MiUI." QUO. TtLAI'EK S8 7 "Tl- fruiré! Ire Tariff : II. Advuucu for ini'üoulii." C. L. KDWiuwl. . ,, Sfl " Tho Wool lutent." JuJhi Wh. I,A nKNCN U4 W "i niU-i-rlon t. Kree-Ti-atie." A HUtorlval lU'll.W. D. d. IÍA1.H1MAÜ SO 10 '" Tlio 1 itrnier and thn 1 aria M Cot THOIUJ H. Iji ouir 10 11 -' rn.t. tl' u a I'ubllc Policy." GaOUUC 8. I:ji;twj. X0 12 T. !!' to He I r. nliii ill'. rnw-Traua Mea- rw.n U. P. l oiir t IS "orkliurni-n and l'i iKrirf t 14 "Tiifl ILal u'lfiloa : ibali Aiuprlcrtn Ili'liiv trim iKt AhfLniiitl.1 aud Aiuft,li..iLii liar- lritfl .'.urit'iiui-rrd I I.. Sjiiii. iu lirnimn, with Auililton 14 "'Ju.' i'roKn-iai of no Uuudrud Yaara, ItoouT P. ronrKB 17 Troiivilnn fir Anifrk-au Kti Iip1ti IU "lliu iurltt Mol a Tas." HcnilKll. I'lliRIL. , V hy Irl:itinifn Hbnuld In ITod-i-tloulau. B " rroltHrilou K. H. Ammiiiuwn..., fcl " W liul la a Tari rf ? " Auawvia Ui a workuia- iiian vuimiii'D a C2 "Tlic American Wool ludualry.M .11. AM- if.iiMiwN ...... . .. ...... ..... ... , a ÍVíki-í an. Ci'mt íwf i'iviiii' j' b.' Witiuu'. 4 84 " nit Item I'artiilnif luiium rlus." 4 'db "A cliort lklk U U omiugiifu-J , g Kt 'li-iiuctl4tt nuil tUe 4txuter." batuaurá. U. CtlXUM. XI Th AUKHirf KfMJHoMirr, wtikly,deft1 to Um d.M)ui4iiii r ull tiiAJM of U Turirr uiion. M fvr. hin.lf ii.tt iroe. Al'lrcM Anif rli-n Pro ul-uv liia Lhium. it W. it4 bi., Svw Voik. CLIFTON A GREAT OPENING AT CLIFTON, AR IZONA, TO CAPITALISTS WHO WANT TO INVEST IN COPPER PROPERTIES. Copper claims in groups of three to eight mines. Gold and silver properties of known merit. GK0CP N. 1. TUrte foil claims coatiaaous en tha sama lscij, f ki(k frksl copper ere earrrinff silver; width of I see about sere fact, with a rich pay streak a sbut twentr-twe inches; frepcrty thoroughly proipetteá; sitnuled ia Qraktas aaMtp A Er.t class BTí.Uuoiit. CROUP Ke. 2. Eight claims contiirnous to each etber; eopper ere; (laase, eesl sa iiJci and carbonates; will avenge 12 to 15 per cent; CO teas of kick (rada ere ea lk lumps; situated in the Copper niountaia Uiiains; district. Grabaos teeiaty. Teas roaaeanble. No. 3. Seven col J ard silver and oponed up; plenty of weod and adjacent the year round sfTnráinif ample water pewer te run any number of stamps, eeaeeatra- tors, smelters, etc.; under intelligent and practital tnirjiiiff sapei vinen tkis (reas ef mini's will yield enornionsly; situated ia the Greenlee old mountain miaiaf diaikret Grabara county. GROUP No. 4. Feur copper claims; carbonate ore; free smelting; silnaUeV la tfca Greenlee gold mountain mining district. For further information, terms, etc., call on or address HOUSE Paper Hanging and Decorating a Specialty MONUMENTAL XI ai Either in Woo'l nr Marble. 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