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VVr IH IMr. or 5 tirnhnin County Times, Vol. IV.
OL. 111. 1.NO. 21. Jciraliam County Kews. " IV. CLIFTON, GRAHAM COUNTY, ARIZ., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1885. Official County PAPfeR. THE CLIFTON CLARION. Prmjszj;:) Evp-ry WzusRiOAr. at t'llflou, Uraliwn Conuty, Aritoaa. I. Iu HAVRE A CO.. PC3T.UnsS3 AND PR3PRXETOR3. TEKSS: O-vb Yect (in advance) Six Months " . 3.-.a To BritLtu C:Uerlbers, TU abi?ritti35 prio of tha ClaMON to (I.V1I Britain is l. 3s (pastsso prepaid.) Hab-ieribors crjj remit by exchange 03 N't' York. AUFATH: BAN FKANCISCO-E. C. Pake, Room 65. Mrrhantb' Kxc!ian", is sole acant fur tho '"t.ntnN in that city. RPNCAS AND CARLISLE -P. M. Thur mond. SINOLE COPIHS of the Ci.taio can tn olituiwi in (.'lifl.m at K. II. Austin's News gland. Main street. ADVEHT1SINO RATES. COXMFJtOIAL. Com-oercial aJvsrtisini lnTtuJ at rat madu la tucoin rUti ooatract. Ph-wiff Sl, of ut1 lenirth ..C-2) 0) Simmon, of aaal leugrh. -.. . 15 Vitioesof F.rsi"irJ. of uaal lougth 15 l Noties to Loinkold..rj IS W F.'tray Notice- 1 XJ DtwolTr-ioi Notices - 5 ft) All other lejal. per square 5 OJ Thre will be no deviation from the above pricas. Clifton Poto9ire. R-VuNr how fn-n 7:33 a. m. to VMS p. m. Kiitrti n fro n 9:31 a. m. to 7 p. m. Mony Ord-r banr-), Da. m. to 3 p. m. S-m lav, orti? open f rj-u 11 a. m. to 12 m. Miil tieanrti fur SjloaioiivUlo Tuesdays, Ta irrliysm 1 Safir-1 ,-, Miil closes da. nu Mail for M renH clrwe at 4 p. m. No for-?iira or cruilat-jl mi'r will he ro-Vivel forstamo. bos rent or post d orlirs. Partia eallin? for mail raattir other thin that watch is ai.lrus-Hl to themselves mast presant an ordjr for d'diverv. Jases Sias. P. M. F M vnn. Deputy P. M. DlHtaneeH from Cllflou. Mil..- Lor Jrtnr-. X. II.. (3. P. R. R.) 7 J Fart Thomas .... Taswi Fortiiraat M San Carlo Glob9 IK Fort Xpich-. (by trail)...: HI St. John (by trail) 1J Holbraoi (A. A P. R. R.) '- Pi-ni S-iTord... 6S feolon3!irult.... 61 SiaJo 59 RTia S'ation W P.:?;im n 1. . M i C.vIM-v X. M 41 Silior City, N. M. ( wvsoa roaJ 1 1M Arizona & 'Sew Mexico 11. It. Time Table. OOI NX SOUTH. Laii CHfton 9:S0a.m. Arrive at (iaiiirio ll?)a.m. " " Duncan 12V p. in. " " Stnimit 1:45 p. m. " Lord.b.irg 3:JJp. m. ' OOIXO SOUTH. I.wre LonUSar? HVWa. m. Arrive at Snmitt. 1 1 :1 j a. m. " " Duncan 12:lp. m. " Oathrie p. m. " Clifton 3;iJ y. a. Trains ran daily, Sundays excepted. W. H. JOXES. Gral. KanerintODdent. tiouthcrn Paeiile Tralnn l.or Jsbnr-. EUTBOCND. fas Pipnr.-r, L"yes K:mi;rant " Local Fij;'t " WSrtrSoC.NC. Paisenr, Loaves Lmijrrant " liocal FroiaUt ...S-45 p. m . ..4:.6 a. m . . 5:17 p. m ..S:.l a. ra . .7:"S p. m ..Ids a. m C-Trin ran on San Fraurisco time, which L uQ3 bo:ir siawar than local time. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Oovornor-F. A. Tritl". l'rwcott. Srta-y H. Ti. Van r;nin. Proswitt. T-isarr Tioin l. B itl'.-r. r revolt. Siijierin'.u.l-'nL o l'aiiiic Instruction J. L. L-a. It! a-. Auditor K. P. Clark. Pra.vt. Suorura-y Court S-iinu-r Howard. Chier Justic:. Prescott: Daniel H. Piuny. Aso ciua Jasti';-, Paeiix: Wuu F. Fitzyfrald. A. stciai' Justice. Tucson. U. S. Distriot Attorney J. A. Zabribkie. T icsoa. C. 3. il tnaal 2. I Tidball. Prowott. lrreywr tit$ndral Royal A. Jihason, T.i'Ka. U. S. Internal R?veno3 Calloctor Thomas Conli. Tucson. Dlcat to Coajtress G. H. Oury. Flor eace. JnJ of First Judicial District Wra. V. Fiurjrald. Ju'It of Second Judicial District Daniel H. Pianey. Pheaix. Jadi," of Third Judicial District Sumner Howard. Prescott. Craham County. FUODVTS O. H. Htatt Solomoavllle CLESS PROBATE COCBT. O. H. Htatt (-x -officio) Solomonviile BHEBIFr. B. M. Ctwpour 5nlonionvilIa D-pntiee J. K. Hovey, Clifton; Ja nes Randall, SolomonviUo. BECOKQER. G. II. Stetess .Solomonviile TaE-Vscnr.il. lnn.11 J. F'ort Thomw Deputy Louis Voelckel, S-ilonionville. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. P. J. Boias.-. S5o!omonville PCniJC ADJINISTU-VTOO. C. A. Fair. Solomonviile CJUOKER. E. J. Prixs Clifton STRVETOn. J. D. Hoixadat Pima BOARD OP SrPERVIStiRS. I. N. Stetess CHfton Us!lT DtTSUP Dnnlnp llnrM Wee .h Pima JOHN J. MILLER, M. D., PnxsiciAS ajd ScBaEos. OfHca In the Ariztna Copper Company's bni!din east side of the river, MAIS STREET CLIFTON ALBERT S. ADLEK, M. D. (Late of the TJ. S. Army) Graduate of tho Cnirorsity of Berlin, Ger many. Medical Colie? of the Pacific, San Francisco, California. BOLOMOXriLLE A. T. A. N. SIMPSON, Phtsicux axo Subgeox. Rear or Billiard Hall, LORDSBCRG. .N.M. Stock Ilraurtn. S. POMEROY Ranch at the jnnction of the liila and Frico nvers. (attle brand I H a on side. 'Bone brands: H B on thitfh. II rse hran l So. 2: C-L on lift shoulder I'o.'toinealr: Clifton, Arix. Glazed Blasting & Sporting E Hnrcnln PfwJor, fh "old rtUniilo." combines ail th: esjc;ial qualifi cations of on etlijiont, sate and economical csplusive. It is preferred always for ita Efficiency, Safety, Uniformity and absence of 3TosioX3 Fumes. These powders arw now being need by the Arizona and tli Detroit Copper Com panies, and otbor leadinx mines in this Tor ritory. A 1 o tor Sale. VTM. A. SCOTT, Ja., Sole Aevnt California Powder Works. 13 Meyer St.. Tucson, A.T. tS?-Mills at California. Santa Crnx and Picole, JAMES A. ZABRISKIE, AtTORNET AXD CoCXSKLOIt AT Law, U. S. District Attorney. Will pmctiee in nil tb eonrts in the Tar ritory. Mining and lnl law a specialty. Office in Court House. Tucson A. T ra. x, i.'vell, n. b. eereford. HERE! ORD & LOVELL, AtTORNKTS ASD CofXSELORS AT L.4.W, So. 3 Camp Street Tucson. A. T. S:ua M. Franelin. Uaiiry R. Jkffosds. JEFFORDS i FRANKLIN. Attorxeis-at -Law, 2tf and 214 Ponnington Street, Tccsox AUI70NA Cameron A. Kino. Wilson W. Hooveu, THJJ. D. SATTEaWHlTR. HOOVLR. KING 4 SATTERWUITE. ATTORNEYS AT LAAY, Warnzh ST!tr.ET Trcsos. P. J. BOLAN, Attornet at L.vw. Rpeeiul attention (riven to obtaining patents for loud and mining claims. Solomonville. Grab am Cocntt A. T. District Attohset of Graham Cocntt. M. J. EGAN, A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W OfEce in the Arizona Copper Cot Building, went riido of tue river cliptos Arizona P. M. THURMOND, Attorney axd Couxsellou at Law Di-s A. T JAMES HALL, Attorney aso Counselor at Law, SOLOMONVIULE ARIZONA E. B. FRINK, Notary lullle. CLIFTON. .... ARIZONA Collections promptly made. C E. DAILEY No. Ill Camp Street, Tucson. Land Patents & Claim Agent & Attorney. Business nnder the U. S. Land Laws a spe cialty. P.O.Box n. AV G. STAUBLY, Justice or the Peace, Lordjeubo N. M. Collections promptly attended to. A. McKINNEY, Justice of the Peace, and Notory Public. Duncan Arizona Collections promptly attended to. A. M. PATTERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clifton, Arizona. J. H. MARTINEAU, Deputy County SurTeyor, Civil and Hydrauiis Engines! Formerly TJ. S. Land and Mineral Surveyor. Jjinil. mining claims and canals surveyed, and work SPtiranteed. Thirty years experi ence. Kesidjpco : Pint, Ghahvs Co A. T. MIA P Clifton, The Largest and Most CompIels Whole sale and Rotaii EsiablishmoniS in Souiheasiern Arizona. MAIN ST. STORE. " Success in the Pursuits of Life." Nothing Succeeds Like Success. Pnrcbasers can save money by tno abore stores; our object in to goods at tno lowest margin. e carry a complete stock of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishin? Goods. All of the Laces of every description, Blankets, Bod Boys', Youths' and Gents' Ready Made Suits, All kinds and all sizes.. A perfect fit guaranteed. Sold at Eastern prices. Our Immense Stock of Hats Are of the latest and best styles. Just to hand A well assorted stock of Roots and Shoes, From the best manufacturers, to be sold at the lowest figures. A full stock of Liquors, Tobaccos and Cigars Of the finest brands, always kept on hand. Sold at Wholesale and Retail rates. Our Large Stock of Groceries and Provisions Are unsurpassod in cheapness and quality. We invite all to make a trial purchase. Come and see us; We are always willing to show our Goods. Every Article Marked All orders promptly delivered forsjet it! Moirap Mbit. S .AT... MORENCI, t'nrric a Complete Stock of Genera. ,ASD MINES! THE- CLAF11 ILVS BEEN EQUIPPED WITH THE CELEBRATED GORDON JOB PRE! Together with a large amount of NEW TYPE, ORNAMENTS, RULE, CUTS, BORDERS, FLOURISHES, ETC., And we take pleasure in calling the attention of Busi ness men and the public generally, to our uncqualed facili ties for Executing every variety of JOB PRINTING. Letter Head3, Bill Heads, Statements, Business Cards, Announcement Cards, Envelopes, Tag3, Dodgers, Posters, Circulars, Hand B1II3, Tickets, And in fact everything in the Printing Line. cxffTox, D. L. SAYRE & CO. abiz. i cos std: A.rizona. buying; their necessaries, of life at satisfy our customers and seJl our Silks, Satins, Cashmeres and Plaids, latost styles; Quilts and Sheeting, In all widths and qualities. at the Lowest Prices. you bet your life! and don't you ARIZONA I ercnanoise ON OFFIC Tlie Toons Widow. By special request we publish the following true and touching stanzas: She is modest, but not bashful Free and easy, bnt not bold; Like an apple, ripe and mellow Not too young and not too old; Half inviting, lialf repnlsive. Now advancing, and now shy Tnere is mischief in hsr dimple. There is danger in her eye. She has studied human catnre; She is schooled in all her arts; ' 6he has taken her diploma As the mistress of all hearts. She can tell the very moment When to sigh and when to smile; Oh! a maid is sometimes charming. But a widow all the whilo. . Are you sad? How very serious Will her handsome f ace' become! Are yon angry? She is wretched. Lonely, friendless, tearful, dumb! Are you mirthful? How her laughter, Silver sonnding, will ring oat! She cob luro, and catch, and play yon. As the angler does the trout. Yon old bachelors of forty, Wrho have grown so bold and wise Y. oung Americans of twenty. With the love looks in your eyes Yon may practice all tho lessons Taught by Cupid since the fall; But I know a little widow Who could win and fool yon all. The Bullion, of Socorro, says there is a movement in New Mex ico and Arizona, now on foot, to clean out the San Carlos reserva tion. Let every citizen of Now Mexico and Arizona sign an appeal to the President to remove the Apaches from their present reservations. The New Orleans Exposition closed on the 31st ulL It is con templated to reopen it during the ensuing fall. Exhibitors who do not propose to participate in tho succeeding exhibit are packing their effects' with a view to their removal. Pecuniarily the exhibi tion was a failure. The Star reports that two Ameri cans were executed by the Mexi can troops, nbout fifty miles from Opusura. They belonged to the Yaqni command as soldiers. The Mexicans put all . foreigners to death whom they capture fighting with the Indians. The Yaquis also treat foreign prisoners in a like manner. In the name of the suffering people of Arizona and New Mex ico, and of common humanity, we protest against the further prac tice of a policy that leaves ono of tho leading nations of the earth powerless to protect its citizens from the ravages of cn insig nificant remnant of a race of sav ages. Denver News. "Have you any excuse?" asked tho judge of a man who had been Bnmmoned on the jury. 'Yes, sir; my wife is sick." "Not a legal excuse. We want a good jury for this case, a case of train robbing. Any other excuse?" "Yes, sir; I have rheumatism." "Not a legal excuse." "I used to live in Missouri." "You did? Well, then, get out of here." We don't want you." The Galveston News speaks kindly of Arizona's Commissioner of Immigration. It says: "Mr. Patrick Hamilton, Commissioner of Immigration for the Territory of Arizona, gives the readers of the News' another glimpse at the attractions of the 'sunny land of silver.' There are few men in Arizona better able to describe the resources of tho Territory than Mr. Hamilton, and none that can throw so much enthusi asm into the work." The Citizen said a few days go that the bottom lands along the lower Colorado river, from old Fort Yuma south, to where it empties into the Gulf of Cali fornia, are extensive and very rich. An old-timer, who has been over it times witnout number, in referring to that section said: "It the richest land God ever mado. Why," he said, casting his eyes upward, "hemp wild hemp grows twenty feet high down there, and in sufficient quantities to supply the whole country with ropo and jute for grain sacks. The soil is black as Egyptian night. If the hostiles, when they got tired of raiding and rapine, are permitted to return te the reserva tion, let the settlers "break out" and wage a war against the whole Apache tribe, beginning at San Carlos agency. Blood for blood will be the cry. Thousands of our people have been murdered and mutilated, and the government has pardoned,pampered and petted the perpetrators. Such a policy should be no longer tolerated. It is cruel; in fact, damnable. It retards progress, encourages crime and is a disgrace to a civilized and chris tianized nation. Florence Enterprise. Larse Grain Sale. Rosenthal & Kutner have jnst effected the sale of 1,000,000 pounds of Salt River valley wheat to San Francisco exporters, the same to be delivered on the cars at Maricopa; and to be shipped thence to England, via New Or leans. This fully demonstrates that the shipment of Salt river grain to foreign markets, so suc cessfully inaugurated by Messrs. Rosenthal & Kutner a few months since, has- become a permanent business, and carries with it much promise to the producer. Mr. Rosenthal 6ays that he will com mence the shipment of this new lot of wheat just as soon as the present crop is harvested. we learnoa some time since that the firm ' above named had stipulated to receive all the grain grown in tne Salt River valley for several years, so when the farmer sows his grain he has as surance that he will realize a cer tain price for the same. . The Ger man firm knows what they are doing, and unless Bismarck bnsts grain growers know that they have a market Secretary Lamar has received, at Washington, a letter from James K. Metcalf, of Silver City, N. M., a gentleman who has had much experience in the manage ment of Indians, and who is well known in Clifton, suggesting a solution of the difficulties now existing at the San Carlos Indian reservation. His plan is as fol lows: Send all the soldiers to the reservation. Let them take charge of every woman and child on the reservation. Then say to the bucks: "You must bring in those hostile Indians, dead or alive, or your wives and children will be taken to a far off land, where you will never see them again. Take my word for it," the writer says, "in less than two months the trouble will end. Require them to bring tho live Indian or his head. Send a few Mexicans along to see that they do not bring in Mexican heads they are no fools in cunning. When the hostile bucks are brought in try and execute every one who rr.s on the war-path, and do it in the pres ence of all the Indians." The President is gaining reputa tion as a wit. Two ladies called on him one day last week. One was the wife of a distinguished naval officer. Where is your husband, madam?" asked tho President. "With his ship in the Pacific squadron," was the reply. "In the Pacific?" was the President's querying rejoinder. "Why, I thought that the entire navy was down there in Whitney's war. It is also related that when Mr. J ustice Field called at the White House, the other day, to argue at length the desirabilitv of enlarg ing the Supreme Court, the Presi dent, acceding courteously to all his arguments, said: "Yes, but Mr. Justice, if the Supreme Court is enlarged, what becomes of my Cabinet?" The Silver City Enterprise pub lishes the following communica tion, with a request that Arizona papers copy: Coonet, N. 51., June 3, 1SS5. Editors Enterprise: It being: evident that the white troops are not sroing to render us anv more protection than the black ones have in the past, and with a view to securing lasting peace with the Apaches in future, I hereby pro claim that I will organize, equip. feed and lead 100 men from west ern Socorro county on a campaign ugaiust tne Indian reservation of San Carlos, and call upon five others in New Mexico and Arizona who will do likewise, to correspond with me for the purpose of per- jfecting an organization and agree ing upon the proper time to strike. Respectfully, M. Cooney. Stockmon of Arizona and New Mexico are sending their cowboys to tho front to cut off the renegades. They are well armed and are going forward in small squads. If they come in sight of the redskins they will not halt; they are good shots good trailers and can scatter and make a running fight if necessary. If they strike the Indians it means extermation bucks, squaws and brats will be treated alike. It is estimated there is 120 in all told. If they can engage tho red devils before they cross the track the results will no doubt be satisfac tory." A gold coin has been exhumed in Salt Lake City which is not mentioned in any numismatical work, aud is supposed to be a relic of the prehistoric inhabitants of the continent. Rono Colored Statistics. R. H. Allen, a colored statisti cian, gives the following figured concerning the negroes in this couutry. He says that twenty years ago the Southern . States' contained 3,974,000 colored peo'plej whilo now there are more than 7,000,000. Five hundred colored babies are born every day in the United States. The colored pop ulation doubles every thirty years,' and the white population only once in thirty-five years. At the' present rate of increase, in 1985 them will be 96.000.000 white people in the United States and 192,000,000 colored. The colored , population of the Southern States pay taxes on more than 591,000,000 worth of property. They edit anof.. publish 106 newspapers, and yet one-seventh of the entire popula tion cannot read or write. . Crook is a great general on pa perbut Geronimo is his superior in the field, as proven on several occasions. Record. The Arizona canal, connecting the tipper Salt river with Cave creek, which has been in process of construction for two years, is now complete and the water turned in. Its cost was half a million of dollars. .Itwill operr up to cultivation a tract of land large enough to support in itself a city twice as large as Phoenix; During the last five.years there' have been filed the articles of in corporation of thirty-seven differ ent railroad companies especially; organized for the construction of roads in Arizona. Soma of these' roads were to be entirely within the Territory, while others were of a more pretentious character, with termini stated sufficiently indefinite to give their incorpo rators latitude enough to permit them building to any point in the" universe if they possessed the' cash and desire to do it. In Tombstone, June 1st, as Judge W. F. Fitzgerald, of Tuc son, was presiding m tne uistncc Court, A. Fortloiiis, wholesale merchant, and Max Marks, a well known citizen,- stepped outside" the court room and had a per sonal encounter within hearing of the court, causing much confusiorf. The next morning the Judge in flicted 100 fine or five days iri jail each, for contempt. Much in terest is manifested m the affair; especially among the Jewish com munity, to which the participants' belong. The Southwest Stockman says: "The fight for Territorial Federal offices still goes on, and it is hard to tell who has the inside track Hon. G. H7 Oury, ex-delegatev to; Congress, has returned from Wash ington and expresses the belief that the matter of Territorial ap pointments will not be reached1 until next month. D. K. Ward well has gone to Washington to urge his distinguished claims to' the Marshalship. If he cannofi get this it is probable he will strike the President for a lunch ticket: and an easy pair of walking shoes." An Austin clergyman, not long' since, met a prominent saloon keeper with whose family he was acquainted. "How is it I never see1 you in church?" asked the pastor: "Because I don't go there. If yott reverends don't patronize my sa loon I am not going to patronize your churches. It is your business to set the good example, and come" first I keep open the entire sea son. We dealers in spiritual things ought to swap pulpits once in a while. Suppose you stand behind my bar next Sunday, and Til take' your place in the pulpit, eh?" " Texas Siftings. Some one, a military scribe,' doubtless, has started the report that the Chiricahua outbreak was' in consequence of a tiswin drunk; for which they were afraid they would be punished. The state ment in regard to the "fear of punishment" was made with a view of exculpating Crook for his want of vigilance. The knowledge that they would leave was in pos session of citizens weeks before" the drunk occurred. Even the' Commissioner of Indian Affairs was told May 1st, by a citizen' of Arizona then in Washington, that Crook had done nothing to solve' the Indian problem in Arizona; and that the Chiricahuas would surely leave the reservation. This the Commissioner doubted, be cause he believed iri Crook's abil ity to control them. However, he' was undeceived by "Associate Press dispatches May 18th, and a a later date of tho butchery by the Indians of men, women tmi children. Silver Beit