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WEDNESDAY, MAT l 18S7.
Kkmtssc3 AT T3"? f.-irr-orrroK. n trr A. T.. SWOXD-('l.ASS i VTTltt. .TO iPVEItmErS. K!af line of solid Koapareil nvwanremont make one miliar. R. C DAKR. Adertirin asent.Hi and 65 plalrchanta' Eaohanre. Ban Francifco. Cal.. iiflor anthorfcel acant ta that city, and con tract for adwrtiMne pan be matte with hiro. TBI Clamo! iiion file in-Kio oEco. , , -. fW TO' C0RR&JPONDENT8. Where trnul eaattMraare thanbiact nf ronimn nicationa. a -njrTo acnitiny will b nude Of their .-ontraia. Plra sign fnll nwif, write only on cue side of your paper, and be brief. James Faukser of Martinphnrp, is tha new United States Senator from AVpst Virginia. GiORGt V'. Brown of tie Tuc son Citizen Las severed bis con nection -with that enterprising and successful journal, and having pur chased nn interest in the Florence Enterprise, will take charge of its ditoriril department. . Mc. Brown ia one of tho best newspaper men in the west r.nd we predict Lif suc C088 in his daw vectnro. Territorial m4 General. Hon. DeForrest Porter has been elected mayor of Phuuix. . . Bad H. Hereford Las lieen ap pointed city attorney for Tucson. . The Pheuix and Miiricop. rnil road will be completed sometime between the first and fifteenth of July. ' - :- The annnal report of the Atchi son' Topeka & Sant.t Fe ' railroad company made public at the meet ing held in Boston, yesterday, def initely settles the' question of iLe Southern Kansas rond c.nuing di rect' to El Paso. 1 Score auoiLcr. Fort Worth has ten linos. El i'i.so will have thirteen within a year. Times, May 5. There wus a canal company re cently organized in this city that will start the boom a.-boomiug sure Tbey not only have on abundant supply of water but they now con trol the land to irrigate with li. Several thousand ncros of rich ag ricultural land will be brought un der eulliva'ion and the fact de monstrated that Tucson bus pearls of great price to, be had for the gathering. Citizen. . An'onio llarliuez, an officer of the Mexican Government, and special agent of Torres of S'iinr:i. aceompaiiii'd by two s::!i i fHri-ls, :arcived tbirt inrning mid iu-ide requisition f-r the bodies of Li hrado Ocrviwi and J nai. Sum Tnjra in jail here. On presentation of the necesshry pnpor both men were surrendered to him, ai.il in a few honrs after his arrival uer La was on his return with both pris oners henvily ironed. It will be rememlered that Librado Corona was the individual in whose behalf the Wlienton robbery was planned and carried ont He had for shootinr np tho town," been Gned 5'200 by Jnstice Meyer, and fnil;i to pay was lanfmiMn'iif: it ont in jail at the rnie of one d.llar a day. His ccnopni'ion in rrime, nnder took and did pay bis fine by n forced loan on Wheaton. By agree ment he wa to be liberated for $100- $93 was finally accepted as the snin total and Carotin wss dis charged only to be again arretted on the chirgn of horse st ding. Juan Soto Tapia was arrested at Fairbanks, in Cochise County, by Sheriff Slaughter, oti a telegram from Under Sheriff Shibell, who accidentally learnef of bis whr-re-ubonts, on suspicion' of being im plicated in the Soio-Kntz mnrder, near the sontberff borders of this county, abont two years Tigo. So nora sntborities wero also on tLe lookout for thesertwo men, and on learning of thefr'cnptnre an agent was at once seftf tt identify them. ! This be did and retnrnel home pending the obtaining of the nec- ssary reqaislfiou papers. Tbe rc nlt of Lis vfsit has'been the sur render of the two meu. The crime fur which they nre wanted in Sononi is the killing and fobbing, in July. 1SS2, of Chu eco Salazar, a wenlthy and iuflrt ential citizen of Sonor-i, who resid ed with bis family ou Souora river about 15 in ilea from Miigdelenu. Jose Aguirrel recently killed by Marshall Boucbe, was also of the party. He at that time weut by tbe name of Jesus Bejeran. in Tncson he was known as El Snrco A Mayo Indian waa also believed to be implicated in tho robbery, j which is said to be one of the most atrocious in the annals of Mexico. The robber h :d watehe.l the liotiso and onloily bidod tueir liiu till hi! tbe men folk-", eieepthig S.il.iz.-r. were absent. S il.iznr was garrot d.and died shortly afterward from ! the efft-cts of. lb lualtr.-n' nif ct lie j recem-d ut tbe h:t;ids of tbu rob-! bers. ! There were serem! wcn'ti j in the house and they wrregroly i abnsed. Tharobliers secured about $5,000 in irj.ney, cor.sider-ble jew- 1 t'lry. plate and other booty. It is i;ot "known what dispositiou will be oiado of these two men, but tbe belief is geueiol that tuny .viii be stood np against an adobe wafl and shot, a fale they richly deserve, Corona was of the belief ; tUitt on liia return, to Mexico bis bead tvould be shaved and that he wonld be put in the army, but the more knowing ones believe that a "blue pill" will be bis pnpcrt into eternity. Citiaen May fi. The committee appointed by the Tombstone Stoek Growers Associa tipn to considvr the advisability and prHctibility of making n trail to Montana' and Wyoming, con sisting of Sheriff Slaughter, Brew ster Cameron, and C. M. Bruce, these gentlemen held a meeting yesterday and submitted the fol lowing report: ., Hon. J. V. Yiekers, President Tombstone Stock Growers Associa tion of ''-ochise county. Arizona. Sir j, Yon r comroiltee, appointed to inquire into the feasibility of establishing a cait'e trail from this territory to the ranges of Wyom ing and Montana beg to submit the following report: During the pa&t four week v;e have carefully examined into tfco question of establishing a trail, npon information received from absolutely trustworthy sources, we respectfully state that a cattle trail from Arizona to Wyoming nnd Montana is entirely practiable, there being an abundance of grans and water along the route, whore the rights of settlers will not be encroached upon. It will reqnire abont two months to locate the trail and the approximate cost will be ono tbonsand dollar, as fol lows, to-wit: Services of two experienc ed men to locate trail for 60 daysj e;xh at $3 per day 5 3C0.00 Purchase of five horses at f4U each 200.00 Hire of packer GO days. . . 80.00 Provisions 100.00 Barley on route for horses G0.00 The fare for three men ro- tnrning home 200 00 Incidental expenses '. 100.00 ?1,100.00 Less amount received for horses at end of trail. 100.00 Approximate cost.. 81,000.00 As the trail would innre alike to the benefits of nil the cattle men of the territory, we respectfully suggest, that the several local as ioev'''Vi8 ?i Arizona bo requested to pay i.n equal t.haie of the ex pent.es, there t'ting seven associa tions in the teiritory, the tax upon easii would 10 comparitively iight. We iher.-fore recomend that n committee bo appointed to rej re sent to the several county od L cnl associations of the territory, the great importance to the livo st-ck interests of Arizona cf es talilsKbinga cattle trail to thenorti , and to solicit their aid and co-operation to that end. It is et-sentiul -that .ho trail l o located before tb.- .miiiig winter, for tuf ncrihet '" '.-ayers htart cat tie on tbu trail tbout tho first of February. The trail should hImj Ixj located as -arly ns practicable, so that a me.p of th sume can be submitted to the cattle men of 'lie north aiid buyers be solicited to j come here nnd purchase in time for the drive iu 183a , Your committee are confident that tho snperior class ol cattle in Arizona and their entire freedom from disease would insure a con stant de-mum) for stoers at remun erative pr.ee?, were a popular trail established to tbe fattening ru'igvs of the noi ill. Tory Rpecifu! :y C. M Bricb. John SLAroHTER, Brester Cameron Eiitih, il.iy Ctb. T'.io folluwii) iiiHtrnir.iWls wrn lili'd for rreord in ti ofiiiA'.tjf lh Cvi'.inly RecorJer. durifcj the uic.nlb of Ajiril. 1S87: Abticles or iKcunroRTOis Siorr.i Bon it a Lnsv.l nnd .Stuck Coropimy. HtHikor, Stewart uud CliHiutM-rl.iin. incorrKiratura.' Brands -Cliirirnlina Ciittln Com pany. 5; Jan. A. Chirk. Bonds B. Palm a. jnstiwof tlit ppacf; L. B Rha an jnstice of tlio l'a!.; Jaw. H. Smitb is constaliie; Joseph Fostur n justice of t'uo pace. BlI Ltt OF SaLK Ida M H. Sttw Hrt, Frl It. Chan.hprliin, M. V. Stownrt. Hiuiry O. Ht)k-r, Edwin R. HooVit to tli Sierra Bonila Land nnd Stock (Jompany; Henry R. Biirry to Win. Hibtmrd. Certifcatks of Mareiaoc John C.i-pcn nnd Rli.idar P. H!idny; D:ivid Mi-iitA and AtnHl Sprna; 2I'-lvin Moniiotb and Art-Ida Par ker. Deds.Real Kstatc S"tli Jonf to C. L ivtuii: Giir''n P. Olmtpnd to Tj't'vrpco R !!! ; Joseph ! to Eumi A. Cu'.t.-r. Deeds. Ot.it Claim H C.Hook er, 4, Fred R. Cliamliorlain, 2, Joaapli M. Uoi)Vpr and Kduiu R. (looker to Sierra Bonita Land aud Stock Counpany. PtEPS Mj.viso M. Sh u to Lou: I Jantzen; Samuel Hitchins to A. A. j Cole; Glorieita Mining Company j to F. W. Grassmeyer; J. B.: Bes- ner to F. Fouruess.' Locations, Mixing Lono Star District, J. P. Lindsay and J. W. Wooding, 2; D. MaikUam et til; J. B. Ressner; F.'Fuur nes. Greeniee District, Chus. F. Thompson and Engeue Sherrn, 9. Bunker Hill District, Dunlap Brothers et aL 2; John P. Harrv Copper Mountain District, C. Ippolito et al. ; . Mori gages Frank Meese and wife to Frank Dysart; J. J. Tay!r to J. Liebemaii & Co. . Notre Sole Tr.ADEn-?ilrs. Sarah Voelckel. Statements (Butcher) C. P. Leiich; Turtle Cattle Company. The total receipts for the month of April were $113.30 OF THE Board of Supervisors. CALL, 2XETI Sti. Omcs or the Bmw or Super- J visors. County of Graham, y Territory op Arizona. ' ) ' Solomosville. May 7th, 1S87. The Board met at 4 o'clock p.'in:, Saturday, May 7th, 1887, pursnaut to Mie following call, to-wit: "We; the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors of the above county, in the said territory, do hereby call a special meeting of the Board, ' for the purpose of taking definite action in the mat ter of fuii'liug the indebtedness of Graham County; said business, in our opinion, requiring a special meeting of the Board. Notice therefore is hereby given fiat said Board will meet in Sclotnoiiville, Graham County, Arizona, on Saturday the 7th day of May. 1887, at 4 o'clock p.- ra , of that day. "" (Signed) H. C. Boon, Wm. Whelan, ' Members of said Board." Present H. C. Boon and Wm. Whelan, members; P. Micheleon, clerk Absent Hyrnm Weecb, chjir man. On motion H. C. Boon took the chair. Ou motion it is order. d tbst tho Conuty Treasurer, of the County of Graham, cause public notice to be given inviting proposals for tho purchase of one hundred (100) county funding debt, bonds" ' tho denomination of ?1.000 eaeb, with interest thereon at the rale fif (even per cent. ?er annum; bo;h principal and interest payable in gold coin, or its eqnivolent in la'.v f.il money of the United States, aud in the manner prescribed by law. Proposals to be opened on Jim. 20th, 1S87. Ai d it Ik fuit.her ordered tiial. the County Treasurer be, and is hereby requited, to give nn r.d rii'ioml bond iu the birn of ?2.r, 0 K, conditioned for tho failhfn! p rforuitince'of the d ities required of him Iiy law, in the premises. On motion it is ordered that II. O Cxn I't, nnJ is lin-ly cmx)w- I ., , ,., ,1 t-rivi ano. niitLtiPzeti ti Ijiivh t!:o ' b.jnn., h-.-iuiijlif fyij menlioue h-.'luiulif fyli immlioue ?, ' pri n I ! O.i ii.iti'ii tlio IJ f5l:'i'Uij,Hf to.Tnnt20ih, ew:tt, ry -a" iirl'uinu I'rt'-u-'ui. Aiwt'. 1 ilOHKAKS.l, AbsoIutbSe. Thia iowaer berer nn; t?f, por ty. etrenath and wholeora. . a' eo'):.ori Ml tlian the ordinary V c.nnot beo!d in c.mtet'tun wita tituils of low teat, ihort weisht al tma, V i.!iai powilera. Ho jjfl'it 1 a t:Nii. V Bakiko Fowdh Co.. to Wall St.. N. Ti-jt . UAI The Et Paso DAILY TIMES," with Associated Press Dispatchrs, For all the Xewa of tlie Bay. By Mail $1.00 Per Mosrn, . 110.00 Pt-u Year. TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Jil I'mii, Tm. I'leik , j faKF a Notice of Homestead Proof. Hoartlcad Entry So. 4C7. United Htatei Lajib Oftioi.- Trosos, Aiiaoo, May 6tU, -IbS7. f . N"OTICSi-hereyRienthat tha fullow ing nnmd "Wtler hiw tile i notice of hi intention t nuke linul pro-f in n"pjrt of hi claim, and that nid pioofwill b; made before the C'l -rk of the Pistrirt f'onrt a .S.l..ui.nTillf. (iraliam I'oonty, Ariaona,on Friday J nne 17i h, Ikh;. vit: Hrnry Ki key. of t'amp Thomes. Gr hum County. A rii'iTiH, for the northowt quarter of soutliweet qnarter of section & t wunbTy 4. with riuiuv it aft (r. S. R H.. ; Ha name the follnwin wltnaeewti'iroTe his c-ontimious reNiil' nee npin, and-camTa tion of . awl lant, Tiz Wi'liam Tttttle nnd Fred Meore, of Oamp Tho.-naa. J. 'f. t'iiz aerald. riift..n. aud I. E. H- lonien, et H-te monride. Urahwi C'onnty, Ansona. ltegiter. First pcbliration May 11. 1387.' Notice of Homestead Proof. Hvmrsteait Entry -Vo. li t. L'niTtD Sta".'s Lkxb Omn. "-'? Trcaos, Ariaonn. April J". I1"'' NOTICK in hereby irivenihrtt!;- fnllowii g tificied SFMtierliua iiled notice of hie in-tentio-- to r.-ak filial proof in eiipport of his rl-iim.j.nd t'uit imid priMif w.U be m.ide be-fo-e tie e'eri of the district court ot mouvil e.Graham County. Arii.mn on 1 hurr da , June S:ht. 1KM). Ti: Manuel iVicheluna. 8ili.iiioiiTil!e, Ori.luim County. A.-iz r-a for thesortheast q-iarcer of section S. towuehip 7, nontn ranee 'it e;:it U: ct s. it. M. Ho name the following -eitnoem to prort hiit co. tiiuo'ie reidnee i-'pon. and coltiva Ion of. raid lard, Tlr: dwardo r oto. Jo9 G-'tala. J- f an At. -a. Merejtlde hrija'n. all ot SolomotiTilJp. Graham C'onnty. Arizona. C.K. D.VLKi. Kegisier. Fintt puMication April 27. Notice of Homestead Proof. UoaUeMteaif Entr 5. Uniti States Land Or?scr. I ' tcs Ariron. pri! 9. I W. NOTICE if hereby &rn thM r-i':wing named wtler hus lilr.l not e of !im in ?9ntin to raako fn ai prrxtf in support of h: rliim. and Unit nd pr-x)f will bo md orih cU-rk o1 the i.;rict court at hto ai(n"lle, Gralmm Connty. Ari n, nn Tlitiiv day. JunfU.h. i8H7, t- Alvin R Kemptun, of Fima. Graham Connty. Ariaonn. fr tiio twit heart qirtr of -'ciU'ii 21. township 5, south ranen 'J4 iwt-H. H. k. m, Henamw tne f.i low.nic wiinones to piwe h continuous re-idenc iiitoi, and rultwa tion of, a!d land. ti: Mtirfe M. Cnrtw, Lri'vi Cuttia, Wi Itam K. Hawkinn and I. T. Coons, all of Pima.Gr.ihamConr'ty. Aritona, C. K.DAILKY. K-.-gitr. . First publication April 27. Notice of Sole Trader. piOTlCK : hrebv R-vm that I. Sarah 1 A ' Vielckel, wife of Loui VoAluke hw- dnt of Hrina, in th oottnty of It run-m. Tmtory of Aruon-. inie-id to carry on the bus nfft of i;i-n;ral merchandi nt tht pi i e aforexiid. in my owi nam an- on my own a-count, an 1 that from this date I vrlll he vi'l ally r s;tni le in my ow.i nnie for all dht contra-'trd by m on act-ouni -f c.rryinar on tho aai'l btisinemt of jTrnrV! merchj.iliie. th it the fcmmnt o?c--pial ortninalty nTetKl by nie in said b;miiioss ot ijwip'-al mrrchn-lije is not more tiian nve thoim:ir.d doljars. BfRi. 8Rvn Voelokkl. PaWd Thornm. Ar.E., Apn.1 yth, 11. . . . TeHmIIOHV f A l.O A, ? - (nnty of (iwhmu J : . On this 9th iUr of April 1S87, personly ap penrefl before me. otii Ro.uhaw a Notary nblir. in anl "or tho Connty of Graham, Territory f Arizona, Farah Voolrkel. pr. mn:J(y" kno n 6 n: to ho tna samt it)ia()ii whoeienftt 'he freKorn-r inRtniment and who at know tvled to me that she derated the wuiio f i-wAy an i vchitvari'y" anI for the ohm a-'d pnw;,8 hre n mentigad. in witnH wherof ( have hereunto aet my h ind and affixed my oftlrip.l real the i?y aud yenr in this cortifi-ata fit aS-ve rritt.n. ( ri' ..HRKSUW. siaAfi. J :-' - ' fiotary Public, ( -- S tit-Ahum C'. Any. No. 13-U Sale of lto?t(Is of (iraham County, Arizona. In act?ordan-e wi!h nn "Ac: to ennhlo ci:y conuty to fund its rr.tstan iuc indehtod u s" passed by th-? Uth IjrUrative Asnotx h y of the TTritory of Arizona, notice is he t-by riv.- a that on Monday the lOih d of Jane, l&7.lidR will be oneno.t jn my tii e in So otr.onviUe. Comity of Crnbcm. Toiri tjry of Arizona, for the purchase of any or t ail jf tho ol?owi:ig bnus of Graham toanty. Ariroua ierritoiy. 'ho rial t being re eived however to rej H a y or all bls. Tlivtut.il Vs-e of Raid b nde irjre.'U'i One Kusdred Thousand Dollar (100.0f0) Wr;n inlorrat '.t tha rate of Reran per cent. pfr annum, iii tprcct pa ib!e ann ially on the ICtlidhyot Jvuary. Pcincipal and intorest payable iu uol ' coin or its equivalent in lawfnl money of the Uuuod dtat'j either in Now York, Sau Friic:co or IolocionTiUe, at the option of the purirhieor. I en ptr rent, of said brns to be puid in Ua y'im f-om t!.ite of Iptio atd ti percent, r.nn iAly tl'orva ter nnti! all of wild lontit are paid. t'-aid bon ' are . .ntively nnjnlwred aad Var in V.i:'j ..: jon of One Thousand ''li.n. t$i,o .. No bi will 1-' enlort.i:i:ed for tho lur- ,;, i,A.i. f..i.. r. Ivj.-BTith acrrxl int-reet to datofanle. j Pri.r- ,a' eiionid ,J marked "TrupoeiilB f ,r i r-Jirni dm tyltoidi." " " I'pon aplkat'on to te Tr(-.snrer of Gra ham Co .my a iti'tmuout of tne financ:.tl con. ilitiob of tli J county will Ij i h;inihl. H. V. POMKKOY. Tr"-j er of .'iraliam County, Arizona. ri:'mn.iTi:le, May Wh, 17. TKRR1TOHY or ARIZONA; KswiinvK Dkpaktmkht, OrUCK OP TH E GOVKRNOIl To all to whom these pres ent mnv come jri eetina:: Whereas, I am "-informed the United States mail and express car of the Southern Pacific company were step ped and robbed by four or five unknown .persons, at a oint some seventeen miles cast of Tucson, Arizona, on the night of the 27th, in:;t.; Now therefore, I, C. Meyer Zulick, Governor of the Tef- ' ritory of . Ar izona, by virtue ot the authority in me vested do hereby offer and proclaim a reward of Five Hundred poliars ($500 ) for the arrest and conviction of the afore " ".id mail and express rob- "Iitwitnr.ss wlieiwf have , -rwiinfo sei my linml and T t be- nflixml llio 1 d" tho 1 Vrritorv Dor 30th" d By the; Utyd $B00 Rswardl ft this tie ' ;. J). " -TH3 DETROIT HOUSE MAIN STREET, S0LOM0NVILLE, ARIZONA. Having been thoroughly refitted il anain . 'open forth? reception of (oestJ. , - Trery effort will Lemmie to ma::e thiaHouite Jrirat-Ciaa in overy particular. TiOAUD BT THE ItAYWEEK OR TEaU8 REASONA13LK. J. M. MOORE, Prop. LE. Solomon S'Jamonvills, Arizona, EBALSB IX Dry : 'Goods ! Boots and Shoes, Canned Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Supplies : for Miners, KiNcnsRS AND FeEIGETERS. WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. A Blacksmith and Wajen Shop Blocked with complete tool, and with com petent workmen oz: tht premises. Lcrdsburg, N. M. 7ndr the Maaagemeet of Only First-class Hotel . 1 11 Tottb. : The half way Station between Solornonvllle, -AlO- Bowie Station, And tue on! pl&ee on tha road at which Water, Hay and Grain AND WINES, : LIQUORS - -i; ' AND CIGARS. tTAnd Good Meal, can be Procured at Reasonable Ratee. J. E. BAILEY. Proprietor. TiiE CLIFTON DRUG STORE. Under the New Management rrr a Fall Lino of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC., ETC. MAIS STBEET. A. C. REARDON. Prop. m wi THE PIONEER HOUSE WHOLESALE AND HARDWARE, STOVES, AND TINWARE . GOODS, CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, RISERS SUPPLIES AX D " AMJIll'MTIO' OP ALLKIKD8. i - -: -- Solk Aoest For -- . ' : ' Charter Oak Stove. Fairbanks Scales, Cltamplvn , . Keapers and Mowers. EL PASO STREET, " ' EL PASO, ; TEXASl' i- ' L B. FREUDENTH1L I GO., el paso, Jobbers GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, AREIS AND AHMTJNITT0N., . Carry an Inarnonst Stock and Guarantco Prices against any Market. B. F. JOHNSON. JULIAN WHOLESALE LIQUOR MILWAUKEE BEEH.- EL 3. SCHUSTER CO,, WHOLESALE 'i EL PASO, TEXAS. LARGEST STOCK AVobt of Kansas City. DEFY COMPETITION. Ord.srs B7 ZCail Promptly attended to. AH goods free on board of car? ut Densing. SHcLOON AND SQLQONVSILE Stage Ijine, PHOEBUS EREUDEN TIIAL, Proprietor. The most direct and comfortable route from Clifton and Lordsbnrg Soloruonvllle nnd Settle ments en the Gila. Partiea from Lonlsbnrg or T)nncaa wbh inif to take staxe can do h telegraphing etation agent at Clifton. Leavea Sheldon. TuosfJaye and Saturdaya aar. v - : - '-' SQUARE - DEAJLISG . SHOE SHOP, MAIS 8TBKET. curros. Men's Soots ....AND.. Women's Fine Shoes - ( . ; Made in the latest Eastern stjrlee. . . .t , ' fa ')!.? Hewed. Worli a Specialty. Repairing neatlf and promptly done. W. C BLANK, Proprietor. coo AN'D RETAIL DEALER IN texas; in JOHN PASO, TttZLeLSi Board S7 per Wee& SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS AT THE... OCCIDENTAL RESTAURANTS HAIX ST t rums :- Proprietor. .- rrrr- Open Day and Night. THE CHOICEST STEAKS And all Kiads of Wild Game - .... - -1 Srrod in anj style desired. ! Welches and Clocks REPAIRED;-- . AKD--.. ' "f. ' REVOLVERS, V. SHOT GUNS v l SEWING MACH!KESf: ETC. CleuaU and pat in ponditioii, J. FEED DALTOlf, , Camp Thomas, Graham County, Ariz. F. E. McGINNESS,. Post. Trader, Fort Thomas, Ariz. Keeps constantly on hand a fine assorimontof -.--- Gents Furnishing Good Dry Goods & Groceries Finest brands of .. .1 V7l23.es and Cigraxs Both Domestic and Foreitn. . Ranch Supplies a Specialty.' : l'oat OfEM nujoinisg the store. ' ' JAMES SIAS, General Blacksmith .; ' ....AND.'... ''' , . .. ,'. . HORSE SHOER. ' - ... - Shop. Malm Street. ' CI.IFT First Class - Blacsmithing - In all ita brnsc-hee done with r promptne., and , . at reasonable priceay . , . . . ' . -iV.'l.li-.i j.; fs. A Specialty Hade of Stot ins Horea