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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 15. 1887. : ... Pecnllarltlra r Pickpockets. Each nationally of pickpockets hns a distinguishing peculiarity. The English pickpocket, who mHkes a point of never working with a band of foreigners, although possessed of marvelonsly dexter ous hands, is nevertheless too stiff and nngnlar in his movements. He id very prudent, makes a point of never stopping more than 10 min utes in the same crowd and rarely makes more than one victim in the same placo. He is a great walker, and utterly tires out the detectives that are set to watch him. The Spanish pickpocket places his industry under the care of the Virgin, and if caught calls all the saints to witness his innocence and makes a great pretense of piety and devotion. His main fault lies in the fact that he is always in too great a hurry to examine the con tents of the purse which he has stolen. The German pickpocket is, as a rule brutal and rough towards his victim. ' The method which he habitually affects is to stumble up against his victim, and Lis favorite hnnting-grounds are the vestibules of bauks and other kinds of financial establishments, where he has had an opportunity of wntcliing people putting money into their pockets. He frequently tracks his quarry to those peculiar littlo constructions of the Paris boulevards which are known by the name of "Yespasienues," where he avails himself of the momentary disadvantage at which his victim is placed. The Italian would be the king of pickpockets if he had the pru dence of the English. He is too apt to continue working on the same spot, otherwise he mightdefy the most clever police known. His skill is equal to that of the,finest sleight -of hand, his manners are elegant and. his movements so graceful and hi3 courtesy so ex quisite that ho elevates Lis pro fession to a perfect art. It may be of interest to add that as a gen eral rule the pickpocket does not wear a glove on his right Land, and ordinarily carries an overcoat on his left arm. In winter a shawl or neckwrap takes the place of the overcoat M. Mace's Book. TCritias op a Funeral. The phraseology of the follow ing may seem a little peculiar. In explanation, it is stated that the religious editor being laid up with an attack of rheumatism the dra matic editor was of nsceaity as signed to do a portion of his work: The funeral oJ Miss Nancy Dns nnback, which took placa at the Seventeenth Frebhyterian church, attracted a largo and fashionable audience. The house was literally packed to the walls, many being turned away unable to obtain ad mission, a source of ranch disap pointment to them, as it was known that the performance would not be repeated. The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. Dr. Amen, a tall, ungraceful man, with a voire like a cross-cut saw getting its work in on a pine knot. He seemed unfamiliar with his part aud we can not conscientiously say that he was a success in the part. How ever, he is young aud ambitious, and with careful study and the proficiency that can only be ac q aired by experience, he will doubtless at some future day achieve honors as a preacher of funeral sermons. " Miss Dusen back in the principal role did not, tf course, have much to say or do. fthe is a young lady of great per sonal eharms, and while the nat ural palor of one in her trying tituatioo marred to somo extent Ler perianal appearance, it was plain to be iaon by the most care less observer that sho was pos sessed of unnsal beauty. The awk wardness of her position was keenly flt, and many were moved to tears. Some in fact could hardly tear themselves away. This was Miss Dnsenback's first appearance in the role and it will 1)6 her last Monutain Breeze. At I,ac New York brokers liavo at last been brought to realize the fact that as the United States produces lib nt two-thirds of ihe Rilver of tho world, it is foolishly nlwnrd to allow London brokers to continue to fix the prion as thpy have for yoars, especially as tliay are the chief purchasers. An arrangement now is bmng perfected in New York to quote nilrer and certifi cates of bullion deposit on the Stock Exchange. WLat the effect will be npon tho price of silver or Low far this movement will bo able to control trio market so far ns foreign buyers are concerned is a qas'ion ti be dopiJod. Silver bnllioT U a Merchn.iitaMe product, one which in tiii-t country promises to bn or.o of considerable imp irtasee, na.l one which, at (he present time, is too valuable to be left at the mercy of the party most interested in maintaining a ruin ously low price. Some have contended that Eng land will purchase her supply of silver in other markets, and virtu ally control the price of silver; but it is a question whether the pres ent supply outside of the United States is sufficient to meet the Eng lish requirement for India alone. There is no doubt that London brokers will use strong endeavc rs to maintain the monopoly they have so long enjoyed, as it is too profitable to be relinquished with out a struggle If the New York combination can bo made suf ficiently strong to control the pro duct of tho United States, there can be no donbt in regard to the final result Mining Review. Never use a check-rein upon a horse at work, it being calculated to worry aud injure the animal more than the work. If a man has a heavy load to draw he lowers his head by bending toward and throw ing the whole weight of his body against it So does a horso if he is permitted to do so. But if the man's head were so tied back that he could not bend forward, he would lose the advantage of his weight; just so with the horse. By taking off or loosening the check reiu on a horse at work, you not only increase his muscular power, but abandon a fashion which is both cruel and foolish. FliJCMff of Genius. "You look," said an Irishman to a pale, haggard smoker, "as if you had got out of your grave to light your cigar, and couldu'tfind your way back again." A schoolmaster, describing a money-lender, says: '-He 6erves you ia the present tense, he lends yon in the conditional mood, keeps you in the subjective, and ruins you in the future." A close ob server cf human nature remarks: "Timo marches on, with tho slow, measured tread of the man work ing by the day." A Freuch author is charged with tho prediction that Franco will throw herself iuto tho arms of the liberating sword. This is not quite so bad as tho Demo crat's speech: "We will burn our ships, and with every sail unfurled, steer boldly oat into tho ocoan of freedom!" A clergyman on board a ship be gan a serin jn in the following manner: "Dar friends, I shall em bark my exhortation oa tho barge of my lips, in order to cross the stor;ny ocean of your attention, and in hope of arriving safely nt the port of your ears." A learned counselor, in the mid dle of an affecting appeal in court on a slander suit, treated his hear ers to the followiug flight of gen ius: "Slauder, gentlemen, like a boa-constrictor of gigantic size and immeasurable proportions, wraps the coil of its uu wieldly body about its unfortunate victim, aud heed less of the shrieks of agony that come from the uttermost depth of its victim's soul loud and vibrat ing as the night thunder that rolls in the heavens it finally breaks its unlucky neck npon the iron wheel of public opiniou, forc ing him first to desperation, theu madness, aud finally crushing him in the hideous jaws of mortal death." A yoaug American lawyer em ployed to defetid a culprit charged with stealiug a pig resolved to con vince tho court that he was born to shine. Accordingly, ha pro ceoded to deliver the following brilliant exordium: "May it please the court and gcutlomen of the jury, while Europj is bathed in blood; while classic Greece is struggling for her rights and liber ties, and trampling tho unhallowed altar of the learned infidels to dust; while America shines forth the brightest orb in the po litical sky I, with due diffidence, rise to defend the cause of this humblo thief." "Pray, my Lord," said a gentle man to a late respected aud rather whimsical Judge, "what is tho dif ference between law aud equity courts?" "Very little in the end," replied Lis Lordship. "At common law yon are done for at once; in equity you are not so easily dis posed of. The former is a bullet, which is instantaneously and charmingly effective; the latter is an angler's hook, which plays with its victim before it kills it The one is prussic acid, the other laudanum." Tho following lines from Power nnd Transmission sot forth pretty clearly tho difference between a class of business as now conducted and gambling: Yon en upon ths roir.l of trade. Where martin merchant meet. Aim Mi onu little options V.i I:t;:uary wheat; Y' i wat;i tii little ticker. Tilt tha hanJs win ro-.in.l th- ring. T!.ni you fin I yo.tr little IkmhII tln jjone a y.im nerin-'. 1 hit's hatincs. Yon to into n fari htnk A ml hnr a Mack of chip. And watch ihr irl coino from the box VhVli the d.'MW dftiy flips. Whn yHir lie:ul in d:d) and aching. At th- h.-eakittrof th day. Y.i.t t:.:t ti.!:Ie fortit'te Hi rn tie t irr vrny. '1 ii:itV inniMin. Ctiuuif MOST PERFECT MADE" Prepared with atrlct reeard to Purity, Strength, and lloalthfntneaa. Dr. Price's is the only Bilking Powder that contain no Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Prire'a Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor deliclonaly. PRICK MaTO POWDFR CO, (.inn ni St Ins. CAMP THOMAS Blacksmith and Wagon Shop, Has been Re opened with a com petent Smith and Woodwork er in attendance. RKPAIK1XG Neatly and Promptly Done. HORSE SHOEING a specialty. All kinds of Stock both of WOOD AND IRON for salo GEO. F. KILSER, Prop. L ItUhn's ColJcn Bulsaiu Zt. I Care Chancre, fin, and a -conU ct; Sorcarn the Letr and Buly; ore Ea s, Eye, ISoto, etc.. Cop(cr-cilord Biotc-hti. Cyphiat'tci atsxrh, diseased Scalp, and a? I primary forms of th disease known ai Srphilia. Irftr, fJOO pvr Bawl. V Blchan'i G-tn BnUam No. 9 Cures Tertiary, Ucrcur.alSvphi.itic Ehtn tnatisni. Pains In the Bones, Tains In the Httad, back cf thj Keck, Ulcerated Sj.-q Thro.it, SyphilU c ttifh. Lump and con tracted C oris, Stiffiicu oi Limb, and endicates all d ca?o from tlie system, whether caused ly ind'.scrrUnn er alus cl Mercury, lravinp the b xwl pur.s and healthy. Irir 5 CO por ! ottlo. li.i KicliMa' OMUn anUh A n . i -dot) for t!o curs of Ccne-rnaa, 0!et, Irritation Orarel, and all UritmT or Oeni Ul ditarran laments. Prlte Sri 59 jr Bottle. Lo Uirhav'. CcMer. KpinU?. In jection, f:rsvaro co. -s cf Cmorr!; sa, . 'flaxnv to:y Meet, Strlctur r,&c. Fric 91 : ycr Entile. Hlc host's G "Jilt it O'ntment ttr t!.e etl ctlvs h?a:;n-f syphilitic S-rvs, aal eruptions. lrlro$l .0 it-r Ri. I.o I ichav1! Coili Vl a Nrrva end Dra'n treatment; lui o pliy pew er, excess or over-work, I rortroUoQ, etc Prlc C3 00 prr Box. Ti.-iio ff.il N?rvino, S.n1 creryw hsra, C. O. 1., iccurcTy pocked per express. C. F. TUCn.VTlOS & CO. . A ffent a. " & 4.y sauvtre street. ( nruer tl-'y, Sin Fran.HfW. Oil. W. C. W. SMITH, rt oflire addreea. Solomon rille. G raham County. Arizona. Kaiige, north side Gra ham mountains. Cattle ItniiidodV Oon Wt pide, ear mark tinder half crop tho right, swallow fork the lf... Horse brand, sumo as cow brand, on rump. LKITCII KUOTHKIiS. Post ofiifw; Fore Grant. Ranch. ar?ka Sj rinjyp, Graham County , Arizona. Cattlo branded w th half circle Y on left e'de with ear mark crop off left Mr. WARD & COURTNEY. Cattle brand Bar W C on loft aide. Hone brand W C on left hip. Ear marks Crop the ripht. Raniee on the Gila river near Dancoi?. Port Office add rera Dun'an, Graham Co., Arizona. $i ffri REWARD! W I de 1 I fib SI I "'re to call attention to 1 1 f 1 1 1 f n,y marks and brands m.jJ J J fr cattle, as shown in cnt. I aell no rtock rattle, and will pay $WM) reward for the ar rest and conviction of any person or persons unlawfully handling cattle in the following brands and marks. m jr. ii. iiAHrox. T. 0.:ElPano,Teia. Ranch P. 0.:TUom iw. Arizona. tmgf on Kale crek, Graham county, Arizona. ljrniark. cropantl split li'ft, crop ris!tt. !Iirr ljm:nl. 4 n t'i I Tt -hon!or. 8 SPECIAL I I tacts S NATURAL FRUT FLAVORS 1 ( Ha KT II a- b. Solomon, . Wickersham & Company TEYISTON, Cochise Co. A. T. FORWARDERS. Goods marked to our car promptly for warded to Fort Bowie. Solomoimlle. Baf ford, SmithTillo, Fort Thomas, San Carlos and Globe. We carry at all times a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Xotious, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Gro cries. Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. Oar Block of Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Etc., ia purchased from the manuf acta rare, and is selected with a knowledge of the wants of purchasers. Agents Anheuser Beer aad Fieb Crop. Wasons ProposalsWanted! For Supplying the Arizona Copper Company with Fresh lSeef. NOTICE ia hereby iciTen that proposals will be received up to 12 o'clock M., June 9th 18d7, for supplying the Arizona Copper Com pany with 500 to 1,000 pounds of dressed beef daily for twelve months from dnte of con tract Delivery to be mde at Clifton in such quantities as may be required. For further particulars address ARIZONA COPPER COMPANY. Clifton. Arizona. Clifton, Arizona, May l"th, ISttf. Sale of Bonds of Graham County, Arizona. Ia accordance with an "Act to enable any county to fund its outstanding indebted ness' parsed by the 14th Legislative Assem b'y of tbe Territory of Arizona, notice is hereby given that oa Monday the 20th day of June, bids will be opened in my office in Solomon ville. County of Graham. Terri tory of Arizona, for the purchaso of any or all of the following bonds of Graham County, Arizona Territory, the right being referred however to reject any or all bids. The total issue of said bonds agrcate One II tied red Thousand Dollars ($100,000) bearing interest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, in terest payable annually on the 15th day of January. Principal and interest pavabio in ajold coin or its ei'.iiv ilnt in lawful money f thfl United State either in Now Vork, bun Francisco or Salomon ville, at the option of the purchaser. ten ier cent, of said bonds to be paid in ten years from date of tesue and ten percent, annually tiwrc:ter until all o aald bouJs are roui. Er.id bonds are consecutively numbered nnd bear the denomination of One Thousand Dollars ($l,(kN)) each. No bids will bf entertained for tha pur chase of said bonds for less than par or face value, with scented interest to date of aalo. Proposals should be marked "Proposals for (i raham County Honds." Upon application to tlie Treasurer of Gra ham County a statement of the financial con dition of the county will be furnished. S. W. POMEliOY. Treasurer of Graham County, Arizona. Solomonviile, May 9th, !Sl7. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To P. M. McGrillis, yon are hereby notified that the undersigned ha expended ore hun dred 1$1U) dollars in labor and improve ments upon the '65 mine, situated in Green lee Gdd Mountain Mining Dirtrict, in the County of Graham and Territory of Arizona, in order to hold said premises under the pro visions of section of the revised statutes of the United St. -lie, being the nmount re quired to ho'.d the same for the year ending December Slst and if within 90 days af ter tho publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such cxjenditure as co-owner, your interest in said claim will become the property of the sub scriber under the sa d auction 2:rjl. J. F. SMART. First publication May 4,1887. Notice of Homestead Proof. IlnmrMead Entry Xo. 427. United States L.wd Optice, ) Tuoson, Arizou, May Olh, 1MJ7. ) NOTICE is hereby given that the follow ing named settlor has tile 1 notice of hi intention to make final proof in punport of hi claim, and that said proof will he made before th Cl rk of the District Court ar tSolnmonville. trr.iham County, Arizona, on Friday June 17th, 1S7, viz: llenry Itupkey, of Camp Thomas. Gr- ham County, Arizona, for the northe.-ist quarter of southwest quarter of section 35. township 4, south range 't east G. & S. It M. He names the followiug witnesses to prove his continuous residence npnn, end caltiva tion of. said land, viz: Wnliura Tuttie and Fred Meers, of Camp Thomas, J. T. Fitz gerald. Clifton, and 1. E. K-domon, of B'do monviiie, Graham County, Arizona. C. C DAT LEY, R- gister. Fir.t publication Mny 11, 1SS7. Notice of Homestead Proof. Heiu?Mtead Kntry o. 1 1 i. TJntted States Lnd Okpi.tk. ) Ttc-son, Arizona, April Jt. Ib7. S NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that snid proof will be made be fore the clerk of the district court at Solo mouville,Graham County. Arizona, nn Thurs day. Juno 9ht. 17, viz: Manuel Michelenn, Solonit'Uville, Graham County, Arizona fur the southeast qtiartcr of section fi. township 7. south rane 7 enst G. A S. IE. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous rvsid;uca ujxm, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: 1 dwardo Soto. Josi Gonzis, J''?us Avos. Merej:ld Hrijalva, all of Solomon ville, Gniliam Couirj. Arizona. C. E. DAI LEY. Kogister. First publication April 27. Notice of Homestead Proof, HoniCMtcart Entrj- Xo. 3S!0. United State Land Omrr. ) 1'lvson, Artzoiia, April if. IS?. NOTICE is hereby siven that the following nunied settler has liltnl notice of his in tention to make fitml proof in support of his claim, and that aid pre mi f will bo made be fore th clerk of the district court at Sclo monvillo, Graham t'ounty. Arizona, on Thurs day, June 9th. 1H.S7. viz: Alvin B. Kempt on, of Pima, (r rah am County. Arizona, for tho southeast qnarter of section 29. township 5, south rat life east G- A S. Ii. M. llenaiuos the fo:lwing witnesses to prove his continuous residence noon, und cultiva tion of, rjiid land, viz: Monroe M. Curtis, Ievi Curtis. William K. Hawkins and I. T. Coons, all uf Pima, Cruhani Count v, Arizona, C. DAILKY. Jt'gister. First publication April 27. X0TICE. "VOTKT, 13 IIKKSBY CJIVI'.N TIIAT A J. It. H.VIOLKH lias rescued hi.imai tinn a, uiaaoir r uf tlie i'hHmpioti ( nttlo Cnniitsnv. frraliam roiintv. Arizona, and that h ia rlievl r all rtpoaibiiity cim- ae.-tci with th. bnatuwsa or ino company. ttIiin nuulo vacajit Ijy ilr. Ila'sWn ri-na- IH'll. 1.. li. I Al.l. Ji;iu- I, 1ST. REJUVENATOR. THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TRIAL BOTTLE FREE, SUFFICIENT TO PROVE THE MER ITS OF THIS, THE .KEMEDY andKE It VE TOXIC cures with un failing certainty Kenr ous and Physiral Debil ity, Vital Exhaustion. Spermaturrbxca.Semlnri VfaV;ness, Prenfature Dcciine, Organic Weafc nrss, Prostntitts, Bcxual ccl!oo and I.oHSof Man hood, however compli cated and from whatever cause produced. GREATEST OF ALL I STRENGTHENING! REMEDIES AND-'' - REJUVEHAT0X. NERVE TONICS, ! I' the only remedy that ,. : prevents permanently WILL BE SENT TO : ull lnvolnntiry Weakcii awv nuc iddiv :lue sses, lraii:a upon ANT UNfc ArrLT- : tlie system, night or day. ING BY LFTTFR : boweverthey occtir.atid Lt,ltK: which are the truecauj. STATINGHIS SYMP-! of th ubovo and many : other ferrous, Debill T0MS AND AGE. : tatedand Morbid condit- TI0NS STRICTLY !6u"ier nnawar of j CONFIDENTIAL BY j letter or at! I OFFICE, FREE, j it j Also core. ALL Kidney and Bladder Com pla'.nts.lmpuriticor tlicRhKxI.JJiaeaseaof Ui. Bkiii, Pinv.ilM, Kniptio:m, ete. Price, J..'0 a but tie, or 5 bottle, for 10. Sent to any address aneuro from observation and ItrtctlycoifKlenUul. CUIUi GUAiUIEn, Call or address DR.C. D. SALFIELD, tl6 Awrny St., San Jtrancif o, Ctit. A. T. & S. F. R. R THE GREAT HIGHWAY FROM Arizona (o the East, Makes close connection at Altraqaerque with the ATLANTIC I PACIFIC R. R. TO KANSAS CITY And all Points in ths East. Trains from Doming, N. M., connect at Karoos City with trains for CHICAGO, ST. LOTJIS, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YOKK And all Eastern Cities. THK ROAD PASSES OVER A MAG uificent stretch of mountain nnd plain. Is thoroughly ballasted, and eqnipped with the best rolling stock of modern times. Every attention is paid io the comfort of passengers, making it the most desirable route betwoen the East and West. Trains ran over the Sonora road from BENSON. ARIZONA, . Through to HERMOSILLO and GTJAYMAS, Furnishing Tucson and othor cities easy access to tho great trade of Moxico, which ia now opening np its vast treasures to tho world. W. F. WHITE, Gen. Pass, and Tick. Agent, Topeka. Kalians. i.siSs sgs.t s urn tos3 E3TXAY. Taken up on th- ranire of I. Markham Curtis precinct, Graham County, Arizona one horpe, lis it h-y, J5H hands hich, ahout fifteen years old. blind in left eye, white hind feet, dark from kno?P down, saddle marked, branded U. 8. and I.'C. on left shoulder, and on left side nock indistinctly. Appraised Ly I V. Rullanl and Elijah Hancork. Curtia pre cinct, u raham I'ounty, vaiua zt owner can recover property by proving same and pay ins charges. 8.. T.SIMS ,T. P. Curtis, rihTi County. Arizona. it it MREJUVEHATDlt Mllll! GRAHAM HOUSE, CAMP THOSV1AS, ARIZONA. Having recently been enlarged and refitted is prepared to accommodate guests in a more sumptuous manner than formerly. BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH AT REASONABLE RATES. Neat and attractive in all its appointments. Table supplied with the fresh products of the Gila Valley. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL LOUISA C. RUPKEY, Proprietress. The Improved White Ths Easiest Selling; CPwinrr Mnrhinp lnThe The Best SstisfyingOcWlIlg MdUllIie world. Its Introduction and world-renowned reputation was the deatli ilow to hish-priced machines. There are no SecoDS Hani le Sewii Mines ia tlie Mariet. This is a very important matter as it is well known and un disputed tact that many of the so called first-class machines which are offered so che a p n o w- a -days are those that have been repossessed (that is, tatten baci from customer! aftsr use) and re qtiild and put upon the market as new. Prices and Terms Made Satisfactory, dealers wanted WHITE SEWINGWIACHINB CO., CLEVELAND, OHIO I S B I S- o oH e o oa h 8-g 1 ff cn 5 'p - w (Acq g-2 -3 9 p. 3 H-S (- CIS r 90 O O If B t to no- 5 3 JKwmiW THE HAS BEEN EQUIPPED WITH THE CELEBRATED GORDON JOS PRESSES Together with a large amount of New Type, Ornaments, Rules, Cuts, Borders, Flourishes, Etc., Etc., And we take pleasure in calling the attention of Busi ness men and the public generally, to our unequaled facili ties for Executing every variety of JOB PRINTING. Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements Business Cards, Announcement Cards, Envelopes, Tags, Dodgers, Posters, Circulars, Hand Bills, Tickets, And in faof everything in f fie Printing Line. CLAEION PUBLISHING COMPANY, THS' DIVERGING'STAGE LINES. IS ARIZOXA. faiST tilt ' ' ' CR Si 3 m Kfc ? . IT WU&f JTr