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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATUUDA"? APRIL 12,1890
r TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Advertising rates made known at this office. The Postoffice is open for general delivery om 8 a, m. to 6 p. m. Money order Department open from 8 a. m. p. m. MAIL ARRIVALS. From East and' West at 12 m., departs 3 . m. Bisbee mail departs 6 a. m.; arrives 6 o. m. A., k S. . fi. B. -TIME OAR0 LEWE. ARRIVE. B'sbee,- 7.00 a. ra. Fatrbink, g.oo a. m. Fairbank, jo.co a.m. Bisb e 12.30 p. m. Uaily, except SunJay. (P.icific time.) BEN WILLIAMS, Snpt. LOCAL HA3?NINGS The assessor is abroad in the land. The Protections will give a May Day dance. The stage was crowded with passen gers Jast Thursday. Mrs. O'Brien has leased the Miners' restaurant at BKbee. District court will meet in Tombstone about the middle of next month. A. L. Grow is making rapid headway in the statistical tour of the Territory. The first thunder shower of the season rmde'its apptarnce last Thursday. W. F. Stnunton, manager of the T. M. & M. Co., is in El Paso. E. B.Tarbell returned from Socorro last Wednesday. The ore dumps of the Mamie have been leased to Tom Ingram. Vic Wilson paid Tombstone a visit during the week, leaving yesterday. Supervisor White was unable (o at tend ihe present session of the Board owing to piessing business at Benson. Dave Cohn left Thursday for Globe to attend the annual session of the Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. John Bundle has sold his saloon and will soon leave for Telluride, Col orado. Allen R. English is in Tucson to at tend the meeting of the Supreme Court. Jos. Hoeflir has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate uf J.icob Schmidt. The money in the county treasury wa counn"dlasf"Mcnday and found to be $12,722 46. A handsome office will be fitted up in the cour'house for ihe use of Territorial Superintendent of Schools Cheyney. Bisibill to-day 'between St. Davids and Tombstone. We are willing to gam ble a hundred to fifiy ih .t The adjourned January term of the Supreme Courc mee's in Tucson next Monday. B. S. , Cnff.nan has been appointed guardian uf ihe minor children of An tonia Edmunds, deceased. "E irthquake wea'her" again. Well, if any miguided qu ike thinks it can hold its own against Tombstone at pres ent it will have to be a d usy, that's all. Word comes from Nacosari that Mr. Bush, who was reported kdled by the Indians a short time ago, is at that place alive and well. John Shaughnessy has been ap pointed secretary of the Territorial Democratic Central Committee. He has accepted the position. L. B. Van Burt, had his collar bone brnVen in a railroad smashup near Prescott recently and has gjne to Deniing for treatment. The election in the First Ward for councilman resulted in .1. McPherson being chosen to fill the position made vacant by the resignation of A. Dur wartl. The "B, t r - fiylu- say-'Ut - all - ntyht' seison i nearly upon us and it beometh necessary to commence gathering the necessary shekels wheieiviih to lake ad vantage of the same. The infant son tf Mr. and Mrs. Jris Pischoly died at Fort Hutdmci 1 -s Monday evening and was butied at the Fort. Their numerous friends extend sincere symp thy. Small fines have bi en imposed upon several boys for defacing the school buildings. A reminder of their error should be given with a good old fashioned limb of a birch tree. The office of Teriitoiial Superin tendent of Schools has arrived at the court house and Superintendent Cheyney will be ready for business as soon as his office is fitted up. Hooker's Hot Spnngs is now asking Uncle Sam for an off.ee a postoffic . Let her have it by all means. Anything that demonstrates the fact that Ar zona is going forward in spite of all obstruc tions should not be neglected. MURDER II.BISBEE. Constable ff. W. Loirthrr Shot and Killed by Janus Daly. Information was rcciived in Tomb stone vestcrdav afternoon that Coo t-table W. W. Lowther, of liisbee, had been shot and killed in that town by James Daly. Shortly after the receipt of the news Sheriff Slaughter started for Bisbee with a warrant for the ar rest of Daly, but up to the time of going to pess no word had been re- 1 ceived from him. i From the meagre details received it appears that Lowther went to strve some papers on Daly, when the latter shot and instantly killed Lowther, and then immediately look to the hills, probably making his way into Sonora as coon as possible. Daly has been a resident of Bisbee for a numberof years and is the owner of a number of mining claims in that vicinity, sonic of which are considered to be valuable. Daly had some trou ble with the Copper Queen Company as to right of way for the railroad, and he became po.-se?sed with the idea that the company was trying to run him out ot the camp. He never left his house without a Winchester, six shooter and beli full of cartridges, and was generally looked upon as a dan gerous man. He had trouble with Dan Simon, formerly constable in Bh bce, in 1688, during which he was shot in the foot by Simon, for which the latter was sent to Yuma. Daly is an Irishman and about 45 years of age and unmarried. W. W. Lowther, the murdered man, was quiet ami peaceable, universally liked and his tragic death is sincerely mourned by a large tircle of warm friends. He was formerly sheriff of Gila county. His friends were mak ing preparations to make a strong ef fort to secure his ilomination for sher iff on the Democratic ticket next fall. Mr. Lowther was a native of the United Slates, about 44 years of age and uumairied. He has a brother in business in Bisbee. Hit is considered by some that if Daly has escaped into Sonora, his capture will be easier than if he should remain in Arizona. K. f P., Attention. A large delegation of Knights of Py:h- ias wdl go to Bisbee to-morrow to assist in instituting a lodge there. Special rates have been obtained. All K lights who intend giing are requested to leave word wnh WiIImui B iron at his brber h p. The delegation will leave on the regular stage at one o clock, and a sp - cial iriin will be in waiting at F urbank vitatiiin is ex-ended to all Knights to attend, as a royal good time is antici pated. T. Honneg r, one of the owners of the Independence mine,' in this dis trict, arrived last Thursday. Several badly needed showers fell in the vicinity of Tombstone Thursday. A drenching rain in the city would be ap preciated about now to make the streets slippery, as the Bible says "the wicked stand upon slippery places,''and goorr.e s knows some of them need something to stand on mighty bad. H. G. Williams, representing the Pueblo Smelting and lielining Com pany, of Colorado, is visiting Tomb stone and vicinity in the interest of his company. It would be well for our mine owners and ore shippers to have a talk with Mr. Williams, as his com pany is thoroughly reliable and offers good prices for ores. The young ladies of the public school are making preparations for a picnic at Cochise stronghold We arc told that such a u.-ele-s incumbrance as a man will not be allowed within live miles of the place and that the girls propose to have a royal good lime. Maybe so, girls; but what in ihe world will 3-011 do if a stray bovine happens to come around? Be tier change your minds and lake a few of the aforesaid incumbrances along with you. Superintendent- Fisher returned frm Pittsburg last Sunday. Tt e affairs ot ihe Sieiling Silver Mining Compiny have been satisfactorily adjusted and all cUims will be settled. Tne mill uill be tdried up .is soon as quicksilver can te h. id fro 11 San Francisco, which u ill be in rtbout two weeks. In the meantin.e ihe buddies will be started and evi ry thing made ready for a long a d S'eady run. The lajin;; of pipe iroin the Hua chuca water main 10 the mill has been completed and there will be no lark ot water during the diy seascn. And now Yuma is discu sing the ques tion of planting ci;ft:e trees and growing her own morning beverage. Nothu g is Sri'd, though, about what kind of cans will be used 10 h .ng on the trees in which to catch the coffee. Anyhow it will be very nice and convenient to just step outside the door on a chilly mtd--umiiier morning and get your steaming hot coffee fresh fiom the tree. And it a m.lk and sugar tree were planted along side of it it would come nearer making life an ecstatic vision 'of paradise than injth'ng we can think of at present ex cept being a Democratic "holdover." Impenitent. The people of Tombstone are agi tating the queslion of a change of name. Exchange. Not so. This "agitation" is of the kind that reminds one of the story of ihe French Deputies of the lime of Charles III. They wished redress for wrongs, real or imagined. They ap plied lo the King for an audience. "How many of lliem are there?" asked the King of the usher. "One, your majesty." So "we, the people of Tombstone," that are seeking oblivion for misdeeds and the gratification of lesthetic impulses, under a more eu phemistic appellation, number at pres ent but one, and he can be found by inquiring at the office of the Pros pector. The attempt to deprive this town of its lugubrious name is untimely, and is likely to meet with scant eouriesy. I fail to understand how the name of one's place of living can be a source of cither gratifica'ion or regret.it the locality be a reputable one. It is. characteristic of the average individ-'. ual, however, to expend his energies on non-e.-sent.ais to "move neaven and earth," for example, in order to change a name, by reason of a super stition as gross as that of the savago who destroys his fetich because his prayers have not been answered, in stead of ma ing some legitimate exer tion jto prospeiity by moving more earth and less heaven. For my part, I will not give -my consent to have the name changed until after, as in the case of a newly introduced pimple eradicator, I have had the certiticates of a noted clergyman and a devout prima donns, that the old name is in jurious and the new one surely benefi cial say Mr. Granville Johnston for j the one and Mr. Harry Carpenter for j the other. t In Timb5ton, when the sun was low. La t Chan e with summtr was aglow, And sc iree a bunhole's scanty fl jw Was Wdti rvale's delivery. B t TomVs'one saw another sight, And 'ro'ind Gojse Hat the fires were bright; The Bladder memir.ned in affright Those i.laBsical loca'iiies. To pioneers it then w is given To catch, through f gs of time so riven, A g.impse of recollection's heaen. And mourn in saddened rivalry. And redder et the nose shall glow Above each scanty beird "f snow, And wetter, taltW shall fl w The tear of sensibility. The fl im; sweeps onwardl Weep yebravel Pour out ihe lahrym iry wave T quii ch it '79eri, ave Last Chance and Gjose Flat, any way. The foregoing lines were found about the Prospector officejas their eciidmuui demonstrates. The more one studies the recent deci-ion of the Supreme Court, the more one wonders if our unmentiona ble Governor realizes the delightfully embarrassing position in which he is placed. It is to be regretted that the Creator has denied to him the satis faction of realizing how much he merits the obloquy which has been heaped upon him. I am informed mat ne is now ready to "bury me ha (diet." It is likely, however, to be buried by his late friends, only in that deceiving superstructure of his anat omy by misconception called his head. And now comes the pious person with an averment that if the appro priation act is legal, likewise is the Sunday law. This is probably so. for though Governor Zulick did not ap prove the bill, he did not veto it; he merely pocketed it, believing that the legislature legally expired on March 21st, and that consequently it could not become a law. Misconceptions of duty which originate such laws as that can have but one origin destitution of brains. It is the nature of the mindless ass to fancy himself the cus todian of his neighbor's welfare, and to determine what that welfare is by assumptions derived from his own feelings and taking no account of any thing el.-e. But by what color of moral light do these "truly good," these assinine pietaries, these Sunday scholiasts, arrogate to themselves the privilege of interfering in the affairs of others? I hold heretical opinions upon the right of another to inler nirddle in my business, when that business in no way concerns him. What business is it of mine whether my neighbor's soul is saved or not? What shadow of justification is thete for my attempting to compel him to believe as I do, or lo keep holy the same days that I do? If I have a right to dictate bis confession of faith I have an equal right to regulate all of his domesiic nff irs, his wearing apparel, his sanitary arrangements, .bis food, his treatment of his family, and all other trivialities of his house hold. To a person of intelligence no thought of intermixing with another's affairs obtrudes itself. It is a matter for each individual's care, alone, what his purely personal doings or misdo ings are, and no one free of mental impediment will assert otherwise The oppressiveness and harmfulness of such meddlesome interference is to be realized by a study of the effects of the old Puritanic "Blue laws." My , doctrine may be not good Christianity, not good puritanism, but it. is mighty good breeding; and as an example of such it is "commended for study to those who find in the Decalogue the commandment, "Heniember the Sab- Ulmlh day to make your neighbor keep it wholly." G. A Guod Move. . A movement is on foot in this city to have all business houses, saloons excepted, close by 7 o'clock in the evening. The idea is a good one in many respects I'- gives the clerks. shoner hours, is less expense to the proprietors and more convenient. There is no question that the nece.s sary supplies can be secured between the time of opening in the morning and 7 o'clock in the evening, for all stores have delivery wagons and are pleased to deliver all goods. We sincerely hope that all business houses will agre to this proposition and understand thiit all except two or three have agreed to do so, providing all others will do the same. The mill at Dos Cube.as has started up and the future of that camp seems very bright. The ore is low grade but there are practically unlimited quan tities of it and the small cost of work ing unices fair profits certain. Other districts surroundingTombstone could do the same thing and will probably do so when the silver question is favorably settled. The fact that Southern Atizona posseses enormous bodies of low grade ore is becoming more apparent every day. In every instance where proper reduction works have been erected and properly handled success has been certain. Mining men are beginning to realize this, as is evidenced by the many new works erccted and contemplated throughout the Territory during the past year, as well as the numerous sales of valuable properties. No busi ness can be made to pay unless handled properly and mining is no exception to the rule. With proper facilities and .the right men in the right place hundreds of properties that are now idle and comparatively worthless can be made lo yield steady and handsome profits. MaeNeal, of the fotmer well known firm of MaeNeal & Moore, returned to Tombstone last Thursday for a short visit. Justice E i-ton and wife will go to Paris, Texi-s, a'loit the 1st of next month, where they ill in future reside, surrounded by th -ir children. Depiit-jJsojiii-Ailiijn baa nftirly completed the assessing of the city, and has interviewed quile a number of outside residents. Inventor Keely, ol "Keely motor" fame, declares he has solved the problem of serial navigation and says he can already move a weight up and down in vacuum. Notwithstanding 1 lie fact that our residents assert that Tombstone is dead, drummers for various houses are constantly visiting us and all report doing a good business. In commenting on the proposition lo send Governor Wolflcjy to Congress, ihe Florence Enterprise says "the impracti cability of the suggestion lies in the cir cumstance that the position of Delegate is not an appointive office." Placer mining is said to be quite ac live from upper Walnut Grove dam down the Hassayampa to a distance of three or four miles below the lower dam. Over thirty miners are at work, taking out good pay. The fruit trees in North Clifton are loaded with fruit. The peaches are now quite a good size, and it will not be long before our citizens will bo re veling with the juicy peach and gripes. Clifton Clarion. The "holdovers" at Yuma have re fused to step down and out and ask for another decision on the subject. They will probably get it and be like the man who caught the bear. Some individuals have to be given a course of education with a club before they can learn anything, anyhow. Mr. Picket, superintendent of the Quijotoa Mining Company, was here looking at the Gold Gulch property. If Mr. Picket's report is satisfactory, the directors of the company, who re side in San Francisco, will at once come here and close the deal for this valuable property. If the company secures this property, with the capital they control, it will be the making of one of the liveliest camps in this sec tion. Clifton Clarion. In the opinion ol Treasurer Smith, Salt llivcr Valley farmers don't want any immediate free trade in theirs, particularly with Sonora, where a "fanega" of wheat is only worth six bits in Mexican money. This is at the rate of about 105 pounds for 60 cents in our money. There is considerable smuggling of grain at Nogales, into Arizona, but on a free trade basis we would feel like ordering something easier than competition with Mexico's agriculture. Phenix Herald. Board if Supervisors. April 7. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present Coffman, Montgomery and White. Minutes read and approved. The following claims were allowed and warrants ordered drawn: W. F. Nichols, justice fees. . . .$ 9 50 F. E. Cadwell, constable fees. . 13 90 F. E. Cadwell, two months' - sanitary inspection 32 00 FE Cadwell, two months jailer 20 00 J. H. Fisher, jailer 120 00 W. W. Lowther, constable fees 27 50 W. W. Lowther, sanitary in spector 16 00 R. P. Stevens, hurrying indig ent dead 45 00 H. J. Peto, drugs 23 70 Mrs. Turner, supplies hospital. C. E. Frederick, repairs court house Huachuca Water Co., water. . 24 OS 21 00 (38 93 H. E. Lea, jury services 14 00 P. L. Seanians, three months! subscription, cemetery D. J. Carter, janitor Mrs. Davis, hospital nurse. . . . Martin Coslello, assgd claims. Ah I. ing, supplies hospital 45 00 50 00 46 50 10 00 12 80 Joe Brown stationery 30 00 P. B. Waruekros, hospital sup- plies 84 00 P. B. Waruekros, supplies to indigent Sime Gallen, work on ford. . . A. Barron, jury service G. F. Strong, hospital steward. Sam Moore, planting trees S. Tribolet, supplies hospital. . 40 90 7 50 40 00 75 00 4 00 29 44 Tombstone Gas Co., gas 31 90 G. C. Willis, physician 125 00 G. C. Willis, vaccine virus. ... CO 00 Cook and laundryman 31 25 Mrs. Holland, washing 12 00 Al Koska, cook 15 75 C. L. Cummings, board jail. . . 21 95 N. A. Gilman. assessor 300 00 The Board then proceeded to count the money in the county treasury and found therein $12,722.47. The Report of the County Treasurer was examined and found to agree with the money on hand. The Superintendent of Public In struction was allowed a room in the court house for his office. Mrs. Martha Bryant, sick and indig ent and with a family, at Bisbee, was allowed $30, and a warrant ordered drawn in favor of A. L. Brooks, to be given to S. E. Perrin for their use and support. Ordered that the County Treasurer be and is hereby instructed and direct ed to transfer from the general fund lo Lhe salaiy -fund moneys to the amount, of fl,21G 66. The following resolution was unani mously adopted : Whereas, The redemption of the county bonds of the issue of 1S83 re quired the sum of $7,023.70 in excess of the amount lo the credit of the said redemption fund on February 5, 1890, and Whereas, At various limes during the years 1SS7 and 1S88 there was wrongfully transferred to the general fund from the interest fund and the several redemption funds the sum of if 0,881.83; and Whereas, Said amount of $0,581.83 so transferred to the general fund should have been applied to the re duction of the bonded indebtedness of the county, for which purpose it was raised; and Whereas, The said sum of $7,023.76 can now bo spired from other funds, and is required to balance the Cochise County Redctnrjlion Fund account in the cancellation of the balance of Co chise county bonds of the issue 'of 18S3, Iheiefore Resolved. That the County Treas urer is hereby instructed to transfer from the interest redemption fund to the general fund the sum of $941.77, from the contingent fund to general fund $4,30S.50, and from the general fund to redcmplion fund $7,023.76. And the Treasurer is further instruct ed ard directed to place to the credit of ihe general fund all moneys that may hereafter accrue to the Cochise County Redemption Fund, as provided for in the tax levy of 1889, also all moneys that may hereafier accrue to the interest redemption fund, as pro vided for in said tax levy of 18S9, for the payment of interest on bonds of the issue of 1883. It is hereby ordered that a re-registration of the voters of Cochise, county be taken by the registering officers of said county, showing the names of all electors eniitled to vole in Cochise county at the next ensuing election, and that said order be published in the Tombstone Weekly Prospector during the entire months of May, June, July and August, 1890. Adjourned to April 8, at 10 a m. April 8. Board met pursuant, to adjournment. Present Coffman and Montgomery. Absent T. J. White. Minutes read and approved. Chas. Mason, Road 0erseer of the Fairbank road district, is directed to give notice to the. parties having ob structions on the public highway lead ing to Carr'a canon, and on the public highway leading to Miller's canon, and on the public highway leading from Carr!a canon to Miller's canon, that they are given ten days' time from the day of service of notice on them, to remove said obstructions on said pul- lic highway, and that their failure i(y remove said obstructions within the time specified, the road overseer will proceed to open said public highways by removing all the obstructions thereon. Moved and carried unanimously that A. H. Emanuel, Clerk of the District Court, be allowed $75 in full payment fur liis claims presented to the board "for the care and preserva tion of the records of his office, keep ing the necessary indexes and other labor of like'class," during the months of January, February and March, 1S90, in pursuance of the official ac tions of the board on January 11th and March 6th, 1890. The following claims were allowed and warrants ordered drawn: Lem Goldwater, juror $ 6 70 Ben James, constable fees 20 40 W. F. Bradley, assigned jurors' claims 67 00 Copy of records 5 00 M. Costello, assigned claim of A. Tuquet, boarding jurors, $32.50, allowed G. E. Kohler, matting for jail. . C. H. & T. Co.. supplies for the Benson jail 19 50 17 00 12 20 A. H. Emanuel, fees and wrap pers for filing S 40 Adjourned to April 9, at 10 a. m. April 9. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present Coffman and Montgomery. Absent T. J. White. Minutes read and approved. A petition from the residents of the Lower San Pedro praying that a new precinct be created and that a justice of the peace and a constable be ap-. pointed therein was received by the board, and after being fully considered it was determined that there is not a sufficient population within the pro posed new precinct to justify its crea tion as such, therefore the petition is denied. Wherefore for a period of more than two months last past Mrs. Lewis has been an inmate of the county hospital suffering from paralysis, and her period of convalescence is likely to he extended many months, thereby en tailing an exorbitant expense on the county, therefore Be it ordered, that a warrant be drawn in favor of G. C. Willis, county physiehiu for-s?L:20-to-bc-expended by him in defraying the expenses of an attendant to accompany the said Mrs, Lewis to her own people in New Or leans. The tax collector is instructed to cancel the taxes for 1889 against th Paymaster mine, the Osceola mine and the Mazeppa mine, all being i Cochise mining district, said mining claims not having been patented at the time they were assessed. Moved by Montgomery that Mrs, A. Adamson be allowed a warran drawn on the general fund for th sum of $440, the balance due her from the county for taxes collected on $1,000 of property; widow exemption from taxation. Carried. Mrs. Vasquez and family were a! lowed $15 for month of April and Mrs. Barrows and family were allowed $30 for month of April, being indigent The claim of S. C. Bagg for print ing of job work was allowed for $41.20 and a warrant ordered drawn. The report of the Probate Judge embracing the fees collected in his office and turned over to the County Treasurer during the first quarter of the year 1890 was received, placed on file and found to correspond with his receipts. Adjourned to April 10, at 10 a. m. April 10. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present Coffman and Montgomery, Absent T. J. White. Minutes read and approved. There being in the vaults of the county treasurer the sum of $100 in ex cess of all balances for which the county treasurer is responsible, it is hereby ordered that said sum be covered into the treasury as funds of the county and credited to the con tingent fund. On motion of the board it was or dered that the action of the board of Lpril 9, 1890, in cancelling the taxes on the Paymaster mine, the Osceola mine and the Mazeppa mine, for 1889, in Cochise district, is re.-cinded, it be ing ascertained from the books of the county recorder that said mining claims have been patented. Ordered that A. H. Emanuel, Clerk of the District Court, be and hereby is requested to correspond with the Clerk of the District Court at Tucson, Pima county, with reference to pro curing all reports of coronerV inquests held previous to April 1, 1881, in that portion of Pima county now embraced within the boundaries of Cochise county. Adjourned to April 11, at 10 s. m. COHVM RECORDS. The following instruments wpre fih J with the County Recorder during the week : LOCATION'S. Emma S. and Baltimore mines, Tur quois districi; Geo Sanbray. Ma flower mine, Dos Cbeza's district: W. T. Cooper. Anna mine, Turquois district; Mrs. A. L. Goho. DEEDS. Felice Lazard to the Cincinnati min ing company, the Cincinnati mine, Tomb stone; $10. Wm. Herring to the Copper Queen mining company, the Sunrise mine. War ren district; $1.- LETTER LIST. The following letters remain un called for in the posloffice at Tomb stone, Arizona, April 12, 1890: B issett, Chas Kerney, John A Moyer, Lu.a Haveland, Wallise Kenney, M A MIXED LETTERS. Gonsales, Victoriana Quisos, Jesus Alcaras, Totmsa Moralrs, Trinidad Moreno, Angel Gunella, Sigr. Any person calling for any of the above letters will please say "adver tised" and give the date. W. A Harwood, Postmaster. . Confirmed. The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few vears ago has been more than confiimed by the pleasant experience uf all who have used it, and the success of the proprietors and manulaciurers, the Cal. Fig Syrup Company. Mice. All persons indebted to me. are re quested and notified to call and settle with M. G. Crowley, who is au honzed to collect and receipt for all accounts due me. api2tf T. H. Campbell. Strangers who are visitors to our city should go to the Maisnn Dore res taurant if they want to be healfhy and happy. Anything cooked to order on short notice and the tables are supplied with the best the market affords. It is not probable that that the free coinage bill will become a law but the bill to compel he coinage of $4,500,000 per month will probably pass both houses. A silver smelter will be in operation here in the near future. The great quantity of silver ore in our camp and the richness of the same has drawn the attention of men of experience and capital to this industry, and the result will be aslibove stated" Clifton Clarion. Pioneer Establishment. (Ritter Buildiog) - ALLEN STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K; CORRAL. EEAEY& Co,. Managers. The largest and finest stock of Undertaking Goods in Arizona. We are prepared to do all work in our line in a first class manner. ALL OUR WORK GUARANTEED. 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