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YOL. 1. NO. 5.
Jlfc ghm?toan Official Directory Gratiam County Council Butt Dunlap LsaiSLATOnE Oeo. SUnncr, Joseph Fish. 2ARD or fiUrEKVISORS vlenry Hill, Chairman, Clifton FXW.lIaxn, Member, Tort Grant. A. II. U?nnoU, Member, Saflbrd. II. L. Smtlh, Clerk, Solomom lllo. nEBlFP Arthur A. Wight, Solomonvllle tRKCoRDtn Manuel Leon, Solomonvllle. i&THKA8iinKR trant soiomonvuio. iKrr: -.. .. . r., , XII9TRIUT ULKHK II. li. AUaulS, DU1UIUUUVU1U IIMst. Atty. Wiloy E. Jones, Solomonvllle II'rosate Judoe Geo. Cluffj Solomonvllle. ISurveyor Samuel Logan, Solomonvllle. fAssEssoR Pedro Mlchelona, Solomonvllle. 6.-Y. 6. & H. RAILROAD i ii n turn TIME TABLE; Between llOIVIB and PIMA. No. 1. No. 2. aYrnv MOUNTAIN TIME p.m. .jqjwULv... Bowie Ar. .5 50 teiojuiw" .... .. ..Bailey's Wells. . I-V..4 69 iiua.t I, ... ... .Ball N. Ranch .. ."..435 .... .... '... Solomon ."..405 liysoVv,.. Saflbrd . " ..3 40 12SI..".... Thatcher "..3 16 Ccutral . ... . " .3 08 I'lma LV..3 00 p. m '-te i ,'i HK&feafcjjlrf s"S ! Arizona i v - i- 3l 3 fe, fiorth " S'E " n ' iTaklng effect Saturday, October 20th, 1891 at a.m. Trains nos. 1 ana - run daily except Sunday.' This Company reserves the right to err this schedule as circumstances may juire. jjrmj.GAHi.AND. President. and H. M. Railway, )o( TIME TABLE: Time tablo I Going No. 11 South Jan. 1. 1895 aKi2 No. 1 1 llWin fLds'burg : 10 20 a m IMpm tSummlt 9 20am JOOpm Ar Duncan 8 20am nop m Lv Duncan 8 10 am fJSSpin t Sheld'n 7 45 om S p'm tYorks 7 38am r3 0Sn tn' t Coronado 7 25 am iU55Pm t Guthrie 7 10 am ts Siding 6 45am liMpm t n Siding 6 40 am I4Ut p m Ar Clifton 6 15 Am '.TrVSarun daily except Sunday Wm Signal t Leave t Arrive. PROFESSIONAL. DKNTISTHY. lE; ?Brenner, Dentist. AFFORD,, . ARIZONA ls finished his tour ofllce and Is prepared to &n sets of falso teeth from J10.00 up. Teeth rciy extracted wunoui pain, flCE'lIour.s; 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p, m. IXGAI.. I; Fonda, ! .Justice of the Fence, ARIZONA 'ttieiitton riven to collections lghs bought and sold. eetn. contracts anu an kidus oi legal .ST Titles examined and abstracts fur- Martin. I ji J Jmvt Offices 30N, ' . ARIZONA feflE. Jones, 'District Attorney, )LOMONVILLE, - ARIZONA "ractlCfSTii all Federal and Territorial Courts generMJnw business conducted and special Water Rights, Land aud laksjrVhMncss. jjjjsteodiln, SwpSV? Attorney nt Lav. SOLOMONVILLE, ARIZONA, tlcesjin all Fedoral and Territorial Courts, &iards, tSKBpr'' .Attorney ot Law, LOHKfrj - AmtunA U rl'practlcos In all tho Courts in Arizona. 5.1355 paf Attorney nt Law. . w, ARIZONA. flp. ilnbe Arizona Copper Co's Building west j'jue ortinqriyyr. h! Lines, I Cti iJiHB Justice of the Feace, cjHHcIng done and all kinds of legal pa- FIIYSICIAN8. M- M County Pliyslelnn and Surgeon iLt: imctMnini AtSafford, at A. A. Bennett's kieslilsoco. 10 to 12 aTiw and nights. At. I'lma, t?t "Irura Weech's rcsWtnjo.,3 on Up 3T ' ' " "Safford Drug Store, MlfrPQRTEB, M. D., - Proprietor RpDrngs and Chemicals ;- wFULL LINE OF MEDICINES, lWr.i'AKCY AiTICLIS eTJarti'ons and all Toilet , ,:m,aTiii srl?i. wi SYAND given to LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK. Items of Local Interest Gathered by Reporters on their Rounds. DOINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN Breezy Little Notes of General Interest Picked up Hero and There. Eastor Dyes at tho Drug Store. A full lino of Millinery Stock at T. T. Hunter's. Mrs. J. G. Allrcil, tho Thatcher millinor, lias just received a new stock of millinery goods. Tho Misses Cora and Lily Curtis accompanied by Dr. AVightinan, woro among tho visitors at this this week. Pros. Layton started for Salt Lake City last Monday. IIo will go by way of California, 'and will spend several months in that stato and Utah. EASTER DYES can bo at tho Safford Drug Store Post Olfico" Inspector Johnson, of Los Angeles, is making an inspection of tho post ofilces of tho valloy this week. Fonda & Patten havo rocoived thoir spring goods, from which a selection can bo mado to satisfy tho most fastidious. Mrs. Paul Beobc, of this placo, who has been suffering with soro oyes for a year past, and who is now under tho care of Dr. Wight-man, is improving rapidly. Mr. J. T. Owens has received a mammoth invoico of goods this week including a daisy line of shoes ard clothing. Mr. Owens is ono of our most prising merchants and knows just what tho trado demands. Eastor Dyes at tho Drug Storo. Dr. C. F. Phillips and assistant arc now located in Safford and havo openod an ofiico in tho Groes beck hotel. Thoir specialty is tho euro of chronic diseases of long standing. Both gcntlomon speak very highly in praiso of tho many advantages of Safford. Writing Tablots from 10 conts up at the Storo. Mr. B, Palm naiTOwly escaped being killed, ono day this weok, by a horso striking him in tho face. Tho animal had been hitched in tho rear of Barney's placo and was attacked by a stallion, nnd in Mr. Palm's efforts to soporato them received a blow, tho marks of which ho will carry many a day. Rumor is afloat to tho effect that many horses aro running at largo through tho streets of Layton, de stroying snaao trees, and being a- genoral nuisance. Jlorsos running at largo at this timo of tho year, when tho trees aro budding and blooming, should bo kept in pastures or corrals. Ono box writing papor, 12 sheets and 12 onvolopes, all for 10 conts at tho Storo. Wm. D. Murphy, better known as "Spud," has writton us a ' letter from Allerton, Now Mexico, whero ho has boon prospecting sinco last November. "Spud" says ho has prospected tho mountains around Allorton in six foot of snow, and knows what cold weather is. Ho closes his lottor by sending his best wishes to all tho boys with tho hopo that ho will bo with them soon. Do you want a good smoke? T. T. Iluntor can plcaso you. Try his Cigars. On Saturday last Bishop Sam'l Claridgo and his littlo daughter; Ed. Philips, of Thatcher, and Miss Josio Cluff, of Central, loft on tho train for Utah. Thoy aro taking advantago of tho oxcursion rates given by tho Santa Fo railroad to attend tho conferenco of tho Mormon church at Salt Lake City, which commences there today. Easter Dyes at the Drug Storo. FOR SALE: A good houso and lot, with young orchard, woll fenced, good woll, at Thatcher. Enquiro at this office. Mossrs J. T. OWons and Barnabo Palm went to Solomonvillo last on business. On their return trip thoy undertook to travel tho middlo road, thoy woro successful in getting about two-thirds of tho distanco through tho perpetual mud-hole on that road, and woro boginning to congratulate each other on their success, when 'suddenly tvo of tho traces broke and thoohiolo camo to a stand still. Thotwo gentlemen woro obliged to get out into tho mud, which was just knoo deep and wado to dry land leading their horses. After reaching shore thoy mounted tno'iiorses DarepaoKea ana rou Safford. Tlieirwappoaraco SAFFORD, GRAHAM COUNTY, ARIZONA, APRIL 6, 1895. LINCOLN'S LIFE. Was Once Saved by n Man Now Eighty-nine Years Old. Austin Gollahor, a playmate of Abraham Lincoln, is 89 years old. Ho lives with his son Thomas on tho top of Muldraught's Hill, thrco miles south of Ky., and tho many friends of tho old gentloman holped him to colobrato tho important event in truo royal stj'lo.. Mr. Gollahor has tho honor of onco having saved tho lifo of tho martyred President. "It was when wo wero fishing ono day," said Mr. Qollaghor. "Tho creek was high and wo had to coon crost on a log, and Abo fell off. Abo wasn't much of a swimmer, an' I got a sycamoro limb and pulled him out." "How old was Mr. Lincoln then?" "Ho was 'bout 9. Tho histories all say Abo was only 7 years old when ho loft for Indiany, but ho must havo been about 9." A Itare Opportunity. Prof. Graw, a graduato of tho Cincinnati College of Music, and who has also taught in Smith's College, Northampton, Mass., camo up with tho First Cavalry orchestra on March 27th. The Prof, is a civilian, though staying for tho present at Ft. Grant, whoro ho has soveral pupils among members of tho band. lo expects to visit our town again in tho near future, and with proper encouragement in tho lino of pupils, might bo induced to stay awhile. That ho is a thorough musician needs but bo said that ho has played in Theodore Thomas' famous orchestra. Tho promising brass band of Layton, which may perhaps need an instructor, can mako no bettor solection than Mr. Graw. Cornotists, violinists, this is your opportunity, tho professor is familiar with nearly all kinds of instruments. There is plenty of talent in and around Safford; it only awaits dovolopoments. A good choral society might also bo formed Let tho music loving public tako hold of this opportunity, as it does not present itsolf every day. A Terrible Explosion. A torriblo oxplosion of a hundred pounds ofgiantpowdcr, in tho Ohio mine, of tho Mescal Mining & Milling Co., occurred at a late hour April 2nd. Tho minO is located nino miles from Proscott and tho particulars aro very meagro, as tho courier left immediately after tho oxplosion to securo medical aid for tho injured. Fivo mon woro working in tho drift whore tho powder was stored and throo had boon rescued seriously injure'd, when the courier left. James Nowlin, foroman of tho mine, was the most seriously injured. Tho oxplosion was caused by a cavo in of a hundred or moro tons of rook, and whother tho other two mon were killed and buried beneath tho debris, or aro in tho drift behind tho cavo in of rock, could not bo determined whon tho messenger left. Tho miners sot to work immediately to removo tho rock from tho drift, which imprisoned tho men. I'lma HnpponuiBfl, Hon. Gcorgo Skinnor was in town a short timo Saturday. Hunt Bros, havo at last got thoir distillery started, aftor ton months of waiting on tho movemonts of Undo Sam. Free drunk Saturday. Boys tako hoed. Nuttal's Rollor Mill will not bo running, with tho exception of a day now nnd thon, till after harvest, tho supply of wheat being nearly exhausted. Mr. Nuttal loft this morning with a crow of mon to begin operations at his sawmill in tho Graham Mountains. Mr. B. F. Pascoe, of Globe, and half owner in tho mill, has been in tho mountain for tho past two wooks, with a force of mon on tho wagon road, and putting tho skid roads to tho timbor in shapo for tho summor's work. There is an excellent prospect that tho demand for lumber will bo hotter this season than over before. S. J. Sims is busy painting tho depot at this placo, giving it a very neat appearance. Steps aro being taken by Mayor Sims to tho villago of Pima. A meeting being hold in tho Pima church houso last night for tho purpose of learning tho views of the citizens in that respect. Tho Mayor will probably present a potition to tho Board of Supervisors during this session to obtain tho privilege of incorporating under tho now law passed by tho 17th Legislature. Rambler. Pima Anril 2nd 1885 jr : I . rn illJRTHS.W i.r rVJBSUr?7?rae n March22d:ltq kh 9aSfkr APRIL COURT CALENDAR. Tho following is tho civil and criminal docket of tho District Court of Graham county for tho April term: CIVIL ACTIONS. 3G4 Tho Union Canal and Irrigating Co., Moorman and Edwards, vs Juan Chacon, ot al, Wm. Barnes Water Right Injunction. 395 Cal Cox vs Calla Cox, C. E. Moorman, Divorce. 400 Tho Central Canal Co., Moorman and Edwards, vs John S. Wilson, otjjal, Injunction. 407 Tho Union Canal and Irri gating Co., ot al, Judge Barnes, vs Tho Montezuma Canal Co., ot al, Moorman and Jones, Water Rights. 429 Tho Gila Valloy, Globo & Northern It. 11. Co., Moorman and Barnes, vs Polly Matthows, Wiley E.Jones, Right of Way. 430 Tho Gila Valloy, Globo and Northern R. R. Co., Moorman and Barnes, vs Jacob Sollars, Wiloy E. Jones, Right of Way, &c. 432 William Hagan and Sarah J. Hagan, co-partners, Wiley E Jones, vs The Gold Bullion Mining Co, a corporation, Moorman and Barnes, Action for Debt. 433 Goo. Ronald, Barnes and Martin, vs J. N. Portor, Moorman and Edwards, Action for Debt. 434 W. L. Roynolds, Barnes and Martin, vs Jos. T. McKinny and Daniel Williamson, Action for Damages. THE ABOVE CONTINUED FROM LAST TERM. 435 Tho Gila Valloy, Globo and Northern R. R. Co., C. E. Moorman vs Patrick Sullivan, John an, Injunction. 436 Sophia L. Murrah, E. J. Ed wards, vs James D. Murrah, Divorce 438 John II. Norton & Co.. Jno W. Kolb, vs Edward Drew, At tachment. 439 Pablo B. Soto, Administra tor, Barnes and Martin, vs Dan II Ming, Jones and Moorman, Claim and Delivery. 440 Jonnio Gatliff, Wiloy E Jones, vs Charles W. Gatliff, DJ vorco. 441 E. D. Tnttlo and I. E. Solo mon, Henoy and Fordo, vs Rhoda P. Green, Jones and Barnes, Quiet ing Title. 442 James Hinton, Moorman and Edwards, vs Kizzio Hinton, Di vorco. 443 Ernest Johnson, J. McCol- lum, vs Lula Johnson, Wiley E, Jones, Divorce. 444 Patrick Sullivan, John Mc- Gowan, vs Tho Gila Valloy, Globo & Northern R. R. Co., C. E. Moorman, Damages. 445 Nellie Sullivan and Patrick Sullivan, John McGowan, vs Wm. Garland and tho Gila Valloy,Globo and Northern R. R. Co., C. E. Moorman. Damages. 440 Tho Gila Valloy, Globo and Northern R. R. Co., C. E. Moorman, vs Jacob Sollars, Wiloy E. Jones, Injunction. 447 Nathan Solomon, Honey and Fordo, vs F. A. Kloyonsteuber, Quieting title. 448 G.B. McCarly.J.McCollum vs Eliza Palm, Action for Debt. CRIMINAL ACTIONS 409 Tho Torritory of Arizona vs Charles Wcech, grand larceny, on bail. 420 Tor vs Simon Juarez, grand larceny, skipped. 431 Tor vs W. O. Gentry, grand 432 Tor vs A. Olson and W. Follott, burglary, on bail. 483 Tervs Wm. Garland, on appeal, precinct No. 1. TO APPEAR BEFORE GRAND JURY. 437 Tor vs Jasto Santaha, attempt to commit rape, custody. 441 Tor vs Callotano Basques, grand larceny, in custody. 442 Tor vs Brig Shields, grand larceny, in custody, 443 Tor vs John Ruth, grand larceny, in custody. 444 Tervs Jos. E. Cluff, grand larceny, on bail. 445 Tor vs Wm. K. Cluff, grand larceny, on bail. 440 Tor vs Wilford Claridgo. grand larccn', on bail. 447 Tor vs P. Sullivan, felony, on bail. 448 Tor vs P. Sullivan, felony, on bail. 451 Tor vs Joso Valencia, custody Tor vs Tomas Perca, on bail, Tor vs Amelia Viala, on bail, Aggravated battery. 452 Tor vs Ignacio Ruiz and Lusino Rocha, felony, in custody. HI NOTICE. is hcroby givin that any person oi persons t traveling over my road with a wagon or Avagons (except cmploycsVpf tho undorsigncd) shall paytho sumof$l,00 for each trip. Wo can no;ionKefjket!ptlibafoadiin' they arnvcibin town was. wWt&Ureji$fj'hiirgc? puuui. .i r ('' w - 'V A RACE FOR WEALTH. The New Gold District Still Absorbs the Attention of Prospectors. A half a dozen prospectors returned last night from tho new gold oxcitomont in tho Sulphur Spring Valloy. Tho last stampede for this district went out Tuesday night and early Wednesday morn ing, tle valloy in tho vicinity of tho West Wells resomblcd tho pictures recently published of tho rush to Oklahoma. Men on foot and on horsoback vied with each other in getting tho choicest locations. Two mon from Turvuois on horses rode all day long locating as rapidly as possible on tho course of this big ledge. Frank Englc tho original discoverer of tho ledgo barely reached tho ground in time to got a location for himself. Tho location of the claims is about ten miles south of tho Pierco mine, and tho ledgo crops out fifty feet in tho air and runs along tho low hills which rise up out of tho Tho quartz is a hard closo grain, honey comb in places and carrying much iron. It is quito similar to tho Dos Cabezas quartz on tho big ledge. It has been crossed and recrossed by prospectors and cowboys, but no ono over had sufliciont iaith in its value to got it assayed until Mr. Engle camo across it. From tho Pierco camp, tho original find which caused tho stampede, tho usual good reports aro brought, Tho adjoining claim owned by Tomlinson, Garrot and Welsh is proving to bo a good second to its parent. Somo very rich oro is being tak en out, which assays way up in both gold and silver. Some of tho rock is covered with horn silver, and tho owners feel much elated over thoir good fortune Prospec tor. DUNCAN. It has been very windy hero tho post weok, but warm. Alfalfa and wheat looks fine; ono can now see it grow. Wm. Church, president of tho Detroit Copper Co. passed through hero last wook on his way to Denver. Pedro" Michclena "done us up" last weok. Wo learn of rich strikes being mado in tho Carlislo district almost daily. Mr. Child has not yet returned but is looked for daily. Mr. Bachrach left for Now York last Monday. Mr. Noah Green, of Solomonvillo was in town last weok. Mr. Ward returned from Fair-bank Saturday. Ho camo through in a buggy in threo days and visited tho round-up besides. Joe Terril and family mado a flying trip to town last Tuesday. .airs. Terrol oxpects to leave lor Colorado Springs, Col. about tho middlo of April to spend tho summer. Joe will bo in town often er then. A. J. Smith is hauling a car load of coal to Carlislo this weok. Work on tho big ditch is progressing right along, having about ono mile and a quarter completed at this writing. Thoy oxpett to havo tho ditch finished in timo to got in a crop this year. Pedro Salcido, of Moronci, passed through town on tho train, southward bound, last Saturday. John Kiof, of tho firm of Ward & Courtney, is in San Francisco on business for tho firm. Mr. Shocklcy was down Saturday on business connected with tho Alabama mino. C. Schwery, of Carlislo, spent Saturday in town. Mrs. W. S. Gray, daughter of Capt. Black, received a telegram from Wilcox that her husband died last Saturday. His death was very unexpected, as ho was to havo visited his wife to-day. Mr. Hanson, a powder dealer from San Francisco, wont to Car lisle last Tuesday; he oxpects to sell a largo amount of powder at that camp. Mr. West, of Carlisle, got in a car load of coal this, week for blacksmithing purposes. Mr. James Logan has left Dun can, going to El Paso to livo. Dr. Jlillcr, tho first doctor tho Arizona uoppor company ovorj: went to Chiton to visit Saturday last, and returned Mon day, ROing to ins homo a.t. K Joso, Cal. M. Duncan, April 3d, 1895 0jCTLlTJXCUIINO'xk M. E. Cnuncii, Rev. D. jRonr.nTs Pastor Sisrvico hold cvew. snh. bath moining and bath' 'oolajlO, a.m'T fli illfiptit crXssrfTSrvico "--- - - oyorw okly Hurrah!!! $1,750 JlVEb BY THE GUARDIAN acii Year in County Printing. Anti-Election Pledges Made More Than Good Bead! Bead! Head! Pursuant to an advertisement published in tho Graham County Bulletin calling for bids tor county printing, which read that sealed proposals will be received until 10 o'clock, Monday, April 5th, but which should have read Monday, April 1st, or Friday April 5th, tho Guardian deposited its bid with tho clerk of tho board on Monday, April 1st, but on account of tho blunder it was necessary to have tho mutual consent of tho managerof the Guardian and tho manager of the Jiulletin, tho only bidders for the work, in order for tho board to open the bids on tho 1st. The bids wero opened and read by tho clerk, which are printed low, also the Bulletins bid for 1894 BID Ot THE GUARDIAN. Printing delinquent per inch tax list, whole JNo. in sertions. $00.48. Pub. notices of reward, bids, election proclamations, &c. 1st insertion .28 Each subsequent ins. .18 Pub. proceedings' Board of Supervisors .14 1-2 Pub. list of persons tho valuation of whoso property has been ad. to by Board, 1st ins. .28 Each subsequent ins. .18 Pub. list of property hold bythorritory, 1st insertion. .28 Each subsequent ins. .18 Printing great per name ister .12 Printing letter hds por 1000 and furnishing stock 4.75 Printing envelopes, No. 6, and furnishing stock' 3.75 Printing envelopes, No. 10, and furnishing stock 5.50 Printing tax receipts 10.00 " poll " " 0.00 " road " " , 0.00 Printing notices by road overseer 6.00 Printing 14 legal per 100 blanks 2.40 Printing 1-2 legal blanks 2.90 BID OP THE BULLETIN: Printing delinquent 1895 1894 tax list, first per inch tion 00.10 Each subsequent ins. .07 Printing delinquent tax list, whole No. ins. 1.98 Pub. notices of bids, election proclamations, &c. 1st insertion .10 .67 1-2 Each subsequent ins. .04 .45 Pub. proceedings of Board Supervisors .01 .54 Pub. list oi" persons tho valuation of whoso property has been ad. to by too Board, 1st insertion .10 .67 1-2 Ecach subsequent ins .04 .45 Pub. list ot property held by territory, 1st insertion .10 .07 1-2 Each subsequent ins. .04 .45 Printing great per name stor .61-4 .25 Printing letter hds. 1000 and' furnishing stock Printing envelopes No. 6, and furnishing stock 4.50 Printing envelopes No. 10, and furnishing stock 3.45 8.00 Pnntingtax receipts 5.30 18.00 -" . poll J' 3.24 n.oo I,", joad ii V: 3.24 f li.oo "J& iroadWttfeifo Print" ESTABLISHED IB Printim? 1-2 shccfcriL. lcral blanks. 1st 100 X24 Each subsequcnt'100 J .80 After the bids had been roac request of John "J. Birdno, board decided to tako no acti tho matter until the afternoon; sion. Whon tho board -. -i o ?!! 2,,vw,.ti. - H. Bonnett introduced alBesd tion recommending that thodve tising bo given to the GuAtoli according to their bid, and tfe jo printing bo given to tho jffU according to their "ftlmicl brought J. M. McCollum, ol baHJoaj to his feot. Ho tc44. tho hgfff that ho was council forMr. in tho matter, and also stJtfctflU very pompous manner that" board is a legal body which had created by statute, and becauco Bulletin is the lowest bidder tho oldest paper in tho county, contract should bo awarded to District Attorney Jones sti that ho had always it was tho duty of tho districf, torney to act as legal advisoj tho board, and not somo outi Ho advised tho board that thej not compelled to award a eg to tho lowest authority tho action jfj in 1890, when thojmttflJSp en tho county printing al&oi tho Clarion was a responsiblS I der and also much lower. He cited to the fact thattho f!i was indicted by tho grand j tiryi their action, and that in. tMrif of tho case Judgo Sloan decid that tho boardhadviqlatjjola byhjygAM'nT'ffiat itpWWSl prerogative to act as thj dib5K; A vote was then tak on resolution which resulted in CH man Iill and Supervisor Ha voting against and Supefgsor I nett voting for tho resolaMon. Aftor tho resolution ld h disposed of Mr. Birdno lljr cscri to tho board anagrcoment ' which tho Guardian projp3$ do tho advertising at tho a&mcra as tho Bulletin's bid, on wliich $ board took no action. ?t A "comparison of the two'bids5? tho Bulletin will show a saving at least $1,750.00, which nov would haVo been made had not t' Guardian camo JhtornsrswawjaT cording t6 tho pledge raadV District Attorney Jonesjfe! tho campaign. Stf After Jjm hoanUuwHMpfli. the printing contract Mr. "Mc, lum started for Safford, and bejj very sick at tho stomach o'uf way ho seemed to bo too fu5 tho Bulletin by hard AtcrkJQL over, ho managed to keep it dgj but it was a bitter dose. 9 Solomonvllle ItumTUlnM, w i Deputy Sheriffs Parks of CM and Davis of Moronco woro do! Tuesday and Wednesday. 1 Capt Black and Rufus Jonel Duncan camo down fromfDuni Monday having in custodyjIgna& Ruiz and Lusino Sfihowho wv arraigned before Justn35PsJ Monday evening on a charge cattle rustling. Tho prooi.discll cd that thoy had slaughtered, Sunday, a ycarlingcalf tho prop crtyofMr. Jones and thoy were both held to await tho action of th Grand Jury. Tho oftttle men in th vicinity oiVJJuncan aro earnest!; pushing tho prosecuMWftho caj in their anxiety to break u if practices of those who aro proL upon their herds. H! James Gillespie has purchase. forty acres of land from I. E. Sol, omon lying threo quarters west oi Solomonvillc. Somo persons art beginning to suspect that Jim con templates going into housekeeping business shortly. V J esse Hayes was up from Pinv Thursday on business connecte with tho assessor's official duff! and interviewed tho Board of Sff ervisors. ? Miss Alice Bugbee,, sister of Cv Bugbeo of Bowio, is now visithigi tho Jiisses Evelyn and Rosa Sol-R omon; tho trio of vouncr ladios atl companiod by Mr. Solomon visited! Clifton this weok. I There was a largo crowd of iny tercsted spectators before tho Boa; f supervisors Monday to wi ' the letting of the The general expression t of gratification at tho irnnMny saving to tho county, andfcompl. ments to iho work of tho Guardian were universal. , '' ,A Graveyard Ajg !Ai.JU.:JS.ijiircn peoploipfjSaftor luuuumu yard tion, Jsr Offer itm arSf wm tjr m sheet jiMSBr