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fm Mk f ft. ..1 -v AAM 1H & t&A fallow Hollar of tazs imfM&u (i tf; f"fc3 r. A. .. i&'j VOL. 1. NO. 20. SAF1TORD, GRAHAM COUNTY, ARIZONA, JULY 19, 1895. ESTABLISHED 1895 ss P tt sJHBKL.1 i&Ite Gfctmrfcian Official Directory Graham County Dunlap LkoislvtukK lieo. Skinner, Joseph Fish Board or Si-run isors Henrj Hill, Chairman, Clirion F, W. Has, Member, Fort Oram A. 11. ltennett, Member, Saflbrd. II. U Smith, fieri, BiixKirr Arthur A. Wight, Solomonllte 1 fr.flWr.K'n III......, T . Q. !. II I .vwwi.(. iuruuci invu, m'luiui'uwiu. ,Trta8urkr rranV Dysart. Solomomlllo. C UtSTPtCT Clunk B. B. Adams, Folormnnllle Dist. Aity. "A Ilfy K. Jones, Solomon llle I'roniTB Jidoe Oco. Cluff, Solomon llle. burial or Samuel Logan, bolomoin llle. 'Assessor I'edro Mlehelena, Solomonvllle G. Y, 6. & N- RAILROAD, TIME TABLE: Jtftwrrn HOmi'aud 1 OUT THOMAS TaVlug ctfeit Ma) 31st, at 1,00 p. m. No. 1. No. a. L Fort Thomas g , Ar.5 40.pm l. Mathemn llle t.. Lv 5 09 pm Ar .rimaj H pm h Ar.4 25 pm I.T .Central :.. Lv 4 14 pm L Thatcher t Lv I 01. pm Ar SaQord ! Lv.3 50. pm L Ar 3 SO pm Ar J Solomon 2. V Lv.3 10 pm Ia Ar.2 65 pm Lv Kail N Kauch Lv 2 25 pm Lv Big Wind Mill . Lv 2 11 pm L Malta) 'a Wells t Lv 2 00 pm L O. V. O. A N. ys. ) Lv 1 10 pm Ar .Bowie . Lv 1 00. pm v Mountain Time 1 rains Nos. 1 and 2 run dally except Sunday, connecting with Southern Pacific It. It. at Howie ibr all points east and went, and with Lay ton's 'stage line at FoTt 1 nomas for SaiCarlos, Globe City and Tonto Basin. Stations hae no agents t Telegraph Matlous The Comptny resene the right to arj this schedule as ma) require WW. (IAUI. IM, President. Arizona and N. M. Railway, -)o(- TIME TABLE: s S g Timetable s No- n jjo 6 Jan. 1. 1893 a il Going South No 1 12 00 m tLds'burgt 10 20 am 00 pm Summit f 9 20am i200 pm Ar Duncan r 820am I 2 10 d m I,v Duncan: 8 10 am 2Kpm t Sheld n 7 45 am 2 i m T Yorks 7 38am 3 Ou'pm tCoronado 7 25am 3 25 pm fOuthrie 7 10 am 3 S3 pm fs Siding fi 45am 4 00 pm T n Elding 6 40 am 4 30 p m Ar Clifton 6 15 am Trains run dally except Sunday Stop on Signal t Leavo t Arrive. Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix RAILWAY CO. Time TAle IVo. 11- Iii Effect June 18, 1805. Mountain Time ia Standard Used. SOUTHWARD. NORTHWARD. r.oilTNo.3 STATIONS. No. 4 No 32 Ivd ..Ash Fork,, ar I245p 740p ItocV Ilutte 11 55 6 40 Cedar Ulade 11 30 6 10 Del Rio 11 00 530 Jerome Junction 10 40 6 10 9 55 400 h" 1,rescott ar 9 41 3 10 Iron Springs 9 17 2 40 8 30 1 25 f J d Sxull Vallc) 8 10 lOOp Kirtland 7 50 12 40 , Grand View . 7 28 12 15 . Hillside 7 JO 11 55 Cottonwood f. 45 11 30 Martinez 630 11 10 Congress 6 15 10 50 . llarqua llala. 5 55 10 10 ..W lekcnbury 5 30 0 40 Vulture. 5 05 9 10 Hot Springs Junction 4 50 50 lleardslev . . 122 8 18 Marinette 4 05 765 ,1'eorla 3 67 7 45 Ulcndale. 8 47 725 Alhambra 3 35 7 00 ar .phenlx. lv 3 20al 645 PROFESSIONAL. JJENTI8TKY. Dr. M. E. Brenner, Dentist. .BAFFOKD, ARIZONA Has finished his no office and Is prepared to female good false plates from $10 00 up. Teeth positively exiraciea wiinoui pain. OmcE Hours; 9 to 12 a.m. 2 to 4 p.m. IJXiAL. ri. feMff. B. Fonda, Justice of the Frace, 6AFFORD. ARIZONA Special attention given to collections Water rights bqught and sold. Draws deeds, contracts and all kinds of legal papers. Titles examined and abstracts furnished. Barnes & Martin, Law Offices TUCSON, ARIZONA ; Wiley E. Jones, District Attorney, (.OT.OMONVILLE. - ARIZONA rracttces In all Federal and Territorial Courts iF. L B. Goodwin, Attorney at Ijw. cni.OMONVH.LE. . ARIZONA & Practices In all Federal and Territorial Courts, E. J. Edwards, Attorney at Law, GLOBE, ARIZONA Attends the District Court of Graham County and practices in an toe iuurt. u aiuuuh. tf 1 IB. U()uu) Attorney at Law. CLIFTON. - ARIZONA, "C Office In the Arltona Copper Co's Building west .Mnnf the river. Jos. H; Lines, Justice of the Peace PIMA, - ARIZONA Conveyancing don and all' kinds of legal pa pcrs drawn. PHYSICIANS. Dr., LE. WlghtMn, ,Physlc4a and Surgeon.. ' ipMt day aad LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK, Items of Local Interest Gathered by Reporters on their Hounds. D0IN0S IN AND ABOUT TOWN Ilreezy Little Notes of General Interest Picked up Here and There. Wheat is now -worth 81.35. A full lino of Millincrv Stock at T. T. Hunter.s. Frank Morey, of Fort Thomas is spontling the week in the city. If you want n good suit of cloth n 0 to J. T. Owens. Dr. Brenner is enlarging and making muneioits improvements in his office. J. T. Owens keeps the finest line of shoes in town. 4-20 tf There will ho 17 instruments in the Fort Grant brand to furnish nnisie at I'ima on the 24th. Tho Athletics will have a practice game of ball at Pima row. Tho people of Thatcher are pre paring for a grand time on the 24th. See tho program in another column. The train struck and killed a stoor at Central one day last week. It is believed to have been owned by J. N. Porter. Reserved seat tickets for the theatro next Tucsdany niglil are on salo at Fonda's store. Mrs. Geo. Stratton of San Carlos is visiting Dr. Porter and family where she will remain for about three weeks. J. N. Keasley informs us that it is his intentiop to purchaso a new plaininc mill and start a first-class cabinet shop in Safford. 50 cents for reserved scats, 25 c. general admission and 15 cents for children aro the prices of admis sion to the theatro next Tuesday night. Tho committee for the 24th at Pima, in anticipation of an im menso crowd, have made arrangements to eivo two dances, one in Nnltal's hall and ono in East's hall. In another column will be found Aloxandcr Bros, now advertise ment. Give them a call and con vince yourselves mat tnis nrm will sell you goods at the very low prices advortised. Tho tug of war to come off bo tweon Pima and Fort Thomas, on account of part of the Thomas team being away from homo, has been abandoned and arrangements have boon mado to have tho match come off botween Pima and Safford. I can cure you of tho tobaccc habit for $2.50. I guarantee No- To-Bao to cure you. Call at my storo and buy $2.50 worth and if it does not cure you I will relund tho money, if you follow my directions. J. T. Owens. Tho Loo Bros, loaded about 250 head of cattlo on tho cars at the Safford stock yards vesterday, to bo shipped to Trinadad, Cal. The salo was mado to Mr. Gillispie a brother of William A. Gillispie. Tho cattlo wcro thoroughly inspected before being loaded by In spector John JJIako. Among tho Broakers is the title of tho play to bo presented "by the Safford dramatic company next Tuesday night. It is a good play and should bo woll attended as this is tho first effort in this direction over mado by home talent in Safford. Tho play has boen well re hearsed and will no doubt bo pro sentcd in a crcdiblo manner. "TnE board of supervisors havo been in session since Monday ,and havo transacted considerable busi ness. Minutes ot proceedings appear olsewhoro in this issue. The now county classification act was discussed in all its phases, and the officers found that the board sympathized with them in their view of tho law, which needless to say is not a favorable ono. Tho salaries wcro allowed at tho old figures, with tho understanding that tho difforence be refunded if tho Court sustains tho now law. Flagstaff Democrat. A county officer should follow tho law as jio finds it. It is a violation of his oath of office not to support tho law which he has sworn to maintain and given bonds to do so. Thero can bo no apology offered for an official who attempts to set himself up as a Supreme Court and pass upon tho validity of legislative acts. A law is always a law until tho Suprome Court declares it not to bo such. a Tho Board of Supervisors of Coco nino should retire and no longer attempt -to set as)itho s.Supremo r raw u?u r.j Court? A MYSTERIOUS CAVERN. niscoveied on White IUver and Parti) -Other Notes. Our correspondent at Eden sends the following: A mysteiious cave on White eight miles from Camp Apache Arizona, was found by John Mp Murren and others. They visited the cave on Julv tth and explored it. For six hundred feet of the dis tance explored thoy were obliged to crawl, using candles and bull's eye lanterns for lights. Thoy found between 300 and 400 human skeletons, indicating tho remains of.persons who Itad perhaps been smothered to death by smoke long years ago, as some of them wcro in crevices just large enough to admit a human body. Tho skeletons are of various si.es, some being very small. Tho skulls are of a blown color with the exception of a few that are white. The bones indicato a largo people but theio is nothing to reveal to the visitor tho tribe- to which thoy had belonged. The White Mountain Apaches au vary superstitious about the cave and 'say that within it there is a large lake of water. The visitors found no water but intend to oxploro it further. Thero aie but two ways of entering it. David Birdno has been busy here the last week with his header liaresting grain for the people. Eden was blessed with a line rain. Quito a number had commenced cutting their hay but when the rain come they concluded to wait awhile. IMinliitr NotfH. II. iS". Chlarson of Thatchei left n beautiful ore specimen at the Guardian office this week, taken from the Red Chief mine of tho Lone Star district. It weighs 275 pounds and the ledge from where it came assayed six ounces in silver, seven dollars in gold and 47 per cent copper. 3Ir. Chlarson is tho president of the Graham Co. Mining and Smelting company recently organized. Thoy havo erected the first house of that district and are timbering tho Red Chief as they progress with there work. Thoy own quite a group of fine mines and intend erecting smelting works soon on tho north side of the Gila River opposite Safford. Such an enterprise will be a welcome addition to our increasing industries. County officers are naturally most anxious as to tho decision of the county classification case before tho supreme court last weok, which went up from this court. If the decision of Judge Bethuno is upheld the case will go to the U. S. supreme court. That is right. Tho thing should be killed, as we beleivo yet it will be. In a free republic tho law making power should not rest with ono, lone solitary individual Sulphur Valley News. Bro. Pugh please come off your perch. You really ma4ce us tired. The law ought to stand and you know it. W. M. Adams, president and general manager of the Arizona marble and Stone Mfg Co. is in the valley on business connected with his company. Mr. Adams called at the Guardian office and displayed soven spocimines of different kinds of marble taken from their quary 20 miles from Tucson. This quary is supposed to bo the largest in the United States and is capable of an exceedingly high polish. The production of a first class marble in Arizona is no longor a venture as this company can furnish a superior quality of almost any color of the rain-bow in any quantity or design required. In the midst of a mountain pile of job work and getting out tho news papor tho Guardian force havo been very bus this week getting out a forty page brief of District Attorney Jones to bo filed with the supremo court in support of the classification law. The lecent copious rains have replenished tho Gila, and there will be no further trouble about water in this valley during the remainder of tho season. 'IMia mining lnlvnafa np r.nt..iivi A. Il ........If. ...!. V.I..3 A VJI A.WI..I1I County are last proving to be one of the most important futures of our extensive resources. Goo. Campbell of Safford has gone to Bisbeo whore ho has secured employment in tho Copper Qucon mines. OJtOAN roil SALE. A good Lyon Allealy Organ for salo choap. Apply at this office. NOTICE. The United States Land Laws read' that all Land Notices must bofpublished in tho paper nearest tho land.. .11". ' ;-. ' . SJ ? fr t M. PROGRAMME: i - yPornirpg Sxercises ?? 9 a. m. - Grand Parade Pioneers entering Utah, Mormon Batallion 10:.'!0. Literary exercises, including speeches on the entrance of tho Pioneers into Salt Lake, the services rendered by tho Mormon Batallion, recitations, song, Ac, also an original song by Prof. P. II. McBride 2:00 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 1.00 p. m. 4:15 p. m. 4:30 p. m. 4:45 p. m. 5.30 p. m. 8:30 p. m. Ifternoon , . - Base Sprint lace, Fred Webb Frco for all sprint raco prizes tor 1st and 2nd. - - Free for all girl's Match horse race. ?100 a side Fiec for all saddle horso race. Liboial 1st and 2d prizes Grand display of fire woiks on the public square Grand ball at night. Music by the Ft. Grant Orchestra PROGRAMME 8:80 a. m. Assembling on the Academy grounds. Prest W. I). Johnson, Marshal of the Day. 9.00 a. m. A procession will bo formed and take place, in the following order, lead by the band, standard bearer, Goddess of Liberty and representatives of the original Thirteen Colonies. Second. Mormon Batallion, headed by Prest C. Layton. Third. Utah Pioneers of 1847, lead by Bp. S. Claridgc. Fourth. "The Union," 23 young ladies and 24 boys. Fifth. "To-Day," represented by 12 young men and 12 young ladies. Sixth. Societies. Snnda School; Belief Society. Young Men's and Young Ladies Mutual Improvement and Pri mary Associations. Tho President of each society will furnish a banner with the name and date of organization on each . 10:30 a. m. A literary program, consisting of songs, speeches, recita tions, etc. The Thatcher band will furnish music during tho day. v The afternoon will be devoted to horse racing, foot racing, sack racing boxing match, etc. Thotday's exercises will close with a grand ball in the evening. TERRITORIAL. Clipped and Condensed From Late Exchanges. PASSING EVENTS OF THE WEEK Happenings Throughout the Territory Kdlted With the Scissors. A few days ago the governor pa-rolled several convicts in tho penitentiary, upon recommendation. Their liberation was conditional they were not to violate any laws nor drink or gamble. They were given a now suit of clothing and a few dollars to start anew. Thoy celebrated indepondenco day in Yuma by getting uproarously drunk, and as a result were taken up again and once more placed in stripes and thrown into prison to servo their original sentence Epiatph. -M- J. W. Dorrington, president, in obedience to a petition of members of tho Arizona press association, has issued a call for a special meeting of the association to bo hold at Phenix July 20th to consider tho action of the meeting of some members of the association held in Prescott July 5th indorsing tho administration of.Governor Hughes and passing a resolution opposing his removal. The association does not want politics mixed with its affairs. Tho meoting of tho 20th is expoctod to be stormy and exciting. Star. -)o(- Tho supreme'eourt of Missouri has handed down an opinion declaring unconstitutional tho law which forbids the discharge of of corporations for refusal to sever their connection with labor organizations. Tho court holds the law to bo a species of class legislation which discriminates against then Mesa Free Press. -M-Hon. David Southwick has a number of men at work on bio gold claim at Music Mountain taking out rich gold ore, and will have it worked at the mill of tho Gold Mining Company. As soon as largo reduction works aro erected in Music Mountain, Mr. Southwick will bo among tho milhonares of the world. Mohave Co. Miner. CHURUH NOTES. M. E. Church, Rf.v. D. Roberts, Pastor Service held every Sabbath morning and evening. Sabbath school at 10 a. ra. Class meoting after morning's service every other Sunday. Weekly prayer mooting on Thursday at 7 p. m. IS! ORGAN rOK SALE. A good Lyon & Hcaly Organ fo salo cheap. Apply at this office. ; ? PIMA, JULY 24th, 1805. Sxereises Ball Game, Athletics vs Fort Grant - Tug of War, Pima vs Safford and J. A. McBride Jr. 850 a side for boys under 10 years. Liberal race. Liboial 1st and 2d prize AT THATCHER. A MEXICAN HOLD UP. Particulars of the Late Nacosari Stage Robbery. Arrest and Death of the Presldente of Pronterns, KohertTrlbolett, and Ills Vaqueros, by tht Mexican Authorities. The following is a recent account of the shooting of Robert Tribolett formerly of Arizona, by the Mexican authorities of Sonora. The details are from the Citizen.- James A. Crowley, one of tho Americans who was held up at tho time of tho recent robbery of tho Nacoari stage in Sonora, gives the following particulars of the robber, and the.subscquent arrest and killing of the robbers by the authorities. At Bisbee ho met Edwnrd Woodruff, paymaster of the Nacosari Mining company, who had been to El Paso for money to pay employes at tho mine. They stopped for tho night at tho ranch of Robert an Amorican living wilh'his family about forty miles south" of the custom house, where they wcro made comfortable. That night Tribolett was away and was supposed to be irrigating in his fields. It was the intention of tho party to breakfast at Cochuta, a ranch lower down, and whore a change of animals was to be had, but Tribolett pressed them so hard that theyliad breakfast with him and then drove on. About two miles south on the main road, thoy met a Mexican riding a buckskin horso and holding his head down, apparently as if following a trail. Before reaching them, however, he turned to the left and was soon lost sight of in tho heavy undergrowth of brush through which the road at that point turns, Suddenly after passing tho point whero the horseman had left the road, thoy were fired upon by three men who were close enough to hit them with their guns. As the shots wore apparently Eosely aimed high no one was hit, nt both Woodruff and Crowley jumped to tho ground, tho former to run back up tho road and tho latter to grapple with tho man who stood nearest to him, but the man, who wore a whito mask, jumped back and covered him with his gun and made him hold up his hands. In the meantimo the frightened team had whilelcd around and was running towaids Cochuta, with tho other two robbers, also wearing masks, in pursuit, and shooting at the driver, who was whipping the team as thoy ran. At this time Orowloy's captoi forced him back into tho brush where ho could hear the shooting but could not sec all that was going on. He however, saw tho man riding the buckskin horso return to tho road and join in tho pursuit. His captor then robbed him of his money, watch and revolver. In the course of about ten or" ffiTocn. minutes tho other two foot robbers . returned which Woodruff had his money. This they cut open and counted its contens, which consisted of SG00O in Mexican paper money and $200 in gold. The robber in command then ordered Crowley killed, bnt this his captor lcfused to do. After a little more parleying the money was placed in the mail sack of the company out of which tho letters had been dumped. The same paity who had ordered Crowley shot then threatened to kill him if he said anything about the affair, and told him he must remain thero till night, when they wouid bring him something to eat. They then disappeared in the brush and shortly afterwards he heard their horses which had been picketed near by, galloping away. As soon as they were fairly gone lie started back for Cochuta, but when he reached the road he found the buckboard with his saddle horso still tied behind. With as little delay as, possible Mr. Crowley mounted his own horse and was about to proceed when he was suddenly stopped by four men who came out of the brush, but fortunatly thoy proved to be vaqueros from the Cochuta ranch which Woodruff had reached and alarmed. Word of the robbery wasthen or mayor at Fronteras a town about ten miles north, and in the direc tion of Tribolctt's in whose dis trict the murder and robbery had been committed. The president, however, instead of appearing in person sent a letter to the foreman of the Cochuta ranch, who refused to take action in the matter. Crowley was summoned before the presidenteof tho town and re quired to make a written statement of the occurrence, also to explain why he brought the dead body of Moreno out of the rronteras district and in to th6 Montezuma with out authority from the officials of the district, such thing being against tho law. In twelve days, by direction of the governor of Sonora, the of Fronleraswas placed under arrest. This was tollowed shortly afterwards by the arrest of his foreman and two other employes. The next morning thoy were taken by Mojor Men dez, commander of the "CJordado" oi district police, out about six miles in the direction of the scene of the iobbery and then shot by the roadside The presidente, who had in the meantime been disgraced from office, was the first one to bo -shot, then came "Diablo," the man who rode the buckskin horse, then one of Tribolett's vaqueros, and lastly Tribolett himself- The fifth was a boy who had turned states evidence and he was told to return to Fronteras and tell what he had seen. The shooting party consisted of four men who stood but a few feet away from their victims. These facts were learned by Mr. Crowley from Major Mandez who further said in relation to Tribolett, that tho latter denied having been present at the robbery, which so, but that the robbery had been concocted at his house and that not only Tribolett but the mayor and a number of prominent citizens of Fronteras were implicated; and those not caught would be gathered in later. Mr. Crowley was also told that his watch and pistol were found in Tribolett's house as was also fifteen hundred dollars of tho stolen money. foreman, the man who robbed Crowley at the time he held him prisoner in tho bush, escaped but was subsequently caught near Oposura and executed, in the presence of the whole town who turned out to see him shot. He offered to make a full confession if given his life, but when this was denied him ho refused to go into details but admitted complicity in tho outrage. Before being killed ho asked the privilege of putting on his which was gianted. He died courageously. Mr. Crowley states that for a time ho was in a precarious position, He had without authority and contrary to law, taken a dead body from one district to another and the. fact that thero were two Americans on the buckboard and that neither of them were killed was looked on suspiciously by both people and authorities and until the matter was thoroughly cleared up he was in constant danger of being killed. Finally the authorities offered him a guard of soldiers but these he refused. He however concluded that it was best to get out of the country and did so. In coming out his party was in constant danger of ambuscade. In Calabassas canyon three armed men were reported in ambush but this canyon was avoided by making a-detour over the hills. JWio authorities are said to have the .-.. v names ot about lorty men who were more- or less imp-robbery ted in tho and as the scattered all over thefeoii oid ar- rest tho da.""" ,-& Vq.7 increased SWINDLED STOKES. Also Caught Other Astute New orkrra. Edwai d S. Stokes r dmUtcd recently that tho report from Chicago that James jAddison of colossal land grant frame, who came to grief in New Mexico the other day, had swindled hint and other New Yorkers was quite true. "Wouldn't," said he, "care to state now much good money I put into that beautiful scheme. I could,however, give you tho names of one or two astute business men who got in for as much ,.as 875,b00 apiece, but I won't My going into the thing came about through RoscocConkling, but not through any fault of his. I intro duced Reavis to Senator Conkling myself. It was a few months Conkling died. The Senator spent three weeks in going over the Peralta claim papers. Then he said to me: Stokes, if tho deeds and documents that this man holds are genuine he has one of the most perfect chains of ovidenco to a title that I have ever seen, and - T would be willing to defend his. claim against the world.-'' That was enough for me. A stock company was formed to prosecute thn. claim and Ingersoll was at on time the presidont of it. "Certainly the idea that tha deeds and documents might have been forged never entered my mind, and oven now, in spite of the decision of the court at Santa Fe and tho auest of Reavis, -it may" turn out that they are genuine." X. Y. World. ' 1Imu HnppeningK, The recent rains did a great deal of good and some damage. There will be a grand celebration bere on the 24th; an excellent-program has been arranged and will be carried out to tho letter. The exercises in the morning will be a parade, representing pioneer scenes, and literary exercises .at tho meeting house. In the after noon thero will be a game of base ball, foot races, horse races, etc. In tho evening thero will be a display of fire-works on the public square anda grand ball at night. Arrangements have been made to have the game of ball come off between the Fort Grant team and the Athletics. Everybody is invited and a good time is insured to all who come. Hunt Bros', distillery has shutdown till cooler weather. Thoy havo now about 1,000 gallons of whiskey in the waro house. Martin & Hunt havo bought back the saw mill which the- sold to Mangram & Webb about ono. year- ago. ajTajvcAjs. The Fourth passed off very quietly here, and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. There was a big picnic on tho grounds where the picnic was held last year, with ice cream, lemonade and fruits of all kinds free, with good music. A grand ball was given at night. There were no drunks during the day or night and the 4th passed off quietly but pleasantly. II. W. Child left lor Colorado last week, expecting to return in about two weeks. A. P. Lobcrg, of Carlisle, is very sick; he is not able to bo out of bod. C. R. Wores is again with us. He is putting a small boiler and engine in his assay plant hero. MissSpillcrs of Clifton called upon our school trustecsdast week. as Grand Ball There will be a grand ball in .Tacobson's Hall, Saflordton Wed nesday evening July 24th. Musi&. will be furnished by the string band and a cordial invitation is extended to all. Command bring your best girl. BIRTHS. Colvin On the 11th inst., to the wifo of Bishop Colvin, of Eden,, a daughter. MLAJRRIKJD. Palmer Curtus At tho residence, of the brido's parents at Eden, on the 9th inst., James Palmer to Jenny Curtis. as Wilson Moore At the residence of Wm. Place, on July 17th 1895, in Safford, by the Rov D. Roberts, Wm. A. Wilson, of Globe, A. T. and Mrs Mamie Moore of this city. Mr andMra". -Wilson will makeGlobe their home for the present, but expect to return to Safford in the noar future. The Guardian extends congratulations to th newly married couple. N0TIC. Notice is hereby given that t havo withdrawn from the firm of J Rollins Brothers, of Pima, no longer bo responsible J.' m .JtA itm r Vv3 V ,"3 ' --. s j : i, 'oSIHsBIK i S9sassW i$9fflpS"pjsjK ' JrajtsfllBDH M 7 ,'14S ,m M 1 f ' "X r . JW A ' Os U f2. S-. , ! fi ' - $ i r. rJS ' ,A V .w sRead thelGuardian;? carrying with thtinilio'Avaliso liffWE"' BSWT" SssA yjfi'iSafJ WJ