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Gkfee, Pkal County. Arizona. - Tlmrsday, June 205 1878.
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Published Bvjsr? Tihirsdat,
Ufe - - - Arizona.
HACKNEY & MORBSB&D,
tkk or subscription
JBinrfs c 5)v ntr annum - 4 .00
, , - -
jffcatas of &rertwg given upon
Wil! nraetioe ill all the OOUfW 1 Ulh
A. G. SWIFT,
Attorney ami Counselor at Law,
Afl STetary JPsbllc,
Special attention given to Alining Claims.
G'.ob C3ty, Pianl rkwuty, a. T.
Attorney at Law
Will practice in all of the courts
of she Territory.
A to r a ay at L h w
"Flcrkngb, A. T
Globe Oivy......... Arte
(Late Snmmi U. . Haw.)
J3. O. J5.ENX3BOT,
S S A Y S
Globe Oity, A, T.
A. G. FBN3I.ELOJi
iv4i Engineer and SiiTeyor,
ir..iS. J)ept. Mnersl Suryr.
.pifee xt. Judjje Sway's Jfews Depot
Takes charge tit everything con
redm:tkm warts working base ore by
pun rolgainatiB a speciaity. Ora
lusts Hssavs, &c. m0
GI OBB CITY, ARIZOKA
Leaves (xlobe .Oity eyery (Dlwrsday
for Meitilienyie, immaiB,tety after
aTxival of the western mail, and
rikrns to Globe the f ollowing day.
Si W, T. KEKLER.
JAS. H. ZOUBRODTH,
(p-raotio jiZ (PcuuribeT.
Globe City, - - A. T.
Wock promptly done to order on short
no&ee for cash.
G. A. WASBY,
JubUcq of the paoe, Rotary Pabiic,
Goramissioner of Deeds fox all the
Pacifixj States andamtoriea.
Oilfjrt? hia services to Buyer .nnd se lors
of mines, and to ioeatoiB and ownars
tdio "'wsh to procure pHtt to Jthfeir
olsims; ah to Ihwe wanting deads, con-
ixsfih Hens power of &ttortiy noses Wllsi
lettbrs or instruments of Any jsiod l
writing fr vwltlcxtlott of patba
;ukI sSrm&tions and taking of ckaowI-
y hi way iw iou jn
Gity, A. T.
. BmtiGip.1 MFD mm
Red am lay
G LOSK CITY,
0,r, Bcptttl and quite Sis.,
GLOBS CITY, - - - - A.
ivJim': st6 'ein up mx the boys in
amy styte kitowu to she profession,
Keeps Bar pAttt6ttt,iitly supplied
-h fehs et brands of
OJLG Af SAHg LLQUGRS,
iures 1068 who jfacr him with
their patronage, the Iteat in his line.
ke f tirip through the J Globe"
tin be Qcwinoed. 4-tf
F. B. Knox, Kelly
KNOX & McfiJ&LLY,
Corner .BroaT(riy and IP.asli Sts.
globe crry. T.
on huirtl anil loi
8He the finHt
to be found iti the Tlftqr'.
-A IltlT-OLASl "
BI L LIAH J) f ABJiE,
Also Club lioawi aUacHcd.
oouuiioriUcu of auetoini'rr
..J 4 1
Jean So i&mfs
(Jlobe City, :rAi85ona.
Our Botr s.con?tantly supneita
Jhe ohohsestt brands of ' V
.attached. Goyd aCQomodatiecs.
CIGAR AND TOBACCO
Soush Broad Street, Globe
,M?-Si ZeUcu JohrtaojiK:,
Thatfe8 oxquisic joy In fragrant
oigar, mi. lovers of tkl Woad mn bn
syppiifed wish the my bast at tfajs
Main Street, Giobo Oifcy, A, .
Jn8td.ntly p hand and fi)r aalft
Fresh Bread, Oafces,
Alt kinrU of blacksmithmg done in
, die best styie at the shortest notice.
SBOiii VG A SPGGIAUTY
MadtiiMsrv o all kind,
y lr cash
The undersigned has opened a
Beer & Luncb House
'3ROAD STREKT, GLOBIS, A T;
Beer ivill only be sold by the bot
tle aud quart.
The beat will be provided and the
will be such as to suit all palates.
Give m a call.
Globe, A T.
esburgli & Me!L3
. Broad Street, &
Globe - - Arizoaa.
Dealers in , '
JJIBEKS AjSTD I'HOSPEOTOUS
Rj ding and Pack S ard d Le s,
Blasting and Vulcan
ttfety Pusu, Mining IfepleinenEfv
liry iiomls, Ulothiug,
.llti chruua 17 a f3 Hans
WMVVW. AAOFWf WflTJLW
H A R D W A R 111.
Special? indncwo,t8 to 0sh Bey
Written for the Silver Belt.
Ece Yard Where the Four of Us
BY D. ROBB.
3Tws a little spot
-I remember it
A little fc,pot of ground
And a piekat fence encircled it
With bop-vinee twining around;
And a, little nook where -tyfruseJ to sis
In the lilaos kindly shade.
But merit frries af e all tMtf ttl'efrta'e'
Of the yard where the four of ua
I hear not my mo Cher's gentle voice,
Hor tie qresfc of Harold rapkiug ohair
And sorrow lias doua-hke o'er-shad-owed
;Qoea fre from all trouble ;and care ;
I hear ni?t the tones of my Other's
In tike silent dmt he is laid:
km ehangad Bidaett must tlje; aspectN-J3ut the crowning glory is of the
Of the yard whtre the fotir of us
AH have left that hallowed ojd spot
And no innocent childish song
Go,es up to the heaven we learned to
From the beam of that lit Je throng.
No girlhood's dreams, no boyhood's
No air-easties there are made,
No, nothing bmt gloominess, dreari
in tne vara wuere tne rour at us
Be tender, oh, memory, and show me
As they looked m the long, long ago,
When the days wen? all bright, and
our hearts were free
From life's bitterest heritage vroe.
For the hop-vines are withered, the
Ji& w (itd,
And we o'er the coid world have
And the ghosts of dead joys are the
Of the yard where the four of us
Hash has been abused more than
any other legitimate nourishment,
and it is well oic to stand it. Th
Duke of Wellington used to call hash
What 'is left over from tne fight
yesterday." The Baron Rpthchiids
said of hash, "It has no pedigree."
Tally, the Roman or .itor, speaks thus
beautifully aud comprehensively:
11 Hash has done m on j to advance the
human race than any other kind of
mixed food." Socrates, the dvine
philosopher, said of hash. "It is an
end wathout means." Mark Twain,
the inimitable, cads it jnvfsteijV
Nasby, the Confederate autocrat of
the Crossroads, informs us that hash
'Ls like faith -the gub8uiees of
things hoped for, and tie evidence of
thm not seen." ThomasBenton,
orty years ago, in agreat political
Upeoch made in Louisville, Ky., de
clared that Hasii is the true cireu
lating medium Genial jacksdn,
the author of "By the eiernjtl!" pro
nounced nash to oe "The tight bow
er of Eeouorcy." George Washing
ton, the father of us all, and the
guardian of the little a&e, in One of
his festive moments, spnke of hush
as vThe landlady's besiold." Josb
Billings says: "Hash is a great fer
tilizer; and though I often-have seen
hash that I had my doubts about, I
ate it manfully, and I still live."
Thomas Nast, the irrepressible man
nf hidden meanings, in a -drawing
prepared for toe last Vienna jiixposi-
tipji, represented ha?h asf a hydra
headed monster, in which nork, roos-
ter, stripau bass, sneep, roast beet,
pickled clams, celery, cold potatoes,
broken napkin rings, oraiige peel,
bent hairpins, and many other con
tributions, were in battle array.
A Labor-saving journal, announ
ces that "inarble urns are now turn
ed and polished by machinery.'5 Cor
rect, p'erjiaps; but it is certain that
vhimatid tmsc' are got up m the
old. manual way.
The repeal of tlw
Dt. law S
will go into dfeg sptemfiei lt. '
From the Sts?.
The telephone is now in complete
working order in Tucson.
The Buena Vista mine, located in
the Arivaoa district, the property of
Edwards & Brown, has been sold to
San Francisco parties. The present
owners will commence work on the
olaim as soon as their arrangements
can be perfected, and as assays show
a rich lode, we expect to hear a good
report. f .
exewement grows over tae vastness
and richness of tfau Tomb Stone dis
trict. The Gird niefi are showing
immense bodies of ore. The repre
sentatives of Haggm &. Tevi8 here
are more than pleased with their pur-
ohase, we menttoneci last week, and
the .$90,000 they paid for the mines
they say is like purchasing a $20 gold
coin with a bit. $ bey ar prepared
A to ouy ail such mines, at the same
j figures, they an awure.
Grand Central." It is a parfeot
bonarisa of metal, as an expert re
ported last week who returned from
the mine. There is 256G0Q in
sight in carbonate of silver disinteg
rated from the main ledge.
A severe disase bus made its ap
pearance amongst the cattle of our
aeigh boring ranches; as yet it seams
to be confined to the north and west
of town, Messrs. Iiuelas and Romero
having .suffered quite heavy loase:
through it. On the ranch of the
forme: alone over thirty head of
calves and yoarlings have already ;
died anr the disease is spreading
gradually. No particular symptoms
have been discovered; the cattle when
released from the corral in the morn
ing take their accustomed road to the
pasture; those attacked by the dis
ease very soon hu? behind, lie down
and die. I Jklr. Jnelft. who ; petted
sovoral of the ctlpr iinwwl lately af
ter death, discovered that th Bosh of
the hind part of the body was almost
completely blak, puffed up and hu i
altogether the appear.ince of a hver
about entering a state f pntref Acnoo
from which he concludes that the dis -
ease is evidently one of the blod,
causing the death of the eattle is
soon as it roaches the vital part. The
disease apneers to have been brought
from Sonora where it has prevade.1
for some time. A family at Altar
is reported seriously unwell in con -
sequence or navmc: eaten of the meat
itiaa nwrht to L-pph Fnl .th
0. . T,
or tue meat stalls, some ot whieiL
ance, cause disasters of a gmve na -
tare or evm death, by disposing of
meat from cattle
attacked by the
An Old. Newspaper
There has lately been discovered
in the library of the University' of
Heideflberg a copy of a newspaper
which proves to be the oldest period
ical or winch there is now any certain
knowledge. Ifcas a quarto volume
bearing the date 100O, and is sup
posed to have been printed by John
Larolui of Strasburg. The paper
was issued weekly each number
consisting of two sheets. W It was
mainly occupied with letters irom
correspondent in adjoining states.
which were contributed regoiarly. It
is interesting to note the hitters from
Vienna ware about eight days on the
route, from Venice 14 to 1? dy&,
from Rome 21 days. When the mat
ter contained in the letters, together
with th news retailed at secon f-hand
failed to fill the sheet, the remain
ing spitoe was left blank.
Postmaster-General Kjiy haying
paid his assessment to assist in mak
ing the next house of Representatives
Republican steps out as a Democrat.
Key's apostasy is but anothor evi
dence that no man is withqut his
price, and that even the greatest are
as readily bought as sheep at the
shambles. Had not Key been ap
pointed Postmaster-General ice ionid
atill be a mouthing Democrat and
not as he is no a blatant Republi
can. Qaery. What will thxenne8-
iiiyi DpimfMirimr nw thxsiV.nfi' th nir v&-
joW oo&borer, David H. $t
Items Prom the Enterprise.
IT. S. Grand Jury found tw m
di(ii,ment3 against Uurtis and Chap
man, fbr murder at theerde..
Dr. JL,Atkin8on, arrived here re
cently, from Southern Arizona where
he. found a deposit of turquoise, of
which he thinks a great deal.
It is said that John Young, third
son of the late Briham Young, will
soon locate in Arizona and become
head Bishoo of the Mocmon Gknrck
Sn this Territory.
1 Messrs. Campbell & arkep of the
Clipper saw-mill, say fclkt their mill
is averaging 10,000 feet of lumber
daily. It i situated o fikssayam
pa creek, tn a large body of Ine tim
ber. The Idflg agony is over. Judge
Garner, this afternoon, decided that
tha Peek Compautr failed to maketh
Uourt see that the iiay-lJan penplt
fwok toroibie possession ox the Azt-
Geo. Monrqe, eharged with being
in the. stage robbery business, waiv
ed an1 examinaticrrt and goes hefor
the guund jWy. H is now dufc on
bail, the, magistrate hanng fixed the
amounfe at $5,000, which was readily
Colonel Morelarid arrived from the
mine, Bradskaw dfetnet, last
evening. Mine looKmg reraareaoiy
well.. Emily iifteen feet of pay ore
in north drift. C. B, Geujing had
arrivetl with tne hoisting machinery,
blowtr. etc. Rumor says that a mill
will soon oe uii ihe ground.
A letter from a friend at Wieken
har. ii sf or ins as that Bill Smith5
; workmen had past struck a rich body
of ore in the Vulture? mine, and that
Smith's 10-siamp mill was shipping
in the neighborhood of $i,000 worth
of gold, every week.
The axamiuauen in-ha case of
Jack Swilling, charged wiih rohbiag
the stage, etc., w;ts omnleted on
Satir.laf night, and tae defendant
riisoharsed: the Coart holding that
;he evt lance wa ianaifinient to hold
, htm to annear before the Grand Jwrv.
Tlie cose of the Trrittu-v against
n u-ties will come on as soon as
lt CH1"be m.tde couvenitmt.
; mL m . j
, i " u " - v j "
Jr9 f? 1 fir!
5fl?ft .of totai v of
! , , 1T1. y "t, J
I dueed suna ol IQQO m roined
I bullion. Dhis is only a showing which
lit be made from many of our
mnfd judgment Was exer
!,seu m mwr ""y
McMillenvillb tLL. The case
jof Tidell vs. Van Slyck, et als..
was tried before Judge Hancock yes
terday. The suit was brought to re
cover possession of a quarts mill at
McMillenvillo claimed, to be unkw
fully held. The jury Eoundvdefend
ants guilty. Notkse of ifppaal given.
Salt River Herald.
The Cimarron (N New3 and
Press says the nam wfju Junta.
Colorado . has been cmuigec to that
of Otero, hr honor of Miguel Otero,
the president of the railroad compa
ny frim that town to Trinidad.
Joh,n G- Saxe, the poet author.
hit? hefiti eojou ruing ib El Morfr.
Andreas Gpnaales trin. we learn
frqsji, th Me?Ila News, will loid at
Eprt Garland, Cel., with freight for
Fort Sowie and other forj&s tn Ariso
na. How, many of those racently en
gaged in decorating the gr&Tes of
soldiers give a thought to the grass
grown mounds that cover the remains
of their fathers and moshecs? Sacb
fealty to the memory of strangers
does not look well while forgetting
the veneration due to progenitors.
The firt Honorary Cbmmiseioner
to prejanj lipef ii$sris ent all
the wafidm'Ariaprni ana his name
is Tenner. 3
A man wlio drinks nothing bus
tea is, of course, a teetotaler.