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Arizona SiiwEK Belt
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vyte, 11 Owody. Arizjpi. Thursday, June 2?, 1878.
Qobe, - - - 433$on
'i'&fefilfe OF SUBSOIlli
Single eap poc annum
m, 1 .10
Bates of advising given upon
Attorney at Law.
Glolm GiSy - Arison.
Will practice in H the court t th
A. ?. SWIFT,
Attorney and (inwnwior at Law,
And Xotaoar JFpfeHc,
Speeial ttt?tiii iye jo Miming Claims
Giob City, Piiwl bounty, A. T.
JWuIWS W, VAX SMTCHK
Attorney at Law,
McMillftivillp. Maricopa Co. A T.
Will practice in all of the courts
of the Territory.
G. II. OUItX,
Attorney at Law
Flcrbhos, A. T.
JK. H. . XHATCI05K,
Gtobe City Arizona
Xaite Surgeon IT. S. Nary.)
S S A Y E 'B.
Globe Oity, A. T.
Oivil Eugmer mtl Surveyor,
U. S.BeBt. Miaei-al Snxviyor
OfBcnt Judge Swxaey's 1 Hews Dto.
Brourt street Globe Oity Arizona.
A6AYR AND i&TALLtJRGaST,
Takes charge ot everything: eonaected
with meUuricl enterprises. Kreccion
ot reduction wwk-s. working haae ore by
rir" nan maramHtion a snecinltT. Ore
tests sys, &c.
I fV ' - - . w
LODG-ESG 50 cents
GI OBE 01TT4 ARIZONA
Leaves Globe City every Thursday
for MoMiUenville, immediately after
the arrival of the western mail,, and
returns to Globe the following Sy.
Stf T. KEKLtt.
JAS. H. ZOOBROJDTf,
Globe ty, - A- T
O rm amen t a 1
Work pripmptly done to order on assart
notice xor cash.
g. a. wasbs:,
Justice of the peace, Hotary Pubfic,
Coniinissioner of Deeds &: all the
Pacini? States and Terrteie.
Offers Ms ervices to Buyers and 'ap f iys
of mines and to joateis and o,wMrs
ho wiai to proooro pten'te to fiieirt
clairasi $o to flioee "santiug deeds, oon
tracts, 35ahs powejr.fittorht' nplm bfilsj
letters or ini5trumu? of uljy !kjnd in
writio and f or the vSki'f oajJ
and affixations and taking of aonowM
edgetnents. V wul always be found ml
his office at the j?jojieer News Bapot.
Broaij3trxlobe $t$, A. i?.
JKY v , , , ;
Constantly on hand.
Cj Brotf nnd Msfifltc gts.,
GLOBS GITY, - - - - A.T.
Jim" sets 'era up fer the .hoys in
oTetj styie known to the professions
Keeps;fck Bar ooantly, applied
Assmree tiiQse $ho faor jhini wth
j $wr jmtranC feiHa'tt; Me.
Take a trfp Jlrough the pIob;e"
and be conviiiQcd- j 4-tf
F. B. Knox, Wm. Mc.
IjNOX & McHELi
Ceraer Broadwy RHtl P osii
GLOBBGITY, 1 T.
Keep constantly on baud an(jf for
Buie the finest
to bo found m th Territory.
a mR&-ph4s& - .
B I L L I AH D T AB L
" 1 v
a! Cinl Room ttqlied-
The latest putMfottlM and hid
Xittee aou stan try pii iiud jir ipe-l
oominodutioit oT outouii'r& ftnf ,t0
r- - - -, -a
0r Bar is eontanGly sun)la.d.pii
Liquors aiA 0gai?.
Attached, oofl .aecoinodatiwns.
amm and tobacco
Seutii Brod Btraet, Globe.
rs, Zella Johnson
lKiaexlsitt joy in a frEgrant
.oiar, and Jo vara of ta VTeafl. pan De
ttpdieet- th tiie vary baet at this
Muin Btrdet, iHobe City, A. rJ?.
JwDRUn tly pii hn?j ad fur huIb
ffoesji Brmd, OaJej
P1BS, &C &0.
(3. Ifzcms, (Prop.
4.11 kinds of biacksmithmg done in
the best style at the shortett notice.
SKO&PtO A SPECIALITY
Macinnary ot all kindft, rapitlred prompt
ly for aSii
The nndersignfid lias opened a
Beer & Liiach H.ousje
BJIOAD STftBJST, GLOBK, Aj T;
Beer will only be sold by the bot
tle and (juart.
The beat will be provided nnjd the
will be suok as to suit ail palates.
gSF Give me a call.
. J. J. V-QSB031GII,
4xloc, A. tf
Fosfetogli & Klein,
Broad Street, i
TOBA CO AX CIGAltiT;
' - - - ' v .
- JkOOTRS AND PROSPBOTORS
Ri ding and Pack Saddles,
- - B(.us,ting and Vuifijwi'
feoWDJSR, POWDER, POWDER,
iSfetjr Fuse, Mating Impiettren,?:
A' Diy oqds, Clothing, Boo"
j am shoes, Hats, Oaps
A RiiWA KK,'
w?n. xirtr $ oitli before pffrejil
iig eisewhru. xftTi
Out o' Luck.
?osed by the wave of relentless fate
iNo shelter m sight bo home.
$fo friend, no foe, no kin, lio mate
I know not love, I know not hate;
A stranger on Earth I roam.
With the past forgot, and mem'ry
p,nd the future to dark to see
plowing not, oaring not where I'm
i ' led, !
Baffled and baaten, I stragglealiead,
3?iil fortune shall cease to iioe.
SBeffer to fall in the fighfe for gold
WslhQ effort and haat of the chaser
Better the Dserft nw bonis snould
pThan to plsd through life and in
wantgrow ojtl' .
11 win or Pii die in the race.
P. O. B
Froirt the Enterprise.
Jaok Dalton plead guilty to the
charge of horse staalinK and ivaa sen
ton cad to one year in the penitentia
The Kit Carton and Silyer 3?lake
mines in Big Bug district have been
aold for $25,000.
A continuance in the eases of J.
Chapman and Henry R. Curtis in
dicted for murder has been denied.
Trial set for July 28d.
The shiwnent of bullion made by
Wells, Farffo & Go. daring the
inontn. of May, amounted to the sum
of $70,000, of which 260,000 was
mjver and $10,000 wa gold.
A number of Zuni Indians have
become members of the church of
the Latter Day Saints.
Hewes. shot by LedJen at the Ver
de, is much improved and it is toougfit
he may recover.
The appointment of General Fre
mont as (jrovernor of Arjsona was
made at the spttottaticn of Htwork
friends, as a provision for his poou-
AImjrtaittLaiid Office Eulr
ASHmcKTON, D. C, April 15, '78.
Referring to your letter of the 21st
ult., I have to state that a mining
claim must bo located m accordance
.5jith the local laws and Congression
al enactments, and the amount of ex
penditure required by local laws must
be actually made upon the claim to
entitle the party claiming the same
iq holil it. The Congressional enact
ment requires that not less than the
amount therein specmea must oe
placed upon the claim annually. It
lis only where parties comply with the
local laws and the uongi'essiona
enactments that they can legally
olainf; mining land.
' Very respeotf uILy your ob't serv't ,
J. A. Williamson, Commissioner.
They have in Hart county, Ken
tucky, a man by the name of Willi
am Bowman, who wag thrown away
jufthe Apalaohe mountains, North
.Carolina, when an miant and was
found by an old bear and adopted as
a cub. At the age of about ten years
was captured, tied hand and foot,
and then his captors found that he
could not talk, nor could he be
suaded to take auy food but milk
,which he sucked from a bottle, show
ing that he had lived solely by the
nursing of tne bear. Bowman is
now a farmer near Omega, and any
one doubting the truth of this state
ment can have it verified by seeing
The war in the Island of Cuba is
finished. The insurrection is entire
ly at an end. Vicente Garcia will
leave the Island for St. Thomas. jYL
insurgents m the Eastern depart
ment have laid down their arms.
'JSeneralllartinez Campos is expect-
ed at Havana in a few days, when
peace yill be ofiicialiy proclaimed.
'n a i , i .. ...I
A late San Francisco paper s&vs:
uThe bark B. F. Watson arrived? at
this n'ort yesterday with a eareo of
auetweeu ouvRitu uu u&tnamen. rne
ffnrt lj oVin n : - miJ"
AJceamc, wlivcti arriyed from Hong-
kpng on Wednesday evening, bj-'pught
niyhTriiMtt ma a bom f raw . " -V?ri
Edison's Last and Beat Invention.
The Cincinnati Saturday Night
gives an interesting account of one
of Edison's inventions, thus: "Im
bibing a mint iulep in the saloon ad
joining, a brilhant idea flashed thro?
his brain, and before he left the
place he invented an instrument that
is likely to revolutionize the entire
saloon business. It is a raack'ne so
constructed that when a parson who J
,..1 .1. u .1
nasjust oeen partaKing or some spir
ituous beverage breathes into it, the
action of his breath upon a peculi
arly prepared substance (also the in
vention of 3fcr. Edkcm),made to re-
tvolve slowjT. bv me&as of asmalU
crank, makes suoh an impression that
by aain applying the dips and turn
ing the crank the other way, the ef
fects of the drink can bo reproduced
as many times as desired, no matter
how great a length of time may have
elapsed. A man provided with one
of these instruments could prepare
himself with cocktails for a long
journey, simply tor the price of one
drink. Edison chnstdHed. it the
"toddygrapb." Of course the sa
loons will fight against it bitterly, as
it must inevitably destroy the busi
ness of ninety-June out of a hundred
of them. A person can mix his
drinks just to suit himself, and then
stock his toddygraph with a supply
of ditterent beverages sufhcient to
last him a life-time. And when he
has drank himself to death with it,
his children can bring the instrument
out occasionally, and revive temdar
recollections of their parent bqpurn-
mg the crank and getting a whis of
the old man's bream."
A FUNNY DISCOVERY.
An Englisman made the new sil
ver dollar, and some observing per
son with a good deal of time on his
hands, says of that curious eoin: 4 'By
turning the com top side down, and
covering the base of the neck with
the fingers, and allowing the
chin and lips to show, it makes a
comnjete old English king, crown and
all. he Jewish nee is feo be notic
ed plainly. Also, the hair at the
bauK of the nock forms a lion's head
if held under the fingers in same po
sition." As England is the mother
country, the coin is thus a happy hit.
There are those, however. su22est3
the Louisville Courier Journal, who
will look upon it as a bad omen.
The Port Philip and Colonial Gold
M. Co., crushfri, daring the montli
of January, ,581 tons of ore and
treated SO tons of iron pyrites, which
produced 1646 ozs. 18 dwts, 12 grs.
of gold- value of production, J3,711
2s, 10d.; profit, 782 10s. 8d.,
yielding therefore a net pront of only
about one dollar per ton. This is in
Australia a flourishing mine, while
our mine ownors would consider it a
very poor investment. However, the
Australians go on the principal that
half a loaf is better than none, and
if our Arizona miners would once
come to the same way of thinking,
there would be hundreds of mines cj
enct) that are now lying idle. Ari
zona Star. z
An exchange says: "New York
women who esabroiden all day do not
make over 3 a week" The best
per-i3011 -at eoum oe aseignea ror
building another trans-contoneafeal
men a chance to go west and south,
marry and if industrious raise a large
and interesting family, and perhaps
a future president" More women in
the west are aosoiftteiy pwea xor.
Globe, alone, will provide fifty hus
bands for as many women as the
class referred to, in a week after
their arrival. -
The day is not far distant when
the housewifo will glance into the
woodshed, and, finding the husband
has gone off without splitting the
daily allowance of fuel, will take
down the phoaograph, howl into it a
volley of epithets that will register
160 pounds pressure to the square
inch on the safety eauge, and then
call out to hoc boy: "Here, John,
m down town and grind that out td
your darned lazy old father, and S9$
that ypij. turn Ihe orank lively, too."
The reports of the Pope's failing
health and contemplated abdication
Thomas Winans the Baltimore
millknaire, has gone dQW-n.toi.duBlx
General Butler is the noblest-stijad-dlerof
them all, remarks. thef Mm
York Tribune. He c&ucuses with
one party and votes with the other
President Hayes is openly charged
with tampering with witnesses, pre
vious to their testifying before the
Wm. and A. "Wait Anderson sail'r
ed from Boston on the 7th for Hvre
m a boat 19 feet long and 6 feei 4
mohes beam, provisioned for sixty
Fifty million dollars was. the sum
Seoor Robeson spent for repaKS-alone
on the navy which now has. less, than
a score of ships fit for use. and half
of these of little account.
The Democrats of Oregon claim
the election of Governor and. a ma
jority of the legislature, conserfaent-
iy a u. o. Democratic senator and,
one congressman, and perhaps two..
The Chicago Times says: BenJBut-
ler is the tail of the Investigating
Committee; but it must net oh for
gotten that the intelfigenoe, enter
prise and ability of a hornet are in
A Bishop of the Church of Eng
land, recently died in Canada, at the
age of 119 years. He was the fath
er of eleven children, eight of whom
were born at four births. One of his
daughters also has, had two pair of
Dr. J. B. Lawrence, Treasurer of
Mohave county, is published as a de
faulter. He has surrendered proper
ty valued at $2,589.67, but is still in
arrears $2,589.77. His bondsmen,
are looked tc to ork over the. l&tter
The Southern Pacific Railroad
Company continue to put up" 'build
ings here; a dwelling house atid store
room has just been completed. n$ar
the depot, and a fine car-repair shop
is nearly finished close by the round
house. Yuma Sentinel.
The Sentinel announces the arriv
al at Yuma, for L. J. Webster of
this place, on the 8th, of 27 mdse.,
(packages, we presume). On the
11th for Vosburgh & Kline 68 gro
ceries, 2 oil; on the 18in for Dr.
Vail 17 drags.
The Cincinnati Gazette says
cat would not be convicted of a mid
night brawl upon the testimony of
such a man as McLm." Yes Hayes
holds his seat by virtue of McLm's
testimony, remarks the Detroit Free
This is the same MoLin whom
Hayes appointed to a judg3hip in
New Mexico and whom a Republican
senate refused to confirm for the rea
son that he stank in the nostrils of
It is not strictly consistent for the
friends of Secretary Sherman to as
sert, first, that he did not write the
interesting letter to Anderson, and
Weber attributed to him; and.second,
that there is nothing in the letter to
be ashamed of, anyhow. It brings
up the case of the woman who was
sued for borrowing and not returning
a wash tub. Her answer was, fijjiS',
that she never borrowed the utensil ;
second, that the hoops were all off of
it, and it was of no account.
There is no good will between
Prussia and France or Rome, bui the
recent attack on the emperr of Ger
many has caused such general alatrn
that the French government oiffess to
discover Nobling's Frenoh cores
pondents amHhe pope has d:ed
insteucvions to be sent to the Catho
lic clergy of Germany to do all in
their power to arrest the spread of
Socialist ideas. The wouqde'd em
peror is thoroughly alarms at the
repeated amgtrio Mpm,
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