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GLOBE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY,. OCTOBER. "3,'
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Attoraev at Law
yUpraelide.tnwdl Uie-Courktif thenar- J
rifey. Mining itjgtlon specialty. 17 J
Attorney at Lajy.
Will practise ia the Courts of the Territory.
GhjbeJllnal un, Arisen.
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Attorney aM Ckrusato5P- t-
atttf Saitury PttWic,
, GfePIlQUiity,0ina "
Special a4&iJQU glvan to 'mining claims.
m JTi. p. iGOOOWUf,'
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Attorney at Law,
McMillan, Msricop Co., Arizona.
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F. SXA2?B0BD. L. C HtJGICRS,
STANFOltP & IIUGJOUES,
Attorneys at Lw,
ITiL pisetic In a the CO!$( of the Tr-
ritry. iipuii aijenaoji .iw gifraw
Samnles sent to Otikralo. or left uith Mr.
WiteoH at itorrill, Kdhier &,Qo. Witt hie
promptly iittendod .to, and oorxoot jesuit
iniaranteed 1 'T
aFr singto ash-try,.fe; s&aV rates
for airy number over. 14
Physieitin and Surgeon,
Calls proiaptlytttfended ip, day or night.
A. G. JPJBXDZiETOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,,
U. JS. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
Office ai Jiif fct cp S wxzBy' Kvvs Depot,
Main Street, Gltfbo, Arftolfa.
Just'ce of the Peace, Notary Public,
Commissioner pf . Deeds er ail rthe
Pacific tttts and Territorks,
Globe. Arizona. ,
Qffcro hie ser4ti to btryerrnd sellenr of j
nnaes, and to locators and owiieas who tcis
to preizre patents to their claims ; slso to
those wanting daeds, cottrrytetltens, powers
of attorney, now, ,biHs, fetors, or instru
ments of xny kfoc ra wriUnjg and for the
veri 15 cation -of iwrthe and affirmation, and
talcing- of acknowledgements. He will
always be found fa his office at the i'ionecr
News Depot, on Jawa street.
J AS. VL ZODBEODTH,
(Jlobie, Ai izoajii.
- Graining, Frescoing, Kalaomiaing, Sign
snd Oriu.niiantal"Isiiniin. TVo0if promptly
done lor exeti. '
J). (?, Ienedith, Prtrtetor.
Main Street, nest door to Weaver's Bakery,
Ail kinds of biackinithuig done hi the
best style at the shortest notice.
Guns. Pistols, an,vl
Machinery repaired pramptij' for csb. 11
G. Biirns, Proprietor.
All. kinds of MaitofflHing jdn on the
; Main. Street,
James Hamilton, Proprietor.
".Tim" ants nm un for the bow in -ovary
atgrlo known ito jttomjirQfeailon, and jjcaops Jhj
bur constantly minjifiod with awfctibmUs
tnrongh tlie e?o" ani uo-coimnoea. 2
5 E. Kkox. AVm. atoi?ELir?4Cfli tKnros of aotstfele pluces in Arj-
KNOX & Mc&ttLT,
Cor. Maia and Push Stroafc, .(Jlo Arizona.
Keap constantly on huifl snd for jalo-the
Wmas, Liquors sd QigsiPs,
to be found in the Territory . a first class
BiHtard Table and Qhsb BtQqm J
attaohod. The latoflt pateiMoate -Ani
nesuonsteatlT on ltimdlfortiheaoeoHaiTia
tion of eustomeos wid .tiie nuliBc srflnflnil?vy-
Liquors and Cigftrs.
FRSD 3CBDLER & CO., I'ropriotorj,
Keeps constantly on hand and for sale at
wholesale and retail the best kind of
which they offer to citizens of this town and
vicinity at the lowest prices; also a
Braach of this Brewery at McMillen,
for the accommodation of all who wish to
imbibe. ' X s
Sfeavfeg. & Hajr Brass
mg Saloon, ,
; . Jdgin StreofcGlob. Argssona:
The underaijrned harine; onaua
nsaned saloon aakn the p&tronage o
'ohds and the public trenerallv
d fieycfitl.yows experioncc in the
j Carefully Cempoandod J
ArkoH wool is worth 12c to liSc
in Saai Frs-noisGO.
fei A umJer- of good brick btiildingtj
ivro being erected in PLoanix.
Prosoott has contributed liberally
to a fuad for tke yallow fever suf
ferers ia the south.
Joseph Pfaj, Phoenix, has been
4ijpomfcad a Deputy U. Marshal.
A good apjioiutmettt.
mill runoiog actd
JtolfoMKik,, tha pUot0griher, is iu
UPhoaaix. Ee ha sotue walljr batmu-
orh 'or sio.
i TUo cooimwiitliiig officer at Cuinn
f'iMawns is to be hold respoiusibie for
Mie iaspectioR of supplies furnish ad
Lihn aim us. on the Sun Curios res or-
;forty pounds tof irfei'niiidise in f ouiii-
ttound packjje&, mo&tly for Tucson,
Lyas received at Yuma on the 11th sf
The bullion shipments through
Turaa for the vreex ending Septem
ber lSth amounted to $79,728 IS.
The Silver King shipped 53,000 of
San Fnwicbco mountain in this
Territor' is the second highest peak
i the United States, being about
14,000 feet hjgb, St. Elias is the
highest, being 17,000 feet.
rh public free School at Prescott
has an average duilr attendance of
f80 pupils, rhe school has three
uepartraents and mue grades, ihree
resuiar teacuai-s and an instructor m
music are em ployed -
Cocoplaints,come to us by our ex
changes JProtn all parts of the Ter
ritory, in regard to our miserable
mail facilities. Cheap cojotrxstors
and negligent postmasters are the
cause of many good cm sens breaking
the fifth commandment.
The new owners of the' Vulture
mine are suryyiu Eaa king prep-
tarat;ori6 to vroik jfcisame on a grand
Crtle. It is c: o).non of experts
dfai the vulture inme has not even
been scratched over, and that it is the
biggest thing in America.
Kerens A Griffith, who operate the
stage line between lumaaud Tucson,
had ten ell-bodied, thirfeen-pas-
senger coaches shipped from Concord,
IS. H., August 12th. They are nicely
uphoisured throughout and will be
the best ever brought to Arizona.
Uudwr date of August 28ih, the
ifecretary of War informs General
'Wilicox, coiatnander of the depart
ment of AriWna, that the mail sched
ule from Fort Worth, Texas, to Fort
Yuma, has been expedited so that
the running time wilj be 13 instead
of 17 da vs.
Yavapai and Mohave counties
ippet? during the mouth of August
to San Francisco, 160,000 in bul
lion. The San Fraueiseo papers do
llDt make much of a blow about the
iii.'reaed bullion shipments from
Arizona; but our mines talk for
inemselves, and are bound to take the
front rank amoug all other mining
properties on the Pacific Coast.
The iivrs that Tiptop stock had
Sous .do.i to an almost nominal
erm $an Francisco has had the
ct tJ excite the men employed at
the mine, who ought to know more
ajjout its future prospects than any
Jt).6liy else, that tney have telegraphed
toi.Cn Fiftuciseo -to buy 3,000
snares the supern.teudent takes 1
1660 &e other employees take
Tom Waters, a saloon-keeper at
te Pcc-m.gj and Murphy, a uwnor,
became inyolvod in a dispute relative
to an ejauitaiJble division of some
money ifephy ligd won t poksr th'6
tiidbi - before. Waters has staked
ucphy Mid Aiofc bting ble to agrae
on a aivieo, turnsa loose on ecn
'oilier vrftfi sk-ihooters. Waters
lidded thehotdfr? irhyu
f wer arresjed.
iarBtKcott Mirier of the 19th
fMmT Golden Star mill, near
vfi creeh, will be ready to &&rt up
11)1 XfflLIffl ilt r t. f IflHlil I till
L&iifet. the, mill is .nraniAg stendily on
,rph.o.reV and tho . djiilr fioin comes
inptp ibo.ui,$l,8Q0. At Bradshuw
the mines, ate yisltlme Ffilendid ore,
ant! the: people of that section feel
juMantover the prospect of str-sn'
lia'ymg to or three quartz mills fn
2yjscoAtrnct or carrying n daily
mail tliefewoen Yuma and San Diego,
$ak, h&s rccently b(n' let to a firm
that iijaiids ip put a steam wftgon on
.theKoiite-r-100 miles of it being
hppjost engwafe'liHi' bwH -ptr
ckasfl as.jrt!)e mtm -power. The
wsijgjQXi ilt Ifiave two driving-wheels
ofi. 8ji&rifcrt diameter aad twelye
infhjividth of tire. Tke whole ap
pari3S; wilL weigh about 2,00tt
pgHlitls,w.!kn supplied with fuel and
wajK-andvTaifjly fgv business. It is
intended t& nmkean average speed of
eight or ton miAog m hour, earrymg
SyrSix persons i!d a -molerate
Koight of baggage and mails. It
wJtf5P5sume boufc ten gallons of !
j3S3igi pi&Qnr.. Ont man wiH man
age the locomotive, and it is exDected
that it mil or running" by the irst of
As To Stockings.
From ih Ome&uwti Commercial.
"The riskiest business in America.
torskji" M:. Berwick, 4tis tho
4r-y goods business, and he most un-
stab (part of the dry goods business
is jjtrilie line of stduwgt. 1 never
sa-w my thing like it. The caprice
of Amftt'iean women concerning stock
ings is something almost surpassing
bejfcf, TVo men have within the
iast month been' sent back to the
United Stales from Chemnitz raving
lunatics, driven insane by fluctuations
in taste hi the stocking demand at
I thoug-'it the statement wa3 a joke,
"It's strict truth Pm telling you,
aatl nooncetKe. I dont know how
Mehlonger Pii hold out. My whole
exiGice is one elongated hose, i
oat, steep, drink, and think of stock
' We vc got stock 1 ngs
brant,' said Mr. White.
4i0u toe orain! I should think so,"
replied Hr. Berwick. ' Between the
top f my noe and the roof of my
head I've got 25,000 dozen of stock
ings packed away. I used to be able
to put the whole subject out of my
mind oa the Sabbath ; now the church
I attend is luil of stockings. I am
oadarrag during the sermon what
the parStiiat taste of every owe in
the congregation concernmg stock
ings Jiot excepting the minister and
his wife and faroi'y. 'Jlhe very pulpit
is hang with stock nigs.'
1 - A porpctuul : Chrwinias. "
"fcjanta Caus is better off than I
am, foav'aX lenst he doesn't have to
furnish people with stockings."
"What is it exactly that causes
you this great anxiety 1" I inquired.
"The constant fear of having
twenty or thirty thousand dozen g
jeiisive Itockyrigs thrown en
hands, "filaii slJOck, to be sold at Wty
cents on tl djdlar of bat it costs
us, through the crack-brained notion
of some few so-called leaders of
lasrhloju. 'Why, one noted lady m a
town- ne alone has it in her power
tjjge thelstyfeus in stockings' 1
the space of twenty-four hours. Mrs.
Jones or Mrs. Smith can walk into a
&tore, ask to look at the stockings,
be shown the greatest novelties, and
if the bulk of the stockings happen to
be red ih& has but to say, Oh, red
mar jnrrfitT,,t--. imfaiali a i i rka
That's eirouffh. From that moment
we have t'qr'seiae people by the-throat
and vmaul chi?m to tt them to tike..a
A'euKtiow it, and ci-y if then?
mothQi's, tempted by the lower price,
want to buy the unfa?hionabie color
claimed clfe exoitetl hosiery merohajis.
"Dreadful! radui! ItbeayiBaSi
"I infer from your remarks thit
American women, as purchasers are
somewlroqapriHct!Citti.?' " 5
"They aro the most capricious, the
most extravaajitt ?wmen tiiat God
lets live," continued be. "1 can't
an-inch in width of strip fs siiSicieftfc.;
to rum a whole invoice Of fine hoagry,
as soiling goooW. Stewart Was bit
Ithis way recently. They bid 20,000
dozen hose witk a stripe that was pro
aiouOcod a litelo $00 narrower little
-tooiwide, I forget which, and they
Irud tCaell-the Thole lot at less thsn
half coat prJee iu Burop. Ad tHev
kwerd diffioult to-get nd of even at
'; Orfille Ocn?t tltc.
Prom tk ? ,
0rvfV$ ' Grant, brother Of x-Prei-
dc-nt Srunt, was taken to the io3o
asylum at ilorni PJaiaa, N, J.r tr.
Uay. ApRcatiou for: hia adeiii
as a. private, patient was made last
Monday. The atep has been undar
consideration for some time. Nothing
was known publicly till he was ar-
rcatea on xuesay evening,
mends gay that his reason has beanf
gradually g'mng way since hfl as-
plied for the trading poet on the
Missouri He always contended thau
his political associates robbed mm, of
tho emoluments of that oinco, ami he
afterward plunged into sptMiktioii.
vlieh he moved to Eliztibeth, N. J. ,
with his fumily, it was behened he
was financially embarrassed. He re
ceived assistance From his relatives
His residence is in tha .uiost aristo
cratic porfcton of Elizabeth. His
brother-in-law, A. B. Oorbipi, of
Black Friday fame, lives on th op
posite comer. Last pacetnber, Qr
ville Grant went to California to took
after supposed milling i u teres w. He
was a second Col. teUi-s, and im
agined he saw millions in everything
he touched. He took nn interest in
calf-skins, and talked incessantly
about his business projects and spec
ulations in his family circle. He
would not listen to the entreaties of
his wife to be cautious, and threat
ened a corner in calf-skins, purchas
ing then at 50c and selling them at
-i a piece, lie was tor buy 300,000.
He" then thought of pmnos, and ne-
S15" UK LmmV "u
tess iu his personal appearance. On
his return from Boston last Friday,
the;iltf &iXU ne negotiated for a mil
lion sewing machines at $6 50 each,
and that be would complete all his
project within two weeks. The fam
ily physician, Dr. Morton, was mi
once consulted. Last Saturday, Or
viile Grant came to New York, and
attended general horse auctions, mak
ing extra vu gent bids ftr several pur
chases. Luit Thursday, Orville prom
ised to return to Elizabeth by an early
train, and it was deter lomed to arrest
him at the station. x.s the train ar
rived at the depot, Constable Douvan
was stationed at one end of the plat
form, and Officer Deploy in the mid
dle. Orvilie Grant jumpo! from the
first car and walked toward the officers
at a brisk step. He was shabbily
dressed, and was rushing past the
restaurant, when Officer Depiey tap
ped him on the shoulder and said :
"You are my prisoner, sir " Grant
leughed id replied;- fc4AU right;
please order a earringB for us." Hb
papew wore shown, and the officer
led Grant by. tht coat to a carnage,
iii Ae presoptc of a crowd of two
hundred persons. As, Grant ap
proached iKe carriage le refused to
obiter, 'aud the crowif became iemon
sfcrativel Finalfy he emered the car
riage, one officer taking a seat yitB
ir UriveK Whet theparty reached
tH$s 0lt 1d praut iras
pacMl ihh nerf' rootp. The
ifca&on for Gpuit15! reuibval was
anjd fie reall it wUh' com-
tisMice. Grahii was' tfieu 0r
itrek aad; key.' &&L Harri
sent for. and with the iaifora so
r . yr r . 1 73
tition bemg meaW. Qft yester-
itohiT; JlwF at an opak
tfeKpen up to tm
mm ' H 'to th drivmtb
otttoo afflua ; u ten jou,
inye aloui?: or T'iviff bu obi vdux
wlele arrangement and' knock ydj
tone of a DOSttiOn. jcle shook hffi
Ifgto ntM'. crowd 'MpBS
and a carriage was called, $m
.omcora uroro urrani. away, un mo
waj pa tu asyrura, urant related thewiMvha:auortff tyJ.k'Wliei
pd:s fairVtariWy at tbefchalk mark or
iage af 17, aad hor h!e had Ibsfe all
Lais preprjp.mthe Chicago fire., -9
spoe or .ms political position m
Missoari -antL-of his- specuiatioua.
After referring to the nnroliaae af
ihorses in New York, ha said 1
look upa this ride, gentlemeji?t as; a
huge jafee, and I-: shall return 5with
you to Blizabeoht Wih a busliloss
maa lile inyselflioweYer, you are.
carrying it too far." Mr. and Bte?,
Cor bin aad Grant's son met the party
Mfc the asyitiM, shoos hands
The doctoESvSaTt is aganaale
A Pr Ota isiag Bride.
ya. Ifiga Hansoiij a jftorwojgaa
wtma, of tkm city, is without dgubt
dfie ef tha . niarv.eis of the age. If
had lival in the day of the ojd
o,,.. mnt,a ,r.u n
Spartan mothers she would, not only
hate been accorded, during herlije,
a high place among the people.' tmt
on. hw demise have -been etavafed
among the gods, but in these dais,
when theeriplurai injunction feoueli
mg a replortishmont of the earckjs
more observed iq the breach tha'aaa
the ufiUcieat,she will simply e-e-garded
as a very extraordaary
woman. The lady is bright, Mqcbii
ing. and qufta attractive, and ms
just rounded lutr thirty -aighth year.
Notwithstanding her oemparatraiy
few years, she is the mother ox tlo
less than twenty children, and if
prepecure inatriinonial relations
prove auspicious, there is a possibil
ity that she may still increase her
sti'ing. Un Friday she appeared bk
fore tha window at the county claims
office, arrayed in her boe,t, and leak
ing like a young damsel just abaut to
venture on. the matrimonial ssp. for
the first' time, and her companion,
Mr. CbrfA- Brown, blandly asked
f$s a license to a$law the iadad
himself, u cwmi , legally uwiiad.
When her first hashyftil shufflejy
rtrtl kaiI Rnft fliiT not aktR.
but she kindly expiained.thet dujrjn
, i 'f.t cL'Lj a JL
her married Ufa she, had hud twins on
four different occasions, and on other
occasions the remaining twelve that
made up her small family had come
into life one vt a time. Mr. Brwn
looks like an able-bodied maixaiid,
as he ventures into married life for
the iii st time, the prolabilities are
incalculable. He certainly has an
intereur.g family an his hands and,
as the inference was drawn from who
she stated that all .her children, are
alive, it is probable that he will be
obliged in course of time to rest a
good-si zed hotel in order to accom
modate the family. Both seamed
pleased with each other, and bjr this
time he i pWbafcly .'Mkftd up to as
a father bjj.t owners o&focty eyes.
VYhat an experience foj a man ! Will
he survire the rrying. ordeal ?
The Oommissioner of Patent? rer
fesos to fesue a certificate on a chalk
mark. A ohalk mirk P the rdwler
wi;U exeiaim; "and .pray, what ea.n
Strong and his wife, Kate M Sciipig,
tt Tajfcd, Gfal , "illege th
draw a ring with k k8 of wtllc
around ajf given number ef Ipte,
tr are ifpgrisoned f pit- c..n; gat
out. The amts: wiH tavi jar
cuit, bu forscme imQwfQd eon
bav4e no 'power Jsoftel th. iie.
Now, irt- th pPSlifds1 df?iiy
cottiiirje Awlgsrf ?iu are v
noessan' to aray a
the aaphoards 1 to 'keep tlie;m dfi".
a for .muardiacavcsy they mute ap
Ji$atioL fpr JqarpQ: m the
saoner dr the Patejtt. DibM was
amtr&d m neypM api-
it." 1'he btronss W9 m
fcsatuMied mm- tnis aoao?v and)uwfi:
Kmrjmrwa so mm put waeiiier tm
their appeal in the GrfeflBut Go
!eiMntM Sa4e&f.W pjt