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VL. GLOBE, ARIZONA, THTJRS;,QeTOll!, 18Wv . , -:2E
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'jfiffifiBimgatloa specialty, 17
O. iJS. SSOW,
Attorney at Law.
:Glol3te,Bfnal County, Arizona.
A. . SWIFX,
Attoiinef saad.; Counsel ..aj Jjaw
and "Notary Rublic,
Special attentieH ;given to raining: -cWros.
, - - ' j.j :,i3 a.
F. Z" Hi SOOOWIX,
Attorney a t Law,
' ' 4 Globe, Arizona.
.JiU-practiceluall the Courts f the Tor
A t forS'ely'iLaJw, ' "- -;
Flo ronce Arizona.
jrofef5?. - - - ' s . "H. h v- - . " a
-A-ttorney trd3&WY - -McMiHeasricopa.Co.v
."WTiU.nractioe in all the GourtLof the Ter-
L. C. Hughes,
OakYafe6lt)B's)Ia trict, Arizona.
k iSimplaa seat to Oakvale, or lea with Mr.
.-2WUaon at Morrill, .KeUner-& Co.'s, will b
promptly atteaded to, and correct rosults
Psns For single assay, $2; special ratag
for any BUBiber avor.
CaIIs promptly attended to, day or night.
A. f. JPEJET05i",
.0 mHSrigineer inCSuridr,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surreyor.
Justice of . the Peace, Notary -Pubjio,
Commissioner o Deed3 for all the
Pacific States and Territories,
nrm his rrnMlit toT'- sellers of
gjjaes, and to!
wners who wfeh
claims; awo to
tenfieation of oaths and affirmations,
tesiBff or acknowledgements, xie
ftlwaw be fotiBd in his oMct at the Pionoer
sietn xepox, on mam avraeb.
JAS. H. ZOUBEODTH,
Graining, frescoing, Kalsomining, Sfen
and Ornamental Painting. Work promptly
"done for cask.
Kain Street, next door to "Weaver Bakery,
All kinds xt biaoksmithipg one" la She
best style at the ghortest jaotfee.
: Guns, Pistols., and;
-chineryepairedrpUyr aah H
Sharaig & Hair Di;ess
4 u' "Saloon,'
Main Steeet, Glpibe. Arizona.
5ffic undersigned baring openedthe 'oyei
named saloon asks the patronage Ju
igeids and the public genarally.
ha several yeais experience in the busess,
deeds, contract, ueos, pnii
to htiio Aiun. or mail u-
BUTTER ! B0TTBB !
T T L E
BO.TOHT AiSD SOLD
JOHN H. KSNNBDY,
Dr. S. C. HMtNEMAN,
at U Hours
of the Day and Night.
ii ? . ;
Cor, Mala aad Push Stet, Globe, Arizona,
Keep ceastaatlr on hand And for sals the 3
i.5 i - :
Wines, iiiguos ana liigars,
to be found in the Territory.
attached. The latest periedicals nd mag-":
2mes constantly oti "baiid Tor tlfe accommods-
Jaraea Hamilton, Poprietor.
.Tim Bain m nTi far the .DOT in every
style inown to the professidn, and keeps Jusi
bar constantly suppfied with the best brandsi
Xiiqttors and Cigars,
and assures those wb o ,f a wnhins jvi tk. ithj.lr
pstrOBagc, tae dosx m uisaiue. wip
through: .the "Globe." arid be convinced. 1
Jean & jfltfrrgB
Our bar i
Liquors and Ciaf.
FJSKD KEDLSX. &l'00-' rjcrietow,
ir tht' a6jsMBo4t5b:a JI aU: jrbfr wialMfo:
' ' i fc lyA.1 ,t3-s- -
wWh ttofTsr ta eitiaems.of thUltoisMAadf ' , '
J,. v ,:A,&m
.4 1 l. C .L.. 1 - A Sli,l,TllAM. Jl J
So od Clieer!
Beer & Iruaob House
Beer wllil only be old by $he bottle
The lt will be pro vid-:a
wiUbe'Such as to suit all partiw. Give me
a call. G.IISTAY BOHBE.
oil aad Porral,
Known as (xlohe Station,
feept1by1thederasMd..vio aels the lest
SfeoDiiic Rooms and GooI Beds!
.- ; ; ALSO
travelers will find thiK aploii
! ,pu tup u xm.'is. ; i
mem , r. s .
-raiGval Baker aad
knlc lob Arizcma,
jakes supplied at All
as. oivne a can.
.Aro Meat 1 MarMet.
RadnM-m & Wiley,
.Beaf, button and FerJf contantly
Keeps itanUy onhsnd a orofully soltted
w- stock. Of
tfee loweH pkle
TILED WSSTiTJEVKSL '
- By D&nali Robl.
Kow Sffl? well, TshonW May tdfd-r t.
'Wh7. I've known him for nearly year-
He's & mas rrith & heart as big asyouj !f&d,'.
Iuit has ao room for foar.
Why, it were prd workitka-fcin a ehift ;
Hi was "big aad strong, ywi,; - T
jioi3,he always thought of the HWtle one,
' AJsd the little one, Cap, wfea me.
I'll never forget the evening
Tbit.Ilovfersd him down the mB '
I'.Wy a hujjdrd aad thirty pouna, .
5He'a a. hundred sad seYeatyttia-
.llsH the wjndlAW hadJ&4yuffd is two,
take a twig sb the sua-baked ground,
And thejcroak aad thV'cVliad&r, gathering
ipeed, .. .:.. , . g
: "Went whirling 'round and 'round.
I tried to grasp it, to elieck his speed
Down into that living tomb ;
As well try to graxp the lightning,
As it flashes across the gloom,
Ox drown with yoorfeebte voielngs
' The peak of Uie thunder; lut? ' - ?
Or hold back the mountain torrent which
From the heart of a bursting cloud ;
Or keep down the myriad murmurs
That rise from the teaming rod ;
Or hinder the earth-freed soul
From winging its way to; God.
It was gathering force each instant,
Till the crank looked like a ria,
And I lost all fear for evorythiag else
In my tetfrible fear for him.
A crash, great God I then all was sUli,
ive the patter pfcffMng dirt;
Say, Little One, are you hurt?
I yelled out, no ; tkatf 8 all I aaa t,
For I fainted sr eke went aadjjt
And what brought me. to was the riagfbg
Of his sledge oa theros gadv
Sno wHill ? loy himl hi I ay,
leny it any mat ca
were never yet came from the Miston
A braver and truer man.
Oahxtlt, QdeUr, 1878.
We learn from seme of -tMSullock
county farmers wno were in cat city
-Testeraay, tnat tor tn past two
Sleeks the residents in the Biishbor
Hood of Sutesbwo have been th6 Yic-
t ms ,of a clcyer joke played by three
young men in that section. It ap
pears that these jokers obtained a
large, cyprus Log perftctf silly hollow,
and covered one end with a piece or
prepared rawhide, thus making a neat
drum head. Through the center pi'
tniB was urawu a luuiulluij nmcu
rawhide strings wjth aknotattba end
to secure it. By pulling thi string
backward atid forwaM through the:
follow, log, a . most unearthly sound
was produced, 'Wnlch couhfbe heard,
it is stated, a di&tanca of more than
a mile. Provided with his unique in
f mjsnt, thei e 3'ok.eri vonU saiintor
out of a night, and concealing them
selves in the woods commence play
ing .upon thehrdtfvdiy 'harmonicon."
The unusual and .extraordinarily fear
ful sound aroused the neighboring
farmers and created considerable
consternation, as the jokers, took care
to keep out of the way of the bolder
.ones who attempted to discover from
wnence'the sound proceeded. They
then circulated a resort that & fioa
V. . -1 t: 1
oeioneine to s)me traveling meusg-
erie hud escaped and hai taken raiuge
in .jfche.wupd! about Statesboro, and
the noise was she rounn? of the an
jnial. This had the eiidcfc of still
more terrifying the people, aad as the
"roarjng- ws resumed evwy.mcat,
several parties, we are mforiBsd,
5ere afraid to leave their fiije$,
after dark, and some aetually talked
pEleavjn the neighborhood. 'K few
$ays; ago the trick wss dkoovertd,
atipf . the yoiiug jokecs 1 fcbrbnghi fa
j3HaIeDjidey Warper mak3g4ms
of the'HamJHon College a-lumni tfho
ai Arirpfi nism c.ixm noet. ,rtm wntsa ;
lSo universal tufrage has mm to
this 1 i knew yoil . i?iadt. Jj
it. but I did not think you eo!jlmake
a; pbjet. , Elected.? I don't cryayi
l$ctriDe of letiifti so ItSi i wf
peeitined not to' be a poet, ' Tbt
Matfer was etded before th il!ot
j$a yiveW?fi i a very
M felloV maSA fer eir pod
onlhion. I eo&M maka any sorr of
exhibitioB alwos: to pleas mUs
ndxqn wyisf d, or (.thf PrJlJ
brj, )ut I am not a pc and- ttit
WiUXtht roll. It a air W
ff the following stat'eaoont from
jtbe Yurna Sentinel, of the 12th, is
'.trae aiid we have no reason tadoaht
'it, tbstfaet-8tHuid be made sabjact
of inqumy, and u Yenne4, the, con
itracting .officer phould be removed
,rrom a position ae nas nq$ orams to
nil. x'ue if uesio viejo vttiie cooia
imsve filled a hundred such contracts
at.,hjlf rtherG0Muu4 for delivery of
Nine ami a half tons of pot3,tofca
aiid 'onions 1 came in here y&stefday
for' Camp Huxchiwa. They wtll hare
coat, allowing for weight of boxes
and iuoludfoig. fright a.nd dra,ysg9v
ver ton centfper pound by fcle time
pey roaoo meir aestination it la
likely by ihat tme;fnlly one,-third of
heni will be uufit for use,, having been
.transporte.pver TTTd miles by rail,
;and- over 400 by wagon. Tiie loss
v-4111 cl tne actual cost of them to
the eoverBmont to- 18 1-S omit per
ipound, or oyer. When plenty of
-vegetables are grw?i in the Pueblo
Viejo valley, and atfM at Tucson and
tho ni in ing. camps tor far leas than
tjbirt pnu, it seems Cueer that these
vigfttuiiW. shpujii :bj8 imported for
troths, at sueh expense, from San
Mtthciscou Prpper trOjStiHuiitof set-,
tier? on the frontier demiids that the
products, af thejf lubpr, required by
the army, should be purohtsed of
them when it 64 be done for the
same, money it easts, to impoift them.
A. rebate of pricf; can be made to
placers and soldiers, to brinthe cost
idthem down ro the S.an IVattekco
$ptfi ; the cost o, frpjght bad far
better be paid to Arizona settlers
..V' - . F -1 . ..,!...
tnan to putsme iransppriauon oom
panitaV, . -
(Jen. Willcox, conauwattdw of the
department of Arizona,: haj bean in
structed by the SecreUry of V"ar to
vls the trdops in ' hte c department to
:jpte,ct tie United1 States tijails, and
has already taken steps te effeet that
end. A more recent tekgraui says
the Adjutant (jionecal of the army
will- in a few day? issue an order
further explaining the pGsse comit
ates clause in the army bill. It will
state that officers can detail troops
Under their, command tp protect
United States property whemtver it
is in jeopardy, or there is any danger
of its destruction. Ahor case in
whiph troops cau be used that will be
eiteilj wjll be for the purpose of nut
ting down an expelitk)tt formed in
the Pnited Stages for the purpose of
visiting, wiih , Wtile iutent, any
foreign country, .
The chief of the telegnapk line at
Bfescottwas informed on the loth
inst., bv the operator at Silver City,
N M., that on the evening of the
15th, Indians shot and killed an old
man bv the name of Connors, at
Knight's ranche, 30 miles west of
Silver City. A son of the o4d man
is missing. He is. supposed to have
been killed. A Mexican was wounded
in the morning amd driven into the
ranche. A party that came in here
last evening reports the prairies set
on fire, and';tra)ls indicating a Urge
body of rndianji going toward the
L'ower Gila. Troops have been or
The Santa 3?e Sentinel of the lQch
inst., says ; I. N. Cohen, one of t&e
prominent bustness men of Silver
City, JN, M., passed through mere on
Saturday last, and reports iminreg
mieresw loosing up m mt swhus.
Many persona In working aver tail-
daffs are makiag, mor.e money than
nai realized originally. vy.
Bremsu, from this sort of work, ha?
now in store about two and one-half
.tons ol silver bullion, waiting ship-
. , .
raent t0 tae una.
-She Ynma Sentsnei say: Late
advice from Mexico infa us t
two 8tet4aer? ware to h4sje ;t
Guaymas, October lOli, wMi arfgi-
ment of infantry, which was to report
iio Paaeko BSiii Instructions have
been gj.ya Wfaern -to defuse and;
arrest Governor Manscal, and to send
hjiecurely to the City of MexieQ.
Capt. ThiomaS Biair, of the ltif
mrantry, was jgarrKia co. irs. voi.
jSsdqn GrjiMar, m Stanford. Ky.r
Xt i noticeaMe that thc-men ho
rii3 on: the cars every dw mt$&
fiej witd one satishile tbe,miy6tihg
ridea once in a year wantt nt. Ie,gt,
B)i Butler ytasi sajutetl m$i M
guns at Wob.urn, Mass. A iMxA
a dime that qunuing ohl rasoiiTtiai
for the powder, the jsiatche th&
whisky, and the wear and ta.r ocfs
A German at the Milwau?eJ?olfQj
Bay-fi utas ais occupaKoninPoeiTs
that of acobbjerof liquor. TheQou0
asked for an explanation, whiohij
the chuckle, that accompanied it.os
the prisoner five dollars more". He
saia nar. soiea anniss." ,
In 1872, according to the Railroad
Gasette, a neater number. -mileSi
pf new road was laid than intaav
4,623. miles-. Since new track
has been laid, as follows : 18S
507 miles: 18T4, l,02o?-f
746; 1876, 1,556: 1877, li
it " Ava
In one f Boston's most 'sanollfi&t
religious family papers, the GeMlu-
Rule, we notice the Inst page is, oc
cupied as follows ; Throe coiumnqi
Garfield's Boston speech; tw.cel
unins of an illustrated rifle, shot gun,
revolver, etc, advertisement; seven
inches of 4 corsets" illustrated rv?
inches of liver pads, and about ejght
, . 11 . - J ...
HiGnes or smau miscellaneous auver
tisements. It seems from th that
our raiigioas coteinporar believes in
teaching the young Idea howtoatt.
to lace, and also how to keep your .
liver m good order.'
South-era newspapers- are lameutv
ing the death of Rev. A. J R$an,
the poet-priest. He is said to have
fallen a victim, to the yellow fever at
Qhattanooga. Father Ryan .was.
probably the first poetic gonius inthe --"
South. With almost morbid devc?
tion to the Confederate cause.-he era
halmed its. pathos and passion, m -yersea
which have achieved rare pop-,.
ujarity among those who shared' His
feeunas, and were ream of a very
high order of merit. His '-Conquered
Banner," Sword ot .bee," attdllpe
to the Rear," have been set to musicu
adorii tha pages of Declaimerr1
nd -'Readeri," and are canscantiy
reappearing in Southern and English
newspaper?. . . ,
The Burlington Hawkee has tthe
foliowng ; -Ethel Vane" sends us a
poem., "Why Does Sweet lum.ber
S,hun' My Eyes?" Y&jt' Sitdtfn
fiere, Ethel, where we can tickle Jpiir
rosy ear with the waxea end W &
short moustache, while we whiapefisto
you that when agjr! scarcely nineteen
years old eats an eight o'clook sup
per of cold tongue, broiled ateak,
salt mackarel, fried potatoes', d:cragh-
fflits, cold apple pie, tried ey-
fresh peaches, a slice 06 water me'lPn"
and two cups of coffee, hqyxifid .
slumber will pack its truuk and
climb on to the first train- that il
take it farthest away, and alt the
poetry in the Baptist Gollege weift
bring it back to you tor a was.
Don't ask any more such aoniin-
Ethel : these are starrjrts.
earnesl times, that thritt'wittt t
and impending' danger, and ourjrar
ia tuned to loftier, strains. -
The great queue question h apw
what agitates San Fratieis$ffjg$p
of Chinese origin. The she?m,ef
euttiog off the pig-tail &Wnme of
his almond-eyed prisoners, b YMftf
of an ordinance ta tilt effect, ad
frighsfui hubbub ;k has causedfbjf
the victims rgSfd themselves as for
eyer disgraMd by thb loss of -tk
carefullv ciltivated appertdtrp.
Long Ah lit, Gon Lin, Chong Leiig
Wag mFaag Wit have jusrvhagun
sufTin the United States Circuit
Uourfc ag,aihst the shejdfifkaety
Claim $10,000 damages each.' lurr
other suits, by, gentlemen- woq
names sound much like these just
given, haTt been pending for:sm
weeks, andfiften morarare pnepaipg
papers rto begin poegmf;
The sheriff is not ao cheeitul as;fh
was when he was wieldujg hiFgpj
scissors, and would r6j fcpTdc
the irate Mongolkne will Jpte
switch of xm hair" pay
1 thorn the $2804100.