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title: 'Arizona silver belt. (Globe City, Pinal County, Ariz.) 1878-19??, December 27, 1878, Image 2',
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THE ARIZONA SIL YE-R
TM-jis or xirxscKiPttmirOn
til lilt; jhvu -L' i H Jiuicuw-i
MtBvm$u ht TfeGB&H the tout
-and F&to GmU? 75r J&l&t. Or iAwf-
Jlfifi PItlmSm Stow Jrnith? and at Jte-
Bayard Taylor is (kud '-.;
by the Senate GaKeraor of New
We ate indebted' to -$he -Hon. H,
S. Stevons for late Congressional
The A., T. & S. F. R. R. X'
have leased :fche Denver & Rio Grande
Railroad for thirty 3aars.
is consumed there, for the number of
inhtfbitanta, iian in any othor place
on the coast." Be has been ili;aw
tnjr be lone bow. and Drobabiv be-
&AtijUCj&. -&3$ lies!
If Bon must ywlkt fpr.;newqpapersj
and deal in statistics, let him tclL&b&
lttllaitijx's ; raiders bw mue&rw1MM
is consumed by maa aga&ts m a sdtari
J3re&r,;(he doubtless kn&w te exact
Quantity of it).t-u ciMf them re
quires to keep 1$ fjhh1y-heated
whistle wet,) than i&fc oitfodns of Tuci
son may peiumsps ae disposed to iet
Iiiin down easy.
alkrwnWf; atfr to coHvkoe him,
we wiH trean his j
toeswjppisr UtHt he jnaie en
ubitWgtie8S xt our vfiht,.tttl
cau$t'h-iw. to meJily aE hinfseif
thtjuescion, why is it that Hackney
&fe m nobly out and fifts so gener-
,1iist wcoi in; -Bntwotwith-fcndiRg
the conceded feuotiBins
utiiiudmse --'foody GSkoj -y-,from'
pure cussednoss, Attnbtttfi our ro
tundity to snake-bite.
1L. Bradford Prinoe, sf Kcw ack.
ft-Bii nominated oh tho I8ih inst.t by
the Presidaitt, Chief JusUco of Kew
IThe Stm JTranoisco Stook IlQport
announces re fact h$ a, lOOsUinp
zsM is being burk in Ghicwgo for
A military survey is ordoned witK
& vnew of iindtng a hotter road aoiross
the MogpjHen runge, betweoji pauap
Apache and -Gamp Yerde.
A Columbia (S. C.) dispatch Buys
Wade Hamptons eBttdifeidn has so
decidedly improved that he expressed
the opinion tht ha had passed the
It is inqe than probaWe :tht
among the rst bills our Torrltoritd
Legislature -will be called on to con
eider is the removal. of the ca-pltol to
quartz mill and hoisting worksy'
woighig 180,000 pounds, for the-:
Tiger mine arrived hy rail at Yunm,
and by this time is probdbiy loaded
on Tvagans for tlie mine.
Hon. Galnshu Grow, of Penosfvl
vania, does not agree that .Grant is
the Bc-publicans1 best candidate for
President in 1860. He says, and
truly, too, the party ants states
manship atats head.
iActingTerritorial Secretary Ander
son canvassed the vote for dolegAtf.
to Congress on the 16th, with the
fallowing resuk: CampbeB, 1452;
Pvis, 1,97; Stevens, 190;
Woolioy. 882. Campbell got the
The;grade the Atchison, Topeka
& Suaita1 Ee llailrotid over the JRutou
mountain is 16 Eeot to tfae mile,
and in order to oltmb it with a train
of seven loaded cafes the company is
having & fifty-five ton locomotive
built, jDhe Trinidad lUws gives an
Tlfe origifrof Odd Fellowship as:
variously ascwDeu. m tfce j&rer part
of the last century Ledges existed in
London oalling tfieiBsel.ves "Ancient
and Honorable Loyai Odd Felfows.''
The institution spraad toother cities,'
and lit lold a convention was held at
Manchester, whoti several Lodges:
seceded from the union, and formed
-kThe Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows." Thomas Wilder, an Enshsh-'
man, instituted the ikst Lodge in the
U.nited States at Baltimore. April;
26, 1819, which is the original atartV
nag point or the order in thw country
After the 1st of January, sistews ami
daughters of Odd Fellows will be etk
giole to raeeive the Degree-of Re?
pekah. lltfretotore it has onlv bmn
t:)1y1't-.'j') -' ! iii.iiiM-riiiiirniiTirfi mikw iiiwhiihi iiiiinimiiiiiwiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiu uaijii u
i , uxv. JOl4S 11 UmS. KOKftXIA & Ebllner, IV. A Mfasoir.
b- ' ' r . 1 Silver City. 01obe.
BEAILERS IH 0 ' ' .
interoitng Stccouat of the ceremony'
of Splkmg Colorado to New Mexico.1 cou-fenred upon wim and widows of
To reach his point the company in
the last nine immths have built
ninety-six miles of foad, furmsthed it,
a'wjth xtilling stock, and propose to
readh Las Tegas, K. M., ona hun
dred and thirty-spven miles nearer
the Rio Grande, by the 1st of May,
and btifore Ls Vegs is x;eaphed the.
road will be under contiijict to the
Rio Grande, alias Rio Bravo ailifts
IRio Dei Norte, tjbence to and into
Ariona to imeet the Southern Pa-.
cttie, -upon some upland iawn orsoinV,
bre Qftnon, which is also boing
pushed east by twelve hundred .China
man, bossed by white men of tireless
jonurgy, aml when they meet, which
will be within two years, aiother
trans-,continental line wM iiavo been
completed, and for the second time
j-ealisin; Beaton's idea of 4 lA West
ern Route to Indian3'
The Yuma Sentinel, of the 21st,
safs: 4 'We find tht four of our
stores receive Mexican doftaus at
8T l-2c ; three of our heaviest mtr
chitnts take them at par. The S. P.
li, R. Co. only allows 85c, naid wiJl
soon refuse them aitogether."
Representajtire Scales and Senator
andera,ctiy;e workers in Congress J
for the transfer of the Inaas ,t
army management, hare c&op.pe3,
as they say. because they were in
error in believing that it would he for
the best for both Indians and thai
The India appropriation bill pro
vides 820 ,W for collecting and
subsisting Apaches and other Indians
of Arizona and f?ew Mexico. If ihe
P20,0Q0 is intended to fiMdy the)
40,000 Indians in the two Territories
it would only furnish 2 16-I00c per
day per Indian ; a sum far toe Hute
for the purpose . intended.
The Albuquerque (N. M.) Re
view is "not feeling weM, 4rtureiy.5,ii
A decision pf Judge Parks affirming
"the voice of the people" in esta,b
lishing the county seat of Bernalillo
courtly at the town of Bernaiillo is
the cause of the -recent eruptive &p-
pearance or its columns, image
Parks has the reputation of being
square man, a gppd lawyer, a wis,e
judge, a second Darned, who can look
justice square in the eye without a
fbkish; but, notwithstanding such
J purity of character, tiere are persons.
in AibuQuerqne who do not hes!.t&t
to say he turned a willing ear to
Leandro Proa &q high-okaorum
of Bernalillo. The jLas Vegas Ga
zette coaaes to the rant and giyes
tongue m balialf of the judge, aa
says it is not right to wink a j.udiciai
reputation down because the Jtldge
gagged at a tttCshnical abjection,
raised by citizerts of Albuquorqu?,
and refused to &wallw it. We do
not think it quite right in the Albu
querque loytew to tcompass the
judge wiifi -gail before knowing be
yond the possibility of a- doubt, that
he has an itcfeyig palm and that it
had been greasad. . '
A Dutch olergyraan wa3 in the.
habit or giving out two line of a
hynwi at a time for the chair so sing
One dark, rainy day he oould not see
the words, and said, "Mine eyes ish
dim, I cannot set; I left mine specs
at home.' Tu choir, supposing
this to b the hymn, struck up the
tune of com. in cm meter. Tht i?ld
fellow bawle4 out, fcMine Gottf
mine Gou! dat is no hwn. I onl
said miue eyes vash Am." The
choir iig these two lias, tlie old i
fellow saymg, I thiafc de debirs m
you all. Dat vash no hymn atajl.'
Pa," asked a boy the othe,il;day,
what is meant by paradise l7 tP'an
adie, my son,?, ruplieU the father
gloomily , t4is the latter partf next
sumjner, when your mother goes on
a visit to your grandmother.5'
The exact number of counties in
Texas is a matter of dispute. One
Main Street, lobe, Arizona,
The pactBership heretofore existing be
twoea Qie udwnigaed.uader the Sna nam a
of Bvaas & Barton, ws df solved by mutual
coasont oa the Ifth dy of Dacttmbwr, 15J7S.
Globe, Arizona, DttcemberSy, lS7Sw
The Tucson Giuzan, reforrijeg to
our presence at the ctrfotyiicin. ;of
Mr. and Mrs. Hs cotton Wje4dis;i
says 41 ike editor of the Brlt iutlH
mates that after considerable patieacej
and labor he once more in bis strag?i
JgUng iile got saraetbjing to eat. yje;
jdH not intip5te or leave it to be in-1
The S. P. R. R. Co wiiHiostablii teed Out jve were in debt to our
a freight and passenger depot ten stomach, and knepag $bat Glum wag
miles this side .pf Gila ypchsh it; Ahurfih member we yere no: aihele
is reported will be narao Oroviile.: sirrpiysed t ee such a statement in
Staeeii will pm to this pct. Parte Pa Fo&rkg ourstjlf deceived ie
have been amt to Di Palm as forthel fiflt ,aur lafe a-iiS fead oihera to do f.he
Main Street, Mc Mi lien, Arjzpna,
W hare just received new and Jresh additions to our stock, tnd will keep
constaiitly on hand
j)ry Goods, Glothing, Boot3.and Shoes, Hats and Gaps,
Groceries, Drugs and MeSiglries,
Hardware, Iron, Step!, Saddlery, -Mining Tools, Femkr Mid Eua,
Barrel and Case Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars,
Paints, Oils, Putty, Window' Glass, Queensware, ete.
We invite the attention of buyers to our house, promising better gods at
cheaper prices than can be obtained elsewhere in the Ooulity.
i W will pay the higheait rates for
Mlvgr aixd Gold Bullion, Hidas, Wool, and
: . Country FroduGeJ
gsgXou pan not over-Mti mate the importance of establishing yourself
m ;& . housp of this kind, where everything is done on tho square, and the.
. SHRYOmP- & HISS.,
authority says 226. Out of them jsiprices of goods goyerned by the quality
us largtius tuuouiteui im. stj a cjt us ui, u .
3. WEISL, SUver City, N. X.
G, S. YAK WAGENEN, Gtoc, ArtnaJ
hSijmn Street, (flpbe, Ariffna.
Ulw sad Toacco .
A full line of ookiaaa HeatbagStva
; nd HollSf-.WMe,- -.
"VV'klch we cfler'at bftd-r&ol; prices.
Spedal ft ItQiUlon. given to order-at ad&tancs
Would edll special attest! on to-eur.- si&ok sf
Groceries and Miner,
WIBS AND MQrOtRS
Arc unauspissJid; .
Xa bu v foe cash and. sail- oiv
we fbal confident' finat Hoh
the West can cerapet w:
us in prices and quMitjv
Miners' Outfits a Specialty.
11 1 L
Keeps aope but the ahstoaxt imported
Win" j iiaquora cigars.
Privatc Club Booaa &tUokd.$K,
W. Y. BAR&OD, Prpprietorj
O. A. H
Justice of the Peace, Notary Public,
Gommsesioner of Deeds for all the
Pacific States and Territories,
Globe, Arise aa.
OITent hla serviees to buyers and sclera qli
iaiaw,.ia to locators tna owserj who wisu
to procure patents to thair daimat iflai)" tq)
uiuoc naauu ussvuf uvuu wm, usui)
of attorney, notes, bills, letters, or lnlru-:r
moats of any kind in writing; sad for the;
veritic&tion of oaths and aanaatioas. aatl
taklax of acknowledxoHienUf. He Willi
always be found tu bk ofil at the I'ioiitfifii
Pos,toe Building, GJobfr., AlzMS
Wsidie, Crocks snd Jtwrelry. -. M3m
SavriBgr HachiitB Fistiiroa sad NociileS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ie
Boom 13, Ko. m Ko
iugs there to Oronib. fhe aocuaia-j not lrr lHf a and hungry
kted piles of ties and -imn t Yuma looka,?i ,fed 'Ae ,to:a tape
are ra&idlv jitminis.y m Eixe and Una and f cuind ,wjn0awe jus ts
,,k. rr,rv fUv Ji-k .wlifefcfwo inched rdufid fifeo st.'l .JSSStowi te-prcr
building " listen al are b eing sutt
A. F. MgG-E
Oforaber of the California Stock xoUaj
Mery Stnxft. Sk
II- ' ' - - - - r "
Stocks bauifht. gold, and ca
Liberal G&ib a'tfvaaw oil
koh writ that aum Jl mmn
nartiei at a
i i in' ill MM ll i Hi i --e5fewr xfcj -, ',t . t Mt- Stii5 "aa?x -.fe
Motel and Coital,
Known as Globa StatiQn,
' - .
Kept by Uifs undersigned, o s'.tk Jwf
" tfa wrafdc&Jbfe
IPraders will find thUai
Th undersigned aaa pen
Beer will o H sp)d y th battle
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AIU be iiucii as suit 5itt;
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