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kOBJS, ARIZONA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1879.
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JJtJCiL uuuuiji lAusvs
-M tinte, Gl4bo Amona.
!,Beer will ly be sold by the drink,
tattle or quart.
The bot-t M ill b prvided, cod the
ill h.' such as to suit all parti . Givf w
O. K GSE:
We have also in conuectioHWiUi th abflvpj
i rdught in to water every uionife And
evening. Teraw for herding:
!r&tft; i pta- .woek, aad 2oc per day, for
-ch auitnal on herd, parable at tfau eted ot
ach inouUu Cacrat cfaee ttc j. far tor
Lay. AiiT ATOE & JOrihBY.
7 " Fropritori5.
M iin Stroal, Gloie, Ariioaa.
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A full lino of Coakina: and Healing Stove
, which we f ffcr at bd-roek priccm.
Vwuld call spaefail attentien to our slok of
As w buv for stih an 1 -H oa a:nf terms
We ft-rii1tl.t tlsRt no houpe in die
Ti-tifmfS an eonipfo vrtU w
lit jfrlctes and quality.
Maweiiig' Piaats, ,e-tc.,
f yarietiasva low
I & 421 Saarema Street,
. ueJOftAy fRMjabticjfcu l&.Wtsldid" wrx
Ppt ywtr. by mail, postage prepaid. ..$12 ,00
T aowstlealen. Dor cqdy. ...... a
i ?unay rmtion. per yaar
I Tri-YVftklv. Ter voar 5 00
Weikly, per yar 3 25
and othw acting Rf agents
Air ihf Ranuhlitttn in&sr rfltxin 2A Tier cent
on aii jsu own punas to t jauy ana ixim chki.v
k " . V- t i rwt3 uri" i
cdltians. and 'iOpor ceat on subacripUonss
"Remit tangos may be made by draft, money
kordcr. or roistered letter, at our risk.
St. LOulfl. 3o.
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K&in Street, Globe, Arizona,
TJie Lodctrsff Department is tlie bHt in
Restaurant open from 6 a. m. to 9
A. P. MeGEEW,;
CManbor of the CaHfomia Stock Exchange
I Room 12. No. 4i0 Koatsp.n.erv Street, gan
j Francisco, California.
Stocks bought, sold, and oarrted on margin.
liberal eas Hdvancoi on active Accounts,
Money to loan in
la&go or smaU araruota
Mnv invested for p&rtios at .a ditancft.
Witt incorporate mines.
Corragpondcnre solfcHed. 34
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Entraace to the .Tonrnda frem tke -orth,
East ancl West.
Dona Ana County. N. M.
"Wfewrc ja all titans can fee found tmturtiin
nieht sfr imn ad besjivit mod erateraiK.
Ff aal Eaike2? r al
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B&lilnr, GO 0k. '
Main Strec, G2obe, Arisona.
Brad. Piea and Gks attppikd at a'.
liiBji5 at reasonable jates. Give s caU
9L0pe as,d iUver City
Havinf purehetsed the,jibox JUse, I am bow
prvpssw 10 carry
j Passengers a-nd Express,
witb dixpRck at roasehable rate.
i. U'. CHRISTENSB.-:
A$tnU R. B. Higbc. .Sfhrer City, N. 51.,
and Shryock & Hfse, Globe, Arizona. i
AH kinds of blaakamitMng Omwt in tbo bciit
siyie at uie siiortcsc nonce.
j . Gtaas -Jtl
lis repaired iBsyi
Montezuma ' liMk
C DupisTRj Piopriafcor,
1.. ii t 5
Tki weU Known Iwfngo i
mtea ana iutin&nea idk jbut
jit jl v s it r 1
PffiirBuil&iiig; be,MSjKMt-ft-iT- $7
, 'tMmm'--.- 1 75
MfW... . wlf
Guiis and Pistols repaird.
JB, C. TttATCHKR . I
Late Surgeon tf. S. S Vf
Juscioo f ishe Ponce and Notary
Pulli, Globe, Piniil Goun,
igos, Loasw snd othoriRfrtrttraen; of writ
ing drawn with care. CaHeotibB promptly
OftiaeOno door soutb of Pioneer Drug
A t torn ey at La wt
Atstoray at Law,
Mc5ilUm, Maricopa Co., Arizona.
Will pxaefioe I all the Courts of the Tr
ritory. F. STASJTORD. L. t" HOGKKS.
Attornevs t Lt?,
1 ritbrj. Special attention rfM a jven to
mining' iniercHis. u,
HAM, H. WIJLY,
Attorney at Law,
WiU prxctCcc ia all the rart of the Ter
ritory. Hteinj: Htigitfoa a spceialty. 1?
Att$jney at Law.
W1U pracsticein-the Court of the Terries ry.
Globe, Pinal CottBty, Arizea.
A. C. SWIPT,
Attorney and Counselor at L.a.w
and Koiary Public,
Olabx, Hnal County, Arizona.
Special jtuatia gtvaa t mining claims.
'Civil "Engineer and Couaty Surveyor
g. DMnty Mineral Surveyor.
; A. gWASEY,
i Justice of the Peace, Notary Public,
: Ccaranipsioner of Deeds for all the
j TK C. m :
x auint oitf) aim iorritorita,
Offbrs It is sarric&s to btivcrs and snllnr-i nf
min oh, and to locators and owners who wish '
19 procure paieuis to tnetr claims ; also to
those wanting deed, contratB. lieas, powers
of attorney, notos, bflls, letter, or instru
ments of any kind in writing; and for the
verification of oatbsi and aflinnatlons, and
taking of acknowledgements. He will
always be found in ha e&oe at the Pioneer
News Depot, on SUU street.
James Hamilton, Proprietor.
Jlm" u em up for the boys in evfery
Style kliown lo tlie nrof(ialnn. ami KiAnai.
Imr couftsnay soppf fed wlUi tbe beat brand?
Liquois and Cigars,
ne tkoi-1 wJo ftvor him with Umir
lttltrona';. thf lied: in lift linn
through the "Globe ana be couxlaeod. "
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Our bar is consfautly supplied with the
wiBotl oranus or
iuhitaiied weekly at" Silver City, M. by
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
orecWli conlin ll&.kkt
Kmlajralioa to ArJasna.
Prom the Nation -1 ilepukliean.
IcChe Arizona emigration movenien
is now well alevi'loped in our city
In response to the cull more than one
liundred and fifty persons attended the
meeting hem in the lee are-room, JNo,
920 F street, Saturday evening.
Major K. M. Hall called the meeting
to order, after wnicu he was made
chairman. 0louel Campbell, the
dolecate in Congress from Arizona,
was called upon to sla floraething of
the climate, the security to lire,
characteristics nd resources of the
country, which he did. He spoke of
the climate as varying from plain to
the mountain districts so m to suit
all classes desiring heat or cold.
Warm at Tucson and Yuma, cool at
Prcscotyn winter.and healthy every
where, there being n climate dis-
eases. It was the country above all
others to cure throat, pulmonary and
other diseases, and in portions of
the Territory the mm delightful cli
mate in the world. Th& agricultural
aud mining prospects of the country
were promising beyond calculation
fertile valleys and rich mountain
mineral djsgjot?. He spoke highly
of their school system, detailed wa-
IP for carpenters, cabinet-makers,
UtIWA JLU(9V1 CM., laiigiif LI QUI
$5 to $7 per day and miners wages
from 4 to o per day with board,
while ranchmen and farts hands got
35 per month and board. The in
dustries of the country were in good
condition, and railroads rapidly
pushing to completion, being now
from the west within eiirhty miles of
Tucson, whieh has 7.000 population,
an,d prescott o,U00. Ladies were
needed in the country badly, as they
coujd not keep a servant brought from
the East a month till she ws marri
ed. This encouraged the number of
ladies present yr.'io think of going.
He said there were nine newspapers
in the Territory two of :bem dailies,
and the Dresent nnrmiatian vaa ahnirr.
meriban. ThiU the Indians arc
ipMfeqtly auittBOJW, tfadhaan ftfu
as secure tuere as on tee streets in
Washington. The people were h&5
potable and he hid not m sixteen
years seen any one begging bread.
AH were employed who wanted to be.
His remarks were gratefully received
and a vote of thanks tendered.
Major Haii explained the mutual
or co-operate pla of the colonists,
and stated that but two ideas should
be before teem warm and generous!
hearts towards each other and will
ing han Is for labor in such fields as
the vast country .opened so richly be
fore -fefiobi. The plan eoniemplates
a pieuge ot nonor mat the success
ful ones shall help any that are un-
XOrtunatc, support m case of sick
ness, assistance to employment
nreference amoug eftcn other m dis
closing important discoveries, union
of effort in developing any mines
;4toutlu that - K ahita coannus two
ars, be secret, and each pledged to
ncty ror safety's sake, anil be
neutral m pontics. Governor Mo-
Gotmick, formerly Governor of Ari-
zona, nas agreed to give uae olouish
an interview in his room at the State,
Department next Thursday, at twelve.
'$lock. There is no longer a deubt
hut that a number of gentlemen ars
gding,' headquarter being establish
ed ut 02U Tenth slruet. The meet
ing adjourned to meet again at No.
920 F street next Friday evening, at
:oU oroiook, lvhen -Senator Patter
son, Colonel Hinton, and Colone
; raail contractor of Arizona
are expected to be nresent. TR
am6us"Am,D.er process of reducing
rerractory ores by means o,petrQleum
h.ea,t ,a partly, explained, and the
company wiH take a machine with
rifein if mone ean lwxaijjjnl to build
it. The way to get to the Ten-itory
was ui8cusseu, nnu on hh these mat-,
tors committees will be appointed at
trie next meeting.
Lord. Ly tton bus given great ol
fence td the upper ten of India by
pcoseiiliug to Mmw Crooko, a pretty
circus ricer, whoso performances hb
nightly upended, a gpld md-t
al, inscribed: t4Presetei to SLss
jtorj::Urooke tim Emprise the
't.?C'lmSM:.W G:ov5srnox of India,?!
Afeat Ctilaese tafeer.
The following card is furnished the
Sun Francisco papers for publica
tion : The Chinese Six Companies
are daily in receipt of applications
for laborers to go to Southern States,
notably Mississippi and Louisiana,
to take place of negro laborers now
emigrating. Officers of these com
panies with it expressly understood
that they have no control over their
people's labor, and have never
brought or caused to be brought one
of their countrymen here; Raver con
tracted their labor or collected their
wge in any manner wtmisoa?er
the pr$83 of California to the coa-
(Signed) Chwbsb Sis CojfPANfKS.
A eeftH Ar4its e&4?tlle.
The Commissioner of the CrBnra!
Land Office issued a patent for the
Starr placer claim at LeadviUe, Gal.
This claim covur 164 acres in th
town of Leadville, and has assumed
great magnitude since it was filed en
account of the springing up of the
town upon it. The issuance of the
patent was wsrly csmtestad by per-
80is on the land, on tW ground that
it . a nAn.rnSanral iuik.1 rjUof tKu isrt
gh)ai Iocator8 haiJ traiwft;rrc,l their
claims to Starr and others; bt the
Commissioner daeidds it to be min
era? laud, and overntles the otker ob
The GIai BarciM.
At the oerotiasioft of Qaeen Vic
toria of England, that estimable
sovereign appeared in a magnificent
robe composed of equal parts of stlk
and fine-spun, glass. The dress was
consklered a masterpiece of ingenui
ty and art, and is still preserved
the wardrobe treasures of
smee hurl tne ssnl and patience to
Frauciseo has eclipsed the achieve
ment of the English artist by manu
facturing a dress composed ntireiy
of glass. The fabric, woven in a
variety of colors, the trimmings be
ing sure white, the whole presenting
a rich glossy Inster superior to the
finest silk or satin, is now finished
and made up. This marvel of the
glassblower's skill is the work of
Professor Theodore Gremor, whose
ancestors for several generations have
been celebrated for their dexterity in
fancy glassblowing. Professor Grei
ner commenced on this drese last
January. Every thread has been
spun trora broken bottles aiid goblets
the machinery used in its manufac
ture being of simple and crude con
struction. The dress has been placed
upon a life-sized figure of a femam,
the head of whieh is adorned with
waving blonde curls f tfee same
vitreous material , surmounted by
glass hat of the prevailing mode,
the wbojo presenting a most artistic
ami realistic enect. rais oeautimt
article is to be taken to the ast for
The Mhop was adilrossing a Sun
day, School, mni related to the child-
tren tho story of Jacob's dream of
the ladder m heaven. Closing his
remarks, he inyrjted them to asfi auy
questions they had m mind. After a
few seconds' pause, a. little girl ia a
piping voice inquired "if the angels
hud wnigs, wta. did they want a d
der for to climb into heaven ?" This
was a puzzler for the bishop. He
cleared liis throat several times, grew
red in the face and htisitated, but at
last a, brighJ: brought attack him.
Turnipg towaid the achool, he saiiU
;'Aspno Jittlo child has asked thw
question, perhaps some" other little
cuuu can answer re. jnow casf any
bnelell me why the angels-wnted the
ladder 2?' Back came the ansiwer
;m a remote eorncr of the room;
V'iiecause tney was isolting, sir."
The pope is making crest roduc-
tnraaix Jiisi bbueehold, obsendngdrnt
t Is Useless j4 keep up an eanuous
itcheri wfejre nothitw? is cooked. His i
dinner cohsto of adi.&n
pjate. Of pMnl'sliciht jeujJhi
do tfiduced tu OTG-eiiKd" ot taFnim-
3etit.tC Slacks in asfi.
A Kansas City (Jlo.) diapafcifej
Apil 17th, says :
A large number of colored p,eoge
from the aouth haverlanded-at W'a
dotte. Kansas, within the past fesvr
days, m entirely destitute circular
stances. They are occupying
churches aiul pubiic jiajls of tm&
place. Many of them are sick ami
dying from exposure. The Mayr
of this city has telegraphed m th&
Secretary of War, asking tfeit ra
tions for the destitute be issued frm
Fort Leavcnworh. Secretary Mc-
Crary savs he aas no authority to is
sue such an order, and, as Cougrasa
is in acssion, application or rerief
should be made to that body.
The Wyandotte Relief Committee
has ise ued a circular to the generous
citizens of the United States, csliag
for immediate financial aid. In ad
dition to the 700 already there, they
say thousands more, in the same des
titute condition, are on the way.
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There is a tale told of a sea fsfp
tain who, in a distant cornof nf the
Southern seas, visited &11 undisditr-'
ed or unexplored group of bcalisiful
islands. After landing and 'ssinlui
with the gentle natives, he ws
wnblied by tWe visit ol a. wLitema-n-svidently
a person of means au i
onasequence, who, after making him- '
self very agreeable, implored the
captain to gtve mm a story boik ;f
he had such a thing in his possession.
The captain hai, and, deeply touch
ed by the pigs and coceanuts which
the white exile had given rm oc-
siowed on him a copy of the "Ara
bian Nights7 Jjinterfeamments.33 Over
come hj the present, the exile.;burst
into tears, and cried, "You have sav
ed my life and given me rank ami
wealth." On explanation, hesitiJ,
I should long ago have been eata,
but while they were fattening aaa 1
learned enough of tneir Isneuasa to
Mm Killing. Hood. The chihi m
peated it, and the whole popukfefcoa
were mad with joy. They haiTneTyer
heartl a story before. From that day
I became a great and honored" nmu.
When tbey had a grand aationut fes
tival I sat on top of a hill, aad thou
sands wept (while some elderly rela
tive was baineeoked or a feast) a;
the cruel death of tho grandfather
tis caused by the wiekodwolf. I hai
with me a volume of atry Taiea,'
and I soon began to set a price on
my performances. "Red Biding
Hood is rather worn: I only get a
ugndred oocanuts for hss;.$S, uc
indorolla' is still good l&r four pigs
and a turtle, and B$n$f and :the
Beast' brings six or sevsn, iaccording
to the quality. But with toe 'Ara
bian Nihis I shall be aWt go go on
accuwnlatfag pork to 6he end of my
days.?3 Forney's Progress.
The (S3Kw"'Biwn ' compauy 1:1
London has made its mar re tho
work of teraporance roformi . Fif
tuen tvoris htiafe been opened
oel, in whioii about 4,600. pacsons
hfLyo signed the pledge- Is is said
that the corTqe ?S welt prepared and
good to drink,
Oysters are Haver eaten in thefr
fresh " state Va Ohina After feeing
taken from thhejl ckeyreIiic.l
into boiling water, tjgiri oxgod u
the suti until tborongM ,drled In
such condition they riioin thiir deli'
cacy ana native iiaor tor u
" A retired lawyer la 4 Bkrir. eon-
siduring- kimsdl "libelled brought
suit against 86 newspapers ajudgiiied
up ms demand tpr dajngos. p n
aggregate of a million aijd ji Taif
francs. The speculation was not a
bnliiant success, al he worn ernlytwo
of his suits, nd in " these Saai-
ages allowe! weiwio fraiic.wiKo't
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At the Churoh oi.Stiglan?!-1
tu. tierusaiain nravers are &ad nn
Sunday first for'Qdeetr Yic&&r iid
the' foyiil fairiilyrnext for Edlvlrd
Albert prince of Wales d his Mm
rfy; thon for his royal iighnl-s,
VVilfias, eiafteior of iiriflsy , and
fa.mjly aftergards for
mt of the .UniteirStatqs,. uillWat-
yfc-V his tooBt grliciou8aes&"the