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THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT,
Saturday, January 0, J883.
The Belt is still tho official paper of
The Board of Supervisors havo been
attending to business closely.
Sheriff Pascoe's oflico, for tho pres
ent, is in ex-Sheriff Lowthcr's room.
Mr. Sterritt, of tho Chronicle, is the
new Clerk of the Board of Supervisor?.
Burge, the photographer, is having
a holiday, while tho rainy spell lasts.'
Charley Cornell and his estimable
wife were visiting in Globe this week.'
P. 0. Robertson is the Chairman of
tho new Board of -Supervisors.
- - -
Aleck Piondleton and Mr. Robb, of
tho Belt, loft for a short horseback
trip to theTonto, this morning. .
J. J. Williams, superintendent of
tho Old Dominion Copper Co.- s works,
is exfleoted in pwn tq-njght,. .
Mfe Stevens. BuckaleVs superin
tendent at this place, started his teams
out yesterday. They go to "VVillcox.
Charley Meyer, Westmoyer's clerk,
is a gentlemanly young fellow, and
will add to his employer's popularity.
Thorflad to the South Pioneer saw
mill will be completed by tho 20th
Tho North Pioneer mill is stopped,
ponding some necessary, changes in the
method of working.
T. R. Latimer, a former resident of
Globe, was welcomed by numerous
friends during his brief visit this week.
C. PLcitch, of Eureka Springs, has
bought Tom Newland's cattle, at 18.50
Postmaster Willis E. S,ponco, is suf
fering from a swollen arm, the cause
of which he cannot account for.
Ed. Meyer, who had his foot burned
at tho Old Dominion smelter not long
since, is again at work.
Happy New Year to you, Dave Hen
derson, from the Belt employes, 'and
thanks for your kind remembrances.
Col. Newcomb, Mr. Frank Simpson
and Mr. Butler, all of Boston, aro in
Globe this week.
We would call attention to tho ad-
L$erti?ement of Jos, Redman, on. jjiis
John White, loader of tho Globe
brass band, is expected to return in a
day or twp. Ho has already loft San
Francisco, en route for this point.
The Old Dominion Company shipped
92,000 lb3. of copper bullion this week,
the output of one furnace. We chal
lenge tho world to boat it.
Supervisor Westmoyer drew the long
term in tho Board. This is the second
time he has done it. Fred is a goo'd
officer, and the Belt is pleased.
Tho snow was so deep in the south
pass of tho Pinal mountains, Thurs
dry, that tho axles of tho buckboard
were touching tho snow.
Assessment work has been done on
the Quien Sabe formerly the Ready
a property owned by M. L. Earle of
Al. George, a well known resident
of this camp in its early days, was
killed in tho Dragoon mountains, on
tho night of Jan. lstv
Tho post office in Globe was never
more efficiently conducted them now;
a fact that is appreciated by our cit
izens. .LOST An amethyst sleovo button
with gold setting. Tho finder will be
liberally rewarded by leaving it at the
the duties of their offices. The re
tiring officers have performed the work
assigned them to tho satisfaction of
the community, and no bettor praise
could be offered. them. Tho incoming
officials are'geptlemen of equal hones
ty, intelligence and industry, and will
render as satisfactory service.
Bill Wilde brought in to town and
has placed on exhibition in Hitchcock's
drug store, a remarkably beautiful
specimen of silver bearing oro from'
Grey Eagle mino. It weighs about
twenty pounds. Tho quartz and the
portions in which the silver occur aro
distinctly marked, and surround a de
pression in which occur masses of
crystal, beautifully stained with what
is probably a sulphate of lead.
Mr. Long, who filled tho position of
Clerk of the District Court in Gila
County, retired in afew days to mako
room for a young lawyer, named
Snapp, from Joliet, 111. Tho now
comer is well recommended, and will
recoivo courteous aud fair treatment,
but it is impossiblo that ho can per
form tho duties any moro tatisfacton
lv" than tho present incumbent. Mr.
Long has beon courteous, correct and
' industrious and we hope that ho will
noi kavo onr town when he- reigns
Judgo Swasoy entertained a party
of friends at his residonce on Broad
street, on tho evening of tho 31st ulti
mo, to say "good byo" to tho old year
and give tho now one a "send off." A
magnificent dinner was followed by
round after round of sparkling cham
pagno; and geuiality and good-fellowship
reigned supreme. Toasts were
proposed and responded to by Judges
Swasoy and McCabe, Probate Judge
Birchett, the nowly elected Justice of
the Peace, B. G. Fox, Messrs. Sterritt,
Fitch and Farquar and the Hon.
Donald Robb. That no inquiry for
"hock and soda" wator was mado next
morning, is evidence that none of the
participants wero more than "half
seas over," except ono who stoutly
maintained that ho was a granger, had
hay seed in his hair and talkod learn
edly of the relative merits of peppor
and pumpkins as a steady diet. We,
however, are bound to say, that some
of the songs, to unpracticed ears, con
voyed tho idea of blundering melody.
Doubtless, since the 'days when "Eve
spun and Adam delved," no assem
blage of editors, judges and lawyers
over shoved "wine across walnut" with
a moro studied sense of propriety and
rational enjoyment (han upon that
Tho Takoma Copper Company have
leased the Carrie smelter, and are re
pairing it and making alterations in
its constructions previous to starting
on ore from their mines. They have
considerable coke on hand, and we ex
pect they will have a continuous run
of several months. They havo plenty
of ore, and for richness of quality it
cannot bo beaten in the district. Mr.
Dovereux is persontilly superintending
the operations, and he has the assis
tance of competent and gentlemanly
The utility of recording assessment
work has been made apparent during
tho recent rush to jump and re-locate
mines. The cost is small, and it is a
preventative against much useless,
expensive and vexatious legislation.
In this connection wo want to say that
the re-location of claims by original
owners for tho purpose of evading the
expenditure of tho $100 required by
law, is an injury to the camp, .a wrong
in itself and constitutes a flaw in tho
Inasmuch as conflicting reports as
to tho incipienoy of the melancholy
affair which resulted in tho killing of
William Harnett by Thomas P. Kerr
on Christmas night, at Pioneor camp,
are still in circulation here; wo felt it
incumbent upon us to ascertain tho
two points-at Hsue: "DidHarnett-
knock Korr down? Was Harnett
armed?" and received negative an-
swors to both questions. .
Tho patients in tho Globe Hospital
aro Edward Derrick, who was injured
at Kollner's saw mill, and is not im
proving; Thos. Mooney, injured by a
premature explosion in the Globo
mine, improving; F. Cosmo and John
Miller, both inflamatory rheumatism,
and both improving.
Tho Belt is obliged to Mrs. Jas.
Anderson for the privilego of perusing
tho Christmas numbers of of tho Illus
trated London News and tho Graphic.
The Belt is frequently tho recipient
of such favors, and is always grateful.
Tho party given by the A. 0. U. W.
on the oveniug of the 1st inst., was a
thoroughly enjoyable affair; as all
their formor affairs of that sort have
been. A largo number of our best
peoplo wero present, as well as some
Messrs. E. F. Kellner and A. G.Pen
dleton are making arrangements for
a hunting trip into the Sierra Anchas
or Mogollon mountains. Mr. Butler
and Frank Simpson, both of Boston,
will, very likely, accompany them.
Archie Mcintosh has perfected the
title to his ranch on tho Salt river.
Tho other ranches should do the same,
so that their present possession, and
right tq.dispose of it aj it suits them
in tho futuromay nofTbe'iinpeWlled:
Brother Haskins, when ho was
asked by our local reporter for an
item, said, "There's a God in Isreal."
The "local" does not seo what Globo
benefits by it.
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S. M. Somerville, having rented tho
cuisino department ofvthe Pascoe
hotel, is now prepared tofurnish un
exceptionable meals to all who favor
him with their patronage
Will Whepley is back in Kollner's
store, again. Will is a thoroughly
capable, industrious fellow, and with
Billy Ransom will make Kollner's a
Tho neatest qualification we've
heard for some time was whon "Old
Stonewall," a local celebrity, said that
ho "could lick any man in th6 camp
Why don't our Democratic friends
tako away thoso rags in front of the
band stand? Like a political platform,
thoy havo no usefulness after the
Coplin aud Van Wagenen havo lo
cated tho claim formerly owned by
Clark, a present inmato of tho Stock
ton asylum. The assessment work was
not done, and if was properly rrlocnte
able under tho law.
A member of the Belt staff, was at
Bowio station, when tho Princess
Louiso and tho Marquis of Lome were
thero en route to tho East. His fail
ure to interview them is due to his
excessive modesty. While wo foel a
little chagrin about the matter, we
have not quarreled with tho member
of the Belt staff" because the, attri
bute of modesty is so rare among jour
nalists it is so rare that when it oc
curs in this oflico we feel bound to
coddle and foster it.
Times aro lively at the Pioneer
camp. The North Pioneer millis
working steadily and is making a good
bullion record. Tho South Pioneer
mill, it is expected, will bo in opera
tion in a mouth. With these two mills
running steadily, the bullion product
of the Pioneer camp will be as large,
for the tons of oro crushed, as any oth
er camp on the Pacific Coast. Devel
opemonts on tho Howard aro ontirely
Tho New Year was ushered in by the
ringing of tho church bell, the explo
sion of fire crackers, singing, drinking
and all the usual festivities, not omit
ting the jumping of mines. If the
year, now in its infancy, dovelopes as
it promises for this ramp, 1884 will be
hailed with blare of trumpet and loud
Every old settler in Globe District
romembers Emersley, a soven foot
Scotchman, who had more claims lo
cated than ho could work, and jumped
more than he could hold. He has been
up to his old tricks in Copper canyon,
and was driven out at the mouth of a
The young men who so industrious
ly rang the Old Year out and the New
ono in at tho M. E. Church, notwith
standing tho almost universal com
plaint, are deserving of great praise
when viewed from a sanitary point.
They wero threatened with chills, and
simply worked to create a sweat, and
happily did so.
James Wiley was shot through tho
foot, accidentally, with a small target
gun, on Tuesday afternoon. The
wound is more annoying than serious.
Tho Belt wishes him a speedy re
covery. By reference to our columu of new
advertisements it will bo seen that
Messrs. Tucker & Gerald have opened
a hotel at Pioneer. Thoy have also a
feed corral, which at all times will be
well supplied with hay and grain.
Tho South Pioneor mill is closed in
and roofed, and will bo ready, it is ex
pected, for the reduction of oro by the
close of thTTiudnthT "The mill will be
a perfect one in all its appointments,
and will no doubt operate successfully.
The saw mill in the south pass of
tho Pinals was shut down for a few
days on account of snow. Its daily
product is about 10,000 feet, the whole
of which is used at Pioneer camp.
The wanton acts of teamsters in
tearing down telegraph poles are rep
rehensible in the extreme. It would
be quite as justifiable for the telegraph
company to cause the destruction of
It is reported that Agent Willcox
has declared the San Carlos reserva
tion interdicted territory to those not
there by official authority. The road,
however, is still open for wayfarers.
Paolo Patriarcha, a native of Italy,
died at tho Italian restaurant in this
town, on Friday morning of this week.
If you wish the best cigar you hav
smoked in Arizona try one of Ham-
mon & Taylor's genuine Key West.
Globe has been the recipient of some
aqueous favors from tho clerk of the
weather during tho present week.
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To arrive at Hammon & Taylor's in
a few days one thousand sea sides.
Cheap corn at D. Henderson.
NOTICE. Mr. Geo. W. VanDerzee
will have charge of my business at the
old sfamd, -next-Jh-J. Redman's shop,
and is authorized to uiakocuUeotiuiis
and receipts for all monies due mo.
W. L. Whepley.
Globe, A. T., Dec. 30, 1882.
Nan Pedro Xotew.
' Wo havo been shown some very rich
specimens of copper ore, taken from a
recent discovery by F. and P. Winkle
man, near tho mouth of the San Pedro,
in Gila County. The vein as now
opened at tho depth of five feet shows
threo feet of oro of tho character ex
hibited to us. Tho ledge, however,
shows 20 feet on the surface, with ore
tho entire width.
George Scott is steadily at work
developing his mino, of which the
Winklomans' is an extension. He ran
a ci oss-cut, all in ore, 60 ieet and did
not reach either wall. The croppings
show about 300 feet. Tweed's copper
property is within about two miles of
tho above claims.
P. Winkleman has a valuable lode
of silver in Saddle Mountain District,
in Pinal county, not far from the
mouth of Deer and Ash creeks. AuJ7
assay of the ore, by Chas. Dobler, at
Pioneer, cave $367.68 per ton. Tho
"pay streak" is about 15 inches, and
the entire ledge is 3 ieet, giving an
average of $80 per ton. There has
been considerable work on this (tho
Heed mine) witlun tho past two years,
THE JOHNNY BULL.
A Promlsinic Copper Mine.
Among the copper mines that have
a good name, based upon present ap
pearance, and a great future prospec
tively, fow in Arizona outrank the
Johnny Bull. Wo gather the follow
ing from a careful and reputable min
Tho "Johnny Bull" is" situated on a
strong .vein in the San Simon District,
New Mexico. It is owned by Mr.
Henry, of the Now York Herald, and
the operations that are in progress
upon it, are under the superintenden
cy of an exceptionally intelligent gen
tleman, Capt. Mitchell. The ledge is
20 ft. wido, with a pay streak at a
depth of 40 ft., of 4 ft. wide, which
will average 51 per cent copper, and
carrying as high as 100 oz. of silver
and 3 oz. of gold 500 tons of ore are
on the dump. The ore is self-fluxing,
as has been proven by a test of several
tons made by Vivian & Son of Swan
sea, England, and who have made a
liberal offer ,for the product of the
mino. Ample water-power to run a
50 ton smelter has been secured on
the McGill ranch, a. -short .distance
from the-ininc'. T.be jjroperty" has been
placed in the hands of a London syn
dicate, for a large figure, and W. E.
Farish, it is said is examining the
property in their interest".
Adjoining this mine is the Jennie
Mack, owned by Gen. Lew Wallace
and Henry of the N. Y. Herald, which
is showing up finely in gold, silver and
copper. As both of these properties
are closo to the railroad, their value is
Van Wagenen has a nice display of
Hammon & Taylor have on hand for
the holiday's a very large line of dolls
of all kinds, sizes and prices.
Eaton & Bailey have just received a
complete lino of hand.ronde miners' and
farmers' boots, which for quality and
price are unequalled.
Examine Hammon & Taylor's al
bums before purchasing elsewhere.
F. W. Westmeyer is selling boots
and shoes at greatly reduced prices in
order to make room for a new and ex
tensive assortment soon to arrive.
Call and see tlio inincis' perfect shoes
Imnd-niadc aud warranted, six different
styles at Eaton & Bailey's.
A complete line of ladies' and children's
shoes just received; prices astonishingly
low, call and examine, at Eaton & Bai
Fresh goods ju9t arrived at G. A.
Chapel's Cash. Store, choice oranges
and lemons, apples and pears, figs and
dates, butter and cheese, fresh ranch
and California eggs, dried currents,
dried peaches and dried chile, a full
line of choice groceries and provisions.
Goods delivered free of charge. No
trouble to show goods.
Take notice Hammon & Taylor
have just received the largest lino of
Christmas goods ever brought to Globe
comprising toys of every descrip
tion. A full line of dolls, carriages
and boys express wagons, games of all
kinds, elegant vases, beautiful mus
tache cups a most complete lino of
meerschaum pipes, cigar and cigarrete
holders beautiful amber cigar and
cigarrete holders cigar vases, &c, &c.
Bargains! Bargains! Desiring to
close out my retail business in Globe,
I will sell for CASH my entire stock
of groceries, produce, provisions, Arc,
in lots to suit, at actual cost. Closing
out sale to commence Jan. 1, 1883
and continue until my entire stock,
storo fixtures, &c, are disposed of.
W. L. Wheplev.
Georgo Newton has shown a com
mendable desire to suit all tastes in
the lino of well selected jewelry com
prising in part diamond rings, gold
bracelets, diamond and ladies gold
setts, gold and silver filligree jewelry
of all kinds. Fine assortment of gents
and ladies gold-diains ;fin6 assortment
of ladief(gjidcntuc?wafeheS, fin
est assortment of-wavcr-plaTea-ware
ever brought to Globe,, such as casters,
cake baskets, jewelry cases, napkin
rings, vases, knives, forks and spoons
of all patterns, dishes and in fact a
fine assortment of table ware, and
everything usually found in a first
class jewelry store.
mHE ABOVE SUM WILL BE PAID FOB
JL information tliatwil lead to the con
viction of any ono who wall knowingly In
jure or molest the 61ol;e and San Carlos
Telegraph Line. The ojenso is punishable
by nne not exceeding $1000, or imprison
ment not exceeding ono fear or both, at the
discretion of tho court paving cognizance
thereof. A. lj. HACKNEY,
O Buy at lealers' prices.
We wi' sell you any
article "or family or
person; use, in any
quantity, at wholesale
price. No matter vjiat you want,
send for our Caaloj&e,ra con
tains over 1,9(MK illustrations.
We carry in sto the largest
variety of goods ijthe U. S.
MONTGOMERY VARD& CO
227 & 229 Walasli Ave.,
BROAD ST., - - - GLOBE, A. T.
Veal, Etc., Etc.
Tucker & Gerald,
HAVE opened a Hotel at Pioneer for the
entertainment of tho public, which they
will endeavor to render comfortable
and acceptable to guests. There
is aUo belonging to the premises a
Where Groin and Hay is always on hand.
NOTICE. This is to notify the public
that Fong Su, known as Chinese Frank
has deserted me and stolen my money, and
that I no longer consider myself bound to
him, and demand my money back.
Jan. &4t LING FOY.
NOTICE. 1 havo admitted James W.
Kansom and William L. Whepley to a
limited partnership in all my business en
terprises, which they will jointly manage
and represent when I shall be absent from
Tho firm name will remain "E. F. KELL
NER," and my business will continue as
heretofore. Thankina the nublic for Its
liberal patronage and soliciting a continu
ance 01 inc same, 1 am
Very respectfullv, &c
E. F. KELLNER.
Globe, A. T., Dec. 81, 1882. jamMt
Notice of Forfeiture.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO JA
cob F. Mueller, that the undersigned
has performed tho annual assessment work
amounting to 8100 for tho vear 1881 and
S100 for the year 1882, on the Ballarat mine
situated on Gold Gulch iu Globe Mining
District, Gila County, Arizona Territory,
and you are hereby notified that unless you
pay your piopoitiou of tho same to-wit:
S6d.G6.ft and the cost of this advertisement
within ninety days from the date of the
publication of this notice, your interest in
said mine will be forfeited to the under
signed according to law.
E. G. MODEN.
Globe, A. T., Jan. 6, 1883. jan6-90d
Notice of Forfeitare.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
Louis Romer, that the undersigned has
performed the annual assessment work for
the year 1882, on tho Ballarat and Sailar
mines amounting to 3100 on each said
mines being situated on Gold Gulch in
Globo Mining District, Gila County, Arizo
na Territory, and you are hereby notified
that unless you pay your proportion of the
same to-wit: S&8.B3J within ninety days
from the date of the publication of this no
tice, your Interests in said mines will be
f 01 felted to the undersigned according to
law and jou will pay for this advertise
ment E. G. MODEN.
Globe, A. T., Jan. 6, 1883. jan6-90d
Notice of Fortnre.
TO ROBERT E. OGILBY AND ALL
whom it may concern: You are here
by notified that we hae expended One
Hundred Dollars In work during the year
1881, and One Hundred Dollars in work
during me year 1882 on inc "Hope" mine In
Coppei Mountain Mining District, County
of Graham, Territory of Arizona, being the
amount required by law to be expended
each year to hold said mining claim. Now,
therefore, if within ninety (80) days from
the publication of tills notice you fall or re
fuse to contribute or pay over your portion
of tho said amounts as co-owner, jour in
terest In said mining claim ill be forfeited
and become tho property of the undersign
ed under the mining laws of the United
States. NEWTON BRADLEY,
JOSEPH F. BENNETT.
Silver City, N. M., Jan. 6, 1883. jaiiG-OOd
To Whom it Hay Concern.
ALL PERSONS, AND ESPECIALLY
the heirs and Administrators of the es
tate of W. C. Wilson, deceased, claiming an
interest in the Cross-Cut mine, situate in
Globe District, Gila County, Teriitory of
Arizona, and particularly described In page
SIS, Book 1, of the records of mines iu said
District, are hereby notified that the under
signed, co-owners In said mine, have done
the assessment work for the year 1882, on
said mine. This, therefore is to notify said
heirs or administrators that if they shall
fail to pay their share of said assessment
work, together with the cost of this notice.
Within ninety da.a.ttl. tli-cxplrattOIl of
this notice, as prescribed by law, then their
said interest in said mine shall utterly cease
una Become tho property of tlio subscribers
JU11JN c. JUJN1SS,
January 6, 1883.
To Whom it May Concern.
ALL PERSONS, AND ESPECIALLY
tho representatives of Edward Gleason,
deceased, claiming an Interest as co-owners
Iu the mining locations known as the Neva
da, North Star and Falrplay, all located in
the McMillen Mining District, in the Coun
ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, are hereby
notified that the undersigned, co-owner in
said mining locations, has done the assess
ment work on them for the j ears 1881 and
1882. This, therefore is to notify said rep
resentatives of tho said Edward Gleason
that It they fall to pay their share of said
assessment work, together with the cost of
this advertisement us prescribed by law,
within ninety days after tho expiration of
this publication then their interest in said
mines shall utterly cease, and become the
property of tho subscriber hereto.
Jan. 6, 1883. jan.6-90
To Whom it May Concern.
ALL PERSONS, AND ESPECIALLY
the heirs or administrators of tho Es
tate of W. C. Wilson, deceased, claiming an
Interest as co-owners In the New Transla
tion mine, situated in Globo Mining DIs
tiiet, Gila County, Territory of Aiizona,
and more particularly described in page
823, Book l;of the records of mines In said
county, aro hereby notified that tho under
signed, co-owners in said mino, have done
the a,sessraent work on said mine for the
year 1882. This, therefore, is to notify said
heirs or administrators that if they shall
fall to pay their share of said assessment
work, together with tho cost of this notice,
as prescribed by law, then' their Interest in
said mine shall utterly ecase and become
the property of the subscribers hereto.
JOHN C. JONES,
, a LOUIS ANDERSON.
Jan. 6, 1883. jdn.0-90rt
Regular communication oi Whlta Moun
tain Lodge, No. C, A. F. & A. M. meets
Thursday's on or tucceedtng each full
Moon. ' Sojourning Brethren In good stand
ing cordially Invited.
By order of the W.M.
CHAS. A. FJSK,
ujr 7tfl Bicretary,
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system, promotes," also, that cheerfulness
which Is the truest Indication of r well-balanced
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GLOBE - - - ABIZONA
Jobber and "Dealer in general .Merchandise.
Banker."Limited," for Special Customers only.
E. F. KELLNER,
PROPRIETOR PINAL CREEK SAW MILLS,
Pinal Mountains - -, - - Arizona Territory
E. F. KELLNER,
GLOBE .... ARIZONA
Lumber Yard. Dealer in Lumber, Mining Timber, , Shingles, etc,
E. F. Kellner & Co., McMillen, Arizona.
E. F. Kellner Richmond Arizona
General Merchants and Miners' Outfits. Proprietor Palace
Saloon and Billiard Hall.
H K. & F. B Tnurber & Co. New York ; Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Bank, San Franeisco
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
WILWOX. A. T. Freight forwarded to Campg Grant and Thomas, Dos Cabeaw, Globe,
Saflord, Fuablo VIejo, and all points aupplied from Wilcox.
LORDSBUEG, N. M. Freight forwarded to Shakspcire, Silver City, Clifton, (A. T)
and all points In New Metleo to oc supplied from Lordsburs.
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OFFICE OF THE GILA COUNTY
Mining Company 81 Milk street,
Room 18. Boston. Nov. 15, 1882. To tho
Stockholders: Notice Is hereby Klvch rou
mat at a meeung 01 tne iwara 01 uvcwwn
held the 16th day of November, 1882,
an assessment, No. . of (10) Ten
cents per share was levied upon the capital
stock of this corporation, payable imme
diately to the Treasurer at the office of the
company at No. 31 Milk street, Kooin 13,
Boston, Mass. s .
Anystocit upon wiucn tnis assessment.
shall remain unpaid for thirty days from
date hereof, will be delinquent and adver
tised for sale at public auction, and unlet.?
payment is made before, a sufficient amount
01 snares oi eacn party s stocks so ueuu
nuent, ill be sold on Thursday, January
26, 1883, to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with cost of advertising and ex
pense of sale, at the office of J. and E. M.
Rand, 93 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine.
By order of the Board of Directors,
GEO. B. TABER, Secretary.
4fr lyo week. $12 day at home euOjr mod
T? " Costly outflt free. Addreu Ttue & Co..
FOR SALE. A dwelling having three
rooms eligibly situated. Price $27C.
Apply to GEORGE 11. AVEKY. .
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i MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
827 SIS WAOAtH AVENUE, OKICAAO.