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THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT.
Saturday, Pebrnary 23,
Battist Cm-ncir Noricr.. Preaching,
Sunday, at 10SW a. iu. Sunday School at
11:80 a", in. Prayer mecling at private res
idence Saturday 550 p. m.
milK SILVER MELT is kept on file at
X li. C. Dakus Advertising Agency. 65
Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Gal
where contracts for advertising can be
made for it.
Office Hours of Giobe & San Carlos Tele
From to 11 :45 a. m. 12:15 to 4 p. and
'7 to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. in.
innd 7 to 8 p. m. .
Night-rate messages must bo liandcd in
before 5:20 p. in. to insure prompt trans
uuision over W. U. lines.
G. M. Allison, Operator.
Board of bupervisors mecl Tuesday,
L. J. Wobstor, arrived from San
Francisco, Saturday 16th.
J. J. Safely arrived in Tucson from
the Quijotoae on the 18th.
Rain fall in Globe, for the past
seven weofcs measured over inches.
Snow is still from eighteen to twen
ty inches deep on the Pinal mountain.
Thomas C. ancTwT C. Smith, left
Monday morning via. San Carlos for
Sale of property, delinquent for
taxes, is postponed e Thursday . the
Snow on the Pinal mountain re
ported as over 3i feet. Sierra Anchas
is also snowed in.
John Kennedy is now in Tucson
from his ranch, on the San Pedro, on
a visit to his family
P. Hamilton's Resources of Arizona j
estimates the rahie of horned cattle j
in the Territory at $7,200,000.
Sale of residue of real property by
administrator of F. B. Knox" estate
wiil take place Monday the 2oth.
Dowd, Kelly, Howland, Sample and
I'elaney, members of the Bisboe band
ius, were sentenced to be banged Fri
dav, March 2Sth.
The storm caused a delay in the ar
rival of mails the nast few davs. Un
der the circumstances the contractors j
are entitled to credit for not losing a
The houe belonging to the estat
of F. B. Knox, now occupied by D. !
Henderson, was sold at public auction
to Tucker and Gerald for $600, tn :
The Tucson Citizen is now con
trolled by Geo. A. Clam and W. W.
II ay ward. S. A. Maal.ve having di.v
i?d of hi- interest to the above
A gentle in an from this place who
wted the Qnijotoas, reports many 1
iloleites there, and without a single'
exception, his .seen none who do nut
wish themselves back.
Tuesday morning an incipient blaze
was discovered in the roof of McNe'.
ly"t saloon, but was quickly extin
guished. The fire was caused by U.
unjointing of a stove pipe.
E. E. Helling" s and W. W. Brookner
have liecaine partners in a mercantile
establishment at the Christmas Gift.
E. O. Kennedy. Banjaimm Drew anc1
wife are sho at that camp.
Lt. George Strong, a pioneer of year
standing, in New Mexico and Arizona,
wa here on Thursday and Friday
from McMiH'-n. George is one of the
men who will do to swear by.
J. K. Smith, superintendent of the
Stonewall Jaekon mine was in town
yesterday. We incidentally learned
that vigorous w:ork will soon be com
nienced on that valuable property.
Judge Thomas M. Bus11, is spoken
ff as a probable successor of the late
A. W. Sheldon, to the judgeship of
the 1st judicial district of Arizona.
Judge Bush occupied a similar posi
tion in San Diego, Oal., for twelve
The Rev. J. F. Berry, late pastor of
the Tucson M. E. Church, now in
Michigan, writes to Frof. G. G. Hall
t f that city that he is fast recovering
h: mental strength and, that in time,
will be as strong and vigorous as
The San '.'arlos stage which should
Lavn arrivd on its last Saturday's
tr-p. did not reach here until the fol
lowing day. having had to camp in
f msejuenc f the arroyo being im
pa able n account of the unusurl
11' w of wafer.
On Monday r vening, February 25th
Th' re will be a regular meeting of the
I. (K 0. F. Work in the initiatory
d gre Business of imi ort to all. A
full attend '.no - requested. All brother-
in good -tending cordially invited,
even p. . sharp.
Dan M"";hy, wa accidently
Is -wned : ihe Putnam ferry, on the
l.jih, whe'i attempting f eross the
G.li in th ag - company's boat Ue
b" .irno cEf ir:?led i&l" rop., which
Leiu the ' at wlfii- crowing die
.Tim.,1. u !: . - a ihr bv i. v:d
Waldo S. Kerr, of whom we wroto
last week as occupying the second bed
in the hospital, died very suddenly on
Tuesday evening. All day Tuesday
he appeared to be improving and
spoke of attending the Masonic Lodge
on Thursday night. Mr. Lanz was
with him at about'half past eight p.
m. and went with the hospital attend
ant Mi. Montgomery, to fetch him
some port wine. Soon after this Mr.
Johnson who occupies the first bed
heard Mr. Kerr give a groan, but was
of course unable to go to his assist
ance, and when Mr. Montgomery re
turned, life was extinct, though Mont
gomery had not Dcen absent more
than about ten minutes. It is sup
posed the immodiate cause of death
was heart disease, and no doubt tho
exposure experienced on hisjournoy
here from tho King accelerated Ins de
mise" Mr. Kerr's friends woro at
once communicated with, but as they
did not respond ho was interred with
full Masonic ceremonies by White
Mountain Lodge No. 5, on Thursday
afternoon. Rev. W. George preached
an appropriate and affecting sormon
from 1 Thcss. IV 13, and 3 rand
Master Baile officiated at tho grave
Mr. Kerr was born in Ireland, and
lived many years in Florida and in
Tecumsch, Neb., and Elk Crook,
Neb., at which latter place he leaves a
wife and daughter. He went from
there about two yoars ago to Alaska,
whore ho was unfortunate in some
mining speculations, and came through
California to Arizona in sonrch of em
ployment when he was &o suddenly
prostrated. We near he has a rela
tive at St Johns. Arizona. For wan
dcring strangers and unfortunates
"like this our hospital fululls an im
portant fumtion, and we hope the
public will liberally support it, and we
regret to hoar it is languishing some
what The sympathies of all the
friends in Globe are extended to the
bereaved wife and daughter in Ne
braska. The deceased was a member
of Elk Creek Lodge, Nebraska, and of
Mount Horeb Commandery, Tecum
seh, Nebraska, and professed to be
long to the Episcopal church.
In another column we speak of
Globe district as a desirable field for
capitalists who intend investing in
mining properties; but it is not only
the capitalists whose attention we
would call to Globe. It is also, in the
truest sense of the word, a poor man's
camp; and just in like manner as we
ha e shown it, by incontestable fig
ures, to be a rieh bullion producing
district we will now prove in an
equally convincing manner that this
ha? been a good camp for the pros
pector. There are a large number of
I romping mining claim-, in the vicin
ity of Glo!c. but the district has not
it-en thoroughly prospected yet, and
offers many inducements to men of
p&ticnce and energy.
... Jntor! of claims here
induce mining im-.i t
to cast their lot with us, and assist in
developing this wonderously rich dis
trict. The following are the names:
R. Eppley, H. Jewell, H. Risbridger,
Wm. Reed, A. Hammond, T. C. Stailo,
E. A. Saxe, N. A. Clark, J. Shehan, A.
Piper, F. Bisvig, J. Thompson, J. H.
Rinehart H. C. Hitchcock, P. Negro,
W. Butterfield, W. V. Kingsbury, F.
F. Burke, P. Laird, J. Epply, P. Bra
dy, A. Nolan, J. Jewell, W. Hope, D.
G". ChiLon, S. Tidwell, W. V. Garling
house, W. Scott, G. Scott, C. P. Ford,
E. Chilson, Con Burns, A. Young, D.
Larre, S. Richmend, F. A. Wildor.
Sylvester, J. W. Haskins, J. V,x.
Wentworth, II. Webber, C. Fraser, P.
B. MiUer, Y. Moffit L. Milnor, P.
Thomas, M. L. Stiles, M. W. Griffin,
M. E. Wobb, L. J. Wilson, John II.
Gibbons, Marco Bojink, T. J. New
land, Frank Tarbell, Henry McNeil,
E. Moleson, II. Taylor, Thos. Boyd.
John Benner, T. Nichols, J. Aikons,
M. A. Baldwin, F. Mitchell, Con Ryan.
E. Gleason, T. Fitzsimmons, L. J.
Webster, G. H.Sisson, Dr. S.C. Ileine
man, M. Whalen, W. A. Holmes, F.
Medler, H. 0. Hoffman, C. Soyer, Dr.
E. C. Thatcher, A. H. Morehead, N.
Palmer, Dr. F. W. Vail, G. A. Allen,
H. Ellis, W. E. Spence, F. Hatch,
Jardin, F. Beardsley, Wm. Woodson,
S. Klein, Chas. nayse, J.- L. Clark,
Chas. Seigol, R. II. Watson, C. Finley,
S. W. Bell, Jos. Chamberlin, D. Har
ris, . Mack Morris, Ed. Lidolph, E.
Dempscy, E. O. Kennedys D. Munson,
J. K. Smith, f J. W. Sharp, 0. Laubach,
J. Caldwell, J. H. Eaton, G. II. Cook,
W. McNelly, A. Bailey, Chas. Denhart,
E. Wright, J. C. Jasper, E. Veaoh, J.
Pascoe, W. Board, J. Reiss, B. P. Cox,
W. Murphy, T. M. Yates, W. Kecler,
J. C. Coplin, J. Collingvood, C. Ban
ker, II. Potorsen,- J. lu-oler, C. E
Buck, E. Bildcrbaok, II. O'Neil, J.
rrics, J. M. u llman, J. Anderson, N
""" " i r m 'ii 1 1 1 1 an in i i ii
oxisoF tick Kiwnr.E 5njini;i:s
John Heith, one of the six Bisb'oe
murderers, and' evidently ono of the
worst of tho gang, was found guilty
of murder in tho second degree, the
verdict being a compromise one, the
jury standing six lor murder in the
first degree, four for acquittal and two
for murder in the second degree. The
verdict not meeting the approval of
tho citixous of Tombstone, they hung
the prisoner, on the 21st inst., and the
body of the lato Mr. Heath is now ro
posing beneath the grass roots.
A Sroat Ilorsc.iua.ti.
Mr. J. II. Goldsmith, owner of tho
Walnut Grovo stock farm, N. Y., says
of tho wonderful curative qualities of
St Jacobs Oil, that having long used
it for rheumatism and on his brooding
farm for ailments of horses and cattle,
he cheerfully accords this great pnin
cure his preference, as the best ho ever
used, in an experience of twenty yours.
Globe has soen smelters; six are
rated as of thirty tons capacity each,
but will run fifty tons of ore daily.
The only drawback is the exorbitant
price of coke, delivered, which ia about
64, and thi.-- price will not bo ma
terially lessened until the distance of
transportation is reduced by rail. Ore
of good quality is must abundant.
The Old Dominion dumps are crowded,
and new bins for the reception of ore
are being built. There are now, prob
ably, not less than 250 tons of copper
at she Dominion Co.'s smelters, await
ing transportation. y
H. N. Elliot, agent for W. W. El
liot it Co., San Francisco, is now in
Globe soliciting subscriptions to an
illustrated book descriptive of Arizo
na, which is soon to be published. It
will give a complete history of our
territory from its incipiency until the
present time. The work will be fine
ly illustrated, an artist bring now in
tho field making sketches, lt will be
a valuable book of reference, and
every Amonan should subscribe for it.
Win. N. Tweid has a contract for
opening and building a road from
Picacbo, on the S. P. R. R. to the
mouth of the O'Brien canyon, on the
Gila, two miles east of Blair's ranch,
and about nine n.ile? s..uti..-,. i of
Dripping Spring, thu briniiiy Globe
within about eighty niiles of raii
transportation. The road when com
pleted will bo a good one with easy
grades. The con'r.ict requires the
completion of the road within ninety
Indians h;tve iri"d to .-dl s.e of
the cattle r -ec n liy -j ; vc-n to t i . . tn i
the government. Their t..k i- de
creasing in nuni'ier. Thi - .n the
north side of the h!:i h.:ve no young
stock. They kill and c-il them. Thus
is shown t:ie re.-u
:!i ell- rt oj
to lauhe the
; the Indian -J ;.;a t:u -nt
' wards stockrai-er .
The masqueraders made merry till
an early hour ihi- morning. The
guests were r-'gaii-d by an imiting
spread, farni-ued by Mr-. Ilyndinun.
and nothing w;u lacking to maL-j the
occasion a plca-ant one for all who
Wc have received no California mail
for several days, in consequence of a
ashout fifty miles in length, on the
Southern Pacific R. R., near Los An
ffeles. It may be a week vet before
trains will run regularly.
Rev. W. George, on last Sunday
evening, gave one of his best sermons,
on The Choice of Esau. Next Sun
day he will continue to give further
lessons from the lives of Jacob and
Mail will leave at 8 a. m., and ar
rive at 7 p. m., making the drive be
tween Globe and Riverside in daylight
till the weather settles, and the road
Dr. T. S. Jlendrix's card is on this
page. The Dr. has wide experience
in the profession of dentistry.
rooms are in the Pascoe Hous6.
Wc call attention to the card of L.
II. Goodrich, dentist, on this page.
The doctor h vouched for as being
master of his profession.
The Gloho school report of scholar
ship and deportment of the pupils,
was handed in too lato for this issue.
At New Virginia, Quijotoas, on the
16th inst, the body of Peter Rageno
vich was found behind a woodpile,
with, a bullet hole in the head. It is
supposed that he committed suicide, as
a 45-calibre pistol, with ono chamber
empty, was found near by. A coro
ner's jury rendered a vordict in ac
cordance with the evidence.
The Flag, at Flagstaff on the Ari
zona and Pacific R. R. notes tho ther
mometer as marking on the 6th and
7th 40-22 degrees below zero. It is
possible that there may be a mistake
in those figures. Flagstaff is on the
San Francisco mountains in about lat
Uilly Lyn, of Tueso, has issued a
chttljange to Kcal McGlood; of ICpmb-1
fitone, to l!ghtT0r .the I?olice Gfl.ette
r-fcdil and ' hampienship of Arizona-
TWENTY-ONE BOOKS IN ONE VOLUME.
Ono Can AfTord to lc Without It.
G. L. Turner is now canvassing for
subscriptions for the publication of a
book entitled "Lives of the. Presidents
of the United States," and will extend
his operations to tho Territory at
large. lie is most thorough in all he
does and no ono will be deprived of
the opportunity, by not being called
upon, of subscribing for so admirable
a work, which should bo in every
household. The book is beautifully
embellished, containing a finely exe
cuted steel engraving of each of the
Presidents from the commencement of
the government to and including
"Arthur. In addition to tho twenty-
one portraits, other attractive pictures
illustrating scenes in the life of each of
the distinguished uentlemcn, together
with engravings of the great centen
nial buildings, Independence and Car
penter's halls, at Philadelphia, Pa.,
Fanut'l hall, Boston, and a represen
tation of the battle of Lexington, as
also four full page engravings depict
ing scenes in each of the four wars in
which the United States have been en
gaged the whole numbering over
sixty. As a book of reference it is
invaluable, and besides it is most at
tractive in every respect. Taylor &
Hatch will also receive subscriptions
for tho work.
Dnilj' temperature for the week:
Feb. 15, max 4S
" 16. max 52
" 17, max 60
. IS, max 60
" 19, -max 50
min . ... 34
l 20, max 65
" 21, max 67
Rain fall, for the week:
- 1 10-100
The motion for a new tria4 in the
case of the Bisbee murderers has been
denied. Dowd's counsel c'aimed that
his client was not legally within the
jurisdiction of the court, having been
brought out of Mexico without being
cxtradicted according to the forms of
law, but without avail.
A good douHe-scutd buck
board for sale; or will trade for a light
spring wagon. Fkank Hammon.
A frc.4i supply of du cscw butter,
and eggs ;it Somcrville's.
Go to Somcrville's for choice candies,
candy toy.-, fre.li fruit .v.c, kc.
All classes of good. at bottom
price-: at Van Wag;-ncns.
Ta'.-ir A. IIuMi are the scle agents,
in thi.- city for Cyru? NoMeV .' lebra
Ju.-r ret- ivod at Somerville's Bakery,
a large and assorted supply of sweet
crackers, ginger .-naps, ilc.
NOTICE. If you want a bargain
in Iron or Hard Wood, go to Alex.
Giv.vdou, Main Street, Globe.
Taylor ic Hatch have in their sta
tionery department, the most varied
a.--.ortment,of tliat lino of goods, and
all of the leading periodicals, and
A new and elegant stock o f men's
hats just received at Van Wagenen's.
A magnificent assortment of Wos
tonholm's eutlory, consisting of razors,
pocket and plioemg knives, at laylcr
Taylor fc Hatch have the finest lot
of imported and domestic wines, whis
kies and brandies ever offered to an
Arizona public. They will sell in
quantities to suit
J. Myers & Hchein desire to close all
accounts on their hooks, and request
those indebted to them to call and
settle, without further delay. The
remaining stock will be sold at very
low prices, for cash.
A new invoice of gentlemen's fur
nishing goods at Van Wagenen's.
JOJJ In San Francisco, Cal., February 1,
Philip II Job, aged 22 years and four
months, eldest brother of Mrs. Fannie
Avery, of Globe, A.T.
Dr. T. S. HENDRIX,
Or FifE Pascoe House, - GLOBE, A. T.
L. H. GOODRICH.
A Wentist of Twenty Ycar Sue
Is visiting Globe for a short time . is
prepared to do all kinds of Dental ork
Latest and most Approved -Styles.
Has a Large Assortment oi artificial
teeth to select Iron.
Those wishin .
do well to call on
Pascoe Hotel. 11
-.1n$r tn no will
ii. 01fi o "iip -Mite the
IH r.-aiu e ; week
mmtmemmjiMB i. iwwnmii!Tn.w cj '
One chunky fat s
vUHorse, branded S
A on lett thigh.
One lark bay or brown horse with bald
face, branded It on left thigh and- 3Icxican
One light bay horse, white strin down
face, four white feet, shar across breast,
from wound made by wire fence Mexican
brands on left tldjjh.
One small bright bay or sorrel mare
mule, branded JIM connected, on left thigh.
A reward will he paid for the recovery of
the abpve animals, or for information that
'Will lead to their rwovnrv.
Globe, A. T.
A13TTrT7i Send six cents for
X l.fcjLJJLLu postage, and receive
free, a costly box or goods winch will help
you to more money rigltt away than any
thing else in this world. All, of either sex,
succeed from first hour. The broad road to
fortune opens before the workers, absolute
ly sure. At once address, Tiic'K & Co.,
Augusta, Maine. dee.ir-ly
! .g lUn MS V. WAG VpS
Thn rnrcror L.'iiB K.irp"! n mkr.
only tho fli'Cf t cltra;-3 Uio w.ni 6-.;1m-duco.
I'rof. Ilcrpfo'u mv tlie Kiritrf-roro
ctKam were mart- fsvciaKy ?r li..a iu I!.v
vaunlroinlraf UiliacroKriMvu !n tci'C"tUl?n
Ikltof Noith C- rt.:.-.a. CiIh Nr.n.-JlH- fiu'st
Icf Kiowa. L! SiaV Hall Durh.i'ii
Hmol.UK Tc)c kiihIo Iirun tho (-:no
leaf urftl la tho Faniiomf'e c.-jrirv. in alro
litfely iuro and ! nriijnoaUoiiaUy the lxt
tobacco ercr ofTcrcJ.
TJiariyrnr"'' izllls'l aia:htc-. ADnf. In
her sketch of AUrsl T..njrKjii, in .'injur
Munthlb, teUc .f her vit t til'. tt?t rot
8hefoiud hiiuMuflk'i'K UIsAt-i!' Litll
Durham Tob!C4i. teut h:m by Itf:i. .lames
liucKrll Iyi7Jl, Ainurluau Aliaiiter to th
Court of St. Jair.(v.
In theiwday tf r.ilultfirstl.'o.lt lcooiii
fortto nnukriK to krt Uistt iti.li ))nr
ham titancl U ulnsJiiUJy .n.e, ami lunAa
from Uw bout tobacco tho t lit ikkIih c.
niack-Ai-H!) Unit I.'nrhsitt Smokijiv 'v
Imwco it th la and purwt n ai! A'.l
(kl hnre It. Xoin atiku!Mi r;ilnxit
the trade llbi t cf the lSuU.
GILA COUNTY, Arizona
FOR THK YEiVIt ENTDIXG
ZDec. 31, 1883.
Anifttor, Frank 1 At 2. block 82,
towi of GIoIh, with improvements
l hereon, less mortgago of 175,
U225; tax ?851, iier cent!. 77.
ltUtl. penalty 1, a
Audio. Trinidad lot of land unit
cabin thereon about of a mile
northerly from the town of Globe
boiuidetl on cue .south by the On
t iuiiiil mill !it.' and on the rast
by tb'- Globe and WheaUiehl wag
on road j-50, I hi.Tses 80, 2 wagon-;
;7o: tax ?&), per cent added
.2U. fi-cs .313,. j i iialty .f 2,
1 oilman. Stella i t a, block 63. town
of dli.Ite, eojicr'te building there
on iO0; tax SI 1.60. per cent added
SH. fees .Tit. jK'iialtv cl,
JJr."wn,O.M. h t 2.1.!. k 71, town of
Glol-i'. fraine hfiiiM- dxTeoii &MU
h.tu.-'l--!.l fur:iit:ir t-St). tax "12.
17. Jht a lit .iddrd .t. fee .7,-,
Bear. L"wh hoie in 'own of Me
Milk'ii. s.mtlt of anl .tlnuit 1)0 di
f;..:u lb-' Mi'.. : t. i l.i'.7:t,
l-i r t !:t adiled .4. J'i A. ji !ia!ty
liititt ri).'ic!'. J.!.n 1 horse . to:ls
.-50. furr.it tire jjlO; tax f.i.lU. j r
cent al I' d .15. l t .20. p. ti i!f. .-1.
Din hctt. .l.t.-eph 1. um' in Hieh
nit'i;J Da -in. about l.Vi aril -uth-.-r-Tlv
ln.-i tbeMhr Xitgv't
h'iting "i-k MU0: tax 2M. jh r
cent aii ii-1 .13. fvex .IS, penult; 1.
Ur:ti'. . ili.S.K. inrtgigpR i-t
2. Iti" iv 7's c 17o; fax l.y8. i r e'iit
r.iM. 'I v - JJl. T amity ,-i.
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M'.'et. IX Vtr.l !'
r.'i .In- I i - ill- e tin re.n: i
;.. ad-i : -J.t". a-.--'
C :it;-:i. i.w .'.iii.iii ('oi!ii"ny
a mil; .-in- on we-t siiL of I'iiial
er-'k and about "f a mib- lri.ni
ti-.' northi r! lioeof the town of
(iloJM' witii a tt a !ii;!'i ijuastz
mi!! sii.I la.u ! h.ery ti.. rioii, to
g''!ierwitli in. it i.'.uliii:.-,'. a--,iy
building and blacksmith -lioj
Uu'reon. l'-s mortgage, eo.ring
foil aito;uit a-ed IJaby ilm
at the Centennial mine h'.T'O. as
say outfit 100, mining tool.-, ;fi(X,
friinie building at the Centennial
mine known .i the superinten
dents hounc ?800, franie house at
tht Centennial mine known as the
Centennial boarding house 5150,
frame house at the Centennial
mine known as the Centennial
lodging house &150, Centennial
Co's stable $50. ore scales at the
Centennial mine $250: tax $40 M,
pec cent added 82.03, fees 52.5(3.
Caideron, M. lot 10. block S2, town
of Globe, with improvements
theren. les ne rtgage t,i 150,
?0, houMei;old furniture ;-25: tax
per cent added $1.27, fees
31.C0, penalty ?2,
Chafiin, Bro's C mules $700. 2 hor
spp 3100, 2 wagons 250. harness
SCO. watch $20; tax j2.77. per cent
added fees S2.urt, penaltv SI,
Clark, Mrs. C. M. lot l,hIoc-k75,
town of Globe, with improve
mentH thereon WOO, furniture $100;
tax S17.10. per cent added .87, fees
S1.09, lenalty $2.
Carey, II. M. lot 7, block 73. town
of Globe, with improvements
thereon, less mortgage of ?500 to
Sidles and mortgage of 5500 to
Ha-sklns F1S00, Tot 11, block 75,
town of Globf, vacant 5150. black
smith and wheelwright tools 315Q,
baker v fixtures 550; fax SG2JJ5, per
cent added $3.12, fees .58.93, penal
ty f 2,
Coplin, J. C house and blacksmith
shop on the Co.v & Coplin mining
claim situated about 0 miles north
erly from Globe, about mile
southerly from Furnace Gulch
and about i mile westerly from
the Mexican mine $'300, mining
tools $50: tax Sl'.lc, per cent add
ed .51. fees .61, penalty $1,
Cominski, Thos. frame house at
Pioneer on tin; Pioneer South
mining claim $50: tax $1A5, per
cent added .7, fees .'.), penaltv $1,
Clark. J. C lot 2, block 93, town of
Globe, witu improvements there
on $1; tax S11.G0, per cent added
.5S, fees .73, penalty SI.
JDeboise, K lot 5, block 78, town of
Globe, with the improvements
thereon $1000, furniture $100; tax
$8I.r-0, per cent added $1.00, fees
$2.01, penalty $2,
Edes, G. G. shake house on the
South Pioneer mining company's
land $0. blacksmith tools $50;tax
S2.82. per cent added .11, fees .11,
Elison. V. I. possessory right to
ranch on Tonto creek adjoining
the ranch of Frank Clinc on tho
south ?100, half interest in water
ditch 100; tax $5.80, per cent add
ed .!, fees .3t5, penalty $1,
Fitch, Francis N. E. quarter of
block 55, town of GIobp,$25. house
hold furniture $100. watch 25:tax
$4.35. per cent added .22, fees' .27,
Fame Silver Mining Co. Silver bul
lion ?7), 50 tons of ore $1000, min
ing ami blacksmith tools 100: tax
$21:;.Ch;, per cent added $12.1; jjees
$1515, pemilty $1,
Friedman, E. balance due on mort
gage on lot 10, block 78, town of
Globe, $7iT0; tax $21.75, per cent
added $1.09. fees $1.87; penalty SI,
Fountain S. solvent ddbts SICoD:
tax 2U, per cent added l.ln. ft-es
eL L A A S .-7nr A i t A
dJ k Q liri tX'T?) i v - i
F.!j. "J ly
'ord, C. P. marc and colt $00, mule
$7o; tax 3.t(2, per cent added .1&,
fees 5. oenalty $1. 5 SJ
Guerra, Mrs. (2.-25x100 feet in lot 1,
block 75, town of Globe, with
frame Iioum! thereon $400, lots,
block 82, town of Globe $50, lot25,
block 82. town of Glr.be $250, lota,
block 87, town of Globe, adobe
store building lhereonSli;oo.hou.-e
hold furniture .50: tux .07.15, per
cent added $8.11, fees $2.21, penal
ty $2, 77 m
Guerra, Mateo limine and lot about
M mile Houtherly from town of
Globe near county road nt llrst
crossing of Pinal creek and abotit
800 yards northerly from Freder
icksburg brewery $-100 Jll, muleu
?17X), 8 wagons $1000; tax $80.9?),
per cent added $-l.lt, fees 5.60,
jienalty$2, 102 05
Globe fee Co. lot 10, block 20, town
of Globe, with improvement
thereon S2000; tax -t58, wr cent
added $2.90. fees ?3.l, jjcualty $1, 65 55
Graham, Geo. W. 7 wagons 1000,
81 oxen $1275; tax $65.08. yv.r cent
added S3J50, fees $l.ltj, penalty $1, 74 41
Gila Count Mining Co. 1 ten
stamp quart mill at Miami on
west prong of Pinal creek on east
side theteof about 400 yards from
forks of said creek aiid is com
monlv known as the Miami mill
together with the land upon which
said mill stands and ail machin
ery and appurtenances thereunto
belonging, also one adobe house
on west aide of road in front of or
opposite to said mill, less mort-irn-o
of $10,0?f. 350(!0: tax S14S.
per cent addid $7.25, fee? $9.1?.
Itennlty $1. 162 JkJ
Hammond, Wm. money en luuid
$210, mortgage on Pinal brewery
S1200, lot $00; tax 18.50, per cent
added S2.18, fees $2.74, penalty $2, 50 1?
I lay ward, J. P. house and lot on
foot of lhe mesa west of Piual
creek, about 1C0 yards south of the
M. Lotus brewery mid about ltiO
yards wet of Ute Frcderlcteibtirg
brewery $75, 8 roules 120, 1 hotms
10, 1 v.a.on 60; tax &SM,irr
cent added .42. fees penalty $2, 11 52
lliiton, Iotiisa lot 18. block Wl,
town of Globe, with improvements
thereon, less mortgage of $2CO,
500, 1 cow 10, furiiUnre $10; tax
$15.U5. per cent addetl JtO, fees ?1,
lenalty $2, 19 75
I loir, Hobert P. Cabin, Corral and
lot of land on east side of county
road near the junction of San Car
los and Pioneer roads, adjoins the
property of .1. Jli'imwey on the
south $150. 1 horse $Co, wagon 15,
harnesH $20; tax $S.12. per cent
added .il. fees JH. iienalty $2. II Oi
1 Inwlej . Sirs, lot 21, Mock 82. town
ff (iiolve, with the fmpro.'ciiieiitf,
therecn S00: fax $11.50. er cent
added .72. fees .91, pcnalti $1. 17 13
Hazard,,!. T. 3 horses, t saddle. 1
watch $150; tax $4.85, jer cent
added .22. fees .27. penalty .1. 5 81
Iiawes, Wm. 1 horses $S"Ju, 2 wag
ons $126; tax $12.33. per cent add
ed .62, fees .77, penalty 1, 11 72
I Iawcs, Geo. 3 horses 5225. wagon
$50, Harness $25; tax $$.70. per
cent added .13. fees 55. p nalt;. 1, 10 68
1 i all horse S73, w ;tgon 00, harntss
25. Ihituiliold ami kitehen furni
ture $10; tax $4.L per cent added
.23, fee .29, penally $1, 0 16
IIowvll, ('. F. lit roue and lot in
week 88, town of Globe, adjoins
the Silver Era mill site on the
weit. $275; tax $7.96. tier cent add
ed .40, fees .DO, liuiialt) 4H, 1 SS
Ilnekine. J. W. mortgage on lot 7,
block 75, town of GTobo. $500; tax
$14.50. per cent added .73, fees .91,
penalty $1, 17 14
Iri'nc Mining Company mortgage
on Centennial mill and mill .-ite
$2100; tax $710.50, per cent addct!
35 51 fees ?14.7. penalty SI. 71 i 7
Jones, It. V. 2 ntities $3U0, wagon
$50; tax $7.25, per cent added M.
fees .46, penalty $1. 9 07
Johnson. V. V. jewelry $600; tax
$1 1.5a, per cent added .73, fees .91,
penalty $1, 17 li
.lustier and Morehead frame hou.se
about of a mile .southerly from
Silver Huggft quartz null and
about IK miles northerly from
Emellne mine, $100: tax $2.0- per
wnt added .14. fees .IS, penalty $1. 1 22
Jen kin ; and Deckhartr-Ploneer
Iwwery huiklings amlott!t situ
ated oa I). LarrtJ mining claim
at Pioneer, about 150 fet north of
Mollie ltoM-r.krantx. hout. funii
tme and apporUmances Ihcrrtmto
beionginp, b -s lien of $179.30,
$20.80. suvk in rnid ? furni
ture tax ,"23.80, per rent add-
etl -18), f-e $1.50, ?enatT i.
Joiit T. estate !- t 1. blwk W,
town of Glofcp. improved $4W), lot
21. Mock 82, twii of Globe, vacant
M50; tax S15.M. per cent atkicd iftl,
fees $L penalty 1,
Johnson,SIr. ;f liorsea $200, wagon
?75, harnes $25; tax fsS.70, per
cent airted .43, fees i$, penalty $1,
Kerr. TI103. S. small unihiing hi
SicMHIen onaoutii side of gtihh
opjiosite tltc residence of win.
Murphy; tax $ t.tu, ter cent atldod
.07, fees .09, penalty $1,
Kincnid. Adam 16 burros and
flpk saddle iOO; tax tllJSO, ier
eent added fees .78. rwnnltv SI.
King. Malhew bakery ffxtare5r$50,
10 corns woou coo; tax jfa.!'.!, pr
cent ahlcd .16. fees .20. nnalt i?l. 4 55
Lawrence. Geo. W. house ou east
side of Pinal erecte, about 4 miles
northerly fnmt OhibO, $76, house
ho!d furniture $25; tax ?i90, per
cent added .15. fe? .IS. oenaltv r 2. S 2!?
Malory. William lot 10, Work 88,
witn improvements Usercon, less
mortgage of $225, $275. furniture
i25; tax ?sJ.70. per cent added 48,
fees J5, penalty $2. 11 C8
Mesa. Francisco lot 6. block 73.
towu of Globe, with the improve
ments thereon $600, lot 4, block 7S,
town of Globe, vacant $290: tax
$23.20. ' cent added $1.16. fee
$1.46, tenalty $1. 26 82
Mann awl Martin frame lionse in
Pioneer on the Pioneer Mining
Co's ground and adjoins Harry
Hoiborn's house on the north,
$800, 2 horses $100. stock in trtMle
$425, billiard table $800; tax $32.)8,
per cent added $1.63, fees $2.06,
penalty $1, 37 82
Mather, M. W. household and
kitchen furniture $200; tax $5.80,
por cent added .29, fees ,86, penal
ty gl, 7 45
Millner, Joe 1 horse $50; tax $1.45,
per cent added .07. fees .09. penal
ty $1. ' 2 61
Myrick. Dave 2 horses $100. wagon
?50, harness $15: tax $0.21. per
cent added .31, fees .S9. penalty $1, 7 54
Moweir. Q. lot 29. block 82, town
of Globe. $300; tax $8.70. per cent
added .11, fees .55, penalty $1, 10 69
McDonell, A. AN'. horse, saddle, bri
dle nnd watch $75; tax $2.1?, per
cent added .11. fees .1 1, penalty $1, 3 43
Nelf, Susan P. 2 adobe houses on
the Stonewall Jackson mining
claim $100, 83 cattle $551. 6 horses
$180, 6 hogs $-10, furniture $20; tax
$27.0$. per cent added $1.36, fees
$1.71. penaltv $1, 31 15
XefT, Mitchell nnd Tidwell about
50 tons of ore on the dump at Neil
son mine $1500; tnx 43.50. per cent
added $2.17, fees $2.74, penalty $1, 49 41
Ohlig, A. lot 20, block 82, town of
Globe, improved $800, stock in
trade $10J. saloon fixtures $50,
musical instrument $500: tax
$12.05, per cent added $2.l0, fees
C2.65. penally $2, 4S 80
Ohlig. Fanny lot 19, block S2. town
of Globe, improved $500, house
hold furniture $100; tax $17.49.
per cent added .87, fees $1.10, pen
alty $2, 21 37
Oliger, Joe possessory right "lo
ranch on Coon creek, kuown as
Yankie Joe's ranch $150, water
right i50. 6 horses 200. 6 oxen 5250.
wagon 50; tax $20.80, per cent
added $1.02. fees $1.23, penalty S2, i 1 CO
Parras, Was 2 horses ?75, wagon
and harness S25; tax $2.90, percent
added .15, fees .18, penalty il, i 23
Pioneer Mining Co. five stamp
quartz mill on the Pioneer mine
at fhe town of Pioneer together
with concentrators, machinery
aud appurtenances thereunto be
longing 812,000, hoisting works at
the Pioneer mine 500, blacksmith
shop $75, mining tools S4C0, 10
sleeping rooms &00. lieuse occu
pied by W. 3Iurphy $150. house
occupied as Palace HcVtauraht
SQ0, furniture and fitouk in trade
$300, IB town ji& iit Plancer
'etwd fr ptfrptfie .-2$o. 7
JnirroB tlOC, 50 tons of ore at "tho
Pioneer mine 7SO, 30 tons of, ore,
on Ute Center Pioneer mine ?tC0;
tax 525.77, per cunt added 3129,
Itoe, A. P. siimlf cabin on the
north bank of the Jnsoor gulch
about 200 yards ea.st of tho trail
leading from Globe to ilia Cox. &
Coplin mine and about milct
south of the Cox & Coplm mine
$f0, horse and saddle 850; tax 5210,
per eent added .15, fees .18, penal
Itobbins,.!, C Iiotjo f0, 28 on
?810, ! wigonftitiOO, iMJiiseliolo and
kitchen furniture J.V. v -tti i; - V);
tax W8.72, ier cnt added tZli,
fees iHM. penalty J,
Ilangei, IVtraniln kit 2, bloc k si
town of Globe, s-.ftjfl; tare S.7o. p-r
cent added ,j:5. U-tf .55, penait. 1,
Itobb. Dona fd -half mtret t;, lit
12. bloek "'.. town of .'obe -1;0;
cash u hand 0; tax Ut!i. tier
eent addt ! .22. t .27.penalt 2,
Iieeher!ina-l: r. 1 mortgage ou th.i
St. Lours brew 1 mstn; tax 17.1,
Imt cent ,bi f .-7, fees ?1.10. pen
Kiuehart. J. If. !.,t 7, block SO.town
of Globe. tKiO- tp-r 1.18, p r
aiklMl .L'l. fn-s .7. H-iiKJt l.
SstiiclM-t, Mis. , )2, block S3, tor,
of Globe, inii.ro . tax -17..
per wilt a4lde .s7, feeti 1.10. 1 u
Save, E. A. lot., 1 awl 5, blwk
town of Uoi -l(0. Jut 6. block,
w, town of ; '(.l.. fgou. po.vM.ry
nslit to ran h it Moody Tank. 3
miles we-oerh ' t'tii town of Clot-.-1
11 tlie .S;J.,( Kii ".' trail, with ini-
1 i'.vi ' kf. tli 5XJt)r j)s.-es-'.r
ri.trJ.t ' r;' : h f Piual mou.
tam aiet lt; mikK sonthtrlv
froia the tow n - f (.lobe and about
2 mik soiubrr'A from the -id
mill site of M. Rreiuen U:e,
iiorstv. -S-V'. iZ in o i. s f46tl. 12 -at-tley21fi,
Mi ;:. s P O. poultry $5fi
2 wagons iic. , i,,- ?ist, ham. -.
S.0, fu.:.,t!tr -i5: Ux$104JtJ. fx r
eeriad.-d 0.22, lm "7. oea-
Sam .It 111 loi, s.
(tloke iui; r-i
f 118 1-1
-k ill, town of
;; tax !l.ro.
irt-r cent added .. fees .73. i,o-
M.!l-Mr.s.--i' ; 1. CS,tow.iof
(.! .Le -int. i-'.-t.y.-e on Jot 7,
block 75. t..vt ,,; wiube ?TK?0: tax
-17.40 per -i 1 r t' iUed .87. 1 es
sl.ltf, jnait -
Smith. t W. !o: L'. I. !oek, W, tor.n
of Gbib' w'th a -t.vM luiuM rt af
iii thereii -110: t.. . jK-r nt
s.':'ed f.-en .:','. , nalt
SelifJI, IJ In rt--L' 'i . -K's and sadd.
tax .to. ;,- 1 -at .:ddetl .11.
U-t -H. .em"?-. -i
Sho.utlter. J. A. house and ('ivn',
north ot rod :(,- the i-a;.i
grouuii tii i'! ti ag, nc bu" d
'.uu. At (aer.. toti.iril
owned and !: .j. il by CT. .".
lie!! as a .stoic ;,rd dwelling
hou.e -l.ooo. hi.H' and -orrul.
ab. it 2e var.N i.orlh of tlie ac 1:
e '.tatl boiisi'. i'-itiicrly iwnrt
ai.d wuj.ied by Iiiseas a store
i-100. ho:s., corrsi! and stab!"
aboii 100 aids .s-nii iierlj fnun the
agt ncy gua .1 !. 1 -e. form, r!
oweeil and tr.-upieil by Iieubeii
Wirf-d ti - a -t :e ;t!'l station t600.
stt'k of uifr.-iiaudiM; in two
store at .sari Carlo $SjOUO; tax
2M. -r cent added 40. tees
tl7. ih naltt .-2.
Smith. .1. K. si!-.. r bullion 3400. 2
wat.-tMrs i-40. tiel.i glass e20. nrle
$30. pbitol-i. $13, lyoi-firdx.f wtx d
$600: tax r cei.t addtd
fees -.Oi. ; halty -h
Takoma C'ij:-r i.,. hoardiie
house at the T.it.t ma mine
1 horse ;'.3o, i. i'i.a tools ,2j,
lihirkMll.tl. tools ".JL 40 tell f
eop'-er bull'. .11 s-J.( : :ax $131.if5.
iwrcent ad-!ed st;.f u-s 4hJl.
Town of (Hob.--i,-, L locks of land
01. aaterly liii'- f Utv. n site of
'fk-be. Xos. 1 t. 15 iaclu-ive 15,
15 block ; i nd a. town of (,lo!x
os.W to 3o 1.. !;i.. s75. S blocks
ot land 1.1 to.vn f ''. Vi.s. 31
t-37 iiitlii. io spui. " l.;,rk.s of
hunt in town of (-'i.;-e X,.-. 8 to
45 iiw lushe 7 Mioekft ol land
in the town r f (,l;.l e Nos. 45 to 52
inclusive $140. 1 blocks of land in
the town rf tiU'W N'o 56 to Z9 iv.-cl-.i
,:ve i8o.bl t: U and 6 town
of Globe ;1.V,. & 0f Itwl iu
the ?oA;l 01 (i;.ti,t Ci's. 67 to 72
inclusive 120. lo- l. ,l-k 78
town of (Jb.be -I ! ; 24, bb-.k 73.
town f Globe .;.'. s. IL corner -f
biTk 81 town i (fkbe $1: tax
j-2ti.Wl.par erm add d $Lta fees
?L-tc penalty 1,
Thatcher, E. C furniture $50, sur
gl. -,tl hi?tii!rae;i:.s 30; tsx '.'.i
i- r c-nt addefl Jo. ft cp .13 m r.'d-
1 ti Know n ov. iier '. : : rue hot: so near
Pie m-er camp, north of CraWs
slaughter eorral. and almnt 50 ft.
v. est of the Glor e and Dripping
Spring wagon rad Ur. tax f 1.15,
percent added .07, fees .W, penal
Unknown own-r fvj'iw boue 130
feet north ot (,cra!4s flanghter
correl. and about 50 ft wtM of
the Glolie and Dripping Spring
wagon road $50; pr rent adJed
.07, fee .0. penalty .1.
Tuknown owne rnnail adobe
buildhig on Soi:h Pkfiieer mhi
ivK claim $100: tax $2.10, per cent
added .15. fees uaiatty 91,
Vail, Mrs. IrenhflfsVhoW funii
ture $100, jewelry 100; tax ?5t0,
per eent addtd .2f, tees -Stf. pen
alty f 1,
Yandi-raee, Geonic Washington
one-liaif interest in kH 14, Week
70, town of Globe 'M0: tax $-c0.
per cent added .29. fees M, pen
VanglmJi.C. house and lotoa wwt
sicfe county road, southerly from
the town of Giobe. ami adjoins
tlie Fretleiirbury Iltewery on
the south $200. 4 horses $00, 1
wagon ?-75. mowr-r $25. harness
.25: tax $1.0H. percent athled
$1.05. tees $1J2, i- nalty t2.
Wood. Umber. 10 homes $1,000.
2 stages $800. 1 buggy S100, jewel
ry $50: tax ?t4.S5, ir cent added
$2.26. fees ?23. inalty SI,
Wonder Mining Co. 1 mill site at
the old Stockman camp about 1-1
mile northerly from the Globe
and McMillen wagon rond, i 8
stamii tpmrtz mill thereon,, dwel
ling house. Ac. 1.2tK), 3 tons of
ore at mil' o: tux $87.41, per
cent added r I S7. lees $2J!S, pen
Wiliman. J. Mc.- mnlcs SS00, 13
horM's t'SCO. 5 wagons $C0. 11 set's
harness $110, corral $&100 cord
wood $6C0; tax $82.94. percent ad
ded $1.15. fees ?58, penalty $1,
Wiliman. D. I. house and lot in
Pioneer about SCO yards northerly
from the Pioneer Brewery and
about 100 jards southerly" from
foot of grade on toll road S25V,
household and kitchen furniture
$50: tax $8.70. per cent added A
fees .55. penalty !-"2.
Whelan. M. horse anil paddle $75;
uix $2.18, per eent added .11. fees
.15. penalty $1.
Work, Jas. 11. mortaage on
O'Dougherty and Big Johny coii
ler mines, Globe District $25,000;
tax $725, per cent added S3&25,
fees $45.0i, penalty $1,
Public notice is hereby given that unless
the taxes delinquent, in tho foregoing list.
together with costs and percentages stfii;
paid, Ute real property nion which sueh
taxes are a Hen, will be sold at public auc
Thnrstlay, the I t day of February.
1881, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of tliattiay, in front,
of the Sheriffs office, at Globe, Gila County,
The above sale is hereby postponed until
THUTtSDAY the 28th day of February
l$$i, at the same hour and place.
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