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'Sinturttay, October 4.
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' 'JtAiUS: VUlHHIll HUHUB.-ti UAVIHUKi
Sunday, 10) b. in. Sunday Sehoolft
IldK) s. in, I'mver meeting ana JJIblo
tiuly, Fridnv, 7:30 p. 114 at private rssl-
TTUiK SILY15U DEiT k kept oa file ni
a k. i Dakiii AAivurusiiuf ajmiicv, us
"r.u,"!?aiiL KxtVhritt&i. Shu FrRiiolweu. Gal
w?nra contrite fKr" advnrtMn.tr ean bu
Office Hour of Globe & -San Carles TcIe
FjmSta Xlrf6au.ro, 12tS to 4 p. hj- ami
7toJn.ii. SntklftV lioars8 to 10 s. nn
timl 7 Tin S IV. m.
Nkiht-cato ni&wmeus tonist be handed in
bufre-Ss9 p. m. to insure prompt trans-
, . I&M.Aton, Operator.
OSee dfen on wwfc crjs, Inwa ;3a until
1 jb. aoHi. . MHl7dp.Ba.
3T All mail liases at IS at.
W. S. SMe8, Psteaster,
jjr Register if desire to1 :vote.
a 5. Farquar deaves for SaijLiEran
cisQoto-morraw. fie will rsj&abDiEt
tbo j?5tb inst
Straight whiskies just received from
bond, at 12 oeuis a drink at
Chjs. Hoi.bobn & Go's.
Frames is omitting Uic sheds in bis
orral and making everything snug
before the approach of winter.
J. J. ofjbnrgli trad George Newtau
4 oft on Thursday for Pleasant Yalloj
to attend the roud np in that vicinity.
Julius KroniK. in the employ of
Horst & Wiley, has gone to Case
Grande to meet his wife and chiWron
who are oa their way here iirom St
Indians from the San Carlos Agency
are said to be roauaing through the
Sierra Ancbas in quest of game, and
doer, in consequence, are scares is
that wet ion.
Alfred Kinney, IChomas Lenergan,
Andy Barthlett and Edwasl Howell,
left last Sunday for Tonto aad Green
valley and expect to be absent about
New? was brought to town yester
day that Abe Watkins had received
some severe braissg from his horse
falling with him while he was trying
to corral some broncos.
Mr. Q. C. Tebba vnas absent from
town ftr several days ibis weekv-on a
sad Htweioa, !&iag been cHed;t0 at
tend the funeral of his little grand
daughter. Eunice Bobertson.
A block of ore, weighing 400 pouads
. andaying 30 per cent copper, bas
beenWeeu out of the Old Globe mine
and will figure in the Gila. County ex
iabit at :he K ew Urleans ExKTtio.
. 1 O , Hi.
Sheriff Ben Pascoe and famiiy and
Thomas Pacoe have vacated lire mi-8
-dence sold to Salo Behein, and now oc
capy their Houses lately acquired, oa
theliiHVcgt of town. It is a pleasant
Alteration are being made on 2Ir.
Sate Bchein's residence which will
grgaSjr enhance its comfort and ap
pearaiice. It will be ready for occu
pancy .by the time Mr. Schein and
bride arrive from California.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pemberton lost
.another child by diphtheria a few days
ago, which was the second death in
their famihy caused by that dread dis
ease. They have the sympathy of the
communit y in their sorrow.
. The second edition of Hon Patrick
Hamilton's "Resources of Arisen a"
jH;iLhe ready far delivery within ten
daysHK vTtiHSea targe and handsome
ly bnd volume, giving fuli and re
liablRtformation about our Territory.
A sen of Mrs. Howard met with a
painful accident on 33mrsday near the
school bouse. He, with other chil
dren, was playing about an old wagon
which fell over and caught Master
Howard's arm underneath, factoring ii.
"Wo dfesire to call attention to the1
advertisement of Henry Pranck. Hb
ijpeciallgr hi fine boots and shoes of his
own in'iko. and he has gained the rep
utation of turning out first class work.
He ksx inovd into more commodious
quarter, adjoining Jo?. Uednian's
meat market. Give him a. call.
Wm. McGee of Chautauqua county,
Kansas, who has been tho guest of
Capt Watkins, was so favorably xm
preed with tho Toato couatry thai?
he ha decided Ia) locate there and e
gae im stock, mfig. and with that
view;ftij relumed Sb Kansas for his
i';in?iij. tn Brack MwGee lives
at tferf atkins raneli and is a eowipje
tcnt stock mtuj.
E. T. "Mu-ppby remrncd from San
Franciseic on jdnsdy. He informs
us that b Idt . Thujas Hnntiltoii
who wm injur fed by th explosion ia
jjiost snifai pgAwtan tnat city.
; Jbet e fej&beeH no" noeAble dne
IKti L4.S4flIHiiKli DU m Bill'. IMSii4 It! litl IIUlttlHiT 1 JW7ta IVWIH IXHT, 8M SMlTl QCmDl'SlES iff LPV . a&TV; QI r EZ.tfM.Jv w , i-rrtiMfiJ--i'IHfii a ..l-''., . r" t IffHfTfl ffT
-m fmmfwm f&.-mt' -imSsmm mwwrw-p?' -ww.st .-.jg.;-. - j
3?h8 dw&piHMtimiiee of so -vonaxy
strange fseas from oar strctiis, attract
ed here last week by tboi session of;
court and the political cbavantions,
hasniadeanolieoablo ohalige in the
appiaranee of tli town, ;and would
lead the despondent to believe Hhat we
have started in on a Kip Van Winkle
sleep. "We can safely say to the con
trary, howeyar, that G?lobe 'has morei
vitality than almost any ..otihor camp
2-he Old Globe mine is working- Mi
shifts, and producing wonderfully rich
ere, jnuoh of 4t going as high as 80
aad 40 per cent in oopper. Opera
tions with, the diamond drill have
been resumed and are progressing
satisfactorily. One smelter has bean
temporarily shut down, but will be
blown in again tn a few days. The
run-made by the two 80 ton furnaces
last month wa phanominal the out
put aggregating 401 tons of coppor
bullion. This showing is &Q, the more
oxtraordinaty from the faqt that one
fumnee was idle eleven days out Qf
Other properties, both oapper and
sUver, are being quietly -doyelgped
and many 5how good 'bodies of ma.
5orojts evajy reason, to feel qnoour
aged by the present outlook.
A SEW BATV'il 2rV XHBOK.
We are in rocoipt of a loiter from
Qttrfejaner townsman David Hendor
son, at-present in San Franoisco, in
forming .us tfiat he will, aboui October
J5th,qpn,.A. bank in Tueson.nth the
proteotion and co-operation of the
Anglo-California Bank Limited. He
further states that it will be condueted
on intelligent and liberal prinaipioe,
yetwith a due regard for the safety
ofdepojUocs. Yocan oommoud Mr
Henderson as being a prudent, saga
cious and reliable financier jm whom
Ibc Ajiglo-California Dank places im
plieit confidance. He solicits the pat
ronage of people of Globe havingbusi-
ness to transact in Tueaon aad prem
ises them the best of treatment. The
new bank watt he a desirable aeomsi-
ion to the business interests of Pima
To Mine Owners and Others..
Having been appointed local coa-
miacianer to represent Gila County at
the Worlds Industrial Exposition to
b held at Ifew Orleans, La., and
opened 'Beoember 1st, I therefore re
speetfnlly request tlie hearty oe-opem-tion
j0 every one interested ia the
welfare of Gila County. It is my de
sire that ie rofcoufcees of our county
shall be fully and .properly exhibited
To that end I request that specimens
of minerals, fluxet, country rock,
building material, &a, be 5eut to me
t Globe, properly labled, net later j
than the ;20tb of Gotober.
ComrmssionQr for C0la Gountv.
Gtoae, A., T., Oot S, 3SS4.
En. Silver Belt Dfiltr Sir: Thutre
being conajderabk speculation our
rem,. regarding my candidacy for the
office of Justice of tile Peace, I deaire
to announce to the public threngb the
columns of your paper, that, notwith
standing ail reports to the contrary, X
will be an Independent Candidate for
that hono,r- H elected, wall strife io
perform the duties of the office, thor
oughly and' conscientiously, with a
jnst regard for the rights of this com
munity, regardleas of faction or croed.
Very respectfully yours &c
People Oi discernment must admit
that rail connection with the outside
world is what Gila county mot needs1
to develop her latent wealth, and with
out which we can not hope for mueb
prosperity. Several projects were
formed which at the time of their in-i
caption jgave promise of success, but
months have passed and we are ap
parently no nearer the attainment of
a railroad than before. What ara you
going to do about it? Bemaiu" vquib
ly regxoting the dull times and .our
remoteness from a railroad, waitnng,
JLtcawbar like, "for something to turn
up? There must be a deierminsfL;
?Tort, concortea and harmonious ac
6fon, if our ears are to e laddned
Vy Hie whistle of the locomotirp.
A teajnator from Mesa City, freight
ing fyiUt from Tempo, arrived in Globe 1
yBerday, his team showing such e?i
darce of having been unmetei fully
and otherwise inhumanly treated
tojiMxe general attention. He was J
very properly repriraiuded by Jr9tie
Fox. v.hft reouired that be .should!
wash fpo keerated fieeh of the tmittfaisl
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and iiu phym out until they werp in
pr&pex pHtto travel, piorwise
bet wouU be Retained arid- Inetl- One
of hi hoee iBed bu the ayiauoth.e',
oa ifei Jtslg, was tied-Slid the
The Gibjup case will be fimpvfid to
,GbdiLKil be remmbgiaa, -m
county, as it was found bnfioi-
to m i tlal jury in. Bia 'iJOttntj.
Stiver itolt" ScacrA.
There -'are 188 convicts if: the
tentiary at Yuma.
The Willoox Southwestern. Stock
man states that W. S. Davis has nogo
tiated tbe sale of the Groafi American
mine, torn Scotch syndicate for $25Oj0Q.
J. D. i'toymers new conoantratsngl
mill, at rmal, has been completed and
started up under the management of
Mr. Chas. 0. Allen, former asaayor for
the Silver King company .-Enterprise.
The Flagstaff Champion saysi "J ohn
D. Lavern, of New York oifjr, presi
dent of the Aiiaona Cattle ajjd Wool
Growers Ajigooiation, ti2iv4d here oa
'Thursday- last cohiiany has
purchased two ranches 5n the 'Priseo
mountains. It ie probably the most
wealthy organizatioB of its kind in
tho Territory, and it is their intention
to import many, thousand head of cat
tle to the range "
The 'Holbrook Times xoperi tho
purchase by J. A. & W,v Beasn of
forty-two car loads stock; liar their
several ranch 03 on the Little Colorado.
This splendid arrival composed of 268
bead of Devoss,and Durbnuis. in abont
equal parts, were taken on the cars at
iOalfland, California, also 4040 extra
fine, bred, merino sheep, wars leaa-
ed at Tulare Valley, and ar as fine
stock as ever entered Arizona.
The new bridge across the Colorado
is now under full headway, and the
work is being pushed by the company
with the greatest diapt toh. It will be
a Howe truss with three spans, one
200 feet long and two 160 feet e&ek.
This is exclusive of the draw, which i
about 3.$) feet long. The whale wiH
be 680 feet, and wiH be substantially
built so as to withstand the floods.
Mr. W. 0. Smith raneeig busiuees
good at Casa Grande. He skipped a
car load of sopper, laet weak, from ths
Case. Grande Cpper Co.s radu.etio
works,'- ;ani rocoived 2d carloads of
mza Vx&samo eompauy. There i
considerable detelopment work in
prvgi;oa3 in Case Grsudo diatriet aaci
the iinnes are aS lookirig "Well. A
strike of high grade ore in tfce Coppei
oaty is roportati. Florence Batei-
A glove fight, i'kich proroio to be
hotly contested, has been arr&agod io
eome off to-night at Tombstone. The
contestant are Harry C, Bsnme,
champion of New Mexico, and Jack
Hughes, who has fjainod some notorie
ty in .CalMernia as a haxeL.,. htojr,
Bennie stands 5 feet S. jnolias aend"
weighs 155 pounds, while Hughes if 0
feet m height and tips the beam, at
170. The tight will be for ,$200 and
championghip of She wejt.
Agent Wilcox, of San Carles, lias
mgned. This reminds .us that Mr.
Ycr;talks one tvay and xepor an
Other. In a private converiatlen wiiib
us, before bis return to Gwrado, he
was in favor of segregating the Deer
Creek coal fields from the r enervation,
but ip. his report to Mr. Teller, pre
pared subsequently, he make a con
trary recommendation. VVhat occa
sioned this change; of heart passes our
compreheneon. It could not. bars
been prompted dkintorested mo
tives, and we shall keep an eye upon
the movements pf Mr. Ylco.
D. T. Har,shaw, woH and favorably
known throughout tbe territory, died
Tuesday morning 'At his bfmte in Har
sh aw Ganyon. He first came to Ari
zona as a sorgoaut in company JL
Capi Nick Davis' Mrst QatiSivitfk In
fantry. For a time h was stelionod
at Fort Craig, N. M where bf was
mustered out of service, trabidqtiently
he raturnod to Arbsosa where he has
sbice liyed, and ollowfld sucjora&illy;
the occupation of rancher and minor.
The funeral was quit l&rgoiy attend
ed at Tucson on Wednesday. The so
ciety of pioneers, the delegates to the
Deraoet&tio convention anu many pri
vate citizens of this town, escorted the
remains to their last resting place.
Ho leaves a Vf ijbw but no oMlsran.
The Bay Copper Company's mine
rand works have been closed down for
the present and the men discharged.
It will pjobabjy-be sereral montblrbe
fbre work will be resumed there. The
cause of the "close down" was tbefsil
ure of the concentrating mill to per
form the work expected of i It wae
guaranteed, by the umnuffWrersi to
concentrate seventy ions per day, and
at iha end of a ton day's trifti SproveB.
incapable of concentrating more than
twority-iiye: tons per day. The ore
being low grade, the null'mtutt handle
i. j 3
J w py a goou
til. .1-1. . .L.Ij. lJ
profit andibe'eompany are ditof niined
to baye ii7ni.ll Of that capacity, imR&
they arc making arttfctfgaraants for';
new machinery ol &p styjo Ticoa-
prfertRtmUi -ae ordered, 5 com
paBivsiniiis are U rights .itnd. aevai'i
1 . V ftl KfHn Tl,n YtvocaM?- -mill tta3
a new ssprbaient and sbonldnothave
been iried at all. At imat 20 Hr eeht
Two H1iaTi- r- rabr Itovee for
I desire to state to my clients and
political friends, that certain business
patters require roe, atStkistime, to go
to Tucdou-and thouceilotSan. Francis
co I expect to return abejat th s 25th
Eunice Koberton thelfehtand in
teresting daughter of 31 ralid Mrs.P.
C. Eobei'tson, of Salt rivei) died from
diphtheria last Sunday .radrning. Eu
nice was a great favorite in. Globe, es
pecially wtb heryouthful companions
and all who knew her will 'feol a
poignant, sorrow for her dohiise and
sympathy for her bereaved parents.
A lively game of base ball is in
dulged in evory Sunday .afternoon by
our athletic young men, Notieablo
improvement has been made in tho
play of many of them, and should the.
"soldier boys" accept the invitation
jwefferod torcome to G16bg?aud jjontoat
a game, they 'will meet with a warm
Mr. E. A. Poreira,v'HlK Aspeetor
of post oficftSj Calcutta I,
oara cerctiying cp r,no 1
relief afforded by yaobs Oil, ia the
Campbell HospitaLfehere its use was
advised by the-medlcal officens ,.in se
rious eases of throafi troubles andothcr
painful ailments. .
A few days ago Mac Arnold, while
hunting in the vicinity of MeMillon,
discovered the remains of soma rain's
outfit, blankets, coat, two empty sacks,
Sse. The sacks seemod to have bean
riled of their con tents, but one of
then yet containad a very fins speei
men of gold quartz. In the batik of
the coat was a bole seemingly made
by & gaa shtt. JFbe artielsK man-
tib&ed had evidan Uy been there for
some time, and as a man named Ilasp-
berrv. who is inierestod in a mine
near Pinto crsek started for Ghjb
over three months ago with ahundrad
pounds of gold quartzo hay 6 assayed,
and baa beh nifesing -sbcith uppo
sition is that the artieles found were
bis, and that there has been foul play.
Hw partner traced him to- HeMillan,
but there lost all clue to him.
Qo to ChapePs-for f resit eonfeeHdne-
riet. . -4&r .
Go to Van Wgeaen for a good
Go to Chapel's for Op axes and
The Drew dwelling. i fojf Sale. For
particulars apply at tlie Bklt ofiiae.
Cross & BJackweli piekleg and
ebow-qhow-at ObapcTs. '
All clsasos pf goods as low a? jibe
lowost, for cash, at VanWagoaon's.
Chapel has pure maple syrup aad'
extra choice cream cheese; direct from
$few Tork, his native boras.
For tobacco best grade chewing
and - smoking also cigars and oigar
rates go to Van Wagenen's.1
Oboiee frosb fruit' at '-SkupoTs, sp
ple, pears, grapeji and pjacthef, abio
freeh dried fruits of all kliids.
Job lots of chewing or smoking to
baccos, at 50; cants per lb,, at the
News DepotTaylpr Hallh:
A new supply of onoice
aad chewing tobacco, jn3tr arrived at
Chapel's call and get a chromo.
Xpa can get a bargainiai atin
Clothes basket?, clothes pins and
lines at GbaggKs.
Cube sugar 15c. per pubd for cssb
9$. Van Waganei?sr "
Don't forget - ip leayo orders with
Chapel for wood, hay or chickens.
You can buy pbqiee freeh can goods
for c&ih as cheap at Van Wagenen's
as anywhere and find a good assort
ment . ' ,
Lantern globjKj- damp ' chimneys,
burnors, wioks . &c, aE hapels, also
kitchen pianoj. . , .u
PqupW by&allBripr pfele' . at
coit as I wL-5oclbse ouf H liquor
Prosb mackerej,; salt mackerel and
mess mackerel in juantjijos Iq. suit at
New invoice of freeh candy and nue
at G. S. Van Wagenn.
. Go to Chapelt fprchoiee freh ranch
lmttor cheese au(djj.
For choioe groceries and freh-fruifr
Mrs. it GJ I S'beadqttarters
For choico groceries of all kin ds gvT
t0bjjl V IT qjaat,Sy is; ha'bu
Wft "v ' - V-
Charlcy $Urhaif rj;ist repej-vad ieji
bwrrels of 'celi&ratoci JHftair
b.er, which beis ewng 4t 41S etnis
peir boie ad 12Jtf p. rik. -
Freeh ranc af ai omortflfe'sf
, Fresh Oaiifccj. chac-e at.befft
ranch butter J6p-'C jSj tifrr-'r
Call at ih 3$&m-Beoat if vett want
to buy leiflrM ajf gwgVess cto jt-
pr or F$mm-mB:
fcreiuibes est re-
IJistof LettsrsfemalnInK in Post? Ojme
1ft Globe, Arsons, for the weofr Hfdlhg
Abbett, Jaaios' Higglns, $ I?
BauKus, Jl lUco, Modesto
CowBolm Skinner, mar
Grifke, Y8 Koza, JttOTH
Dofeow, Harry Totton, wniiam J
Please say advertised and give date of
Roadhiastor Griffin, returned home
this week, having completed the work
of repairing the road from Florence
to Dripping Springs, on the Gila coun
ty line. The road is now in better
condition than it was before the rains;
J. itVHRS, :
MYEES r& SCHEIE,
Ask the sneaial attention of thdir Custom'
em, ami the Public in General to the
announcement that tlmv will short
ly reoelve Large Lure of tbe
t j T' tam sui imfy
nn.d :Ivfnet SolccltR of
Ever displayed in Globe, consisting of
Velveteens, jPIain and
Brocades, all shades,
3?Yench X I aids, Ser
dies Sackings, Fost
er's patent hook Kid
k Alt&dT ShfatraVlf Tut 4rA minarnntflA oa Aral.
tk fer ih want of spee due notice wftt
be given when OUITSTOCK'wM be ready
Ir exbfWlion. Ilespectfalir
HENRY f RANCE,
S'AHniOXAJiLF. BOOT fuad
FINE CUSTOM WORK A SPECIALTY, a&.
Repairing Neatly Di)rc.
. adjoining J. Redman's Meat afarkot
Tour Patronage . is
TN THE FROBAXE COURT OF TEE
i County oiOtirrlkry ' Arizona.
In the matter of tire Estaie of JJSSSTB
Order t show canee why order Of safe
of re a? estate should not fe'j made.
Albert K. loongi the Artjnjijstxator 01
the ett of Jesse 1 oang, SeeeaeedlwviBS
l of the rwk
MiL for the nurno therein fit forth.
is thfvora owire4 by u 3id eonrt.
that m person ijrtefod in te- esfate oi
(twH-Hwy. appear ifOjct- the aw court
tbe cotti-t rami W coait nt Gtooe
qoeety of Uiia, wise wity m order
d not be gnuiM ie ae said Adinln'K-
irswr wi wLatMSi ot me re
pjfatl id ye
B. F. PASOOE,
Itke Eopobllwin Nominee for re-election
for Sheriff ef Gila County.
For Member to the Council.
is the Democratic Nominee to represent
Gila County, in the 18th I
sembly of the Territory rl
For Justice of the Peace;
We are aathorized to announce thai
W. A. HOLMES,
is a candidate for Jastice of the Foece fr
For County Recorder.
We are authorized to annpaBe that
CHARLES T. MARTIN,
is a candidate
for Recorder ef Gila
For Probate Judge.
We are authorized to anhoUfile that ex
G. A, SWASEY,
tSian ImlegOAdofit Candidate for Probate
Judge of Qua County.
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
-cnl tlMHl Inta me iwvnint ef checks No's
aS fw in and for 8il, draw a by the
Old DOmintOR Company of Globe. A. oh
Wells Fargo & Co's bask, San Praacigco,
CaliforuiR, has beue stoeid for tlie reifeon
uiai, vuj wire K)ien irom tae MOiuer.
sepua-tft THOMAS BUCHANAN.
ma PURCHASERS OP PROPERTY
X at tax,al8 of Gila County for the year
18f8. Dwds are new TSfedy and can be ob
tained from 15. G. Fax. Datmtv (lollivfr
pt 27-tf B.R PASCOE, Sheriff.
w win iinTn m.
X Aurilyto CORK
W. C. SMITH,
'( Successor id fonitli. f Murray;
loBjapding and Coiniiilssioii Mfeliiait
CASA GRANDE and FLORENCE,. Arizona Territory
riven te Cemkaiaaata to
And also a Large Stock of
I toson a CHOICE SELECTION oX GOODS and sell at Lowest Prices. Give -
IfjBT THOMAS I
SHjjBftSr, pUiCKEST AHO
IAILY LINE OF CONe'0BE; 'QQGHESs
Fare from Fort Fhomas to
, EpNlJliis Hn bfierasnMoial indftteirentS' Iti &selfs front ,
iSIpbSaa MTing Jibuti- $1 bffectedJjfc t Wiaikre t$'
ja viKt, iclai 190 milte in distanes.
TUCSON, A. T.
W$BE BUSS to and fr?0m Depot.
SE0 BAlPpii4 Ra
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i i i trs trr r it n
.1 i I r- rr? MIVI
WHOpSAtB ft RKTAIL DEALER
".' 'I J . , . - - -
'-Wliat shall I do ? old -rfed.
aJTor this sharp augnfeh In toy side,
" 4"r)u(j.(IreR(tffrl)i'.HmHUAt !
."Eve triad all sorts of pliysle viie.
"Winch carraiu have cost a fttte.
And still FVtt parosysra.-
Tlie doctor sakt :j3Iy friead. esdww
"These noxious juStruras- ecelse jw
uWlll be too Weak to-kfll a r:
-uive up old niiysic; try we nrsa
"The very thing thafe meant for
KTllE DISTRICT COURT, SECOSCli
udiolal, District, Texritoiy of Axlnt
In and for the County f GBai
JOIfN LAITY. Plaintiff vs. TIIKSOtfTKt
PIONEER MINING COMPANY,
. Action brought itr the Dterrkt Cent ef
the Second Judkml Dtetrict of tbe Terrir
wjr sf Arizona, in md for tins Count j of
Gtfe.and the complaint IHed m said CesiF
ty ef GilR, in tlie oflice of the Clerk of aii
Th& Territory of Arfcoa sedte Greettstg
to 'The iioUi Pioneer Miaiitg CowpatM
Yott,ate.horeby sumawnedawd reaafeail
to appeal ia an action breoght Maisst yoti
by the above Gained Plwintifc is the Dis
trict Court of Ui Seeoad Judkkd Dfartrfe6
of the Territory of Arizona, ia jwm! for the?
frVafT P flWto OMl nttonmit ftlkA AMXAMlaluft
filed with the Cterk of this Court at Gld
in said County (a cop; of which eoanpiafec
accoinpamie this SKmona, withta rweu
ty days (exclusive of die divy of iserviee) sf
ter the service uooa vou of tkht tiuwrnoam
If Served in rM coupty; bt W tijii jmt
ef the (kuty, aad witim tUi dbtfeict,
within thirty days; i aB ofiter &m tea?
days or jadgmeBt by default will be MkAt
aaalnst you accordme to vm msto ef salil
Au you are nereey moused t&ac turn
action k brouelit to Teeemer the sbm at
xwenty xuowsaau isomxs tor
ana u you mil to appear tmt
max oowpism& as aoove rfequi
Plaintiff will takii iudfme&fc
for said aasoaut ;Jid costs a
unte iu this behalf expended
?rzr Given unuer my usenn ma
Cl(p&& of tite District Court of tte ee
'Sond Judicial District of the Terri
tory of Arizona In ad for the Coanty of
Gila, this 20tn day of June, A. D. m&.
,y, J. JlClilTirtKJiUKWK
to all an di jcants si
cutteasen ot last year wit i.t crcrr.ag tti
It contains 1 satiations, pr-css, 3cri?ica aad
dtrscdoos for plarrin aU cel:e w
Seed, Plants, etc SavalwaVe SL2l-
C2r wifdtte yr f
Will coJltraQf for tkw-Feeww
W. C. SM:I3SU.
CHEABEST t M0feS
Bowie Station, 3 i B.5QU
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