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Chypool, Dr. S. II. office and residence., 8
( ourt Jlousa, Miermsouica o
Central Meat Market..... 15
iCountr Kecorder'g office 72
Cirrico, C. C, residence C3
hot Dr.ll.lt., otlice 2
Kot. Dr. 11. 0., residence, three rinirs.... I!'.'
V.nhlim Saloon, MartChever, prop, 2 rings -19
Kisk. 1).. residenco 5S
(lobe Ice Works, A. Kiniiy, manager. . 1
(tlolw Meat Market, D. Murphy, itron'r. . 3S
(Kobe Water Works C5
(tlobe Ilrenery it HottliiiR works 4
(J. V., (. N. Hallway Company.depot.. 'JO
(ilobe Lumber Company, two 'phones... 21
Globe Commercial companv 22
(ilobe Drug Store, E. J. ltoberts CO
Globe Steam Laundry, G . ltohse 35
Gray's warehouse, 15. F. Gray 33
(ilobe Public School 4)
(iilsun's Wells 73
'Jacks m. It. G., blacksmith shop 51
Hill, (ieorgoll., district attorney's otlice.. 70
ll'i.ir, ruM ., residence sv
Hoar, Fred (IS
Hlt, Dr. office -10
Hunt, 15. V. r U. I). Uommcr'l Company 2
Heron. D. S., residence, two riugs 31
Hitchcock. II C. Drug Store JO
Hayes, W. O. ltetldence, four rings 35
Jones, F. L., (Undertaking l'arlors) 57
'Jones, F. L., (Kesidence) three rings 57
Kellner, K. F Jk Co 9
Keciran. J. J., saloon 18
Mrs. J. J 55
Kellner. W O., residence 2G
Lady, V H . news depot, fruits, etc 43
Lenin's Iteeragencv 4
Martin. C. I. office 72
At itchell's saloon, 3 rings 12
Murphy, 1), residence, three rings 33
Atorello, Harney, two rings 4
Mesdames Diane A Kin?, Kinnev House.. 71
Alc.Nelly v. T., saloon 11
MoXelly. Mr.. W. T. 3
Mountain View House. 3 rings 27
McDon Jugh, J. X., office 13
Mcuonough, ,1. .. residence 6G
Mhliiietnn Allison, News Depot 37
Mm. Mitchell, two rings 12
New Klectric Light C.,Cottce& Jainei.. 16
Nesbitt, Chas., liank Kx change 47
Nesbitt. Chas., residence 45
Owl Saloon -Win. Knlling, & Co 40
Oldfield, J G., store 2 rings; res. 3 rings SO
Old Dominion Commercial company 2
O. K. Corral, Ike Lowthlan, prop'r 25
O. D. Uopper (Jompany W
I'awiual lgro Kestaurant 6)
Pinal Water Company Town office 72
Pratt, II H , fruits and vegetables 61
Pioneer Meat Market. Win. Sidow 7
.Thompson & liarclav's Livery Stable 7
PostolHc, G M- Allison, postmaster. . 37
ltyati, Win , dairy, three rings 53
KIce Win O Tuttle store, six rings . 73
Itice -Indian school, neten rings 73
Sullenberger, S. F , residence. . ... 69
San Carl-s station, five rings.. 73
San Carlos Indian Agent, three rings . 73
San Carlos Kellner's store, four rings . 73
Sayler, S C, residence 6
Sultan liras , general merchandise store . 21
Sidow, William A Co 7
Sotel. Wade, saloon, threo rings fil
,Tho Cafe Uoyal, Lvman T. Wooils . 19
,Trnj inovich, A , residence CC
Tnijanovich, A., office 21
,Tl"omas, Hinson. 4 rings 12
.The Champion Saloon. W T. McXclly. 11
The Smelter Saloon, three rings 12
Taylor, C. K., residence 53
iTIo Sang Kestaurant ZS
United ! 'be Mine, office, threo ring ... 52
Unitfi i '., tie Mine, snnply houe, 2 rings 52
Van Wagenen G S.. (ilobe L'quor store. 74
Yan Wai'oncn. G S. residence, 3 rings. . . 71
Vir'htinan Ur L. J,., residence and otlice It
w extern i nion i eiegrapn otlice u
IWells, Fargo A Co ' express office 20
IWoods, LTnan, residence 31
tWhalley, Wm.. residence 41
RULES AND TERMS.
IllOlTS OF the present the
tlmo of service will be HIO minutes of the 21
hours, the force tatdng a full holiday on the
SBth of February Office hours, from 7 a. m.
tiu lup m niter id p m. mo mgni dcu win oe
adlusted so that urecnt calls on business or
sickness will be responded to by the "central,"
Sundays, cieo until 6 p m.. and closed from
tnat nour uotu s a. m. on itionaays. incse
hours ot service (practically contlnuous.except
onlSunday nights) ure something unusual Id
small telephone systems without extra charges.
,We are here to serve our patrons In the best
WTKICMSTOSI'IISO IUEKS To all business
houses is per month residences, within a rea
sonable instance oi tnc central oiucc, .-. per
month A fee of 10 U charged for placing
each phone For tho present, anduntutne
town Is thorouvhlv "wired" urgent
messages will be delivered for subscribers
within thp town limits free to subscribers. Use
ofphone in town to lOots.,
out of town to non subscribers. i" cts.
CrVhon you go to Phoonlx
Th old reliable Hotol
iNuwl) furnished, and Up-to-
date in everything
GEO. H. N. LUHRS,
Daily Stage Line !
Leaves biiluinoiiville .... 11:00 a. m.
Arrives at Oirnnado 5:00 p. it
Leaves Oomnadu 9:30 a. in.
Arrives at Solomonvlllo . . . .2:15 p. in.
mCoiinectlnt; every day with A. & N
Jlffrrtllrnail at ("loronarto.
Liberal amount, nf o fno
Rest sUiye road and l)est equipped llnu
llnlArlzona. Special rates (or tlicatr
rlcal troupes. Livery In connection.
NOAH GREEN & SON,
Me Telephone Directory,
Cut this out and iaste it by your
Arizona Silver Helt, Jos. II. Ilanilll.... 23
Hoer agency 13
Armstrong, V. T, resulenco 31
Allison, (J. M., residence 67
Ktitler, Hen, railroad aent, resilience.,.. tiJ
lioardman, Sydney, resilience, 3 rins. ... (.
ltriRKS, .Mrs. G K residence 10
lUnker, CIim., W, J. Letup's brewery.... 4
Urookner, V. V. & Co 6
llrookner, V. , residence, three rings.. 6
l'wmne. Max C. meat market 15
ltohse, (., residence 35
lUnlc of (ilobe, 60
Herrar, N. S., residence, four rinus 62
lilue iiibbon (Srocery Company, Clyde T.
Scott. uronrietor. two rincs..... 17
' Carico, C, C . justice of tho peace 72
Casev s llestaurant JO
asssi - . . emmm sarr - rjss.
' .;.. 'xapir;, - :wmmmc ixsrr. -$Ff
, " impf'tHe 5r .."
f ' sw - W"r'Wifc mf:
jgfc, friin if Say -;
AK1Z0NA S1LVKK BELT. MAKCH 5, 1903
tat est of k
" Kvcry ouo in Ban Antonio, Texas, says
that Acker's Knglisli.lteniedy is tho greatest
tiling ever liitt up lor cougus,
colds, iisllinia, bronchitis,
croup mill coiisuniption. I
have been using it over four
years for nil forms of throat nnd lutv troubles,
and liavo yet to come ncross a case
wlicro it failed. Wo have four littlo ones in
our family, and neither my wife nor I have
vcrlo3t a night's sleep bcrausoof throat
among theclillilren. I ecss that is more
Nan any other family can say. Acker's
up people ns for tho oting It seems to co
to tho place where tho troublo lies
in thethroatnud bronchial tubes and lungs.
It soothes nnd heals tho irritated tissues,
loosens up tho phlegm nml mucus in the
breathing passages, quiets tho nerves,
the constitution nnd stops the coughing.
My advice to parents is to always keep
a bottle in tho house. It will bo a constant
safeguard against croup." (Signed)
F. 0. Zimmf.um .n, San Antonio, Tex.
SoMat 5c, toe and fl a botlle. IhroiiBlioiit the UnllM
suios ami CanAdi; ami in Kncltml, at K. til., ts.14
j M. It jrou are not latlsflnl alter bii?lnc, n-turn Iht
Jitls to your druggut and get your money back.
IIV au'liortze Ihr nbove guarantee.
a- IT HOOK n: .t Jimyrirtori. yew York
For Sale by II. 0. Hitchcock, Globe.
SOCIETIES, LODOKS ETC.
F. & A. M.
Regular ineetlnj;s of White
Mountain Lodge, No. 3, for
tnc year juic: January j.
February 27, March 27, April
21, May 22, June 26, July 21,
AiiLMist 21. Sentemher 18
October 23, November 20, Decern
ber 18. K. 0. Sloan, W. M.
G. W. Shute. Secretary.
. Regular Convocations of
m fTSGlobcChapter, No. 7, R. A. M
A&. fniirr.li PrUlv nrnnlnii in
each month; from May to Octr
obcr, 8 p. in., from October to
May, 7:30 p. m. Visiting companions
A. U. MOUEIIEAD, II. P.
Eiwahd Weck. Secv.
Qlobo Lodge, No. 4S9,
B. P. O. E., moots on tho
First and Third Fridays
in each month In Odd
Follows Hall. Visiting
Elks aro cordially in-
J. X. St.vuu. E. R.
Edwin T Stewaht.
A. O. U. W.
Olobo Lodgo'No. 15, moots
on tho First and Third Fri-day
of oach monlh at eight
o'clock p. m. in Miners'
& Union Hall. Visiting bro
thers in good standing are
cordially invitod to attond.
YV. M. L.EWIS. fli. w
L. N. Marx. Recorder.
I. O. O. F,
Rescuo Lodge, No.
.12, meots on every
Visltinc brothers aro
A. W. Middluton, N. Q.
J. M. Cv unutt, Socrotarv.
Porter W. Fleming
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
P.O. Box 29G, Tticion, Arizona
Mines and mining law a specialty. I
have correspondents in the principal
cities In the east who will handle legitimate
mines, mining stocks and
OHlce Ilcrron Building, first house
east of Court House,
George Walter Shute
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Special attention given to collections.
Ccorgc R. Hill,
A TTO AT- LAW.
Ofllco at Court IIohfo.
OLOI1F, - - ARIZONA
Klre Insurance In Lending Companies
I'ollcles Carefully Wrltteu and Lossts
A pi I A t '! 1 " '" t"o ot cw York
Honey Ianed on Life Insurance I'ollcles.
W. D. FISK, Clobo, Ariz.
W, At ClAYPOOI.. 8 U. CMTPOOU
Claypool & Claypool,
PHYSICIANS AND SUItGEONS.
Orders loft at drug store will receive prompt
Coo. J. Stoncman
OlFice in the Ilutler building
Will practlco In all tho courts of tho Territory
and the Supreme Court of tho
Mills Van Wagenen
ATTORNEY. AT-LA W
Ofllco at Kesidence
L. F. Eggers
Attornet and Counsulor at Law
Crylractice in all Courts.
NOTARY PUniJC. omco opposite the Sil-
Broad street globe, Arizona
What Has Happened in the Territory
Since Our Last
ALL KINDS OF INFORMATION.
New Business Enterprises-Good Year (or the
Man With the Hoe, and the Owner of Live
Stock-Everybody Eicept the Editor Eipects
to Have Money to Burn.
The Arizona American Is the name
of a newspaper to be started at Tombstone.
It Is announced that work will begin
within a few days on the Tombstone
branch of the El Paso & Southwestern
Tho pumps of the Tombstone Consolidated
mines are now raising over
1,C00,000 gallons of water every twenty-four
Iu Arizona the postolllccs having receipts
lu excess of 110,000 are : Phoenix
$20,80-1, Tucson $19,700, Prcscott
$13,000, Ulsbee $11,732.
U. 51. Shannon is reported to have
sold a plcco of property In Los Ango-les
for $175,000, which ho purchased
one year ago for ?100,000.
0. 51. Shannon has purchased the
Santa Rita hotel property In Tucson.
The building, now partially constructed,
will be completed as soon as possible.
It will be the tinest hotel in the
E. T. Babcock, a prominent cattleman,
living near Fort Grant, was adjudged
Insano last wcok. Sheriff Lew-Is,
of Cochise county, haddilllculty In
taking Rabcock to the asylum, aa he
was violent at times.
The prospoctor who first located
the Congress mines died a few days
ago In the southern part of Arizona,
lie sold his location for $150, and tho
present owners hold the same property
at $5,000,000 today. Jerome Nows.
Geo. Clark, proprietor of tho store
and postmaster at Turner, eight miles
south of Falrbank, was hold up by
two men on the evening of February
25. Olark was compelled to turn over
what cash he had, amounting to about
The Arizona Har association has
aikcd the legislature to protect the
widows and orphans by repealing all
laws requiring the publication of probate
notices. The newspapers ought
to go before the legislature and ask-that
the widows and orphans be protected
against the lawyers who demand
such large fees. Tucson Post.
J. II. Tcvls, of Howie, who Is having
his system of electric alarm appliances
to prevent railroad accidents
patented, Is receiving great encouragement
throughout the country, and
has been the recipient of many congratulatory
lettors from the oast. The
system is thoroughly practical and will
be the means of preventing many railway
accidents, and will also be uneful
in case of train robbery by giving
quick alarm to stations nearest the
scene of the hold-up.
Last Saturday night, some persons
evidently not well vorsed In the art of
burglary, entered the SalTord
and appropriated to themselves
riume loose change left in the till, and
by means of some instrument bored a
hole lu the safe door by the side of
the lock, but at a depth of a half Inch,
coming in contact with a layerof case-hardened
steel, failed to penetrate to
the inner works of the lock, and had
to desist, and leave with only a few-dimes
and nlckols to compensato them
for their arduous labors. Guardian.
A new artesian well has been struck
thatsends forth the largest stream of
water of any yet bored In theUiencga.
The well has been bored upon the property
of L. J. Rroshears and the How
struck last Thursday at a depth of 230
feet. An estimate has been made aud
It was found that 100 gallons per minute
is the capacity of the well. The
81ssons well has Increased some ten
gallons per minute and now Hows about
HO gallons of water per minute. Both
wells arc llowlng into the new reservoir,
and already the water is four feet
In depth In several days. Bulletin.
The department has accepted the
bid of the Central Avenue Improvement
company to provide quarters for
the postolllce at Phoenix, the present
quarters being Inadequate. The now
hlle Is on Center street, north of the
Adams hotel. A line two-story building,
137jxll0 feet, is to be erected, and
the lessors have bound themselves to
have the first lloor ready for occupancy
by the postolllce by July 1. The new
otlice will have an equipment to cost
$15,000, and it will be the best-appointed
otlice In the southwest.
No decision was handed down In tho
.Morencl justice of tho peacj case by
the supreme court at Its session February
23. Judge Kent announcad that
in the opinion of the court the roturns
made by the chairman and dork of
the board of supervisors of Graham
county was not sufficient to reach a
conclusion as to the rights of Chapman,
the petitioner in the certiorari
proceedings. An order was made directing
the board to furnish further
information. Tho court will be In
session again on 51arch 18.
A mining suit involving the title lo
four claims in this district was filed In
the district clerk's ofllco today. The
suit is entitled John Glceson vs.
Costello, to quiet title.
is attornoy for plaintiff. The
claims were bought up at tax title and
the bame points arc Involved
other cases which aro now on the
calendar and to be tried at the June
term. The claluw In dispute arc located
south of this city and adjoin
bevoral claims belonging to the Consolidated
Mines company and are considered
quite valuable. Tombstone
It is said on good authority that
along the Grand canyon and through
Arizona will soon be building one of
the grandest scenic railroad routes of
the entire world. The plans for the
road have already been made and th6
project Is being backed by D. II.
one of the richest men in Colorado,
If not the entire west. The road
will havo but one purpose, and that
will be for pleasure and sight eeekere,
aud if the plans arc carried out, and
there Is not the least doubt but that
they will be, one of the world's most
beautiful sights will be revealed to
travelers, who will not be forced to
leave the cars and travel for dajs
through the roughest of country to
view the sights that have attracted
thousands upon thousands of people
during the past few years. The company
headed by 5lr. 5Iall)tt has already
been Incorporated, and it Is understood
will connect with the Colorado
Southern In the lower part of Colorado,
running west down the Colorado
river aud the Grand canyon. It will
cross the canyon twice, touching some
of the most picturesque country to be
found on tho face of the earth. Gazette.
A Remarkable Case.
Ono of the most remarkable cases of
a cold, deep-seated on the
pneumonia, Is that of 51 r's. Gertrude
E. Fenncr, Marion, Ind., who was
entirely cured by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. Sho says: "The
coughing and straining so weakened
mo that I run down in weight from 1-18
to 02 pounds. I tried a number of
remedies to no avail until I used Ono
5Iinute Cough Cure. Four bottles or
this wonderful remedy cured me entirely
of tho cough, strengthened my
lungs and restored me to my normal
weight, health and strength." Globe
Government Irrigation works in India,
costing fl00,000,000,lrrlgato about
14,000,000 acres, and the value of the
products of this area of ten exceeds iu
a single year the entire cost of tho
works. Is there a man in America
who doubts that the expenditure by
our own government of as large a sum
for tho reclamation of our western
arid lands would be a paying investment,
looking at the proposition from
a merely cold business standpoint ?
"Just lu the nick of time our little
boy wassaved,"wrltes5Irs W.Watklns
of Pleasant City, O. "Pneumonia had
played sad havoc with him and a terrible
cough set, In beside. Doctors treated
him, but he grew worse every day.
At length se tried Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, and our
darling was saved. He's now sound
and well." Everybody ought to know
it's the only sure cure for Coughs,
Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed
by all druggists. Price 50c aud
$1. Trial bottles free.
The size of the average family in tho
United States Is four persons and a
fraction of a person, the husband In
m.inycises being the small fraction.
Chicago Ti Inline.
What's in a Name?
Everything is in the name when It
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. O.
DeWllt & Co. of Chicago, discovered,
some years ago, how to make a calve
from Witch Hazel that Is a specific for
Piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching and
protruding Pllex, eczema, cuts, burns,
bruises and allskln diseases, DeWItt's
Salvo has no equal. This has given
rise to numerous worthless counterfeits.
Ask for DoWitt's tho genuine.
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows you to cat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its uso many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything clso failed. Is
unequalled for tho stomach. Children
with weak stomachs thrive on it.
Cures all stomach troubles
Prepared only by E. O. Df.Witt & Co., Chlcaco
Tho$l.bottlocontalns2tf times tbc50c. size.
Globe Drug Store, E. J, Roberts.
Five miles from
FORT THOMAS, ARIZ.
Why suffer when nature has placed
her Greatest Cure at your Door?
Rheumatism, Kidney, Blood, Skin, Nervous and Stomach
Diseases conquered by this Great Water.
-(p w'th good accommodations,
1 lULCl table. Rates, including Room (.
and Bath, (r day - - P-
Immense Swimming Pool, Lawn Tennis, Croquet, &c.
The Gila Valley, Globe & Northern Railway will
sell excursion tickets, beginning May 1, at all
on its road to the Indian Hot brings, on Saturday
Itions of each week, good to return on Monday, at
and from the hotel.
For Full Particulars, Address
Fort Thomas, Arizona.
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Tho leading; resort of Globe...
WIM. aOLUNC & CO., Proprietors
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
OF THE FINEST QUALITY.
Attractions Unequalled in Globe.
THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN IS
The Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous
While in Globe, or when jou pass through town, it will
bo n ilcnEitro to you to pass a littlo timo and comfort
nuiler a ehiuly Cottonwood, relishing a cool glass of
S 0 II Ij I T Z B EER and a fragnnnt Havana Cigar.
Across the Bridge, in tho Northern Pat of Town.
Smoko the Old reliable
La International Cigars
EL PASO. TEXAS
The only Second-Class
Beer always on draught
Two Doors Wortb v.. :he Oddfellows' Temple
R G. JACKSON
Blacksmith and Wagonmaker.
Carries a full line of Hardwoods.
P.ck, A and tammcr Handles
for sale. Also 4 heavy secondhand
Wagons for sale.
Sash and poors
Office and Yard adjoining Banker's Brewery