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A BIG SLIP
Monoy Conditions, Borrowing by Cor
porations in Largo Amounts, Railroad
Legislation, All Tend to Doprcss the
Condition of tlio Mnrkot.
county, surrounds tho trjigi'dy enacted
at Donson Thursday with additional
inyMtery lCRarding tho rolations of Tra
coy with tho woman in tho i'aso and
also lior rolations with SHvurtou.
Have just received a
Carload of 1907
in Wall Paper
You will do well to look
into this. We have the
Finest line of Wall Pa
per ever shown here.
PRICES always RIGHT
(Hy I. N. Kinscy)
CLOUl-J, Enroll -l. Pnine, Webber
hay: During .tht early part, of today
market very dull, but prices held firm.
Toward the afternoon liquidation net
in and this, together with stop orders
eaused sharp break with no sign of
rally at the close. Wo feel sure that
copper stocks arc cheap at around these
prices, but advise buying only for cash,
as money market is very tight and in
terest rates will be high for some time
to t oino. Think good money can be
made bv selling railroads and invest-
I incut stocks and buying good dividend
j New York Logan - Jirynti say:
Today's market passed through violent
spasm of liquidation, bringing entire
' list to new low levol. Many standard
railroad stocks broke severely. Labor
troubles in the west, borrowing by cor
porations, railway legislation by dif
feient states, rumors of cancellation of
coutiacts for improvements by Union
Pacific, and unsettled money market,
were all too much for this Htock market
to stand under without public buying.
Sentiment in Wall street unanimously
bearish and pools carrying stocks, es
I pecially Hill group, have had severe
cnmjvs put in their pockotbooks. Close
tonight was practically at low point,
showing market has absolutely no rally
The curbs were not alTooted by the
decline in the general market. Globe
Consolidated, Donn, Superior Boston,
Calumet & Globe, all hold at practictlly
the samo prices.
Arizona Commercial .
Rntto & London ...
Cananca Central . ...
Calumet & Arizona .
Daly West .
Greene Consolidated ..
Old Dominion -...
Shannon . .
Superior & Pittsburg
. J 8.50
lTtali Consolidated 07.00
The Bisbee Roview says:
Now that the excitemont attending
the killing of J. A. Trnccy by Hanger
Lieutenant Harry Wheeler has subsided
littlo side stories which throw a melo
diamatic air about the episode are
coming to light.
It is related by a bystander who was
so close to tho Shooting that he feared
to move lost ho get out of luck and
into range of some of tho nymg mis
siles fiom the guns of tho combatants
that as both men lay on tho ground at
tho end of the affray, at a time when
Wheeler is said to have refused the
comfort of a chair, preferring that it be
given his erstwhile antagonist, tho
man who would have taken his life had
hi.s aim been tuie, Wheeler turned his
head toward tho man near him, remark
iug: "Well, it was a great fight while
it lasted, wasn't it, old maul"
"1 '11 get you yet," said Tracey, with
tho faintest kind of a grim mnile, as
he reached for Wheeler's proffered
hand. But little did the wounded man
realize that it was his last threat.
He expiied but a few hours later on
his way to medical attendance at Tuc
son. Bisbco Womau Near
Among those near to the shooting
and who was for a time in danger of
being wounded, was Mrs. J. 1). Blair,
well known Bisbee woman, who had
been in Benson on n visit to her hus
band, who is a guard at tho Benson
Industrial school. Mrs. Blair was Scat
ed in a coach, the window at which she
sat -being quite near to tho men en
gaged in the deadly contlict. At the
admonition of the conductor, Mrs. Blair
sank to a position on the tloCr of the
car, thus lessening the danger of being
hit by any bullet that might fly through
Word from Benson last night is to
the effect that the Silvcrtons are be
iug held thero to await the inquest
into the cause of the death of J. A. Tra
coy, killed by Ranger AVheelor in a
fight which took place botwecn that
officer and Tracey when Tracey was
trying to effect the assassination of
Silvertou and the womau in the case.
Notice is hereby given that tho firm
of Trojanovich & Fcrrcro has been dis
solved and that Mr. Tom Ferroro is
tho sole owner of tho Monto Cristo so-
loon. LOUIS TROJANOVICH,
ORDINANCE NUMBER SEVENTEEN
Superior & Boston 3.50
Calumet & Globe .....
Tamarack - . ... .......
Arcadian . .....
Queen Copper, asked
New York Stocks
Amalgamated .. $108.12
American Smelters 135.25
Colorado Fuel & Iron 42.00
Reading - 113.75
IT. S. Steel, common ... 42.12
New York Central 122.75
Pennsylvania . .... . 120.87
Union Pacific 100.75
Southern Pacific 87.87
St. Paul H2.2.7
Baltimore & Ohio 108.02
Money, 5 per cent.
We keep everything in
the way of household
And We Sell
cheaper than anybody
J. E. McNeil
F. L. JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432.
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
QUICK SERVICE, MEALS
AND SHORT ORDERS A
SPECIALTY. IN REAR
OF STAG SALOON : : :
SHORTY and JIM
Tho Jris will pay every attention to
tho comfort of ladies and children.
Carpets, Matting, Rugs,
Now is the time of the year for the house
Waning and buying new carpets.
Now when you buy a carpet you want it
TO WEAR, TO FIT AND TO LOOK WELL
0ur carpets fill these wants. All vool shrunk
Jm. nuro rlufc r.hirful nattems. such as will
make even the old furniture look much better.
We understand carnetincr. and can cut and
'll any shape room.
Story of Couple Who Caused Shooting
Scrape at Benson disproved Noth
ing in Marriago Record Regarding
Supposed Marriago Tracoy Game.
A special from Phoenix says:
D. V. Silvorton, who stated to a
newspaper reporter at Benson that ho
and his wife had been married in
Phoenix six weeks ngo, will find that
ho is unablo to prove this assertion by
the records of the probate court in this
A newspaper correspondent cnlled on
the probato judge horo today and'thnt
official informed him thnt no marriage
license had ever been issued in this
county io D. W. Silvorton to wed any
body. The story told at Bonson to tho of-'
feet that ho had been married horo by
a traveling evangelist is ulso evidently
(i fabrication, as no one horo ever heard
of a traveling evangelist by that name.
Tho persistency with which Silvorton
refused to givo tho maidon name of his
alleged wife, and tho failure to And
any marriage license on record in this
An Ordinance Kstablishing the
liimits of the City of Globe.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Common. Council of the City of Globe
That portion of the City of Globe
within the following described boun
daries is hereby declared to be the fire
limit of the City of Globe:
Beginning at the juncture of Cotton
wood and Hill Streets in said City of
Globe; thence northerly along Hill
Street to the Northeast corner of Lot
10 in Block 73 of the Townsito of
GloLc; thence westerly along the north
boundnry of- said Lot 10, J02.1 feet;
thence Northerly along the east boun
dary of Lot 33 in said Block to Pinal
Creek; thence along Pinal Creek to the
juncture of Haskius liond with Broad
Street; thenco in a southwesterly di
rection to the railroad track on Willow
Street; thence .southerly along tho rail
road track to a point opjmsite Cotton
wood Street; thenco easterly along Cot
tonwood Street to tho placo of begin
ning. SECTJON' IL
Jt shall be unlawful for any person
to erect, alter, or add to, or cause to
be erected, altered or added to any
structure or buildiAg within the fire
limits of the City of Globe as created,
bounded and described in this ordin
ance without first having obtained a
permit from the Mayor and Common
Council of the City of Globo.
Applications for such permits shall
be filed with the City Clerk and shall
set forth the nature and plan of tho
building or impiovements, and. tho place
whereon tho same is proposed to lie
It shall bo unlawful for any person
to maintain within tho said fire limits
any tent or canvas covered building,
or other structure with canvas or cloth
roof or lining, or any stovo pipes run
ning through any smo or roui opening
in anv building.
All persons aro hereby forbidden to
storo or keep, or causo to bo stored or
kept, within the firo limits above de
scribed, any gunpowder, blasting pow
der, giant powder, gun cotton, nitro
glycerine, coal oil or gasoline, or
any other explosive or combusti
ble material of wliatovor na
ture; oxcopt twonty.fivo pounds of
black powder and ton cases of coal oil,
which may bo kept by any storekeeper
on his promises for immedinto sale.
Provided, this shnll not bo deemed to
prevent the uso of gasolino lamps or
engines, about which not more than
gallons of gasoline aro stored.
When permits have boon granted for
tho erection. or alteration of buildings
within the lire limits, the plans thereof
shall not bo materially changed with
out the consent of the Common Coun
cil; and no moro thnn one-third of tho
street about any premises may be oc
cupied or obstructed with building ma
terial, and at no timo shall tho public
streets bo obstructed with building ma.
terial unless a permit therefor is had.
An' permit granted as horoinboforo
provided may bo revoked in tho event
tho construction work is carried on in
a reckless manner, making tho street
about tho promises dangerous.
Passed and adopted tho 21st day of
Approvod: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
Finest of service and all
the delicacies of season
SPECIALTY OF 'SHORT
HOP, YET &. CO., BROAD ST.
Next to McDonnough's
O. R. FEIST
and all Other Precious Stones
....Ryan's Book Store....
The Globe Hardware Co.
HAVE A NEW AND
and in fact everything in
the Hardware Line
at the right prices
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
The Globe Hardware Co.
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241
The W. W. Brookner Co.
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINQ & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table service and
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
The Big Store
GEO. J. ST0NEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office in tho Butler Building
MONUMENTAL WORK m7mZ?m
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School BulUing
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel
....The Globe National Bank...
OFFICERS AND DIBEOTOBS
O. S. Van Wagenen, President. J. H. Hamill, Vice President.
Dr. W. A. Holt. A. W. Sydnor.
t! ivr -BThitfl. Fred X. Bragonler. ,
A. O. Smith, Cashier.
Fred J. Griffin.
J. B. Todd, Asst. Cashier.-
WE HAVE UNEQUALED FAOTU-.
TIES IN OUR NB. OFFICES FOK
TAKING CAEE OF YOUR VALUA
BLE PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AR
BANGE TO RENT ONE OF OUR
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUR VAULT IS FE&EPROOF.
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