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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, March 16, 19Q
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Advertising rates mado known on ap
plication. Northern papers are beginning to
mention "sure signs of spring?"
"Words are great forces in the realm
of life," muses Klla Wheeler Wilcox,
who is certainly in possesion of great
foiees, if this be true.
There are certain indications that
l'loience will .soon have an increase in
population of scveial bundled. Yuma's
loss is Florence's gain.
The Globe district is now looked UKin
by the great copper intoiests of the
country as the most promising district
in the country. And it is.
Hooscvelt came to tho relief of Wall
.street, but he wants it distinctly under
stood that bis views as to railroads and
other corMrations have not changed
-In resiwmse to a query it is stated
that District Attorney Jerome- does not
shoot hypothetical questions at alien
ists with a liyio gun, although some of
the queries have the same anaesthetic
ejfect on the jury and .spectators.
We sincerely hope that Solomonville
will not be disappointed in its hopes of
securing the territorial reform school.
The Gila valley is a much hotter place
fpr su,eh an institution than its pres
e,nt location, although not quite as ac
cessible from all Arizona points.
The railroads operating in Arizona
could not get back at the people here
if the territorial lawmakers had decided
upon "hostile legislation," as thc,v can
in the states. In except a few instances
the service could not bo made any
worse without complete discontinuance.
The legislature has appropriated $20,
000 for a home for "aged and indigent
pioneers." Unless there is some ofiieial
definition for the latter won), thero
will likely be considerable complication,
as in some quarters of the territory six
months' residence constitutes a pioneer.
The Globe Daily Silver Belt, though
only a few months old, is one of the
best dailies in the territory which
augiiM well for its tuture, to say the
least. We draw two inferences one
that the Silver Helt Is run by newspaper
men; and the other, that Globe is n
lively and prosperous camp. Paradise,
Praise from Paradise for a newspaper
in these days is more than unusual mid
fie Siler Belt is highly grateful to the
compiler of the celestial tRecord for his
LAWS NOT WRITTEN
The "unwritten law," in one of its
phases, has been very much discussed
fn .the newspapers during tho past
, month or two, and there is as yet no
sign of a halt in the discussion. Other
phases of the general subject will be
briefly presented in this article. For
the greater part of the governing of
mankind is under unwritten laws. Great
Britain lias no written constitution, and
the common, law KuglNh common law,
which is tho law in the United State
unless it be changed by statutory en
actments is not written. This union
of states owes its existence to unwrit
ten law. When the southern states at
tempted secession tlieie was no constitu
tional impediment to the success of the
movement. The war of ISGMSIm wns
fought and won on the first law- of na
ture, the right of self defense. The na
tional government held that light to bo
inherent in all governments, and tho
decision handed down at Appomattox
confirmed that contention. Unwritten
l'iw, sometimes creates a dominating
public sentiment in this country strong
enough to annul constitutional provi
sio'us, rendering them utterly void. It
is vain to legislate in opposition to ha
man -Nature. Tho fifteenth amendment
anduit part of tho fourteenth which
pi'ovides that in a certain contingency
the representation of states in congress
and in he electoral college shall be cut
down died long ago, and theroby ro
moved a curso to both races. The con
victipju that negro enfranchisement was
a gigantic mistake has been almost uni
versal for two decades, and the unwrit
ten law which nullifies it is nccepted
as the inevitable result of that fate-'
fill blunder. Another illustration in
point is seen in the so-called Sunnier
civil rights act, which, although an
nulled in all the states by the supreme
court, is sjill ostensibly in force and
effect in the seat of the national gov
ernment over which tho congress "ex
ercises exclusive legislation in all mat
ters whatsoever." Hut tho same polit
ical party that found it necessary to
take tho ballot from this community in
older to, get rid of the negro voto saw
that an attempt to enforce the civil
rights law heie would be extremely mis
chievous. Tlteiefore, the unwritten nul
lifies the written law. In the election
of piesidents we have cunningly balked
tho intent of tho fatheis that the elect
ois chosen by the soveial states should
actually make tlieii own choice. There
is no diiect violation of the fuiulanieu
tal law in this cunning evasion, but it
is just as much a defeat of intent as
if it directly violated the constitution.
Aro tho Mines to Escape Taxation?
I.'ditor Silver Belt:
The United States revised statutes,
constituting the organic law of Aiizonn,
in tho Harrison Act say, That the leg
islatures of the toiritorics of the Unit
ed States, now oi hereafter to be or
ganized, shall not pass local oi special
laws in any of tbo following enumer
ated cases, that ii to say: For Jhe as
sessment and collection of taxes for tor
ritoriai, county, township or road pur
ines. In all other cases where a gen
eral livw can be made applicable, no
special law shall bt enacted in any of
the territories of the United States by
tho territorial legislntuie thereof.
Tho Doran Act is a special act pltssed
by till i legislature, approed by the
goNornor, placing .nines in a class by
themselves and apart from all other
property, tor the purpose of taxation.
As loig as a genirnl law, which will
assess all classes cf property, real es
tate, personal property of all kinds,
mines and mining machinery, can be
made ipplicable, will nut the courts de
clare the Doran Ait, as it places mines
in a separate class, void! Would it not
bo a jjood idea for the board of super
visors, or some poison, to institute in
juuctiin proceedings against, the asses
sor, to prevent him from assessing the
mines under the Uorau Act and have
the cate decided by the supreme court
at its i,cxt session, which will be in a
few das Then if the court decides
thu act void the assessor will have am
ple time to nj,ike (he assessment under
the old law. Should the assessment be
made under the Doran Act, and, when
taxpaying time arrives, the attorneys.
for the mines apply for an iujunctio.u
against the collection of these taxes and
a decision be rcndeied agaiust the Do
ran Act, it would then be too late t,o
remedy the evil. Kvcn if the supreme
court of the territory should-decide the
Doran Act legal the mine jowncrs are
liable to take an appeal to the supreme
court of the United States, where the
matter would peacefully slumber for
the next three years, then finally be
decided against tho territory. Tho .ter
ritory and counties can illy a (lord to
do without the revenue that the mining
iudustry, which is the most prolific i,n
tho territory, can well afford to con
tribute to their support. The minqs
have been favored long enough. Now,
that they are producing immense for
tunes for their owners, they ought to
be compolled to contribute a just part
of the necessary county aud territorial
rovenues. H. X.
The Paris Press and Edward VII
King Edward is a profound, a wis,e
and a pacific politician. What greater
eulogy cjui be passed On a sovereign!
L.0 Petit ransien.
I have often drawn addition to the
diplomatic and military dangers of the
entente cordiale, but the friendly pres
ence of the king is too closely bound up
with the monarch's neutrality among
parties to lead to any risk of losing
personal popularity. M. Judet in the
King Kdward knows that he is al
ways welcome and always at home in
this county. The bad humor of some
German journals will not disturb us.
The sojourn of" Queen Alexandra in
Fiance is particularly agreeable and
pioeious to us.-wPnris Figaro.
Keep-Still gets Loud Mouth's scalp.
It is sometimes a fine present to be
told osmething yon do not know.
The Palofao thin,ks he and not his
saddle does most of the riding.
When the Paleface puts his talk op
paper I do not wondor it looks very
Man who can't talk without thinking
is always worth hearing.
Language is more dangerous To fool
with than a loaded gun.
In cold weather poor moccasins make
a man feel as if he were all feet.
Huiry-IIurry should remember that it
is easier to walk ten miles than to run
Waiting for sunset makes a heap long
and empty day.
Fair woids in an enemy's mouth do
not taste good in mini).
His money did not aidjiim
In winning her, ah, no!
She is his petted darling
Because she loves him so.
His wit is nil, his learning
Is very small, indeed;
His homeliness is painful,
He was not born to lead.
She's his because sho loves him,
And she is passing fair
Tin nieroly incidental
That he's a niilliouaiie.
Said She One has to put up with a
good deal in order to become an ac
Said He Yes, and just think how
much moro the neighbors have to put
up wjth. Chicago Daily News.
Sheriff Pachcco of Tucson Disarms Cap
tain Milton, Fedoral Official Says He
Will Do All of tho Shooting Neces
sary in Pima County.
"Whilu I'm sheiill of Pima county
you nor no other man nor official will
do any shooting in tlie county, as you
have ieen in the habit of doing in No
gales, or I will land you behind the
bars and see that jou lemain there."
Sheiill Pachcco to Captain Milton of
the United Stales immigiatiou service.
TJieso weie the woids addtcsscd to
Captain .1. 1). Milton of the United
States immigration service aud sta
Honed at Nogales, bv Sheriff Nitboi
Pacheco, pursuant to the discharge of
a revolvei by the immigration ollicei,
the spent bullet of which .sttucL Tom
lolinsou, a mining man of Tucson, in
Jhe left, heel, inflicting an ugly wound.
As .lohnsou was leaving Rossi's cafe
in company with his wife and a dog
and tho canine proceeded to mix up
with a dog belonging to Milton, the
Intter immediately whipped out a le
olver to shoot the dog, and when .lohn
sou remonstiated with him shoved the
barrel of the revolvor into Johnson'
abdomen. He then pulled back and
shooting over the dogs, tho bullet hit
tho pavement and subsequently giouud
cd in the left heel of Johnson.
Milton was immediately taken into
custody by Deputy Sherill' .lose F.sco
vosa mid Special Ofljcer Isidor Neusta
ter, and taken to the county jail, where
lie was subsequently released under .$500
Milton, who was an express messen
ger for the Wells Fargo Express com
pauy, killed a robber in a holdup at
Fairbauk several years ago and was
himself wounded in the left arm, says
he did not intend to .shoot Johnson and
tried to got Johnson to withdraw the
Johnson when seen was nursing his
wounded foot and said that he would
appear in court and detail the incidents
connected with the shooting, but stated
that he did not believe Milton intended
to either shoot or murder him, as lie
had never spoken to the man before,
although he had known him for several
AT HOME" WITH THE MUSE
I wish the Muse would come to call
When I 'm jn proper trim
For mounting my Pegasus,
Booted and spurred for him.
I 'in sure I M never once select
The times and seasons she selects.
For instance, when I've leisure time.
No idea's to be had!
In vain I search my weary wits,
Equipped with pen and pad,
fust waiting tor a start, that's all,
'Tin then the Muse will never call.
Vh, no! She waits till I'm at church,
striving my thoughts to raise,
Then permeates with rhymes the psalms,
The sermon, hymn of praise,
nd coaxes me to make a sonnet
About my next pew neighbor's bonnet.
Vgaip, at bridge she tweaks my ear.
Puts ideas into my head,
3o 1 may trump my partner's :ue,
Xot know what has been led.
But, worst of all, she loves to woo
When I am having a shampoo!
Her antics show she's feminine,
This Muse, who's so contrary,
Illusive, coy, and hard to win,
So like a woman very!
Yet, once she's won after much trying,
she's more than often satisfying.
Mazio V. Carat hers.
The alienist came wandering through
ui insane asylum's wards one day. He
tame upon a man who sat in a brown
tudy on a bench.
"How do you do, sir," said the alien
ist. "What is your name may I ask."
"My name?" said the other, frown
ing .fiercely. "Why, Car Nicholas, of
course. ' '
''Indeed," said the alienist. "Yet
the last time J wns through here you
weie the emperor of Germany."
"Yes, of course," said the other,
quickly; "but that was by my" first
,vife. " Argonaut.
Miss JNtello Langdon of Battle Creek,
Mich., writes as follows:
"Is Rex Beach a summer resort? If
No, 'stell6, Hex Heach is far from a
slimmer ie,sort or, at least he was when
last we heard fiom him. He was then
at Goldfiold, Nov., becoming a million
aiie so lapidly that it was necessary
for him to hjre several assistants whose
sole duty was to help him count his
Swellup (after the dinner) Yes, I
tc-ld that pretty girl next to mo every
Hung I .know.
Rival r noticed you were .pretty
quiet over at that end of the table.
Detroit Fiee Pi ess.
A squaw's tongue is the only weajion
which it requites no practice to use.
1 i i
Tho Practical Politician
"If we had female suffrage you'd
neqr hear of a woman selling her vote
(or a drink of whisky oi a poor cignr. "
"No, but if the women could vote
and I wore a candidate, I'd offer a ten
cent box of candy foi eveiy ballot that
was cast for hip."
"Do you think that the session ofl
congress was a success! "
"It was," answcied Parmer Coin
tossel, "a gieilt success.- It didn't do
any particular damage." Washington
"Your name," ho stammered, "is
written on my heart."
"Yes?" sho whispeicd. "But but
.wouldn't it be much nieor if your iiamo
wpro engraved on my stationery f"
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this lieud 10 cents per line the llrst Insertion and B cents per lino each
Mibsiqucntlnscrilon Ily tho inontli. l uu per line No ad Inserted for loss than (Icents. All
.ids under this head must he paid for In urtvunce. DUoount to rejjuur advertisers.
WANTED Competent waiters at the
Dominion hotel. ,
WANTED To. trade houso and lot in
East Globe for house or lot on Pas-
coo hill. Home Inv. Co. tf i
WANTED TO BENT A four room!
house unfurnished. Inquire at the
Silvei Belt oflice. tf
WANTED Four boys to sell us clean i
cotton lags lor wiping presses. Sib I
WANTED Furnished rooms for light
Housekeeping for couple without chil-'
dien. G. E. M., this oflice. BIO
SITUATION WANTED Experienced
bookkeeper and accountant wants a
set of books, mercantile or mining, to
keep evenings. Address. C. 1'. M., box
102, City. K'.S
WANTED Cook at Mrs. Gallagher's,
North Globe. BI5
WANTED Inspiration stock. Address
A. B. C.Jhis office. 135
WANTED To trade building lot in
East Globe for lot on Pascoo hill.1!
Will pay difference in price. Address
B. C, Silor Belt. 133
FOR SALE Three room bouse with
pantry and cellar, opposite the Cen
tral school. Apply to James R. Wall.
Best view of Globe. U2
A LITTLE BIT
Is one of Globe V oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
hit line. Call and be convinced.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to bo had anywhere. Globe Meat
I'e failed in everything he tried,
But this none can deny:
So louj; as breath did in him abide
He ncer failed to try.
If you want something extra nfco in
wall paper, got to Ryan's. w
Get in out of tho dust and drink the
biggest beer in town at the Wedge.
Man is the only animal that can talk
a heap without saying anything.
"Live and Jet live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
Just received a carload of the ver,
latest designs in wall paper designs of
1907. Buxton & Merritt. '
There are many filings in which the
Paleface surpasses the Indian, but a list
of them would not make a good book.
When you want magazines, confection
cry, books, stationery, ammunition oil
grnphophone records. Souvenir postals,
at Ryan 's.
Choice hams and bacon, none finer
Globe Meat Market.
See tho Ute Pass and Logging Scene
at the Iiis tonight.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings nt 9:30 a.
in., from Bnrcla &, Higdon's corral.
We have moved into our permanent quart
ers and will be pleased to serve you.
Call and see
Keal bstate. We may have just what you
are looking for.
We have unimproved property in any
section of the city and a good assortment .
nf hnmpc: Snmp fnrnkhprl -&
We can loan
home and stop that
i GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE I
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
Brown & Scanlan
Successors to I. 0. LOWTHIAN
Fuel, Feed and Groceries
r. U. DOX 030 leiepnone OI Store Upp. Uepot
I FOR SALE Fino milch cow. Inquire
at Silver Bolt otllce. tf
FOR SALE Restaurant. Address Box
10(5, Globe. J. '13
FOR SALE Two iron beds? one sin
gle and one full size, with springs and
maltiess; one new range, iamily sire.
Inquiie at Mrs. Grnvelle's, Wells
Faigo building. l.'U
FOR SALE Ten room houso aud six
lots with other impiovemcnts on thu
piopeity. This is a bargain. Room
2K, Tiust building. N.'S
FOR RENT Several noatly furnished
looms at tho McKcvitt house, north
of bridge, over Angius & Zenovich
groceiy stoic. 151
TO RENT Two room houso close to
smelter, Brick stjeet. Inquiie Ari
'zona lestauiant. tf
FOR RENT Two room houso. Inquire
at Silver Belt oflice. tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pocket book containing receipts
and two tolegiams. Leave- at this
oflice and receive reward. tf
LOST A lady's long fur boa on road
to Miami Flats. Finder will kindly
leave at the, oflice of the Gibson Cop
per Co. 134
We have lotters for O H P; O L O;
E P S and X Y Z.
See Mack and Jim at the WeigL da
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dress W., Box 971, city.
Giving a Ouess
"Say, I was at a church fair last
night, eating an ovster stew."
"What do you suppose 1 found!"
' "I iluniio. An almostpearlf
Go to Buxton & Merritt for the finest
line of wall paper and house decora
tions of every description.
We receive Knnsas poultry twice a
week. Globe Meat Market.
Docorato Your Homo
Go to Ryan's foi a varied assortment
of wall paper.
" IiistirnnceTis ery ancient. Demos
thenes knew of it."
"And probably sold it. They say he
was a slick talker."
Try our sausage, the very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Fine fresh Kansas pork. Globe Meat
The finest line ot wall papers evei
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt. '
Hear Keith sing "Good Old U. S.
A.f at the Iris tonight.
First-class work at bed rock prices
Buxton A Merritt, tho painters
Brick I Brick I
1 Parties wanting brick can have their
I wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at the oflice of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchnnge, Globe, Ariz.
us before buying any,
you money to build a
Next Door to Silver Belt X
PROFESSIONAL CARDS )
D R. P. 'B. CALER
Oflice over Hitchcock's Drue Store
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUBGEONS
Office Booms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Flioue Main 18il
Besidencc, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law -
Office in the Butler Building
GLOBE, ' : - ARIZONA
Fay G. MacConnell
Work of Any Character
Boom 2, Trust Building, GLOBE, ABIZ.
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
MRS. HENRY REED
Front Suite upstairs, New Toombs Bldg.
W. L. DECKER
VETEBINAKY SURGEON AND
Office: Sbute's Livery Stable.
Look! Look! Look!
Bed and Springs from $7.00 up
Couches from $7.50 up
Davenports from $9.00 up
Dressers from $10.50 up
These prices for this week. Buy now and 1
Many other bargains. Come and see for 1
Comparing quality our prices cannot be 1
McNEIL'S FURNITURE STORE
CAV? Where do you trade?
Why, at Mill William, of course, for
he carries a complete line of everything.
WM. MILL WILLIAMS
Telephone 121 NORTH GLOBE
Smoke tho Old Reliable
La International Cp
El Paso - - - - Texai
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
1 Hcail the Silver Belt; alwas i
ANYTHING YOU WAtfK
Of the quality you want, in the
Quantity you require, is our ot
er in Meats and Poultry
Another offer we propose b
carJful handling, cutting nvl
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination.
roved by years of
ealing, ought we not to nae
Pioneer Meat Co.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY,. EAST GLOBE
J. W. WALTER
Will carry on his business
the 1st of March in Edwards
Neflf s store. All clothes toil'
order will be made at hoe
the latest styles. Eeaso
Prices. Satisfaction guaranty
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