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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, March t
(Tho Sour of the Hurled Stream)
Doer-hoof dint- and mocenshi print
Stamped with moss that rimmed my
Adder's tongue and fragrant mint
Grew where nothing now may grow,
Dragon Hies in shimmering hcIiooIh
Hoveled here, on airy rout;
.Minnows rilled and dimpled pools;
Through my rapids dashed the trout,
(tone the hunter, lied the deer;
All the birds 1 foved are Mown;
.Men have hid my waters clear
Under piles of rigid stone.
Men have tombed my silver springs;
Vet, within tho sunless eaves
All unheard, my torrent sings,
All unseen I pour my waves.
Mocking, delving, deep 1 lurk.
What! they dream my fount is dry J
l.o! I ruin all their work,
.Mortal they, but deathless I.
Let them hold their gloomy day!
- 1 that laugh shall inle at last.
When the massive walls deoay,
When the towers to earth aie east.
I shall flash a clearer sun,
I shall lure my birds again;
Deep in bloom thy streams shatt run
Through the crumbled homes of men,
(Jo slow and the other fellow may
beat to it.
A man's greatest success in life is
Some men would have more money if
their friends would pay up.
Kxeessive politeness seldom has any
thing in common with tho truth.
A man thinks he has forgotten his
troubles when he is having n good time.
About the second time you meet a
woman she begins to tell you her trou
bles. Chisago News.
Tho statement that the kaiser's mid
night speech was received with lusty
"Hear, hears," by the crowd may have
been taken by many as a very free ren
dering in English of some German cry.
But " lloert, hoertl" is a recognized
parliamentary cheer in Germany, which
lias paid the mother of parliaments the
compliment of imitation in this re
spect. Prance is content with "Tres
bien!' and oven America has not
taken kindly to "Hear, hear!" Mr.
.Austin Pjhelps, writing in 1SS3 on
"Knglish Stylo in Public Discourse,"
called the cheer n "remarkablo instance
of provincial phraseology in Great Bri
tain, which has no lodgment in Amer
ica." At Westminster, as Maenuley
said, and Mr. Phelps found still to be
the case, "Hear, hear!" can express
admiration, acquiescence, indignation or
derision, according to the intonation.
DARK DAYS AHEAD
Mother's looking worried lately
Father's getting rich;
All his risks are paying greatly,
Sister's looking rather stately,
But our woes will soon he doubled,
.Mother's looking badly troubled
Father's growing rich.
Shame and sorrow soon must follow
Fnthcr's getting rich;
, We'll have wealth in which to wallow;
Mother's cheeks are getting hollow;
Long we've diligently sought it;
Now they'll ask us how we got it
Father's getting rich.
"Who is your favorite composer!"
inquired the artistic person.
" can't say just at this moment,"
answered Mr. Cumrox, with an appeal
ing glance at his wife, "but it's some
body whose music I can't remember
and whose name I can't pronounce."
Old Landmarks Going
If Washington Irving's old home, at
Seventeenth street and Irving place, is
torn down to make room for the new
courthouse, which will front on Union
squaie and extend back to Irving place,
about the last historic mansion in this
neighborhood will disappear. The old
Wiliam K. Kvarts mansion, at Second
avenue and Fourteenth street, was le
moved some time ago, to make way for
a large apartment house, which bears
the famous senator's name, and the gi
gantic maternity hospital, presented to
the city by .1. Pierpont Morgan, now oc
enpies the site of tho old Hamilton Fish
homestead at Seventeenth street and
Second avenue. The dispandment of
the club to preserve the Roosevelt house
(the birthplaco of the president) in
Fast Twentieth street, means the .disap
pearance of another landmark in a short
time, as the block is now practically
tilled with modern business buildings.
The home of Tilden, in Grnmmercy
park, is probably tho last historic house
in this section of the town, though it is
modern, compared with the others. It
is a house of considerable size and mncr-
nificence and is now occupied by the
National Arts club. Now York" corres
pondence in Pittsburg Dispatch.
Bull Kills a Matador
Bull fighting in Mexico has had its
Antonio Montos, a favorite matador,
hud had trouble getting one bull, a na
.tivc Mexican product, into a good posi
,tiou for tho final thnist. When he did
so, after much maneuvering, ho himself
was backed up against tho wooden
feuco which surrounds tho ring.
He killed tho bull "beautifully," but
in tho animal's dying rago the bull
caught and throw the matador three
times, inflicting the fatal injuries.
After preparing tho body for ship,
ment back to Spain, whero all good bull
fighters come from and whero they are
always buried, it was plnced in the
chapel of the Spanish ccmotery in this
city where, through tho carelessness of
the guard, the candlo was allowed to
fall over and set fire to tho draperies,
burning down tho chapel and cremating
' the body.
Aside from the natural intorest in
such an event and tho dramatic fea
tures of the fight, death and cremation,
it was one of tho most interesting of
sights to seu thu crowd of Mexicans of
all classes, from tho highest to tho low
est, which hung about the house whoro
the dying favorite lay,
The crowd was novor less than two
hundred and often greater than two
thousand, a most Interesting commen
tary on the statement, often made, that
bull fighting as a sport is on tho wane
in popularity here. Howcvor, some lit
tle agitation, backed by well known peo
ple, has been begun looking to tho per
manent closing of tho bull rings. Mod
MINKRAL APPLICATION No. 230,
United States Land Ofilce, Phoenix,
Arizona, March 9, 1907. Notice is horeby
givou that 12. A. Wayne, of Qlobo, Ari
zona, as attorney in fact foriGlobo Con
solidated Copper Company, has made
application for patent to tho OSOKOLA
lode, Survey No. 2323, situated in the
Globo Mining District, Giln County, An
zona, in Sections 13 nnd 21, Twp. 1 N.,
11. 15 K.f G. & S. R. B. & M., and de
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho N. W. Cor. of Sec.
24, Tp. 1 N, R. lfi K., G. & S. U. B. &
M., bears N. 88 deg. 21 min. W. '297.0
feet; thence N. U deg. 9 min. E. 1307.2
feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 51 deg.
41 min. E. 252 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence
S. 53 deg. 1 min. W. 377.8 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thenco S. -Hi deg. 22 min. W.
9IS.7 feet to Cor. No. 5; thonco N. 51
deg. 41 min. W. 88.4 feet to Cor. No. 1,
the iilaco of beginning. Location no
tices aro recorded in Records of Mines,
County Recorder's ollico, Gila County,
as follows: Original, Book 11, page 4J5 ;
amended, Book S, page 3(15; amended,
Book 12, pago 191: amended, Book 12,
page 138. Adjoining claims aro I. A.
L. on the northwest; Amoricau Boy on
the northeast; Tip Top, Wild & Wooly
and Darius on tho southeast; Cotton
wood on the southwest. MILTON I?.
First publication March 12, 1907. 189
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 231
United States Land Oflico, Phoenix,
February 2G, 1907. Notice is hereby
given that E. A. Wnyno, of Globe, Ari
zona, as attornoy in fnct for Globe
Bostou Copper Mining Company, has
made application for patent to the
Belle, American Boy, I. X. L., Cotton
wood and Populist lodo mining claims,
Survoy No. 2311, situated in tho Globe
Mining District, Gila County, Arizona,
in Sections 13, 14, 23 nnd 24, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. .M., and de
scribed as follows: BELLE Beginning
at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho W. Vi Cor. of
Soc. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R.
B. & M., bears N. 29 deg. 41 min. W.
1087.3 feot; thonco N. 52 deg. 58 min.
E. 120(5.1 foot to Cor. No. 2; thonco S.
51 deg. 31 min. E. GOO foot to Cor. No.
3; thonce S. 53 deg. 3 min. W. 12G0.2
feot to Cor. No. 4; thenco N. 51 deg.
31 min. V. 597.5 foot to Cor. No. 1, the
placo of beginuing. Conflict with the
Aztec lodo claim, Survoy No. 820, con
taining .10S acre, excluded. AMER
ICAN BOY Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whence the S. W. Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp.
1 N.f R. 15 E., G. & S. It. 1$. & AL,
bears S. 30 deg. 38 min. W. 1484 feot;
tlienco N. 53 deg. 3 min. E. 1 129.5 feot
to Cor. No. 2; thenco S. 51 deg. 11 min.
E599 feet to Oor. No. 3; thence 8. 53
deg. 3 min. W. 1429.5 feot to Cor. "No.
1; thenco N. 51 deg. 41 min. V. 509
feet to Cor. Ho. 1, tho plnco of begin
ning. Conflict with Triangle lodo claim,
Survoy No. 1050, containing .339 acre,
excluded. I. X. L. Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho N. W. Cor. of Sec.
24, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. &
M.. bears N. 88 deg. 21 min. 4v. 297.0
feet; thence N. 48 deg. 33 min. W.
GOO feet to Cor. No. 2; thonce N. 41
deg. 30 min. E. 1403.3 feot to Cor. No.
3; thence S. 48 deg. 33 min. E. 591.2
feet to Cor. No. 4; thenco S. 41 deg. 9
min. W. 14G3.3 feet to Cor. No. 1, the
placo of beginning. COTTONWOOD
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the N.
W. Cor. of Sec. 24, Tp. 1 N., E. 15 E.,
G. & S. R. B. & M., bears. N. 88 deg.
21 min. W. 297.G feet; thence 8. 50 deg.
19 min. W. 1411 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thenco N. 48 deg. 33 min. W. 000 feet
to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 50 deg. 19 min.
E. 1441 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. -IS
deg. 33 min. E. 000 feet to Cor. No. 1,
the place of beginning. POPULIST
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco the S.
E. Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N,' R. 15 E.,
G. & S. R. B. & M., bear? S.l deg. 21
min. E. 417.4 feet; thonce S. 50
deg. 19 min. W. 1441 feot to Cor. No.
2; thonce N. GO deg. G min. W. 007.1
feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 51 deg.
38 min. E. 1500 feot to Cor. No. 4;
thonco S. 00 deg. G min. E. 571.7 feet to
Cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning. Lo
cation notice are recorded in Records
of Mines, except as otherwiso stated,
County Recorder's ofilce, Gila County,
as follows: Belle original, Book 3,
page 448, amended, book 8, pago 307;
American Boy Book 3, pago 501,
amended, Book 8, page 304; I. X. L.
original, Book 7, Records of Globo Min
ing District, pngo 149, amended, Book
8, page 3GG; Cottonwood originnl, Book
.1, pago ;04, amended, Book 8, pago 355,
amended, Book 8, page 300; Populist
originnl, Book 4, pago 372, amended,
nook 8, pago 307. Adjoining and con
flicting claims aro Crancor, Aztec and
Stnllo & Moody on tho northwest; Pi
nal, Satisfaction, Amber and Triangle
tin the northeast; Triangle, Tip Top, Os
ceoln, Darius and Copper King on tho
southeast; and Canon on tho southwest.
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication March 12, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER SEVENTEEN
An Ordlnnnco Establishing tho Firo
Limits of tho City of Globo.
Bo it ordnined by tho Mnyor nnd
Common Council of tho City of Globo:
That portion of tho City of Globo
within tho following described boun
daries is horeby declared to bo tho fire
limit of tho City of -Globo:
Beginning at tho juncture of Cotton
wood ui.d Hill Streets in said City of
Globe; thonco northerly along II ill
Streot to tho Northeast comer of Lot
10 in Block 73 of tho Townsito of
Globo; thonco westerly along tho north
boundary of said Lot 1G, 102.1 foet;
thence Northerly along tho east boun
dary of Lot 33 in said Block to Pinal
Creek; thoneo along Pinal Creek to tho
juncture of Haskins Itoud with Broad
Street; thonco in a southwesterly di
rection to tho" railroad track on Willow
Street; thonco soutborly along tho rail
road track to a point opposito Cotton
wood Street; thonco easterly along Cot
tonwood Street to tho placo of begin
ning. SECTION II.
It shall be unlawful for any person
to erect, alter, or add to, or cause to
bo erected, altered or added to any
structure or building within tho fire
limits of tho City of Globo as created,
bounded nnd described in this ordin
mice without first having obtainod a
permit from tho Mnyor nnd Common
Council of tho City of Globo.
Applications for such permits shall
bo filed with the City Clork and shall
sot forth tho nature and plan of the
building or improvements, and the place
whoreou the sivmo is proposed to bo
It shall bo unlawful for any porsou
to maintain within tho said firo limits
nuy tent or canvas covered building,
or othor structure with canvas or cloth
roof or lining, or any stovo pipes run
ning through any side or roof opening
in nny building.
All porsons aro horeby forbidden to
store or kcop, or cause to bo stored or
kopt, within the firo limits above dc
scribed, any gunpowdor, blasting pow
dor, giant powder, gun cotton, nitro
glycerine, conl oil or gasoline, or
any other oxplosivo or combusti
ble material of whatever na
turo; except twenty-five pounds of
black powder and ten cases of conl oil,
which may bo kopt by any storekeeper
on his promises for immediate sale.
Provided, this shall not bo deemed to
provent tho u'jo of gasoline lamps or
engines, about which not more than
fivo gallons of gasolino aro stored.
When pormits havo beon granted foi
tho erection or alteration of buildings
within the fire limits, tho plans thorcof
shall not be materially changed with
out tho consont of tho Common Coun
cil; and no more than one-third of the
stroot about any premisos may bo oc
cupied or obstructed with building ma
terial, and at no time shall tho public
strcots bo obstructed with building ma
terial unless a permit therefor is had.
Any permit granted as horcinboforc
provided may bo revoked in the cvont
the construction work is carried on in
a reckless manner, making tho streot
about tho premises dangerous.
Passed and adopted tha 21st day of
February, 100 1.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk. 130
tho Globo-Boston Coppor Mining Com
pany, hns mado application for patent
to tho Booster lodo mining claim, Sur
voy No. 2302, situated in tho Globo Min
ing District, Gila County, in Sec. 13,
Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
described as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence thoN. E. Cor. of Sec. 13,
Tp. 1 X., B. 15 E., O. & S. B. B. & M.,
boars N. 23 dog. 40 min. E. G4G.7 feet;
thonco S. 51 deg. 41 min. E. 570.2 feot
to Cor. No. ; tlienco S. 57 dog. 15 min.
W. 1315.9 feot to Cor. No. 3; thenco 8.
58 dog. 10 min. W. 181.3 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thenco N. 51 deg. 41 min. W.
59G.2 feet to Cor. No. 5; thonco N. 58
deg. 18 min. E. 498.1 feet to Cor. No.
0; thence N. 57 dog. 58 min. E. 1005.7
foot to Cor. No. 1, tho place of begin
ning. Conflict with the Search Mo un
surveyed lodo mining claim containing
.370 aero, is excluded. Location notices
aro iccorded in Records of Mines.
County Recorder's oflico, Gila Counay,
as follows: Original, Book 3, pngo 592,
amended, Book 8, pago 302. Adjoining
and conflicting clnims, as shown by tho
plat of survey, aro Gnrrett nnd Gill
on the northwest; Big Johnnie, Searcli
Mo and an unknown claim on tho north
"east; Searcli Me, Bowery Girl and Bed
Rock on tho southeast; Winchell on tho
southwest. MILTON R. MOORE, Reg
ister. First publication February 23, 1907.
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
PASQUAL NIGRO BLOCK '
Finest Family Resort in Town The Best of Service.
Short Orders Day and Night Our Specially.
Sunday Dinners from 5 to 8 P. M.
We send out meals free of charge anywhere in Globe.
C. ARNOLD & CO., Props.
Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and 'vehicles
of every kind
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1901,
3818 (Sec. 18). It shall be tho duty of
every poison owning, or having chargo
of, or undor his control, property in
this Torritory subject to taxation, and
in this titlo providod, to make out and
dolivor to tho Assessor, between the
first Monday in February and tho first
Monday in dune, in each year, a cor
rect list of tho same, as required by
law, whother ho shall receive from the
Assessor ri notice or demand to do so
or not; and evory assessment mado
against property subject to taxation
shall bo valid, whether such notice or
demand was received or not.
Personal proporty taxes must bo naid
whon assessed, unless secured by real
All persons having real estate or ner-
sonal property will please call at tho
ouico oi tno Assessor and list their
proporty. ROBT. E. MERRITT.
15a ) Assessor nml Thy rvilnnt,..
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 231.
United Stntos Land Office, Phoonbc,
Arizona, February 10, 1007. Notico is
hereby given that E. A. Wayne, as at
torney in fact for tho Globo-Boston
Copper Mining Company, hns mndo ap
plication for patent to tho Stallo &
Moody, Red Cloud and Crancer lode
mining claims, Survey No. 2290, situ
ated in the Globo Mining District, Gila
County, in Sections 13 and 14, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., described
as follows: Stallo & Moodv Begiiiuing
nt Cor. No. 1, whenco tho W. 14 Cor. of
Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. Jt.
B. & M., boars N. 1 deg. 22 min. W.
580 feot; thonco N. 07 deg. 4S min. E.
280.3 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 01
deg. 27 min. E. 1019.1 feet to Cor. No.
3; thonco S. 54 deg. 48 min. E. 580.3
fept to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 52 deg. 58
min. W. 1275.5 feet to Cor. No. 5;
thonce N. 54 dog. 48 min. V. G32.2 foot
to Cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
Conflict with Aztec claim, Survey No.
820, containing ,025 acre, and conflict!
with Pinal claim, Survoy No. 810, con
taining .034 aero, are excluded. Red
Cloud Begiuning at Cor. No. 1, whence
tho V. 1, Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 15 E., G. & S". 11. B. & M., benrs
N. 17 deg. 50 min. E. 493 foot; thence
3. 54 dog. 48 min. E. 020.20 feet to
Cor. No. 2; thonco S. 51 deg. 51 min.
V. 1500 foot to Cor. No. 3; .thence N.
54 deg. 48 min. W. 020.20 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thonco N. 51 deg. 51 min. E.
1500 feet to Cor. No. 1, tho placo of bo
ginning. CTancor Boginning at Cor.
No. 1, whonce tho S. E. Cor. of Soc. 14,
Tp. 1 N., E. 15 E., G. & S. II. B. & M.,
boars S. 47 deg. 25 min. E. 910.0 feet;
thonco N. 30 deg. 22 min. W. 260.5 feot
to Cor. No. 2; thenco N. 51 deg. 51
min. E. 12G2.5 feet to Cor. No. 3; thenco
3. 30 deg. '22 min. E. 100 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thonce S. 47 deg. 8 nun. W.
1281.6 feet to Cor. No. 1. tho plnco of
beginning. Conflict with Aztec clnim,
Survey No. 820, containing 2.298 acres,
is excluded. Location notices aro roc
orded in Records of Mines, County Rec
order's ofliee, Gila County, as follows:
Stallo & Moody, original, Book 2, pago
197, amonded, Book 5, page 322, amond
cd, Book 8, pago 369; Red Cloud, orig
inal, Book 5, pago 87, amended, Book 5,
pago 323, amonded, Book 8, page 357;
Crancer, original, Book 5, page 650,
amended, Book 8, pago 309. Adjoining
and conflicting claims, as shown by tho
plat of survey arc Ruth, Giant ""Cactus
and Bryan on tho northwest; Pinal and 1
satisfaction on the northeast; Satisfac
tion, Bell, Aztec and Populist on the
southoast; and unsurvpyed claims on
tho southwest. MILTON It. MOORE,
First publication February 23, 1907.
I 'H IWT' Wl 1 KMn I ail
We have received a Large Line of
Spring and Summer
Shirt Waists and Dresses
They are now on display.
Call and make your selection. The prices are right.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 232.
United States Land Oflico, PJioonix,
Arizona, February 19, 1907. Notico is
hereby given that E. A. Wayne', of
Globo, Arizona, us attornoy in fact. for
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