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MR. CLEVELAND AT SEVENTY
(trover Cleveland was four years past
the "Osier lino" of forty years beforo
ho became known outside of Buffalo.
He was not yet sixty when ho quitted
public life. Tho entire period of his
oliticul prominence covered only lif
teen yrrs, a far shorter time than most
of .mr groat national flgnros have dovot
ed to public service, yet in these fifteen
years he made n wide repute as a re
form mayor of llulTalo, he went to Al
bany on a tidal -wave, vote, anil he ran
for piesiilent three times and was twice
elected, something wheih had hapjK'ned
to no one else since Andrew Jackson.
Mr. Cleveland was an oldish young
man, ami he is now, in spite of his
heavy public labor, a youngish old man.
Fie will bo seventy years old Monday.
He 9pent the last days of sixty-ninth
year shooting ducks in South Carolina.
It is true, as Mr. Cleveland says, that
the "wealth-mail rush of American
life" has a tendency in certain circles
to "impair mental and physical jwnv
er." It is true that "in the.se times of
dollar-chasing many of the most vital
necessities of a normal human life are
being neglected." Man is by heredity
an outdoor animal, and he always suf
fers whne he forgets it too long.
lint besides praising the "simple vir
tues and simple pleasures that gave
strength to the character of our Amer
ican ancestry," lr. Cleveland by the
simplicity of his private life now, as
formerly by his rugged strength and
sturdy common sense in ollicc, is a liv
ing example of the old-fashioned Amer
ican statesman. He is worth a good
deal to his country in that oapacity.
New York World.
violent hands on tho violent hind legs
of this unquestionably Iloiulurau mule.
Hut this is not a matter for two proud
peoples to go to war about. Those, lit
tle hands were never made to tear each
other's eyes in such a quarrel. Evident
ly, in the interest of peace and civiliza
tion, the case ought to go to The Hague
Tribunal, together with the mule, his
hind legs securely hobbled so as to con
fine their play to a .radius of three
inches, and marked for identification
Now Land for Entry
The land oflioo at Phoenix has noti
fied the clerk of the district court of
the opening for entry on May 11, 1DU7,
at ! o'clock n. in., of tho following
lands: Township 12 north, range S cast
(fractional); township 12 north, range
! east (fractional).
To Reforest Pluals
Finest Supervisor Harold Marshall
will begin at once tho reforesting of
the Pinal mountains, having received
fro mthe Fort Hayard forest station
1,000 yellow pine transplants, which are
to be set out near the summit of the
mountains. A nuiscry is also to be
started and 100,000 pine seed sown on
ground already prepared at tho head of
MINE SIGNAL LAW
Establishes Uniform Systom of Mine
Boll Signals and Goes Into Effect on
July 1 All Companies Obliged to Use
the Saino Signals.
Three Members of Supremo Court Agree
that Alleged Negro Assaulter Should
Have New Trial, but for Different
Reasons Gets New Trial.
Tho great peace congress will bo hold
in .Xcw York next month. Senator Till
man will not be tiw of the principal
President Roosevelt will be well quali
fied to go into the railroad business
after he completes his toint in tho
While in Central America I'ncle Joe
Cannon might give so'ine of the bellig
erent states there some advice about
It would bo interesting to know
whether Mayor Sclimitz would have le
tumed from Europe had he known what
was awaiting him in 'Frisco. Hut he"
would have eventually come back at
the state's expense.
THE HONDURAN MULE
Tho iiuilo has frequently furnished a
casus belli. Hut lie has generally lui'
nished it by his own high centrifugal
ity, nut by his national .status. It was
undoubtedly a bold feat of arms for a
handful of thirty-five .Nicaraguaii cav
alrymeu to attempt tho conversion of u
lioiiduruii mule to .Nicaragua!! use. .Not
from fear of Honduras so much as ol
The locus ot the mule and his status
are equally lolt rather nebulous in the
abundaut diplomatic coriespondence. It
is alleged by Honduras and apparently
denied by .Nicaragua that the .Nicnra
guau cavalry trespassed on Jlondurau
soil to recover the mule. It is alleged
by .Nicaragua and apparently denied by
Honduras that the owner of the mule
was really a recreant is'icaraguan who
had merely taken advautage of tho hos
pitality of Honduras to establish liiiu-
kelf within the Nicaraguaii border, leav-'
mg hn mule in a condition to kick over
tho .Nienraguaii line. Jn this case, the
seizure of the mule would bo a question
of domestic policy on the part of .Nica
ragua, and not properly an international
Hut against this Honduras seems, il
we understandor contention, to insist
that the owner of the mule is not fho
nicaraguaii reiugeo at all. As is main
tained by ono of the now Shakespearean
sects that the plays wcro not written by
Hhakospeare, "but by nnothor man of
the same name who lived at the same
time," so, according to Honduras, the
man who owned the mule was an un
questionable Jlonduran, in tho peace of
tho republic of Honduras then and there
eing, although ho did happen to be a
namesake of tho fugitive of Nicaraguaii
justice. It was an -international out
rage, against the peaco of the peoplo of
Honduras and their dignity, for tho
thirty-five Nicaraguaii troopers to lay
Who shall decide when judges of the
"supreme court disagree, or rather, when
they agree but disagree. Well, that's
hard to determine. And with all the
other judges, it is a mixed up affair en
tirely. That 's what happened this morning.
The case was that of William Thompas,
convicted of assault with intent to com
mit rape, in Mohave county.
Thomas was a negro porter on the
Santa Fe railroad. On one of his trips
through Mohnve county n Chicago
young woman accused him of trying to
After a bitterly fought contest Thom
as was convicted and sentenced by
ludge Sloan. He appealed to the su
preme court of the territory for a re
versal of the decision.
This morning Justices Campbell and
Kent held that the decision should be
leverseii hecause at insumcicnt evi
dence. Justice Nave also hold that it
should be reversed, but for another rea
son entirely. He said that the attorney
tor tne pros(s-ution find mHtle improper
romarks, and for that reason Judge
Sloan s opinion should not be upheliir
The fourth judge, Justice Doan, held
that the original decision should be
uphold. This made the members all
disagree with each other, Justices Kent
and Campbell being the only ones in
accord. Hut they only constituted half
the court, not a majority. It would be
no good to draw up an opinion reversing
the decision, for that would only be the
opinion of a .majority of the judges sit
ting. Under the circumstances the only
thing to do is to remand the case back
to Judge Sloan for a new trial, which
was done. Arizona Guzette.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL CO.
At Globe, in the Territory of Arizona.
at the close of business, March 5th,
Loans and discounts, less due
from directors .). 2j.380.38
Due from trust companies,
state and national banks.. -14,3(18.02
Hanking house, furniture and
fixtures 15,04 0.53
Other real estate 4,885.81
Other bonds and mortgages.... 1,300.00
Stocks, securities, etc 15S,'.)3!).84
Current expenses and taxes
Legal tender and national
bank notes 15,(100.00
Exchanges for clearings 02(C't(!
Other items carried as cash .. 2(i(i!si!
Capital stock paid in $ 22,500.00
Undivided profits 1,030.07
Individual deposits subject to
Due to trust companies, state
and national banks 201.88
mils payable 13,018.20
TKIM1ITOUY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
1, A. T. Hamnions, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
A. T. HAMMONS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 23rd day of March, 1007.
My commission expires-Ma'rch 5, 1010.
Coi root Attest:
OKO. W. P. HUNT,
M. C. KKNTON,
N. S. HER RAY,
The following is a copy of the mine
signal bill which passed the legislature
shortly before tjie closing session and
was signed by the governor:
Tho bill is as follows:
(House Hill No. 111.)
To Establish a Uniform System of Miuo
Hell Signals, to He Used in all the
Minos Operated in the Teiritory of
Arizona, and for the Pioteotiou of
March 0, 1007. Introduced by Mr.
Muiphy. Read (list time by Title,
lilies suspended; lead second time,
100 copies oi tiered piinted, aud -ie-feried
to committee on mines and
He It Enacted by the Legislative As
sembly of the 'Punitory of Arizona:
, Section 1. Every portion, company,
i corporation or individual operating
any mine within to territory ot An
zona, gold, silver, load, copper, coal
or any other metil or substance where
it is necessary to use signals by means
of bells or otherwiio for shafts, inclines,
drifts, crosscuts, tunnels and under
ground workings, whall after the pass
age of this bill adopt, use and put in
force the following system or code of
mine bell signal? as follows:
1 bell to hoist.
1 'bell to stoj.
2 bells to loiver.
2 slow bells o lower slow.
3 bells to hoiiit slow, men on cage.
3 slow belli to hoist very slow.
2 1 bolls, 1st sta(ion.
22 bolls, 2nd station.
23 bolls, 3rd station.
2 bolls, 4th station.
31 bolls, 5th station.
32 bells, 0th station.
3 3 bells, 7th station.
41 bells, 8th station.
42 bells, Otlt station.
43 bells, 10th station.
41 bells, Uth station.
51 bells, 12th station.
52 bolls, 13th station.
5 3 bells, 14th station.
5 1 bolls, 15th station.
5 5 bells, ICtlt station.
0 1 bells, 17th station.
02 bolls, 18th station.
5 bells for blasting.
0 bells, turn on or on steam to pump.
7 bells, accident in shaft; wait for
8 bells, turn tin or off air.
Engineer's signal, that he is ready
to hoist is to raise the bucket or cage
two (2) feet and lower it again.
Section 2. For the purpose of en
forcing and promptly understanding
the above code of signals, the follow
ing rules are hereby established.
Rule 1. In giving signals make
strokes on boll at regular intervals.
The bar ( ) must take the same time
as for one (1) stroke of the boll, and
mile 2. o person must get off or
on tho bucket or cage while the same is
in motion. When men are to bo hoisted
or lowered give signal for men. Men
must then get on the bucket or cage,
then give the signal to hoist or lower.
Bell cord must bo in reach of man on
the bucket or cage at stations.
Rule 3. After signal "Ready to
dioot In shaft" engineer must give sig
nal when he is ready to hoist. Minors
nust then give the signal, "Men to be
hoisted," and then "spit fuse," get
into the bucket and give signal to hoist.
Rule 4. All timbers, tools, etc.,
"longer than the depth of the bucket"
to be hoisted or lowered, must be se
curely lashed at the upper end to the
Rule 5. The foreman will see that
one printed sheet of these signals and
rules for each level and one for the
engine room are attached to a boaid
not less than twelve (12) inches wide
by thirty-six (30) inches long, and h
curcly fasten board up where signals
can be easily road at the places above
Rule 0. The above signals mid rules
must be obeyed. Any violation will be
sufficient grounds for discharging the
oarty or parties so doing. No poison,
ompany, corporation or individuals op
crating any mine within the territory
of Arizona shall be responsible for acci
dents that may happen to men disobey
ing the above rules and signals. Raid
notice and rules shall be signed by the
uerson or superintendent having charge
of the mine, who shall designate the
name of the corporation or the owner
of the mine.
Section 3. Any person or rnntii.inv
failing fo carry out any of the pro
visions of this act shall bo responsible
for all damages arising to or "incurred
by any person working in said mine
during tho time of such failure.
Section 1. This act shall take cirect
and be in force July 1, 1007.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results. '
Arivcrtfxemcnts under ilils head 10 cents per line iho first Inxcrtlon and 6 cents per linn each
subsequent Insertion lly the mouth, tl.no per line No art Inserted for less limn to cents. All
arts tinder this lieiict must be paid tor In nd iince, Discount to regular advertisers.
waiters at tho
WANTED TO RENT A four room
houso unfurnished. Inquire at the
Silver licit oflioo. tf
HORSES FOR SALE Three pair work
hoi ses, new harness, one now wagon,
.1. M. Foster, Saffortl. 115
WANTED Woman to work one day
out of the week. Call at this oilice.
WANTED Girl to take care of baby
six months old. Call at this oflice.
WANTED Carpets to clean, general
houso and van I cleaning and staining
floors, by lolinble colore), man. Leave
.eiders for Richanl Wilson at Marx's-
cigar staml. 1 11
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A gold rimmed pair of noso
glasM-s. Call qt this oflioo.
FOR SALE Good team work horses;
cheap for cash; also good double har
ness. Inquire at Svobln, Sobey & Co.
FOR SALE Three room house with
pantry and cellar, opposite the Cen
iial school. Apply to .lames R. Wall.
Heat view of (Hobo. 142
FOR .SALE Ten room house and six
lots with other improvements on the
properly. This is a bargain. Room
28, Trust building "113
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
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
rooms at the McKevitt houso, north
of bridge, over Angius & Zenovieh
grocery store. 151
FOE SALE Six year old mare with
colt and buckskin middle; will sacri
floe if sold this week. Inquire Silver
Holt, G. A. L., or Sliuto's stable. 142
TO RENTTwo room
smelter, Hriek street.
7.0 11 a restaurant.
bouse close to
We have letters for G II P; G L Cj
E P S and X Y Z.
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Choice hams mid bacon, none
Globe Meat Market.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stago will leavo each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 0:30 a.
m., from Hurclny & Higdon's corral.
Mouey to loan on good security,
dress S, Hox 971, city.
The finest line or wall papers evei
slown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
"We must squeeze tho water out of
stocks," saiil the lefonner; "but what
"Use it to irrigate the arid wept,"
suggested another reformer.
For reforui, first of nil, is practical.
These prices for this week.- Buy now and
Many other bargains. Come and see for
Comparing quality our
prices cannot be
receive Kansas poultry twice a
Globe Meat Market.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
Out of Jurisdiction
"Dili you serve the warrant F ' asked ' ry our sausage, the very
the sheriff. t quality. Globe Meat Market
"Xo," said tho deputy. "I found
the dugout in the brickyard, where Hie
desperado had beeu hiding, but he had
left his tenement of claw"
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
hii line. Call and be convinced.
If you want something extra nice in
?l paper, got to Ryan's.
, "Live and let live." Union
Market, O. Musgravo, proprietor.
Just received u carload of the ver.t
latest )1oigns in wall paper designs of
ID07. Ruxtjii A Merritt.
Fine fresli Kansas pork.
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by . leaving
thoir orders at the oflico of
GIBSON 4- HENDERSON,
Mines and Sto,ck Exchange, Globe, Ariz
McNEIL'S FURNITURE STORE
SAY? 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
Go to Huston & Merritt for the finest
lino of wall paper ami house decora
fions of every description
Go to Kyan's
When you want magazines, confection
cry, books, stationery, ammunition 01
grapliOphone record. Souvenir (Mistab
Have You a Property to Sell? ;i
Or Stock to Sell in an Or
ABOUT A YEABAGO I VISITED GLOBE, EXAMINED
PEOPEETIES, TOOK PHOTOGRAPHS OF THEM, RE
TURNED TO THE EAST AND SOLD OVER $50,000
WORTH OF MINING STOCK.
I SHALL BE IN GLOBE FOR A FEW DAYS, WITH
MY HEADQUARTERS AT THE DOMINION HOTEL.
AM PREPARED TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
TAKING PANORAMIC VIEWS OF PROPERTIES AND
SHOWING THEIR RELATIVE LOCATION WITH RE
GARD TO OTHER PROPERTIES, AND COULD AF
TERWARD BE CALLED IN CONSULTATION WITH
PARTIES IN THE EAST REGARDING SALES, ALSO
CONSIDERING BONDING OF A GOOD PROPERTY.
NO CASH PAYMENTS NECESSARY
I H. H. POWERS, """""ion Hotel
S LVr" KiPVKHn P v
Smoke tho Old Reliable
La International Cinar
Ei Paso - - Texas!
$$ i fr ffr tt 'I!11 1"1"I' 'I" I
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
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
I Read the Silver licit: aim
date and newsy.
n f !'
First-class work at bed rock
Riixtnn & Merritt. tho painters.
On and after March 24th, 1907, tho
following butcher fdiops of Globe will
be closed all day Sunday:
Pioneer Meat Co., E. I), lfeed.
Peerless Market, Jlyan & Gnskill.
Globe Meat Market, D. Murphy.
Central Market, M. 0. Bonne. 118
Luke Angius steve Kristovich Nick Zenovich
TRY THE NEW FIRM
ANGIUS --ZENQVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
P. 0. Box 591-Phone 1571 McKevitt Bldg., Globe, Arizona
f Globe Real Estate Office i
We have moved into our permanent quart
ers and will be pleased to serve you.
Call and see us before buying any
Real Estate. We may have just what you
are looking for.
We have unimproved property in any
section of the city and a good assortment
of homes. Some furnished.
We can loan you money 'to build a
home and stop that rent.
GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE 1
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
Next Door to Silver Belt
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rats
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
ANYTHING YOU WANT.
Of the quality-you want, in the
quantity you require, is our or
ter in Meats and Poultry
Another offer we projwse b
careful handling, cutting a
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant
With such a combination.
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co,
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Builder
P. 0 Box 976 Res. Pioneer Dairy
Finest of service and all
the delicacies of season
SPECIALTY OF SHORT
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 fM14
tho 1st of March in Edwards
Neff's store. All clothes wade t
order will bo made at home
tho latest styles. Season1'
Prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
HOP, YET & CO., BROAD ST.
Next to McDonnough's