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Aiuona railroads havo complied
' . ninn.innr tolemrnnhers law.
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I ,h ffcat into effect on Sunday.
dealing nn nxo a Tucson man
.. sentenced to Borvo n term of
tvfitc KVS 'n tll pini11 C0ntJ'
He should hnve nllowed bis wife.
f .!. iif securinc her own wood-
and employ an extra superintendent and
Alleging that tlioy are receiving poor
food, tho sheop shearers of Beardsloy
enmp have gono on a strike. The men
were paying $1 a dny for food and
were getting a service of alfalfa pud.
ding and Mexican beans.
Bonson is experiencing n house fam
ine, which isn't n bad symptom, but
ono which should bo rcndllv remedied.
Benson is soon to oroct a new school
Aitcrez ',as keen nrrested at
n and held to the grand jury
Li ba 1 on a charge of murdering
fl' i - . whAdn lmli irnu fmiTiil
.i.. tTC(ts of Tucson recently. A
tfwan w an states that she wit
eJ th1 '"Sody. She !s boing held
nil a a """
.on rml estate men report con-.-i,i
.irtiMtv in their line. A mini-
v of hH ,,pnIs ,vcro rt,l)0rt,(l las
jmf3 IJant J080 Corral and Al-
it......ln7 urn nnilpr arrest at
f..wB charged with burglarizing tho
s"sfii ranvU uous ncar tliat cty
. btea secured somo Canadian
'..,v ami m attempting to pass it
"it arros'ea for tho Itussel job. Thoy
ff prartu all made a confession.
pie townite for Ornclo, Pima conn-
. .. vn .Wlnrr-il vnlitl liv Coilllllis-
Is ... T?,hnr,Uon of tho irencrnl land
c.: "' mi 7 i i
.,jt Wan ngion. nic .rizuu.i inuu
lit., from wh eh the case was appeal-
l.ji tJ adversely to tho townsito poo
I t The 'asc has been in litigation
ij i number oi years.
TCfon railroad men arc boring for
hj.ar Del Rio.
TV Preicott Courier takes this fall
j..a tie Douglas business men: "Big
am are not wake-ups, thoy arc sleep
. -ctrs. The p-gs squeal, tor big um-
rs, and go to sleep after they get
pit Shannon of Prcscott failed to
li"i a ball that was thrown to him
uj u now going around with a badly
Frolic in C'oontown," is soon to bo
1-3 ca bv the coons of Prcscott.
Tie board of trado of Tempo will bo
uprated .th a capital stock of $5,
.) Tho organizat'on, which was ef-
Ilit'i last week, has a membership of
i fire of incendiary origin was burn
: the rear of the Turf saloon,
';'js'..cp Mike Walsh has been nr-
l-pfj rnarged with the offenac.
A 5-t a being mad by Tomb-
c aipajers to have an addle on
zJ o the prcent poor house near
'rst ce and .lo away altogether Mth
ilnsro h-i!e near Bisbec. There is
s "f land at Tombstone and tho
u;a"3 luld that it would be a wato
'.x-t mone to secure a no a' site
md Sidewalk Reinforced
Estimates on Buildings
(Tho Call of tho Desert," is the
name of a new Arizona mngazino to be
edited from Phoenix.
E GREAT HIT
HIGH OLABE AETISTS PEESENT
"THE MIDDLEMAN" AJT THE
DREAMLAND LAST NIGHT.
A Tuchon snloonist listening to the
entreaties of his thirsty patrons, kept
his place open after hours, and the next
dny he paid a fino of $100.
Tucson's new high school building
will bo completed in a few days and
will bo rendy for occupancy about
The Now York store at Tempo was
ontered by burglars, but nothing of
vnluo was taken. TJjo oflicors aro of
tho opinion that local parties did tho
job and that they woro frightened awnj
before they secured the desired plunder.
Under Sheriff Hopkins of Cochise
county has served II. E. Berner, as
clerk of tho board of supervisors, with
an official notico from tho supreme court
that tho territory would apply on
March 523 for a peremptory writ of man
damus to compel the board to place on
the assessment rolls for tho year 1907,
ns per the order of August 11, tho 200
per cent raise on non-production pat
cned mines in Cochise county.
Louis Rosenthal has been found guilty
of mak'ng an indecent exposure in a
public place at Bisbec and sentenced to
servo ninety days in the county jail.
Indignation was so intenso that a close
guard was kept about tho offender to
prevent a lynching.
Bisbco's board of trado is arranging
for a big banquet this week.
Four enses of typho'd fever broke
out simultaneously in a Bisbeo home,
all the parties being related.
Cochiso countv will soon file suit
against tho Southern Pacific railroad
for 40,000, alleged delinquent taxes.
Tho street car lines of Phoenix aro
to bo considerably extended, and nat
urally more town lots will tlooil tho mar
Justice T. W. Grior of Lowell has
been acquitted on a .charge of falsify
ing public records.
A call for bids has been made and
work on tho proposed Shattuck smelter
at Douglas will be commenced within
Tho Armiu Players begnn nn engage
ment at the Dreamland last night,
which it is hoped will lo an extended
ono, ns tho company is by far tho best
stock 'company that has over played in
Globe and with a few possiblo excep
tions, better thnn any "ono night
stand" that has played hero this sen
son. Tho vehicle chosen for tho first
thrco nights is "Tho Middleman," the
play mndo famous by E. S. Willard, in
which Mr. Armin appears as Cyrus
Blcnknrn, the old inventor. His inter
pretation of the role in last night 's per
formance wns exceptionally clover and
ho rose to the soveral climaxes in a
manner that won him round? of ap-1
lause. His support was as nearly fault
less as it could bo and showed tho com
pany to be a very huporior organization
to bo playing stock in this section of
the country. Tho work of Miss Eleanor
Hnbor nstMary Blcnknrn was especial
ly good. Tho company on tho wholo is
very well balanced and it would be
difficult to select one of tho number I
who is not an artist of class. Tho spe
cialties introduced between tho acts
were pleasing and all of them were
The Armin company has made nn
excellent record in tho territory, having
played eighteen straight weeks at tho
Orphcum in Bisbee and comes hero from
a vory successful engagement at Tucson.
Whito Mountain Lodge No. 3, J and
A. M., will confer tlie third degrco this
evening. V:siting breathrcn cordially
invited. By order of tho V. M.
$10.00 paid by D:, Shoop for any re
cent case of Grippe or acute Cold that
a 25 cent box of Preventics will not
bteak. How :s this for an offer? Tho
Doctor's supreme confidence, in these
little Candv Cold Cure Tablets Pre
ventics is certainly complete. It's ai
S1UU npninst lift cents nrcttv Imp odds.
And Preventics, remember, contain no
quinine, no laxative northing harsh
nor sickening. Pneumonia would never
appear if early colds were always
broken. Safe and suro for feverish
children. 43 Preventics 2,"c. Palaco
and Globo Pharmacies.
Lake 12.fi0 to 12.75, Electrolytic 12.37
to I2.62Jj, and Casting 12.25 to 12.50.
Lend advanced to 13, 17s, Ud in Lon
don and locally was dull and unchanged
at 3.05 to 3.75.
(By the II. H. Bru Co.)
American Smelting 00.00
Colo. Fuel & Iron 10.00 . ...
Southern Pacific 07.75
Union Pacific 112.50 .
U. S. Steel 29.00
do pfd 92.75
Mexican Central 18.00
Missouri Pacific 31. 75
Arizona Commercial 18.00 19.00
Boston Cons .'. 11.02 11.87
Bingham Cons 1.50 1.75
Butte Coalition 20.00 20.37
Calumet & Arizona 101.00 101.50
Copper Rnngo f 01.00 02.00
Greene Cnnnnoa 8.25 8.02
Michigan 8.00 8.50
Nevada Cons 9.25 9.50
North Butto 51.23 51.50
Old Dominion 30.00 30.50
Shannon 10.37 10.75
Trinity 14.50 15.00
Utnh Cons 39.25 39.37
Utnh Coppor 20.50
Americnu Saginaw 2.75 3.25
Amor. Copper (Gloho) 04 .08
Balnklnla - 2.25 2.50
Black Mountain 3.75 4.00
Butto &. Arizona 15 .55
Butto & London 1. .75 '.85
Comanche 04 .00
Calumet & Globe 25 .75
Denn Arizona 3.50 3.02
Davis Daly 3.50 1.00
Dominion Copper 1.50 2.00
East Butto 4.87 5.25
F'vo Points .33
Globo Cons 0.02 7.00
Greeno Gold & Silver 70 75
Helvetia 3.12 3.02
Hancock - 5.50 0.00
Inspiration -'.. .15
Keystone -...r -93
L. S. & A 2.50 3.00
Raven 1.00 1.12
Santa Fc 2.00 2.25
Superior &. Boston .'. 2.37 2.75
Shattuck 10.00 17.00
Ninissing ... 0.12 0.37
Superior & Pittsburg .... 12.37 12.0'.'
Nat. Min. Expl 50 .55
Nevada Utah 3.87 4.0.0
Warren 3.00 1.00
Wolv. & Ariz 1.50 2.00
Five dollnrs reward to person who
found s'lvcr mntchsafe at foot of
Sleeping Beauty mountain about Feb.
27. Engraved, "O. R. L. Feb. 15, '05."
Don't MIes It.
A fino program of moving pictures
and illustrated songs at the Iris. En
tire change tomorrow.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. will hold thoir semi
monthly meeting today at 2:30 p. in.
at tho Baptist church. All interested
in this work aro cord. ally invited to
attend March 3, 1908.
MARKET HELD UP IN SPITE OF
DECLINE IN METAL SMELT
ING CUTS DIVIDEND IN TWO.
j-Mioiy Concrete Block nouse, West
e Lumber Yard. P. O. Box 221.
Tickets for the Piano Recital by J.
Homer Grunn, ass'sted by Mrs. V. II.
Brooks in readings and Mrs. Paul Lee
Butz in vocal selections, accompanied
by Mrs. L. G. Coombs, are on sale now
at Van Wagcnen's store, or may be
boucht at tho door of the church aftci
J 7:30 p. in. on the evening of the con
cert, Thursday, March 5, at tho Meth
odist church. Concert to begin at 8
M. L. SANBORN, PUBLIC STEN
OGRAPHER, ROOM 21, GLOBE OF
We Buy and Sell Stocks In
All Markets On Commission
THE H. H. BRU CO.
TOT BUILDING GLOBE. ARIZONA
'. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
NEW YORK, March 2. The slender
aggrcgato of business in stocks today
was mostly completed during the first
hour, when the announcement wns mado
that tho dividend of American Smelting
had been cut from eight por cent to
four per cent. On that basis the stock
rallied from the early depression to
ocr Saturday's price, tending to show
the agility of practiced traders in nn
ticipation of tho event.
A resumption of operations in tho
Montana mining camp was a factor
of positive strength. It came in con
firmation of tho assertions of last week
regarding which thcro wns more or less
skepticism. The responso of stocks af
fected was moderate. Railroad earn
ings reported, showed heavy inroads re
sulting fro tho depression, and reports
of drasty measures of curtailment in
expense in tho Gould system did not
prevent evidence of weakness in somo
of that group. Bonds were dull.
ICE: 174 S. Broad St.
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St.
Barclay, higdon & co.
Single and Double Teams
Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
ll7l Globe. Arizoia
Best Cafe In Globe
erytnlng now and first class. Open day and night. Table service
85t the market affords. He1ar munis nnd inrt nrrlora Wn vnnf
Patronage Room formorly occupied by St. Louis saloon.
NEW YORK, March 2. Copper was
lower in tho English market, with spot
57, 5s, Cd and futures 57, 5s, Cd. Lo
cally wenk and generally lower, with
If you would like to fool some wise
Coffco Critic, who "knows fine Coffet
on taste and flavor," quietly mako foi
him a batch of Dr. Shoop's "Health
Coffco" and serve it piping hot. It
deceived Mrs. Shoop, and will I believe
deceive any one. And there is not a
grain of real Coffee in it. Health Cof
fee is made from pure toastfcd grains,
malt, nuts, etc. Made in a Minute
no 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling.
1J. pounds 25. Morehead & Lunn.
Brown, tho Notary.
Growing Aches and Pains.
Mrs. .Tosio Sumner, Brcmond, Tex.,
writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow
Liniment in my family for three years.
I would not be without it in the house.
I havo used it on my little girl for
growing pains nnd aches in her knees.
It cured her right away. I hnvo also
used it for fros bitten feet, with gdod
success. It is tho best liniment I evci
used." 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by Pal
NOTARY PUBLIC AT THE SIL
VER BELT OFFICE. ,
For Diseases of tho Skin.
Nearly all d'senses of tho skin such
as eczema, tetter, salt rheum nnd har
bor's iteh, are characterized by an in
tense itching nnd smarting, which often
makes life a burden and disturbs sleep
and rest. Quick relief may be had by
applying (Jhambcrla'n's Snlvo. It al
lays tho itching and smarting almost in
stantly. Many cases have been cured
by its uso. For snlo by all Druggists.
:: is a most opportune time for you to begin trading with us, and the
j proper thing afterward is to continue doing so for several reasons, f
:: which are that our place is clean and sanitary our goods are the
:: best obtainable at all thms and our prices are consistent with first i
quality products, and the perishable stock is always properly taken J
care of. Among the fresh items coming in daily are: J
Crimson Rhubarb -
Snapping String Beans
Always the best grades of oranges, apples, grape fruit, pears, ban-
anas, and in fact all fruits in season on hand. Special attention
pid to fresh fish, shrimp, crabs, lobsters and oysters. Arrivals
every other day. Are you with us? Your neighbor is.
PHONE 1871 Z
399 BROAD STREET
The Central Meat Market has
jU3t received the first shipment
of Chirachua Hereford steers and
calves, acknowledged the best in
Arizona. Also a treat for tho
public, pork tenderloin and spare
ribs. In connection wo carry
tho usual lino of Butter, Eggs,
Chickens, Turkoys, livo and
dressed, Cheese, Salt Fish, Sauer
Kraut and Sausage, Salt Mack
erel, Oysters and Smoked Bloaters
Seasonable Goods v
We have just received and have on display a fino showing of seas
onable goods, which will interest tho ladies of Globe.
Pretty things in Ladies', Missc3 and Children's house dresses in
Chambray and Ginghams, in 'all colors and various styles at prices ex
Ladies' Underskirts in Silk, Heatherbloom and Gingham, in all
wanted colors and in the latest patterns. Also a splendid lino of white
A few white shirt waists reduced in prico to a geunine bargain
Wo have now in stock a full and up-to-dato lino of infants' and chil
dren's ready-to-wear garments.
A lot of ladies' fancy colors in lace, chiffon and silks at greatly
New spring goods in all departments aro being shown.
JacR Collins, Manager 1 1 Watch for the announcement
OATLIN & POWELL CO.
Special Attention Paid to
New York Curb, London Market, San
Francisco Stocks, Unlisted Securities,
Active and Inactive Mining Shares.
Wehrc itieoldcstfMabUMicrt house In Nen
York making a pclattv ot unllMetl spcur-
ill's Wi refer to my bin In New Yoik.
Our untlstlcal deoa tmc-nt Is co i.plrle nnd
up to ilut and w will b: plal to answer all
inquiries for lnfcmntlon and Quote prices on
any security. Keprescmea In all inaikeu.
I'hhadelphia Office: Drcxol Building.
35 Wall St.. NEW YORK.
of our formal opening
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
and found it to bo all claimed for it
in tho advertisements. Threo of tho
family hnve used it with good results
in summer complaint. II. E. Howe, pub
lisher of tho Press, Highland, Wis.
For snlo by nil Druggists. .
GREAT SLAUGHTER of SHOES
FOR MEN, WOBD2N AND CHILDREN
Wo aro going to closo out these goods at any sacrifice. They rep
resent the best makes of the best factories. You couldn't buy them any
cheaper at auction and in this silc jou have the advantage of taking
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR
all tho tirno you want in making an examination. We mean what we
say. Good shoes at less than auction prices.
In endless variety are also in this great sale. You'll be surprised when
you seo the goods and hear tho pricc3.
The Lenten 'Season opens tomorrow with Ash
Wednesday and closes with Easter, April 19. With
great care and at great expense we have prepared
for this religious season. Commencing tonight; we
will receive daily in perfect condition, all kinds of
deep sea and river fish, including crabs, lobsters,
shrimp and oysters. Trade at a market where
you can get everything; and that market is
The Independent Market
In a new locaticn
668 W.Broad Street
T lephone No. 7 1
Ryan & Gaskcll aro tho only
Peerless Independent Butchers in
Globe, and will bo pleased to sup
ply their many old friends with
tho best beof, mutton, pork, veaf,
For a LJ Deal try us.
Phone orders solicited.
668 N. Broad Street.
Two money saving devices of interest
to mining men nnd comparatively new
to this district nrc as follows:
The Davis Calyx "Diamondlcbs"
Core Drill, which uses chilled shot cost
ing under 10c per lb., in htead of dia
monds. Will drill any ground. It does
as much work in average ground and
much more in soft ground than a dia
mond drill, and its first cost is less. It
is mado in sovcrnl stee3, to run by hand,
horse, gasoliue, or steam, power. Dc
scribed in catalog G-91.
A still more important new thing is
tho Temple-Ingorsol Electric-Air Drill,
run by compressed air, but still using
electric power transmission; run by gas
olino or steam power; uses 1-3 the pow
er required for an airdrill of equal
capadity; no piping; no foundations.
Tho Old Dominion uses one. Catalog
Q-20 tells of it. .
IngersoII-Rand Co. of Texas,
El Paso, 'Texas
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
I Give this popular place a call
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
From all points In New Mex
ico and Arizona is via Colton
or Los Angeles, California and
tho Salt Lako .Route Short
Lino. All agents sell tickets
via" this route. Ask them or
T. C. PECK
General Passenger Agent,
41 BROAD (3TEEET P. O. Box 807