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PuBMSUJID SBRY THURSDAY,
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J ifte&s of advertising ..given upon
A 1 1 O jr a c y .yt 3j W,
3fehr Utty ? Arizona
Vil! iimofiutt in nil the omtrti I thei
Attorney 'Stid Coun(H4orvtLw
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AifcoGnay At Law-,
JtfrMiMfnsilli. Maricopa, Co, A If.
Will practice in all of the courts
t to r ney at Law.
FlCjRtsijiie, A. T.
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Qivll Engineer ry&jor3
jj wvriaN vx p cents
Ex f r e s is ,
LAaveis Glohe Gity ew&vj 'Lhursdiiy
for McMillenvSk-, immsdiiitdy after
the jerEiv&'l of the wetoni mail, andj
retunis to 0;lohe th& following day.
Builders, and J 0 3$ b s.
Any work entrusted $0 ibempll
mn likfi .manner.
JAS. BC. ZOUBROOTS,
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Vii pronj) tly AwSaMNf dir qfe short
Justice (f the pa?ice, "atai-
Commissioner of Doeds for
J?nciiic ttitas anil Ti
0tftr3 liSs srvicus to f Jtryexs atd
jJ wish tifti
Claras; nip ttfspttit b; on
CMBKS5, ilea pmygr .of 4tst(tlis
ieioahi or- iupuftMtts fC'y'Jnil In
JS pfiice at til I'ionBar lvaa
I WrvtAl and Harm! .
Kawa as G-L0B8 Station, kept
the ;undersign6$.t who aefe fb.
TIB -EX BE S3? I
in the country. Has ujRmfpjtxUle
sleeping roema, good beds,, 4
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GLOBE JHy. - r - - A.rOJ.i
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"Jim Jdfes Jom up jfor thahosta
averj stjsikaoiwi .to the jprojfession,
a ,hjis Bar CQtanr 8ttgiig
-&?k e f jffands i of- .
S i" t
thsir pitti'on&ge, the best in his line, j
Take ft trip through the "(Hobe"
anil be ejmvinced. 4-t
1?. B; Ksox, Wsc. Mouldy.
iQOX & MdSTELJLrY,
Oorer li roadway nad JP8tfc.Ste..v
Ke,p catwiUnily i huud and jfari
rijie Liu iint'st
to be fowiid in iho Territory.'
A.isiBuib Room a.ttwied- .
3810 ) atast .peciofli 6ls ihd ni a-j
zines oonataotly on dbaod "for ,theaG-iJ
cotnmodatioo customers and .f-hsi
the dteaicest brands of
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Wmfr Liquors am G?
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K' 1 f f AiAil tvftnrt a rji nm .- ft CiK-n a .1.
CIGAR ATD TOBAGO 0
So.th BroMi Street, CHobe.
yirs, ZelXou Johnson,
Pro pi'i strews.
wlih ch ?7 beet at this
MoMILLENYILLE, A. T.
?,ttrt0jua sklf;3 find the T&-
mmAm m te$ season,
clean and in aUgax tri.
iC7 SwrruS (Prop,
Ml lands.ofi Wsfcunickiaf done in.
the bee. stjla.at the fhorteet notioe;
icluinr 9t all MiMte, ra$irdL jrpm
yr . . .
The ;umiergnad bat ogejaed
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BR0AB STREBT, GLOBK, A
Bi&er irili '&iiLy be sold by the .bot
The best mil beproridod andfhe
'-. mill be 8uohn5 to suit pH palates.
Griye me a. oalt.
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dinjg and Pack S a d d 1 e g ,
-7isfn and Valosua,
mwDm, ppwpjgR, powpsr,
sfe "ng Implements,
Dry (roods, Oloune, Boati3
and sbpes, Hats, Oaps,
HAS D W ARJS,
Eggs and Milk,
BOUGHT AiTD SOLD
LA bumbla-b&e. yellow Rt gold,
bat perafidtt on a red-clover top,
uame aiopg wita a Kip ana a nop,
"Uood morrowr7 onaii h, "Mr.
You s6em to have eon to a stop.1
We pple tht work,''
. 'Said tha b& -mtiBa jerk,
"Fmd &b&n&taoiBini in stopping
Only iofiect ike you,
Who hr notkmg to do,
jOau keep up a )rpuI hopping.''
The grasshopper pauaed on haa wayt
ina EQougpeujj nnnenea irp niB
pfhy, trouble this aawlimy day,'5'
uoth h, ?tvii ntfiectioni likft
I Mow tb trada f v which I was,
fo ull oaat be wie bumble-beef
'j?har0?i a, iAoa to -ha tad,
And a time ta htt slad:
A time bath r working and stopping
ijo?meji to mace money,
) T : Fdr Y.oa. to make honey.
Ferine to do tiom bat hopping.5
She waf a Kyiwi young lady,
out; oigtaei) years old, and to ao-
by put for an airing. She was wheel
ing it up and down the walk, when
an'oWib man, very deal, came slang
awl inquired for, a eertain narjbn
supposed to live m that street. She,
nearly yelled her bead off trying to
answer him, and he looked around,
oaught sight of the bab and said:
'ice child, that. I suppose yob.
feel proud of him?"
1$ isn't mine," she yelled at him.
Boy, ehl Well, he looks just like
rfcit isn't mines'" sue yetiea aganiy
but he nodded kh head a.nd continu
T ins, ehl Whare's the othsr
: "She started off wi& the cab, but he
dllowed 'and askod:
4 I)id it die of oio2'
Despairing of making him undexn
Stand by words of raoutn, sh eoinfc
ed to the baby, at herself, 8tt then
ahook her liead.
"Yes yea, I' see t'other twin in
the house. Ibeir i'athor ia fond dj
ttheci, ot course.
Bhe turned the cab, and hurried.
the other way, but be fallowed anft
?43p hey kick around much at
tell you 'taint mine," she
shouted loo.kingery red in th face,
(X thmk you're wrong therel" hie
answered. Children broagjit up on
the bottle" are apt to pine and! die."
Sle started on a run for the gate,
but 'beore she opened it he eainfi'v'ap
lfiaye to spank 'em once and
irbile, I suppoael"
She made abojat twenty gaatures
in half a minute, and he hetpedt ifio
caF -jougb the gatet and said:
"ukr children warb all twins, and
X'Il send jay wife down tb give you
gome aiiyica. Ybtl see "
Bntihe pblod u a lower pot and?
nmng it a& mm, jpl j urn pee ddk-
Xn'd-ag abe antgred tb-? house he mli-
bpe inaaaity won't breakout
on -we twiasi'
1 "&ukyille cUtas raporllloilift 5c-
' "i frfin. ffrnnlr TnfArviAWArl.
"'"(yen. Crook haa beao interviewed
by an Omaka Herald reporter. He
'sa.the Bannaoka, Piatee aad some
'of taJshoahones are enncad in-the
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lata uprising, winco. wa cavaad by
the want anDflies. The (raaeral
thinks that it 13 bard upon soldiers to
nave to heat wifen alt the trouble haa
Dean orougat on m. thievm agents,
bus a harder taiag ia to be re eed to
kill the Indians whaa tney are okar-
ly in the richt. Thar are ffoud
grounds for serious appraa&&ion m
regard to trouble with the ladiaai.
iAx Um a. th uwle-lodii!rarHBS
Sited m uae we had tUe advanioa o4f
them, and twenty men could wain a
hundred, but since the breeds-load
ers came into use it is entirely differ
ent; these they can lead on hoxaeback,
and now they ae a match for any
man. In regard to the Bannacka, I
was up there last Spring, and found
them m a desperate condition. X
elegraphed, and the agent telegraph
ed, for auppliea, but word came lat
no appropriation had been made.
They hate never been half supplied,
The agent ha sent them off for half
a yeur to eaabk them to pick up
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sometnmg to aye on. nut thar is
nothing for them in that country. The
nunalo ia all gone, and an Indian
can't catch enough jack rabbits to
Buosiet himself and family, apd taera
isn't enough jaefc-rafebii tq catoh.
fVhat are they going to do? tarm-
tion is staring them in the fae and
if they wait aueb longer they won't
be abla to fight. They unfferand
the situation, and fally annrdotatQ
what ia. before tham.
R. I was told tlw fther day that
the encroachmant upon the Camat
praiciea was the oauae of tha trouble
Gen. C.t-So it ia; Tkoe prairie
are their last source of subsistence,.
They are covered with winter from
April to June or July, and there is
a sort of root which groK in them
under the water, which m nary inaeh
like a sweet potato, A stjuaw can
gajtbacsjijrarl ha a dp ft them.
Then they dig lmle and a a$
in it. After it ie tboronlily heatad
the roots aro put in and baked, and
when thay are tiakan out they are
yery sweet and niee. TKia root ia
their mam source of food supply.
A new pair of twins wlws may riv
al the fame of the Siaimesa oouple
have arrived at the N&w York aquar
ium. Rose and Marie are the namat
of the St. Bunoifc twins, who may lie
described eitber as two girla with one
J1 abdomen und one pair of legs, or as
one gin witn two naas, two caesis
and two pairs of arms. Rosa is a
blonde; Marie k a brunette; each is
French and seven months old, from
St. Benoit, a village near Montreal,
kOanada. Their parents are detoaia
peasants, who apyaar to lore toe twin
offspring. Their mother nurses tham
as any other mother would nurs-t a
bona Jde aet of twins. Together
their shape ie like the latter T. The
fight leg ia used by Rsead the left
Iqf Marie, who haa no aitfjloriiy oyer
fbe right' leg, white has noe
bvjir the lerTt. - They hre oi.e stotn
adh between tho. Roae sometimes
pjmm whilo imi& laughs, and vice
Virginia 'july 10. At 9
ofalpcK last evening the eighth drill
hpi opnn(Jted the 1600 foot level of
M$ Savage mine with the Suko tun
njjw. At 10:3& ekhs giaut cartridg
es were put in ajajt exploded. The
pkst blew out a. hole aliout seven
fee); aoroaa and instantly a rush of
smoke and hot air was wafted through
the drift blowing .Qut the lanterns of
the miners and ailing the drift with
dust and gravel. The draft ia afeo
very strong aad is gradually increas
ing A country. dainseL describing her
first kfss , tetiiei: Jqi&09 ' J&iead that.
sie never knew hqw it happened, but
tha last thing sh taidaBrea, was a
pjisation of ng&tujig rrher breach
in, a"iot-houee" bm of vejitilation
oedby Uvmk refea and tulipa
Ine of Ihe oi
'pM mine, lb aestetm Arnpea,
oame m oa the cars from Ymnz v
few morigs ago. He is oa hie .way
t San Francigco i& cenyey oahand-?
red and fifty Chinamen, whom he&as
employed, to Ariaaa and pcpaes
arrying them in wageaa. Hetcffi;
to make arrangements with the
road for their oonyeyasea to jfuisa
but they ofeargad go outrageoat.Me
was compelled to resort to w8a&
ne eseecs w purcfiaae jus, mja
Los Angeiea. San 'Botm.th (
A WaahbgfcoiC: etoei
tb&BaJMmore S'unjte tsua;
is a great deai o.c6mntesi
the extraordinary and mvrutamfamk
speech of Gen, Sherman ak tat.
ner of the West- Point alamni feesn
ly. Gen. Shemanis rapraased aa
having said that if anj attempt waji
made to disturb Mr, Hayes' tiasth
latter would have .irve eaeelto
maintain his rightsMgd in doem
would have the suppomof the aD&.!
borne of tren hbe&ns ownfirsgsd;
here say that he bas by his poktioal -
speeches in the last-year or two,, done
more to stir up popular prejudge,
against the army than all other Mus
es QOfdbiusd. It is known that maay
army ef&cers of high rank ad dis
tinguished reputation deay (Jtcwcsl
Sh8nsan' right to pkee the Bm$i
the altitude of taking skies& the
polities of the eeansry
From the Star, Tueecas Jfe-av.
S afford is expeotdd in Axisomt wftrn
a few days.
Captain Ledger ? h fe himself
throagh the heawafe the Obsmooli
tan Hotel. " .
Information in regard $pka 'Q.
Colt is aaked for Vlfep &
Oo., in Tucson. " a i
The thermieter riii ;'Ei
the shade at ICair
A banner htarlng t sftetoi pf H,
S. Stevens is itatfta" rwar m Uoa-
moMfeaB Hodl ; bnor
mai in Tamm A ' - ' ' ' - '
Kerene and 6rriftth ha.vetken. a
suib-eonsrfMK lMai:&4daae eac
ry the mail hiQ ii5aea$btf
ana & ,
ma. xne stew sgttamue is awr iiiid
one haf days bejjwsen here aadu-
ma instead of three days as focmac-
ly, which reduces the scoek on . the
road one, half, and all letters raeesv-
ad or sent will be delayed ism dam
This arraagearent is aa, iiwgilt
izona, ami the Boat; Officer Depr
meet at Washing Ion is se. blame for
As a vindicator of John SbarmaB
the Jenks is about the saiae sort of s
success that the Irishman war who
appeared to prove an alibi in favor
of a friend who had been armed
for poaching on the game premlaesr
of an adjacent lord. tvBidyoe-see
the prif oner on the night of ther-alr
lageu crime?" aked the fue0m
cdunssl. UT did, yar honor." re
spouded Patrick. "Was he in the
par'?" "Ho, yerhontr; be had just
leapt the s.htile, sarel" Tha- Sej-li-mony
was ood, but there waslpp
ranch of it m this case, as in tKa aase
of Jenks. John Sberman did. wit
wrlfe any letter, but the Jeafe wa4
intwgninff for several mnths oaj&e
stfetk of a letter she hadupoai:
rha did write and never found ofe$&i,
she nad written it herself until SaeJ-:
laberger called her attention -fejf
&ct after her arrival ia Waahsfjjoii
as a witneas! ?
She Siarprise; Henry Iti'
was senteaioed to be haeged-Hgust
June 22d, at 2 p. mn thq Ijfer
k Rio Qrapde railroad crosrwe
tiq Grande at Alamosa-, eii-ffie
rat that ever crosleo! ' this a
This pcint is naJlefrpjninJ
12f6 miloa from Santa Be 'ig'S
m.ile from darlajid. "
They saaka 'to in Presoott
ICcCloud a given bond in. thejsum
of f S . CiOG .to aasiwer a ehai;W
mmm on ii. ii- WeaTa, beforej
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