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f HE ARIZOtJA SILVER BELT.
rraciAii papkh of oila co.
Star4y, March, 24, 1883.
WILCOXTLETTER Of DEFENSE,"
la WMcfe He IndalgM In- BH-
llacagate aaMnke no Denial
or the rtuurgeator MUappro-
prlatltiK tiev't Vroperty.
There are few exceptions to tbo gon
eral rule that wrong-doers contain
within themselves tho elements of their
own destruction. Give them plenty
of rop and they will sooner or later
hang themselves. Sorious charge?
wero recently preferred by-ex-chief of
scouts Burgoss against P. P. Wilcox,
Indian Agent at 'San Carlos, and
backed by'sworn affidavits wore for
warded to tie Secretary of tho Interior
Department, and' an investigation de
manded. Oneyof the charges was tho
misappropriation of government prop
erty .another was cohabiting with a
aquaw, and anotner tho violation of a
atatul&Lajiifostly If "Mr. Wilcox was
innocent, no publication of a letter of
donial was necessary; in fact it would
bo improper; A thorough investiga
tion wduldfbo what an innocent man
would seek, and use his influence to
obtain. But Wilcox is evidently guilty,
and naturally kicks against an inves
tigation, and he has acted the part of
a scrub allthe way through. Ho so
licited and obtained from Gen. Crook
a letter of indorsement. No person of
judgment can carefully read Crook's
letter without a feeling that while it
lifts nothing from the shoulders of
Wilcox, it shows Crook to bo a man of
defective judgment and littlo senso of
propriety. The culminating act of
foolishness on tho part of Wilcox is
the fulmination of nn uncalled-for
"letter of defense." The letter was
addressed to his friend Toller, Secreta
ry of the Interior, and has been pub
lished in tho Tucson papers. Ho
makes a very lame denial of thechargo
of violating the following statute of
the United States, found in title
XXVIII, ch. i, It. S. :
Sec. 2078. No person employed in
Indian affah-s shall have any interest
or concern in any trado witn tho In
dians, except for and on account of the
Unjtedtates; and any person offend
ing herein shall be liable to a penalty
of $5,000 and shall be removed from
No denial is made of tho charco of
misappropriating government proper
ty, nor'tho charge of cohabiting with
straw. Wilcox says that tho chargo
wnh mndfl Jiv TVinnlil UrihK nf fllnlip.
J V. .!
nslwfiiclaim to havo good cau.oTjud for himself as to lhat ma .er on
per8ons..wha claim to havo good
to believe .that Agent Wilcox pur
chased tho store of Hiso Brothers, with
its stock of goods on his own account.
In & lengthy affidavit reciting all tho
circumstancos attending the purchase
of tho store by John A. Showalter, his
son-in-law, Agent Wilcox denies hav
ing any interest in that or any other
store on the, reservation, and intro
duces the sworn statement of John H.
.Hise, of whom tho store was pur
chased; John A. Showalter, tho al
leged .purchaser; H. H. Callahan,
Hise's clerk; and James A. Taggart
and C. B. Ayros, who wero present
when the transfer was nnido, and who
helped to tako an account of the stock;
all qf whom assert in positive terms
that nothing was said by Agent Wil
cox to indicate that he had or expected
to havo any interest in the store; but
on the .contrary that thoy had good
reason to believe that J. A. Showalter
was the sole owner Showalter's own
affidavit, asserting this to bo true.
-Wilcox closes with the following
frantio attack on every ono directly or
indirectly connectod with tho attempt
to effect his removal from tho respon
sible position ho has disgraced by his
dishonesty and flagrant immorality:
"Placed in a posilion whoro an an
swer to tho vapory and incoherent let
ter of.complaint of Donald Robb made
necessary ,I see no other way of per
forming a disagreeable duty except by
opposing the dignified and candid
statements of honorable gentlemen to
tho dribble of disreputable knaves
whdir'tprthout'"' exception,, havo been
subjected to tnerited agency discipline
and warning, and, who, because of
thoir animal, interests of malice, havo
taken up as a moutji-pieces of the fel
lows referred to by Genoral Crook in
-jtisjetjer to-you of the 23 ult., as the
remnant of tho old Indian ring of this'
territory, vampires who fattened on
the blood of (hoir fellow creatures."
Theso assaults havd boon made upon
mo, and theso hounds hissed on by C.
T. Connell, Indian trader; A. H. Hack
ney, editor Belt, (newspaper) Globo;
Charles Fisk, banker, Globe; J. C.
Tiffany, ox-Indian agent, and Reuben
Wood, Indian trader; a corrupt cabal
joined togethor by common interest of
plunder, in a union cemented by tho
near prospect of boing driven from
Connell is the man who harbored
that blotch upon society, John B. Bur
gess, who was driven from tho reser
vation forselling fire-arms to Indians.
It was .Connell who had in his employ
that 'young ruffian, Wratten, who
threatened to use his influence" with
the Indians to have mo assassinated.
Hackney is tho editor who defended
Tiffany when tho citizens of Globe de
manded the execution of that Chris
tian philanthropist, and whoso paper
was silencedf by threats to throw its
plant in the streets.
Fiik i3 tho financial manager of tho
syndicate that pretended to purchase
the coal lands on the reservation for
fjcp statement In Mr. Council's letter
published in another column.
VI his Is a llo out of whole cloth- The
Bbt.t wcrhn been ilcned hj threats or
tho payment of forty dollars per. head
to fourteen ignorant and deceived In
dian chiefs. I need not tell you who
Tiffany is, and I refraiil from writing
the biography of Reuben Wood be
cause of inability to do the subject
A glance ai uie pacK mat nave uone
tho baying and I am done:
Donald Robb occupies tho enviable
position 'of repoiter for a countiy
newspaper, and cook and scullion for
editor, Hackney; the worthy pair
cooking their beans and slandors in a
back room made to do dutyas editorial
stnetum, kitchen and bedroom. He
has been but a short time in Arizona;
has no interest in the Territory beyond
that oi levying uiacK man on read
able citizons; is without brains or in
fluence and could only havo been
prompted to writo that silly letter to
Mr. Cox, by. a desiro to appear a mas
tiff in the eyes of his mastor though
conscious ho was only a mangy cur.
William E. Paiker was discharged
from tho store of Showalt,er because he
was not needed, and soon after, linv
intr been emnloved by Reuben Wood
to rub horses at a stage-station, was
ordered to leave tho leservation .by
Cant. Crawford for being found among
Indians in a beastly state of intoxica
Wratten, as before stated, threat
ened to procure, -my -Assassination,
through tho' agency of his Indian
friends, and wps expelled from the
reservation by me. -
Stevens is a member of a very ro
spectablo fraternity, known in the
West as "Buir-Whackers," and by
superior ability in his profession has
raised himself to tho honoiablo degree
of train-mastor. 1$ has been his cus
tom to como to the Agency a week or
more in advance of his subordinates,
and spend the timo until their arrival,
with nis friend Connell. I politely
informed him that this practice must
bo discontinued, and that like other
white men, ho must pas4 on. J
I did not intend to refer to the" affi
davit of 1). Henderhon, but having
just learned the reason that impelled
nira to yelp with the "pack," I givo it.
.Unknown to mo he had been purchas
ing agency hides through Wood, who.
I supposed, was the real purchaser,
and wnon a few weeks ago, I refused
to let Wood hayo them, Henderson
was the man hurt.
It will thus be seen that not an affi
davit has been made by any person
not having a crievance, and that those
who are not positively disreputable of
tho number, have, in order to gratify
their malice, been willinsr to unite
with assassins and drunkards in the
miserable.bubincss of attempting my
ruin by unblushing perjury.
Mr. Donald Robb needs no defense
of his character before the citizens of
Globe, or any whero else where lie is
known. But as that gentleman is
temporarily absent on business, wo
publish the following. As for our
ourselves wo do not consider Wilcox's
aspersions of any account, and we
presume Robb would ignoro them as
far as making any published reply
u a 1 . fe t v LJrtlttAnnH Iv A . A
his return. A letter was recently re
ceived by Representative -S, S. Cox
from Secretary Teller, a copy of which
was forwarded to Globe, casting io
flections on Mr. Robb. A letter
signed by tho leading citizens of Globe,
among thorn all tho city and county
officialsthe bankers, etc., containing
the following unqualified endorso
ment of Mr. Robb was at once for
warded to Mr. Uox: -'Mr. tfobb is ono
of tho first and best known residents
of this county. He represented it in
tho Territorial Legislature, ably and
honestly. Ho is one of the best known
journalists in the Tenitory. His leo
ord has not a single blot upon it, and
tho position ho has assumed upon the
Indian question grows out of his public
sph it 'and his desiro to conserve tho
Elsewhere Mr. Connell gives the lie
direct to certain statements in Mr,
JThls Is a very stupid He. Hearing thnt
such nu order luul been Issued by Agent
Wilcox, Mr. Stoien3 addressed a letter of
Inquiry to tho Agent. Y llcox returned tho
letter with tho following remark written
across the page underneath tho text of tho
letter: "No such order issued or contenv
plated. 1 P. Wilco c, Indian Agent"
Haapentiton of Judge Hoover.
On Friday of last eck Hon. W. W.
Hoover, Assoeiato 'ustice of tho Su
premo Court of Arizona, was suspend'
ed by order of tb.3 President of tho
U. S., pendiriji'tlui investigation bv
he Department?' qf.lWiie'-of charges
of cm rupt practices in accepting bribes
On Saturday Judge Hoover, who was
holding a term of court at lucson, ad'
jouinod tho tribunal to the 17th of
May. This adjournment will result
in a great deal of inconvenience and
injuiy to those having ciises before tho
Court, and subject them tok heavy and
useless expense. It is well known that
tho charges against Jidgo Hoover,
whatever may be their merits, have
been bofore the Departmo it of Justice
for some time. As soon an it becamo
known that these charges had' been
made, a meeting of the members of
tho Arizona bar was hold, tho facts
examined into, and as a result resolu
tions exonerating Judge Hoover wero
found, and with a statement of tho
evidence on which tho opinion was
based vcro forwarded to tho Depart
ment of Justice Nothing further
was hoard about tho charges until tho
tolegram .from Washington announ
cing the suspension by tho President's
order reached' Tucson last Friday. It
is a rather suspicious fact that this
order of suspension was procured just
when (if wo may judgo from his
courso) United States District Attor
ney Zabriskic had discovered that he
had no case ou tho part of tho United
Stitoi as .igainst evliujiuti .cnt J.
0. Tilf.tny and Reuben y"ood. It w.is
protended that Hoover was suspected
of alliance with tho "San Carlos-.Tiffa-any-Ring."
The true facts will un
doubtedly soon ,bo brought to the
light; but tho action was severely con
sul ed by the Tucson bar, as will bo
seen from the following digest of their
At 8 o'clock p. m. of Saturday a
meeting of members of the bar was
held at tho court houso in Tucson.
A resolution was passed that a 'com
hiitteo of three be appointed by tho
chair to procure certified copies of the
indictments and proceedings- therein
iu the cases of tho United States vs. J.
C. Tiffany ot al, in connection with tho
San Carlos Agency, and to receive
such additional evidence, if any, as
thoy may in their discretion doem
necessary, to bo forwaided to the De
partment of Justice and President of
the Uniled States. Tho chairman ap
pointed" Messrs. Campbell, Hereford
and Ferguson the committee under tho
resolution. Tho meeting adjourned
to Monday evening, March 19.
At the meetiiiff held on Monday
evening, United Sta&s 'Marshal Tid
balVfchd United States'.Attorney Za-
briskio were present by invitation.
After some remarks by Judge Camp
bell, Col. Zabriskie was railed upon.
He stated that tho first intimation ho
had was a dispatch received from the
attorney general on the ovoning oftho
16th, which ho read to the meeting,
and in answer to the question as to
whether he had suggested as to a
judgo to fill the place, stated that in
answer to the attorney gonoral s dis
patch ho recommended that Judge
French be requested to hold tho term.
Judgo Hoover . and Mr. Satterwito
were then sent for, and as soon as they
made their appearance Marshal Tid
ball made -a statement of what he
knew, and that ho had been called up
on by Mr. Perry, of the Dopartment
gi Justice. Judgo Hoover denied that
ho had in any way either directly or
indirectly endeavored to shield or as
sist tho defendants in the Tiffany-San
Cailos indictments and claimed that be
had endeavored to protect the inter
ests of tho government. The proprie
tor of tho Tucson Star was asked to
stato what grounds ho had for making
tho editorial on the Washington dis
patch. He replied several days pre
vious lie had been informed on what
ho believed good authority that Judge
Hoover and Tiffany had frequently
been seen together and that they had
been seen entering the law office of
Tiffany's attorney, and that he had
learned that the court in proceedings
had on tho indictments, appeared to
be xfayoring tho (lofendantf. These,
facts taken in connection with rumors
and the Washington dispatch was the
canso of his comments. Although
from what he had since learned, he
believed that his informant, who was
absent from tho city, might be mis
taken as to the identity of Mr. Tiffany.
Wo give herewith the report of tho
Secretary of the meeting in full:
Tucson, A. T., Marcli 19. To Ches
ter A. Arthur, President of United
States, and to the Department of Jus
tico, Washington: At a public meet
ing of members of tho bar of Pima
county, A. T., where an investigation
of charges against Judge W. W.
Hoover in connectnn with the Tiffany -San
Carlos indictments, tho following
resolutions were unanimously adopt
ed, and tho further resolution that the
same bo telegraphed to you and that
there bo forwarded to you by mail the
ovidence heard and considered by us,
which brought about our conclusions
which will bo transmitted as speedily
Rfsolved, That whilst wo do not
for tho present accuso any man of a
willful and malicious design to destioy
the good character of Associate Jus
tice, W. W. Hoover, yet we do unhes
itatingly declare that if any telegrams
havo been sent to the Departmant of
Justice or to tho President of the U.
S. derogatory to the judicial conduct
of Judgo Hoover, charging upon him
the least partiality in the performance
of his duties as judgo in any proceed
ing relating to lhdictments now pend
ing in his court, wherein J. C. Tiffany
and others are accused, of crimes
againt the United JStates, that the
sameTilre. founddrtfajSSfflJOds and
that tho person or nftsons who con-
coived or suggested tho same, did so
willfully ana maliciously, and with
full knowledge that said telegrams
wero utterly false, and bo it fuither
Resolved, That this resolution be
signed by such members of the bar of
the city of Tucson now hero assem
bled and may so desiro; that when so
signed and authenticated by tho sec
retary of tho meeting, it be tele
graphed to the President of tho United
States, and to tho Department of
Justice at Washington and bo pub
lished in the local papers of this city.
Resolved, That so far from Judgo
Hoover's conduct in the matter of tho
San Carlos indictments indicating any
partiality towards tho defendants, it
on tho contrary pro vented tho com
mission of a grave error on the part
of tho prosecution who had failed to
furnish tho defendants with copies of
tho indictments found against them ;
which error, if persistod in, would
have resulted in setting aside any con
viction which might have boon at
tained. A Lying Club has been formed in
Tucson. Wo suggest the man who
has charge of the Associated Press
business at that point, as itspicsident,
and Wilcox, tho Czar of San C.irlos, as
an honorary member. .
Railroads of a btandatd gauge, man
aged by men of unquestioned ch.ii.ie
ter .no needul in thit Tenitory.
And Two Actual
CATTLE RANGES STOCKED-WANTED.
Developed Copper Properties.
All for England. 1). ROBB.
-Silveb Belt Globe.
Brick Building, Opposite Kcllnor'i,
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
And everything lc our line Is t trst-clais.
For Sale on
In 'sums to suit, at
t Globe, A. T.
T.G. PARKER & CO.
S37 Kearny St. nenrBush
.' - -
Dress Suits, - - - $40 to $50
TVJ"" shoddy Trimmings or Chinese la-
xi s Dor empipca s
taken into consideration.
bor emplpjcd a few facts to be
FIT IVABRAVTKD OB NO HAI.K.
By buying at dealers' prices. WewiH
sell you any article for family or per
sonaluse.inany quantity at Wholesale
frice. Whatever you want, send for
our catalogue ( free) and you will find
it there. We carry in stock the largest
variety of goods in the United States.
MONTGOMERYWARD & CO.
127 ft 229 Wabash Avenue, Chicago.
tot20 ly at home. S&mplea worth $5
free. Addresa Stlnaon & Co , Portland, Me.
TO KENT. Unfurnished and furnished
rooms to rent apply to
febl7-tf. r M.A.ANDERSON,
FOR SALE. Two frame houses ono
containing, thrco rooms and the other
two. The property is eligibly situated.
For particulars apply at tho Belt office,
"IVfOTICE. Notico is hereby glen that
li there arcJfunds In treasury to pay all
linSHtarnnts on thircomityQen;
eral Fund uptb and including Xo. RS8 and
that interest cm all said warrants will cease
from and after the date herein given.
D. B. LACEY, County Treas.
By V. Atjdliison, Deputy.
Globe, March foil, 1883.
CERTIFICATES OF MEMBERSHIP IN
the Globe Hospital Association can bo
procured at John fl. Hlse's, G. S. Van Wag
enen's and of D. Robb. at the Silvek Belt
office. Ladles are requested to confer di
rectly with tho officers. The Hospital Is
ready for tho reception of patients.
MRS. E. F. KELLNER, Prcst.
Mns. A. G. FE dleto.v, Sec f ebl7-tf
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIUED ANI
roals havo been taken up and will be
delivered to the owner on proof of owner
ship and paj ment of costs. Ono bay horse,
Spanish brand on leg and hip; dark brown
mare; blown mule. Thev aro all saddle
animals and show saddle marks. Inquire
of W. II. Beabd.
To Whom it May Concern.
ALL PERSONS. AND ESPECIALLY
tho heirs or administrators of tho es
tate ot Chos. Pric, and A. Ityall, claiming
an interest as co-owners in the "Littlo
Tom" mine, situated in Globo District, Gila
Count j , Territory of Arizona, are hereby
notified Hint the undersigned, a co-owner in
said mine, has done the assessment work
onitforlK2. This, therefore, is to notify
said luiis or administrators thnt if thoy
shail fall to pay Uuir share of said assess
ment work, togethpi 1th the cost of thU
notice, us proscribed by law, w Itliln ninch
(90) dn s after the expiration of this publi
cation, then their Intcicst In wild mlnushall
ullcilj eiMsc.Hiid become the pronerh of
tin uiidn.lgni 1. JOHN ( . JONIX
Notice of Forfeiture.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
Heniy Hyde and all whom it may con
cern, claiming one qnarter intorest in the
Bullion mine, situated in Globe District,
county of Gila and Territory of Arizona,
and more particularly described in book 5,
page 235 of the Records of Globe District;
that the undersigned, a co-owner in fcaid
mine, has done the assessment work for the
jear 1882 on the said Henry Hyde's portion
of said mine. Ths, therefoie, is to notify
the said Henry Hj dc, that If he shall fafl
to pay his share of the said assessment
work, together wllh the cost of this notice
within ninety days after tho expiration of
the notice, as prescribed by law, then his
said interest, in Bald mine shall utterly
cease and become thopropeity of the mio
scriber. HENRY M. CAREY.
Te Whom it Slay Concern.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO W.
S.Shhcs, and all whom it may con
cern, that tho undersigned hate performed
the annual assessment work, amounting to
3100 on the mine known as the "Copperand
Sih er Ton," located on tho 7tli of May, 1881,
in Globe District, County of Gila, and Ter
ritory of Arizona; and the said W. S. ShU es,
and all whom it may concern are hereby
notified that unless Ids or their proportion
of tho cost of said assessment woik, togeth
er with cost of adeitising be paid within
ninety (90) dajs after the expiration of this
publication, all his or their interest in said
mine shall become o!d, as prescribed by
law, and revert to tho subscribers.
J. C. LUNDY, '
Jan. IS, 1883. janlS-DOd
To Whom it Slay Concern.
ALL PERSONS, AND ESPECIALLY
the heirs or administrators of the es
tate of Patrick McGorrlsk, deceased, claim
ing an interest as 'co-ou ner in tho Hattle
(.... ,.iMhi.jt.. rATiiitn ri..i.. Tiuf..i.f
iiiiiiu, aiiuaiiu in haviuiiiuii .inning jiaiiiui, I
GJItt County, Territory. of sAjliona.anLL
more particularly described on pace S9i
hook i, u) uiu uecuru'i ui allies, in h.uu
County, ore hereby notified that tho under
signed, one of flic owners of said mine, has
done the assessment work on said mine for
the year 1883. This, therefore, Is to notify
said heirs or administrators that if they
fall to pay their share of said assessment
work, together with the cost of this notico,
as prescribed by law, then their Interests
in said mine shall utterly cease and become
the property of the subscriber.
February 22, 1883.
!) Ills Agent, J. D. LaKuk.
In tho Justice's Court.
Of Globe Precinct in the County Qf Gila,
Territory of Arizona, B. G. Fox, J.T
V?. A. HOLMEi, Plaintiff, . It. II.
WATSON, Defendant hummons. .
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting
to It. II. Watson, Defendant.
You aro hereby summoned to appear be
fore me, at my office in Globe Precinct, in
tho County of Gila, on the T11IUD day of
APRIL, 1883, at ten o'clock a. m in au ac
tion hi ought against ouby said plaintiff
to nnsw er the complaint of the ulxno named
bald action is brought to recoer of jou
tho sum of Two Hundred Dollars (8200)
and interest thereon at the rate of two per
cent per month from Dec 3J, 1881, for labor
performed for jou at jour request, together
with all costs and percentages allowed by
law, and ou aro hercbj notified to appear
nnd answer tho said complaint or judgment
will bo taken again! ou for tho said
amount, together w ith costs of this suit if
you fail to appear and answci.
To the bherlff or an Constable of said
Slake legal scr Ice and diieretum thereof.
fll en under my hand this fiOth da of
'January 1888. H. G. FOX.
A .lusttus ot llie J'caie of said 1'rcclnc.t.
&fifz welkin jour oun town. Ternii awl
i7)JV ;,,itru fr(, wart-., HJIjllitt ,C .
S. Klein & Co.
Main St., Globe, Arizona,
Cbnetantly on hand, 'and for sale at
' Bed-rock Prices.
We boliove- in the nimble penny
rather .han mustj goods on shelves.
Liquois,Tobicco and Cigars,
Miners' nd Prospectors' Outfits,
Riding and Pack SaddlcB,
Blasting and Vulcan Powder,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
,We aro now prepared to buy and sell
Exchange, also pay the highest
cash price for gold and sil
., . jr- "T
jgy-apeelJTiTiJnuiTitoK to with myerc
Give ua a cnl. before purchaiiog elsow hero
The Well Known Boot nnd
Shoe linker on Brond St.
Elegant Assortment of
Boots & Shoes
From 51. D. Y.rells of Chicago, and is selling
at prices that poslthely defy competition.
Boom and Shoes made nnd repaired with
neutneps, cheapness and divpatrli.
SHOP Opposite the Pojtoffice. Call and
see styles and trices.
Globe, A. T., Ho . 24, 1882. nov.25tf
Jobber and Dealer in
"itflnlvl' '.T.imltml " tnr
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$ E. F. KELLNER,
PROPRIETOR PINAL CREEK SAW WILL3,
Pinal Mountains .... Aruona Territory
E. F. KELLNER,
GLOBEF .... ABIZOKA
Lumber Yard. Dealer in Lumber, Mining Timber, Shingle,- etc.
E. F. Kellner & Co., McMillen, Arizona.
E. F. Kellner Bicliinond Arizoan
General Merchants and Minors' Outfits. Proprietor PUc
Saloon and Hillimd Hall.
H K. & V. II Thurbcr d, Co. New York; Wells, Faigo J. Co.'s Bhoi., San lrmici-co
J. LIBERMAN &QOT
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
nHrV T Vf. Inlit Inn. ..lilft.l Ii. I'.n.iw Ot- hi, .it. I Thi.llin. Dl CdM sM, Gloltp,
Sallonl. Pwoblo Vicjo, and all points Mipplied
lJUKBiHiiiii, .-. .m. picigui Hirw.irupii in .-inKieirc, iinn ' "ji - -
intl ajl poinMn Nen iMrvlin tn lift "iippltul ft mil l.i ,l-tiirjr-"CAKK
i IV .1 1, IK C: MlJ.I.OnX of! .ol!!)Sl?l lt(i l. lit
Jobber" Retail Vealer in
, Hats, Notions;
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
My Stock is very full, embracing
every article usually kept in a
And tho quality of my Goods is ni
surpassed, if equnlledt by any eter
brought to Globe.
MT PRICES AUK '.iS LOW 4S
Thanking tho people of Globe and
vicinity for their liberal patronage
in the past, and hoping by Fair
Dealing and Reasonable Prices to
merit n continuance of tho same, I
G. S. VAN WAGENEN.
In inippllf d wllh tint-claw
Ami stylish outfits.
Go There for Your Teams.
.Uortco boxrded by the day or week
The best care taken of Stock.
Civil and Polite Attendant.
I one Mock weal of the Bxlt ofliuo.
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