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Arizona silver belt. [volume] (Globe City, Pinal County, Ariz.) 1878-19??, October 24, 1891, Image 3

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Baturdny, Ootobor 24, 1801.
Entered in the Post OSloe at aiobc, as sec-'Snl-ta.nt
This paper it kept on file at K. C. Dako'a
Adrertliinst Agency, 01 and OS Merchant'
Exchange, San Vraneisco, Oal., where oen.
tracts for adveitlslmj can b made (or it.
Offlc open from 7 a. it. to 7 t W., daily.
Sundays one hour after mail arrives.
, Mail closes going Last and West at 7:15- A.
M., dally.
Money Order Department closes at 6 r.
if., daily Sundi v a excepted,
Mails ro to San Carlos, and Maxey every
day, Sundays excepted tti Oatalpa, Ar
taer, Tonto, Uve, Pavson, &c., every Mori
,dy, Wednesday and Friday. 'Ihcso mails
lose the night previous al 'i v.
Globe tc San Carlos Telemih Co. OfSoe
Hours 0 o'chwk A. H. to 12 M. ami 7 to 8 r.
M. Sundays 10 to 11 A. M. and 0 to 7 P. M.
wiii'iiuni.Rm.Um tmwiiww www null
School Boolcaat tlio 'aws Dqpot.
isjWIMi lllIH"HI V" '
Tonms havo cdmo in ltforo freely tins
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Somo largo sizo boots nt ft bargain,
nt O. S. Van Wagenon's.
tQ. S. Taster mlU nil atjhool book
"ht tbo Territorial lint prioafl.
Judga J. II. Kibbey is expected in
from Solomonville tbis evening.
Xiadias, save your own and husbands'
,monoy, for E. F. Kollner &Co.' grand
now reduction opaning.
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Aleeera. Broolsnor anil Boardman ro-
coivod a large amount of hay fr6m tbo
Oila volley, tbis woek
E."F. Kelluer & Co. will ocotipy tbeir
.now store next weolt. The building is
tbo bamlsoinwt struotura in Globo
For tbe boat braad, made by tbo
Mexican bakery, call nt the Iatsury
Storo, cor Broad and Tush streets.
Booeivcd ovory day.
Tbo output of tbe Beeone Silver
Mining Co. for tbe week ending to-day
4s six bars (about 40 pounds) making
tho total prodnotion to data 52 bars.
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Tbe Old Dominion Copper Co. re
Burned smelting on Thursday, after a
Jew days ldlone&s. inoy uopo to re-
cciro sufficient ooke to keep tboir fur-
nacoa running regularly.
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Novelties of the latest deaigns, con
sisting of manicure and work seta in
celluloid trays, ink stands, Odor stands,
nlbnms, tablet caves, papatriea, "Ac.,
&c, at Taylor's News Depot,
Alonzo Bailey, niaDnysr Of tlie Old
JDominion Commoroial Comany, re
tiinnxl Tuesday from a business trip to
St. Louis and Cliicsgo, where be made
large purobases of gools for bis firm.
Those who intend to have work done
At my photograph gallery would do
well to attend to it before tlie Solh, as
I shall learo Globe about tho first of
November. A. Mimsit.
For tbo people, with the people and
chcapor than "other people" will bs
nil goods at E. F. Kelluer & Co.'s new
Walter Sbanley and . Alias Jlinnie
Thomas, daughter of Mrs. J. Ilookey,
wore married by BoV. J. II. Gill, on
Jlouday ovening, Oet. 19th. Tbo wed
ding was a qniet affair, only the rela
tives of tbo bride and a few intimate
friends boing jiroecnt.
m mi i i i
"W. E. Tntnam, representing tbo
Equitable Lifo Insurance Co., of New
York, who was hero to ndjnst the claim
of the Graydon cstato for $5000 on tho
lifo of tbe lato Alex. Graydon, loft on
Friday for 'Wilkox. His report on tbe
Graydon policy will be favorable.
J. It. T. 'Watters was hero on Thurs
day settling up his busincea in connec
tion with tho Globe and Fort Thomas
stage line, whiob be has sold to 0.
Jjayton, of Thatohor, who is also )r
priajor at tbe Fort Thomas and Bowio
station Una. Mr. Watters will go to
Louisiana U livo.
Disk Unbar, an escaped convict front
the Nr Mexico penitentiary, ae ar
reaUd last Saturday by Doputy sherilT
Creawall. lie was given into tbo cus
tody of a Now Mexico official, who
htertod for Santa Fo, Wednesday, with
his prieoner. llnber was oonvicted of
a robbexy aommitlcd near Silver City.
Bov. A. Warluzel requests us to an
nonnco tlint ho will bo in Globo tbis
ovoning. Services in tho Catholic
Church are announced as follows :
Mass to-morrow (Sunday) morning at
10 o'olook j Monday 26th, Bcquicm
buits for Uio deceased members of tho
Globo CatUolic congregation.
JI. O. Hitchcook, the druggist takes
especial plcasnro in supplying his cus
tomer! with, tho bost medicines obtaina
ble. Among tho many excellent prepa
rations on his shelves may be mentioned
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy, a favorito
during the winter months on account of
its great success in tho euro of colds.
Thcro is nothing that will loosen a no
voro cold so quiekly, or so promptly re
lievo tho lungs. Thin it counteracts any
tendoncy townrda pneumonia. It is
pleasant aifd &,nfe to tako, and fully
htiWbWitfan Jrff itf lln'Wwip7fai'ifcUaWr iW WtiTirMfcM imttlmmiiitttAmitimemtm.Z.
ihsti:mt coiner, hkcim .irmci.w,
Cornelia Andion vs. L. Bobinson
Debt; cont. from last term.
FrnnoiscA Guarrtv vs. Estcvnn Guor
ra Divorco.
Sarah S. Kbon a-s, Elliott "W. Kcon
Divorce, from lust taring process hav
inibcen incomploto.
P. B. McCnbe mi. Job Atkins Coli
Voraion; submitted on briefs.
Frank Gill vs. J. F. HolbrOok
Debt; from Inst term.
J. II. Thompson vs. County of Gila
Fees; to bo submitted on agreed
statement of facts; from last term.
Hugh Connlmn, Adm'r Estato J.
Byan vs. County of Gila Foos; sumo
as above.
J. H. Thompson vs. County of Gila
Fees; 'submitted on agreod stntomeut
of facts.
,T. M. Loo vs. Geo. E. Shuto ot nl
. A. MoDonald vs. Andro Mnurol
E. W., Kingsbury vs. J. L. Bullis
land Lewis Johnson Damagos.
W. II. Griffin vs. P. B. McCabo
David Armstrong vs. B. S. Gibbs
and D. E. Barra Bight of property.
David Armstrong vs. Old Dominion
Copper Co. Bight of property.
J. M. Mooro vs. Mary Mooro
Mt. B. Gill i. A. O. Dollingor
J. P. Cnmon ct nl vs. J. J. Myors et
al Claim and dolivorf.
Shroufo k McCrum u. Lsntrohee A.
lvyan Debt.
Liaaie Mnuloy vs. Frank Manloy
Shroufo & McCrum vs. Hugh Conn-
han and Kato Couaban Bight of prop-
G. Cohn Sc Co. vs. Hugh Connban
and Kate Connban Bight of property.
W. B. Peery vs. P. G. Horou and
W. A. Wills Appeal from Justice
H. O. Hoffman vs. Joeeph Thomp
son et nl Damages.
Phil. Walsh Y. Job Atkius Doposit
of money.
W. II. Hnff vs. Gila County For
se?vicoa. t
Mary J. Bobbins vs. Biohard Bob
bins Divorco.
Globv, Gila Oonuty, Arizona,
Ootoboi 7th, 1891.
Itoard met pursuant to adjournmont.
Prasant Suirvisor Sltanloy, Tebbs
and Ellison; Olws. T. Martin. Clerk
and J. D. McCobe, District Attorney.
Miuuts of Oet. Gth, 1801, read and
Upon a reoousidaration of tbo matter
of publishing tiM proeadingB of tho
Board it it. on motion ordered that the
proceedings of the Board for th re
mainder of tho year bo published in
The following claims wero then nl-
lowod and warrants ordered dinln in
payment of the some ;
Claim of J. F. Dalton, repairs $9;
claim of Amzona Sujvbii Buir, printing
801 89; claim of J. H. Boilers, Dopnty
Sheriff, Graham County 810 CO; tho
claim of J. H. Thompson) Sheriff fees,
for 108 80, was on motion not al
The matter of cutting a door from
the Sheriffs office to tho jail, was, on
motion, referred to the Chairman of
tbe Board and the ShoYifr.
The Chairman of tbo Board was au
thorized to sink tho well at the hospi
tal, and when tbe work is completed to
draw warrants on tho General Fund in
Tho Board then settled tho accounts
of tho County Treasurer, for tho quar
ter ontlinc September 30th. 1891,
countod the bnlanop of jmqbcy on band
anil found tho same correot.
The Probato Judgo having audited
the accounts of Supervisor J. W. Elli
son, per diem and mileage, for $57 40;
Supervisor Tebbs, per diem and mile
age, for 829 -10; Supervisor Shnuloy
per diem, for SlfJ, tho Bame wero or
dered paid by warrants drawn on tbe
Salary Fnud.
The claim of Cbas. T. Martin, Court
Commissioner, for $16, was on motion
rejected, and it was ordered that tbo
same may be submitted to tbo District
Court on an agreod statement of facts.
On motion tho Board adjourned to
Nov. lfltb, 1891, 10 o'clock a. m.
A fatal nffray occurred in M. A.
Leahy's saloon, Fort Thomas, on tho
21st inst., betweou Liout. 0. P. John
son, 10th Cavalry, and H. Barry, in
whiob tbo latter wag shot in the stom
ach Uy Johnson, and died from the
offects of the wound, on tho aftotnoon
of the 22d inst. Tho meager account
rocoived alleges that the men quarreled
while drinking, aud that Barry threw
two tumblers nt Johnson, who fired
twico nt Bnrry, tho second shot taking
effect, Johnson -was arrested by tho
civil nuthoritos, and bis preliminary
examination will begin at 11 o'clock
A now lot of Ynma prison niado canos
and band mado lace, for saloNqry
cheap by O. E. Taylor.
Hand mndo chocolate
Post Ofilco Storp.
drops at tho
grocqrios at Patton's fruit
iqfv'n n.,ii'.i.i-,--y r-"nv
AHOMi Till". IMNCa.
A foM days sinco tho Sonicr of tho
Bnwr, for tho first timo in many months,
indulgod in an outing and with a viow
of having nn opportunity of rcnliziug
tho beauties of the landscape neon from
an olovntion of 6,000 feet t'ibovo tide
wator. After n toilsomo oscont wo
found oursolf near the apex of tho Pi
nal mountain in n virgin forest of tall
pines where is located M. W. Bremen's
now saw mill, and although it was Sun
dny we wbro greeted by tbo busy bum
of machiuory in tbo full tide of opera
tion of manufacturing boards, mining
timbers etc. Knowing Mr. B's reli
gious viowB in regard to the observance
of the first day of tho wook as a'day of
rest, wo wroro not a littlo surprised nt
its desecration in his immediate pres
ence and with his Approval, which
prompted us to remind him of tbe
solemn stillness that pervados Globo
aud all otbor christian communities on
this hallowed day, and finding himself
caught in the act, ho ncknow lodged
himself a sinner by proxy, and that A.
L. Walker of tho Old Dominion cop
per company, Was tho really guilty
person who bad urged the necessity of
having timber for the niino, in order to
protect cmployos from falling dobris,
and being satisfied by his explanation
that bis work' was ono of necessity wo
said no more, then ho rolled on
another log, and tho sawyor "let lior
rip". Tho mill is now aud complete
in all its nppointmenls, with its at
tachments, a planing mill, sbinglo ma
chino; edgors nnd turning lathe. Tbo
timber surrouuding the mill is as plen
tiful as hair ou a dogs back, consisting
of sugar-pine, yellow -pine, red-fir, balsam-fir,
oak, walnut, ash, and maple.
Many of tbe trees arc of gigantic sizo,
containing thousands of feet of lumber.
One of which that was shown us is en
titled to tbe designation as the monarch
of tbo Pinnls, which measures, rA the
but, forty feet in oircuiuferenco, and
which it is claimed will out twenty
thousand feet of lumber.
Tbo road to roach this extensive for-
1 V -
set, nlthough it cannot bo classed with
that built by Appiua Claudius Cojcus,
whilo censor of Borne, it, nevertheless,
is as perfeot a mountain road as could
bo built. It skirts tlie mountain side for
miles until it ranches tlie dizy height
of three thousand icet nuovs uioue, J
flora where as yop look down npon tho
surrounding country, a most charming
panorama is presented to viow, which
is well worth tho trip to witness. A
further ascent of half n milo is neces
sary in order to reach tho top of tlie
mountain, to Ban Paaooe's potato ranch,
whace you v ill find John Jnmos, a re
cluse, with boo, his bound, and n voll
thnrabed polyglot bibk., Tia there
yon have nn uninterrupted view of
many, many miles of Arizona spread
out baforo you. More than tho eye
can distinctly disoern. On a clear dny
in the far away, through the otharenl
blue, more than a hundred miles dis
tant, mountains are seen, aud it is
olnimed that with the aid of a spy-gloss
you can saeinto futurity.
UiroUT.lNT MINING 1)11 AT.
Prof. Jamoa Douglas, Miss Dongias, i
and Mr. Ben Williams of Bisbeo, ar
rived in Globo on Sunday last, accom
panied by Mr. Philip Oataa who met
mo pariy m noiomonvino. luoasra.
Douglass and Williams' chief object in
visiting Globe at tbis time, was for lbo
purpose of examining the Buffalo cop
per mine, negotiations for the transfer
of which to Messrs Phelps Dodge & Co.,
of New York, nre pending. Tho party
8Hint the greater part of Monday and
Tuesday in nn examination of tho Buf
falo property) and, wo are informed,
wero satisfied With it, so far ns they
wero nblo to cstimnto its value. Only
two poiuts romain to bo dctcrminod,
.namely, a test of tbo ores (which wero
thoroughly sampled) and tho settlement
with the lessees of the property. It in
well known that tbe company which
Prof. Donglaa represents is desirous
of securing n foothold in Globo District
and n favorablo roport from him will
determine the action of tho company
in tho matter. In tho event of tho ne
gotiations boing successful, the deal
w ill likojy jnoludo n number of adjacent
clnims, belonging to various parties.
It is viewed hero as the most import
ant mining transaction in thohistory of
Globo District, nnd great interest is
folt for its consumntion,
Pure Blood
h absolutely necessary In order to have rrieci
henUh. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho fjreat VtrcH
purifier, quickly conquering scrofula, salt rheum,
and all other Insidious enemies which attack the
blood and undormlno tho health. It also buildi
up the whole sjstem, cures dyspepsia and slci
headache, and overcomes that tired Iccllng.
Scrofula Sofcce.
"My adopted boy, aged 11 years, suffered terri
bly from scrofula tores on his leg, which spread
illl they at oue time formed ono great sora from
tho calf ot his leg up to his thigh, partially cov
ered w'h scab, and discharging matter contin
ually.' Tiio muscles became contracted so that his
leg was drawn up and ho could hardly walk! We
tried ovcrj thing wo could hear of, without suc
cess, until wo began giving him Hoofs Sar
saparilla In just a mouth, after ho had taken
two-ttjlrds of n bottle, tho sores entirely healed,
his leg Is perfectly straight, and ho
Can "Walk as Well ns Kvcr.
Hood's Jarsnparllla Is tbe l;Ct mcdlclno I ever
law for terotHlous hnmor. It has done Its work
more than tatlsfaclorlly." Y.'illiau hindsm
1 hocVdale, Mflam County, Texas.
Hood's Sarsaparilia
Bold by druggists, (tjslxforjs. Prepared only
ty C. 1. HOOP A CO., Apothccaric;Iro ell, Sla
lOO Doses OridPo'Har'
Liqtiors of all kinds at G, S. Yn
Wagon on's.
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Savo your money for E. F. Kellnor
& Co.'s flow storo and new goods.
A pleasant party was giofi at tho
Binklast night by tho Globo Social
Now goods, new system aud
prices, nt E. F, Kclln'or A Co.'s
store opening.
Clifton has a gold oxcitemeut. The
ledge is said to bo almost two miles
long and tho oro rich.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights,
al Patton's Fruit Storo.
Tho great Silvor King mino in Pinal
county has been sold at sheriffs sale,
nnd a man by tho name of Duko has
bought tho same. Sinco then n lnrgo
body of ore has been found nnd it is
thought that Silver King will again
loom up ns in its palmiest days. Star.
C. E. Taylor is tbe
White sowing machine.
agent for Iho
Tho senior editor acknowledges tho
rocoipt of cards announcing tbe mar
riage, in San Antonio, Texas, Octoboi:
14th, of Miss Jnsophino Withers,
daughter of Col. and Mrs. John With
ers to Capt. John L. Bullis, U. S. A.,
Acting Indian Agent at San Carlos.
Wo tender our cordial congratulations,
nnd beat wishes for their huppinesas
and prosperity.
For tho yery best cigar in Globo go
to Taylor's and enquire for tho Hoff
man House boquet.
Dr. B. L. St. John of Howlnnd, Put
nam county, Missouri, takes especial
pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's
Cough Bemody, beciuso ho knows it to
bo reliable. He has used it iu his prae
tico for tcVerol years, and says thero is
nono bettor It is especially valuable
for colds and as a pre. vent ho and cure
fr croup. This most excellent medi
cine is for snlo by H. O. Hitchcock,
Col. O. D. Pftetp.ii has prepared an
extended account of the postal tfifiaul
tios oncountorcd nnd overcome in the
dasort wilds of New Mexico, Arizona
nnd California thirty and forty years
ago. Tbis manuscript has been for
warder! to tho post office authorities at
Washington, who nro writing t hisiory
of tbo U. S. Mail. Not it least inter
esting chapter will be that ono by Col.
Postou. Tho authorities acknowledge
thot his "lustorical material will bo of
groat value" Pncenix Herald.
For tho information of those who
credit the report that Mr. A. IWltfy
now fr.v.ors the adoption of the conati
tntiou, soon to bo submittal to vole
of tbo people, Sve will say it has no
foundation iu fact. Ho has consistent
ly opposed the measure, whiob fact was
well understood by his fellow member
of tbo convention. His opinion con
cerning statehood is the wuno now o
when ho received the snfTjOjge of the
peoplo as their representative, and he
authorizes us to state that on Decem
ber 1st he will record his vote against
its adoption. '
CUT. J. L. Ill LI It.
Among tho miii who havo endoarod
themselves to the jieople on our fron
tier is Capt. J. L. Bullis, whoeo mar-:
riago to tho daughter of Col. John
Withers took placo last ovsning. This
gallaut gentleman was in tlie saddle for
yaars oil our frontier in commaud of TJ.
S. troops and gained a well deserved
reputation for bis efficiency and dash
as an Indian fightor. Tho people on
the frontier evidenced their apprecia
tion of Captain, Bullis by presenting
him with a sword. Ho has always re
garded San Antonio as his home, ami
among our citizens ho is bold iu high
esteem for bis sterling qualities, nnd
his g'eninl mannors. In his second
marriage bo has shown his attachment
of our city by winning ono of her fair
ost daughters. Ho has gone with bis
bride to bis distant post of duty, in tlie
wilds of Arizona.lt is time such a sol
dier was giv.en a rost within tlie boun
dary of civilization; be baa won tbis
consideration. San Antonio Doily
Session begins September SOth. Tui
tion Freo. Agricultural College, Schoo.1
of Mines and Preparatory Couiso. For
Catalogue, address Secretary of Univer
sity Faculty, Tucson, A, T.
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Scrlout Hanger-
Throaten3 every man, woman or child
living iu a region of country where fever
and nc;uo 13 prevalent, since tho germs of
malarial diseao are inhaled from tho air
and aro swallowed from tho water of such
a region. Medicinal safegunrd is abso
lutely nccossary to nullify this danger.
As a means of fortifying and acclimating
the system so as o be nblo to resist the
malarial poison, Hoslctter's Stomach Bit
ters is incomparably the best and the
most popular. Irregularities of tho stom
ach, liver and bowels encourage malaria-,
hlit theSo are speedily rectified by the
Bitters. Tho functions of digestion and
secretion aro assisted by its use, and a
vigorous ns well as regular condition of
the sjstem promoted by it. Constitution
and physique aro thus defended onanist
tho inroads of mabiria by this matchless
preventive, which is alsd a fcertahi and
thorough remedy in the worst cases of
intermittent and remittent fevers.
H.,H.IHIWliljJ.,Hl,lJH.,.lj,l,lyw , ,..lnp ,, ,IWJ Iimm
BOOMS, FOB BENT apply atMrs.
Frush's lodging houeo.
aUITABLESSONS. Prof. Joaquin
Miller givos lcssoiu on tho guitar at
Hio homes of pupils or at his own house,
as desired. Terms i easouablo.
Absolutely Pure.
A cream of tartar backing powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. Latest U. S.
Government Food Ie(ort.
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Tbe World Kiirlrhed
Tho facilities of iheprosent day for the
production of everything that will oonr
duco to tho material wclfaro and comfort
of mankind nro almost unlimited and
when Syrup of Figs was first produced
tho world was enriched with the only
perfect laxatiye known, as it is tbo only
remedy which is truly pleasing and ro
fershing to the taste and prompt and ef
fectual to oleanso the system gently iu
tho spring time or, in fact, nt any timo
and the butter jt is known the more pop
ular it becomes.
lor orcr I lit
Winx-TiuuD Bbmedy.-
JTrs. Wiiulow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers far thoir children while teething,
witii perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
curat wind colic, and 1 the host remedy
for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to tho taste.
Sold by drwgUts in eveiy part of the
world. Twentyfive cents a bottle. Its
value is incalculable. Be suro and ask
for Mrs, Window's Soothing Syrup, and
tnko no other kind.
Five thousand Koy W-fiftt cigars just
recaived, at G. S. Van Wagcpon.
G. B. Taylor is sole ngont in Globo
for the celebrated Noblo whisky.
New invoico of choice case whisky
received at G. S. Van Wngencn's.
Gboice ciganr, at G. S. Van Wnge
nen's. Choice cigars jtiat recaived nt Pnt
Ui's, two doors south of the Paeooo
New jbtock of mon'a gjovee, of nil
kinds, nt G. S. Van Wageaen's.
Orangino, I. O. G. T. beverage, at
tbe Pioneer News Depot.
Fresh candies, thu choicest, received
every two Wk at tho Pout Office
Store 36 aftd 10 cte. par jwund.
You can always find the finest and
medicinally puro wines and liquors nt
O. E. Tatlor'i.
Elegant stereoscope, triplicate mir
rors, photo albums, bronzo mantel or
naments, picture frames, etc., for
birthday nnd wedding presents, forealol
at the Post Offico Store.
If yon want a good smoko call for
tlili llu by Boyol cigar, nt
G. S. Van Waoknen's.
The Oilsll typo writer may be seon
nt the post office, where orders will bo
taken for mncbinai.
For custom mado clothing mode to
order and warranted to fit, go to
G. S. VaIv Waoemsn's.
Handsome now goods, suitnblo for
presents, received at tho Post Office
Storo. Ask to seo them.
So wo havo knocked tho bottom out of
pricos. This is
Look at some of our Prices :
Cashmcro pants reduced from 5 to 3.25
Worsted panjs reduced from. . . .$0 to 81
lmts from $1.25 up and thoro is a nico
All wool suits reduced from . . .$10 to 6.
Worsted suits nro sold for half value.
Hats aro almost given away and every
thing olso in proportion.
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, rf
Biitish half hoso reduced from 37 to
25 cts. a pair. Gents cotton socks $1
dozen nnd up. Ladies ho?o aro sold at
wholesale prices.
Camels hair dress goods 30 inches wido
reduced from 80 to 60 conts. Worsted
goods nro sold nt prices that will astonish
you. GLVE MB A CALL nnd you will
seo that I givo Genuiuo Bargain. I shall
rotire from business by December,
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tiWii nWiirw fcfVilSgj
Vice Presflient.
OSd DoiniiiionGomineroiel 0os
wmiM'Sig w4i9
ry Goods;
Boots and Shoes, and Hats
Crockery and Glassware
Canned Goods,
Groceries and Grainy
Agency, Giant Powder Co., Caps and Fuse
Cou(,l Medieinn Bocoirmondcd by Phj'-.cix1 .
Cures w
.ill eiso fails. Pleasant and agree able t t . o
rontakoit without !jeo;ton, Bydr'u.Ta -s
WillcoXj Fori Grant and Fort
Thomas Stage Line;
ll Grant daily carrying the U. S. Mail
connecting nt Fort Grant and Bonita
with tK-weckly stage for Fort Thomas.
Leaving Fort Thomas at 5 a, m. , ar
riving in Willcox at 5:30 p. m., in plenty
of tiui to transact business and connect
withT3ast and West bound trains.
. First-CUsj accommodations aud best
of stock Used.
Farelroifl Thorns to lilleox
from Two to live Dollars,
Passongers from San Carlos and Globe
should only bill as far as Thomas, and
rebiil there, in order to obtain the bene
fit of the cut rates. Don't bo misled by
anvone before seeing agents.
On and afltr June 1st, this lino will
be run daily between Forts Grants and
Thomas, making through connections.
Passengers traveling by this route will
avnid tho dust and diseomfort of the
Gila valley.
For further information apply to- the
attcnts-P. U. Soto, (Fall . Soto Bros.)
Willcox, James Quinn, Thomas, or to
jinlOtf) Bonita, Arizona.
Notice for Publication.
Declaratory Statement No. 2353.
Lako Office it-Tuciox, Anions, 1
August 12, 1801. f
Notice is hereby given that the followinj
nalnrd settler has filed notice (f his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made beforo W.
II. Diiryca, Clerk of the Disti ict Gnrt, Gila
County, Arirona, at Clerk's office in lobe,
said Una County, on Sept. 28th,. 1S0L, viz i
Ch v! B. Tebbs, P. O., Anner, Gila 0o-,
Amena, for the S. J of S. W of Section 14
a-Ed N. i of N. W. J Section 113, Township 4,
K. R. 12 K.
Ho names Jhe followuJg witnesses to prore
his continuous residence ujrnn and cultivation
of, said land, viz :
IJeniarnin B. Hurtirerford and John Pern-
lierton of Arnier, Gila CounW, Arisona, Ja
cob S. Ducy arid George Femoertun of Globe,
Gila County1, Aritona.
It agister.
1 and County of San Francisco, Stato of
Ella A. Wagner, Plaintiff, vs. Louis C.
Wagner, Defendant. '
Action brought in the Superior Court, City
and Comity of San Francisco, State of Cali
fornia, and the Complaint filed in said City
and County of San i rancisco, in the office of
the Clerk of said Superior Coiirt.
The People of the State of California send
Greeting to Louis C. Wagner, )fendant.
You are hereby required to appear in all ac
tion brought against you by the aiot named
Vlalntiff jn the Superior Cart, City and
County of San francisco, State of California,
nnd to answer tho Compliil&t bled therein
within ten days (exclilsiioot the day of ser
vice) after the service bn you of this Summons
if served within this county j or if served
elsewhere, nitliin thirty davs or judswent
by default w ill lj taken against you, accord
ing to the piayer of said complaint.
. The-said Action is brought to obtain a Judg
ment and dtcrco Of this court dissolving te
bonds of matrimony now existing between
plaintiff and defendant npon the, ground of
defendant's v. ijlful neglect and desertion also
for general relief, as will niorc lully appear in
the complaint on file, to which special refer
ence is hereby made.
And you are hereby notified ihat if you fall
to ar pear and answer the all complaint as
above remillie!!, he iaid plaintiff will appl) to
the court fo the reiicf therein demanded.
Ciiv en under my lianl and Seal of
said Superior Court at he Cfty and
Cmntv of San Vr-miM?,,. Mctf nF
CJalifornia, this 27th day of JulV in ths year of
our Lord, one thousand, eigh, hundred and
ninety-one. "
?M, J. BliATTNKTt, Clerk.
By Fccu, Yl Llfes, Deputy Clerk.
;.V,f, rr.,
Treasurer & Manugsti
Postage Paid S per lb
SpecUl LUt of
VEGETABLE SEEDS on Application;
. Correspondence Solicited.
Importers, Orowers and llealers in SEEPS1,
TRKK3ahd l'LAXTS1,
19 and 421 StVSUJU-. ST.
sau I raEclsw. al.
uail tlee !ft--.rca LiTct-tl
CiBnou.Tu. OntEi to IU., vpvi fa.
I highly recommend TaoU r Koenlge NeT
Tonic to anybody that has infffrod from head
ache as my eon did tor 6 years, because 2 bottles
ot tlie medicine cured hlw. it. HcTI 3 Dli
A Missionary ReromiiscuIs 3t
Br PAtx a Mission, I
Chote4n Co , Mont., Dec 12, 1. f
Tastor KoMjlg'a Xervo Tonic is wonderful L
cfcecilag asthma or any nervous diseases caustdi
by nervous debility oroverexcrUon. Thrcochib
dren of my school had falling eiek ness ; Uie mw
ot tbo tenic stopped tbe paroxvuna at once r.n j
ccred tbm. In all cases of treakneea it strength
vns the system withoaf falL I reeominerS It
most heartily. FEED EBEBSWEILEK
A Valuable Itoolc en Ncrvocs
cajcant ireo to c&raaureis.
I SiLL tun
tills inedlduo frco oC charso.
(ni. Mm.ti.t lhAAn n-,&rA liTtbt, Tlevepuvl
Pistor Koenls. of Port Warne. bid. sleeo 1STS. SW
lanowpreitsreduuderhlsUlroetlon br&o
KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, III.
Bold brDrairsIsU at fSl per Bottle, 0(or3
torso bUe, 81.75. 0 Bottles for 80.
1 : "
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Pukscott, Arizona ,
Septernl er 23, 1S9I. ' J.
Notice is herebj gt- en that the followiagr
nameil settler ha filed n ties -of his intenttw:
to make final proof in supwrt of his claiui,
and that said proof ill be made before the
Clerk of the District Court at Globe, Arizona,
on Saturday November 7, 1S0I, viz- Wll
liam M. Clanton, Declaratory Statement Nc
20y2. for the K. i of S. W and X. W. 1 of
S. W. i Section 17, Townhli G X. It. 9 "4
Ife names the following witnesses to pr
his continuing residence upon and eultire
of. said land, v iz :
Dave Hardenburg and Jarnei, Kertin
Phoenix, Arizfltia; W. W. Moore ami It.
Moore of TonU, Gila County, Aritona.
J. C. MABTIN, Bqrwter.
oct.3 6-w
For Sale or Renin
A well equipped restaurant, piovided with
ev er'ything necessary to carr" on a fjnt clan
establishment, centrally looated rn !Kd
Street, adjining Starr & lUgern saloon on
the north, will be aold, on reasonable term,
op rented to responsible parties. For further
information apply to Sam Kee, metcfeimt,
Glebe, A rianoA. e .
Bescue IKige, I, O, O. F,
meets Vednes
lv even mjr of each week at G A 1
933 it ft 51 o
A isiting lirnthorK in 1,1101 1 standing a
dially inited to attend
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