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SV t , KWlftAA'MWlFT' - iC flpJWWW .IHH'W f 'yfe" ' SftS&&?r?r?-i UPMHxp&m'jrA , it "-y. ' irjH 1S2i tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT VWicia i&JtoiU 6k" k, . Saturday, January 6, 1004. , Enter! in the Post OKice at 01i, m ec-pivj-clftn matter. This Pper IsJcspt on Wo t K. C. UaU'i dvrtUuisA8ucy, C-t and 05 Merchants' Xicilahse. San Francisco, Gal., where con- Vracts'foradtertUinc can be made (or it. POST OFFICE RULES. ..I fnc open from 7 A. M. t 7 r. M., dally. Snmlaya--on hour after wall amvt. . Mall clones (join East ami eat at 7-!ft A. to., dally. . , . . Mcopy Order Department-closo t .1 r. M., daily bumta) s exorte. Mail goto Sn Carlos and Maxeyy day, Sundays excepted to Uatalpa, Ar bier. Tonto, Rve, lUymin, &c., every Mn- day, Wednesday and Friday. IM wall Ia.a'i'Iia nlrht nraviuua at 6 V. M JOS. H. HAM1LL, V M. LQCAL NEWS. Onr closin'g out salo is absolutely bona fide. J. Mykks & Bno. ' jMw. iN. dlocker, of Salt lUvor, spent, 'several days horo thli weot. R. Q. uriffln and J. II. Ualcor woro 3n town froin Salt River Ota Wodnos Qay. E. J. Edwards drovo the winning horse In a trotting raco at Phcanlr last Saturday. Gorinty Treasurer J. AV. Bonrdina'At who haa been quite pick, is ngnln abla to be about. If you want a suit of clothes maths to )rdcr and warjnntod.to fit onll op O. .anjiV8Banou. -?' . 1 m& r,h,l.i ,1 dint.. Stitanaif. Olanton has beon appoint ed postmaser at Rono, Gila county, vlco Mareus Bacon, resigned. A. A. Packard "was In from Tonto yesterday with chickens atad eggs, A)r which ha cosily found pwtchssora. Mrs. Ooo. ,1L Strateon and tHirrh have ratnvned from a jirotraoted visit in tho Bast and are now at San Carlos J George Mahard, Mm late popular atag drlvw between Olob and Iliv--ersldo, 1ms tired of the road and gono to Phcanlx. - - - - A glov Aght for a purs of &0 bak' bean flrnwlg! to take pine In the Rink Jan. fitti, between A. V. Starr and Pat Pally. Yau oan bay a wintw snit of olotbeH ohoapar far wh at "Van Wagenen'a tlmn.ntany other plaee, onll and be convinced. Q. S. Van WAQKNaw. Thastonu will nuke (lie roads sort and delay coke team, bnt tho 0W Dominion Copper Cominy has coke on band to ran thorn for several weeks. Tho Tempe oorraapoiident of U Haraldsays: Steve Daliey and Sam lada passed through town this morn ing bound for Goidtieid in search of faim and fortune. R. E. flumpbrey reporte as import ant strike of ore In the Groat Western No, 1, owned by Humphrey Hill. TJe ledge Is 4 feet wide and averages 540 par ton In gold. Thos. Fnlter, of Miami, has raised eomeof the finest hogs evor brought to tho Globe market, which have net ted him a vory good profit. They wej?e feil, on sorghum awl fattened on grain. i. ' . ' jilra. Cornelia Anderson, who haa beon abeont in the East for a number of months, returned to Globe last Tuea- dny. Sho was accompanied by her huidjXfid, Sir. James Anderson, of De troit, Mloh., who will remain here for a abort time. Tho advent or the New Year was celebrated by music, danolngand mirth at tho Rink, on Monday night Thero was a jolly crowd of young people present, with "mettle in their hoela," and tho daneing was spirited and tho 'occasion thoroughly enjoyed. NOTI0EL A regular meeting of Rescuo Lodge No. 12, 1. O. O. F., will bo held Wednesday evening, Jan. 10th. Business of groat Importance. All members In good standing nro re quested to be present. Jno. F.,OiLAMrrojJ, Sec. ! -- ' f 1 Miss .Emma JCoiiton gavo a party to tho girls Of tho Intermediate claws of thqnubllp school, on New Year's Day, at her residanco on Onk Street. Thero were no regrets sent and tho guests arrived oarly, ooger to enjoy tho good time promised. Thoy romped nnd laughed, sang their carrols and fousted. Hiss Kojiton did all in her power to contribute to their pleasure, and rec ollootion of tho happy tlmo will linger long in tho memories of tho children. J. II. Thompson, R. G. Scott, YtttU Beard, O. B. Edwards nnd Win. Bran son loft on Tuesday, for tho mouth of Canyon creek to explore tho old mlno discovered sovoral months ago. Tho ,ol& works arc extensive and apparent ly hundreds of years old, but examina tion lias thus far failed to reveal any .mineral. Tho party Will remain some 'tlmo nnd make a thorough search for ho mlnaral wealth which must hayo 'existed tharo to induce tho anolonts to ltg miles of tunnels nnd trenches': FOR SALE. Mv rcsldenco throe Wuartero of a mllo southeast of tho vourt House, with nvo acres of land, Tour aorce under fence. A good houso containing tour largo rooms, ciuoon house, gralnory, flno pomp and wind mill. Variety of fruit, corral adjoining he grounds nnd a good rango for cat tle. A desirable placo .for a milk "ranch. For further particulars apply on tho premlsoa, or though iho poet Vfllce, to Mrh. N. E. Tjimviluajt, Globe. Arte .ifa&ous nOAKD Or BUTER' Qr.onK, Gila County, Arizona, Doa aOlh, 1803. Tlio Board mot pursumit to adjourn ment. Presout Supervisors, Cook, Tebbs nnd Taylor, and Ohtti. T. Mar tin. Clark. Cuinuumicattous from Hon. M. A. Smith and linn. 13. r. Baldwin rend and ordorcd filed. On motion Iho Olork was diroctcd to write to itha Acting slndinu Agout at San Curios, concerning tho wagon road between Globe and tho Snu Carlos liver. On motion Iho Clark rM directed to wrilo to Hou. M. A. Smitli in regard to jrGiln couuty'n claim for Indian trials. On account of tho oiokness of tho Co. Treasurer and cvoflicio Tax Collector tho nnuual settlement was postponed to tho regular meeting in January uoxt. Qu-motion it is ordered that tho Tax Collector tnko credit for tho Delia qnent hues, amounting to $9,af .63. t)u motion tho Board adjourned. Q1IAS. T. MARTIN. Olork. jArjpnuvd Jau. 1th, 1801. E. II. Cook, Gliairman. lGLQliB.GilnConnty, Arizona, nTnu. 4tlh lo9i. First regular roeotiug of the Board. Present Supervisors Cook, Tobbs and Taylor, and Ohna T. Martin, Clerk. The following claims wSrO allowed and Warrants on tho Exponso Fund or- Klerod drawn in payment tlioroofs .t. Hv lMscoo, board of prisoners, $109.25: Fv l?i 'WdKtmeyor, anpplios, $10.50: T. A. Fsrtscoe, horse fued, S1.10; M. Ilor. ijrtos, -woo(l, $12; J. C. Lnndy, repairiug shackles, 1; 1 T. Robertson, District Attorney, $-10; N. Hoc"kW, tea.ro of pan por, $7fi; B. G. Fox, M. D.v '?285.25; R. F. Kellner Co., anpplios, $88.75; O. N. Creswoll, jailer, $225 Cox & Street, counsel, $500; J. Sultan, 0.p plies,fiC.iO; V. V. Brooknor, asa'di aee. of C. A. Smith, unrsc, $1B8; H. C. Hitchooek, anpplies, Slfi.OO; Ban coft-Whitney On. law iKwks, $11.20; O. 1). OomM O0. applies, for 20.06, of which 84.25 was referred to the overseer of Globe Road DUlrict for payment, and allowed 21.40; David Derore. jnror, $18.80; G. Y, P. Hnat, aeo'il jury oert, $10.80; O. D. Com'l Co., aas'd jnry oert., $10.80 Jos. Teal, jnror, i.8U; Joe. Bartsou, juror. 2.80; Edward Thompson Co., lawtooks, 80; L. ItobiRson, work ou roof, $18: Andro Manrei, building fines, S90.S0; M. Anirre, interpreter, $12.60; Deuis Mnrphv, ass'd jnry cert., $2.30; B. C. Sloan,. jnror, 10.00; J. H. Canavan, jaror, SW.60; j5. Q. Fox, meala.to hos pital, $162.70; M. Dbrqnea, interpret er, 22.50; J. W. Boardwan, Tax Col lector, $19.70; John Hcnek, oonstable, 18; John II. James, ooustable, $38.95; Alonzo Bailey, Clock Dial. Conrt, 100.30; O. N. Cxeawfill, Cettrt Com'r, $15: John Bownsn, J. P., $41.&0i J H. TfaonipcoB, Sheriff, $50; Emma lieack, laundress, 360; Aruso.na Sii.vsb Baur, prwUug for $08.20, allowed $92.45; G. & S. C. Tel. Co., telegrams ! for $7.K), allowed $6.40; John U. Jnmas, Sanitary Com'r, $45; 0. E. Fin lay, cartage, $5; J. II. Thompson, Sheriff, for 198, allowed $155.25; J. IT. TliointKtan, Sheriff, for $253, al lowed $12g; Geo. 0. Strong, J. P., fer $10.05, nllowed 15.25; Chas. T. Mar tin, exchange and M. O. fees, 81.83. On motion it is ordered tltat n war rant lor $4o be urawn on tuu i-xpense Fund in payment for the maintenance of J. N. Calvin from Oct. 1st, 1803, to Jan. 1st, 1891. Tho following olsims ware then al iened, and warrants on tho Salary Fond ordered drawn in payment thereof: J. H. Thompson, Sheriff ami Assessor, $225; P. T. Robertson, Dist. Atty, 100; Alonzo Bailey, Clurk Dist. Court, $50; Chas. T. Martin, Clork and Recorder, $200. Tho claim of John 11. James, Firo Marshal, for $28, was, on motion, not allowed. Tho Uoipital report for tho 4th quar ter of 1893, was road and ordered filed. Tho Board then mado settlement with tho County Treasurer, counted the balance of money on hand and found tno same correct. On mution tho opouing of bids was postponed to to-morrow. The Board then stood nt recess to 9:80 a. in. to-morrow. CHAS. T. MARTIN, Clerk. Approved Jon. 4th, 1891. 13. H. Cook, Chairman. irronno.Mir.vr or suiooi. m 01. vs. School monoys havo beon nppor tloued to tho sovoral school district during tho present school years, to duto, aa follows : Globe, DIalrlct No. 1, 1,720.60 Miami, DiBtriot No. 2, 140.07 Grapevine, District No. 3, . . . . 299.94 Catalpa, District No. 4, 299.91 Pleasant Valley, District No. 5, 299.01 Stantoir, District No. 0, 299.91 Cllno, District No. 7, 299.91 Star Valley, District No, 8, . . 299.D1 Bound Yalley, District No. 9, 99.94 Green Valley, District No. 10, 299.91 S39.60 299.01 299.91 1 Strawberry, District No. 11, j pino Creek, District No. 12, Gleola, District No. 13, Byo, District No. 14, 239.p Bono, District No. 16, 149,97 Cooper, Dialrigt No. 16 239.80 San Carlos, District No. 17, . . . 239.88 If you wantastriclly pure mid unai dulterated whiskey for family or med icinal uso, call for Planet whiskey at fi S Van WngonotiV "Wo have lots and lots of bargains loft. J. Myers & BitO, Josoph Boyor was In from tho Siorra Anclias on Friday. E. Konton of Sail il'tir, was snow bound hero on Prlday. Oo to G. S. Van heavy or light shoes. Wagcnon'8 for l'ou can got nothing moro suitable for a holiday presont than a cony of Sliopp's photographs oi" tho world. For sale at AVestmoycr. Mrs. M, M. Frush is prepared to do dressmaking and sowing of overy do Boription. Prompt attention and satis faction guaranteed to all who favor her with work. I.cavoordors at resi dence on Hill street, third house south of tho brldgo. K. & P.Ofllcers and Knlghteof tho ordor will please tako nolico that a special meeting is called for January Oth at 7:30 p. m., for tho pilrposo of initiating nowly elected mombera. A full nttondauco is roquostod. J Fi Dautok, K. ofR. &S. &F. S. Ed. Arholger nrrivod from Phcnnix on Wednesday, intending to return yesterday, but was prevented by tho storm. He reports that J. II. Burrows has his water motor in Bucccshfitlopor ntlon, raising water bovonty-flvo feet with marvoloufl case. Charles Bankor, who has an interest in tho invention, will accompany Mr. Arholger io Phco- nix. . -. Regular meetings of White Moun tain Lotlgo No. 3, F & A. M., for tho year 1804 : January 05th, July 19th, Fobroary 22nd, August ltfth-, March 22nd, September 20th, April 10th, Octobor 18th, May 24th, Novombor 16th, Juno 21st, Decombor 13th. CltARUB IIOKSMAN, Sec fitftboraofCo. A, 1st Reg., N. G. A., who excel s marksmon. have j-o- ceivod badges as follows: Corporal A. V. Star, expert Private Floyd Blovlns, rifleman. Sergt Jas. Whelart, ritlenlan. Lieut Chas. T. Martin, rifleman. Capt K. II. Cook, rilloman. j Corporal M. Klein, rilloman. Corporal II. Myers, rilloman. Private T. W. Gornow, rifleman. i . - . At a regular meeting of Rescue Bodge No. 13, J. O. O. F., January' 8d, the following ofllcors WoitrinMalled : II. C. Ilitchcook, V. Q.;,J. F. Cramp ton, Sec.; W. Zimmormann, Treas.; Jas. Fatten, WardOn; F. M. Gates, Guide; B. G. Fox R, S. N. G.j T. B. Curnow, L. S. J G.; G. W. P. Hunt, It S. V. G.; P. J. Johnson, L. S. V. G.; J. Barteon, R. S. S.: J. Bell, I,, ft. s.s 0. D. Barclay, I. (J. At Arlvaoa on Christmas tlay there was a pleasant union of Mr. nnd Mrs N. W. Bernard, Masters N. a, N. P. and W. R. Bernard, Mr. and Mrj. Al. C. Bernard and Matters Allen and Fred Bernard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Stephoh M. Agulrro and their son Kplfanio Mrs. Jeasfc 0. ByrnoandWrson Sam uel, Aloe Johnson, a nephew of N. W. Bernard, and Robt Woods. There were nine grandchildren present. Tho mother of tho Bernards lives at Wost port, Mo., and in all sho haa nineteen grandsons nnd not a granddaughter. Enterprise Mrs. M. B. A guirxe, a notable mom bor of tho Bernard family, wae also not present. Sho is In West Virginia, theguobtofcx-Sccrotary of War Ste phen B. Klkins and wife. Bargains for you. Wo savo you money. J. Mvkbs & Buo. Resldante of Globo arose on Friday morning to find that Mother Carey had been Industriously pioking her geoao during tho night. Tho ground and overy exposed object was covered with ''tho beautiful" to a depth of Ami" Indies, and would havo been deepqf had tho weather been colder. Tho skies retained thoir leaden oast and the snow fell fitfully all day yosterday, and far into tho night. In duration tho storm isnuotablo one, but wo havo had heavier snow falls and storms of greater severity. January 29th, 18S0, snow foil in Qlobo to a dopth of 5 inches, and in March 1831, 5J Inches. Tho severest blizzard experienced hero was Deo 21st, 18S7, wlion tho mercuiy sank to C degrees nbovo zero ; Jan. 30th, 1883, a temper ature of 10' was recorded. On tho night or Feb. 15th, 1893, snow full in Globo to n depth of four tofivo inches. Tho late storm appears to havo ex tended all over Gila county, as tho Tonto mail carrier reports four Inches of snow on Tonto creek and two inch os on Salt river. On tho toll road, Pinal mountain, tho snow was about eighteen Inches deep where the stago crossed yesterday, and thero has Binto beon ft considerable fall. 3IARUII.lt. Judge L. O. Cowan nnd Mrs) R, B. Ogden wore marriod nt the residanco of tho brido last Sunday morning, Itov. W. G. Blakoly performing tho cere mony. Only a few of tho friondo of tho parties wore prcsont Mr. Cowan is ono of tho best known and most highly respected of our citizens, while the brido Is an nmlnblo and cultured woman who has mado hor homo among xls for several years past Tho happy douplo havo bomi weighted down with J Congratulations sinco tho happy event and wo unite in wishing them a long Ufa of rnarrifcfl lhaphlness. Mohavo County Miner, 3bco 30th,. Tho abovo noUco will bo read with ihtercst by many old acquaintances of tho brido in 'Globcj where sho resided for sovoral years nnd Is highly es teemed. Tho BeIt joins in congratu lations and best wishes fd Judge nnd Mra Cowan T" noTicuTO sTocKnoi,in::t. The annual meeting of tho Globo Rink Association, Ibr the election of ofllcors and transaction of other busi ness, will bo hold nt tho Bnw olllcoj al 8 o'clock, Monday ovonlrg, Jan. 15th. j. II. Hamill, Act. Sec'y and Treas, Church Directory, St. Paul's M. E. OhUrch, Globo, Arte: Sorvlcos at 11 o'clock a. m, and 7 o'clock n. m. each Sabbath, ahd Sabbath School at 1:30 p. m. All the cldldren are welcoinod. Wo havo and keep tho latest literature. Oaids of latest design, and in abun' dance. Conin children and fco. L. II. Tjumulb, Pastor. About a yojr ago I took a violent ut iaok of lit gnppo. I coughed day nnd .night for about six weeks; lriy wife then suggested that I try Ohamborjain's Cough Routed r. At first I could seo no difference, but (.till kopt taking it, and found that it was what I needed. If I got no relief from 0110 dose I took another, and it was only a few days until I was free frdra tho cough. I think people in general ought to know tho value of this romedn and I take pleasure in acknowledging tho benofit I havo received from it. Madison Mus turd, Otwuy, Ohio. 50 cent bottles for iale by H. C. Hitchcock, druggist. Says the Arizona Enterprise: "Gila county is the Bret to send in her cosh to assist in helping Arizona to state hood. It is reported that Judge Haok ney and Hon. Alonzo Bailey ware con tributors to tho fund." Tho BhijT is happy to inform tho Enterprise that Gila county is not prod igal of her means in furthering such Wild-cat sohemos as statehood for Our already too impoverished Territory. After diligent inquiry wo learn that two of our citiaeng, and no more, havo given of thoir abundance iu furtherance of tho proposed sohems, and they were not Bailey and Uaekney. If that is an judication that Gikt eoll&ty is in favor of atatabiMd, and if that crumb of com fort is a solace to the Enterprise, we are glad of t. Sack Booth, the Gila county convict) effected his eMttpe from tbe Territorial prison, December 27ta, by ripping olf Ids prison garb, under which lie had a white shirt ind a pair of blue overalls, and thus passed the guard without ex oiUng a suspicion that be was one of their rcgixlered boarders. Later in the day a woman, while looking for oggs, discovered him under some liny, in a manner. Tbe discovery induced him to at once reeume his progressive motion, but wbiloer, puseeled the will. Tho trailero (a vhite man and two eagle-eyed Iu;liaJ) report him aa hav ing supplied iii.nsolf for the journey with jorked be&C that hang on a lino, and thus prodded he pursued hla de vious way. Ills tracks and tho appor ant length of hla strides Indicated that he was going somewhere, nnd that ho was anxious to get there with as little delay as possible. The query 1, where and how did he get Ute win to Bhirtnnd blue ovorallsr The Yuma Sentinel, of December 30th, says fSSO will be paid for his arrest uud return to tho prison. ( - The persistent cough which Usually follows an attack of tho grippe can bo permanently cured by taking Cham berlain's Cough Baatedy. W. A. Mc Guire of MdIvY, O., says: "La grippo left me with a severe cough. After using several dtu'ereat medicines with out relief, I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which effected a permanent cure. I have also found it to be with out an equal for children, when troublod with colds or croup. 60 cent bottles for ule by 11. C. Hitekceok, druggist. We muat fcoll out. J. Mykbs &. Bro. lor Otrr riflj 1.r. Ay Out a.vii WutL-TitiBit RuiiKUY. Mrs. Winslc-H-'a Soothing Srup has beon uod Ifit ever fifty years by millions of mothers for their children trials teething, with perfect atideeta. It soothes Iho child, soften" the guins, allays nil pain, Cures wind colic, and is tho Vwt ruincdy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by druRgists in every part of tho world. Two ntyfivc cents a bottle. Its value h inctlculable. Be suro and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Sootliing Syrup, and tnko no utiier kind Gontlcmon'fl nockwoar clieap at tho Post Office Store. IIom'k Tliln I Wo ofTer Oilo Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not ho cured by takiuti Hall's Catatrh Cure. F. J. CUaNKY & CO., Toledo, O. Wo, tho uinlorsi'xncd, h,te known F. J. Cheney far tho List 15 years, an 1 lo Kovo him perfectly hennrablc in all busi ness transactions, and financially ablo to early out any obligations made by thoir firm. West & Truax, Wholesalo Drti5tist, To ledo, Ohi". Walding, Kiiiuan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggist, Tolujlo, Ohio. Hall s Oatafrii Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tjiu gystom. Price, 75o. por bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials froe. All kinds of wines nnd liquors, to bacco and cigars, at Gt Si Van Wage- lleft'Sj I. LETTIH!. LIST. totters rcinaiinjf in thePitofficauf Oiolia A. T for the week endine Jan. Cth, lf.91i Allen, Nelson A Alexander, Mr Caae, Mftrlon-'S Colin, Ltito Piiiin. Mrs 3 C2 (iillt J II Ilolliday, O l: Keedy, Abo I'idmcr. If vrum S BuiSell, O M jilchaid'on, V .T Star, J N (Jerrjt, Kstelian Jaratnlio, TrcriqMlino l'alemltin. Fratlciiou Scmas. MatpJjJertJ I'erbons calling ! r tlio alwve letters piisso Bjy ii ivf rtt v(l J I' HtMlLI V M Pure A cream of tartar baking ponder. J lichen t of All t'11 le.tynir.f strenstli. Latsit U S, Governtnei'it Koh1 Itejiort. HOTAI. B.IX1JTO l'CWPKK CO., 105 Wall S., N. V. " 11 Go to G. S. Van Wagonon'a for over coats and blankets. 1 1 Go to G-. fi. Van AVagcneU's for furn ishing goods. "During tho opidoraio of la grippo Chamberlain's Cough Remedy look tho lead liuio And was much belter liked than other cough medicines." H. M; Bangs, druggist, Cbatswortb; Illinois. This grip is muoh tho sumo as a very eovero cold and requires precisely tho same treatment This Remedy is pfdmpl aria effectual nnd will prevent any tendency of tho diseaso toward pneumonia. For salo by li, O. Hitch cock, druggist. PUOIUTE NOTICE. tw Tiii: ritOnATE court w the county -x. 01 uua, itlrwnr el Allmu. Io tti4 mi'tWi of tbe KU( o Um & Joso. !e- ceueOL tlf for iiHtationcf time jpjfointtJ (or trgifof WJUeto. I'urnuit to u orJd at iM Uourt, tnadt m tbe 2311) Ux e( Dec. ISM, 4ioo li btrebjr (Ivmt, that Batuidjjr UnKthOjyrcf Ja 1391. at tea ocloak a. ra. ot uld ilty, at lis Oourt room A ttii Oeartv at tie Court llMUo, 1 lite 104 tfoualrci GUt, bH Uj n'aU,l at Ute Uiu Md (lico (er troiis; tb Will of hM iltij K J num. tlccewel, ami f hrim Ux EiHcatJon o( JoSu M. Joixi hi tho ttmuaxt to blm of Letlcn of Aiailut!oa lh Uw WUi uud. bra uj Mt u pemeu lulirwKiJ Uktf pptiu will oootwt Ihc Maw. I)itl, Jan. 1th li.-L a U ALUSOK. OWk. N0TI0S TO OREDIiORS. Htmot HUWAItl) BfJSU, dimued. VotiM to Uni7 ia kgr tta HwUnitmrX xeco trtx oi thewUtc vt Idwl Ram, dinMH.il. io tbe aBtc of. tiki 11 lnimf tiaij tUhw K4at 11 MM dceeued, to tsUMt then "I Um narj VMtlun wttMa tMi mnnlbl Met the firtt publleuloa ot ttdt atMt, to tbe mW Bxestrtx t rtwuuit VUr. Gi'. CwiDtf, Artmu, Ute mk bttoe the ftete fu-lteVMMMMwiaf UwbuMceMotneM utoUjntte Co-iutxvl Oil. IJZlir. s-amdel, Ittecatili of tke out e( IMwiwI JUm. dewueJ Itated t CleW. Arloo, Jtsunr !nl, lMt H.M. GCHLESINCER, ATiottHBr and Oouxsiaon at Law," Globe, Arhwua. Mining Application No. 621. U.S. Lasd Orrroe, Tcchok, Ariionn, 1 DeMtalwr th, VST6. Notice U hereliy tjiven that Tho United Globe Miuee, by Ivdwnrd II. Conk, atturii'-y in fact vhute pH ofBcc addro. Is GI, Gila Countr, Arisona, ha made application fr a iaUnt fur the GLADIATOR and CKK THAVLIA lodea bearing oipper, sitnate hi 1 1 lobe Mining DUtricl, (ii!a Comity, Arizona, and dercrlbml in the oiScial plat and lipid nota uti ble in this offic, as followe, U ; Beaianin;; at corner No. 1, of the Gl.tlia tor, hlentisal with corner No. 5, ot the cn iravlla, fwhenCe N. Si M. M. Ko. 2, bears N. Sfi &t&. !!l mi K. 407S.8 feet) a cedar post 5 est long, 6 1 nchen in diameter set I fo( in the cround nith muiind of tlouea; thene S. C7 dc;;. 43ndn. W. 1230 Jt feet to corner No. 2, a cedar post A feet long, 6 inches in diamA ter, set I foot in ground with mound nf itonee; llienco N. 30 dt-gt. JM niln. W. COO feet to comer Xo. 3, acdarpot 5 feet long, 6 inches In diameter with lunund of atonri, thence N. 70 dejja. W min. J?. I'JSa 8 feet to corner Jf. 4, identical w ith cwner Nov , of tfcs Centrtr. 11a lode, attdsr post 5 lefet IoKk, C Inches in diameter, with itioiind of stones; thence S. 45 deR.6C niln. W. 3193 feet to corner No. 7 Centravlia Lode, a cedar ixxit 5 feet Ion?. C luchf in diameter, ultli mound nf atonea; thence A'. 30 deg. ifi mln. W. rOO.l feet, to comer No. C, a cedar post 5 fret Ion;;, Cinches in diameter tt 1 foot in ground with mound of stuiiej; thence X 44 dtvs. 10 mln. K. 1500 fet't to coinr No. 0, identic) .with corner No. 1 Gladiacor lode and plants ot oeginfilllf . . Total area nf Glailfator Lodo lfl.81 acren; lem conflict with Alice 0 07 acres; lesa conflict witli Fraction 0 24 acres; less conflict with Hooiferl .Mnciei. Total urm Centraylla Lxle 17.7C acrei; less conflict with Hooslvr 0.18 acren; leu conflict IUi UisjrO.OSacrtA. v -,. . Net arei Glafllator aid Centrayha Lode 31.S1 actes and forming a portion f the Quarter of Section iu Township of tane Meridian. The location of this mine is recorded in the Itecordej-'s office of Gila OonVit", on pase .. Adjoining Claimants arc Alice, Kractioti",Hio$ier ailu Grer. , ' All persona holding adverse claims thereto are required to present tlis same before thi office within sixty days (roip the firvt day of puhlicatioJJ liSrtof, or thoy will be Birred Uy Ti'ftuc of the provisions of the statute , llKKlinitT IUIOWN, Recistcr. Bnwaitn H. Coor, Attorney fur Claimant. dclB-10r T ' " Kvrr aince the estaMtiliMtnt ofllie drat paper oti the bay of San Trancltco, which we bcllere wap the "Alls." reraocd from Monty Ja 18; the lahabltanta oftuc Coaat Reneially hart been Inter ested la the news from San Fraucjseo. The "'Alta," like many other piaocentofMJ.haaauceumbed to the Inevitable find ge oer lathe fcreet raajurlty, and.llkibtller plomtia, fiat Ucctl tuCceiJf Cy o'infier euernllwis. 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