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Arizona Silver Belt
ESTABLISHED IN 1S78, 1IY A. II. HACKNEY
J. II. II.VHIIiL. Editor anil Proprlotor.
Kntereil at the l'ostomce at Olobo, Arizona,
M seooml-cla'.s matter
HlIHl!l(llriO.N U.tTI
One Year (in advanco) $2.60
Six Months 1.25
Threo Months 75
(ST ADVKIITISINO IlATES MtDK KNOWN ON
irruavrioN at this arriRK.
THURSDAY, XOVKMHKK 29, 1900.
The Aruoim Arrow is to bo tho unino
of tho now paper soon to ho ftnrted on
its Uiht hy Lew IUnkely, nt Kinxinnu.
Wo hopo it will bo tipped with wisdom
and f!iithtr-d with biicceia.
Governor Murphy goes to Washing
ton this week in, tho iuterest of RtMte
hood. Greater confidence would bo
felt in hit effort wero it not for tho
knowledge thnt tho prolongation of tho
governor' political career is depend
ent upon Arizona's remaining a territory.
W. 1). Bell bun purchased an inter
est in the Phoenix Enterprise and is
now asocintetl with A. S. Mills, m ed
itor and proprietor. Tho Etiturprit-o
under Mr. Mills' management him be
come ono of the nunsiest and best of
the Aruoua dailies, and ne hope it
will enjoy luurea.-ud influence and
prosperity under the uuw management.
tbe intention being to employ tho now
power to pump water for irrigating
Dr. Culver thinks that his company
will eusily bo able to keep a largo sec
tion of country supplied with an
nbuudnuco of water at an iustgnltlcaut
cot. Ool Leo Orandall is interested
in the company.
All kinds of men's underwear at
less than cost. Chicago Kurgaln Store.
PLUIULITIE3. FOK DELEGATE.
As shown by the olliuial cnuviua iu
tho several counties:
roit SMITH.
Mhavo li'JIl
Graham i!71
Gllu 2CH
Piinl 188
Pima 178
Yuma 177
Cochiso 139
Santa Cruz 52
Xavajo 31
Maricopa 1G
Total 1007
FOIt MOIU'HV.
Yavapai -157
Coconino (id
Apache 9.r
Total 018
Plurality for Smith 989
Tho death of Senator Davis is reck
oned peculiarly uufortuuatc, inasmuch
as hs Is said to be tho only member of
the senate committee ou foreign rela
tions who has uinstercd tho couipli
cuted details and can explain the effect
upon our commerce nod international
relations of the ratlllcatiou of tbo
Mirious reciprocity treaties now pending.
Delegate J. P. Wil-ou left for Wash
ington lafct week, to be present at the
opening of congress on tiext Monday.
Uwiug to tbe sbortuens of the setsloa
aud the subjects of national importanco
to bo considered, it is not probable
that legislation for tho territories will
reeelwi much attention. However,
Col. Wilson may bo depended upon to
do his utmost to secure an appropri
ation for tho building of the Sun Car
los duin, and it may be that Arizona's
plea fur stutehnod will receive recog
nition along with tbe claims of New
Mexico and Oklahoma.
Take your prescriptions Ui Glolie
Druir Store.
You can find almost any domestio or
imported bottle goods at Cafe Hoynl.
Or Preston, residont doutist in
the now Hitchcock building.
We ask your trade beeuu.se wo can
s'ive von money. Chicago Bargain
Store.
"Best" Is Hie cheapest, because
best. Icisalwajsgood. Try it and be
convinced.
Family washing solicited prompt
attention work guaranteed. Globe
Steam Laundry. Telephone ."55.
We li.ivo the lamest and best se
lected stock nf all kinds California
blankets and tine white blankets at
the very lowest prices. Chicago 11.
store
CAUSE FOB THANKFULNESS.
Wo us a natioti have much to tie
thankful furun this beautiful November
day. Wo have reason to lie. tbiiil.ful
that tbu Pilgrim fathers appointed u
day of thaukgiviugt thus inaugurating
a feMlval which has become one of our
principal natlulial holidays They hud
little to be thankful for, compared
with the 3iuuifold bleK-ings nhiuh
Proxiilence lias bentoued upon us.
Half of tbe little company of Pilgrims
had dlt-d after lauding at Plymouth,
and doubtless tho survivors felt deeply
grateful that tliey were alive. They,
perhaps, felt us Mr. Donley uas ex
pressed it "He thankful f'r what yo
have nut, Hiiiuisny."
We in Ari.oua should be thankful
that we are favored abovo the people
of almost any other portion ol the
United States poaceseing u terntory
unsurpassed in natural resources, a
clliualo unrivaled ou the face of the
tar Hi, and a generous measure of pros
perit for nil who are not too indolent
to uoik. l'lie past 'ias been generous
to us aud tlie futllie is bright with
promise.
tcTL
Me. I al- .-lHPy
ru -
. AUCHIMEDES' DBEAM REALIZED
Pearson's Magazine for December
contains mi article under the head f
" Tapping the Sun's Rays," by C.
Montgomery McGovern, dencriptivo of
)r Win. Ctilver'n pan helio-motor, to
harness the sun's rays and convert
their ooiiceutrutud heut into a mer
chantable commodity. "With the sun
motor in commercial use," says tho
writer, "it will bo no longer necessary
to denude tlie forests, or delve into
the bowels of tbo earth, before wo can
heat our homes, or miiko tbe steam re
quired in our factories, railroads and
ships."
The fiercest degree of heat that any
one has, heretofore, been able to mako
is the 0001) degrees that has been reg
istered iu the electric nro. Dr. Culver,
it ih claimed, is able with his arrange
ment of lft.OOl) small mirrors, to gen
erate 31,000 degrees of heat, and of
this he is ahlo to control 10,000 do
green with perfect safety.
The first attempt to uo tha pan-helio-motor
for practical purposed is
to be mudo at Tucson, Arizona,
The Racket Store has a line stock
of ciods and has the reputation of
being the cheapest place to buy In
GImIm.-. Purchasers would do well to
.'" to i lie Racket Store for bargains.
Do You Cough?
" I guess I used i liko everylxalv cle,
Wlim I rsimjlittold. I Justlctltalonc, think
ing it would
of course the aL?
coughing ftiictsO
and spitting S(0.-br8.
of mucus )y, .RfJSljs
sonietimcs VF&'Jiaf
eral weeks, r F)iJ
but after a UrZZJKkr
while the Iff
wou
t
ways no
ticed, how
ever, that
rach cold was worse than tliconc before. My
throat seemed to get weaker, and the laist
change in tho weather started the coughing
nsain Tho last cold was the mou-cvere of
nil. I was really frightened. Cough drops
and homo treatment did no good. A friend
told me about Acker's i:nglih Remedy. I
got n bottle, anil you never iaw the like of
the way it arted. Before thcbottlo was gone
I was well. My throat felt nsstrongand well
as could be. fincethenl have bad no more
trouble. I think Acker's English Remedy so
strengthen tho delicate lining of the throat
mat u enny re-ists me chances In tempera
ture, anditbiilMsupthcconstitutioinis well."
(Signed) Cu:r.iF.Fomvuj,
251 Gold St , Brookljn, N. Y.
Sold at25c.,G0aaml$labottlc, throughout
tho United States and Canada ; and in Eng
land, at Is. 2d.. 2s. Sil., 4s. C1. iryou are not
satisfied after buying, return tho bottle to
your druggist, and get your money back,
ire a'llhnrizc the abort gua'an're.
W. 11. UOOKHR & CO., Pieprlcton. Xca York.
For Salo by II. O. Hitchcock, Globe.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Pri
vate sale.
Under authority or an order of sale pi-anted
by the Honorable I'roliate Court of the
county of Gila, territory of Arizona, dated
Januarys. 1900, In the matter of J ho estate of
Andrew Miller, deceased andreaSlrmedun Hie
M day of November 1900. by said court
I will sell at private salo for cash to the
hUhcst bldJcr, the following described rem
estate situate In the town of Globe. Gila
county Arizona territory and known by the
ofllclil map of said town as a portion of lot
No. (hone In blojk No (73) setenty-tbrce.
same being tho property of said estate und
being twenty four and one half feet, fronting
on Ilroad street und running back one hundred
and thlrty-Ilve feet, commencing al the north
west corner of tho lot on whleh tho (Hobo
bank building Is situated theneo northerly
with Broad street twentv-four and one-half
feet to Mrs. M. .1. Moore's lot. thence easterly
with Mrs. Moore"s south sidu line one hundred
and thirty-five feet for corner, thenee south
erly with the east end llne-of said lol twenty
four and one-half feet, for corner, thence west
erly one hundred and thirty live 'eet for corner
and place of beirinnlnK; together wlihim
proveraents thereon Ulds will be received
by mo and salo made by mo on or after the
15th dav of December, 1W0, subject to tho ap
proval of said prou.ito court.
3t. I)KNH MUHl'ilv, Administrator
Dr. A. P. Maisch,
TONTO, ARIZ
Residence between Tonto and Cline
postolllces.
Coorge R Hill,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
niiom:,
ARIZONA
kiiu:- insuuanoi:
W. D. Fisk,
uri:
GLOIIU, ARIZONA.
W. M GtAveooi.. S. II. Ot-AYPOOi,
Clnypool & Claypool,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Orders loft at druir store will receive prompt
uttcntlon.
Coo. J. Stonoman
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office next to tho Sultan Mercantile Co.,
GL01IK .... AU1Z.
J. S. Sniffen-
ATTOItNKY-AT-LAW
Will praotlco In all tho courts of the Terri
tory und the Supreme Court of the
United States.
GLOI1E AltKONA.
fVIills Van Wagcrion
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Olllco at Residence Gi.oiik, Amz.
Notice to Creditors.
Kstato of Mrs. !. llwitis, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned,
administrator of the estate of Mrs. M. Kvans
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the salddeceased, to ex
hibit tlicin, with tho necessary vouchers,
within four monthsafter theftrst publication of
this notice, to the said administrator ut his
home In Globe. Gila county, Arizona Territory,
the simti being tho plaoo for the tratis
action of tbo business of said estate, in said
county of Gila
It. II, EGNKIC,
AdmltiKtrator of tho ostato of t,aid de-
ecaoud.
DAteJ at Qlobe tUls 15th day of Nov.. 1800. 5t
L. F. Eggors
ATTOItNKV AND ColT.NBV.LOIl AT LaW
t Orrraotlee In all Courts.
NOTAItY I'CIIMC -Ortlee opposite tho Sit,
Vl.ll IU'.I.T
Rroiid street iiLOin:. aiiizona
SOCIETIES, LODGES, ETC.
F. & A. M.
Regular meetings of White
Mountain Lodge, No. 3, for
the j ear 1000: January 18,
February lo. March 22, April
19. May 17, dune 14, .Inly 12.
Amriist 10. ScDtcmber 13. Oc
tober 11, November 8 and 29, Dece-in-ber
0. J. R. HcNitY, W. M.
A. II. Mokeiikai). Secretary.
o5rx
ify
vitcd.
8- P.O. E.
Globe Lodire. No. -JS9.
R. P. O 13., meets on tho
Firntand Third KridavH
in each month in Odd
Fellows Hnll. Visiting
EIk nro eordially in
W. T. McNr.LLV, E R-
Geo It. Hill. Secretary
Knights of Pythias.
Pinal Mountain Lodge,
No. 11. Regular liieotings
, every tuesday at .Masonic
i Hull All brothers inirood
Btanditifcnro cordially in
vited Wm. Veiekin. 0. U.
(Jko. R. Hill, K ofR and S.
&&
A. O. U. VV.
Globo fiOdcoNo. 15. meetH
'on the First and Third Fri
day of each monthat ciglit
o'clock p. m. in Masonic
Hall Visiting brothers in
good standing are cordially
invited to attend
Simon Kinsman, hi. W.
James E. Ellison. Recorder.
Trr-"!" d
Itraf
I. O. O- F,
f'ZS. Rescue Lodge, No.
?'!&'& -12, meets on every
rt ' ctinevMiuy evening.
Visitinir brothers are
? cordially invited:
l. Oates, N. .
Geo CiiANnLEit. SecreUtrv.
Court Slo oe Mo IO. F. of A.
' MeetH lirst anil third
Thursday!) of each
month at Odd FoIIowh
Hall.
L. L. Leonaud,
Chief Ranger.
Wm Whalley, Financial Sect'y.
Clobo Chapter Mo. 7, R. A. M.
a iicgniar uonvocations or
uioiK-uiiapier, iSO. i, it. i. !.,
.scjyiiid Monday evening in
each month; from May to Oct
ober, 8 p. m., from Octolior to
May, 7:30 p. in. Visiting com
panions cordiallv invited.
EmvAitn Weck, II. P.
MoitEiiEAl). Secv.
wm
A. II.
Clobo fVlinors Union.
Globe Miners Union,
No.(X),W.F.ofM.,mccts
Tuesday etcningof each
week, at Odd Fellows
hall.
President.
R. L. Williams. Secretary.
s"s
2mtes3&$&
RAKER.
P.O.Livingstone,
Gila county, An
zona.
Range In Sierra
Ancha, and on
Upper Salt river.
Also owns cattlo branded
on right hip.
I oiler S2C0 reward for theconvlctlon
of any one driving stock from thef
range or changing or uciacing orauu.s,
?Hs fi
,,Pi,3tfi&i:m
j7lprf ,
-1l tjjjgjfit.-h.iw,-, rftjMtlie?ii i.J ,.
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Chu Qnonu
Uea Gin Koo
Tie Sang
TAORANT
THE BEST IN TOWN
Broad Street, GLOBE, ARIZONA
Owositk E. F. Ejjllnek's.
fVlEALS 25 CTS.
Chicken aud Ice Cream ou Sundaye
jMrWe Always Try to Please Custom iikTitt
MEALS AT ALL HOURS,
DISHES COOKED to ORDER..
Prices Moderate
w
here Quality counts
We win.
W. W. BROOKNBR & CO,
General ,
Merchandise
oo Sang
fauranf
L
irormrrly Hie ;ito n )
Charley Yett & Co.. Proprietors
THE TAUI.E IS SUPPIED WITH T,HE
UEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
Patrons will recoivo overy album on
GLOBE. ARIZONA
PIOHEEK-
it iarket
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Pascoe Livery Stable
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THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED
STABLE AND CORRAL IN GLOBE
Saddle Horses....
Single and (0
Double Teams J8
Drivers furnished whon desired i
i icay ciiiu uiaillKnn
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(0
FOR SALE at all times
Broad Street, (opposite the bridge), GLOBE, Ariz.
B. F. PASCOE, Proprietor
Wm. Sidooi, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND jIETAEj
BUTGHER.
asid
On Salo at all Tlmos
o
I'll) Hit- lllatir.l 'tll Miirlii-' I'rlr lor
lli-i-r liiillr
BROAD ST.. GLOBE
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The man n ho whliirs very low
bout Hit; trood-i he bus to snow
Can't save his customers tbe dollirw
Like the one who climb-, a tree and boiler
-LOVK& JOS--ON 1
Christmas J,-'--
o aro
aa ! I
Ilea
but wo
Christm
Call and bee the nrettv ttiinL's alrcidi
the advance cnard tif tlie Christmas nro':c.vilon.
t l,ookiiik arouna involves no ouimatlon V)var
chose. We arc jrlacl to hoe ymr present pr lie.
t we will let the fiitinc tiki mre of itbelf. Half
i an hour In our .st ire will piove a liberal educa-
tion in tlie htest piiasea uf the beautiful in
( silverware and Jewelry in art.
LOVE & JONSOM.
t "Thoro aro others."
GLOBE
LUMBER GO.
A. B rojanovich. Prop
AGENT FOR
California
Portland
Cement
N. A. S. K.
Arizona Association No. 1, National
Association of Stationary Engineers,
meets ewrv Thursday wnlnt; at "M ,
o'clock, in Parker's hall.
r. T. W. CuitL, Prcs. '
W. JI. lli:i.M, Scctv.
Sash arjcl Poors
Ollloo nn(f Yard on Broiicl Streot
GLOBE ARIZONA
Globe Sampling Works
WESTMGYER & ANDRUS, Proprietors
I Every Article Reucetj to tlie Lowest Notch at
RfSILL WILLIAMS I
DUAI.I.K IN
General Mercliaiidise
Groceries, Dry Goods, Cents Furnishing
Goods, Boots and. Siiocs of all grades,
A new and select line of Hardware,
Hay, Grain, Fiour and Wood
Country Pioduce taken in exchange for Merchandise.) For Cash I
allow no one to undersell me. When Credit is Rlvifn Hills
iiiusi, ne H-meu moniniy or urcuit will suip
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store Near O. D. Smelter. NORTH GLOBE-:, A. T
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CALIFORNIIA
....Saloon....
BRESLiN & WHELAN, Props.
Fine Irish and Seoteh Whiskeys and cigars
PBIVATJ: CLUB JtOOM
BBO AD STBEET, Near' tho Bridge
Ores sampled in Lots
from
100 pounds to 100 tons
Assaying and Analytical Work In nil Its branches
GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES BOUQHT
P. O. BOX 128
QLOBE, ARIZONA
JOHN SZAKO
Architect and Constructor
FOR
BUILDINGS, TIMBERING OR FRAMING, BRIDGES. WATER
TANKS, MILLS, Etc.
Camentcr and Cabinet Work a snecialtv
Shop on Push Street. GLOBE, ARIZONA
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