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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 28 January 1888

HIE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL rAPEU OF GILA COCXTY. Saturday, January 28, 1888. A roan need not be very old to re member tbe exciting and important contest for Speaker of the House in 1855-1856, wlien Gen. Danks was elected to that position on the 103d ballot; but it seems to belong to an elher age when we consider the histo ry that has since been made. The celebration of the event in Washing ton on the 2d of next month, with Gen. Banks presiding, will afford an excellent opportunity for oratorical retmniscenceSjpmparison and felici tation. By tffiaferay, we believe there Is only one man now in Congress Senator Sherman who was a mem ber of that body when the struggle iu question occurred. Globe-Democrat. The completion of the Mexican In ternational Eailway from Eagle Pass to a junction with the Mexican Cen tral at Lerdo, in.the State of Durango, -frill be a serious blow to the Mexican Central and Atohigon,' Topeka and ijan'ta Fe roads. The distance from El Paso to Lerdo is 514 mi...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 4 February 1888

-Jr VOL. X, GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1888 NQ:r44 rn d ., m T'--Tni f in THE ARIZONA SILVER BEIT. published every Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona -BY- HACEMY & HAMILL, EDITORS ASD PaorRISTOOS SUSSCKIPTIOX KATES: fane Tear 4 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Mouths l 50 Advertising Kates n3d-fc0W3ros4-' "--sHtnsauen, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor C. Meyer Zrdick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. ," Treasurer C. B. foster, Prescott. . Superintendent of Public Instniction. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Trescott. C. Supre?n3 Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Fjeifcotfc Wm. W. Porter. Associate Justice, Pfioenix-V.. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, 'fucsoa. TJ. S. District attorney O. T. House, Tucson. i V. 8. Marshal W. K. Meale, Tccsoh. flcrveyor General John Hfe'e;."'' V. S. Internal Revenue OoTlKjKr-pJ'. J. Deine, Tucson. Delegate to Congress -Marcus Sinith, Tomhstctne. Judge of First Judicial District W. SI. -Barnes. 3 udge of Second 3 u...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 4 February 1888

f HE ARIZONA SILVER BELT! OFHCI.II. PAPER of'gila coijxtt. Saturday, February 4, 1888. Lnene nas-oeen a lau ot red snow near Peking, China. The Tombstone Prospector is now inder the supervision of S. G. Hagfj, J. J.Nash having retired. We learn that the orange crop of Southern California has been very ma terially damaged, if not absolutely killed, by extreme cold weather. The Orovni Prince of Germany is said to be improving rapidly, and that lie will be permanently cured of his throat disease. His father, however, is breaking down under many 3'earsi and may at any time drop off without warning. A Los Angeles newspaper reporter wormed a confession from a man named Auschlagt, who murdered Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock, Jan. 24th, neat Santa AuavCahfornia. He alleged his reason fo "taking their lives was to obtain possession of a deed without paying for the property. He dis patched his victims-with a hatchet. The painful record of death and dis aster occasioned by the furious storm fn Dakota,...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 4 February 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL IAFKU OF OliA. CO. Saturday, February 4, 1888. Entewd in the Post Office at Globe, as sec- Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office .Hours 9 o clock a. M. to 12 m. and 7 to S P. M. Sundays 10 to 11 a. m. and G to 7 P. jr. Tfcii paper is kept on file at E. C. Date's Advertisiu" Agency. G4 and C3 Merchants' Exchange, San Prancisco, Cal., where con tract for advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Office open frem 7 A. M. to 7 p. sr., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes going JEast and West at 7:45 A. It., daily. Money Order Department closes at 5 P. M., daily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos andtfaxey every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to Catalpa, Armer, Tonto, Rye, PayaonJ Sc., eyery Mon day. These mails close the night previous at 9 p. a. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LTD CAL NEWS. Cottonwoods are in leaf. Eresh bread; rplltTcalfe, pflSsfovSt? BarasdeH's Bafcerv. j - -Ht 'i . An-eloganUfhe Jfif, eent'sifj iug gpogsfa...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 4 February 1888

HE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL IMPEIi OF GILA COEXTV. Saturday, February 4, 1888. Theassignee's defalcation m the case of Archbishop Purcell is officially Stated at $395,000. ; i r- . Kansas has a new pbstoffice named Zero. The name would apply to the Tvrhole State gust now. Th'e, appointment of Archbishop WillTams of Boston to bo Cardinal, de pends.only bn himself. TheHInited States has one impris oned convict to every 930 inhabitants, far in'all, about sixty-five thousand. A Lisbon, N. H., shoe peg manufac turer found sale in Germany for the entire production of this year of his factory &.000 bushels. Duringihis term. as chief of the pen sion buram, General Black has in creased, by 300, the number of pen sioners in-'Vcrmilion county, Illinois, his home. Never try to make a preacher out of & man who'has a hollow in the top of His head where there should be a small siz.d hill, because he would never suc ceed as such. Vanderbilt, it is said, has bought Ihe estate of an Engli...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 February 1888

i'ublished every Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, Ebitol asd I'uorsross 00 Advertising Kates made known on application. IWIIMH ! llfMiMIHM I .1 OFFICIVL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor C. Meyer Zuliclc, Prescott. Secretary James A.Bayard, Prescoit. Treasurer C. B. foster, Prescott. " Superintendent of Public Instruction 0. M. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate justice, PhconixjW. II. Bames, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney O. -T. House, Tucson. V. B. Marshal W. K. Sfeade. Taraon. Surveyor General John Hise. V. S. Internal lievenue Collector J. J. Devine, Tucson. Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith,' Tomlistone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H; Barnes. Judge of Second J udicial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Judseof Third Judicial District Jas. H. Wright. Jila Comity. Judge of District Court William Porter. Clerk of District Court B. G. l?ox. Judge of rrohate...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 February 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL PAPEU OF GILA COl'XTY. Saturday, February 11, 1888. Th'e Alantic & Pacific railroad is having twenty-five locomotives built, which are greatly needed by reason of the increased traffic over tho road. The Housta committee on Mines and Mining has agreed to report favorably the bill providing for the investiga tion ojiiiP mining debris question in tbMHvf California. An exchange fip-ures that the aver age shrinkage ef a Texas steer en route to Chicago is 100 pounds, and that this amounts in a year to between 45,000 and 50,000 head of cattle. The 14th- of February, St. 1" t mi i rnr th nnr n UhniliP oei oetore anotuer issue ot imWdelt, therefore, make the timely suggestion; to be prepared for the hour that love builds homes in lairy spots, 'neath azure skies of bliss. The society ladies of Washington, D. C, dote on Mr. Laeng Shung, of the Chinese Legation, and it is said he generally gets the lion's share of favors at the germans. He is a mem ber ot s...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 February 1888

"--ivinrirrni--riT-'i-riiii-Mj tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT ofrictAi PArnii or mix colwty. Saturday, February 13, 1888. The 1000-foot tower in conneclkn with the French Exhibition of 1889, and known by the name of the design er and constructor as Eiffel's tower, has now reached the height of 179 feet. The four arches of the base are now joined, and the great platform for the rooms of the first stage is about to be tdnstructed, so that the work has passed the most laboiious stage. Most of the construction will now proceed from the interior. Senator Fair recently' attended a Catholic fair in San Francisco, and asked the price of some rosebuds at the flower-stands. Belore the young lady iniattendance had time to reply an older one came forward and an swered: "Five hundred dollars, Sir. Fair." The senator instantly drewa ms cnecK ioi tne money ana passed it over without a look of surprise or an noyance. The woman who took his check was his divorced wife. A novel measure Dy which it is hoped ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 February 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL I'APKIt OF GUA CO. Saturday, February 11, 1888. Enternd in the Post OEca at Globe, as sec-fcnd-claia matter. Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Hourt 9 o'clock A. it. to 12 it. and 7 to 8 P, It. Sundays 10 to 11 A. Jl. and 0 to 7 P. M. This paper Is kept on file at E. C. Date's Xdrtrttsing Agency. 64 and 63 Merchants' Eniaasu, San Francisco, Cal.f where con- i for advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Qfflea open from 7 A. m. to 7 P. if., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes going East and West at 7:45 A. M., daily. Money Order Department closes at 5 P. M daily Sundays excepted. ilails go to San Carlos and ilaxey every Mcndaywednesday and Friday to Catalpa, Amer-Tonto, Rye, Payson, &c., every Mon day. These mails close the night previous at 5 p. M. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. -"TrKsfrnifctf Oranges, lemons, apples, candies, nuts, etc., for sale at J. C. Ramsdell's. Mr. L. C. Lewis, of New York, is in Globe, in t...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 18 February 1888

Silver fa H J J.Jf-,,jl jl - 1 M ,. M . 1 GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1888. VOL. X. NO. 46 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. iublished every Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- HACKNEY & HAME&L, Echoes and 1'EOrRlETOBs SCBSCU1PTIOX KATES: One Year...; $i 00 Sis Months 2 00 Throe 2Ionttis!I."II Ad.Yortl.sIn Rates made linoun i Application. OFFICIAL DIBJCTORY. Territorial. Governor C. Myer Zulick, Presoott. Secretary Jnp'es A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer G B. Foster, Prescott. Superintennt of Public Instraction C. M. Straus v Auditoi Andrews, Prescott. ." Suprraie Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate J usiice, PhoenixjW. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tiet Tucson. . V. S. District Attorney O. T. Rouse, Tucson. V. S. Marshal Wl K. Meade, Tucson. Surveyor General, John His.e. TJ. S. Internal Revenue Collector J. "J. Devine, Tucson. Delegate to ConzrcK Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes, Judge of Sec...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 18 February 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT orrici.lL F.irci: f :il v coc.yty. Saturday, February 18, 1888. Copper is quoted at 1G.-I0c. Tork. in New Seven murderers in tbe Indian Ter ritory were sentenced to bang April 27th. Wages of miners at Bradford, Ida ho, have been reduced from 3.50 to 0 per day. Tbe Gallup Register says that NaV' ajo sheep died by the hundreds during -the recent cold weather. The question of "What shall be done with our Code? will bo for the consideration of the nxt Legislature. Tbe Anaconda Copper Company will -replace their old stamps with steam stomps, wbick are coming largely into user Frank te'noir, a miner, fellseventy fivo feet in the' Naiad Queen mine, Georgetown, N. Si., and was instantly killed. Does not "sun kissed land" smack oi the musty chestnut? We think it does, and, therefore, ring the bell on those who use it orally or in print. Will some one inform us of the number of volumes of the statutes dis posed of by the Secretary? "We know -that they are not in reques...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 18 February 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER LT. ' J JV" : W : oyvicixtxpna or 'isg&a. co. Saturday, Feuaryipjl!S8v "Entered in the Post on:l-class mutter. Globe & San Carlos TeleRraph Co. Hcrar 9 o'clock a. v. to 12 m. and 7 1 Jf . Sundays 1 .) to 11 a. M. and C to 7 iKuxiuj-LLu,ra-? MimiaM.il XfiU pitper is kept on file at K. C Advertising Agency, (M and 03 Uerotoinf Exchange, Sau Vineion, tL, vhie 4. l . . 1 si. - iv5 wr JKivfitMuic can De mane iup-vw , 0f3ce open from 7 a. :i. to 7 p. J. (faHjit Sundays one hour alter mail arri tC fclail closer going Kht and Wst afe 7&A M.. daily. Money Order Depu- tnint closes at' 6. M., daily Mimlavs excrpuid. ' 'aila co to 8n Carlos and MaxecnS lion Y,Vedn-sday and i'ridav to GatBlift, Arm,-. TonUi. Rve, Paj-.m, &o., every Mgt day. lese feiaitg clo the night previous at r. st. ALON550 BAILEY, T. M. Wagenon's. Frank Cline, of TotflojVas in town on Thursday. Fresh bread, rolls, cake, pies, &c, at Ramsdell's Pafcery. A good many commercial drummers vi...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 18 February 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER B f fg QQgS ! KWttTXr 7tO ipSSt" iTSlSSSS t Saturday, February 18, 1888. San Francisco is making a strong bid for the National Democratic Nom inating Convention, and some Eastern Democrats favor it believing tbe se lection would be wise from a political point of view. As an aid to the general diffusion of knowledge? Texas has 35,000,000 acres of public school lands and nearly $5,000,000 school fund in cash and bonds. Its State and county school lands and university and asylum lands are worth about $150,000,000. El Paso Tribune. The Florence Enterprise reports the pranization, in St. Lsuis, of the ueen of Sheba Mining Company, rViro mlrto nrlinins t.hfiTamnns Vekol. caLeuTETthe same ledgei - Tfie officers' are prominent business men of St. Louis. " ifore iihanimityuith in the future, fewer talented liars, fewer men who know it all, more faith in one anoth er's honesty, fewer who are playing to get even, a public place for growlers to soak their heads, and a spittin...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 25 February 1888

The lilT TP VOL. X. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. NO. 47 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. ubliahed erery Saturday moTningat Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -nr- SACOEY & HAMILL, Editors axd l'Korcirrou si'Bscmraos bates : ne Your. S4 00 Six Months 2 00 Tkree Mouths 1 50 Advertising Kates made known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. (fiVamor C. Meyer Znlick, Prescott. Secrefary JSmes A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. Poster, Prescott. Superintendent Public Instruction C. v J J Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. II. Wrfaht, Chiif Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate Justice, PticenisjW. H. Barnes, Associatb Jus tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney O. T. House, Tucson. U S. Marshal-W. K. Meade, Tucsan. , Surveyor General .John Hise. V. S. Internal Eevenue Collector J. J. Dcv ine, Tucson. Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. II. Barnes. Judge of Second Judicial District William W. Porter, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 25 February 1888

Mi ii i THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL r.lI'KR OF iILA COL'ATl. Saturday, February 25, 1888. PEKXICIOIS IKGISLATiO.Y. We aro in receipt of a communica tion from Congressman J. Wheeler calling attention to a bill prepared by a sub-committee on Public Lands, con sisting of Messrs. Holman, of Indiana; Stone, of Missouri; Payson, of Illinois, and submitted to tbe wholo commit tee, which proposes to make extreme changes in the laws Governing the disposal and occupation of the public lands. It provides that all public lands chiefly valuable for deposits of coal, iron, or other minerals, shall be disposed of at not less than ten dollars per acre. It also provides that public lands chiefly valuable for timber, shall not be sold, but the timber thereon shall bo appraised and sold at not less than the appraised value, but not less than ten dollars per acre. Mr. Wheeler says: "Feeling con vinced that the proposed legislation would take all the public mineral and timber lands in the South (an...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 25 February 1888

U SILVER BELT. PFFIClAIi P-VerH its' GlltX CO. Saturday, February 25, 1888.. Enteral! in the Post OSica at Globe, as sec ond-class matter. Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Hours 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 N. and 7 to 8 1'. M. Sundays 10 to 11 A. M. and G to 7 r. M. T3ii paper is kept on file at K. C. Pake's Advertising Agency, G4 and 03 Merchants' Kxchange, San Francisco, Cal., where con fpacia far advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Office open from 7 A. M. to 7 P. Jf., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. &Iail closes going East and West at 7:43 A u.. dally. Money Order Department closes at 5 r. M., daily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to Catalpa, Armsr, Tonto, Rye, Payson, &c, every Jlon- day. y. These mails close the nielit previous at 9r. jr. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. An elegant line of Gent's furnish- ing goods at Mrs. K. Gill's. W. A. Holmes was appointed Ad ministrator of the es...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 25 February 1888

1"HE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFI ICIAL lMI'KK OF K1LA COl'STT. Saturday, Februaiy 25, 1888. Ashes from the volcano of Cotopaxi, which fell at a distance of 120 miles irom tho mountain, were found by analysis to consist of quaitz. feldspar, maqualite and specular iron ore. Sil ver was present at the rate of 200 grains per ton; A woman who died on Monday, January 16th, while quite alone in her mansion at Westchester, Penn., was worth $S00.O0O, yet she was so haunted by fears of the poorhouse that she slept in an iron cot because she did not want to disturb the elegant appointments of her bed-chamber. According to native journals, Japan can boast of a phenomenal giantess. Though only twelve years and five months of age, she is said to stand eight feet high and to weigh over two hundred and seventy pounds; her hands measure over nine inches in length, and her feet fifteen inches. It has been discovered that the Ran dall faction numbers about thirty members. This means that the Mills tariff ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 3 March 1888

I J IBHHF - - v - SHmPST V -V - U tJVa JJ rA - WS V uril iaaajnaMregarnMjnniB fa VOL X THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT uMitbed eycry SUtumy morning at Globe Gila County Arizona ny HA0KNEY IIAMILL EtlTOU Ata Itwuiroa suiJscniiTiosr jivrrs One Year 1 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Months 1 60 Atlvortialns JtnteH lniitin Known on rvppUettton I I I II IIILI II 1- I OFFICIAL DinECTORY Territorial Goretnof C Meyer ZullcV rrccott Secretary Jam en A Hayard lrwcott Treasurer C R footer Prcott flunerintendent of Public Ii atruction C M Strauss Auditor ndreua Imeott Supreme Court Ju II Wright Chief Jiutiw lrwontt Win W 1otter Associate Justice Phoenix W II llaruea Aisuciata Jus tice Tucson U S Dlstriet Attomey O T liousc Tucson V B iIrU K Meade Tuewq Survfcj r General John llite iJelegnte to Cunsres Smith Tombstone luilg of First Judicial District AV II Barnc Jud of Second ludicialUiitriet William Vf Tortcr PIkmmx Judco of Third Judicial DUtrict Tas H Wright Jila County Jndc of Diitriot Court William Porter...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 3 March 1888

UieaF fHEARIZONA SILVER BELT official rvrcu or fiiiacotSTY Saturday March3 1888 TniTiTiiui mii It is reported that Hill Randal Cochran and other lending Democrats are in league- for the purpose of de feating the nomination of Cloveland Their plan is to work up delegations from Now York Now ilersay and Connecticut specially and Trom all other States where an oppor tunity is presented They think with strong opposition from he tin ee States named ClevelahQ can not bo renom inated especially as it requires a two thirds voIts to nominate That rule became a part of the Dem ocratic creed in 1836 and has been adhered to by every Democratic Na tional Convention since thatdato and therefore is not likely to bo revoked y any forco that Cleveland can com mand Tho effect of that rule was ap parent and resulted in tho dqfeat of Martin Van ilnvenj nomination as it was intended it should do He en tered the convention with a clear ma jority ol twenty and would have been the nominee instead of James ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 3 March 1888

UfIMClAIi rAPKIt OF HILiA CO Saturday March 3 1808 EntrJ in the lt Officii at UIoIm na matter Globe San Carlos Trltgraph Co Office Uour 9 oclock A M to 12 M and 7 to S r M 8und 10 toll a W antic to 7 r u JHBwiowMMBWKmMWMiamMMacwagcjLMBMiJW This payor U kept on file nt C Pakes Advertising Agency 01 and 03 Merchants Kssiuuife San Francisco Ca where con tractu for Advertising can be made for it POST OFFICE RUZS Office open from 7 A if to 7 r jr daily Sund one hour after mail arrit en Mill closes coing Host and Wert at 7rt5 J U daily Money Order Department closes at 5 r M dally Sundajs excepted Mails go to San Carlo and ilaxey every Monday Wednesday arid Friday to Oattliw He litn c every Mon day These mails close the night previous at ttu nrrvr r Patented Wngcnens V ALOXKO UAIIjEY 1 LOCAL NEWS riveted overalls at Van Barley and alfalfa at Paseoo Sta bles 50 cents a day A danco wai ghen at Wheat fields on Thursday night winch was well attended Hev P AV Downs will preach at Miami school h...

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