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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 3 March 1888

IMLMmi n yr - i3i i - rffciwlimyiriH - - - - - nawmiMMitotiai MBWcmrBiiJHi s 1 - - - aii ii a r si t e At y I M riinMaMrtjyiiif ifcw aim it iwinmiMirfmiiiiiwmriiiw11 janiniii piwwwiiii wipwiii i WARIZOHA SILVER IBELT orpiciuirvvri or tati coivri Saturday March 3 1888 This country is gdoing well as a mineral producer During 1SSC the Unitcil States produced the ltnnisiiFo sum of 405000000 the largest min eral production recorded m any coun try Tlielaigest totiil for any pre vious year was -120000000 in 1885 The greatest elevation which has been attained by man is 37000 feet about seven miles- this height having been reached during a balloon ascent made by dUtjiiK olibove the earths surface physical exertion is found to bo almost impossible owing to the gieat tare faction of the stiiosnhero Jyew York City educates aboulthree hundred thousand children annually in one hundrod and thirty four school buildings covering an area of thirty five acres These buildings plicsd side Ly side would ...

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. — 10 March 1888

TN K AV r VOL X THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT ubllshtd esery Saturday mornlnyat Globe Gila County Arizona I1Y HACKNEY HAMILL KDItOM A1P lTufKUtt HLiiscniraiox hatkk One Yoar u SI 00 fix Month 2 00 Three Months 1 50 Advertlilns ICatca matin known on application 0FFIQIAL DIRECTORY Territorial Governor C Meyer Zulick Irrseott SecretaryJames A Bayard Pre cott Treasurer C N foster Prescott Superintendent o Public Instniction C M Stranss Auditor Audrews Prescott Supreme Court Jan H Wright Chief Justice Prescott Win Vi Porler Associate Tint ice lbaiiixiWj H Barnes Associate Jus tice Tucson If 5 District Attomey 0 T Eouse Tneson U S Martisl W K Meade Tneson Hun oyor G eneral Jehn 21 ise Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith Tombstone Judge of First Judicial District W II llarnex Judge of Second Judicial District William VV Porter Phcrnlx Jude of Third Judicial District Jos 21 jlVriaht Ulln County Judge of Disliict Court William Porter Clerk of District Court B ll Vox Judge ofrrolate K II Cook Sheriff...

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. — 10 March 1888

t T 5SS THEARIZDNA SILVER BELT nriiciiL rirjcu r cila coixtv Saturday March 10 1888 mi miiis TiKirr mil After struggle of almost throa luoutlislt Q Mills and his Democratic hoadjutors of ilia Ways and Means bommitteo have evolved u tariff bill and in the sweeping reductions which it contemplates the feais of tho West are fully realized In tlio framing of the bill tho policy laid down in President Clovolands message has been closely adheared to and it now remains to bo seen Wheth er or not iho Democrats in Congress will cofnhiit themselves to a policy so unpopular in States which it is neces sary should bo by every means con Ciliated if victory at tho polls in No vember next is hoped for It if hard ly possible however that represontd jttves from those States whose leading industries are menaced by t bo Hills bill will have the temeriiy to go coun ter to tho wishes of their cdnstituents fJhe bill provides that v6ol shall be placed oit the free list after the 1st of uly rioxt A largo n...

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. — 10 March 1888

t 1 IDMlMhMiMMHl The County Examiners met Monday for teachers examination butthero - - oeing no appucanis present me Jjoaiu adjourned sine die o We find of record in the County IJe corders office a bill of sale from W C Watkins J A Watkins and J B Watktns to E F Kellner for SCO head of cattle Friends of Mr and Mrs J M Wil wans and Mrs D I Wilmans regret their absence from Globe They now reside on the McMillen road near Chiomo Bntto Tho effect of the fine showers that have fallen recently are already ap parent in tbe rapid growth of vegeta tion The hills about Globe are put ting on a livery of green Uev D W Callee in a letter of re cent date from Ceres California in forms us that he is engaged in build ing a 1000 church at Turlock which occupies most of his time The Literary Entertainment at the Motliudistr Cliurch Tuesday evening will commence at 730 oolock Ifyou expect to get a good seat come early as nearly all the tickets arc sold up to date D G S Van Wagenen will havo an iron ro...

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. — 10 March 1888

i i jg v Vhearizqna silver belt OWICIAL rAlUK or gila COUNTY Saturday March 10 1888 What would the woild do without ico and lemons1 ks tho San Diepo llee What ordlomons and ico with out wlmkyV i England has achieved a decided vic tory over United States diplomats in vsfereuco to the settlement of tliocoim plications in regard to our Canadian iishevios Scciotary Bayard has signed tho treaty but it is doubtful if the Senate will acquiesce in the arrange ment Miss llinnie Fieuman of Myra Val ley Nobraska who saved fiom death br thirteen little pupil during tho lateblirzard by tying them together andtCOnducting them to a house three fjuartejsof a mils distant says sho has received a large number of com plimentary lotteis since the press told the story of her biavery and presence of mind Nino of these contained of fors of marriage This shews how inert admire couiagoous and rcouice fill traits in the other sex Various methods have btcn intro duced for tho accomplishment of noc turnal phot...

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. — 17 March 1888

x r I s A O J em VOL X MMKWtMUWUlM WW THE ARIZONA SILVER BEIT ullSAM srcry Saturdajaioralnist Slobe Gila- County iArizona BY haciots mmwu rrfM ast lMrMiWM tstllJSUniPjMOS KtYCSH One Year- 3d fix Jlontln 2 Three Months 1 r AiUrtlHluc Kates mii JthoiTn on triplication CE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Terrllorlnt DKrfiof G Mayer JJnlickyrreMWtt Jjcctary James A Bayard Iraseatt Treasurer C It f osUr lresutt SiipcrinnaiitfnE of Pawie Ittstrntiion C M Strans Auditor Andrew Vrtctt Supreme Court J as II Wrifltt Chief Justice IVaooU W Porter AMt Justice riiMuV H llarni AsnWatIu bice Tucson U S District Atterny 0 X Item Tucson U H lUtikti V K M4Tumi Suniror3iwiiItt1i Hi Delegate to Gonsrcw Mmm Smith Tumlstenv JutlSe of Ftmt Judical nhtrtt W II Iirnt Tuda of SeoufKl Jmlieia IUttit WlHtm V Tortcr Ilnsnlx Jwlcer Thiiti Judlotil Dtetrifr T II Wiiaht JIla romity f Dbtriet Otmrt UiUUm Iortw Clerk of DUtrkt Court It Fox Jtidgeof PrviUtr K II Cok Hheriil nrjfo K hhut Vailcr Sheriff Frank M Harainon PirtrUt Atto...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 17 March 1888

ESS a 3E J iJm jp wi m k b fiL I- H 1 j f h K 1- v I 11 l THE1AR1Z0NA SILVER -BELT tiyficivb iMviai ciii couvrv Saturday March 17 1888 Ilio striko now in progress on the Chicago Burlington anilfyiincy Rall load presents no new points of con test between capital anil labor If as the Brotherhood of Kngineors osscrt tho railroad company paid somo en fjiuqers less than othtrs for perform ing exactly the same service then thoy had cause for complaint and no one would deny thoin tho uso of every le gitimate means io exact from the C li Q Kaitroad more equable rate5of waes and their right to quit work is unquestioned One of the blessings enjoyed under the laws of tho United Slates is perfect freedom of action by tho individual so long as he does not in any way interfere with tho liberty or rights of others It is tho privilege of th employe to rofuso work whero the compensation is deemed inade quate out when he attempts to pre vent others from accepting work oithor by persuasion or threats ...

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. — 17 March 1888

mt - THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT omuiAij rirmt or uiijA Saturday March 17 1880 Enteral In tiie Tost Otfice at Globe m matter Ololje San Carlo Telegraph Co Office Hour 9 oclock A u to 12 M and to S r m Sundays 10 to 11 a si awl C to 7 r it ThU paper u lept an filo at K 0 Pakes Holmes has had a protracted attack of neuralgia from whieh he is still suffering In i A new lot of French oandies date oranges and Inmons just ieuived at Itamsdells Uakory George Ilancock lettnned from a visit to the Kedioan ranch in Sierra Anchas on Wednesday on U J McGinnis went to 1ayson Thursday of last week with tho viow of teaching school there Fresh fruitf finest oonfcclionery eggs butter and ehee ie at lowest pri ces at Mrs R Gills Tho lodge room of the 0 0 11 was newly papered and carpeted this woek and presents a handsome appearance The order continues to grow 2row goods were received by nearly all the Globe merchants this week and stores will present an attract appearance in consqnenoe ive ft 7 The deten...

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. — 17 March 1888

Mr Jw SJi I Ono of the saddest tilings about hu man nnturo is that a uwm may ftmdo othersiu th jiath of lifo without wlk lBfj in it himself tmt ho may bo a nloi and yot a castaway Auoii The enffngeiuBfte for iwsnagafwim Ireland whiali have already baen uido indioate that the emigration fiom that couhliip to the Onttqd States tin joav will bo larger tiian in any lecant year if nottorstr tfcnn aver lofose in tlrati timq V fancy statistician on tha Nou York Tiibuno has estimated tlmttheid are 5OlOO600 mou in Ameuca who gat sbayefl three times a weak That means an espandituro of 30 cents a wook or 1560 a year tor eaah man or for the SiOOOOOO 15000000 an nually iManitobaiu ate agitating sehauio to traiigyoit tiie wlijdb Kiulation of Iceland abont 75000 to that country Aether with their iiooke and hoids Trills would be a remarkable tfeedus There ha bn a steady How or Icelandic-emigration to Canada for tho lastfiften vsars Tho wealthiest Knigbt of Pythiag Lodge in Uia world is the Lire Oak...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 24 March 1888

---- f jeiMiliF - bbbbbbbbb1bbbbbbb1sbbbbH1 lyiMOH SLVEB BELL J JJ fl ebllshed etcry Saturday Eiorninjat vBlobe Gila County Arizona nsr BY ilMKEY HAMILL Esiroa am IRormiroRj A MWMlllITlOXllATr SSiOMSVonr SI 00 JllgMMontl 200 OThrce Mouth 1 50 4- jAdvertiituj Kates matin Unown on Bppllenioii I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Territorial Governor C Meer Zullck Prweolt Secretary James A liiyard Presoott -Treasurer C B foster Presold t of Public Instruction C Mi Straijss Ayditoc Andrews Fresoott rjuaifia Court Jas H Wright Chief Justice Fresoott Win W Porter Associate Justice FhonUWH liaracs Associate I us tic Tucson U 5 District Attorney 0 T House Tucson USHmla W K MsaSe Tne Suneyor General John IlUe Delegate to ConjreM Mftreue fcjinith ToniUtone Judco o First Judicial Iistrici AV H liarner Judge of Second Judicial Dutrict William V Porter Phojnix Judce of Third Judicial District las H la County JiitLjof District Court William Porter Terkuj Dhtriet Court B 0 Fox Sdeof tyvbate E H Cook lerjUifiwrgei...

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. — 24 March 1888

a sqsss i 4V wy1 vsmm vyiLir THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL IMrEIl OF UllCnit iTY Saturday March 24 1888 GOlOUiUOT AW TO TEISKITORICS Tho falo of tho bill reported lo the House by tho Committee on Territ6 rfes appropriating 30000 for the de velopment of tbo water resources of New Mexico and Arizona is of little concern to tbopoople of the two Tor ritories smcovtUe amount proposed to Wexpanded is wholly inadequate to oven a superficial exploration The bill contemplates a hydrograph io survey of both Territories for the purpose of ascertaining tbe practica bility -of storing water in reservoirs ahd in boring artesian wells on pub lic lands Would the sura remaining to the fund the cost of the sur veys is deducted be sufficient to sink one well in each of the two Territo ries ahd if any doubt existed otfthat scoie how should tbo momentous question as to which Territory was entitled to tho first well bo settlod Again n would seem that the pur pose of the bill was not so much to aid set...

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. — 24 March 1888

-- 4 7 ymw tg vpqv fv -- - LOCAL NEWS ttaMk staaMtuiti THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT -- ewioiATi rvpisii of iia oo Saturday March 24 1088 Xotmd in the Post Office atGloltf as 0 oncbclau matter Globe is San Carlos Telexraph Co Office Hours 9 oclock A u to 12 m and 7 to 8 r X 8uudys 10 to U A M and 6 to 7 r w Bu pPr kP on at C Dates Advirtulaf Agency 64 aud 03 Jlerchiuts baJuas Sin Krandtco Cal wliere con- i fr aelertins cn be tuada for it TOST OFFICE UUidES OAm ptn from 7 A M to 7 r daily sundaya on hour after mail arrives Stall closes KnK 1 and West at 7M A dally Money Order Department clcwea at 5 r daily Sundajs eceptetl Maila cro to San Carlo and Mnxey ery Mcoday Wednesday and 1riday to Oatala Arrntr Tonto le Taj aon o eyery Mon day These mails close the night previous at X ALON70 BAILKY P SI Dr T C Stallo is back from his ranch on Cherry creek n elogant line of Gents furnish ing goods at Mrs It Gills i A now stock of assorted merchan dise just received at Van Wagenens i P C Robertson c...

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. — 24 March 1888

taRlZDNA SIUVER1BELT v OFFlCIil PAIClt OF lilLA tULJiTa Saturday March 24 1888 Alabama olTois her compliments to the other thirty scweti stated with its debt provided for interest paid up and 100000 in the treasury Abdominal Massago has been suc cessfully applied by Dr II Sahli of Berne to tho euro of constipation Jlis patients aro recommended to roll a five pound cannon ball over tho ab donisu for five or ton minutes daily in tho Sau lraneisco frco library is one of tho most remarkable works ever given to tho world It is tho Lords Prayer in no less than 8M different dialects Tho work was rompilod by t Aracr and published in Vienna in 1844 i - Millions of jack abbits migrated from Oregon to Idahd during the re cant cold spell in tho far Northwest They crossed tho frozen waters of the Snake river in hordes and prcsontcd a wondorful spectacle to the people who taw them District court clerk Joblin appreci ates tho inconvenience that a removal of the papers in tho Grant county deputys h...

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. — 31 March 1888

VOL. X. GLOBE, ARIZONA, .SATURD4Y, .MARCH 34, 1888. . NO.. 52 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published erery Saturday niomingat Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- HAGEHEY & HAMILL, Editors asd PnorRirrOM SlinSCniPTIOX KATES: 'One ?ear : i oo guc Months 2 00 Three Months 'l 50 Advertising ltalfaJZttrr'iow, application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.. Territorial. jGovernor C. Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. , Treasurer C. B. foster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. Strauss. - Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court-Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: 'Wm. W. Porter. Associate J ustie'e, Phoenix;V. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice,, Tucson. .-tJ. ,S. District Attorney O. T. Eouse, Tucson. ' ' U. S. Marshal W". li' Meade. Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith, Tomhstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. Judge of Second Judicial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Judceof Third Judicial District Jas. II...

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. — 31 March 1888

CHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT official lurrat or cila coixtt. Saturday, March 31, 1888. 31IM.VG A BCSIXESS, XOtfA Si IXl LATIOX. It is undoubtedly true that more than one-half of tbo failures of min ing enterprises of the West have been due to the misconception and igno rance ot mining as a business upon the part of owners or stockholders controlling and directing the compa ny's operations. It seems a. hopeless task to attempt to eradicate from .the minds of Eastern people the false im pression which a majority of them have of mining for the precious met als. Gold and silver mines to them are very like' "Monte Cristo's cave, where untold -wealth is to be revealed Ty a little preliminary-work, the pay ment ot dividends is 'to Tiegin almost immediately, and the"p'rice of stock is kto take a skyrocket shoot that will, in a brief space of time, make tlie fortu nate possessor of a few hundred shares, whs went in on the ground floor, a .millionaire. They imagine that the .gold or silver, as the...

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. — 31 March 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF OIVX- CO. Saturday, March 31, 1888. Enterod in the Post Office at Globe, 03 second-class matter. Globe & San Carlos TelefrraDh Co. Office Hoars 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 jr. and 7 to 8 r. X. Sundays 10 to 11 A. M. and C to 7 p: M. This paper Is kept on file at E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency, W and G5 Merchants' Exehangs, San Francisco, Cal., where con tracts for advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE IHJ12S. Office open from 7 A. at. to 7 P. M., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives, ilail closes going East and West at 7:45 A. it., daily. Money Order Department closes nt 5 r. M., daily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Masey every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to Catalpa, Armer, Tonto, Eye, Tas-son, &c, every Mon day. These mails close the night previous at 9 p. M. AL0NZ0 BAILEY. P. M. LOCAL NEWS. The blustery days oHast week have given placs to more genial weather. ReylF.W. Downs will preach at MiartiilsunoTBflrni ...

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. — 31 March 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL IUPEK OF GILA COUXTY. Saturday, March 31, 1888. Consul Campbell, aCalifornian, whn Vepreseiife us at Auckland, has inves 'tigated ihe rabbit question, and re ports that New Zealand has spent 512,000,000 iu trying to get rid of the rabbit pest. ,, John J. Devme has effected the sale of Monarch and Hercules mines iu Cababi district, Pima county, to Chi cago parties for $50,000. A mill to tost SIOO.'OOO is to be erected on the property. Last year S103.000.000 in gold and silver were taken out of the moun tains of the West. In seventeen years the States and Territories west ef the Mississippi have produced 615,000, 000. The 25,000,000 invested in min ing machinery produced 32,000,000 last year. Ah Ki, the late. Senator Sharon's body servant, is now a resident of a Village twenty-live miles from Canton, where he erected 200 small lieuses, vithr "modern improvements," from the rent of which he is enabled to live in a bouse that is considered a palace there...

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. — 7 April 1888

V vC ipftaMMBfcfcJift Tim mjTIinallli iMjUllffMliii suCVBf3rQCftfiEhfcl VOL XL THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT ubllshl cry Saturday morning at Globe Gila County Arizona ftY EACCTUY HAMILL KDireis and tarauioaa s HliltKCIU PTION JIATKH cYoar Sl0o UK Months o o Three ilonths 150 At Srlisliij Itatos made knaiwioii tMvuUcrtlon PFFICIAL 0RECT0rli Territorial Governor C Meyer Zulic Precott Secretary James A Bayard Frcscott Treasurer C R lcter Irwoutt Superintendent of Public Instruction 31 Strauss Iutnire froaj qn to the rallroaj at WIIlcoi orer roodt and Norton A terrf Vmea route tor BHlmpaiMBn IX mllM rOBi Clobo to Qua OranJe erowuv Hie Dcvlb Oui oo and iouthln at Tim and Florence 90 iaili ItaaOabe toOanGnmla via nmer 90 mllea EleraUra aboic st Ire4 at Cfcbe 30o0 ftct LaUtade 33 dtrew j aloaUg ienjrltude 110 dc PTT S mluHtM lllirhestmacfamin Uuirrrtnrc Juljr llthUOdeg Ineat eiloimum twnperabue Jwi 10th 18 des ilen teapnanre 03 d fiCTaltiij tUrtetWn ot wind Southwest An oWwTaiion eisonllu oer sc...

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. — 7 April 1888

fok fciii iiiwniiwn THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL rtlKU OP UILt COIIXTV Saturday April 7 1888 IUOSElllTum THAT AIK HOWXLTtOVl 1 Eighty odd suits havo been entered in the numb of the President of the United States against citizens of tho thin judicial district of New Mexico Tor nu alleged infringement of tho limber law Virying in sums from SSoOOOO to 75 which has resulted in n distinctive and hearty cursing of the administration by liepublicaus as well n3 ftumocraU rim claim against tho LesinSky Bros is 350000 Tor timber cut for charcoal and other mining pur poses at and in tho vicinity of Clifton Roliert Black who ran a saw mill in tho Burro mountains is asked to pay to tho government 13500 liob says tho administration may obtain a judg ment but as ho is bunted ho is uow morally certain that ho will outwind tho decree and therefore tho U S District Attorney will havo tho satis faction of taking judgment by default Dan Uooiner another saw null man is sued for C925 The books ol Coo...

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. — 7 April 1888

sJKatmxnaxxatJu iitHtme ilLARIZOHA SILVER BELT OiFlVIVIi VAVlUt OK UUA CO Saturday April 7 1888 Entered in the Tost Ofico at Globe m matter Globe V San Carloj Telegraph Co OlUce Houm 9 o clock A w to 12 m ami 7 to 8 r m SuU3 10 to 11 a h ami 0 to 7 r m Cili paper h kept on lilc at 1 C Pakea Aihurtliiuy Aijencj Gl ami K Merchant llxchnge 8n FranoUco Cab where con for admtuing can be mado for It post ornoE rules Office open from 7 A Ji to P w daily Suudavs one honr after mall arrives Blail closes coins llast and West at 7 1 A M daily Money Order Deprtinent closes at 6 r i daily Sunday s excepted Mail ko to Sati Carlo and Max eyetery Monday Wednesday and Kiiday to Catalpa Amur Tonto IVie rixon c every Mon day These mail close the night previous at 0 r ii ALONZO HAIIUV 1 M LOCAL NEWS Dr Davis of San Carlo3 is hero ki - A J F Salter lias had the jjood for hino to be appointed with George Heath Indian trader at Kort Apache The weather during the past week has been delightful The temperatu...

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