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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 7 April 1888

t r Tt w watwvfV kill inii ii it i - THEARIZONA SILVER BELT OF1 ICI al lUIKU OV CiIL1 roiVTYt - Saturday April 7 1888 Tho JominlUee on Uivers and Ilar bors has ueared a bill appropriating 19 1327SG It is tho largest bill of the kind ovor brought in As a curious coincidence it is noted that Kaiser Williams ago at his death was just equal to tho combined ages of his tin oe living heirs sou grand son and great grandson An old law is extant in Virginia Which imposes a fino of fifty pounds of tobacco on u man if ho absents himself from church for ono month without a valid oicuse Richmond Whig m Editors as a rule arc kind hearted and liberal An exchango tells of a subscriber who died and left fourteen years subsciiption unpaid The edi tor appeared at the grave when the lid was screwed down for the last thnc and put in a linen duster a thar mometor a palm leaf fan and a cipo for making artificial icu Ex The French have dovised a process for the extraction of aluminum tho metal which from i...

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. — 14 April 1888

BWTHP-JUJJLJX. 1 LI Lr JL JQJli GLOBE, ARIZONA, SAftDAY, APRIL 44 i888. VOL. XI ,NO. 2 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published erery Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- HACK1TEY & HAMIXfL, Ediiom axd PnorRirroEs BUIISCIIIPTIOX KATES: t One Year .4 sijjo 3WrrW15. ; .yA 00 'eoM0nths- .rrT. 1-50 ffAdtrSlv E"a ema"ile Jai oifn'b u OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Gdvemor C. Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary J am es A. Bayard, Prescott. treasurer C. B. E oetoij'Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. 21. Strauss. Auditor Andrew, Prescott. ; Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Cfiie Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate J ustice, PhoenixjW. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney O. T. Bouse, Tucson. V. S. Marshal-W. K. Meade. Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate to Consress -JIarcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. Judge of Second Judicial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Judceof Third Judicial ...

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. — 14 April 1888

j"T.r."nri?t.'i THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT ornti.vi. impeu of gila coextt. Saturday, April 14, 1888. THE KOXD I'LUtlHSU HILL .VXD BfccU AMfcXDME.Vr. The Bond purchase bill recently passed by the House, and also by the Senate with the Beck amendment at tached, is a substitute for the bill of 1882, authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to expend the surplus that had accumulated in the National Treasury, in the purchase of U. S. bonds, the validity of which bill (that jof 1882) has been questioned because was attached to the general appro priation bill of that year. The new bill is ef importance to tlie West chiefly by reason of the Beck amendment which authorizes -and di rects the Secretary of the Treasury to TruTchasa at the market price an amount of silver bullion equal to the flircblation surrendered by the Na tional' banks, the same to be coined in to standard dollars, this being in addi tion ta tiie amount of silver bullion that "official is authorized ta purchase 'Vtnder the pr...

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. — 14 April 1888

-jfoirtflbg TnEifriir-'-i'" Mum i iiu n i THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPKIl OF GIIiA CO. Statical ami I.Kcrary Entertainment, nttrc Kink, Thui-Mlay r.Tcnlns, Auril I9tb, IS8S. Saturday, April 14, 1888. Enterd in the Post Office at Globe, a3 sec- "nu-uiusa matter. PART I. 1. Ovem-cee Miss Oates. Messrs. Aeschlimann and Hitchcock. AS5ESS31EXT WOKR eU JUNES. Having been requested to state the requirements of the statute expressed in the term "S100 worth of annual labor" relating to the holding of rain mg claims, we have have to say that the District Court of this Judicial Dis mnr TEK53KFOK Condensed tronf "SHvl Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Hours 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M. and 7 to 8 p. . Bundays 10 to 11 a. m. and C to 7 P. M. 2. Essay Our School Miss Hannah J. trict recently, ruled that twenty-five turner. days lal)0ri besides the timber, pow 3. 'Dcet Starlight Mrs. W. Murphy der and other material used, is ncces Thij paper tj kept on file at K. C. Dake's Advertisi...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 14 April 1888

HE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL PiPEK OF GILA COl'XTT. Saturday, April 14, 1888. The U. S. Supreme Court has re fused a rehearing in tha Maxwell case. During the month of January more than twice as many cattle were slaugh tered in the packing houses of thejcity than were slaughtered in January, 18S7. It is, perhaps, not generally known that a large ruby is f more yalue than a large dia'morid. Experts now value i. perfect ruby of five carats as being len times more valuable than a dia mond of the same weight. In Breslau, a chimney 54 feet in height, has been constructed entirely bf solid blocks of paper joined with a ' special cement. The chimney is non inflammable, and by natnre of tha ma terial quite secure from lightning. A six-stack smelter, with a capacity ol 300 tons of ore daily, and to cost 600,000, is to be erected at Pueblo, Golo. With the erection of this smel ter, Pueblo will have twenty-five stacks, with a daily capacity for treat ing 1200 tons of ore. A Virginia farmer ...

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. — 21 April 1888

vol. 5t4t GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATU-RB; APRIL 2d, 1888' N.O. 3 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. published every Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- Eoitoes axb Vr-orsticroits rAdTgrtXstnslRatcgtdel known on uppll eat lonf S"J" " OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. " (Jorernor C. Jleyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer 0. B. Foster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public 'Instruction O. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. - Eupme UOutt-Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice, Pres'coUi iVjn. W. Porter. Associate J ustice, Phcenix;VV. H. ll'arhea, Associate Jus ice, Tucson. u- S. District Attorney 0. T. Bouse, locson, V. S. Marakal-W. K. Mea'le, Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate, to Congress .Jlarcus Smith, Xorabstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. Barnes. II. Judge of Second J udicial District William W. Porter, Phrenix. Judr;eof Third Judicial District Jas. H. "Wright. JIIa County. Judge of District Court William Porter. Clerk of District Court B. G. Fox....

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 21 April 1888

I 3 rHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICII! PAPEK OF GILA COUXTT. Saturday, April 21, 1888. Silver 92g. fluctuations in copper havo' teen very slight. The latest 'quotation is 16Jc. Vol. 1, No. 1,-rJl the Winslow News, edited bj E. '. Sooth, is to hand. We wish it snccgss. . Extreme heat and an earthquake 8bock were experienced in Southern ' California on the 12th inst, AtTios Angeles the thermometer registered 99 degrees; The great commoner, Ilofcos Conk ljng, is growing . weakor, and at last New York dates, was lying in a stupor. His physicians have-almost given up hopes of his-recoxrT. The pepolanty :of Prohibition in 3aSS2inawne. present law TyiUteveotually be -superseded by a high license enactment . Puffed up by recent evidences of his popularity General Boulanger, it is said, has his eye on the Presidency of the Republic of France, and it is not improbable that his ambition may be realized. We are pleased to note that that staunch old Democrat and man of brains, Pat Hamilton, will o...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 21 April 1888

fHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OmOIAL PAPER OF U1LA CO. Saturday, April 21, 1888: Entered in the Post Office at Globe, aa eto-imd-clus Witter. Glob St San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Botirt 8.o'cloc1c A. u. to 12 m. and 7 to 8 P. K. Sundays 10 to 11 A. M. and G to 7 P. M Thi paper It kept on file at E. C. Bake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Kxeh&nge, Sa Francisco, Cal., where con trasts or advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Offioe ien from 7 a. m. to 7 p. ir., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mall closes going East and Weit at 7K5 A. x.. dally. Money Order Department closes at 5 r. Mdaily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to Catalpa, Armer, Tonto, Rye, Payson, &c., every Mon day. These mails close the night previous at . K. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. r i nam . n bi. .and alfalfa at "scoe ou its aoayj.. W. M. Griffith, of Dripping Springs, was here the present week. An elegant line of G...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 21 April 1888

.THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL rAPEU OF UILA COUXTV. Saturday, April 21, 1888. Of the 6,000 saloons in Philadelphia it is generally believed that under the High License Law all but 1200 will be closed. European specialists have made the curious observation that acute rheu matism is more prevalent in dry than in rainy weather. The strikers on the "Q" system were paid by the Brotherhood at the rate 'pfv69 par month for Engineers and $40 for firemen. After this month, it is said, engineers will get 100 and firemen $60. Senator Mitchell introduceda reso lution in the Senate for the appoint ment of a special committee of seven Senators to investigate and report upon Indian depredation claims. The resolution was not acted upon. Mrs. Ida Hoosted, of Smithport, Mcj Kean county, Pa., who is about 38 years of age, was recently married to hor fourteenth husband. All her ior- erSjasoands ace living, ama are on good terms with her. Btv chief at traction is her JanaAfike form. Ihre'tamiliar ex...

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. — 28 April 1888

, . , .... -.. . l LVER 4-v. VOL. XI GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. - 4 - a- mm - l:i m--1& m THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. J'QbllsheJ every Saturday raornlnj at . Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- HA0KHBY & HAMIIL, EstTOXS AST) 1'iOPSIIIOEj EBSCUIPTIOJf SATES : One Tear s 00 gjxMonths ... &. 2 00 Three Months. ..:V...vii.i.r..s-,..;.. 1 50, Advertising Xtates uiftde known on application. f I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. - f " - - Territorial. -QoTtniOT-G. MeyfcfZulIck, Preseott. SeereUryWitnes A.'&yard, Preseott. Treasurer fj. BVpgteiPrescott. i Superintciidint ;M?ub!ic - Instruction C. JI. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Preseott. Supreme Gourt Js. H. ' Wright, Chief Justice. Preseott: 'Wm. 77. Porter. Associate J ustice, Phoenix;W. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson, X S. District- Attorney-iO. .T. Eouse, Tucsois. C. 8. MrelatV. ifceiia'cTaaon. f-hrveyor GeneraMTohn Hise. .Delegate to Corrress -Marcus Smith, Tombstone. ' Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes, ' ...

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. — 28 April 1888

nnrr1- fHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL PAPKIt OF CILA COEXTT. Saturday, April 28, 1888. Gen. George Crook has been as signed to tbe department of the Mis souri. Republican delegates to the Chica go Contention: Eggers, of Yavapai, End Dr. .Goodrich, of Maricopa; alter nates, P. Williams, of Mojave, and G. Christ, of Pima. Vto have seen niehtion.in the Pres cott Courier that General Crook is now on top. When Geronimo was in Arizona, Crook was under and Gero nimo oh top. Thereljs a postoffice for every 1000 people in this country, and if the cost of the whole postal service were etftml fv distributed to everv mih." woman and chiitiil would be just 87 cents "per head per annum. . ... The tariff discussion is expected tb 'consume nearlv all the CMftaindpr of tbs.praAnt aeswrn'of Gongr.ssf nnl it idoAfbtfin even if a vote is reached in the House, where 100 members have already given notice of their intention to air their views on tbe much mooted question of tariff reform. At the last ter...

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. — 28 April 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF GILA CO. Saturday, April-28, 1888. - Xntrd in the Post Office at Globe, as sec -cod-clus matter. . Globe San Carlos Telegraph Co". 0f6e Honrs 9 o'clock A. IT. to 12 M. and.to. 6 P. jl ounuara xv w il a. u. ana o VJAt x. 7JtU paper Is kept on file at K. C. Date's AjirtrtUinr Agency. 64 and 65 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where con- tacts for advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE RtTlXa. Office open from 7 a. a. to 7 p. is., daily. Bundays one hour after mail arrives. - mail closes eointrx.ast and West at- JAo A. dally. Money Order Department loses at 6 r. H-datly anndays excepted. Mills 'co to San Carlos and Maxey every Olonday, Wednesday and X nday to Uatalpa, "Anner, Tonto, Eve, Pavoon. &c every Mon day. These malls close the nieht nrevious at naus close tne night previous i ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. 1 . ir lTnV7l LOCAL NEWS. Patented riveted overalls at Tan IrTagepen's. . ' , , . ;. fi, 9r ycnnedjr returned from Pinal on...

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. — 28 April 1888

tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT official lupna or ciia coijxty. Saturday, April 28, 1888. The Chinese pheasants have greatly multiplied in Oregon. They are a "fine tcaine bird of beautiful plumage. The New York State Assembly has passed the bill providing for tho exe cution of the death penalty by means of electricity. The bill prohibits news papers from publishing details of exe cutions. The American consul at Gothen burg, Sweden, says that migration agents estimate that a larger number of emigrants than ever recorded in any previous years will leave Scandi navia for the United States during the coming spring and summer. It is found by State Engineer Sweet that Goat island is being worn away fyr Niagara Falls. A distance of 2000 feet of the shore of the island is in 'danger. An expensive bulkhead must be builhto curb the Niagara and pre vent tb island from going to pieces in the current. TheFrcnch authorities are attempt ing towhake use of earrier pigeons for conveying information from war...

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. — 5 May 1888

4, Fin GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888. VOL. XI: N.Q- 5 JtlJli H S A & A i . THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. -'ubllshed every Saturday mornlnsat filfl&e, Gila County, Arizona, HACKNEY & HAMILL, EWTCIS Xro l'SOMUITOKS. SimsCRIPTIOX RATES: One Yoar S4 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Months k v.. 150 Advertising- Hates made Jmom on OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Governor C Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. Foster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction O. M. Strauss. Auditc Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. II. "Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Win. W. Porter. Associate J nstice, PhcenixjW. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney-O. T. Tucson. V. B. Mirahil-V. K. Meade. Tucson. Surveyor General John Hije. Delegate to Congress -Marcus Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W, Barnes. Judge of Second Judicial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Judceof Third Judicial District Jas. H. Wright. Gila County. 'nd.qe ...

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. — 5 May 1888

. -A THE ARIZONA SILVER CELT ommi pApee of ksta cac.vrr. Saturday, May 5, 1888. IX X STATE Or COIAAP3E. Thursday, April 26tb, tbo Common wealth of Arizona, in the person of its Governor, C. Meyer Zuhck, wa's as saulted by Michael Hickey, a deputy jBberiff of Yavapai county, in Prescott, because of the Governor's "slack talk" in relation to the alleged action of Hickey in actively opposing Foster, the Governor's intpndecF representa tive in the Democratic Territorial Convention, which meets in Phcenix on the 7th inst. The Governor, re membering the fate ef Mrs. Domby, resolved upon making an effort to neutralize the effect of Hjckey's vork Tor Herndon, and pressing forward, like afrprse on a fresty morning to a Jcoljar, tngfoS8fnopeful, that nopo tDiam'flauerjgtaid; tne Aaams. pp!S5.roseiiyisdhrainv)i9ri the tally shGWed Foster left out, in the cold. Another statement, on the wings of the wind, is that Hickjy, in exercising the manly art, caused His Excellency to spin reund and to so...

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. — 5 May 1888

-riirnnctag THE ARIZONA SILVER BELJ. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CO. Saturday, May 5, 1888. Entered in the Post OEw at Globe, as sec" raa-ci&u matter. Globe 4 San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Honrs 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M. and 7 to 8 p. K. Sundays 10 to 11 a. m. and G to 7 P. jr. This paper ! kept on file at K. C. Dake's Adrtrtiiing Agency. 64 and 63 Merchants Alfeeanange, San Francisco, Cal., where con- TVtets or advertising can be inr.de for it. POST OmCE RULES. pffioe open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. mil closes going jbast and West at 7:45 A. v.. daily. Money Order Department closes at 6 r. St.. daily Sundays excerjU-d. Mails co to San Carlos and Maxey every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to Catalpa, ArmeivTonto, Rye, Payson, &c., eyeryMon-4T- These mails close the nicht previous at B. f. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. Geo. L. Turner is again quite sick. B. "W. Curtis came up from the river on Friday. Pireicrackers free fin? PC.BoWtsonofa! in...

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. — 5 May 1888

tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL PA I Kit OF GILA COUXTT. Saturday, May B, 1888. MISCELLANEOUS. Do not put too much trust In the man who praises you. Texas Siflings. At a "recent dinner in Washington, given by Mrs. Stockton, each guest was presented with a little cage containing a canary bird. Chicago Herald. A suburban justice recently settled a case in which a boy committed an as sault with a pistol, by committing the lad and ordering the pistol to be dis charged. Little Giant. The King of the Sandwich Islands has decorated King Malietoa of Samoa with the grand cross of the royal order of the Star of Oceana. Oning to his general lack of costume the latter mon arch doesn't know how to pin it on. Chicago Ketcs. , An cighteen-ycar-old young man of Ritchie County, lnd., foil ill with measles. His grandmother, anxious to effect a speedy cure .and "bring than Gilt, placed him between two ticks of feathers, with, hot stones at his feet and a live sheep alongside him. He died. An extremel...

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. — 12 May 1888

The Silver Dpi nrf VOL. XI. globe, Arizona, Saturday, may 2, 1888, NO. 6 "If. TC " : THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. .Published every Saturday raornlnff at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, Br fi&OKHEY & HAMILL, Esrrou in Paorainoza SUBSCItlPTIOZV KATES: One Tear Si 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Mouths 1 60 Advertising Bates made known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor C. Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. Poster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. Strauss. '. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm. W.Porter. Associate J uttice, FhcemxjW. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson, TJ. S. District Attorncy-O. T. House, Tucson. V. S. Marshal W. K. Meade. Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate . to Congress- Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. Judge of Second J udicial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Judce of Third Judicial ...

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. — 12 May 1888

y THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT official iufeu of giia corxTir. Saturday, May 12, 1888. W HOW JaRK TltlS MIGHTY FAIXES! In our issue of October 24th, 18S5, (he following appeared as a forecast of the probable discredit of Zulick by the Democracy of Arizona, and now that the Convention which sat in PHisnix, on the 7th of the current month, lias rendered its Terdict against him, we reproduce our statement of almost three years ao in order that thought less politicians may see themselves as in a looking-glasi: "The Democracy of Arizonawh6 publicly , wined, toasted and dined 0. Meyer Zulick, as Gover nor of this Territory, will probably live to regret it. However, it is char acteristic of,Arizon& politicians to go off half-cocked, and' -we predict that those same eulogistic gentlemen will see their error, and yet sit heavily down on the subject of their adora tion." , Althongh there was, a very strong bndercurrent of disapprobation of Zu lick in the party less than a year af terwards, yet...

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. — 12 May 1888

n m in 'inn'iiT- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OPHCIAL JAPEU OF GILA CO. Saturday, May 12, 1888. Entered in the Post OSce t Globe, as ec- TOia paper is kept on 61e at K. C. Date's Adrtrtisinj Agency. 64 and 65 Merchants' llhrnhrmge, San Francisco, Cal., where con tacts for adverthuns can be made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Pffioe open from 7 A. a. to 7 P. if., daily, ttandays one hour after mail arrives, j- Mail close gums East and West at 7.-45 A. M.. daily. Money Order Department closes at 5 r. daily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every monaay, w ertnesday and 1 nday to Catalpa, ' Araier,Tont., Eye, Payson, &c, eyery Hon oay. Theao mails close the night previous at r. li. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. A KEVOITIXG GKI1IE. LOCAL NEWS. Mose Wertman was arrested en his arrival atThoenix yesterday. Mr. J. C. Eamsdcll is much improved and fairly on the road to recovery. A most cowardly murder was com mitted on last Tuesday night, three quarters of a mile south of Wbe'fSt- field...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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