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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 16 June 1888

VHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL OF GILA COl'HTT. Saturday, June 16, 1888. Chanaler bas introduced a bill lo amend the Fishery Retaliatory Act by Striking out the words "in his decis ion," and also striking out all refer ence to other products of the Domin ion than fish. This would absolutoly deny Canadian Tessels the right of en try whenever the President is satisfied the rights of Americans in Dominion ports are abridged or whenever they are subjected to annoyance, and would also forbid the importation of Can a dian fresh and salt fish. Vm. N. Tambiyn, a St. Louis mer chant says: The money spent in this country for advertising would be more than enough tcyiay the national debt. !Nb one knows or understands this better than the liberal advertiser. More than one large store in St. Louis pays 515,000 to 20,000 a year to the "Globe-Democrat alone for advertising. Of course newspaper advertising is the best and brings the largest and -atOist reshlts, and' wilboufnevvspa "per. advertisi...

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. — 23 June 1888

Silver VOL. XI GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1888. NO. 2 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published every Saturday maminffat Globs, Gila County, Arizona, -BX- HAGMHY cHAMILL, Entrou Aire 1'Rapair.Toiu SrBSGBlPTIOK HATES : Que Year $4 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Month - , 150 Artvertiaisar, ItaXiJi-jIsi! ;i.iO'.rn appIieaUeii. OFFICIAL BSRECT0RY. Territorial. Governor C. Meyer Zuliclc, Frsscott. Secretary J antes A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. R. Poster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. IS. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Preacott. Supreme Court .Tas. H. Wright, Chief Justice, Prescott: Wm. Y Porter. Associate Justice, PhojnixjW. II. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. , U- S. District Attorney O. T. Rouse, Tucson. V. 6. JiMh-W. K. Meade. Toeaoo. Surveyor General John Kise. Delegate . to Congress Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of Firrt Judical Dhtrict-W. II. Barnes. Judge of Second J udfcial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Tude of Third Judicial District Jas. H. AY 'igbt...

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. — 23 June 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL FAPXB eF GILA COOSTY. Saturday, June 23, 1888. MA II I OX'S VEUVrKTIO.V or FAtTii. Marion is still harping upon his daughter, the Courier, as being tho leading Democratic paper of Arizona, vrhicb has become stale, and 'particu larly so since the last Democratic con vention declared the Courier's file leader, GorernorZulick, unworthy tie fellowship of the party, by a Vote -of, 3 to 1. Failing in its effort t pull $he wool over the eyes of its f eade'rs tn this matter, the Courier sho'dld drop that rele and confine its brajjgiBg to being "the only paper in Northern Arizona that receives, pays for, and prints a daily telegraphic report" not withstanding the tan do re rubbish is set more interesting than the mowling of a six month's old child. The Courier, however, is credited with feeing an adept at figuring, as witnessed by its tabulated statement of experues'of tho 13th and 14th Leg islatures; in which it charged as ex penses of the l&tfc, $100,00...

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. — 23 June 1888

tBE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL l'APEB OF Gil-A CO. Saturday, June 23, 1883. Intrd hi the Post Office at Globe, as sec-flnd-clas matter. dU ppr is kept on file at K. C. Pake's UlvtrtUini; Agency, 64 and C5 Merchants' Kmhvigt, San Francisco, Cal., where con tacts for advertising can be :nado for it. . Globe Sc. San Carlos Telesraph Co. Office .Hours 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M. and 7 to 8 'at. Sundays 10 to 11 A. M. and G to 7 P. Hi POET OFFICE UTILES. Offloe open from 7 A. k. to 7 r. v., daily. t Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mill closes going East and West at 7:45 cTilly. Money Order Department closes at & a., dally Sundays excepted. ,i Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every aieoaay.vv ednesday ana J; nda3' to (Jatalpa, Aimer. Tonto, Eye, Payson, fee., eyery Mon- Cay. These mails close the night previous at 9T.U. - ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. Miss "Mamie Kennedy is expected liome this evening. Lobman, the barbar, has,, removed frow Phmnip to Florence".' This summer is...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 23 June 1888

VHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFTICIAl 1MPEK OF C'.IIA COEXTV. Saturday, June 23, 1888.. The greatest of alljjlfaults, I should say, is to bt conscious of acne. Car lylc. London Las eight homes for poor Tfork girls, where they get three wholesomo meals a da-, for' 1 per week. Tho original projectors of the Brooklyn Bridga were regarded as visionaries; now tho travel over the completed structure is so great that there is a strong movement in favor, of spanning the East river with another bridge further up town. Judge Nash, of Washington Terri tory, has declared the Woman Suffrage Act passed by the last Legislature un constitutional, and bases his authority on the Dred Scott decision. The Leg' lslative Assembly, he says, has not tho right to confer suffrage on women. Major Burke, that New Orleans newspaper man of Height, has pocket ea ciu.ow.wu train real estate specu lations in Alabama. Ho was wrecked by the war, and after Appomattox worked on the levee in New Orleans loading ships with co...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 30 June 1888

t- .... . - . , - - I i in ifTTra igair- ri-n-rn i imirnirrnwMirnn - i r -, -sasen-i t. trmimtui,.'--r-rmiistr-- ,lr-iTr.Tl--.imlriMg"L ' ' isam. . . , , , ."8 GLOBE, ARIZONA, SAf fcpAY, JUNE 30, 1888. VOL. Xi. -NO. 43 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELL fuMishctl every Saturday morning at t Siofae, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- -BAGKUEY & HAMILL, Eiitcm ikd pKorkiiross SUDSCniPTIOS KATES: j?ae Tear 54 00 Sir Months... : -2 00 Throe Mouths... . ; iso Advertising Kat&a mado Known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor 0. Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. poster, Prescott. . Superintendent of Public Instruction C. II. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate J ustice, Phoenix; W. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice. Tucson. U. S. District Attorney-O. T. House, Tucson. V. S. Mwshal-W. K. Meade, Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith,...

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. — 30 June 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICX.ll. PAPEE Or GIIA COKCTT. Saturday, June SO, 18S3. TIJ1E MAKES Alt TniKCS EVE.T. The nominations ara made. Tongues have already begun to wag, bets are being made and knots of street corner Jieliticians are assembled, and plung ing athwart the political current, fre quently bump against mysterious reefs that inexperienced pilots have not dis- fcevered in the chart of the river of political thought. In endeavoring to escape an argument that is leaded they essay to run a cut-off, in -order to find the way out of the forgotten river, and at last secure a resting place from the scons of the latest en counter at a corner grocery and as a solace "wood up," in order that their phantom Presidential steamer may again quiver, stemming the current of wordy political discussion in which nil talco a hand, and which is contin ued until the country is saved by the announcement that one or the other bf the parties has been overwhelmed dead. " , Wten vo vvro younger, we...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 30 June 1888

JHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL PAI'KB OF GILA COIATY. Saturday, June 30, 1888. Mr. Hewitt says that when he teok the office of Mayor of New Yerk ho knew that doing his duty racant polit ical suicido, and he determined to Euicide. Eeports from Denver how a drop of 15 cents per hundred pounds on lead within two days after the St. Louis convention. It is claimed that free lead from Mexico would force the closing of hundreds of gold and silyer aiines.and throw the mining industry back twenty yean. The question is exciting the liveliest interest among miners whe are almost unanimously opposed te the importation of foreign lead. The two smelters at El Paso have prospered so luxuriantly in their early stages that additions have been de cided upon. The Gown smelter will increase its capacity by anew furnace that will dispose of 150 tons of ore daily, and the International will in crease by iz tons. A largo copper plant is also in contemplation. That smelting is enormously profitable, and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 30 June 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OOTIOXAIj I'Al'EIt Ot IIj.V CO. Saturday, Juno 30, 1888. Entered in the Post Office at Globe, as sec-Wrd-class matter. This paper is kept on file at K. C. ..Pake's Advertising Agency. M and fl5 Merchants' .Escunnge, San Francisco, Cal., where con tracts for advertising can lie made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Office open from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M., ndaily. Bundav s one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes going Eat and West at 7ri5 A. Sr., daily. Money Order Department closes at 5 T. It., daily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every Monday, Wednesday and i'liday to Catalpa, Armer, Tonto, Eye, Payson, &c., every Mon ' day. These mails close the night previous at 9 p. it. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. The explosion of fire-crackera in Globe on the 4th should bo prohibited, in order to lessen the dauger from firo. The sultry weatber and gathering clouds indicate rain. Election for sSftpol trustee to-daj. Polls at the school lipase,. opaa fr...

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 July 1888

V- m VOL. XI GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1888. -N.O 14 Silver HE THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. r Published every Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BY- HA0EHEY & HAMXLL, Eoitoks akd l'zor&izTORa SUBSCIIIPTIOX KATES t ?ne Year i.....v.....4 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Months ; l fio Advertising Rates made known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor C. Meyer Zulick, Frescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. Foster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction 0. M. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Win. W. Porter. Associate J ustice, PhccnixjW. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. 17. S. District Attorney 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. Judje of Second J udicial District William W. Poiter, Phoenix. Judce of Third Judi...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 7 July 1888

jTHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT orFICTAt PAPER OF CILA CCXTV. Saturday, July 1888. SMALL FATOES TIIA&ItfTIXY KEt'EITED. The above is the caption of an edi torial of the Courier in reference to John H Marion's petition to Congress for relief for noD-falOllment of a con tract to deliver bay at Whipple Bar racks. John, like Mrs. Domby, failed to make an effort and, as in her case, disaster followed, but with him less serious than that to tbe woman, which cost her her life and Mr. Domby the gratification of another heir. Marion was less unfortunate. He was simply Inulcled in the sum of 1,042.45, tor which judgment was obtained, and being pressed to fork over, and in or der to relieve himself from the impor tunities of his ancient creditor, he. placed himself in position before Con gress and called upon Marcus A. Smith, as accoucher. Because of they Belt's reference to the painful scene, the Courier, Ma rion's paper, instead of confessing the truth, and taking candor for its stan flard word...

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 July 1888

mtaaarw-mTifci tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL I APE It OF GILA CO. Saturday, July 7, 1888. Entered id Ihe Fost Office at Globe, as sec- ona-class matter. This paper is kept on file at K. C. Pake's Advcrtishij Agency, 64 and 63 Merchants' Exchange, SaH Francisco, Cal., where con tracts for advertising can be made for it. POST OFFICE RULES. Office open from 7 A. M. to 7 p. v., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes coins Last and est at 7 :4 .4. J., daily. Money Order Department closes at 5 P. daily Sundays excepted. . Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every Monday, Werinesoay and inday to Uatalpa, Anner, Tonto, Rye, Payaon. &c.i eyery Mon day. These mails close the niidit previous at a p. ar. al.ua zaj isaluk, tr. m. LOCAL NEWS. E. 0. Kennedy arrived home from St. Louis on Tuesday. Jno. 0. Jones returned last Satur day from a visit to Cleveland, Obio. J. T. Coffin, of Salt river,.was among the istton ra, town flWestielda'y.- ,. , nr Wint. House is tbo happiest ...

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. — 7 July 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL 1'AI'GU OF CILA COUXTT. Saturday, -July 7, 1888. There will not prbb'ab1yb8 any pa per fractional currency issued Ttow. Tbs Senate committee lias reported against the houe bill provi'dihg tlisre "lor. In place of it they have reported a bill reducing the fee on postal notes in sums below one dollar to on scent. Lovers of rubies may shortly expect to get their favorite stones very Cheap. "The annexation of Burma has put the 'greatrnbTimines into the control of the government, and the question is liow raised as to whether the govern ment should not retain them and pre Tont the market from being elutted by over-production. The same thing happened 18 years ago in Siain, when the sapphire mines were so over worked that tie stones greatly depre ciated in value. raslcur's Ualiblt Destroyer a Fatrarts 'The South Australian Register, to land by the latest mail, contains an -acnnt of some experiments at Syd ney with SI. Pasteur's microbes of chicken cholera. A...

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 July 1888

VOL. XI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1888. -frO. 15 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published every Saturday nreralngat Globe, Gila County, " Arizona, -DY- HACKNEY & HAMILL, Ewrois Axn rtorairroiw SBBSOniPTIOi- KATES: One Year...'." S4 00 ix Months ....4. 2 00 ThroaMouths 9c.$L.....::.. 1 50 'Auvertlslnjj-EsZSKTmaTle known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor 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 Justice, Phocnix;W. H. Barms, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney O. T. Rouse, Tncson. V. S. Marshal W. K Meade, Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate to Consress Marcus Smith, Tombstone. ' Judge of First Judicial District W. II. Barnes. Jud-e of Second J Wicial District William W. Porter, Phccnix. Judce of Third Judicial Distri...

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 July 1888

JH ARIZONA SILVER BELT iTiciAi PArE or cni. couxrr. Saturday, nly 14, 1888. XX ISSl'E AS OLD AS TI5C COVERNMENt. The tariff issue; like tha poor, we have always had with us. It followed acd became cotemporary with the slavery question, and tho latter had net a little to do in making the issue a sectional one, and in leading the advocates and oppsnents of a tariff system, who were at the beginning confined to no party or section, re spectively to coalesce. When the Constitution was adopted, we had no manufactures to speak of. Our wants wero supplied ly England, and our most important industry -was our commerce with European countries. That was monopolized by Slassachu satts and other caast States, and, thersforc, we find those. States advo cating frea trade, while the South and TVest upheld the advantage of protec ticn. Thus wo find Webster, repre senting Massachusetts, warmly espous ing frse trade, while Calhoun and Clay were his.chief opponents in the debate. Thsirrgumonts, pro and...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 14 July 1888

tea tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. WFICIAZi VAPEtt OP UI&A CO. Saturday, July 14, 18S8. - Entered in the Post Offico at Globe, as sre-oad-class matter. this paper is kept on file at E. C. Pake's Advertising Agency, G4 and 63 Merchants' Exchange, San Krancisco, Cal., where con trasts for advertising can be made for it. Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Hours 9 o'clock j.m. to 12 M. and 7 to 8 P. It Sundays 10 to 11 A. r. and C to 7 P. M. POST OFFICE KOXSS. 0sa open from 7 A. n. to 7 r. v., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes going East and West at 7:45 A. R., daily. Money Order Department closes at 5 r. B., daily Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every Monday, Wednesday and JViday to Catalpa, Armer. Tonto. live. 1'avson. &c. even' Mon day. These mails close the night previous at 9 P. St. ALONZO BAILEY, P. SI. LOCAL NEWS. "W. M. Griffith and Cornmodors Blair, of Dripping Springs, wars in Globe yesterday. .. '- sr . ' Mrs. Thomas Curnow ...

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. — 14 July 1888

;TKE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICI.lt IMl'EK OF GILA COUNTY. Saturday, July 14, 1888. A new class of locomotives en tlio .Union Pacific railway bas two cabs, . one over the middle of the boiler for the engineer and the other in the usual position adjoining the tender for the exclusive use of the fireman. .'President Willits, of tho Agricultu ral College ef Michigan, while he dis putes the exercise of a direct inflnenco of forests in promoting moisture saying that all tho trees in the world will not put it where it is not ba AlievSs that the moisture on the conti "Sittit is advancing toward the west, and that the planting of forests and increased cultivation will cause the 'rainfall to advance farther west every Srear. Seven hundred thousand acres of forest have already been planted in -Nebraska; the cettonwopd and the willow first, and then the soft maple 'and the hard woods. There are many women in Berlin who are anxious to enter the bonds of matrimony. A Berlin merchant late ly adver...

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 July 1888

mtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f i QSV 5i T VOL XI tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT inhliaacdeTMy morning at tilobe Gila County Arizona Br SAGMEY HAMILL EtiToas vu lsoriurcoij SrCSCJtUTiOX ItVTEM rwi Tom 84 00 PLc Months 2 00 Throe Months 1 50 AilvprtlMnc Intfn uinde Uuovrn on nppllc ttion OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Territorial Governor 0 Jtejer ZulicV Ircscolt Secretary James A Bayard Preott TrcuMirer C n Foster Prescolt Superintendent of Public Instruction O il Straus Auditor Andrews rrc scett Supreme Court Jaji II Wright Chief ilcatiw Prescott Win W Porter Associate Jatice PhocuixiW II Uarnes Aoeiate Juv tice Tucson U S District Attorney O T Kouse Tucson V B Manhal W K Mewls Tosaon Surveyor General John Hiso Delegate ta Conjrrciu -Marcus Smith Tombstone Jiulse of First Judicial District W II JJarne Judge of 3econd J udlcial District William W Porter Phrrui Judje of Third Judicisl Distriet Jas II Wright Olla Count Jude 9f District Court WHliain Porter Clerk ...

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. — 21 July 1888

r ft Mi4 -- s JMIZONA SILVER BELT orriciAi fAiKu ov ru cokxtt Saturday July 21 1888 Tho lows by the Ute fire at Dem ons N il foftt up 51000 and insur ance rtbout icW Pelaluma California leports a case of hydrophobia as oecui rinjj iiTeears iftcThe vigtiru wn bitten by a tor rierdol - Hiram Sibley tlio founder of the Western Union Telegraph Company iul of tlio first trnifs conlincntal teln grapb line to tha Pacific died of ap oplexy on tha 12th nt his homo in Rochester N Y Tho voto in lbs House upon Wil hins motion to strike wool from tho free list resulted iu a negative voto of 122 to 93 Wilkins and Foran of tlliio were the only Dotnocnits voting yi tho attirmative Tho new German coinage bearing tlio head of William II will bo leady the present mouth Tho Frederick ceTnnTje already commands a high pre mium as only a very few thousands of each kind woro issued Governor Msrebouse of Missouri Refused to commute the scntenco of Hugh M Urooks alias Maxwell tbo murderer of freller Ho howev...

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

iU V jagEHMsttsMsisMIMsMssMsMBs jOTmaJlh foiffila iSPffla - 8 - - v - x - THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL VAVJK OP JJlIiACO Saturday July 21 1888 Enteral ia tho Post Office at 11 lobe as sec nd clasi nutter This paper i kept en fite at K 0 Dikes JUrertUInj Agency CI and M Merchants RiwWce San Vraueisco Cil nhero con tavctJ fer advertising can bo mails lor It Globe A San Carlo Tctanph Co Office Eours 9 oclock A M td 12 f ami 7 to 8 p K Sunday 10 to 11 a M and C to 7 P M post orncE uulss Gffiosopen from 7 Ji tn 7 p M dally Gumlava -one liuur after mail sttiseJ Mall closes geinK East anil Weit nt 7H5 A H dilj Monoy OrJcr DeiHirtment cloj at 5 r n liUv Sumla excepteil Malla to t San Carlo anil Maxav e ery ftlenilay Yednelay anil 1iiilay to OaUl Armcr Tosito live Iyon c eycry Mun day Thct tnills close the night lireviim at 0 m AIONZO DA1IKY 1 M ssrsasrras LOCAL NEWS Cattle aro this year aswssed at 10 per head in this county Isnt it about timo that candidates vroro announcing themselves ...

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