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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 27 April 1889

i sTiisailliaiiTslil i iS3ggWI3MSMS 5 r fl SVB aBBJ THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT official ririn or ila roiwrr Saturday April 27 1889 The negro oxodus from Osorgia is assuming Lirgo proportions Tin total amount of bonds pur diastd by the lovarniuaut to date is 147G690o0 of which 90912100 varo 4J par cohts ami 56020550 wro4 per cents wv Australia has just mado to a pro jectad railroad agrantoflC000000or 20000 acr3 a mile Tho grant to tho Pacific railroads in tliis country amounted to about 4000 acres a milt A new rival to codes is Museuda or wild orange a plant producing a pur plo fruit About twonty four thou sand acres of this plant arc now bainr cultivated in the Island of Reunion in the Indian Ocaan The Silver City Enterprise says A now railroad company is boing organ ized in Denver to build a railroad from JIagdalen to Kingston Georgetown and Silver City thence en to llicurm and San Diego Tins road is needed and would prove a paying investment The horrible prairio ires that re cently 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. — 4 May 1889

vr 1- fe v- rf IP ie i is- - Zr tin k f I TRIAL SOTTfLS FREE 51FriCiCUT TO inovs taz 1TS 07 THIS TiiS BSTESTCPlLl STJlEHSTHEKIWi uemedig fno isnrtvE T0IH03 Iftl LBCCEKITO fiii CKCAPPty jlO SYLCTTCn iTiijCi5siriip JTOKO AKD fQE JALLCCKaJNCA tt it AW CUSIMMnl Clerk of Dura o Supervisors Cha T Hartin Cjunty Treasurer W V Brookucr Coroner DItUnct from Globe to the railroad at Wlllcox over WooJa and Norton Sten arts lines route for Eaitern pmenjer Jl ullts From rIule to Cau nil croning the Ic ib Can yon and toushin at Pinal and ilsrenco 93 miles irou Globe to Casa lirandj -kb 1ieneer 13 mtlei Clevation aloe sea lt el at Globe 3900 feet latitude 33 decrees 20 minute lsntude 110 tie f reu H minutes JIUhMt iintlQi rn temperature Jnty lltb 110 ricp Ijn est minimum temperature Jan 10th IC de Mean temperature CSdeg PrcalHnj direction of wind Southsest An objerratlen etenduj over several wars ills- ilt the remarkable fact that there has net been a 7 -without more cr smuUue J W LARCSrJT M D pDYS...

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 May 1889

T 1 01 - -- - Sis rUEARIZONA SILVER BELT OFtlCIAI Iilit OF UlLl OIVTY Saturday May 4 1889 tin tiiiil or onuMuM imuinj The opinion of the United States Kupioiiio Court upon tlio petition of tlio Indian inurdoror of William Uiohl undor sentence of deatli lias boon receivod and its text aulorctng the jurisdiction upon thu Territorial courts to try curtain of fences cmninitted ly Indians is of grave interest and importance to our tax payers Tho ninth section of tho Indian ap propriation lull passed by Congress on March 8 1883 icids as follows That immediately upon and after tho date of the passaga of thi3 Act all Indians committing against the per son er property of another Indian or any ether person any of tho following crimes namely nimder manslaugh ter rape assault with intent to kill arson burglary and lmcony within any Territory of the United States and oithsr within or without an In dian reservation shall bo subject therefor to tha laws of such Tointory l elating to said crimes 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. — 4 May 1889

I If t - V r i jBrSf V V v t -- - THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT official lwrru ov uu eo Saturday Hey 4 1880 Entered in tlto Post OKtee at Globe as sec-end-clans matter TliU paper is kept on file at E 0 Dakos Advertising Agency 64 ami 03 Merchants tEtchauge San Francisco Gil wha con trocts for advertislmi can be made for it Globe a in Carlos Tofranil Co Office Hours 0 oclock vu to 1- ami 7 to S r Sundi s 10 to XI A M anil 6 to 7 l Jl post orrrcs ruLsa Office pen from 7 A a to 7 P is daily Sundvvsono hour after inai ni rites Mail cWs goins East anil West at 7M5 A pi daily Money Order Da pnrtment closes at 6 r It daily Sundajs excepted Mails go to San Carlos and Mavay eiery day Sundays excepted -to Oatalpa Ar mcr Tonto Rvo F vjon c every Mon day Wednesday and Friday These mails cloo the nizbt previous at 0 I M ALONZO hailby p m LOCAL NEWS Barley and nlfalfa 50 cents a lay at Pabcoes stable Daputy Sliorit Kyan returned from Yuma on Sunday having turnod over Ins prisoners to Warden Italian i O...

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. — 4 May 1889

i Z4 m nMHtaaaitaM H rtwWll hEARIZOlft SILVER BELT oKMCiiL rint or cila curvrv Saturday May 4 1889 grazers that oat liny like a inula or a horse and they aro cholera pi oof The same old tuner recently slaught ered a hog that weighed Gil pounds nut Seven witnesses to thisl Las Vegas Optic Tto Optic ays J T Bradford of the E 1 bar ranch sold GOO head of steers tea Kansas farmer one two and at 12 1G and 520 It would bo well for eur stank men to hold on for better price than they have been getting Tho market is stiffening every day An important oxpeiitnent has bean tried successfully at Ottawa Out A mill has beon established which makes paper pulp out of sawdust It is now using all the product of one mill The paper made wholly fiom sawdubt is said to form an admirable shathing that H fit for building after being tancd and dried A bettor quality of J paper is made by using one fourth Tyaste paper The plant cost 10000 and consists of American niachinciy with the exception of the grinders ...

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 May 1889

r I - trs fe volx4i THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT uUiahoi every Saturday mornin jit Globe Gila County Arizona HACKNEY HAMILL Esrrck axp IaoraUTou BCiiHCiuixior itvrrHi One Year SI 00 Bit Months 2 00 three Mouths 150 Advertising Ilutc i mnde known on application OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Territorial Coternor Litris Wofley IhwnH Secretary X O Murphy Pliant Treasurer John Y T Smith Thccnlx Superintendent of Public Instruction 0 II Strauss Auditor Andrews Preseott Supreme Court Tas It Wright Chief Justice Procott Win W Porter Associate Justice PhccnUW H Barnes Associate Jus lie Tucson U S District Attorney O T Rouse Tccjoh VS Marshal W K Meade Tucson Burvejor General John Hiie Delegate t Cow esa Mircus Smith Tombstone Judce of First Judicial II Ilarnes Judge of Second J udicial I strict William VT Porter Phoenix Judge of Third Judicial District- Jas II Wright Gila Courts JuJrs of District Court -William Porter Clerk of District Court -B G Tot Judge of Probata F ft Weetinijer Sheriff -Glenn KcjnjMs U...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 May 1889

V I j y tHEARIZONA SILVER BELT erririAL 1 rn or ili rniwTY Saturday May 11 1889 HKI9IUC1IUV IS INDIAN CASES The report received hero last wccls of tho large numbar of Indians des tined for trial in the courts of Gila County h but tho commonccmaut of the results expected from the recent decision of tho by the U S Supromo Court for a long timo it has been tho dijn of the Government to break tho power of chiefs and head men of tho different Indian tribes in their domestic and internal relations and tbo Act of Con press of 1S83 conferring upon the civil courts jurisdiction to try cortnin -offenses committed by Indians upon ach other was but a further attempt to extinguish tribal relations and take the cumiual Indian from his tribal jurisdiction to try and punish his of fense Incidentally this law placss the Thito man and tho Indian upon the same level as its provisions give tho courts tho samo jurisdiction over all cases committed by each alike and either on or off a reservation For mer...

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. — 11 May 1889

N hr T t 1 W7rv W - w i 1 V V - THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT official paizk uiia c II Saturday Mny 11 1Q30 Kilter in tho Post Offiw at Globe as scc co d class matter TbU ipr is kpt on file at E C JlaUos Advertising Agency 01 and 03 Merchants EMaange San Francisco Cal where con- tract for advertising can us made tor It Glob 4 Rin Carlo Telegraph Co Ofiicc Hours 9 oclock v to 12 M anil 7 to 8 r l Sundays 10 to 11 j M ami C to 7 t POST OFFICE ttULES OGeoc pen from 7 A M to 7 r M dally Sundays- -one hour after mail arriv es Mail cAresea going East and Wirt at 743 A daily Money Order Department closes at 6 P daily Sundays excepted Mails g to San Carlo and Max v ery Way Suueaja excepted to Catalpa Ar tier Tonto Eye Fajsom ttc every Mon day Wednesday and Friday These mails close the night previous at V r Jr ALONZO BAILEY V M LOCAL NEWS Frssli ranch butter is selling three founds for 1 Ed Arhelr ar arrived horn San Car los Thursday evsning Rev F W Downs and wife left Wednesday on n visit to Phan...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 May 1889

-- 4- 3 It v I t - iiimt i v- gT BELT ZlMIKIt OF GILA CltrVTY Saturday May 11 1889 The present number of unlisted men jn the navy is S500 Commodoie Schley thinks that 7000 additional will le required to equip the vessels al leadjr autliovizorl by coiijjiosi It is reported that Louis Kossuth the famous Hungarian patriot who has resided at Turin for many years is in a precarious couditien of health and his death is momentarily ex pected The actual task of opening the Nic aragua Canal is announced to begin about the middle of May All tho pre liminaries woio arranged long ago and several serveyi were niado Fic years is tho time sot for tho coin pletien of the work so that it is prob ably safo ts predict that the waterway will bo opened by the 4th ot July1894 -- Bismarcks plan for the settlement of the Sanioan quostion seems to com prise an international guarantee of the indepondonco of the islanders and their fioo choice of a king to rule over them If the Chancellor sticks to this schem...

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 May 1889

J -fags. Vs. :' 'A J- VOL. XI 4. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 48, 4889! 7 4 fk.- 1 n cr- vh 5 TE3 rffi 1 I w In IHf - . THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. TuMishcJ every Saturday tnorainfit UIUUG, Ulia UUUUIJ, niituim, -BY- HACEifEY & KAKILL, 'iDlTOfcS ASS P&0F2IETO1U scEscniraos hates i One Year ", Si 00 Six Months X .. ,2 00 three Months -.'ft 5 f 1 50 Advervisins Bates laatfe Icnotvn on applical ion. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor Ltwis Wofley, Phoenix. Secretary N. O. Murphy, Phoenix. Treasurer John Y. T. Smith.-Phcenix. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief J ustice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate Justice, Phceaix;W. II. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. TJ. S. District Attorney-O. T. Eouse, Tucson. U. S. JIarehal W. K. Jleade, Tucson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate te CongTes3 Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. J udge of Second J udicial Distr...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 18 May 1889

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFriCIAL PAI'EB OF CILA COi;XTjr. Saturday, May 18, 1889. Attornsy General Clark Churchill is absent in .California. Upon tho refusal of C. M. Strauss to resign as Sscretary of tbe Board of University Regents, he was inconti nently, and the Star says, with "ghoul ish glee," fired by the Board, and M. Ormsby elected in his stead. The cattle department of -Maxwell Grant Company, of New Mexico, has fed over 3,000 weak cows through the latter part of tbe winter, and saved all but forty ef theui. This policy of feeding the weak cows toward spring is a good one and will be continued by tn e company. By amendment U section 973 of the penal code, all persons, not butchers, who shall kill or slaughter for their own use, or for sale, any bovine ani lsal, are required to preserve tbe hide, with ear-marks attached thereto, with out r any aJteBitiqn of tfye brands or marKs, for a period ot twentyone days, free to the inspection of all per sons. It must have dawned, even u...

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 May 1889

- 1 a ' - . rWT?"' " """ " ' " ' " --- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Oi'FIClAJ, PAPEK OF UlIjA C I Saturday, May 18, 1889J Entered in the Post Office at Globe, ij"c-Cnd-elass matter. S- This paper is kept on file at K. C. Advertising Agency, G4 and C3 Mercfljnts' 'lutcnanee. ban Francisco, iJal.. whre.Vn- tracts for advertising can be made for it Globe San Carlos TeleirraDh Co.15 0&cb. Honrs 9 o'clock A.M. to 12 M. and 7 toS P. Q.,-,-1.?.... in 11 . 1 f . r Tr ' im ' i Office open from 7 a. si. to 7 r. ii., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes going East and West at 75 A, a., daily. Money Order Department closes at 6 r. H dailv Sundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every 'daV. Sundays" excepted to Catalpa, Ar mor. Tnnta. Rve. Pavson. &c. everv Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. These mails close the night previous at 9 P. it. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. Tom Robertson, Qatalps,.was inj town yesterday. aril. "Co Iter, or Maxey) ami-si; Globe oh Thur...

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 May 1889

JHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT orriciAi. PAi'cir of gsl.v cor.vrv. Saturday, May 18, 1889. Cases of great suffering and death by starvation are reported on the line of the Panama Canal among those who were forced to remain, having no means to gt away. At the dinner given by the Chinese minister Washington recently the ministers from Japan, China and Co res, carried on atbree-conered conver sation with pens and paper, fer al though they cannot understand what each one says, their written language is identical. If anybody is needing a statue in his family there is a chance ta buy one cheap, says the Las Vegas Optic. The marble statue of Washington crossing the Delaware, that was brought over from Italy, to the Cen tennial celebration, is offered for sale at 1,000. Its value a few days ago ?r?js declared to be 10,000. The rnestt inspection, law which re cently went into effect in New Mexice is nt without its drawbacks to meat consumers. The butchers of Albu querque have formed a combine and r...

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 May 1889

I 1 ' f t Si J ' 1 i 1 jnirnrgi WiT" rT i--" rirrfmTtMWWM-aj!,,,,; , " ' 1 i ,i-,inniiiiiiMWTi i 1 1 1 i ht urmnr- nriiifi.iriFi.aiitninjri-rtri.faii-iran- ,T . nrrrX! Ll!T"' - --- 'y-iTa-V VOL. Xldj GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1889 - wo: 8 THE ARIZONA SILVER BEIT. Published every Saturday moimngat Slofte, Gila County J Arizona, -nr. HAOKHE Y a EjMlLL, SUBSCIUPTIOK BATES: une lear JSi-'Wi Six Months , vy.-vn 77 2 00 Advertising Bates matte known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor Lfcwis Wofley, PhcEnuc - Secretary N". 0. Murphy, Phoenix-. Treasurer John Y. T. Smith, Phoenix. Superintendent of Public Instruction O. I.. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas.-- H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm.'AV. Porter. Associate 3 uitice, Plioen"x;'W. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. TJ. S. District Attorney-0. T. Eouse, Tncson. h U. B. Marshal-W. K. Meade, Tucson. Surveyor General John like. Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judg...

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 May 1889

t i f H E ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL rAPr.K OF GILA COIOTY. Saturday, May 25,, J1889. DECIS10X I.V THC TEliKITOUI.lL TKEAS . fJlER CASE. .Judge AV.. W., Porter's decision in tfes case of John Y. T. Smith, plaintiff, vs. U. burton ioster, aatendant, is clioorate and.&eeimngly exhaustive of the subjectdas. directly touching the right of Smith to-the incumbency ot the office of lerritonal Treasurer. Jn his opinion, Judge Porter ex plains that, "When Foster was appointed to fill the vacancy created by the resignation ot Alanon, there was a lixed term to the office: Two years. His appoint ment was limited to the end of the 15th legislative assembly en March 21, 1839. The ltevised Code, passed iu 1387, provided no tenure to the office. It stood as if a new office had been created. Foster ,'Vras appointed, but tbu tenure not' being tised he held during the pleasure of the appointing power, which appointing power is the Governor, duringjtlie recess of the cenncil, subjectftjrapprdval ...

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 May 1889

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER Ol" GIIaTc. Saturday, May 25, 1889 Entered in the Tost Offira'at Globe, 3fec-d-class matter. . This paper is kept on file at E. C.."'6' Advertising Agency, G4 and Co MercKnts' Xtichange, San Francisco, Cal., whereon SMKts for irfvertising can be made for itjf ' Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co.fpEce tHours 9 o'clock A. M. to 12 M. and 7 t3TS P. t. Sundays 10 to 11 A. ir. and G to 7 rvH- POST OFFICE RtJlES. Office open from 7 A. M. to 7 P. jr., daily Sundays one hour after mail arrives Mail closes going East and West at 7K5 A. SI daily. -t- Honey Order Department closes atj6 r. tt, daily Sundays excepted. .jjjj . flails go to San Carlos and Maxcy. every 'day, Sundays excepted to Catalpa, Ar mer, Tcnto, Eye, Paynin, &c, eTery Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. These mails close the night previous at 9 P. Jr. ALOXZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS. J. C. Jones loft on Tuesday for : e' " r -C Coke and raerchandiso have anved freely this velc. - Rev. R...

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 May 1889

hi ARIZONA SILVER-BELT Orl lCIAL PAPKIt OP filXA COCXTY. Saturday, May 25, 1889. The Prcscott Courier states that Mr Clark, owner of the United Vorde cop per mines has decided to erect a 50' ton furnace. Doubt is expressed at the 2Javy De partment, of the success of the cruiser Charleston, built at San Francisco. The builders are confident that at the ext trial, the Charleston will develop tb'a required horse-power. . O i A prominent consulting engineer who is in the confidence of the Hock Island told a Los Angeles Ttnbnno re porter not long ago that the company will undeubtedly run its northern Kenr Mexico lino through the central portion ef Arizona, and cros3 tho Col orado river, between Yuma and the Needles and strike southern California somewhere in the region east, of San "Bernardino. Prescott Courier. As a matter of sound public policy, Congress recentlyjpassed a very strin gant act psglndo Chinese immigra tion." ThTtJ. S. Supreme Court has jutpv6Eonnced the act censtitution 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. — 1 June 1889

I The VOL XM THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT uMisr cl IVery Situritay luormngnt I felolie Gila County Arizona by HACKNEYS HAMILL ijiTW axi riorikTofct BllHCItlITIOV KATI8 bne Venr SI 00 81x Months 2 00 Xhrce Months 1 50 AdYcr Jlnttn made known an appl leal Ion OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Territorial CovernooLbwis Wofley Phrrnix Secretary X O Murphy Phoenix Treasurer John Y T Smith Phoenix Superintendent nf Public InatnictionC SI Strauss Auditor Audreys Ptescott 8upreme Jourt Jan II Wright Chief u tic Prescott Wax W Porter Associate iTastice Phoenix W II llarnes Asiociato Jus tice Tucson tT S District Attorney O T House Tucson V R Marshai iV K Meade Tucson Burtevor General John llhe Delegate to Congress Marcus Smith Tombstone Judge of First Judicial District W II Pamea Judj e of 5ccoril DudicialDistrict William VT Porter Phrenix Judso ef Third Judicial District- Tas II Vrright tlln County Judge of Dittrkt CourtWilliam Porter Clerk uf District Court B O For Judge of W Wcstmeycr Sheriff Glenn Keynolds ...

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. — 1 June 1889

1 ni MfcjfrfcftM i wafatiwaiMgiAJiArtrAtfMriJCC 1HEARIZ0NA SILVER BELT orFICUL lMriill F IJILA nilATY Saturday Juno 1 1889 vATrit htik ami ikkumtiov Tlie storajo of wntcr iti sections rhete tho rainfall is inadequate to j n sin o a crop lias bucoino a question of much moment and in tlio ariil West much rich antl belonging to the Gov ernment is and has been fallow sinco ha dawn of crealiori jiuldinfj no sup port to either the ovniinent or the multitude of nooplo who othorwise would reclaim it and associato the vdoa of a plentiful harvest garnished with golden fruit The cultivation of tho soil accor ding to Vattel is an obligation im posed by nature on mankind and very nation according to tho same nuthotitv is obliged by the law of Mature to cultivate tho ground that has fallen to its share Hut how is that to be done in n country lio Arizona where thirsty onrtli soaks up tho rain and drinks and gapes for drink atjain unless tho general gov ernment assists in providing water stsragc wh...

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. — 1 June 1889

V -v fVi iiKm iiwn r irin n mi Trr inr n iTiifcamnnr timviiirrigliiiriiirTmMiTMnnih rii iiiminiii - n - n - -1 - r rrnM - - S UlS THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT officii a ii iwrrit ciiiA Saturday Jime 1 1889 EnWtvd in the Post OSficaatGlob its This paper is kept on lilo at K C Dako tAdttrtisiuc Agency CI anil fi3 Merchants KKchnie San Francisco Cal where cnn fitKtt far advert Unix can be made for it Glob tt San Carlo TVleRriph Co Office Hours 9 oclock M to 12 M and 7 to 8 r k Sundays 10 to 11 A M anil 0 to 7 v M post office uuies Office open from 7 A n to 7 r St daily Bundujs one hour alter mai auic Mail closes joins East and West at tit A ji daily Money Order Department clojes at 6 r W daily Sundajs ccplt d Mnils go to Sun Carlos and Maey every day Sundays excepted to Catalpa Ar iner Totto Rye Pajmhi tic every Mon day Wednesday and Friday Theje mails close the night previous at 9 r 21 ALQNZO 15AILEV V M LOCAL NEWS j rtavry Temple is in town from Dripping Springs and will remain until Mond...

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