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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 19 May 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BEIT. OFFICIAL AVKR OK UI1.A CO. Snttmlay, May, 10, 1883. Why He Left. "Arfcamaw journalism was not very inviting when I camo to the state," said tho religious editor of an apostolic publication, "but I came regardless of invitation. I entered the newspaper busiboss at quite an early age, and soon'becamo local editor of tho Nash ville Union, a paper that flourished before the war. One night I went out to report tho closing exercises of the medical college. This was a great event in society circles, arid tho paper containing a full account was treasured by every ono present. Tho political editor condescended to tell me to make full report to our next editor, which camo out on tho following morning, anil impressed in no small degrco with my mission, I went forth to execute the grat command. I had not gone very far when I met a party of friends. They-recognizeil my importance and li6ndrod mo accordingly, but ventured to snggost tho propriety of going into a saloon an...

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. — 2 June 1883

3 8BH.tJllllJll..I.i.L-lJ?JIJIIili Mill l ill .)- mill IT Hi niHiiiliiliiiiMWli ii I Ml' iiiiimuMmIi H III I ut,mn .imn. , '""The 'tej&RizoNA -Silver etflat5c' GLOBE ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1883. NO. 8. THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Til K ARIZONA SILYfiU BELT Is tamed Saturday mornings, at Ulobe, Gila Coun ty, Anxona. TKltMS OK SUB3CBIPTIO.V-One Year, Kour Dollar ; Six months, Two Dollars andFlrtr Cent :Tbrcri months, One dol lar a .id fifty Cent Imarlably in Ad vance. 1. , ,. - . RATES OF ADVfcHtl31lSO lvn upofc application JOB I'KINTISG dono Promptly ami at Bea- AMtwLn lllnuJ 1 HrUauii A. II. HACKNEY. Editor. OFFICIAL OIRlCTORr. Territorial. A. .. . ....... ..."A ..3?. tertiary J. W. Van Ataarj, PrasoU V. Trtasurtr Thomii J. Batitr, Prtseolt. s . ?X ' Buptrlnttndtnt ot Public Jaslroctlrt. Kf.Vsllw ofcTunon. ., - X f "'-Wfia''- Auditar E, r. Clark, PrttcS. v Supreme Court -C O. W;7French, Chief Justict, PrMoott; Daniel 11. 1'l ney, Astocfatt Justice, Phoe six; W. W. Hoover, AsoeU...

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. — 2 June 1883

ri , v.,- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL VAPEB Of VILA. CO. Mntttrdtty, Jane, , 1S83. ATLANTIC AND- PACIFIC DIRECTORS. An Exceptionally Strong Board. Tho sifanual meeting of tlio stock holders of the Atlantic aud Pacific railway wa? held in Boston on Thurs day, 578.072 shares being represented. Tho following Board of Directors wero elected: V. B. Strong, 0, P. Phenyr A. E. Touzalin, Thos, Nickersonv A. W. Nickerson, Levi C. Wade, H. 6. Nutt, Boston ;E. F. Winslow, Jay dould, C. P. Huntington, Jesse Soligman, J. D. Fish and W. T. Buckley, Now York. At a subsequent meeting of the direc tors the following officers ,wcro chosen: President, H. ,C. Nutt, of Boston; Vicc-Pregident, E. J. Win slow; Secre tary and Treasurer, 0. S. Tuckennan, of Boston; Auditor, D. L. Gallup of Boston As 'tiffs is the road with which the A. M. B. road connects, and as in realityit occupies tho position of a parent road to ours, tho peoplo hero will bo pleased to knew that tho men whoso names are mentioned ...

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. — 2 June 1883

fHE ARIZONA SILVER, BELT. Saturday, June , 1883. LOCJJ iTEJ-VT-S. Cant. Burgess is in town. How abot a now school house? Her. Mr. Adams is in town again. Tudo Jackson was baptized last Sat urday. . " " Qlobo appears to bo having a reli gious boom. Tho A. M. B. railroad offico has a now, veranda. Oranges 50 cents a dozen at Spenco & Brookner's. The Rev. Mr. Gregory has taken his doparturo for Phonix. "An idyl from Tablenottutain" crowded out this.woelsi?' is Mrs. John Benbrook will return to Olobo about tho 15 instant. vj E. 0. Kennedy starteuVtho Isabella mill on ThursdaV morning." Bro. Gregory preached in tho M. E. Church on Sunday morning. 'Ex-Sheriff Lowther and Jos. Milnor, are taking a trip up tho Gila. Mr. and Mrs. Pat. Shanley called upon the Belt on Wodnesday". Mr. Stedman has arrived and joins tho Engineer corps to-morrow. ' & The Takoma smelter is producing copper bullion at a wonderful rate. The survoying party, aro put of tho Salt river valley, and into the Tonto...

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. — 2 June 1883

- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF U1LA CO. I! . Hatarday, Jue, fc, 18&3. ABUSE HER OWN StX. A Worn laformer la the Feminine JUnkjTMfcte Aatoalshlajt Acluaowl.' AegsHna Bak.tr, In New York Journal. There are two things woman cannot do: Thcj cannot sharpen a lottd pen til wtrLthey cannot be magnanimous. IVrt had this idea for years. I used to figfctit when I treat to school; bat I grew oat of it -when I got into the world. The pencil business she will concede when forced into the corner, but the magnanimity, never. Men. do sneoeed in disguising them selves in women's clothes occasionally, but a true woman, never. It is not only because she is knock-kneed and walks. with her toes turned out. The woman organisation is deeper than that Pat her in trousers and let her raise a beard and smoke cigarettes in a smoking car, and she will go out and , leave .the door open in the coldest Weather expecting somebody else to get up and shut it. All the whiskers and pantaloons in the ...

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. — 9 June 1883

'i'ii'L'mmtrtmmmmmmtmtmuuimmmmmiMmmmmmttm aas'ggg Silver Belt H" 4 -xl GLOBE, AR!Z6kA, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1883. , VOL. VI. . - NX). 9, "iM V v JU1JJLL... The Arizona? THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. TllK ARIZONA SILVER IVEI.T Is Issued .Saturdny mornings, at Globe, Ul!i Coua-, ty, Arizona. Iri lhujis yf ijUBScr.rrrioN on vr, rour Hollar-; Sis months, Two .Dollars nuUFlftj Cents : Tlirco months, One dol lr a.id Kilty Cents Invariably InrAd- n-wM v uvtjitTuiAU given upon application vjOil PRINTING done Promptly aud BtRca- souablo Prices. Address, A. II. HACKNEY. Editor. OFFICML DIRECTORY. Territorial. Oomnor F. A. TrltS. Vrctt. flcretary J. W. Van Aroam, Prttcott. Treasurer Tlioniil J, Eutlr, Preseott, SupcriutUKUiof J-uMts InatrurUw-V. BHorj AaJlfor-E. r. Citric jPrtMOl!. r liUprtme Corfrt-C. 0. vT Ffenc'i,' ClIcJ Jurtlw, rrweott; Daniel JI. PI ney, Associate Justice, Phco tlx; W. W. Hoorcr, Associate Justice, Tucson. V. 8. Mitrict Attorny-JA. ZabrtsUe, Tucson. V. S. Marshal-Leon 8. TIlball,...

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. — 9 June 1883

wssBeicaacKSKTarXKStacvra ABjMttJWK THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL r.M'CK Or UlIuV CO. Matnrtluy, Juno, 9, 1883. Wnllwnv Sorceil No. 1. i 'oppor. - Thb etcnt of the copper dopo'its cf -h. countrv throueh which tho A. M. B. road will piss is difficult to deter mine. In what is known, locally, as "tho Verde country" they arc far more oitciisivo (area considered) than they are in Globo District, though tho work done on them has been comparatively little. Considerable prospecting is being done, and claims aro taken and lield by mou who trust to tho A, M. 11. railroad to make them valuable. So far ti3 actual production goes these ., miues have no record, duo to the fact "iVU they are-fir from tho railroad, nnd vo no wagon roads over which to kaul thoir sunnlioi or bullion. In (f!obe District, tho area of country in hich copper shows as a leading min . eral, fs irregular but extensive. Two iiiiles from.AfcMfllcn, east, il shows in strong veins mixed with silver, and it also shows west ...

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. — 9 June 1883

1" "?lTl T M . I .Vy THE ARIZONA SHYER BELT. Sntmtlny, Jnne 9, 1883.' ESQSfTOZI XjOC-A-31i iTB"WS. '"Tho festival of Tuursdnr nibt, net ted S115. "" Plenty of now potatoes on tho Salt river. Dave Ileudorson is going -to tako a vacaticu. ' Fred Mcdler is staying in town a few weeks. Supervisor Robot tson's" fields looking splendidly. for aro Kingsbury bad a lot of oro worked at tba Isabella. Spcnce & Brooknor have tbo best candies in Globo. Mrs. W. E. Spor.ce returned to Qlobo on Sunday morning. Cattle, on the Salt rivet and Tonto, aro in oxccllcut condition. T-- . . i Tho maximum riso.per juilo on the Pinal creek canyon isC0 feet. " Tbo Salt river- farmers are getting ready to plant Egyptian corn. Crawford is cutting. hisgrain crop for Jiay, and baking it for market. TJr.clo Geo. Danlbrth has quito a number of fruit trees and grapo vines planted. AV. B. Devercux left for Tnc3on, on Wcdntaday. Ho may extend bis trip to Now York Taylor & Hatch aro tho solo agents, in thh citv ...

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. — 9 June 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL, PAPKI1 OP UILA. CO. Satiirdny, Jnnc, tf, 1883. tTADl.VO IX THE SURF. This is the season when many maid cm onjoy sitting down upon the yel low sand, taking off shoes and stock ings' and wading in the surf. The pro pensity for wading which is deeply planted in the female bosom is inex plicable. Unless a girl has the influ enza or a bunion, she cannot resist the temptation to paddle about in tho salt water, and get hef clothing uncomfort ably wet. This is a subject full of interest to the philosopher, from the casting aside of tho shoes and stock ings to their resumption. It is a fact pretty generally known in male circles that ladies prefer sitting on tho ground when pulling on and off their stock ings to occupying a chair or bench. A person who had somo doubts as to this once, made a series of experiments on a beach, whero & lot of girls camo every day to 4wade( About an hour before tjia arrival oT the nymphs ho hada 'comfortable bench and some ...

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. — 16 June 1883

r 52-jg: v pwywn ;tffaA "nf tMr HPT LVER ?yfu .i. aar-r. rS VOL. VI. 6LOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1883. N F' 0. -rT,. i Arizona Belt .3SC i 'A mx 3 ', I He AHUQHA SILVER BELT. 1 IIK AI51ZONA SILVKIt BELT U "Win" jj.itunhv nioinlnjfs, ataitiUc, Ulla CotUv v. Anznnn. rilUMs UK SUIISCIUI'TION One Year; Four DoiIim: M month, Two DolUra mid Tilt) CcnH:Thrcn months, Olio dol l.ir n.ul Kiny Cents Invariably lu AUi Van co R ATI'S OF ADVERTISING (,-lxcu upori alvDllc Itlon JO I'UIN'TIXO ilono Promptly andat Re bouulilo l'rlcc. Address". A. H. HACKSKT, Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Torrltorlnl. Oorernor F. A. Tritle, Preaeott. Eecrctary - J. W, Vtn Arnam, Prcnoolt. . Treiurrr Thmiu J. Butlor, Prtvott, Superintendent of PuUIe liutruitlon W. B. Hor ton, Tuaon. Au'ltcr-E P. Chrk, Prcwott. 7. . Cupre-no Court-CO. W' French, Chief Justiw, Trwoott; Panltl II. Pi nay, Aisochlo Juitlce, Phoj nl; W. W Hooor, AwocUto JujUcs, Tucson. C. E. Mitritt Altornsy-J. A. Zbrlkle, Tuejon. U. S. Ma-.hil-.Lcorc...

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. — 16 June 1883

r lt-i- C". THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL V.U'ER OF UIIj.V CO. Satnrdny, June, 10, 1883. Jftallwny forced o. Ji. ThJilier. Lumber, Fuel. Net to tlie chopper intcrost3 which vill be tributary to tho. A. M. B. road, the timber ofleis tho greatest sourco uf revenue. H is virtually incxhntVt- Jible. The main portion of iOSt efc' braced infniljfcto of 46,TJJ5qriaro mUK. ItTT!luyrescmth- "east. WhilCPare detiioriejtbodies oftimbTtf ad yrcijt, this main , thirty iniles north Ijadybogins of U19.A..&-P,. iauvanu,runs to and T over tfie "White Moantain. The Urn- -ber k pine?,4 rurininjr) clear jf limbs, .a- mut.il' u, im 'iuu. t-iiLiuui'rru it'tii. ill sv. . i. ' I . T mucu u luiuv, ii-jinimrtu ieei n height, nnd.U'is from UVqto fjjul; fee,tniQI'01 Sjnuqi-naireawoinouuuuwiui-o j:-.-!... Jrpi i.!; i'. ,. .,."1 nhntfii ml 'tvfaff . who. palled themselves in uiamuiuri jlhu vuuuiry ill wiUBll lj occursns lutfelevated tablo land. ,The Hundred 'miles south! The road comes downtlieSTlnto pas...

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. — 16 June 1883

V, ess wyotflwi fckf jg; titm k hi ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, Juno 1G, 1883. loc.l aras'ws. Thursday was 'o.t. Mrs. Fred Medlcr Is In town. . i t Tlio surveying party aro 75 miles from Globe. The Star hays thaV Juh jhas 150 warriors in the Siena Madrcs yet.- Judge Pinncy is in Illinois taking a well-earned rest; : " A Sunday in Qlobo is as quiet as a Now England village. John Rinchait brought in two largo loads of ico on Monday evening. The assessment roll for Gila County will be greatly in excess of last year. Spenco & Brookner havo dissolved, and the latter carries on the business. Posters aro about tho street calling for a public ineeting laudatory of Gen. Crook. .,,,. Tho stainp3..ot':thoIsabellamill v tniako1 tho night' mtistoal Vfith' their lilattor. " ? ' " V Jack Eaton's mill i3 using up logs mapidly, and his iuniber is clear and :sound. I I 7" Judge Porter has, in his yard "some 'of tho best lumber over made in this vicinity. , The President of tho Gypsoy Com jrany,...

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. — 16 June 1883

3f IC THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL, PAIT.U OF OIL A CO. Nntnrilnj-. June, 10, 1883. Mouther ProdCTlptloB. Detroit Free Trots. In tbo suburbs of -Natchez found a Northern mail. He .wis digging vrorros alongside the fence and getting ready to go fishing, and hi,. wife sat ou tho baqk steps smoking a corn-cob jripo and kicking with heft bare feet at the chickens wheneyer tljjtf'cauie .too near, The roan had WawjAJithes on the knees ofgrajt pants," i' lecher. telt in place of sugpeuder8,Tfcfc;nilwe.d plug tobacco and squirtc&lijuiee around nitu a vigor wliich xvonld have.earned lilm. twOvdollars a day in ..any ether locality. -Thoro was only one rctm. to the house, anjthe furni turo -would have been no Joad at all for a skeleton inule. "Yes, I'm from the North from Illanoy," he said, as we sat 'down in the shade for a talk; "and I mado a great mistake in moving down here." , "How came you to movo?" "YVolh somef the folks back theie got dor. a ja ire leca-e they sr.i33ed some ho...

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. — 30 June 1883

THE ARIZONA S1LVERBELT. niP.wVUizoxAsu.vnu kki.t tuned Saturday mornings, nt Globe, Oh Couu r. Arizona. IKIfMS OK SUnSCKIPTIOX-OH Year, lour Dollars ; faix mouth, Two Dollars ami Fifty Cent ; Three month', Oio dol . Ur sad Fifty Cents huarlably u Ad vance. RATIW OF ADYEUTISINO srlveiiHpoii application FOIJ PllIXTIXa dotlo Promptly and alien tollable l'rlcos. AildrcM. A. 11. HACKNEY, ndlbr. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. OdWiior-F. A. Trills, Preseolt. V"'? J-""" Vl" Arnam, 1'rewott. "Traajurcr Thomas J. Ilutlor, I're.ott. Superintendent of Public Inatructloii W. B. Itor. ton, Tucaon. AaJltur E. P. Cl&rk, rrescotl. , kuiTcineCourt-C. O. V. rrM.&t'-TWaf"'ju!itle,' rresoott; Daniel H. 11 nty, Associate Justice, rhas U;W. W. IIooTer, wlssoclate Justice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney-J. A. Zabrlsllo, Tucson. U. 8. Marshal-Loon S. Tidball, l'rcscctt. Surreyor General-J. W. RoMins, Tucion. V. S. Intern! Revenue Collector Thoa. Cordlt, Tuckon. ' Ptle-jato to Congress -O. II. Our...

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 1883

ti i1 i : s THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL IWVF.It OP.UIIiA CO. fyitm-tlnr, June, 30, 1883. Knilway Screod NtJ. t. O razing. . The object oHhc3o railway articles it to show, to some etlcnt, the re sources of the country through which the Arizona Mineral Uelt railroad will pas. In our estimates wo are caroful not to overstate a single point, so that when the infallible arbitration of fig Tiros is brought to bear there can be no appeal. There can be no doubt but grazing and sheep raising will form important sources of revenue for the above named railroad. Tho country that would be tributary to this road would be embraced in the land lying between the thirty-fifth parallel and 3ay 40 miles south of Globo, north and south, and from the Mazatzals to White Mountains; an area of about 220xC0 miles, or 13,200 square miles Deducting from this 8,000 for the tim bor, it leaves 5,200 square miles or 3,328,000 acres of land, nearly all of which is known to be as good grazing ground as tho wor...

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. — 30 June 1883

THE ARlZONUflLVER BELT. Jnnc 30, 188:$. r liOCAXi 3sT:E"WS. Hrookncr's goods are fresh. Newton Clark waj in town this week. Mrs. Judge Allen has entirely re J covered. i llrookncr has a now lot of goods this week. Mrs. Jerry Ilyndmau is rusticating in tho Finals. SaturJioy, . r- Tobin, the would bo suicide, is all right again. Dunn and Ezckieh are the two pa tienU in the hospital. V J. S. Hunter, arrested for assault, flvaa tried and acquitted. We've got somo eucalyptus seeds X Jo ft. Come aud get some. Henderson keops soiling lots of goods 'in spito of the hard timc3. I Tho mercury stood at.,116 on -Monday in, tho Takoma office., i.- "Was thevo any ono in training for a slugging match this week? Duryea's store is gotting its now roof, and an additional story. Murderer's flat, down near tho syc amore, is paved with tin cans. Judge LaRuo says that McMillen feels tho effects of the hot wave. It's a cold day when our thermom eter don't get to 10S in tho shado. c Frank Hammon and Henry ...

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. — 30 June 1883

y imwiimju II i THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL FAl'ER OF UXLA CO. Sntnrdny, Jnnc, 30, 1883. "You Arc Too Tart." A ghastly, pie-crust pallor that is in strange contrast to the ruddy flush of his new necktie pajses swiftly over George W. Simpson's face as Beryl McCloskey speaks these words, and as they stand there together in tho dim hall-light of the conservatory, the soft perfume of the Juno roses coming through the open w indow on the sigh ing brcezo that is kissing tho sawbuck whose haggard form is sharply out lined against tho woodshed, ho feels instinctively that this woman has been making a toy of his nffeclions. The w'thought is a maddening one, and as it surges through his brain and starts on the return trip the agony is so over powering that tho strong man reels, and would have fallen had not his pants been too tight. "Do you know whal you havo said, Beryl?" ho asks bending his faco closo to hers and looking with a pitiful, pleading, mau-ou-third-taso-and-two ,out express...

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 1883

vi w22i!5T m Silver 'Shu VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. NO. 13. . t-y.-fcr---vi,-rn-J.i't--'rt. Arizona BE jLjrjJuT, THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Tnr.AmzoNASii.vnu nr.r.T is is-med Saturday inoinlng,al0.1obe, (Ilia Coun ty, Arizona. rnitMS OK SUHSCKIPTIOX-Ono car, Koitr Dollar; SK months, Two Dollars iiml Fifty CehH; Three inont In. Ono Jo l.ir tr.ul Kitty OnH lm.iilably In Ad- .IIIL'C. UATES OK ADVr.RTISlNa glcn upon application IOH PUlNTiXO done Promptly and at Ilea- goimblu Pikes. Aitdiim, A. 11. HACKNKY. nailor. r as OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor V A.Trltl, Prcscott. 8ccret.iry J. V. Van Atnam, l'rcacott. Treasurer Tliomm J. l!u!r, PrescoU. Superlntetn.'.nt of Public litructlon-W. B. Hor ton, Tucs3ii. Auiitor E. P. Clark, rrcacott. Supreme Court-C. 0. V. French, Chlot JuUlcc, Prcwott; Panltl II. I'l lie , Associate Jiutlco, Mio lt; W. W. Hoover, AnucUto Justice, Tiicion. V. S. District Attorncy-J. A. ZabrUVIc, Tucson. V. S. Manlul-Leon S. TidUll, ITucot...

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 July 1883

s u THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OP UILA CO. Satnrdny, July, 7, 1883. Railway Screed Jo. S. The PrccIotiM Metals. Mining for gold and silver in this portion of Arizona has been attended with so many reverses that it is almost an abandoned industry. The causes that have onciatcd to product) this condition of things aro, bad manage ment, poverty of niino owners and distance from the railroad. The lat ter is the prime one, because, while a great deal of rich ore has been taken out of Qlobo District, and very much still remains in small veins, the larger veins which stand in tLo relation of probably fifty to one, tons of ore con sidered, aro untouched. The cost of taking out a ton of oro is say, &i, cost of transportation, $4 much, of it is dono on pack animals cost of work ing it at the mills, an average of $30 j loss, fifteen per cent. Ore that would run $30 per ton would cost, by the timo the silver in it reached tho bul lion stage, 45.50, leaving to the miner, 5. 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. — 7 July 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, July 7, 1883. LOCAL NB'WS. Rain. A quiet "Fourth." A fow decorations. A good deal of pent up patriotism. Tho hills are getting green again. Tucker and Salter aro back from the Tonto. Unclo Geo. Danforth is up from the Salt llivor. Joaquin Miller was married in Globe Uhis week. Go to work on tho railroad 1 Help 4ho camp and help yourselves I Senator Eddy returned from Salt River on Monday. Prank Livcrmoro is looking after the sick men in the hospital. Some of tho mornings sinco thorain commenced it is awfully sultry. - i Plenty of fun outsioVof tho Belt no, we mean on the Belt's outside. Wra. Stovensbn lias gono to the .Hot Springs Tho Odd Fellows fonced in their grave yard this woek. r John Eaton will mako important alterations in the house at his corral. Mrs. Gordon and ono of her daugh ters were visiting in Globe last Satur day. The rainy season has fairly com menced, and the thirsty ground is get ting full. Rev. Mr. Calfeo went to Bowie, yes tor...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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