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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 7 July 1883

! THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL rAPEIt OF.UILA CO. Sntnnlay, July, 7, 1883. A Mean Prank. Boys who never stop to consider the probably unhappy result of a practi cal joke, should lead this article. A well-known temperance lecturer went to the houso of a prominent citizen where he was to remain until the next day when ho would discharge tho du ties of an appointment. 'The lecturer was rather an old man who had seen, as ho expressed it, a heap of fun in his life, and at night, when tho family gathered around a tablo strewn with temperance papers and set with the mother of pearl a pitcher of water, tho old reformer related many amus ing "pranks" played in tho early days of Arkansaw. The sou of the host, a reckless youth who nover stops to con sidor consequences, listened with great attention and wickedly entertained the idea of a heartless joke. Just be fore tho old man went to bed, tho boy took a pint bottlo of fino brandy that his father secured by means of a pre scription and pu...

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 1883

MM The Arizona 9& it GLOBE, ARIZONA,; SlTURD AY, JULY 14, 1883, VOL. VI. NO. 4 Silver Belt THE ARIZONA SIM-IT BELT. THK AMXOXA SILVER BELT Is Msuod Saturday inoritttigl at Globe, Olla Coun ty. Arizona, TERMS OV SUBSCIUI'TION One Year, Four Dollar ; Six month, Two Dollars ml Firty Cents ; Three months. One dol lap ir.iU KIRy Cents Invariably tu Ad- MMIlf. RATES OP ADVERTISING given upon xpplii'.ittnu loir PRINTING ilono Promptly amlatRcu bomblo Prices. Address, A. II. HACKNEY. Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. ' OoTtrnor F. A.Trllle, I'rcscott. Secretary J. W, Van Amain, l'rewott. Tremurer Tliomaa JUutlr, I'rcscott. Surlntcndcnt of Public Instruction-W. II. Hop. .Ichi.Tumoii. ' -.. ift. Auditor E. P. CUrk, rrcseolC Supreme Court-C. C. f, French, ChUf Justice, Prescott; Daniel II. PI nej Associate Jmtlce, l'hoa. alx; W. W. Hooter, Associate Justice, Tucson. U. 8. Ilhtrlct Attorney -J. A. ZabrlsVIe, Tucson. V. S. Marshal-Loon S.TIdball, Prescott. Sunrejor General J. W. Uobbl...

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 1883

; ssmm r w :! THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL. PAPIOl Of ILA. CO. Mntnrday, Julj 11, 1883. Xlnllwny Screed No. O. Agriculture aatt Horticulture. Tho least important, its money val ue considered, of tho capabilities of the country through which tho' Arizo na Mineral 13elt railroad passes are those mentioned above They are of great importance, however, to tho peo ple along tho line, as it relieves them to a very great extent from depen dence upon southern California. All of onr fruit and much of our roots and cereals came from there until the de velopment of the farming interest along tho Gila, and in tho country nbout I'henix, and tho establishment of market gardens at the Wheatfields. At present the area of land under cul tivation, near tho line of tho railroad, is probably not more that 3,000 acres, much of which is between tho mouth of Pinal creek and tho canyon of tho Salt viyor twclvo miles. There are (wo can only approximate though tho iigrrcs aro tho result of careful calcu ...

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 July 1883

" . IT l-v IPSt Y"l i . W v iv y THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Nntnrdny, July 14, 1883. LOCAL 3iTETrS. More eucalyptus seeds on hand. Van Waonen pitches a good quoit. Only ono patient in tho hospital, now. Farson "Winde nad a fair congraga tiou last Sunday. "Will Brooknoi-'s shelves are full of the freshest goods. Thoy had a "way up timo" on the Tonto, on tho "Fourth." A Mexican turned over his team up town early this week, Thoro has been vory littlo rain along the Upper Salt river, so far this .year. Mr. Hollahan is building quite a largo addition to his house" on Pino street. Tho grass is better nbout Globe, than anywhores within, a radius, of .thirty miles. Harloy Hitchcock and Russell D. "Walbridgo have been on a pilgrimago to the pinos. Col. Reub Wood and Will Fondle ton have beon at tho Deer Creek 'coal fields this week. Charley Holburn is enjoying hiui self hugely among his friends in Ra pine, Wisconsin. Suppose wo call the now town, on the Salt river Eddyton. It's eupho- .nious a...

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 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL l'APKR OF ILA CO. Hntardny, July, 14, 1883. Climbing the Himalaya. A height of more than 22,000 feet has, we believe, been reached in the Himalayas by an English ofKcor, and a height exceeding 21,000 feet was twice reached by Mr. Whympcr in tho Andes. It is remarkable that at first this traveler and his guides suffered frightfully from the rarity of the air. At an elevation of only 1G,G00 feet on tho slopes of Chimborazo thoy folt in capable for a while of making tho least exertion. Subsequently, however, Mr. Whymper passed a night on tho sum mit' of Cotopaxi, 19,000 feet high, with out apparently suffering in any way, and when ho made his second ascent of Chimborazo ho doos not seem to havo folt any oppression whatover. On tho other summit mentioned, that of Coto paxi, he had boon preceded by Herr von Thielman, who was not apparently in tho least affected by the rarity of the airland of the fivo mountaineers who accompanied him only ono com plained...

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 1883

w . . Jjjjy -t-s -""i HP Arizona Silver mi T vol. vr. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1883. iT0. 15: jjjly Belt, THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. THKAUtZONASILVEtt HELT I Iniued Saturday mornings, it Olobe, Olla Coun ty, Arizona. , TGUMS OK SUnSCRIPTIOK-Ono Year, our Dollars : Six months, Two Dollar and Fifty Cents ; Three month!, One dol lar and Fifty Cent Invariably lu Ad anco. r.ATEd OP ADVERTISING, given upon application 4 IOU PHINTIXO done Promptly and at Rea sonable Prioei. Address, " A. H.HACOKY. Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Oovernor r. A. TrfUs, Preseott. 8crUrjr J. XT. Via Arnlm, Prwcolt. Treasurer Thomas J, Butler, 1'rescott. SupeilntenJcntotPub.lo instruction XT, D. Hor ton, Tucson. . AuJltor-K, P. Carls, VnwUX. '' Supreme Court-C. a. XV. French, ChloI'Jmllre, Prwoott; Daniel H. PI ney, Associate Justice, Plus alt; W. XT. Hoover," Associate Justice, Tucson. lS. District Atlorncy-J. A. ZaVlslle, Tucson. U. S. Marshal-Leon S. TiubaU, Proscott. Surveyor Oneral-J. W. K...

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 1883

lUlka g THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Ol'FICt.Vl. PAPElt OK UIIiA CO. Nnturdny, Jiily, 21, 1883. Hallway Screod 'o. V. Water Power. At an auxiliary to tho Arizona Min eral Belt railroad a Construction and Improvement Company lias been formed, with a capitalization of $10, 000,000. One of tho objects is to erect reduction works on tho south bank of Salt river, at which point tho ores of the Tonto and of Globe District could bo handled. Tho schemo has more than a hint of feasibility in it, it has all the elements of success. At pres ent thero arc cloven mills in this Dis trict, only four of which, the Mack Morris, Isabella, Stonewall Jackson and Tidwell have done nny work for a year, and they in tho most desultory manner. The reason for their idle ness needs little looking foi it is be causo oft the cost of working and tho scarcity of high" grade ore. As tho matter stands now, it costs about $30 to work a 50 ore, and as tho -major-jntrt of the oro in Globo, a9 in other districts, is of a t...

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. — 21 July 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BEJJ: Sntmdny, Jnly g 11883. r-zr i THE SILVER BELT te kept .on filo at E. C. Dakcs Advertising Agency. C5 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, ,Cal., where contracts for advertising can bo made for U. m Oltico Hours of Glo'hnarloj Tola- graph-omjMinii " .- From 8 to 11:45 a. m. 12:lto-tp. m., and i to 0 p. in. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. in. and 7 to 8 p. m. , Nlght-rato messages rmtst be hamlod In before 8:20 p. m. to lnsuroprompt trans mission over W. U. lines. . u. m. Afctiaox, operator. Qctting cooler, Good season for bears, Dan O'Carrol is intown. Prakes keeps the" Fashion stables. V Tho peoplo of Pioncorare to have a school. Ico has gone up to vhreo cents per pound. """" 1 T James Wiley has entered the oui- ploy of JosTRcamrT,!1s '" ' Ono hundred and three in our edito rial den on Tuesday at 8 p. m. Yesterday afternoon tho wind rose almost to the dignity of a cyclone. Mr. Avery returned from a pros pecting trip, south, a fow days ago. No moro flour famines in Glo...

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. — 21 July 1883

tatV-topufgaaaw THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ILA CO. Saturday, July, 1, 1883. A Care for KlienmatUm. Numerous cm es of rheumatism by the use of celery have recently beeu announced in English, papers; but the following, more in detail, is given on the authority of the New York Times: "New discoveries or what claim to be discoveries of the healing virtues of plants are continually making. Ono of tho latest is that celery is a cure for rheumatism; indeed, it is assorted that tho diseaso is impossible if tho veg etable bo cooked and freely eaten. The fact that it is always put ou the tablo raw prevents its thcaapeutic , powers from becoming known. Tho celery should be cut into bits, boiled in wator until soft, and tho water drank by tho patient. Put now milk, with a little flour and nutmeg, into a sauco pan with tho boiled colery, servo it wai-ra with pieces of toast, eat it with potatoes, aud tho painful ailment will soon yield. Such is tho declara tion of a physician who...

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 July 1883

JntTttw nn The ILVER I" VOL, VT. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1883. NO. 10. I A "DTJZfYlXT A Rttt t J 9 3( j13 A JL THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. TIIK ARIZONA SILVER. HEl.T Is Issued Saturday mornliigvUlouc, Ulla Coun y, Arizona. 1'KRM.S OK SUnsCRtl'TION-Ono Year, lour Dollars; hK- months, Two Dollar slid Hrty Cents :Threo uumtlii, Ono dol lur and Kitty Cents Invariably la Ad vmii'a. nATa..pr ADVERTISING given upon i)piitmion TOR PRINTING donV.PromiitlyandatRea. onablu Vrlcci. Address, a. it. u&jukmiy, i:uitor. , OFFICIAL DIRECTOR. Territorial. Governor F. A. Trttlc, rrcscott. ) Secretary J. W. Van Arnam, l'rcs, itt. Troasurer Thomas J. I!ullr, PrciS't. Superintendent 0! PuUh Jntrutl-i Y. B. Hor-ton.Tm-ion. iSfc. AuaTtor-E.T. riarkTlWcetl." '"" Supremo Court-C. O. W French, Chief. JiMtlco, I'reseott; D&tihl II. PI ney, Asioilato Justice, I'lio alt; W. W. Uuo er, Assodato Justice, Tucson. U. 8. PWrlct Attorney J. A. Zilrlskle, Tucson. V. S. Marshal Lccn S. TMball, Prescott. ...

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 July 1883

,V THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFl(!IAI lrKlt OK UU.X CO. Sntnrdny, July, S8. 1883. Great r.Aiicr(atIuuH. J. A. Kcavis, who considers himself prospectively rich by virtue of a cer tain grant of land in Arizona, which hprcads out over nineteen billion, two hundred million castillitm varas, doubtless feels apprehensive, by i ca sonof his great wealth, that , ho will not bo permitted to enter tho kingdom of heaven; but, happily for him. the law of Congress, approved November 7, 18(54, concerning grants and deeds for lands situated within tho limits of Arizona applies in his case, and throws tho gates of tho celestial kingdom suf ficiently wido to admit tho wholo Ueavis family. Tho act referred to reads as follows: (3144) Sec. 1. All grants or deeds for lands situated within tho limits of tho Territory of Arizona, hitherto ceded ta individuals, corporations or companies, either by tlie .Mexican gov eminent or authorities, or bv tho cov crnmont of tho United States, shall be recorded iri-t...

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 July 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Hntimlny, July JI8, 1881$. cmarajutts or1 ujcsan rrUJK SILVER 15KLT li kept on nio at J- h. C. Dakos Atlvorttsiujj Agency, J5 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., wheru contracts for advertising can bo made for It. Office Hours cf Globo & San Carlos Tele graph Company. From 8 to 11:15 a. m, 12:15 to 1 p. in., ami 7 to 9 1). in. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. in. mid 7 to 8 p. in. Nlght-rato messages must bo handed In before 8:20 p. in. (o insure prompt trans mission over V. lines. IS. M. Allison, Operator. niiOC.31i NEWS. Old Dominion shipments of copper for week 02,225 pounds. Capt. John Burgess killed two bears in the Aravipa Canyon. -. It is reported that Joe Birchett has made a rich strike in his gold mine on Tonto. J. P. Eddy has purchased-of J. H. Eaton that desirable property opposito tho Post Office. Connell has on'.iheUfcad 10,000 pounds of potatoes from Peter Mooro of Camp Thomas. H. G. liutchins and Edward II. Lyons from Fort Grant, wero in Globo...

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 July 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAVEtt OF UltA CO. Sntnrtlaj", July, 8. 1883. It Didn't Hit. There was a chap on tlio boat who lived at Jackson, Misa., ami ho was telling us many anecdotes regarding the negro population. Among others, he had a friend who one clay asked of an aged darkey: "Well, Colonel, what particular os sification has predominated over the ramifications of late?" Tho old man gave a pull at his hat witli ono hand, and scratched his head with the other, and answered: "Well, sah, I reckon dat was him gwine down do road a few minits ago on top of a mewl!" There was a passenger from Rhode Island who was greatly amused by these anecdotes, and two or three times afterwards I caught him hunt ing in a directory for big words and btringing them together. When we arrived at Natchez ho was all loaded up. A lot of us went up to see the town, and as wo gained tho crest of the long and dusty hill we met a col ored woman on her way down. Here was tho chance tho smart Aleck had ...

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 August 1883

aw izrrf' The Silver Belt Jft4ftkri VOL. TT. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1883. NO, 17. ARIZONA! 4 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. THE AU17.0XASII.VKU HKLTnii l"ucd Saturday luorulugsj tit Globe, Olla Coun ty. Arizona. 1'KltMS OF SUllSCMPTION One lcar, Four Dollar ; Six months, Two Dollars undKiftv Cent ;Thrco months, One dol lar and Fifty Cents Invariably In Ad- Mllll'O. HATES OF ADVERTISING given upon application 1011 IMUNTINQ dono Promptly and at Rea sonable Prices, Address, A. H. HACKNEY. Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor F. A. Trille, Trcscott. Secretary J. W. Vn Anum, Priscott. r Treiuurer Thomas J. Hutlor, Trcscott. FupcriHtciidcnt ot ublle Instruction W. U. lloji .. JL II JU'I'. 'S- Auaitor-K. T. Clark, Prcott- feupreae Court C. a. W. French, Chid Justice, t'reuott; Dantelll. Fl uey, Auoclato Justice, Phoc. alt; W. W. Hoover, Anoclste Justice, Tucson. V. S. District Attorney-J. A. Zabrl'Me, Tucson. I". S. M-mhal-Uon S. Tidball, Fftscott. Sunejor General-J. W....

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 August 1883

T-: THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF UT.A CO. Saturday, August, J, 1883. The Deer Creek Coal Fields. An Umvnri'imtnMe Asniiiuii tiou of Authority. Wo arc informed that Capt. Craw ford has threatened to eject, ly force, the occupants of the Deer Ureek coal field?, and destroy their property if not removed within a specified time, in obedience to an order made by the Secretaryof the Interior, but before he is guilty of such high-handed in--, justieo wo wish to direct his atteftion to see. 2147, chap. -1, or the U. S. Stat ute relating to tho government of the Indian country. He lias ovidently overlooked it. The mere running of a boundary line does not settlo the question of title. It is a judicial question, and . tho proper way for tho United States to establish her right to the property , fs to enter suit in ejecltnont. iigaiiiht the occupants, and not by force of arms eject men who bclicvo they havo an indefeasible title under tho laws of ibo United States to their possess...

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 August 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER CELT. Saturday, Au(Xiifct '1,3188:1. jLTtwiui mi iwm.im-p'jiiJ.' 'IM1U SILVER BELT U kept on file nt l K. C. Hakes Advertising Agency, 05 Jlei chants Exchange, San Francisco, Oal., where contracts for advertising can bo made for It. - - Office Hours ol Globo & San Carlos Tele graph Company. From R to 11:13 a. in. 12:15 to 4 p. m.. and to 0 p. in. Sunday houra U to 10 u. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Night-rate messages ninst. be handed in be.foi.8::0 p. in. to Insiuo prompt trans mission over W. V. lines. (i. M. Ai.i.isov, Operator. LOCiLL iTEATS. W. 11. Hrcckon left for Camp Thomas Thursday morning. o m James Gerald and Dn id Heron of Pioneer were in town yesterday. . . . The new pump at Eaton & liailoy's is a much needed improvement to the town. Agent 1 V. Wilcox loft on the first inst. for Denver to bo absent four weeks. i . 0. Stcvcnsuuperinjbtujcjnt of stago line froTii Globe to .Casa Grande, is in town. Miners and prospectors shoes just "received at Schulze's,...

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 August 1883

cm THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPKK OF UILA CO. Ntitnrriny, Angust, 4, 1883. The llrowlus f Beer. There scorns to be no danger of a uearth of lager beer in this country. According to the statistics published in tho Western Brewer, "the total brow of tho United Stntes for the yoar ending May 1, 18S3, was 17.S19.424 barrels of thirty-otto gallons each, a net increaso over tlio preceding year t 783,002 barrels, or 4.11 per cent." New York State comes first, with the handsome figures, 5,813,231 barrels; Pennsylvania second, with 1,700,910; Ohio third, with 1,583,352; Wisconsin fourth, with 1,298,133; Illinois fifth, with 1,071,403; Missouri sixth, with 1,022,059; Massachusetts seventh, with 857,711, and Nov Jersey eight, with 843,203. Alabama's brew amounted to 8 barrels, a ne', increaso of 8 bar rel. North CaroHna, in spite of 'its affection for nioonshino whiskey, in creased her product of lager from 20 to 81 barrels. Arkansas, Florida, Maine, Mississij; pi and Vermont show no ...

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 August 1883

tfi The Silver Bel VOL. YL. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883. NO. 18. riittMMMbMMi&aaKiHMtfiebMtfbM Arizona HP THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. YHK ARWJXA SI I.VKIl HRI.T 1 Issued Saturday morning, at Globe, Cilia Coun- ,. v, Arizona. tKliMS OK SUHSCRU'TIOX One Year, FourPolhM; Six mouths, Two Hollars hnd Fifty Cents; Three month, Ono dol lar and Fifty Cents Invariably In Ad- . vance. HATKS OF APVKRTISlNa glvcu upon application JOU HUNTING done Promptly and at Rea sonable I'rlec. Addresn, A. U. HACKNKY, Kdltor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Tlor ernor F. A. Tittle, Vrcscott. Secretary J. W. Van Arnam, I'rMCOtt. Treaurcr Thoniu J. EutUr, rreicott. Superliitemlent ot Ib'.lc Instnictlou V. 11. Hor. on. Tynwn. Auditor-E. P. Clark, rrM&tt. Supreme Court-C. 0, W. French, Cht Justtce, I'rwcott; Daniel II. PI ney, AMOvUte Justice, Plus jU; V. W. Hoover, Aoclato Justice, Tucson. U. S. District Attoruey-J. A. ZjbrlAle, Tucson. V. S. Marshal Ion S. TIJball, l'rewutt. feurtejor Cenc...

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. — 11 August 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. ori'ici.iii r.vruu ov tnv Co. Saturday, Aujrnst, i 1, 18S!. rssrznnjntsTwzncxm'w A HVprnlicrtsSliIo Xror6luir. Captain EnttncE Crawford is evi dently laboring under tho impression that "goncml orders, No. 13" clothes him with plenary powers. His arrest u citizens, claimants, and residents of the Deer Crenk coal fields, and forci My ejecting them from tho same, hold ing them as prisoners for twentyfive iioius, and marching them under guard to tho S.ia Carlos Agency build ings, a distanco of twenty-two miles, jnul finally treating them as if they were malefactors, warrants the con clusion that lie fails to comprehend rho import of tho ordsr. It charges liim specifically "with tha duty of keeping tho peace on the reservation, udininistering justice, punishing ro factory Indians and preventing them from leaving tho reservation, except by proper authority." In addition to the foregoing, ho is required to con trol, feed and care for all Indians, juisoacrs captured...

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 August 1883

T""frT-i" cmLmiinjCm:tfirawMaMaar i inn iiwiiwiiiiiiii VliE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, Ansuut !1, 1883. THE SILVEU BELT is kept on filo at E. C. DakP3 Advertising Agency, 05 Merchants E.chanee,.S.m 1'ranclsco, Cal., wheic contiacts for advettMng e.m bo made for It Office Hours of ClobD A Sar. Carlos Tele graph Oompaliy. From 8 to 11:45 a. m, 1.2:15 to 1 p. in., and 7 to it p. m, Sniulnj hour? 'J to 10 'a. m. anil 7 to 8 p. in. v Night-rato wcss-iiies must bo handed In befoio 8:20 p. m. to insure prompt trans mission over W. IT. lines. G. M. Ai,m-on, Operator. LOCAL TS-nTS. Mrs. F. II. Avery leaves for Sau Francisco, to-day. In town, 'A. Abbot, Verdo; John "Palmer, Holbroolc. -i Mrs. Chas. Fisk and children have gone to Stanton on a vi"it.- Jay Waltaea left yesterday for San Francisco, and ,v. ill bo absent three weeks. !?. HI.. . ' "' Camp nieeiyrg, iiUTuapavinnpriag, is now being held. AY'ill clo-is-Sunday night. '' ' ' Mr. J. E. Flandin Jr., Thos. Tucker and Joe Milner have go...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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