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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 11 August 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPI.lt OF OU.X CO. Natnrday, Angast, 11, 1883. Tlic Power oT "Water. The tjroperties of water arc only partially understood by those who have never seen it under high pres sure. TheTirgima City Water Com pany gei their supply from Marlette Lake, on the Tulioe side of tho moun tain. They get it through by a long tunnel,, and aro then on tho crest of a high mountain opposite. Mountain Davidscn, with Washoe Valley be tween. To cross this valley by a Hume ould bo almost impossible, so the water is carried down the moun tain sidn to tho bottom, and ciosses under the V. and T. railroad track, on the divide between Wnshoo nnd Eagle valleys, then up again to tho required height in iron pipes. Tho depression created in the line of carriage is 1,720 feet, and the pressure on tho .pipes is eight hundred pounds to tho square inch. One pipo is eleven inches in diameter, and is quarter-inch, lap welded, and eighteen feet long with screw joints. There is little t...

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 August 1883

ayflsMinai - ivtrir rtfiiiiiii tmiiitu Arizona Silver Be ni1 V S VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1883. NT0. 10: y"w'-' rJ The JLJa THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. VUK ARIZONA SlU'tilt MELT U I'sucd Saturday morning, nt Ulobe, Oil Coun ty. Arizona. TKUMS OV SUBSCim'TION-One Year, I'our Itolhrx ; Slv. month, Two DolUra mill FIftv Cents : Thrco months, One dol lar and 'Fifty Cnt Invariably In Ail MIIICC. RATES OF ADVERTISING given upon application JOlt HUN'TlNfl donorromptlyaml.it Rev ftonublo l'rlccs. Addrcs, A. H. HACKNKY. H.lltor. OFFICIAt DIRECTORY. Territorial. C 0Ovrnftr- r. A. Trit!. Priwcott. Secretary J, W, Vin Annul, Prcicott. TreMurtrVThomsj J. Imtlw, Prescott. Superintendent of TuUI Instructlon-W. B. Hor ton, Tncscn. A' -T.. I ;f., P.-yr.nt, ' j vVcxott; lMi!rl II. W ney, Associate Justice Phoo alt; W. V. Hooter, Aswch'.o Justice, Tucson. V. S. Diitrlet Attorney--J. A. ZabrMdv, Tucson. U. S. Mur.hM-I con S. Tidb-Ul, Prvott. Surveyor Gcr.ml-J. W. Robbing Tucson. U. 8....

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. — 18 August 1883

- -----'-j THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL 1MPEK OF U1XA CO. Hatnrdny, August, 18, 1883. Gen. Crook's Official Report. Possibly, with the- best intentions t'o 1o right, General Crook is- sadly troubled with verbal obliquity, as is evinced by his numerous interviews with newspaper reporters, as in stanced m room No. 22, of Porter's hotel, Tucson, Juno 22d, A. D., 18S3, when "in his shirt sleeves, sitting on ttic edge of the bed, reading tho last ivmtroftho Citizen." On that occa sion1, he was agreeable interrupted by n Citizen reporter who enquired, 'How many, then, (referring to the Chiricahuas) did surrender? To hich tho General replied, "I don't iLnow of any who did not, except Ju, and he had been cast out by' the In dians. Ho took his brother and their two squaws, and has gono into the Yaqui country." " Tho latest news from Sonora relating to raiding Chir- ieahuaswhich will bo found on first pago of this i3uef, would seem to stul tify Crook, and lead to the belief that the Gene...

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 August 1883

lgyftattssfajrcjrafmaLOiirifcTfiTr VHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Snlnrdny, Awgnst 18, 1S83. j1 BMM mtTTHL'LBB rpili: SILVER BELT U kept on fllo nt . K c. Dalit's Advei Using Agency. C5 .Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., whero contracts for advertising can bo made for It. Office Hours ol Globe & San Carlos Tolo graph Company. m From 8 to 11:15 a. m. 12:45 to 1 p. in., ami u; 9 p. in. Sunday hours 9 to 10 . in. umj 7 to 8 p. in. Niiht-rate messages must It? handed In befoie8:20p. m. (o Insure pioiupt trans mission over W. U. lines. II. M. Allison, Operator. XjOC-Xj isrxj-ws. A son of Goo. V. Lawrence fell from a horse and broke an arm. 1. 1). Higgiiis has sufficiently con valesced to journey to a higher alti tude upon the Piual mountain. - i Leave orders for tho Bklt at Taylor it Hatch's or at the Post Oflice. Sub scriptions received at either place. i i . Call iu and examine tho fine line of shoes just received by Schulze, the boot and shoemaker. " "Frank '"Sfhufzo lcrtyestevda...

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 August 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL FAPER OF UII.A CO. Satnrdny, August, 13, 188.1. AXouprli Story. i i ' A very, very tongh story iu which a chicken, a rat, a cat, n dog and a boy iigured was going tho rounds in tho East End yesterday. Tho story is vouched for by good authority, and on tins account is all tho more remarka ble. It is related that Mr. Sam Mc Curdy was sitliug 'neath tho shado of a tree iu tho back yard of his residcuco on Clay, near Franklin street, talking to some friends, when his attention was called to a hen with a brood of young chickens and a large rat that had just emerged from its hole and was quietly regarding tho young chickens with tho prospect of a meal in view. As the rat camo from liis hole tho house-cat awoko from her afternoon nap aud caught sight of the rat. Crouching low, she awaited de- - velopmentsj audstood prepared to spring upon his ratslnp. At tho ap pcaranco of his ancient enemy, tho cat, a Scotch terrier, which had been sun ning itself in tho ...

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 August 1883

3 nrvi'-;. mUfii tonfr,rmi-c,i-1 hi.ym BmM lidli mil Um -, -, ,-- r . i ' yJn Arizona Silver Belt, VOL. YI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. NO. 20. The THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. T1IK ARIZONA SILVHR 1IKI.T U Issued Saturday iitoitilnd, at Globe, Ulla Coun- A iv, Arizona. VI.'ll.MS OF SUUSCUIl'TION One Year, 1'oiir Dollars; Six months Two Dollars Sim! Kilty Cents; 'l'hrcn months, Olio dot Jnr a-.iU Kilty Cents Invariably in Ad vance. KATK-S OK ADYEIITISINQ given upon . :ilipll cation .1011 PltlNTISQ ilonol'romptlyaiulatHcii sonablo Trices. Address, A. II. UACKNKY, Kdltor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Trrrliorlnl. Governor r. A. Trltlc, Prcscott. "Secretary J. W. Van Amain, Prcscott. Treasurer Thomas J. Butlw, Prcscott. Hupcrlntcndcnt ot l'uMIclnitructlon W. 1(. Hor Ion, Tucson. AuJltor K. P. Clark, PrncoO. Supreme Court C. 0. W. French, Chiet Justice, I'rcxcott; Daniel II. PI ney, Assoclato Justice, Pino six; W. W. Hoover, AstoiUJe Justice, Tucsou. U. S. District Attorney J. A. ZabrNU...

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 August 1883

m t n'lM jWVTinWWmft-iii i'i f i Kjcaae THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL IMI'KIt OF IIV CO. Saturday, August, 25, 188& llirilury Vimlicutcit. Tho following, from tho Lc.tdvillo Jlqr.ilil, is simply a rehash of a, para graph iroin Crook's letter of Fob. 28th to Teller, endorsing wtkov, which tho latter person, by permission of the writer of it, sent over tho wires to tho Associated Press. Wo published it as a means of preserving a lit erary curiosity from tho pon of ono who, from his official position and ma ture years, wo were led to believo was . man of discretion and sound judg ment, but in so supposing, wo arc free to confess, wo were in error. Ito can how soo that ho is simply tho dnpo of . Wilcox and Toller; that his utterances arc now used by Teller as a defense of his political and personal friond, Wil cox, whom ho refused to investigate upoh written charges supported by mrtocrous affidavits. Tho following i$cHcr's statement: TJncre wero some few complaints of ii regular...

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 August 1883

!& ., 3 YHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, August 23, 188.J. rjIHE SILVER BELT is kept on f.lo at J. .. C. Dake.s Advertising Ageucv, i5 Merchants hxchange, San l'rnnclsco, Oal, where ; contracts for advertHln' can bo made for It. Office Hours of Olobo & San Carlos Telo graph Company. Viom 8 to 11:45 n. in. 12:15 tot p. in., and i to p. in. Sunday hours 0 to 10 n. in. and 7 to 8 p. in. Nlght-rato messages must bo handed In bcforo8:20p. m. to Insuro pioinpt trans mission over V. U. lines. ti. 31. Ai.msox, Operator. IjOC-TXj 3TETWS. J. Liouranco and B. town. P. Cox aro in Barley at D. Henderson's at $3.50 per cwt. Agent P. P. Wilcox is still in Col orado. L. L. Homy left to-day for his home in Florence. Safford Hour at Chas. 5.50 per cwt. T. Connell's at Charles Holborn Inscsturned- from, his eastern trip. ; i Messrs. Boardman and Palmer, from Salt river, aro in town. o Service at the M. E. Church, to morrow, at the usual hour. W. T. McNelly and wife arrived from the East by t...

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 August 1883

kfii THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL. lWl'JBK OF OlIlA CO. Sntnrdny, August, 25, 1883. A. Queer Case of3Iu.diies.si. From th Stockton Indtpndcnt.) On Saturday night, Deputy Sheriff Frank Moffatt, of Oakland, arrived liero with an insano patient, whose caso is one of tho nidst extraordinary on record. The crazy man, Roger Williams, is about 28 yearaof age, tall and of extremely slender1 biilldi He is a graduate of an Eastern college of high repute, and before hi3 reason was overthrown he was recognized among his associates as a man of fine mind and vigorous intellect. ttcing over worked in the city, ho went to a farm near Livermoro, but there his health continued to fail. There- was a con stant, wasting away of blood and tis Bue, that left him almost a skeleton. Among his fellow-workers on tho farm was a young man of about his own age, who had' served an apprenticeship with a doctor. They becamo warm friends tihd in their conversations it was suggested that Williams submit to an ex...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 1 September 1883

& jv-"r -- , . ..,... - -. LVER JdELT. m The 1 VOL. VI. THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. iiii: aki.on.mi.vi:i: iiki.t u issued b itm id) nioinlngx, atlllubc, (illn Conn , Arizona. i'KltMs oh' si INOUUM'ION One Year, I uiirUolliio; M mouths, Two Doll.m iimll'llt) CVnts ; 'l hrcc iiiouth, Ono dol-In- i.nl nnj CeiiU Inv.irlihly in Ail-i VMIlL'. i: Ti:s OF ADVIMirisINU given upon amtlliMtlon .loft VMS PINO done, l-ioniptiv and Ultci- homblo l'rlico. Addim, A. II. JlACKNl'Y. Kdltor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. rtirormr r Trllle, 1'n.wott se.'ixtar J V Via Vrimui, 1'riK.ott Tftuiu.-cr Tliniim f.'Eutler, l'rticott. SuijormtuiJuit tit Public In.tnutloii W II Ilor ton, Tu.-i?ii ' Aulltnr Y 1' (,'hil., Pru'olt Vi'.irtuie Court-1'. (I. V), Trem-hyCM! JiMtnc, Prma.tt; IUiiM II. PI in.v,A5v0atepJiiUi, Pine k',W .IIoo.r, Uwd.itu Jiill e, Tu son. I . S. Uutrld Attorni) J, A' ZabrMdts, Tucson. I . S. Marshal Loon s. TUhall, 1'rcwutt. iunc)or Gtucral-J. W. ItobMni, Tucson. I' S. Intern 1 Heunue Ool...

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 September 1883

c?52 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL FAVKR OK UIIjA CO. Ntittirriny, September, 1, 1883. Clmnjyo oCBuso. It is cvidont that Gen. Crook when tinloading to the Citizen's reporter, in room 2J, Vortcr's Hotel, Tucson, Juno 'J2, lSdU, maJo a miscuo in denying that ho made terms with tho Indians in tho Sierra Madrc, Mexico. The following letter from the General to the War Department, is most in&truc livo upon that point, and totally at variance with his interview with tho Citizen reporter at the timo referred Ss. Forty-six days later, ho officially admits that ho did make terms. Inas much as wo never credited his former atatsmunt, wo now readily beliovo that" truth and daylight met in his letter of August 7th, hero repro duced, and that truth in relation to that particular incident of the note ble expedition, will now bo embalmed in history. Hero is the letter: Headquarters, Department or Arizona, Aug. 7, 1888. J To tho Adjutant-General of tho United States Amy Sir: Inferring to tho...

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 September 1883

r-.n .t- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Sntnrdny, September 1, 188ft, riMIE SILVER BELT Is kept on file nt -f- ? -' Wakes Advertising Agency. 05 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal, where contracts for advertising can bo made Tor it. Office Hours ol Globo & San Carlos Tclo graph Company. From 8 to 11:15 a. in. 12:43 to 1 p. m and i to a p. m. Sunday hours 0 to 10 u. in. uiiil 7 to 8 p. in. Js'lght-rnlo messages must bo handed In before 8.-20 p. in. to Insuro prompt trans mission o er W. U. lines. 11. Mi Ai.i.isox, Operator. local ztrna-ws. Tho Old Dominion fired another furnace this morning. o i W. E. Sponco takes charge of tho Centennial property to-day. Alonzo Bailey left San Francisco this morning for L03 Angeles. The band stand wants a new roof. Will not somo ono seo that it is dono. J. P. Cox who had been spending somo days in Globo has returned to Salt River. Pears aro'expru'sled by corral men, that our hay crop will bo below' an average. i J. A. Yager, from Salt river, is in...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 1 September 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL lMi'Ell )T U1I..1 CO. Sntnrdny, .September, 1, 188U. In n. RiiHsliin Cell. irrinco KiKtkIno in Nlnttcenth Centnr).l There U not much light in them. The window, which is an embrasure, is nearly of the same size ns the win dows in other prisons. But the cells occupy tho interior inelosure of the bastion that is, the raluct and tlie high wall of the bastion faces the win dows of the cells at a ilistnnco of fif teen or twenty foot. Besides, the walls of the leduct, which have to re sist shells, are nearly five feet thick, and the light is separated by a double frame with small apertures and by an iron grating. Finally, everybody knows that a St. Petersburg sky is anything but bright. Dark thoy are; still, it Was in such a cell the bright est of the whole building that I wrote my two volumes on tho glacial period, and taking advantago of brighter summer days I prepared there tho maps that accompany the work and made drawings. The lower story is ever dark...

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. — 8 September 1883

n- ifc'iTfc Tiara, .fir riwr- 'i i r i The Arizona Silver w GLOBE, ARIZONA, SAKJRDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1883. VOL. YL NO. 22. S5- dEjJjx THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. niKAIUZOXASILVEK BELT U Issued Saturday mornings, at Globe, UIU Coun- . tr, ArUoua. Tl:UM Ob' SUIISCIUPTtON-One Year, four Dollar : Six months Two Dollar) .and Kitty CchU ; Three months, Ono dol lar a;nl Kitty Conti Invariably lu Ad vance. KATKU OF ADVURTISINQ' given upon applieation JOll lMlINTISO dono Promptly mul at Itoa aonablo Prlcei. Address, A. H. HAliKNKY. Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial, 'Jovorn.r-K. A. Trlllo, rreseott, SocnUry J. W. Van Arnam, PresoUl. Twuurcr Thom J. llutlw, 1'rescott. Superintendent o( I'uMic Instruction W. 11. llor- AiFlltor E. P. Clark, Pmsott. ., Nuprcme Court 0. 0. W, French, CliiifT Justice. I'rvJcotf, Daniel II. I'i ncy, Ajjodits' Justice, Pliio .W; W. W. Hooter. Associate Justice, Tucson. I?. S. DUtrict Attorney-J A.Wr!skle, Tucnoiu V. S. Marshal-Leon 8. Tldball, Prcsoott. Surveyor Ge...

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. — 8 September 1883

- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OK-PlttAl. 1MI-E1. Of OFI.A CO. Sattirtiaj-, biVwtbciv . !$&. 'Clio Croolt Itiiiiciiiu'i. -siJ - y llig ,uuilliuil vviuui;ii ui a uuauii, iui tbn 4tli. no-am refused to mv Moro- ni.-. f-.... .. r-.....-.:i aC Tnnn -. Uney's bill ($720) for tho crook banquet. 3 II liUt HUIC llllll UiU .I.4.1V,V ?tl. nd bolted edibles were paid for by those who feasted? It now leaks out that notwithstand ing the council on a former occasion refused to authorize- tho payment of tho bill a warrant was issued covering tho amount. Tho warrant is still un paid and has been sold by Moroney to Tried. "lis right that tho tax-payers Of tho city should not pay tho cost 6f tho senseless orgio. Tho issuing of the warrant without authority seems crooked and needs explanation. It will not do to simply charge it to the chapter of mistakes and let it slide. The Citizen of June 23rd says it was "a feast fit for the gods." It does not therefore follow that the gods should pay for it unles...

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. — 8 September 1883

r YHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Sntnrrtny, Septembers, 188IS. THE SILVER BELT W kept on nie at E. C. Dakes Advertising Agoncy, t5 Merchants Exchange, Son Francisco, Cnl., where contractu for ailvet thing can bo made for it. Office Hours ol Clobo & San Carlos Tele graph Company. From 8 to 11:15 a. in, 12:15 to 1 p. nu ami 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 0 to 10 n. in. and 7 to a p. m. Nighl-rato messages must bo handed ill before 8:S0 p. m. to insure prompt trans-1 mission over W. U. lines. O. M. Ai.lisox, Operator. XjOca.Xj asTB-"rs. School opens Monday tho 10th in stant. W. Graves left for Tucson via Flor 'onco 'Wednesday. o W. W. Brookuer has closed out his stock in trade, at cost. . -. King, tho Lakor, lias sold out with a view of changing his abode. . Cou Burns and J. II. Eaton have re turned from San Francisco. , , . George Mouroo has gouo oii'a brief visit to tho Tonlo Country? ' - , ., . Joseiih Thompson i3 enlarging his dwelling, by addition of an L. W. E. Spenco is having the Cent...

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. — 8 September 1883

5 && 2jCE ..tlSVlJl ""fTV "TlTiT'UMs.wtMa-.ii t W THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL rAPF.n OF GILA CO. NatBtitay, September, 8, 1883. The Heart's Worlc. A9 with each stroke, tho heart pro jects something like six ounces of blood into the conduits of the system and as it does so some seventy times every minute and 4200 .time in nn hour, this implies that it does tho same thing 100,000 times in twenty-four hours, 80,000,000 time3 in a life of seventy jeaw. xlhe mechanical forco that is exerted at each stroko amounts toa pressure of 13 Jnmudi on the ciitiro charge of blood that has to bo pressed onward through tho branching net work of vessels. According to tho lowest estimate, that lias been made, this gives an exertion of force that would be adequate in another form of application to lift ono hundred and twenty tons one foot high every kwenty-four hours. Yet tho pieco of living mechanism that is called upon to' do this, and do it without pause for fourscore and ten without be...

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. — 15 September 1883

t' tt?, . 'Mx PVaiWMfcTH r - CMCMMIKMBKlUra t iit- i r-T Ti OTTITT -bfclilW fM to &&" 32? ver Belt VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1883. NO. 23. I .. - - JW t- - - w wnn iimiiii i i HiiMJTi iiiiiniMniiMi-i ii !- iTiirr riririii -i iiiiMiiH iiibiuhim m iiiTtiiT rr " ' " " n ' ri rr 7 - - - . .-. .,. - ..- . .... - -- - ... I I JM., XHE ARIZONA', olL THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. VUKAU17.0XASIl.VKi: BK1.T Is Issued Saturday monilngj, at Olube, Cilia Coun ty, Arizona. TKKMS OF SUMSCRIl'TION'-Ono Vcar, Four Dollars; Six month?, Two Dollars and Klftv Cents; Tin co months. Ono dol lar and'KIfty Ccntk Invariably In Ad- , valii'c. KATKS OK ADVERTISING given upon implication JOll I'UlNTI.Vd dono Promptly and at Itca soimblu Trices. Address, A. H. HACKNEY. Editor. 'Sl'Jl W...IH.U. OFFICIAL DinECTOflY. Territorial. llovernor- F. A. Trltlo, Trcssott. Secretary J. W. Van Arram, Prcsxtt. TreasurerThomas J. Butler, Frcin.'Ott. buncrlnUnlcntotruWloIiwtructlon V. B. Hor ton, Tucs...

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. — 15 September 1883

44 "Me ' - sR "" r.yp" &&&&& wdM I.- THARIZQNA. SILVER BELT. flfVICIAl.' PAPKR OF ttltiA CO. rn f4atnrday,Scpttmber, 15, 18811. Geu. Croolt'w Position.. The San Vi uncisco Chronicle of the Gth, in a leading editorial, under the caption of "General Crook's Position," takes a singular ailtf altogether' ftovel view of Crook's action in regard to the- surrendered Indians, and holds that the thrifts accorded by Grant to Lee nt Apomattox, should be extended to the Chiricahuas. It is certainly tho first timo in history, either ancient or modern, that robbers and murderers have been accorded tho samo terms) that wci e given to an army engaged in honorable warfare Had Leo's army gone through tho country slay ing woman and children, beating out the brains of children against the nearest rock or tree, outraging women and then mutilating them, burning houses and destroying everything in their way, wo do not think Grant would have givon Leo such honorable terms. Tho stage rob...

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. — 15 September 1883

.- t BMmjxrx&M2GSteT&Mm.iMmmittKjmaar min&mlUMi&ia&diAxmem THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Hntnrrtn y. September 15, 1883. THE SILVER BELT Is kept on file nt h. C. Dakes Advertising Agencv. 05 Merchants hchange, San Francisco, t'nl. where, contracts made for It. for ndvei Using can he Office Hours of Globo & San Carlo Tele graph Company. From 8 to 11:15 n. m, 12:15 to 4 p. in., and i to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. ni. Xlght-rate messages must bo handed in before 8:20 p. m. to Insure- prompt trans mission over VT. U. lines. 0. M. Allison, Operator. XjOCAJLi 3STETA7-S. Our friends Joo Sloan and D. Larre 'nro in town: Georgo Monroe has returned his trip to Tonto. Dr. C. A. McDonell returned California on Thursday. from from Wo direct attention to the advertise ment of Gustav Billing. Alex. Graydon advertises 100,000 pounds of barley for sale. The jail is being repaired and im proved lockspdfcupori. the colls. iJ. m Dr. Pangburn, C. T. Connell and S...

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