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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 15 September 1883

. s THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL lMl'ER OV UUN.Y CO. Mntnrdny,8eiitomlicr, 15, 1883. ii Father Ityan nt the Tomb ofXce. In a lottcr to the New Orleans Times-Democrat Father A. J. Ryan, the poet-priest of the Sontli, who is novc in Montreal, describes his cmo tions at the unveiling of the monu ment to Gen. ltobt. E. Leo in Lexing ton, Va. He writes: "At noon or a little after, Gen. Early, who presided, hi the absence of General Joseph E. Johnston, called tho assemblage to or der and introduced tho orator of tho day, Major Daniel. He roso amid deafening cheers a man strikingly handsome, with soul-power in Ins face. lie combines in face and manner tho powers of Edwin Booth and John Mc Cullough, the actors. Ho began his oration in a simple yet striking way, alluding to the home of Leo before tho war. His power of description is strong. It was only the prefaco to a glorious oration. Ho roso as ho pro ceeded as a man who is climbing tho slopes of a mountain to sco tho setting sun whe...

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. — 22 September 1883

... .-Kgi r rfiBSttw 3 Arizona Silver Belt i r VOL. VI GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1883. NO. 24, u RfattOEii The THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. VllKAIUZONASll.Vr.lt IIKI.T U N-aied S:ttunl.iy inoruliii, at Olobe, (ilia Coim tv, Alizomt, Vl.'liMS Ol' SUUSCKirriON-Onc ear, Four Dollars; SR months Two l)oll.u ami Fifty Cent.: Three month. One Jo lur a.iil Fifty' Cents Invariably In Ail- n?TKS OF ADVKllTlSl.NO given upon apiilicitloii . . . , , . 30K IMtlNTlXO ilono .'roundly and at Res nouiible Trices. ..imrcs. A. 11. HAOKSKY. Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Ourrnior V A Trltlc, l'rescott, Secretary J. V Van Arnam, l'rescott. Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, l'rescott. SuixrliitniJcnt of Public Instruction-W. II, Nor ton, Tucwii. . AuJItor C. IVCUrlO'rejiot.,, ... ' fcurircnie Court-C. (3. W. Frcncli". Chief ;rfi.lv, I'rcwott: Daniel II. 11 ncy, Anoclatc Justice, J'huo. .t; V. W. llooitr. Associate. Justice, Tucson. I.'. S. DUtrlct Attorney-J. A. Zatirl'.Ue, Tucson. l S. Xlar...

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. — 22 September 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL 1AVR OF ILA CO. SttirdfjSept ember, 22. 1883. . Tim Hurley, who liroke jail at the time ilurpby, Gilsou and otbers e$ caed, was apprehended in Port Wdrfli, Texas, and returned to the Tucson lock up. The business outlook in tbo'East has materially improved in the past two weeks. Capital has exhibited re newed confidence and is seeking in vestment, and a substantial advance in the pi ices of stocVs and bonds lias ensued. Wo hope it is the beginning of a genuine boom. Gov. Sheldou, of New Mexico, now, or recently in Washington, has been laboring with a view to the creation of nnotlier judicial, .district, by Con gress, in that Territory and another judge of tho Supremo Court. Our representative in Congress' should en deavor to procuro tho desired relief for Arizona. Tho Tucson Citizen of the 19th asks, ''Wlicnj isSmordon?"" Wo respect fnllyr'cfer tho Citizen, for in informa tion; to James A. Zabriskie: Ho is his witness, and was seen in Tucson four hou...

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. — 22 September 1883

ill ' irTHiiniir THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, September 22, 1883. milE SILVER BELT is kept on file at A E. 0. Dukes Advertising Agency. G5 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cnl., where contracts for advertising can bo made for It. OMct Hours ol Globo &. San graph Company. Carlos Tele- From 8 to 11:45 a. m, 12:15 to 4 p. in, anil 7 to D p.m. Sunday" hour's 'J'tu'lU a. in. and 7 to 8 p.m. Nlght-rato messages must bo handed In before 820 p. m. to Insure prompt trans mission over V. U. lines. 0. M. Allison, Operator. iiOCA.X KE"W3. Court meets Monday. Win. Butlor, of Boston, is in town. "Mr. David Uuutcr is in from Iteno, .Too Dillon left this week for Pres cotL Davison, Jr., of Yillcox, h in town. - J. II. Djfkemau left tpwn. early vin iUe week. ' ' ,, Mr. C. T. "Fay, "16ft" tliU'wccFfo'r i Fnecisco. Tho Sycamore Hotel wjll-rr'open Jbaut the lst,proximo. , AU classes of goods at bottom pricos tit Van YVagenen's. 1 i J. B. Watkins reports heavy rains on Tonto and Salt river, ...

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. — 22 September 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFVICIAb I'Al'i:il OF UIL.Y CO. MatnrUny.Scp t em her, aa, 1883. Do Sharks liltoV A man w lio used to bo a petty of ficer in the United States navy said: "Sailors know whether sharks bite or not. If thoy didn't thoy wouldn't hate them so. Why, it isn't in the nature of a sailor to bo cruel to any dumb brute; but a shaik gets no mer cy from them, for thoy know that thoy 'd get no mercy from it if it got a chance at them. You'd know some thing of how thoy fool toward a shark if you could see them haul onoaboaid. They'll torture it to death if they aro allowed, digging out its eyes with their knives, jabbing marlingspikes into it, ripping it open. 'and all that. The worst thing I over saw played on a shark was done to a very largo one that had followed U3 for several days, and that tho men got an idea was waiting for somebody to fall over board. Somo of them cvon had tho notion that it might charm a man over. It wouldn't take a hook, though it would dart at and...

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. — 6 October 1883

Tor flu The Arizona T f. JT'IC" VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1883. NO. 26: U Silver Belt THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Til riAKlZOXA SIl.YF.lt IlEt.T I Issued Saturday mornliifi,atG,ob! 01,n Coun ty, Arizona. 1'Klt.Mt OK SUnSCnirTION One Year, Four Dollars; Slv months, Two Dollars nnd Fifty Cent; Three months, Ono dol l.r and Fifty Cent Imarlably in Ad Mince. HATES OF ADYKUTISIXQ etcn upon application JOIl IMtlNTINO dono Promptly aiulatjtea sonablo 1'ilccs. Address, A. 11. 11 AUKSKY. Editor. OFFICII DIRECTORY. ; Territorial. (Jjvernor P. A. Trltlc, Prescott. Secretary J. W. Van Arnam, rrescott. Treasurer Thomas J, Rutler, Ittwott. (Superintendent ot FuMIc Instruttlon W. B Hor. ton, Tucson. Aulltor E. P. Clark, Prewolt. . buprcinaCouit-C. O. V. French, Chit! Justice, I'rcicott; nnlel II. Vi ney, Auoclate Justice, Pine alx; W. W. Hooter, Auoclate Justice Tucson. V. K. bistrlit Attorney J. A. ZahrMde, Tucson. V. S. Usnlisl-Uon S.TMhall, Proeott. Surrcyor Cencril-J. W. Itoli...

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. — 6 October 1883

-ie ! SSfe fw: A " T-Tg. THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPKIt OP HL.. CO. Saturday, October, G, 1883. Death or Col. tieorse Knapp. George Knapp, a Nestor of western journalism, died at sea on tlio 18th ult., and was buried, from his late residence in St. Louis, in Bello Fon taine ceuiotary, on the 80th of the past month. He was the senior pro prietor of the St. Louis Republican, and entered the profession of journal ism in the .office of the first paper printed west of tho Misssippi river, in 1827, at the age of thirteon years, and reruaiuod in tho sarao office, under different managements, until 1837, when be, Adajn B. Chambers and Oli ver Hams purchased tho paper of Edward Charless and Nathaniel Pas chall. Eighteen years later, his part ners being dead, ho became tho, sole owner of the the Republican, and shortly afterwards gayo Paschall and his brother, John Knapp, a third in terest each,- in consideration of ser vices tq 'be Rendered. Mr. Paschall continued to edit tho paper...

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. — 6 October 1883

V gSfe. i THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Satm-dny, October O, 1883. where contracts made for It, for advertising can be Office Hours ol Globe & San graph Company. Carlos Telo- From 8 to 11:43 a. m, 12:15 to 4 p. m., and 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. ni. and 7 to 8 p. w. Night-rate messages must bo handed In before 8:20 p. m. to liwuo prompt trans- mission over W. U. line1?. O. M. Atusox, Operator. IjOCZj 2XTETWS. The strike fizzle. at tho Pioneor was a Judge. Lomon on Wednesday. returnedtoPhcenix 11. A. Anderson has cone to San Francisco for medical treatment. John J. Safely of New York and H.r. lEmmelt of England-Mrirvsi1$jratr 3ya stage. Shipccnts cf QUC Poiuui'cn Tor the wealc, 599 bar 150,710 iiounds. TWa furnaces running! T N. H. Prico of Mineral Creek roporta th loss of, cloven calves from ft dis ease which ho thinks; is black leg. . Sammy Willofpijd, a brother of Sirs. S, M. SomorvillJ,vfh,Q has been ill with pneumonia, i3$eryirauch' better. jua" , , The report of ibS ra...

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. — 6 October 1883

1 THE ARIZONA SILVER BEIT. OFFICIAL I'AI'EIt OF. UiA CO. Matnrtlny, October, 0, 1883. THE DEAR CREATURES. Tlio timo of young ladies is divided into two parts. Half of tlio timo thoy wait for the iriaih, and the other half for the inales. The moral side of it: "And, so Miss Puller, you think Miss Johnson did wrong to go on the stage in tights?" "Indeed I do. Why, her limbs are as thin as pipe-stems." Boston Post. A young lady who visited Saratoga this summer has had seven marriago proposals from young men of sense and wealth since her return home. She appeared at the hotel dinner-tablo one day in a dress costing not over 12 cents a yard. A young girl was caught kissing her sweetheart a fow'nights ago. Her mother took her to task for such ac tionsj but the girl silenced her by this quotation: "Whatsoever yo would that iuena shonld do unto you, do yo oven 'so unto them." Tlio old lady wilted. Memories of old were brought forcibly to mind. "When does tho honeymoon end, Mr. Johnson?" ask...

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. — 13 October 1883

o til"iUll"L"lU.lil.i utmi s efca nilrnmini i UJUJlUUiaOBMMOWiQCTJB i' -nmcaMJSJHSefwstii firing Fhe ilver Belt r VOL. YI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1883. NO. 27. Arizona THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. rHKAlUZONASlLYKH IIKLT U Issued Saturday mornnigi, at Globe, Ulla Coim. tr, Anz'on.i. Tfc'UMS OV SUB3CniPTION-One Year, Four Dollnri ; SK months, Two Dollars 'and KIrtv Cents ; Three montli", Ono tlol Jar and Fifty Cent Invarlnbly In Ad vance. UATK6 OF ADVCRTISINa glcn upon application .JOB PIUNTIXQ dooo Promptly rul at Rca wtiablo Prices. Address, A. H. HAtJKNKY, Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Ckntrror-F. A. Tritle, l'rtscotf. secretary J. W. Van Arnam, Traacott. Treruurer Thomas J. llutler, Prmott. bujwrlnUnJcut ot Public Instruc'icn-W U. Hor- ton, Tucjjn. Auditor E. P. Clark, Prwcott. - .Vurjrtuit Court-XL rt, V. pa;h, CMef JuiUct, Prcsoott; Dinlel II. Pi 1.t?T A5ocil Jostles, Ptrnf ii; W. W. lloortr, Aiwhto Justitf, Tuesan. U. K. llstri;$ Aftornsy J. A.,ZbrUVit, Tu...

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. — 13 October 1883

2'i IfrUnUn iim i iMIPIWirf i JimiBiiiSifim4m TINE-ARIZONA SILVER BELT. ernci.iL r.ii'1'.it ov n,v co. HntRJV:tobor, 13, 1883. rJDlo Hunnvrny Witness. The Tucson Star says: "Those who are intimately acquainted with Smur den do not think ho is dead, neither do .they think, that he was induced to leave. They say they think ho got on ajamboice and concluded to take a jaunt, something ho has often' been known to do when drinking." , People are not so much interested in knowing whether Smurden, the United StatesuTtUuess in the Tiffany cases is living Or" dend, as the reason why the prosecution did not have him in court. It is n well known fact, aud suscepti ble bf'prcfof, that he was in Tucson on Mouday, the 17th of Sept., the day set for the trial of one of the cases of the U. S,ylS'nHauy. Tiffany, we know, was moi( ansibus that Smurden should appear as'awitncss against him, aud pealiWm,ssho,wasa(51e.todp,anvdh.Yl, thanvltnes-'present who'.wottld-udvc. sworthat'they would notobohevo Smr...

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. — 13 October 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPBIt OF U1LA CO. Hatdaj-, October, 13 18S3. HhlcttUnc a DcAinlter. San Francisco Mining Exchange. "A dispatch from Washington says that General Uuggles, tho assistant ad jutant general, refused positively to give any information about tho defal cation and desertion of Lieutenant Porter at Camp Thomas, A. T. He said the publication of such cases in jured the army greatly. The army could take care of its own bad mem bo rs, and would certainly punish all caught in any malfcasansc, but tho newspapers must not be givon an op portunity of injuring the profession of arms. Ho claimed such cases were very.Tare in tho army. It is learued, however, that strong efforts aro being made by tho military authorities to capture Porter, the disgrace of IIow gato's iniquity being keenly felt and the civil authorities are not to be al lowed to tnuke another failure. This is a sad commentary indeed. How is our army to be ruled? By an assist ant adjutant general who des...

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. — 13 October 1883

'( I r - THE ARIZQNA.SILVER BELT.I Saturday, October 13. ISf jruuMOocaisn riini:su.VKi:uiar lsYept m nie at, J r. (. Dakcs AdwrtlsJiiK Aeiiey. 65 when nmlracti foi aiheitMii;; can I'd made, lor li. . - .. .- .- Office Hours cf GIo'jo fc San-Carlos grs)!i Company. Tc!c- l'mm S to li:l" a. in. 12:15 to 1 p. iu and i Democratic tnajoritv, and it will proba I.!!! : t siu "Wtay t0 U ' " i bl-V b0 i"idombly"ovcr 18,000, . .Xiifht-iate messages mu-.t bo. handed In before h:2o p. m. to Insure pirtitipt trail uiUlouou-r W. l.'.lines. . . (J. M. Allison-; f Operator. Mr. 1'v Shanley .of MeMilleii is in town. Dan Mintf of Arivaipu was here on Fridav, lieds at Someivillc's lodging 2.') and 50 cent:). house, Attornejv.Grave's is now. .Tucson on legal business. . ' S- ' i . . t - I.cuben Wood left Tuesday morning for Camp Thomas , i ' - Not a few of our citizens take ideas- ajtf rnJJ!luro,iaiSiB t.oTE3C nTy - O m Jue llilner r,as in, Hanuverfoji, Ohio, on October 1st. Nowlon Clark is again in (il...

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. — 20 October 1883

fir? a. Vi t . f - -. . atyiJA?"' ?'' f The Arizona Silver f" VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1883. NO. 28. JlSjcjJu 1 . THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. THEAK1ZCJX.VSIL.VKU TWI.T U .issued Saturday mornings, at Ulobo, Gila Coun ty, Arizona. IftniMS OV SUBSCIUPTtOX One- Year, four Dollars; SK uiunthi, Two Dollars anil Flftr Cents; Throo montln, Ono dol lar anil" Fifty Cents Invariably In Ail- anee. RATES OF ADVERTISING given upon application 'JOB riUXTIN'Q Uono Proraptly aiulatRca nouable Prtcos. Address, A. H. HACKNEY. Editor. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Oorernor-F. A.frHlc, rreseott. Secretary J. W. Van Amain, rreseott. Trsasurer Thomu J. BuUer, rreseott. -upenuteuJ.C6 ruUJe Instruction -W. D.. Hw tori!" Tucson. Auditor E. P. CUrlc, TrMiott. Supreme Court C. a. W. French, Chlot Justice, rreseott; Panlel 11. ney, AssoUato Juttlce, Plus iU: W. W. Hoover, Auoclata Justice, Tucson. U. 8. District Attomcy-J. A. rahrhklc, Tucson. U. S. Marshal-Leon S, TUball, rreseott. Surre...

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. — 20 October 1883

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELL OFFICIAL PAPER OF 1XA CO. Saturday, October, 0, 1883. The distance from San Francisco to St. Louis, via tle A P route, is 2-140 miles F. Theodore iValtou has been s:oopcd, in England, for 150,000 up on a horserace. Newark, N. J., elects a Democratic mayor. Indianapolis, Ind., elects a Republican executive. Postmaster Gresham is much dis cussed a9 an nrailablo ltepublican candidate for tho Presidency. Cook your pork. Four hundred per fects are reported prostrate with frichina In ten villages Hear London, England. The Silver City Enterprise warns its rcadert to beware of counterfeit five dollar gold pieces. They are in circu lation. Three men were shot and probably fatally wounded in Franklin county, Va. The quarrel was occasioned by tho pulling of a dog's tail. Spain expresses herself fully satis fied with friendly assurances and cor dial explanations tendered by tho Prime Minister of France. Boss Hessiug, of Chicago, one of the convicted of the old whisky rin...

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. — 20 October 1883

- THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, October 20, 1883. Baptist Cnuncii Notice. Preaching, Sunday, at 10:SO a. in. and 7:80 p. m. Sun day School at 11:30 a. m. Singing practico Sunday.atO:SOp.m. THE SILVER BELT Is kept on filo at E. G. Dakes Advertising Agency, W Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., "where contracts for advertising can be taado for It Office Hours o! Globe & San graph Company. Carlos Tele- From 8 to 11:45 a. in. 12:45 to 4 p. m., and ? to 9 p. In. Sunday hours 0 to 10 a. ni. txA 7 to 8 p. ni. Night-rate messages must be handed In beforo 8:20 p. in. to Insure prompt trans mission over W. U. lines. G.-M. ALLisoxr Operator. XiOCiuii arxjVsT-s. Miners are generally doing assess ment work. Wo-direct attention to E. P. Kcll- ncr's "Notice" on this page. Wo have had a soaking, continuous rain for upwards of twenty-four hours. Stove pipes and chimneys should' how oo exumineu ;mu rcnucrea nre .proof. ' If you want good chopped barley go to Alex Graydon who will sell y...

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. — 20 October 1883

s mk l"S w iU tfOi. 'J5f THE ARIZONA SUVER BELT. OFFICIAL VAPES Ol" I1-.V CO. Mntnrdny, October, 0, 1883. THE BAD BOY'S PICNIC. lie SIUcMevouiily Profit by the Pre cepts of Ilia Pastor. "Say, you think of about vry thing mean thero is goiug, don't you?M said the grocery man to tho bad boy, as be camo in to show that bis black eyo bad beearAited. "Tho minister explained ttt e yesterday bow you caused him sindj'our father to lay and soak in tho water for about three hours, one hot day last summo in tho lake, and tboy both blistered their backs. Tho min ister says the skin has not stopped peeling otT his shoulders yet. What vausfd you tq play such a mean trick ou them?" "Oh, It was their own "fault," said Ibe boy, us he looked with disdain ou a watermelon that was out of season, and had no charms in October. "You bco, tho night the sociable was at our house, tho minister and some of the deacon wef e, np in my room, which they used that night for a smoking room, and while they were smok...

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. — 27 October 1883

""' ! - -- '--i L LHai - rii in n Ljl i , - mmmmmm0ummmmiitmumiiummmmiumtittmkimtmmMmmmamaKmm . 1 l'J . " HtW1 4j riTrnr at)T(7ata o mimnAv nrtmATirt - -.- uajvujcj, JtxsxxjUKjnn., DAimia.1, UJLUpiTiJ 2f , lOOtJ.C NO. 29. 51 ' "t 10, " . , - - ' (II l i H B M Ws m m-- ' -"sia. m ,, i 4r ' r - ' ' L "" "" -"-" ' ' S III..- .,-M,..- , , , , W III I , ... "' T " ' ' . TOL. VI.' ' -,, ,- ' THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. UIK ARIZONA SILYRR KELT i lneJ Saturday lnoi nllis, nt Globe, Oils Colin iy, Aruoiu.- TK'RMS OV SUHSCRIPTIOX One Vcar, Four Dollar; SK month.. Two Dollui xiul Kill v Cents; Tlireo montlm, Ono dol lar and'Kllty Cent Invariably tn Ad Vance. RATES OK ADVERTISING ghcu upon application JOB PRINTING done Promptly atulatRcit onablo Prices. Addru, A. 11. HACKNEY, Editor. OrrlCIAL DIRECTORY. Terrltorlnl. Ooernor . A. Trltlo, Prcwott. Secretary -J, W. Van Armm, Prewott. Tmaiuter Tlioma. J, llutler, i'retU. Superintcnlcntof Pullloltiiitru.tlon-W. 1). Hot ton, Tucn Audltor-E. IV Clark, Pr...

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. — 27 October 1883

A THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OF1U'I.V1j r.VIM'.It OF n,.v CO. Sfttmtlnj-, Jtber,t'8',J883. Itcceut CI1I Right? 11111 decision Tho Supremo Court of tho United Stales, by its decision in the "civil rights" caso?" fully recognizes tho sovereignty- of tho States, which lias steadfastly been denied bv tho Kemib- lican paity,and as stoutly maintained by tho Domocrats. These cases grew out of fanatical federal legislation which denied the sovcieignty of the states, as set forth in tho compact of the several states, and which created tho federal head. The government qf tho United States is of a limited cha& actor, and it is confined to the exercise of powers expressly granted by the constitution, and such, and such only us may bo necessary and proper for can yingtho tynted powors into full -esccTJlion, ami that all powers ,not thus granted, or jneces&irily implied, aro expressly rowved to tho states respectively, ahd'So tho people. Tho federal and state governments aie parts of one sy...

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. — 27 October 1883

- . tHE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, Oriohev 27, 2883. Haitirt Cnuncit No nci:. Pleaching, Smulav, iU0::5a a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day Sclioorht IliSOu. in. Singing piuctleo Sunday at (1S10 , m. cTUIE SILVER BELT Is kept on file r.t A E. C. Dal.es Advertising Agency, 05 Mcichants Exchange, San I'l.iwlsco, Cal., hero contiaets for lulvvrtlslri!? tan be niailo for It. Offlco Hours cf Gloho & San Csrlos Tele graph Company. , Fronts to 11:15 a. in. 12:15 to -l p. in., and 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 0 to 10 a. ni. and 7 to 8 p. in. Nlght-rato messages must bo handed In before 8:20 p. m. to insuro prompt trans mission oer W. II. Unas. G. Jl. Ai.i.isox, Operator. LOCii-Xj SSTE-WS. J. II. DovorciiJfis with us again. Tho jail is still without a tenant. Dr. T. S. Ilondm has returned from Pinal. Mr. and Mrs. Farquar.nnd children arrived on Wednesday. Chicko: Dhickon dinner ovefy'Sunday at'tle camoro House at 5 i. m. - .bycarnoro Jlmise at 5 p. m V LTjiomaa. Mohtgorn"eryagniri;in Uldbe. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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