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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 2 February 1884

ir j t , .1 ii i Lima ii iii i i i 1 , , " "i " """" - -. IKE worn liir&Jwdih. 1' iar-. On tlis journey ieiwsea Og )aw ia Uw te. It mam nairliwWitaitf Hwiita Quii fornku A m twi iwd &r innr wsreftB from tfct SdMThp cae fw the proMMttt ded, tbere ws and tibe of - dvMB tite mrr, Jwt tin oSMflFaw-- vayorB, wko had beu -miaii'iMlw 3teib(o&d"for some &y, ;rivd in tfae ccmirt Mill snsoa&eoi 0t Bs- tlMn,ri4Rid Judge, rising ami r0ftcfcin tt He kftt, "I da t kium Un Ft :iqr jMmk kwe.r "I twkea, Jtg, jt we none m&wv jiJMiHitBg to titfrncm. "igm Vmmp wrong box, too," Mid lite per,aid out he went iHto tii 0, Mid wg not seen is tiw jMtWkood ny more. In Ueod case the jjrLaoaer ot o? by a otacHjgfet of tlw Jndge. Thk ImpgaHort fl SMatto. Tin ms.hiMHK aolit red-hided in tlie set of .;npcdr ovn MeonUwee with tiieo&&s afAmericJUi Iw, had beea httUed oat At the siting of the cxmrt f ke man surrendered, pyad the respoasihilitj of his bondsman there enied. & was a pr...

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 February 1884

The Arizona Silver Belt VOL. VI. pats' THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. rvMNhed avery Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, BY .A.. EC. IX .A. C 3C 3fcT 3E3 "ST , Kdiioh axd Proi-mitoh. MCnMCUIlTIOX ItATEH: One Year 8 00 Six Months 4 00 Three Months 1 60 Advertising IlatcH mndo known on ppllratlou. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial, v OuTs.-iior P. A. Trltlc, ITescolt. Soorttary-J. W. Van Arnam, Preacott."' " Treasurer ThoniH J. Uutl.r, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction W. D. Hot (an, Tucson. Auditor E. P. Clark, Prcwott. Supremo Court C. 0. W. French, Chief Justice, Prtscott; Daniel II. Pliney, Ansclatt Justice, Pha alx; A. W. Sheldon, Associate Justice, Tucson. U. 8. District Attorney J. A. ZahrlsMa, Tucson. U. 8. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prescott. Surraor General Uoj al A. Johnson, Tucson. U. S. Iaternil Rercnuo Collector Thos. Cordis, Tuwon. Delegate to Congrees-O. II. Oury, Flewaoe. Jadreol First JudUixl District-A.,frV; Sheldon, Tucson, Jdre of Second Judicial Di...

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 February 1884

tottamacxicacAacisBafiM THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFKM'I.XI. IAli:it OF JII,A CO. Saturday, February, i, 1881. . Tho estimated reduction of ttie pub lic debt for the month of January is 11,800,000. It s proposed to raise $10,000,000 as" a. MetliodisC centennial jubilee of fering in 188-1. Six persons were killed and ono fa tally injured by a railroad accident at Broad Ripplo, Ind., on tho 2d inst. Kid Wade, leader of tho Nebraska outlaws,, was hanged by vigilantes Tuesday night. The demand for tho Resources of Arizona is so great that another edi tion will bo publislied. Troyvillo Sikes, who murdered his mistress, Kato Townsend, in Now Orleans, about three months ago, was tried .and acquitted las,t week. ,i Wendell Phillips, died of heart dis ease. His father who was tho first mayor of Boston, and thrco brothers died from tho same cause. Blackburn has been nominated by tho Democrats in caucus for U. S. senator. The vote on tho last ballot stood, Blackburn, 73; Williams, 57. The entir...

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 February 1884

T THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, February O, 1881. Baptist Cnnint NoTiri:. Pleaching, Sunday, nt 10:30 : in. Sundav School nt 11:S0 u. m. Pmjer meeting at pilvato res idence Saturday 7:30 p. m. TUK SILVEIt BELT Is kept on nio nt E: C: Dakes Adveitlslng Agency, 05 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., wncre contracts lor aiiverusinj; can oe inado for It. . Offico Hours cl Globo & San Carlos Tclo graph Company. , From 8 to 11:45 a. in. 12:15 to 4 p. m and I to 9 1). m. Sunday liuuu 9 to 10 a. m. mid 7 to 8 p. in. Night-rate messages must be handed In before 8:20 p. m. to Insure prompt trans mission over W, Uillncs. Ui Ms Almsoxj Operator. XjOCA.Hi ZTJZTWS. The jail is still without a tchaht. 1V (Jliarloy Holborn is still obliged to ttso crutchMi Tho cast wall of tlio recorder's of fice shows tho damaging effect of tho lato storm. Stages havo run late all this week, and mail mattor has como to hand rathor damp and wilted. Elisha Vcach has done, tixo assess ment work on tho L...

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 February 1884

t THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF UII.A CO. Mk'tmrdny, February, 9, 1884. It Embarrassed lllm. If evor I,.go into a new locality again, I will study up my geography better than I did this time; for my ig norance got mo into a most uncom fortable position. As the boat neared Sanford, I was standing with others on the deck, when a very pretty young lady camo up to ine and with a sweet smile on her face, looked into mino with a pair of lovely oyes, and asked, "Are yoii going to kiss mo, sir?" If ome onehad offered to lend mo 10 I could nothavo been more surprised, and hardly knowing what to say, and in order to gain a little time, I gasped out, "Pardon, Miss, what did you ask?" I felt that she knew I heard her, but she said sweetly, "Are you going to kiss me to-night?" There was no mis understanding her this time. I heard her, and so did others, and I felt the blood rushing into my face, and I stammered out, "I would like to ac commodate yo4.$i3s",., I w'fluld truly, but I ...

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 February 1884

m. k-t ILVER t -. J VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1884. NO. '45: V iSu- Arizona 8 BELt 91 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published ererr 8turUy morning nt Globe, .Gila 'County Arizona, BY a., sac. is: . o ic rtr s "2" , Koitoi axd rtoruiTO. SCBHORirTIOX KATKH: One Yer..i , 34 00 FUx Month..; .' aw Three Months 1 50 A.4vcrthilnc' Ratca .made known sm ppllcMt.' . " . Territorial. , Otreraot F, A. Trltle, Prescstt- Secretary J. W. Vm Arnini, Prcscott. Treasurer Thomas J. Iiutkr,- rrcicolt. Superintendent ot Public Instruction W. D. Mor ton, Tucson. ' Audltor-E. P. Clark, ProscoU. Supreni Court CO. W. French, Chief Justice, PrMoott; Daniel ll. J'l mey.-AssodaU Justice, Phoo alx; A. W. Sheldon, Associate Justtco, Tucson. V. S. District Attomcj J. A. Zalirlskle, Tucson. V. S- Marshal-Leon 8. Tldball, Prescott. Surreror General Royal A. Johnson, Tucson. U. 8. Internal Revenue Collector Thos. Cordis, Tuoson. Delegate to Congress-0. II, Oury, Horonuo. Judge of first Judklal DUtrl...

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 February 1884

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF U1I.A CO. MatanUy, February; 16, 1884. "WEST" VIRGINIA. The Tombstone Republican says 1 hero is a 'scheme on foot to restore AVest Virginia to the old state. There is no West Virginia, although it is claimed that there is a state of that name, which was organized out of territory belonging to the state of Virginia, but not in accordance with article 4, section 3 of the constitution of the United States which expressly declares that "no now state shall be v formed or erected within tho jurisdic tion of any, other state." As will be seen" from the above quotation, tho constitution of the United States ex pressly inhibits the erection of a now state "within the jurisdiction of any other state." Virginia" is -and was a political subdivision of the United States, arid an independent sovereign state when a portion of its territory ' was segregated and formed into a new state called West Virginia!- -This seg- rgaU$-$rritory was within the juris-' ...

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 February 1884

k ft! 55 NK u. V THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT, Saturday, February 10, 188-1. BAfnsT Cm-ncii XoTicn. Preaching. Sunday, at 1030 a. in. Sunday School at llSO a. m. Pracr meeting at privato res idence Saturday 7:30 p. m. rfUlE SILVEIl BELT Is kept on flic at A E. U. Bakes Advertising Agency, 05 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for adteitlslug can bo made (or It Mh Houi.ot Slab h San .Carlos Tele- n$h 'Company. from 8 to 11:45 a. m. 12:45 to 4 p. m. and 7top,m. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. m. -and 7 V) 8 p. m. v Night-rate messages must be handed In Joeforn 820 p. in. to Insure prompt trans wlMlon orer W-U.'llnes. O.M. Almsox, Operator. v" a trv.-rg. . -s - ' MiesMamio Kennedy is nursing a broken arm. X "Rube Wood left yesterday for Wash ington, D. C. District oirt iteets in 6k)bu on the 84 Monday iiQHf i X? ' 2 v-v - VtL:.iUMMnn'kiii wfc! tbnj-esi- Cf06 DM . . T-ttiie;' - dtto of the. goods m tUo- fustgpee In. Wood. ' ,f-- Henderson's reduceoT'pnces-'for all goo4tro sure ...

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 February 1884

THE ARIZONA SILVER iftLT. OFFICIAL. PAFKR OF UIIiA CO. HatHrday, February, 16, 1884. The Enterprise is informed by Mr. I. N. Cohen that the contemplated bank ing bouse for which a charter and the name of First National Bank was ap plied, will bo opened as a privato in stitution, regardless of the Jacobs' bank. The officers of tho new bank represents nearly $2,000,000 and are well known to tho peoplo of Silver City and surrounding country as pro gressive, energetic business men. Fol lowing aro the names of these gentle men: J. Freudenthal, Henry and Chas. Lesinsky, I. N. Cohen and L. B. Freud enthal. The Jacobs, who have made tho prior application for tho name of First National Bank, have signified their willingness to withdraw in favor of the above gentlemen for a consid eration, which proposition was scorn fully and emphatically rejected. The private bank will be opened about the 20th inst., or beforo the 1st of March itihertlujst. When the bank is in operation" monthly statement w...

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. — 23 February 1884

The Arizona Silver Belt YOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1884. NO. 4G, THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT.! luWk&tnl vcr. S?turUy Hfiraln? at 'Globs, Gila County, Arizona,! EV Haino. as lariuwa One Ynr 00 SixAtonNts, 2 00 Three Months, .. l 60 Advertising XtarcJ mailc known on j application. ; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. CWKar -F. A TrftJe. Proscott. gtwrrfary J. W. Van Ktaim, flnswtt. j &nttnrtnMit1nndR--W. n. Hor tOS. ItlCMtt- Auditor- r. OaA. Kraoti. j SWMtM Cort -C. C W ftwwh, CStief Justice j Krtmtt; nNtol II PI My,.Astakt JtHtwe, Hwe- j iix; Aacviai Jwtise- Tco-jO. t U. ffe3cfcMtmqr-. A. XbMAW, Tacswu ' r. & MkbU: -Lm &. T.1W3. Prawt. j Sumpar Gin awl "Kdfml A. Jahmaw. Twwn DtMgaU & CwgnC. E. Oar, Flnroue. j Jct ! net Jattdat IMto , tefc Scq Ju&AI DfaHfat-nMut K. 1- , JadgtrftWriCafltUl OL,trtei-C O. W. fnc. J Rromtt. M1 Cscnty. Jirfge ( DUtiiet Cwt -OhM H. JKsMif . Olefk 4f District Cacjt JL It. SfcF Jmigt f I;u-2. lk Uac UroMti -X.-. C C. Thw...

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. — 23 February 1884

aaaV THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT.; OFFICIAL IVVrEX OF XI.V CO. Stunlay. Feta-iiary. 23. 184. ; HVX SPOT t'Vt'W)SKhAX .0 V .Hi' . -ft - it J '..ivIim . - . j .:. ...... . ,4.n. uie UiVH- rur utpfjuuanct ou , jiin. na more marKea tna ; know we hit- living hi a -am verse j vrhere m'.isitoio turoaas vinnett tne i tOEOther A. UK- nroson: ,r f time, though it i not th maximum j period (which Is reached cvtn JUj i- 1- 4 years) tue sun -u cMvpttonaliy pot-. tod, ana on iMJcewbe? 2a were were . 1 " " 7 " " 1 l 1 10,000 bv S,000 mii i.nat tnese soior disnirtjan-jes ma-1 terially affect ti is proved I y the i ii:rnff o sfnvm nrhih cic n ,vi I 7-7ti in -JC io ' J,' the earth m ember. Jbbi. and , . .. , eacl'. other their observations, ana suggested preparation? for the event. As t'ieurieians here .veil rememlier it dnlj came to pas.. and was one the severest magnataf atormi ever known. Sun spot theorist.- also predicted the English premier. Lord ilefcl, the last Indian famine, but lie iiail.rtunate...

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. — 23 February 1884

4 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, Pebrnary 23, Battist Cm-ncir Noricr.. Preaching, Sunday, at 10SW a. iu. Sunday School at 11:80 a", in. Prayer mecling at private res idence Saturday 550 p. m. milK SILVER MELT is kept on file at X li. C. Dakus Advertising Agency. 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Gal where contracts for advertising can be made for it. Office Hours of Giobe & San Carlos Tele graph Company. From to 11 :45 a. m. 12:15 to 4 p. and '7 to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 9 to 10 a. in. innd 7 to 8 p. m. . Night-rate messages must bo liandcd in before 5:20 p. in. to insure prompt trans uuision over W. U. lines. G. M. Allison, Operator. Board of bupervisors mecl Tuesday, Iarcb Srd. L. J. Wobstor, arrived from San Francisco, Saturday 16th. -t J. J. Safely arrived in Tucson from the Quijotoae on the 18th. Rain fall in Globe, for the past seven weofcs measured over inches. Snow is still from eighteen to twen ty inches deep on the Pinal mountain. Thomas C. ancTwT C. Smith, left ...

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. — 23 February 1884

If.- r"trit 4-i'ir-i )) '.'r'-T Wi - " - 1 ' THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFi'IC'lAI. IMl'KH OF ttlLi.Y CO. Saturday, February, fill, IS8-1. Tiie women of Washington Terri t . rv arc accepting their political duties v it h becoming alucrit;. At lb re cent city election in Olympia nintty-ii'me- women voied. Their voles were about ono-third of the whole number cast. On the-Sth inst. eight women were uul on the Grand Jury in the 1st tie City of Whatcom. It was done i.t the suggestion of Chief Justice vireene. The eight women who were worn in shall have their names re- J orded here, as they were first to serve as jurors in that Territory. They are :u follows: Mrs. M. H. Mtiyhew. Mri. ; W. D. Jenkins, Mre. J.G. Powell. Mrs. j K. E. Mcl'herson, 31 rs. Ii. Merriam. ; Mrs. E. A. Vornon, Sics. E C. Tent- : iand, Mrs. L. M. Durkeo. The Court ! appointed one of the men as foreman. and the mambors elected iirs. Powell clerk. The women of Washington i Territory are to be congratulated, and the men n...

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 March 1884

OrfrtatttdMAoiM Brt-jKMMtoB- , m in MmtiimimH'mi mtmit6WB& ilyer Belt VOL. VI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1884. NO. 47. u wXZtmLlmtm The Arizona THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published tvery SatuuU.t morning al Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -HV- -A-. TEL. KCKlTB-r, Kurroa and 1'ROrciEiou. WL'UKCIUPTIOX ll.VTl'.H: One Year..., 31 00 Six Months 200 Three Months 1 50 Advertising Itnten made known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY?? Territorial. Ooromor -K. A. 'frltle, Prescott. Secretary -J. W. Van .Unaiii, Prescott. Treanurer Tliomu J. liutler, l'reicott. Superintendent of l'dblla Initrustlon W. D. Hor ton, Tucon. Auditor E. 1. CUrk, rroxott. Supreme Court C. (1. W. French, Chlot Juitlce, l'reicott; Daniel It. PI noy, AiwcliU Juntlco, Plia nt; As lactate Justice, Tueion. tt. 8. Dltrl:t Attorney J. A. ZibriAle, Tucnon. U. 8. Mriha! Leon 3. Tldtall, rreaoot. Surreyor General ltoyal A. Johnson, Tuceon, U. S. I stomal Rgreuuo Collector TUoi. Cordli, Tu.won. Dclezata to Con.voss-O. ...

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 March 1884

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL PAPfill OF UltiA CO. Srttnrdny. March, 1, 18S4. THi: LASHER RUBOLVTIOX. The resolution of condolence over the death of the Gorman statesman, Herr Lasker, which was recently passed by congress, it seems, has been received with resentment by Prince Bismarck, and tho German press which is loud in its denunciation of congress' jnedlesomeness and tho af fair, which was at first looked upon lightly by the authorities at Washing ton, is beginning to assunio a grave aspect, and threatens a severance of diplomatic relations between tho two nations. The resolution passed by congress was a simple eulogy to tho' memory of a noted man, and was of no political significance. Hut it has furnished Bismarck with a pretext to quarrel with the United States. His reply to congress aud insulting disre gard of Minister Sargent, is considered by Gov. Curtin, chairman of tho house' of foreign (affairs committee, as a wil ful and gratuitous insult. Tho sub ject tva called up...

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 March 1884

E ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, HnrclT I, IS8-1. Baptist Cituncii Notici:. Preaching, Sunday, at 10:30 a. in. Sunday School at 11:30 h. in. Prayer meeting at private res idence .Saturday -7:80 p. m. 'mnRKir.vRtiiff 1ELT Is kept on file at Advertising Agency. 05 ige, San Francisco, CM., f d k ill'fftafrlstatf untt lift JL K. C. Dakes Adv jiercuaius txcusnge, sail r rancisco, i;ai., where contracts for iiilveitlslnn can bo inailu .. II tMU 4W It 'Office Hours ol Globs & San Carlos Tele graph Company. From S to 11:13 a. m. 12:13 to 4 p. in., and 7 to 0 p. in. Sunday hours U to 10 u. m. aud 7 to 8 p. in. Nlght-rato messages must bo handed In .before 8:20 p. in. to Insure prompt trans mission over W. U. lines. (5. M. .luiwx, Operator. Water is soiling in Quijotoa for two dollars a barrel. 8now in tho Mogollon mountains is reported iivo feet deep. A. J. Kraszynski, will run a stage every nlternalo day from Globo to McMillan. Within 'thirty days there will bo through rail from tho Atl...

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 March 1884

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. AttFPICIAli rAPEIt OF G1I,A CO. Starday, March, 1, 1884. SB A BRIDAL TO EH BELAYED. A Jolly Time In a Vermont Farm houfte. While the Snow Fell Thick, ly Outnlde nnd Shut In Bride and Groom. From the New York Tlmes.J St. Aluaxs, Vt., Feb. 5. In Fair field, a little village in the heart of Franklin county, there resided, until quite recently, Miss Mariana McEnan ey, the belle of tho settlement. She had been wooed and won by Mr. Barrett, of this town. The wedding day was fixed. Mr. Barrett went from here to Fairfield to claim his bride. Vith him went several of his frionds, old and young. Fairfield happened to be somo distanco from a railroad, and the party drove to the residence of the bride's parents. They reached the hospitable McEnaney mansion in the midst of a driving snow-storm. Tho welcome to tho groom and his friends was as hearty as such welcomes customarily are. Tho bride's friends were present. in goodly numbers; and 'the wedding party as jolly as su...

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 March 1884

T-OiL. VI. &LQBE, 'A381ZQNA, BATGpDAT, MARCH. 8, 1884. $0. 48. -, AH i th-e -mBmmm im P-ttiW u i try Sfctwhy aMmtagj Globe. Bia Gojiaty, Arizona, Que Jojvt , JbrMimtfw 1M TiffseifoHtte 1 W 'AdYQcOslRS JSatos made ItBfnVH. ou apnliqatlQa. -OeTlQIAL tyAgftlmX. Gwar-?. A. l"wU. SHUgr J. W. Vaa toSM, VneaaU. Trawr-rboaii J. 8wr4 Pfiett. toft, Tucson. Audttoc K. P. (ik, &WI,t. Suapaau Cmrt-C. G. W. ftmack, Cfeut JmttT, rux; AockU Jaw tic. Tucson. IT. S. Watties Atwaay-J. A. JMirUfcift, Tows. I". s. tatri fi qattactor- !W Oanss, TllMQB. U.- UskjpWe to Coort -rO-.K-Our, Viarytar JMg f Fit JaijMat -l&faWatk' Third Jit&sal ISAlfct -T. 0 W. Awh, 31I. Cav ty. Snigt at P JMii CwHt-4la1ri H. Won?. Cteric ot Pbtefct Cmwt O- M anayp. Judge ot FralnCeB. U fader JnwrflT -Ibwu 4. .aaooe. Gkvmts Dr. E- C V&afcefcar, f". Howcfl. UWriA Attoraaf -J. D. JfeCafc. Aosoler I. B. Mafor. SMrrioei-J'. VT. Wwton.ui, Cteriw A. m, r.C. nwNct Ow. at MoarO gup awftjww ai a a W. jfrglt. CW1jf SBww...

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 March 1884

Si ma JSatnrdaj-, March, fE88jL TomparOit with Coleratle, 3tentata 'Fhare exists some diversity of opin ion among stock men, a to the relative auarits nf the northern awl southern iHenies &r stock growing. The A7jmw Gl 41a north boast of the ex ;nsv mgtt, and line streams 4 c "oHfli, MoJitana and Colorado, and produce an array of names of men who have amassed fortunes from cuttle or beep, is their favored section. Mf ert thai the ranges and cripplfMoi aire too linf - itsd to wdmitof har lite stock inter- etovar fittewiag hifge proportions, &m m.i stflt, jHyrtieularij cattle, u. moyfibj;fc86ae in our warm cHiRate, thanrin he jooler iorritories of Iba north. Wfiit,perons unfamil iar with ArtsEHia, theee aaaertiaas carry soma xrciglifc and, imihrta natulj, are strengthened and pro mnpad -by men who have lived fwJKiiitenthin our territory. En gaged In mining or eonie other jmw -mtit, which preolnded their making any extended examination, of the con m try aronnd Utem, thay have, ...

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 March 1884

f H!E1ROT SOWS Baptist Church Notice Preftiblng, Sunday, at 100 a. nu Sunday School xt dlSSOa. an. Prayur ftUng at private r lufenco Saturday 7$0 p. m. IRE SERVER BRLT is "kapt on lite at , . C. Jake Advertising Agency, 66 i -Ko)liteBseJaiB?e,Sftn Froteco, Get, HShcre ctmtnKts for advarlfeittg oui be iOtTics.Hours sf Gleba It 'San Cadss Tele iBrouiS to ih. i& to n, and to9 p.-m. Sunday k)Uierr;9 te IS a, m. andto SiKiM. , , , , , Sffght-sate uiessegea sinal be handed tu ,ln p. hi- loiiisiu prai. trai ls Jsaicto over v. iMinos.- G. M. Aixrtox, Operator. OoL Geowre E. White and wife ex- tended their hospitalities to frieuds on Monday eyening. V. C. Pines, well known in Globe, is now in Pinos Altos, Grant County, New Mexico. One of the industries of Globe for thejwtafc week, lias been knding of drift wooc, jplank &e. .... CI On Sunday evening, rluv. W. George will invite his congregation to take A Bird s Eye View of the Bible." a H. Griffith, ehatgad with grand larceny, bad a b...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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