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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 12 April 1884

JJjJJ THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL I'ArEK OF UIL.V CO. Saturday, April, 12. 1884. ', I ' , ffOH.1V Why Is a woman always hurried? Because she is continually bustled "libout. Why is her hnir abused? Mecaiuo it is banged and pasted. Why is she punished somewhat in the same way witches formerly were? Be-corset is so. Why does she never arquo well? Because she never hits the nail on the head. (She- can's hit the nail at all, not even with a flat-hon.) Why does she never keep a secret? Because she is not the only woman in the world. Why should she be employed in the postoffice depaitment? Becau30 sho keeps a close watch upon the males. Why is sho more religious than man? Because sho thinks when she gets to heaven her clothes will bo as good as every other woman's. Whon issholikoa fisherman? When she catches suckers." (Which is about al the time.) What is her favorite song? In the Sweet Buy and Buy. . i There i3 a quiet development of opinion in Democratic circles in favor of the ren...

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. — 19 April 1884

"iMaadWv i '(' ... --t : M ... i i- -- 1 ... . - . .-..,.....- i. , -frf ' " i v i TFT7 i" a . . TT)3 VOLUME . t & i 1 I ,.'., !" ' j.' I ' GLOBB ARIZONA, S.AT-URDAY, APRIL 19, 1884. NO.' 2. -'-'- r b tHjABIZMSJiim BEJf. ife ' Cili r.M&ilrimi Wife,6i . . rs.T?'r-s Uk.MK. XA' ! , 9 f ' .H5T" ' ' tn K-1 . i airatuKifrrioa (rizoiia, jf"r, 3ST," SNiJfcJ . , TWl' bm few WtMwihs.'.. "Wee, Months 4 t .... 00 ..Ao a oo ATerlltBC Hatea mMM known on apHMmn. SEsrPEE -.---' :r CT 0FF1CUI WIRECTQIY. Pc4t -f A5?tw?;ftMV OenUry J.W.VariAn&m, htieott. Ttwuuref-Thomw $ Sutler, r-rtjtcott. v , Surwriatendent of Rubllc Istni?tlon-W. B. Hor ton, Tucsoa, ' .Awnur-E. r. cutk, rnsott. . t . Sapmat Court C. O. W. Vronch, ,ChW Justice, PrtMott; DuiM H. PI ney, AuocUU Justlc. rho nix; Wip. P.TitijenJd AstocUt JiMtlct, Tucson. U. 8. Patrick Attortir -J. A. JUbrlsU. Tucson. U.S. JUrslisJ-Leon S. TldbaU, PrncotU Surveyor General Royal A.Johnson, Tucson U. 8. Intern Eerenue Collector Tho. Cordis, Tao...

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. — 19 April 1884

tJU THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. 3 orVICt.11. PAPER OF M UIT.A1 CO. HI Hninnlay, April; 19, 181; The insurrection in Cuba is rapidly nsjuming tlio ptoporttou of a first class revolution Charles Eeade, the novelist died in London on tho 12th. Dumhs, another KreariibYelisr, died' in INirisl)n,,Iho name day. , r J "1 - j. Another, United, States cae has, boon dismissed bj Mo Jprpsecution. TJijs makes t,hofpurth on the opening day of tke court iaJPhoouix. , . v Tho Albuquerque Journal of the' 12th makes mention of the killing of th'rco vhito inon by Navnjoes. Tho whites Were literally chopped to pieces. J." i ' T Blair's educational bill, which ap propriates 77,000,000 to bo distribu ted among' states and territories, in -.--..- i '":ll!i .. !.. .l iU prOpOlUOH IV IllllUlilUJ, JIU3 I1U39CU IUU senate.? ' ' ' - i Tmmm S , John C. Fremont is now making an effort, through tho agency of Senator, Sherman, tVatftlioruo the 4'r'esident tojappoiuUanilf.retire hiin as,- Jlajor-, General of.tlnrlfc S...

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. — 19 April 1884

atjiMrr THEARIZQM1 SILVER BELT. Hatnrcl-ty April 1 l f y " j "Baitist Cnintcii 'NOtic:. Preaching, SjinOny, nt 10 .TO n. m. Sunday School at 1130 a. in. -Prayer meeting and Blblu Htudy.Filduy, 7;30 p. in.at private icsl- dCUC4?3v . . ; r r r rfUIB SILVER DKLT lit TVt-pt im fllo at. M. K. 0. Dakes Advertising Agency, 1ST Merchants Exchange, Ban Francisco, Cal., wnere contracts lor suiycTU-iinir can do itdqforlt.t, -i' JT Wie Hours of Globe &, San. Carlos Teto- r J - J graph Company. - O .frroni'8toit:l5a.m.'t2;15tp4r. m,-aqS 7ta9b. in. Sunday hou.n V to lo'iu m. tNlght-rato message must he handed In before 820 p. .m. to I mare prompt trans mission oer W. U. lines. , ' tt.il. A.usox, Operator J. W. Boardman, loft this nlorning 'for. Wild Kyc 'J.. ' . , A Mexican is now in the lockmp for Kipping his wife. . ' - , AaiSSi anof fancy candies jusl ro ceiVed atoTflmtnilla's. v The band stand is being Vu-rpofed,' -matt" will be newly paint&L- "" i i ii Smelters in blast, anoV copper ...

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. — 19 April 1884

.V - THViRIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL rAVBR OKT uilsA t. Saturday, April, 19', 1884. O'COXIVF.IMYM DI1KL. An Eye-Witness Describe the Death1 of D'Katerre. " An account, of the famous duel,, in which the celebrated Irish orator and lawyer shot, his antagonist dead, is given to the new Boston paper. Every OtherSaturda.v. It will be re memberedfthat 6'Connell, although indulging often in the most severe at tacks on others, declined dueling, and publicly avowed this determination. This gavo rise to a charge of coward ice in Ireland a very varo and very, detrimental 'accusation. Ho was in fact a man of great personal courage, and showed .itonthe.bccasion referred. to. A gentleman named D Esterre endeavored to fasten a quarrel on himT and he vainly, endeavored to avoid an encounter. The unfortunate D'Este'rre p.-id for bis-.pervfjrsencss ,with his ,life and the still more unfortunate U ton nell expiated -his moral timidity, in not refusing the duel, with,much'mon tal anguish fdh'ft tlcath...

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. — 26 April 1884

The Arizona Silver Bejtt $ -vol. VII. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1884. NO. 3. '& ,fr ' THE' ARIZONA SILVER' BELT. Published every Saturday momlojat Globe, Gila County, Arizona, DY ait--. XX. KCKNET, Kditok atd raCntmroa. kxjuHvnxi'tthi k'.WfjhI : fta-r.....; One . MxMontn. '" Three Months.. .Si 00 ,. 'iotf AAvertUlnc Kates mni' knowii .M application. , , OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. 4 OoTrmr F. A. TrlUs, Prescott. Bteretarr J. W. Van Arnaro, Presoott t Traarursr Thomas J. Butler, Prescott. Superintendent otPubllelnstrucUon-W. B. llor ton, Tucson. , Audltor-E. F. Clark, rrescott Supreme Court C. O. W. French, Chief Justice, rreecott; Daniel II. PI ney, Associate Justice, Phoe nix; Wm. f. FiUytrakl Associate Justice, Tucson. J. 8. Dbtrlct Attorney J. A. Zabrlskle, Tucson. V. 8. Marshal Leon S. Tidball, Prescott. Surveyor General Royal A. Johnson, Tucson. V. S. Internal Rtvenuo Collector Thos. Cordis, Tuoson. Detente to Congress -O. II. Oury, Florence. Jadre of First J...

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. — 26 April 1884

K J THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT.; OFFICIAL rAl'ER UV JIIiA,CO. Mntutilny, April, 20. 1884. CR COXVICTH. Our article in a recent issue, advo cating tho removal of Arizona's con victs to eastern penitentiaries has started a discussion of tho question in some of tho territorial papers. Ifwas to be expected that objections would 1)0 raised tumour suggestion, but nev ertheless tto(, iotent reason has yet beeu advanced by dissenters from our view why tho removal of our crimi nals to penitentiaries rowote from our territory, and the abolishing of the present expensive, institution at Yuma would not bo beneficial to Arizona. Tho tabor of tho convicts, if removed to an eastcen state, could doubtless bo lefcfor a sufficient sum to pay for their keeping, thus makiug them self-supporting, and relieving our over-bur-flcncd tax n&vcr?. " A pehUcntiarytMibtu reformatory institution, but tends ratlnsrto harden the incarcerated and render him still more dangerous, to 'society thus it will bo' seen 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. — 26 April 1884

i' THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAL I'APKK OF UMiA CO. Saturday, April, 20, 1884. The Chnmplon llnt-KUlinc Hhccp. IFrom the Philadelphia Times, April 10. In the center of O'Connor's Kensing ton ratpit Inst night stood a stout, short-legged sheep, with hisneck en circled by a brass collar and his black noso sheathed in a kid muzzle. His name is "Brum," and ho was there to kill rats on a wager mado by his owner and trainer, "Stono" MeAllster. Ho tween fifty and sixty spectators wcro present. Last fall MeAllster, who is a sporting butcher, found three dead rats in "Brum's" pen. A day or two later ho saw the sheep kill a rat. The act saved "Brum" from being convert ed into chops. His owner resolved to train him. Under training "Bium" improved so rapidly that MeAllster made five matches in which the sheep was to kill rats against time The first match came off last night, Me Allster wagoring $100 that the sheep would tako the lives of forty rats, in sixty minutes. In tho Sotting tlie odd...

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. — 26 April 1884

x Wntiiii fn l'i nta' THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, April 26, 1884. Bavtist Church No note Preaching, Sunday, it 10:20 a. m Sunday School at 11:80 . m. Praver meeting and Dlblo study, Friday, "aw jC iu., at private resi dences, THE SILVER BELT is kept on Wo at E. C. Cakes Advertising Agency, 05 Merchants Exchahge, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can bo made for it. OHl;o Hours of Globe & San Carlos Tele- graph Company. From 8 to 11:45 a. in. 12:45 to 4 p. in., and 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday hours 'J to, 10 a. ni. xud 7 to 8 p. in. 4 Night-raw messages must bo handed In before 8:20 p. m. to insiuo prompt trans mission over V. U. lines. ' U. M. Allison, Operator. c-i- - ', j When is Oambrinus 'going to set up Dock.becr. Prime nnd family, havo removed to Flagstaff. " ' Charles Schotiold, left for the East on Wednesday. ... Andrew A. BeardrofETOuis was in Globo tlio present wook. J. C. Glasby, of Safford, left for home by Fort Thomas stage Monday. r The trial of S...

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. — 3 May 1884

m The Silver i &. VOL. VII. f GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1884. NO. 4, Arizona Belt THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Published every Saturday morning at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, JL. 3EI. 351 .A. C IE 3ST 33 ST , Editor atd roriroa. HUnSCKH'TIOX JI.VTKJ: One Year SI 00 Six Months 3 00 Three Months 1 50 AaverllHlue Kates made known on application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TerrltorlftU.V ., 'Orror P. A. Trltle, TrMcott.'' Secretary J. W. Van Arnam, Trcucott. 'Trsuurtr Thomas J. Cutler, Prescott. tguperlatenilent ot l'ublia Instruction W. B. Hor hoh.'tTucson. Aaditor E. I'. Clark, r-reaeott. "Wjjneiua Court Sumner IIoanl, Chief Justice, tfrMcott; Daniel II. PI ,ney, Associate Justice, l'bce snit;Wai. 8. Fitzgerald Associate Justice, Tu-son. UI. IDutrict Attorney-. A. ZabrlsMo, Tucson. V. 8. Urslul-Lcort 3. Tidball, frcscott. Surveyor General Uoyal A. Johnson, Tucson. U. 8. Iiteraal Kevcuus Collector Thoi. Cordis, Tueeon. Pelegats to Congren-O. II. Oury, e'lorcnco. JudgrcJ first Judicial...

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. — 3 May 1884

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Ot'VIt't.VIj PAl'KK OK UIIiA CO. Satnrilny, Mny.3, 188-1. OUR a-KXITEKTIAKY. Tho Silver City, (N. M.) Entorpiiso reproduces our article 'upon the cost of, maintaining AriJona'sonvict3, and contrasts tho figures (lioroin given with tho expense of keeping New Mexico's criminals at the Leavenworth, Kansas, penitontiary, which is stated to bo only thirty cents per day for each piisoncr, or less than one-fourth of -vhat it costs us under tho present ex pensive systom. Even taking tho Yuma Sentinel's figures, tho cost of feeding and clothing our prisoners is !$i'.12 a day, per capita. Hy abolish ing tho Yumu penitentiary and trans ferring the inmates to tho Leaven worth, Kansas, or somo other eastern pri!on,;)vherQ tho cost of keeping them wonltl bo no more t'lan at the lat ter institution, thcro would bo a saving of eiglity-two cents per day on each convkt, and, placing tho average term ofiinprisonmeut at ono year, tho aujourftiaVcd on each prisoner would be JjmW...

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. — 3 May 1884

tr -aT" THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Saturday, Mciy S, 1881. IUrTi3T f'ttuncn TTotick. Preaching, . Sunday, at 10SO a. m. Sunday School at 11:30 u. in. Prayer meeting and Blblo study, Frlduy, 7:30 p. m., at irlvato resi dences. rrUIE SILVER BELT Is kept on Me at I K. C. Wakes Advertising Agency, Oo Merchants Exchange, -ir.n I rnncUco, Cnl, where- contracts lor 'advertising can, bo lnado for It. Office Hours ot Globa.Jb.San Carlos Tele graph Company. From 8 to 11:13 a. m, 12:15 to i p. m., and 7 to 9 p. hi. Sunday liours 9 to 10 a. in. and 7 to 8 p. in. Nlght-rnto messages must bo handed In .before 8:20 p. m. to Insure prompt trans mission over W. U. lines. v U. M. ALi.tsoy, Operator. XjOCA-Xj aSTE-VvS- It has rained more or loss every day this week. Salo Schein has returned from San Francisco. . a i CJeorgo Holborn leaves Monday for San Francisco. i i Charlie Starr occupies tlio quarters recently vacated by Benbwokr'' - -,r, . . . T i V." i ' j ,.- Wo aro sorry to lcarir that Harry it ,...

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. — 3 May 1884

- - - III .m . ii THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIA.Ii PAI'BIt OF II,A CO. Saturday, 3Iny, 3, 1884. SPECULATION IN TRADE DOLURS. Trado dollars lmvo quite a specula tive quality in consequence of tho bill in Congress for their redemption, and the tendency of tho quotation is strong ly upward. A few weeks ago they were sold freely at 93 cents, but the latest bidding price in New York was 96, and nond arc offered at less than 98. Tho Bankers' Monthly, speak ing of the pending bill, says: "The principal objection brought against it is that the coins now remaining in this country are, for Mitf mo3i part, ,in tho hands of speculators.,who bought them up at a discount, and will reap ii profit of 10 to 15 per cent, on the operation. It is estimated that there are 7,000,000 to 8,000,000 thus held, and that as many more will come from China, but tho statistics on the sub ject are very indefinite. The Mercan tile Exchange of New York and other bpdie3have expressed themselves em phatically on th...

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. — 10 May 1884

f m mm mm mit. Globe, Gila Gftmf, ifiHotra, Y -e. 3S c 2s: 2sr s , SMT9 ASS PWUHPHtt SfUUSCRir'TlOIJ HAT: sSSte V.V.V.V." V.'.V.V.'. V.".". oo ThMAiOKtlis HO g-wiwyW. W. Via Ara, tfetwut. Traantrw-xfroiOAS J. Batter. PiiMwtt 8ariataadat of PafcBc IwUwAtaa W. JLwiitsr -X P. dark, rrepeott. fcqMW Court Shmwi Eowi, Oriel J attics, PeM&l; Oaaiai H. Pi ner. Associate Jaatiea, Fa Riv. Wa. S. fiUfciaM Aortatc Jafttae, Ttteaec. US. IKrtrict AUonK?-J. A. Zabrisaia, Tacsoo. V. S. MMrfl-Loon S. TMbifl. Pwaesrtt. Samper Qeaaral -Royal .A. J abator., Tucson. V. & ixtenvU Roraaae OoHastar Tba. Ourdw, Ociapilc io C Ingram Q. H. Oary, Rorcaaa. 4 Ftrrt Ji4idlDirtr3-Wm.A ntattM Jarc SeaacJ Judicial 0otxict-Danki 8. PSd acr, PiuanU, Jafenefhbd Jodiiid Wakiet-C. G. V. French, Gil Caturty. Judg t ftmrirt Coatt Oaaicl H. Ptoasy. CSeritafSfeark-t Coart-JBL SC. 8napp Jtafec (ratete. t Xa SkMiff-lfeasia F. Pawn. Cad afcrfiff-TluNaJ!aM. OMWWg-Bf. E. C. TaUjtr. t. Hor& Dutriet Attorney -J. D. jfcC...

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. — 10 May 1884

rr- i -irnTir'"- i' t h'th1 nTnirmini r -rr---nrrrr nn m umm. - - ; . , 800 Mormons are taid to been route to Ariion. from Utah. The Oriental Bank of Loudon )m failed for 550,000,000. Stocklwlowfi will bare to pay aH&3abieneies. Geo. at- br&feenian or Urn OtiAou narrow guage ritoee4, on Monday, fU betwtn Uteears and M killed. Charley Ard,ane of the (M .-JeMi; James gang, and brother ft&jlfr murderer of Je?se, coiwwuttefr anleiaw nt Richmond Mo.,-o!t$he-8th The Clifton Clarion states that a considerable number of persons are down with emalipox at Doming, N. M., arad one case is reported from Lorne burg. Total number of delegate to the Republican National Convention 820. So far Rseecerfauned 881 are for Bbuxe ; 295 for Arihur: 78 for Edmonds: 51 for Logan; 23 for Sherman and 12 for The Sontbern Pacific Bailroad has paid to the government $1850, the amount of the judgment against the company for cutting wood on govern ment lands. The company will hold the contractor for the...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 10 May 1884

-. ? S&1 lira - 3Mgr-yggr: -.-Trig--- . - sg gmWjWi.w'gw ij 1. k y-ossjS 1 . OWipd i3tlliPft'sfeft1 rranBiane. 3 j . . .-j.i.. .t win: Kvvtrir at W?9f a. m. Sh1&Y ItO a. m. J'r.iver meefins and Mtaay, FT&lay, ":30 i. m, at private M4- rglHB SLUY3ER BELT is kft on ate t A K. C. Bakes AdrtiinK Ajgency. wJierf contracts fr adrerHslng ea fee made for K. 0$C6 Hours of Btotw & San graph Geoeaay. Carlos Tle , From S to lt: a. in. l2?f5to 4 p. m, nd "7 to 9 p. in. Sonday hoars V to 10 8- ni. 'and 1 to 8 p. A , , ... Xighfc-rate nwssafle mast be handed hi before 82f p. m. to insure prompt trans mission over IT. U. lines. G. 11. Ai.tatos, Operator. locjSuL straws. &efj& aieyer. ireed and the vine mad district wn. OB ferred back for more oj ikm of the a-eavL A petition from retidettta of kJMfr district No. 8, praying to roogttfaeJ 19k rkvx:3 5hii& I asked the wdessor Fresh raach eggs at SomervilKs. He you seen Sdbebt's scoop hats, for kdies? Go to the Crystal Lftke ...

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. — 10 May 1884

at' Satma$ May I, X8S&. CCPXI SSJP3ETPS. Wetlrtotl In a street Ostr Am OHJcot- Bev. Virgil Norero-, a Baptist cler gyman of Atlanta, Ga, has just had two novel aMitrimonml experiences. When Mr. Noreross got upon street oar for Jamestown, where he was to perform a marriage ceremony, he found a fallow passenger, Mr. John Htcwart, a prominent batcher. who was in company with Miss Dora Ward. "Here yon are, Mr. Nercrosg," said Stewart. "I hxte been looking lor yoa ail day." rVell, what's wanted?" asked the clergyman in his quiet war. "Why. I want to get married, mo and this young kdy here. Cant you marry us right now right hare on this car?" The couple, standing op and hold ing ear-straps qc keep &o falling, rajraated the tows which made them one, to the aatoKtshment of the pas sengers. Mttdiag to Jamestown, whore he as to unite in marriage Sir. lifesrson Baine to Miss Annie Sester lie, at the residence of Hie bride's mother, he farad a large cotapany present, anxiously awaiting ...

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. — 17 May 1884

i: 4 vol. tk,. ' globb; Ajmomi&mg, m&y u, lask. so. &. - ' ' r.wjaumu iiiimiiiii a.niiiiliiMiiimiiniiiMiiii a iiiikiiTih imi' I iiwm in iiiniiiiiilwniltiinifj iiiuul u nmniiuii J ' : '-.t; I - .41P . A. XlKMl'H DfivOTIOa. I M C0'SEXHI21 SOVEXu A-Rif dm mm filobe, Ma iGounty, Arizona, -Wf- -BwwhSm'iu One Year Thrue Month. .. 8 69 Ihs Katcs ottada Jmsn ok Treawwr Utonwt J. IMfer, hswH. SafwriMMimlat Pabbc fambretttwi W. K. flte- TttQMB. i. a 1 1i 11 innw a. i . uwK, rwafi. i afac; Kb. ?. fttyrn?! Awehw JqsHm, Tmmm. V. 3. IMMnt Attorney-. A. Xrtidit, Thcms. tT. S. XKhl Leon S. nmH. .Surtvrar OeasraJ Royal A. Mwmb, Thom. PtlngAU i Cqibwi -O. II. 07, IlBrKce. J wis f Krst JMilSiNtiet-Wm. 8. FStagwald. Jwije at tjaeam 4 -Jairfal Dtetrict-Dwoiri H. Hn- Cilia CaaKfar. Judge at Wrtrtct Owt-BtuW K. rMM. CSdc ( BtartetOrt-n. 3t .Spflp. Jar of Pralnte-R. L. Lctg' SmiSBtajKuhk f. Awn. Cwa -Dr. E. C. Thrt(4r.jr. Jfow. C9mtr TiWIW- -P B. Lmqt. P65T BFF1CE TIME TABtE. Ofoe ftm veic d7, ...

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. — 17 May 1884

m i i mi!.! -- - nMiniirf fTwmifniiwmiiin i rMinii i iTimiTni m ii mi miiii i witt -wwn mmun iT-aTnwigTirinrTwwirii hiumuji aaMtiiiiawwT iimiiiiiu i i -wiiwTirTiwiniBamrTs i isii wii iiMwiiinwiwisTnniriJiiaT the mam snUB fSTrap4- Saturday, Hay 17.-3&S1. Th Indian appropriation bill mow Wore congress, a stated by Senator Dawee, aggregate $8,466,809. jawiat the tariff bill is ouLof ihai way congress will get down to more nsefol and ranch needed legislation. The statement that minora inTojn& stone threansd thatniferwith atnt k pogitiwly contcafifotfid by tho Epmjtit. Jwiah P. Benjamin, a prominoat member of Jeff De-wt" eabutet, flwm In Paris, France, May "7tb, in the 78d year of bis age. The Hudson & Go. bank snows an overdraft of 71,000 on the Tombstono branch; thus were Totubstonars un wittingly made to contribute to the of Tnceon. The Ayer saw wills, at FlagsteS; resumed work and have large or ders to filL D. W. Biordoa, eK-ageitt of the K&vajo ipdiw, has Wan ftjr po...

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. — 17 May 1884

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