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"THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
f FLORENCE. ARIZONA .SEPTEMBER 28. ISM.
Le rB.iron 'was in town this
Remember the -Railroad maetiag on
M. Marquand came iai fom Iris Taueh
C. W. Hardyweat-out to his -miues
Wm. Schmidt, of -Kenilwerth,
; iu Florence this week.
W. J. Le'Barbn, 6f Kenilworth, wca
r in Florence this week.
iohn-T. Sates, the deke of Dudley
vilre i$ in town this week.
Mrs. C.J), fleory -will leive on to-
Jnys.fay i ar-Viio-saix.
The -I .
i J tow u a t
Couuty treasurer W."i . Price -was in
Tucson this week on tusiuess.
Pete Schilling, all arouird mitring
t man, is in from Mineral Creek.
C. G Harris, mining man and post
f master at Eiverside, is in Florence.
Juan Aseto ;e.ud - family, of Terape,
v were in attendance at the celebration.
Ben Heasy; of Tucson -was "in the
, city this -week on important business.
Hon. James E. Arthur and wife were
' weleome visitors tt Florence this week.
Mr. add Mrs. Henry Brady and chil
dren came: in from their ranch this
Geo. Chittenden arid Ceo. A. Brown
(went to the Silver King on Tuesday
. on mining business.
Wm. ;BeU, tie Sacaton merchant,
made a business trip to Florence the
! forq pert of this.yeek.
W. H. 'Beard returned Wtdoesday
..- from Globe where he has been looking
after his.mining interests.
'Aguilar Arriola and family, of Casa
Grande,, were welcome visitors in Flor
. engg daring the celebration.
W. C. Truman and wife -returned to
Florence last Sunday, and will be at
home to their mm v friends.
F. M. Evacs', commercial ngesffor
'the-Southern California Cracker-Co.,
was in. Klorpnce this week.
The United States und lUtri?t
j courts will conveae in Florence on the
hrst-nronaay in tiovembn.
Miss Veda Bullock, of Mesa, was
.visiting her sister Mrs. Thos. G.
i Peyton, a few days this week.
Jesse F. Mayaew and K. Y. Kersey,
, supervisors of Final county, were in
attendance on the boar d on the ISth.
There are only aine prisoners now
confined in the Pinal connty jail, the
people of the county are law-abiding.
Joe Mulhatton, the irrepre ssable
. went out to his mines Thursday with
D. C. Trubea, expert miner .from Chi
Col. and Mrs. P. R. Brady --returned
from their ranch this week. The colo
nel appears to be much improved in
Recorder F. A. Cliamberlin has just
(-returned from his ranch near Oracle.
He reports great activity in mining in
Fernando B. Maldormdo, the leading
merchant of Casa Grande, was in Flor
ence this week looking after his ex
It is wportod t.ht Wm, H. Graham, j .
of Kentlwortn, nas seen quite in at
his ranch for several days, bit that
-he-is.now much better,
T. E. Pomeroy, agen-t for the New
York Life Insurance Co., was in lr!or
euce on Monday looking after the in
terest of his company.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m. at the
Presbyterian Church, preaching at
ill a. m.. Christian Endeavor at 7 p.
m. and preaching at 7 :45.
H. B. Ailman, who owns valuable
-copper mines at the Buttes, and P. M.
Donivan, mining expert from Indiana,
are stopping at the Floreoce hotel.
Judge C. M. Marshall returned Mon--day
from Casa Grande and brought
with him his family, who will reside
in Florence, and are now located in
the Tillman residence.
The assessed valuation of property
in Pinal county reaches nearly one
itnillion and seven hundred thousand
.dollars. About two hundred thousand
dollars more than last year.
Died At Florence, Sept. 15th, 1899,
at county hospital, Luke Smith. He
was an old resident of Pinal county,
and was in the Government service in
Cuba during the Spanish-American
The natioual independence day of
Mexico was appropriately celebrated
at Florence on the 16th aufi 16th iusts.
by all classes of Americans. When we
say Americans we mean Mexican citi
zens as well, -for all tire" true Ameai
eans, and those that-sprang from too
soil of America are justly entitled to
the name. And it does not detract one
iota from being born on Mexiean soil,
or of Mexican blood, or -under the flag
of our sister republic. 'A proper ob
servance cf -be independence of any
republic bat adds new seal, nwn in
spiration and a greater love and devo
tion to all republican forms of govern
ment. As all monarchial forms of
government are in sympathy with
others of like government, and ene
mies to republics, so should o.Uro-
puulics be in sympathy with, and celebrate-as
much as may be, all republican
forms of government that guarantee
and protect equal rights and the
greatest liberties to the people. The
I Mextatu people are never lachinp in
! patriotism. Their great slrogghj fit
j liberty Si yviars-ago, that niJe thtn
I a nation and forever freI Ou;!k rmi
tin; domination of Spain, bus -inspired
tin; in with a lova for 4ibe-ty aud in
dependence that places thera in syrn-patby-witu
ail people who are strug
gling for freedom and self government.
Te the Mexican -citizens here is due
almost entirely the success Of' the cele.
bration. Too much credit cannot be
given the Olivas band and their -coworkers
whose efforts made "the cele
bration a-euccrs. Spaee will not alio iv
us to enter into detail, or indulge in
individual mention of all "those Who
participated in the various exercises.
The city -and plaza, were elaborately
decorated with a profusion of Mexican
national colors and the stars and
stripes. Old Glory held -the pride of
place. The large "portraits of Wash
ington and Hidalgo 'were placed side
by side and appropriately craped. A
l-grand stand was erected on the -plata,
'covered -with flags and bunting, and
beautifully illuminated. On the even
ing of -the 16th the band discoursed
sweet music ; the declaration -of inde
pendence was read, the Mexican
national hymn was rendered, and
speeches -were made "by some of our
best Mexican orators. On the 16th
the large profession formei on Main
street and passed through the principle-Streets
and proceeded to the grand
stand. The procession 4s pronounced
one of the best ever witnessed in Flor
ence. The procession was led by the
brass-bend, and followed by the car of
state -elaborately '. decorated, with
yonug lid-.es dressed in national colors 1
representing the different states and I
territories, and with a titlltg repre- j
sentation of the two republics, and
thii was tfeHuwed by an appropriate I
display of merchants aad . business j
lueii, zua with various agricultural
tmptements representing the progress
end dnterests of the county. In the
evening a number of patriotic speeches
were made both in English and Span
ish, and the whole closed with a grand
display of fireworks, after which a
grand hall was given at Keating hall.
All present expressed themselves satis
fied, and no doubt retired to their
homes with a greater love for a repub
lican form of government.
S. R. Cooley watchman at the Rip
sey, was a visitor in Florence Thurs
day. Still More Counterfeiting
The Secret Service has unearthed an
other band of counterfeiters and
secured a large quantity of bogus bills,
which are so cleverly executed that
the average person would never sus
pect them of being spurious. Things
of great value are always selected by
counterfeiters for imitation, notably
the celebrated Hos tetter's Stomach
Bitters, which lias many imitators but
so equals for indigestion, dyspepsia,
constipation, nervousness and general
debility. The Bitters sets things right
in the stomach, and when the stomach
s iu good order it makeo sjootl blood
and pieuty of it. la this manner the
Uitters get at tbe seat of strength and
vitality, and restore vigor to the weak
and debilitated. Beware of counter
feits when buvif2r.
AU This Week
We Will Sell
Oranulated Sugar 15 ffis fori 00
Arbuckles Coffee 8 pkgs. f or i oo
Good Shirting Calico 25 yds
Good Dress Calico 20 yds. for
Common Bleached Domestic
25 yds. for .
Men's Suits Good Quality at.
White and Turkey Red Hand
kerchiefs each ;
Men's Working Gloves
We Give No Credit
And Ask None.
SIMOX ANGULO & Co.
Opposite Drug Store. .
A STRINGENT FOOD -LAW.
Prohibits the Use of Arsenic or Alum in all
Article's of Diet.
The law enacted by the Missouri
legislature, a copy of which wu recent
ly published in our columns, and which
prohibits the manufacture or sale of
any article in-tended for food or to be
used in the preparation of food, which
contains alum, arsenic, ammonia, etc.,
places that state in the lead in the
matter of sanitary legislation.
Laws restricting the use ef alum in
bread have been in England, Germany
and France for many years. In this
country, in Minnesota. Wisconsin,
Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and several
other -states, direct legislation in re
ference to the sale of alum baking
powders has also been effected. In
several of these states their sale is
prohibited 'unless 'tbey are branded to
rshow that they contain alum, and in
toe District of Columbia, nnder the
laws of Congress, the sale of .bread
containinr' alum hs b??n made illegal.
following arc the names of some of
the brands; of baking powder sold in
thij vicinity wLioh are shown by re
cent analysis to contain alum. House-.,
keepers and grocers should cut the lUt
out and keep it for reference :
BIKING PSWDEKS CONTAINING ALUM :
Manf. fcy Jaques Mfg. Co., Chicago.
BON BON Contains Alum.
Manf. by Grant Chemical Co., Chicago
HOME Contains Alum.
Manf. by Home Baking Powder Co., San
PERFECT Contains Alum.
Manf. by Perfeet Baking Powder Co. St.
CLOVER LEAF Contains Alnm.
Manf. by Pacific Mfg. Co., Lo Angeles.
CALUMET Contains Alnm.
Manf. by Calumet Baking Powder Co.,
The housekeeper should bear in mind
that alum makes a cheap, baking
powder. It costs but two oents a
pound while cream of -tartar costs
thirty. The quality of the powder is
therefore usually indicated: by the
Rev. I. T. Whittemoce will soon
leave for Pasadena, CaJ,,. where he ex
pects to make his future home. Flor
ence looses one of her most progressive
citizeus in his departure; Besides be
ing an earnest christian worker, he
has been foremost in every enterprise
for the best interest of Florence and
Pinal connty. The- prayers and best
wishes of many a sincere-heart go with
the "Little Parson."
The Florence br.nd rcrrnat!?r! Mr.
and Mrs. W C. Tt-uaian Mouday even
ing, at the residence of Mrs. N-. YVhit,
The bride and groom appeared, and
after an appropriate acknowledgment
aud appreciation of the music, tiie
band retired. Mr. umV Mrs. Truman
will soon ocauoy their hom on Maiu j
Deputy Sheriff Henry Lovin left
Wednesday for Phoenix, where be has
gone to bring back, conductor Burns,,
late of the Arizona. & Utah railroad,
who is charged with appropriating
money intrusted to hif care to be
delivered- to parties- in Kingman by a
resident of Chloride.
A West Virginia man named Mercer
has jnet taken on- more fat, or in other
words has just married Miss Moffat,
his fifth wife, the other wives having
been sisters- of Miss Moffat. The
other four died of consumption. There
is one- Miss Moffat left, aged 20 years.
The Board of Supervisors met on
Monday last to receive the duplicate
assessment roll. It was. prepared by
Judge C. M. Marshall and' who was
highly complimented by the board for
his excellent work.
Tli is nugget of truth, is nosing its
way through the editorial columns of
the western papers "A. child born:
the doctor in attendance gets flO, the
editor gets 0; It is. christened; the
minister gets. ?-raad the editor 00.
When it marries the minister gets $10
aod a piiisc o cake,, the editor OOfc In
the course of time if dies, and tbe
doctor gets from $100 to $500, the
minister gets perhaps another $5, the
nodertaker from $1'? to fipO. The
rditor priutaa uuWce of death and
obituary two columns long aqd gets
0000, besides lcdgv and society re
solutions, a free card, ot thanks and. a
lot of poetry, No wonder the editor
Tbose who may be wibing nice Bart
lett pears for family use can have them
from my orchard, properly packed,
marked and delivered to thestage line's
official Mesa, at $1 per box, 40 pounds
tf Geo. Schobkick.
A Wor to Mothers.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hestitate
to administer Chamberlain's - Cough
Remedy. It contains no opiate nor
narcotie in any form and may be given
as confidently to the- babe as to an
adult. The great success that: has
attended its use in the treatment of
colds and croup has won for it tlso ap
proval and. praise it has received,
throughout the United States and. in
many foreign lands.. Kor sale by
The Ray Copoer Company. Ltd.
John Kasser and Dr. T. S. Collins
returned says the Globe Belt, f rom u
trip to Mineral creek. Mr. Kasser in
forms us that the Ray Copper Co. rL'td.
has abuut forty men employed, and is
putting on all the men who app'.y for
work. Alexander Ilill, engineer for
the company, is now at the mines, hav
ing recently returned from England.
The company is doing some develop
ment work, and operations will be, en
larged bs the force of miners increases.
Bad air drove the contractors from-the
Innes shaft, which is now to-be equip
ped with a hoist and blower; The old
Ray mill has been repaired and it was
expected would be 6tastei for & trial
run last Tuesday. The run will-be a test
to determine the kind of a plant need
ed, the intention of the company being
to erect works of large eapacfty.
A system of numbering the employes
has been introdHicect' which will not
meet with favor- among self respecting
white miners. Every man. is required
to wear a metal stap bearing his num
ber, 'l'twj boieto bB liiso heoi! aiiooieU,
which (Msrhapb may not be objected to
oy tbo Xt-vii.-ii.iis, of Wtioui-Uie comr.any
fc;uloT iigood many.
The-committee on. arrangement for
the celebration of Mexico's indepen
deuedeir.r..to return, to the people of
Floeence their sincere thanks for the
valuable assistance rendered them in.
making the celebration a success.
A Washington telegram says: "Act
ing secretary of the interior has. ap
proved a change in the rules of prac
tice of tlie general, land.omce that will
be of general interest in the public
land states. It provides that when a
special agent, after investigating an
alleged fraudulent entry location or
claim, recommends the cancellation-of
such entry the claimant shall be given,
notice of the charges made by the.
agent and will be allowed thirty days
in which to ask for a hearing before,
the local officers. At the hearing, if
it is asked for, the burden of proof of
fraud is to be on the government.
Should the entryman fail to request a
hearing, the case is to follow the same
routine through the local and. general-
land omce as ali ex parte cases, and
the entryman is- allowed the right of
appeal it the decision of the local offi
cers is against him. It has been the
practice heretofore to eaoccL entries,
on the recommendation, of a special
agent without notice- to- the. entry-,
do not ob Sain " u km-
rom id ue ok
doctor kboal It.
than l torn difficulty
JUi. J. C. ilBA. towU, Maw,
No town of sizo or importance can
ever expect or hope to prosper and pro
gress unless, it,has a good live news
paper to keep the advantages and
chances of the town- before the public
of other communities.. And surely no
man can publish such a paper,- for any
length of time, unless be has tbe
hearty co-operation, and support of
every business and professional man in
the town.. No maa ever yet lost a
cent by advertising in- and supporting
bis home paper. But. many a. one has
lost dollars by, not aiding the paper of
their. io.w.n in every, way he could.
The great success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Beinedy
in the treatment of bowel complaints
has made it standard over the greater
part of the civilized world. For sale
hy Brock way 's Pharmacy .
v-3 liiiannm a h i t
et .1 L .1 t T . if S , :, ft i: i
I Poor clothes cannot me f. - s f"'fT..
I you look old. Even ptle r j f- ' A' '";' --.'' '"1 -
I rtjeektwen'tdoit.. If rffi22",.'A
be heavy and disappoint- I y 1 V VfJ
ments may be deep, but I U n a- &fiMMii:
Jj, canno, m you.loo. I j . m!LJ) DUST
Ons tbing. does- it and I ;. 1 i t'Sfj
It is impossible to look S: HH i WcW j -
young with thr. oolor- of 11 i iXSv635 Cty'
seventy years-ifl your hir. S'J TjVT VyZ
ft fiEM&P'CH If- ? -fegS
a PIT ' ' 1
r4 uj wat-v ---tzztkzt':
H peananandv postpones the n " "
I tell-tale signs of age. Used V VKKTZTZ
i: i r m i l - - -- -- - -
J...11.r k. k.fc fi I II 4
H color of youth.. At fifty your I .t'.i
fi hiif, fkav loot ss it did at 1 k :
q fitTaen. It thickens the hair r )(
i also; stops It from fal'ln I r j
n out;, and cleanses the scsip I k, 1 ;
a from dandruff. ShU we J V 4
B send you our book on the 1 r j
, j Hmr'and it D'renses?' I ! L
' iT- V iC A,tr,.,t ri-?. t 1 V
iiini u j ! in i in n u u ri i iii u liiiiil lii n
Have just opened up in the building
formerly occupied by A. F. Barker
the largest and most complete stock
of Groceries, Hardware,. Dry Goods,
Kotio ns, -Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, carried in Florence in recent
years. It Ls a fr.esh stock, bought at
bed-rock prices, and we propose to
give our customers the benefit.
Call aud be convinced..
Cattte, Hay and Crairt bought and sold. gs
SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. j:
iit- w 'tj- -tV vi '4'v v v- it?
FWRS. NICK WHITE'S
Lodgiug -:- House.
One block west of TRIBUNE Office, Flore nee; Ariz.
he best furnished, rooms in town at reason
able rates by the day, week or month.
Meals furnished if desired,
Eagle Milling Company
' s r
It is Superior to Denver Flour,
It is Whiter,
It has More Leverririg Power:
3Iakes a Largei Loaf,
Bak es Quicker ,
The Best Flow fop
For Sale by all the Grocers.
SPINAS & MONTANO,
Keep everything needed by tlie Miner, the
Farmer,' Freighter v tho Mechanic
an d by anybody else
Los Angeles. Cai!
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS,
OutralLocoilott and First-Class Service. Special1
Summer Rts. ,
ij jTri 11 1 n nri imm irrijmaamSi idiifl
NEW GOODS S-
4 PRICE 1
'iifLf 1.? Iif-iif'.i- 'i?5if'f ii" W ! t'lf -SIS'
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. for Ariscnans.
C. B1LICKE & C0 Proprietors,