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THE FLORENCE TJUBUNE
" PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. JULY 31. 1SOT. C. Y. Tillman returned to Globe this week. Sidney Bartleson went out to his cow ranch Thursday. Prof. G. D. Ostrom has been appointed principal of the Yuma schools. Recorder Chamberliu leaves Sunday f er an outing in the Santa CataHnns. Miss Annie Whitlow and 1,1 r. J. E. Arthur drove over to Mesa Thursdnv. Miss Maude Brown, of Phoenix, is visiting her sister, Sirs. Cha,s. 0. Car penter. The Tempe News says last Tuesday j night was the hottest ever experienced ! at that place. - j Druggist Hitchcock passed through i Florence Thursday 011 h's w:iy to his home iu (ilo&e. J. S. Sniifcn, ex-District Altorney of j Gila county i-uiui; i;on 1 stag-e from IJ'.obe. The family of Jlon. V. R. Hrady will go into the Catalina mountains reit week for an outing'. Sheriff Truman went over to Phoenix Tuesday with a eassy man named B. F. Rafferty, hooked for tbe asylum. Mounted Inspector Henry Brady, who has headquarters at Lochiel, is "here visiting his father's family. E. P. Illggins and D. J. Beasley, em ployes at the Sacaton Indian agency, came up from that place Thursday. Jesse and James Brown have opened up quite a large body oi rich copper rock in a mine near the Henry strike. A. F. Barker having purchased the Devine residence moved his family into the same on Wednesday of this week. J. D. Thomas left Thursday for Santa Monica for the benefit of his health, which has been ailing for some time past. C. C. Hockett has purchased the Florence and Mesa stage line and now controls the through line from Globe to Salt river. Since W. S. Sutherland took charge of the Occidental Hotel in Tucson it has become a popular place for Pinal county people. The young child of Mr. :-:il Mrs. Chas. O. Carpenter -is lyintr- very ill. The father was telegraphed fur arid ar rived from Globe last Sun lav. M. J. Nugent, after his relief from official duty as superintendent of the Territorial prison, will take charge of the S. P. R. R. hotel at Yuma. J. D. Thomas has purchased the ruins of the old Lile store, on Main street, which it is said he will turn into a liv ery stable, after being rebuilt. M. L. P. Gould, a cousin of Jay Gould, died in Nogales the other day from alcoholism. ' His remains were taken east by Chas. J. Wimple. M. D. Wickersham, formerly a clerk in the Tombstone post office, was re cently appointed U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama. Rev. I. T. Whittemore left Tuesday for Prescott and Big Bug. At the latter place he expects to establish a mission of the Presbyterian church. Marshall Brockway celebrated hiB second birthday last Monday and a number of his young friends called and made the occasion a very pleasant one. Mrs. Davis and three daughters, from San Bernardino, Cal., passed through Florence Thursday for the Whitlow ranch, where they will spend the sum mer. Constable ' John Westfall, of Casa ; Orantle, win in town sevcra1 i'.nys this j week. Ilis tirotlier George sinrts soon for Clondyke, and John will join him in the spring. j Mabkikd In Florence, July 2fi, 1807, by Probate Judge L. C. Herr, Mr. Casi miro Arvizu and Miss Maria Villanueva. The Tbibune extends best wishes to the newly wedded pair. M. M. Hickey, J. H. Hopkins and Charley Foreman were out on a pros pecting trip this week, and brought in some rich rock which they discovered near the Bipsey mine. - Ed. S. Gill, formerly editor of the Republican, but who has been connect ed with Eastern papers for the past four years, has been appointed Clerk of the Court by Chief Justice Truesdale. D. C. Stevens, it is said, will receive the appointment of Clerk of the U. 8. and District Court from Judge Doan, which will give general satisfaction, as there is no more popular man in the community. On Wednesday last Mrs. Emma T. Thomas celebrated her 6Gth birthday at her residence in the Western Addi tion," and a number of friends were charmingly entertained at dinner ifl onor of the occasion. The United States Court. From tho Los Angeles Times. A triangular fight is on in the Second Judicial District between the towns of Florence, Solomonville and Globe for the honors and emoluments of the United Slates Court for the district. Solomonville )3 the seat of the present court. Whether the United States Court was removed therefrom Florence a year ago out of pique, as has been charged, or not, it is a fact that just prior to the removal the Court Com missioner at Florence practically upset Jtide House's plans pertaining to the prisoners arrested iu connection with tho notorious Florence canal case, and Judge Rouse ordered the removal to Solomonville. The novel spectacle is now presented of each town claiming its own county is the worst and violates the Federal law the oftcnest, and makes the most United States cases Solomonville claims the most eases for a year past, Florence tho most at the last court, and Globe that the Indian agency, twenty-eight miles away, is the botiroe of must of the cases, wherefore i loin, fehoulj lie recog-tiix-J. Solomon ville has a railroad connection, but a shell of a jail ; Globe is a very inaccessi ble, owing to a hard fctage trip from either of the other counties, but lias a good jail and probably the uiobt crim inal cases. Florence is twenty miles fro.n the railroad, but has the largest eourthouse and the most secure jail. Furthermore, the town is the home of Judge Doan, the McKinley appointee to the judgship, which in itself goesa good ways iu such a matter. It now looks as though Florence would get the plum. Miss Uirdie Hard wick returned Wednesday from Prescott, where she had been in attendance as delegate to the Grand Lodge of Good Templars from Florence Lodge No. 9. She was elected Grand Deputy Marshal. Judge E. J. Edwards passed through town Monday on his way from Globe to Phoenix. He has just been appointed District Attorney of Gila county, vice J. S. Sniffen, resigned. It is said the latter will return to Florence. Last Monday a number of friends of Walter Bailey gave him a pleasant sur prise at the residence of his 6ister, Miss Slollie Long, being in honor of his six teenth birthday. The evenit)2 was de lightfully spent with conversation, re freshments and dancing, the music be ing furnished by Prof. Olivas' orches tra. Tom FlannUraa. who came within an !,cu of being disgraced by being elected 'o the Tin-born Legislature from- Murieopa county, has bee.i in Florence several day this week, lie has been retaiued rs atturnei fur Del Ci. Ijo.v in jail on a csurjii f ui-mlcr- j He is a bright young atiorney ana will make his mark. The entertainment given at OoldCeld in honor of Mr. Stevens, the rescued miner, and the brave men who liberated him, resulted in a most enjoyable time to the participants, and a subscription paper circulated at that time netted f 30 for Mr. Stevens, which was handed to that gentleman, and he left a few days ago for a visit to his family in Denver. Meeting of the Society of Christian Endeavor Sunday evening at 7:30, led by Mrs. F. M. Doan; subject, "Practi cal Religion," based upon extracts from 1 Kings, 7, 13 to 14 ; Acts 18, 1 to 4, and Mark 9, 1 to 3. The Eudeavorers would be pleased to hear from any one not a member of the Soeicty any sug gestions as to what is considered practical Christianity. The examination of Charles Colbath aria Joseph Chrain, charged with hav ing stolen $1000 from an express pack age on July 9, from the Geronimo and Globe stage, was held before Justice of the Peace Temple in Globe last Friday and Saturday. The hearing was inter rupted on Friday afternoon by the with drawal from the case of District Attor ney J. S. Sniffen, who took exception fo the ruliiiir of the macistrate. The Board f fitp(;rvi'i'rs thereupon em ployed fJeo. J. Woneman to pruftecate thecrise, and by consent of V. T. Kubert-!-n, atiorney for tbe defendants, ad journment was taken until Saturday afternoon at 2 :M o'clock to allow Mr. Stoneman to familiarize himself with the law and the facts in the case. The prisoners were bound over to appear before the grand jury in the sum of $1000 each. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free .from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Change of District Attorneys. From the Globe Silver Belt. On Friday last J. S. Sniffen handed in his resignation as District Attorney to the Board of Supervisors, which they accepted, and on Tuesday appointed E. J. Edwards to the position, to fill out the unexpired term, till January 1, 180D. ' There were three applicants for the appoiutment. Geo. J. Stoneman was first in the field and secured a fine en dorsement. There were about fifty names on P. T. Robertson's petition, representing a large amount of taxable property. Mr. Edwards'-petition was less formidable in names and represent ed more wealth than either of the other petitions. There were present at the meeting of the Board when tbe question of the ap pointment was taken up,Chairman Chas. T. Martin and Supervisor David Devore; Supervisor B. F. Pascoe being absent from town. The chairman, more as a matter of form, read' the petitions and then asked Jlr. Devore how he voted, who declared 1 himself for E. J. Edwards. The -haii"-nian then said the clerk, "Recti! j my vote the' same'-' the rfrewtrran'rt.T agreement U J been carried out and E. . I 1M .yards was the legally chn&en Dittti i 't Atlui'iicy of GiUi county, to be clothfcd with all the poweri and imbursed with all the emoluments of this great office. Unique Law. A new law in regard to marriage, which went into effect in New Jersey on the 1st inst., will certainly not be gratifying to prospective grooms and brides who, while not residents in that State, may have their reasons for wish ing to be married in it. In brief, the groom in the presence of the county clerk must give to the bride all infor mation concerning his business, and the bride must tell the bridegroom all about herself, while both must answer nine questions and produce witnesses to answer tea more questions. These relate to the antecedents of tbeparties( the length of their courtship, whether engagement is public ; how long has it continued ; whether either has ever been married before, and if so what has become of the previous spouse, etc. Until all these questions are answered under oath and verified by witnesses, no license will be issued. The purpose of the law appears to be to prevent irreg ular marriages". Sheriff Truman returned from Phoe nix last evening and brought the news Liil A. F. Sb'-'.' niuji . oi the I r.j j Press, had been appointed .Su j-erinteud- J eut of Public InM ruction and J. A; I : Kurt.: citizen member of the Ikiard o i I t'onfld. JMh excellent ti wintments, j Thou, liaiey arrivv-J ia the city ti-is morning from Mineral Creek, Pinal county, where he Is working gome lead mines. -. He says he has large bodies of the mineral and work is being done on a substantial business basis. Tucson Citizen. A letter was received in Phoenix this week from Vf. H. Buck, who Bailed for Honolulu a month ago. He and Charlie Mason, formerly of Florence, have es tablished a collecting agency in the Hawaiian capital and are said to be do ing well. The Southwestern Stockman state that 209,836 head of cattle i were ship ped out of Arizona' in 1896, and 24,097 killed at home for homo consumption during the same period. The value of the cattle shipments of 1896 is placed at $2,520,000. A searching party has left Mesa jn quest of Gordon Hunsaker, who left his home a month ago on a trip across the desert and nothing has been beard from him since. It is feared that he was lest and perished from thirst. Phoenix Gazette. The Bulletin nominates Horace E, Dunlap, of the Arizona Range News, for secretary of the Live Stock Sanitary lizard. Mr. Dunlap is Piuineotly qu iVi fled for the position and lie is a mt:n who would toistt the approval of ci'.'Jlej- nien everywhere. The town of Cas Grande lost severs1 citizens yesterdav, a parti- tav!n been formed to go to the Alaska gold fields. Among the number were Ueorge West fall, Ed. Drew, Wm. Stiles, Bob Hughes and John Dolan. The party left last night for Sah Francisco, from which place they - will take the first steamer for the north. They intend traveling overland fron Juneau to Dawson City, hauling their effects and provisions. Phoenix Gazette.' A cattle owner of Globe who had been trying for over a month to get a reply from the Live Stock Sanitary Board in reference to strays' sold and advertised, finally sent his claim to a resident of Phoenix who appeared in person at the office of the Secretary and demanded payment. The Secretary having no excuse for further delay, sent a blank to the claimant to fill out and promises upon its return to prompt ly remit the amount due. We are pleased to leirn that the arduous duties devolving upon the Secretary are for the time being so far lightened that he can find time to occasionally consider the claims of stockmen against the Board for strays. Silver Belt.' " jPUIiELY VEGETABLE. Ths Cheapest, Purest anj Best Family Medi-cin-i n the world I An Effectual Spfchc for all discasis ol the Liver, Stomach and Spleen, Regulate the Liver and prevent Chills a.d 1 itvm, Malari ous FkT,R5 UllWHL t-OMl'LA'NTS, RlSTLE. Nrss, jAUKBICa AMU Nausea. BAD BREATH! '-.dTlfl,", !,nP,t!t, nothing so common, u take Sii i ? 1 t eMa'r :ted if you w,l( r, ,v R"V- Do not neglect to tL ly for ti! rcPu's've disorder. It will alto urow y kx appetite, complexion and general health! PILES! Hr.w many torture day after day. makinir life D""hS hn'" Rto i no drastic, violent purtc, but a gentle assUunt to nature. COXSTITATION SHOULD not be regarded m inning ailment in fact, nature demands die utmost regularity of the bowel,, ,d any deviation torn this demand paves the way. often to serious danger. It u tl'Jite as necessary to remove impore accumulations from the bowels as it is to eat or sleep, and Bo health can be exoected wWi a i:one liaoit ol body prevail. (ilCRflEADACHEl This ditrm arTVictum occurs most frenuently. TV (list-.Tban-Tr nf the oi:!ft h, arivntr f:,jni the h.'-iMneiiy aliened coRter., ra-iscs s eeie pain in e.e he;?, a roaipan:ed willi a,i-.. ten! 'e nausea, anil th; cot iutuies w'nat is pop-jiariy known as bitk raadarti- tV.r the relief of w.'iich lAtfS biMMUM LMZX KiGULAToK Off MliDICINB. HANVFACTVSID OSXT BY f J. H. ZJiUXK CO., PhOadslphia, Pa. A Solendfd Machine. The following letter is published without comment ; nbne is needed : Ceapabral, Ariz., June 7, 1897. Weber Gas & Gasoline Co: Kansas City, Mo., Oentlemcn The. 10 H. P. Geared Hoist you sent us has been in constant use since May 23rd, and is doing every thing guaranteed by you with perfect satisfaction. Besides hoisting the ore and waste from the shaft with three 8-hour shifts sinking, it is kept' very busy hoisting water, and has never been cooled off since we put it np and started it going. We were then 53 feet deep, and we are now 108 feet. It will consume about 10 gallons every 24 hours of G5 degree gasoline, but I think when we can procure the 74 degree gasoline the consumption of fuel will be less. . The engine hoists the loaded bucket with two men on top with apparent ease, starting loaded as easy as any engine can possibly do. I consider the Hoist a complete success, and should I again have use for another engine this would be my choice. Respectfully yours, . 11. J!. Hansa. j P. . This engine wjs r-nt trt 1 r-.d " t -.; -tin. r '1 -: ever having Seen a e tsulics i-a;i:ii? in!tiera- j 'i'n t-efcire. .Nether of tut? parties rrnv rv.tiuin t :c ll il-.t had ever had any experience with gasoline, and neither are professional mechanics. A Newspaper's Enemies. t From the Press and Priuter.1 A newspaper without enemies is scarcely deserving of friends. The vi cious and lawless never like a bold and fearless newspaper, and every self-respecting publisher should be proud of his enemies. First and foremost is the man who owes a newspaper an honest debt, and will not pay it. Then there is the ambitious mortal who wants an office and complains because the news paper can not consistently champion his cause; he is quite likely to become an enemy. The man who wants to shape tbe policy of the paper and is not allowed to do so, is surely an enemy. But the meanest enemy of all is a man whom a newspaer has befriended, and who deliberately condemns the sheet after securing from it all the assistance bo possibly can. The newspaper can to some extent respect an open and avowed enemy, but an lngrate under any cir cumstances is beneath contempt. An experienced Alaskan miner gives this it of sensible advice to those con templating a rush into the gold fields of tha region: "Now, a word t'o all these peniile who are a-'ettintf ready to rusri off to Alaska just now. Tlie, man n haUrUi trom i.ti-eoa the lil oi .March, If-'i.'S. will be .as far advanced cm tbe 1st i.f April, ll'S) so fur rs the Clondyke dijfginga are sjoucwred, as the man who tarts to-day. And the man woo starts next March will live here for $J0 a month in comfort during tho Winter, while the man who starts for Alaska now will pay $5 a day for poor grub,' have no chance to earn a cent, suffer from cold and storms, and next April be ready to work for the man who waits until next March to start." Two Armies-the Regular and Irregular. To which would you prefer to belong? The regular, undoubtedly. The irregulars are, admittedly, the most numerous, but they are in a very undesirable state of no-liscipline. Hostetter's Stomaoh Bittei-8 will soon remedy this want in a disordered liver or bowels. Biliousness manfests Itsslf in yellowness of the skin and eyeballs, sour breath, f ui-red tongue, morning nausea, discomfort in the vicinity of the liver, vortigo and sick head acfie. Hosts of people saffer thus. These signsof insubordination to the governunceof health, together with on irregular condition of the bowels, are soon regulated by the Bit ters, which also overooines malaria, dyspep sia, rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness aud kidney trouble. As a means of checking pre mature decay, hastening convalescence, and mitigating the inllrmaties of age, tl great tonic is without a parallel. fiotei ftAKon'a,' Ls Angels; 660 up. v Do You Puncture Your Tires? , Save repair bills and all trouble by riding CHASE TOUGH TREAD1 TIKES. Resist punctures perfectly, and are as resilient as any other road tires made; Chase Tires Repaired Free of Charge During 1897, If delivered at our store. If your dealer, hasn't them in stock we will deliver to you express paid if cash accompanies the order. Price per pair, with pump and repair outfit: 30 inch, $13; 28 inch, $12; 26 inch, $10; 24 inch, $9. Morgan & Wright tires, $6.50 per pair; Palmers, $8.50; Hartfords, $8; Diamonds, $7.50. Established 1887. Bicycles, Typewriters and Photo Stock. Prof. Brown returned this morning from u vii.it to the Grand canyon and will at onee make an active canvass for the ofiicu of Superintendent of I'tiblie Instruction, which he is confident he will s-fceure. rl'hoenix Herald, 29ih. Parties from Mammoth give encour aging rerlorta. The Mohawk has de veloped unlimited ore bodies and they are Baving the gold. They could have done that long ago with intelligent and experienced management. Tucson Star. A steam threshing machine from Mesa, which is a road motor as well, is doing considerable work in this valley i at the present, time. When it passed down Main sreei Wednesday many thought it a long-looked-for railroad, train. The safety of Gordon Hunsacker was assured by the receipt of a telegram at Mesa last evening, saying that he was safe and sound at El Plomo, a Sonora mining camp, about twenty miles be low the line, almost directly south of Tucson. Tempe News, 29th. A railroad from Bisbee to Nacosari, In old Mexico, is assured in the near future. Although this road will be constructed by the Copper Queen com pany, with the main object of facilitat ing the working of their recently ac quired copper properties in Sonora, it wiil nevertheless greatly aid n the de-. velopment of the country along its line and give a great impetus to general trade and travel between the two re publics. A man named Rouse married a wo retan named Kixcom in Missouri a year or more ago, and now the vi ife is bringing- suit for a divorce. She alleges that it was bad enough to have the pB,3crs announce ti:e wedding ns the Kixcom-Rouse nuptials, but it is more than she can bear when her husband insists upon naming her son Kixcom A. Rouse. The wife will probably have the sympathy of every mother in Missouri. The following are the members of the new House Committee on Terri tories: W. S. Knox, Massachusetts; P. B. Low, New York"; Case Broderick, Kansas; Laron Fletcher, Minnesota; M. GriflQn, Wisconsin ; W. T. Fcote, Jr., New York ; J. A. Hemenway, Indiana ; W. S. Mesick, Michigan, Bepublicans ; William McAleer, Pennsylvania ; A. J. Hunter, Illinois ;. John A. Moon, Ten nessee; John W. Crawford, Texas; James M. Griggs, Pennsylvania; M. A. Smith, Arizona and H. B. Ferguson, New Mexico, Democrats. Recent developments in the King of Arizona mine, the fabulous discovery at Camp Gleason, Yuma county, show an eighteen-foot ledge, which expert and conservative mining men estimate will average $150 per ton, and many place the average much higher. A nar row streak two feet in width carries more than $1000 to the ton. The won derful reports which have been sent out regarding this discovery, and branded as sen&atioual exaggerations, have ia no wise been overdrawn. It is the great est strike of re-'er.t years. Trjltin Ills Dcst. Visitor--Why does your husband shut liimni'lf irp in his room so, for hours u u time? Wife Oh, der John. Same one said he didn't look a bit like the baby, and he's up there making faces in the look ing glass. N. Y. Press. State of Ohio, City of Toledo,) - Ltjcas County. f . Frank J. Chekky makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catabrh that cannot.be enred by the use of Hall's Catabsh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Decem ber. A. D. 1686. j SEAL. A. W. GLEASON, . Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials,free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo Ohio. jJtSold by Druggists, 75c. PINNEY & ROBINSON, Southwestern Depot far Chase Tires, 17 N. Second Avenue,lPhcer,K, Aril Progena- Barometer. "Il'im! This town is tttintr more n '.y. T!;ji ;:s are looking Tip," ho re marked as the train stopped at a small t'.v. a in MiSi-jiaijiai. . "Stow d. you nwikethat out?" 'S-f the crowd of loafers near the station?" "Ye..;." "They are the tflrometer of progress When I used to go through here ten years ogo, the whole town would loaf the livelong- day ut the little station. IVo 6n? can appreciate what real, gen uine bona-fide lotting is unless he has been in certain parts of the south. We use the word in the north, I believe, but it loses il3 significance when imported from the torrid climates to our north ern air. Loafing means in the south too lazy to think, too lazy to speak, too lazy to stand. I say this town has pro pressed because you will observe that not more than half the inhabitants are loafing in the vicinity of the statieet." Detroit Free Press. PROFESSIONAL CARDS- . H. D. CASSIDAY, Florence, - - AaizoNA. DISTRICT ATTOHNEY, PINAL COUNTY Office in the Court House. DE. ANC1L MARTIN, JYE AND BAR. Phenix, Arizona. GEO. M. BEOCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence at honpital Florence. Arizona. GEO. SCOTT. JUSTICE Public OE THE PEACE, NOTARY and Coliveyauoer, Dudieilie CHAS. E. PEKKINS, C. E., C1ITIL AND CONTRACTING ENGINEER Cnrresiwm.lenee wulieiu-d. P. O. adj cress, Hoit-nee, Arizouu. ri.-iul luuLtr UtUltiiug Association. TTlorenoe, Pinid County, Arizona. I.T. Wbittemobs, President, C. D. Eeppy. Vice President. It.C. Steveks, Treaurer H. D. CASSinAY, Jlecretary and Attorney . Piroctors: Rev. I. T. Whittemore, C. D. Reppy. H. I). Cassiday, D. C. Stevins, J. M. Lile, C. G. Powell and R. T. Bollen. Offiee: With H. E. Cassiday. Directors' regular meetings, firs Monday in each month at 7 o'clock p. m MESA, FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE. Three Trips a week- Daylight Travel, Leaves Mesa 5 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrives at Florence at 11:30 a. m. Leaves Florence at 1 p. m., arriving at Globe at 6 p. ra., the following- day. Leaves Globe 8 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrives at Florence at 11 a. m. the following1 Hay. Leavfa Florence for Mesa at 1 p. m. Arr rives at Mesa at 6 p. m. Stages stop over n Ight at Riverside. Good accommodations given the traveling ptthlie.' Stages connect with stages for Dud ley villa, Benson, Mammoth, Oracle and Tucson Johnson Bugs. Agents at Mesa. Louis Sltltah, Agnt at Globe. ; ; ' B.C. Step en 8. AgeoiatFlorer.ee. Notice of Forfeiture. TO FRANK FIELDING McCAFTREY, DET CEASEDfj TO HIS HEIRS AND ALL WtfO CLAIM TITLE UNDER HIM : . .. You are hereby notified that I, the under I BtOTinfl. tiRvn ttXTttmflnrl thm tnm nt nna tinm-- rtrt dolUm In lnhor and ,-mloT.Tnri!t upon the "Cousin No. 1"' mining clnira, belni; th asssmiMit work thereou for tha vear it twing the work required to hold the sauio. The said elnim in situated in Superstition mining district, Pinal county, Antuna. If, at. tho expiration of ninety days after this notice, you fail or rofuseto vy your proper-, tion, if-i0.0-J, of the exi-iiiiiture asco-owi.fr, your interest in sai d elaim will be forfeited to me, and you will also ;pay the cost of this advertisement. 1 - SAM THORPE. Dated June 12th, l.'!97. jel3-3mo My address isGoldfield, Arizona. Chas. E Perkins Denier in General Mnr-l.nrw1.M. Plain and Fancy Groceries are my Specialties, Mine, Farm and Ranch Supplies, Hay and Barley ; Farm Prod nets Boug-ht and Sold. Fresh Fruii s. Vegetables Butter ana &gs always on Hand. PEIDE OF ; -:-DENVER FLOUR,' The finest in the land. A fine new stock of Candies and Cigars. All goods guaranteed new and fresh. If you "cannot think of any thing to eat," this hot weather, cull and look over my stock of Delicious Meats. Fish, Vegetables. Fruits and Condi ments. Goods delivered to any part of the City. Prompt atten tion given orders by mail. Or ders for city delivery taken evury morning.