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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. ,LORENCB.AR7zONZiEEMBEFiri8I Wm. Gould was up from Kenilworth this week. Mrs. G. V. Angulo returned from Tuc 6on Thursday. George M. Matteson was over from Mesa this week. Frank Shields went up on the San Pedro this week. Miss Louisa Kent's school in Ai-izola began lust Monday. Mrs. FannieNixoo. went over to Mesa on Wednesday's stage. M. M. Hickey returned Thursday from the Black mountain. Walter lUiley came down from tha Whitlow ranch this week. J. M. Lile starts next week for t;a.fi f.jrai to take a well earned rct, "Sheriff Truman has tnst Kurjh't iiia elf a new bur;gy. William is strictly in it. Willie Whitlow started last Tuesday for San Bernardino, Cal., to visit rela tives. Charley Foreman and Fred White re turned Thursday from Phani and Tempe. Sidney Bartleson went out to his cattle ranch yesterday to be' gone sev ens' days. Sir", and Mrs. J. E. Arthur returned "thnrsday from their wedding trip to California, Born At Kenilworth Sept. 9, 1807, to the wife of James F. Phy, an eleven pound boy. r- F. M. Evans, Zeckeh'dorf 's rustling representative,- was in town this week fromTuoson.- Judge Warner's grand daughter, from Solomonville", reached Florence last Saturday. Mrs. S. H. Summers is on the rapid road to recovery and will soon be around all right.- Miss Emma Peyton started in" Mon day at the Tempe Normal school, the term begicn'.rg on that day. Judge J. S. Sniffen, la'e District Attorney of- Gila conn.y, stili lingers i in the metropolis -of th G'la valley.- Kev. I. T. Whittemore returned Mori j day from Casa Grande, where he held I religious services th e preceding day. Eev. Chavez- was cter from Tucson this week,- but was called home sud denly by news of the death of his child. Chief Justice' Truesdal" spent last Sunday in Florence, aid created a favorable impression among our peo ple. Mr.' and Mrs. Thos. F. Jones have moved to Tucson, where it is said Mr. Jones will be employed as live stock inspector. m - C. D.-Keppy returned Wednesday from California. - Mrs. Eeppy will re main in Los Angsles until the last of the monthv Mr. E. 6. Stratton and family have moved into the James house, on Camp street, next to the Episeopal chnrch. Tucson Star-. - W. P. Dunham, the well-known min ing man, came down from Mineral Creek yesterday, - on his way to Los Angeles to'join h3s family. - Pinal county' has bee"n visited by glorious rains during the past week. The Gila river is booming and the canal is running bank full. srf" ; An ice cream social will be held at' the residence of Juan Aguilar un . Wednesday evening next. Proceeds for the benefit of the Catholic church. Mrs. Anna Lanhigan, whose ankle I was badly sprained n"veral weeks ago, j is still confined to her house, though she can walk with the aid of a crutch. B. F. Zoeekler; a'leading butcher of Phoenix, committed suicide last Wednes day ' morning by shooting himself. Business reverses and drink led to the deed. Hon. P. H. Brady and family returned Thursday from a month's outing in the Santa Catalinas. Ed. Devine and Miss Susana Morend also returned with the party. - Wmi Schmidt, of Kenilworth, re turned this week from San Francisco. While there' he met Charley Mason and Ed. Lanoue at the Cliff Hduse, ootn looking well; Miss Eeid and W. W. Wilson were up from Casa Grande "Monday to take teachers' examinations before Probate Judge Heir, W. E. Stone and H. D Cas&iday, examiners. Adolf Goldschmidt; of the Eagle Milling company, Tucson, was in Flor ence this week singing the praises of Gold Dust flour, which, by the way, is getting to be a prime favorite in the Virst of families. - FreS Merritt Charged with Murder. Associated Press Dispatch. Phenix, Ariz., Sept. 9. Fred Mer ritt, 17 years old, Jias been arrested charged with participation in the mur der of Druggist John Pratt al Gila Bead on July 31. Ever since the mur der Sheriff Orme has been searching for a red haired young "hobo" who was seen in Gila Bend the night of the mur der. To-day the acting district attor ney received a letter from Ex-County Surveyor Wm. II. Merritt, of Floreme, stating he understood his son, who was in Phoenix, had been accused of Pratt'B murder, and asking his good offices. The lad was found in hiding and proved to be the identical red-haired "hobo" for whom the southwest has been scoured. Young Merritt claims to havn been in Tempa or Phoenix at the lime of the murder and told con flicting stories. The officers claim to have positive evidence of his guilt. Pratt's nrurder was plainly participated in by two individuals. A- Ftorer.tinian in Luck. Prof. J. C. Y;4 -.'! arrived in Pin nix ' ''" week from Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, While at JIuaolulu he met A. S. Humphries, of Florence. He sent rejnmK to his old friends in the Territory. He has been fortunate since he went to Hawaii. He married a daughter of the wealthiest man on the islanJs. It matters little thathername was Miss Ah Fong. She is very hand some and her father's gold is sufficient in volume to reconcile an American to Chinese blood. Mr. Humphries enjoys a larger practice than any other lawyer in Honolulu. His monthly income from his profession is said to be $900. Back from the Grave We cannot come, but we can often stay our" progress thither. Disease, like everything elee, must have a beginning. All chronlo maladies tend to shorteiilife, and render It a species of martyrdom while thoy lost. Ma laria, kidney complaint, chronic indigestion, rheumatism all Lave small beginnings, and may be stayed at the outset with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This excellent tonic and alterative is adapted alike to the prevention of disorders of the system and to their re moval, and its early use cannot be too strongly advocated. To renew appetite and insure tranquil rest, there Is no surer and pleasanter means than the Bitters. The effects of over work and exhaust ion mental or physical, are counteracted by ft'; and the busy merchants, the tired clerk or opera tive, andnhe brain weary student, author or newspaper man, derive from it present re lief and future energy. Ad vertised Letters. - following fs a" list of letters remain ing' uncalled lor in tUe Fioreuee jx-st-oBice for the month ending August Slat, W7: - Halencia, ArtecuUia, Cox, Ygnazio, liinn. Jonney, Mnrillo, Jliur.a. Pearson. 3. B., 2. Eibera, Bitoria, Smith, James A., Canon, Cristobal, Dur.rte Frank, Mure Kcrnurdu, I. VHnjarie, Ros-irio, Quintero, Juan, S-.'koshusen, John, Sapp, John. Parties calling for above letters wilj please say advertised. Fannie Bartmcson, P. M. A 23-day run of the Empire smelter at Crittenden resulted in 250 tons of bullion of lead-.-silver and gold of the value of about T200 per ton. Services will be resumed at the Presbyterian church to-morrow. Sun day School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11. Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Mr. W. H. Merritt, a well known min ing man, is in the city. For the past several months he has had charge of the mill at Mohawk. Tucson Citizen. A narrow gauge railway is to be built from Guthrie, on the Arizona & New Mexico railway, to Morenci. The incorporators are the officers of the Copper Queen company at Bisbee. Jas. M. McGee'came down from Bloomerville this week and stated that the report of Indians in the Pinal and Superstition mountains was largely exaggerated. Quite" a number had been seen there gathering acorns, as is the caso evry year, but they were peaceable and wi-tl-d imposed. l'rkins has in a fine lot of Cured Po tatoes, warranted not to deenv. On .Monday he will have Sweet I'ota- toes, Sweet Cider and Fro'-ii Catbn? On Thursday, Fancy Ked Apples, Bartlelt Pears, Green Chili, etc. His Fresh Tomatoes are excellent and cheap! Try them. Flour has gone "out of sight. Look out for the carload of fancy groceries and canned goods coming next week. tm g a a aaeg ewiiwM wu-uswiaaaasi Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, CEEM1 MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. rree from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Wmmm A Pleasant Trip. (Prom the Ventura Independent. Chas. D. Reppy of the Florence Ari zona Tbiei'Sk and the editor of the Independent drove over to Hueneme last Friday afternoon. Mr. Reppy gazed with awe and wonder at the vast bean fields, and asked .several times what the farmers did with the beans. The universal answer was "send them to Boston." Moutalvo was taken in and the beet derrick investigated. Some of the bean fields show effects from the hot weather but to no great injury. Arriving at Ilucnecio wediove straight to the wharf ral led on wharf inger Greenwell and Judge Fred Ger berding and obtained permission to visit the warehouse's and Wharf. Charley stated that wheat aud barley was coming at the rate of 8000 sacks per day. The warehouses are nearly filled. A new warehouse is being erected on the west. It is 280 fiet j long by 60 feet wide, and the farmers I are stor!?: their rfrn'n in it although it is not completed. rome eO or 70 teams w-ere waitiu;? at the warehouse to u ;- lu..d a. There are 50 or fiftir.ee employed at the wart-houses, and L'ue ncuio is now one of the buL-icMt towns in the state. The following article from the Ilneneme l!r.Hld will pror interesting reading : "Visitors to our town are amazed at the immensity of our warehouses; some become enthusiastic and assert that not another place in California could duplicate the scene of such vast amounts of sacked grain and the con stant stream of teams hauling in 'Hue neme nuggets,' as one gentlemen termed the sacks of barley and wheat. The now warehouse, which is now be ing erected on" the west side of the wharf yard, will be a permanent affair with a corrugated iron roof and is 260 feet long and nearly 60 feet wide. The capacity of the seven large warehouses in detail is as follows : Warehouse A. . . 85,000 sacks Warehouse B 75,000 " Warehouse C and E 80,000 " Warehouse D 25 000 " Warehouse F 40,000 " Warehouse G 60,000 " Total 375,000 " "At the present timeaboutoO men are employed in various positions in and about the warehouses. This, we think, is the largest number ever put to work there at one time.-" Ear.-SheriiT Eeilly showed us around and whs as happy as a lark. lie'faised 1 an imiacst" crup of wheat ar.J bs.riey and bold his grain fur the highest tr'ces. Theeu'p Challeiiger was louding trruic at the wharf, and the wharf was Tint J with fishermen. Mr. Eej-py was ' astonished at the wonderfTi rt sources oi Vec'.ura coautv- and was delighted with our climate. Ue could not understand why there was so little known about Ventura county ; he never heard of it ia Arizona and only knew there was such a place from hav ing received letters written to him by his relatives living here. He expressed the opinion that if the attractions of Ventura county were known in Phoenix and other towns in Arizona, crowds of people would come here every summer. Mr. Eeppy left for his home Monday and remarked, as he said good-bye: "You have the finest county and the finest climate on earth. I've learned more about beans, corn, oil, wheat, bar ley and climate in one week than I ever knew in my life." The friends of the family of Wm.'H. Merritt were horrified to learn of his son's arrest for the murder of Druggist Pratt, at Gila Bend, on the 31st of July, and sincerely hope that the young man may be proven innocent. The beef contractor at Fort Huachuca claims range beef is just as good as rhoenlx alfalfa fed, and a higher per cent, to the animal when dressed, and in a little while, when the grass goes to seed, it will' be superior td Phoenix beef. Chas. F. Kuhnen told tlie writer whi'e iujoa Angeles ltst weok that he hnd sold the Mammon mine to Cali- j f'Jnia capitalists for $50,000, and that active development work would be started at once. Mr. T: S. Ingham will be manager of the property! Clinton D. oofrer, of Ohio, has been appointed Clerk of the District Court of Pima county by Judge Davis. As soon as the machinery of the Federal Court has been returned to Florence, which will be in a few days,: D. C. Stevens will be named as the clerk here by juage iioan. , A pleasant ice cream" social was held at the parsonage Thursday evening by the Society of Christian Endeavor. The sum of $15 was realized, which will be devoted to the purchase of new song dooks. 'lhe young ladies did everything in their power to make the affair a success, and succeeded admira bly. Mrs. Emma J. Guild ha as Dden ao- pointeu a teacner of the Enclish branches in the University of Arizona at Tucson. She had been employed as assistant principal in the Florence school for the ensuing term, but will doubtless accept the well deserved promotion. She will be missed by her many friends in Florence. ' PURELY VEGETABLE. Pj Family Mcii--? An tl'rrciUAl. SreCMC t for all uiise-xss ul too t-iv;j. Sumach slid Spleen, KegaUie the Liver 'I"! prevent Chilis id Fkvktc, Maum. i'-' 1 E.-nsis. Bowju. jAUMDltE AMD 'AUSSA. BAH BREATH! Ji lfh p'mwm, nothian so common, u hi -V i " I''y vT ess. it comes from li: J!,f CV "i'y correcied if you wiii m -1; y ' th" ri:Pul'v. disorder. It wUl .lo PII.CS 1 i&rzz teS' Vn?iX 'io.t puree, but a geml, auat lo nature COXSXIPATIOlf EHOIT.D Bot b. edd m a trifling ailment in fact, oalur. lesiaiKi the utnioit regularity of Ui bowels, and any darulioa. com Uiia demand paves the way often to serious danger. It is o,uit as necessary to ramn i -eftlewly. iji-r trout trie p -vere pain, m e nausea, and ."own as Sick .as SlSlMUHS .. -fsmrACTyasutJKtT s ' J. H. ZasZx CO, Philadelphia. Ta. U. S. Court Returned to Florence. From the Phoenix Republican, Sept. . Chief Justice Truesdale aud Asso ciates George E. Davis, Fletcher M. Doan and E. E. Sloan" met in this city yesterday for the purpose of ordering the removal of the seat of the Federal Court in the Second Judicial District from Solomoville to Florence. Another matter before the Justices was the ap pointment of a clerk of the Supreme Court. The Federal Court, which had beea located at Florence since the for mation of the district, was removed to Sokimouville at the instance of Justice Eouse two years ago. Upon the ap pointment of Justice Doan steps were taken to have it brought back to Flor ence. This was accomplished yester day. A strong eflort was mada on the part of Globe to secure tha court. Tha matter of the appointment of a Supreme Court clerk was not disposed of. Another meeting? of the justices will be.held, probably next Saturday, The Chinese veg-etable peddlers Kv-red a victory over the.';ity T3f Pkoe tiit in thuir firht BtJitiiioordinauce So. 2-iG i.aposiiig' a quarterly license. The oriittor-se was f-nusd defective. John H, teiiurt tin's been appointed to a positiuu in the patent office at Washington under General Ainsworth. Mr. Beiiaa will work there this winter and will leave in the spring for Klon- dyke. Mayor Adams " went to Chicago Saturday night for the purpose of en" gaging help and guests for his hotel, which will be opened on his return about ' the middle of this month. Herald." Our Mexican fellow-citizens are mak ing great preparations lor properly celebrating the 87th anniversary of the independence of Mexico on Wednesday aud Thursday of next week. The pro gramme includes music, parade, speeches, dancing, horse racing, etc. A platform will be erected on the plaza for the orators. ' Everybody invited to be present. John G. Simpson and Miss Chona An- gulo were married last Monday ia Tuc son. Both have the best wishes of their many friends in Florence, where they have lived since childhood and are highly respected. Mr. Simpson is a steady young man, and has charge of the shoe department in the mammoth store of L. Zeckendorf & Co., while the bride is one of theloveliest young ladies our town has nfc-dne'ed. tt i the wne old story and yet con stantly recurring that Simmons Liver tleguiutor in lhe beat family medicine "We hae used it in our family for eight years and find it the best medi cine we ever used. We think there is no such medicine as' Simmons Liver Eegulator." Mrs. M E. S. Adington, Franklin, N.'C "Each member of our family uses it as occasion requires." W. B. Smith, Mt. Vernon, Ky. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props. Toledo, Oh:o. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bel'eve him perfectly honorable "in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West fc Truax, Wholesale Drugjists, Toledo, Ohio. " Wuldiog, Kinnau"3fc Marvin, 'Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Cattarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. 1 Hotel Rairiona, L Angelo, EOcup. Do You Puncture Your Tires? Save repair bills and all trouble by liiling CHASE TOUGH TEEAT TIRES. Itesdst punctures perfectly, and are ns reulieut as any other road tires made. Chase TiresiRepaired 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. Trice per pair, with pump aud repair outfit: CO inch, fl3; 28 inch, $12; 20 inch, i?10; 24 inch, f9. Morgan & Wright tires, ' J6.50 per pair; Palmers, $8.50; Hartfords, T8; Diamonds, $7.50.; Established;i8S7. Eicycles, Typewriters and. Photo Stock. f AMERICAN TEA CULTURE. Hlghr Arfr tit Vie Plant rr Cnt tliatvd lu the lulled Sluti' Most people will be surprised to learn that tea .-rowing is a successful iudus try in ilijf Country, mid (.'ml the. high est prii'i-ffHi being- puid lor the AtM-r-ie.'iii product of thi. popular bv-.(;; . Secretary Wilson, of the department of agriculture, lately requested Wijliam Saunders, the veteran horticulturist of his department, to visit .he tea farm of Charles Wr. Shepard at Summerville, S. C, and report upon what he should see there. Seventeen" years ago Mr. Saun ders prepared an article on "Tea Cul ture as a Probable American Industry," which was mainly intended to answer requests coming from all parts of the country a.s to the status of tea culture in the United States. For 20 years previous tea plants had been annually distributed in varied quantities, the only purpose at that time being to en courage the cuHure of tea plauls for domestic purposes in a limited way. The cost of labor jd deficiency of rain fall were the main obstacles iu the way of making tea cultl$ successful com mercially.. T' ij,. The tea farm sisiteiFby Mr. Saunders is gently undulating "and the Eoil is mainly a sandy loam, end he found that farm to be' under perfect cultivation. The labor question had been settled by Dr. Shepard by building a schoolhouse spn the farm, inviting the people of the surrounding country to . send their children there for instruction, and in the intervals ofxhe school term he em ploys the scholars, under pay, to pick tea. , Dr. Shepard has procured tea plants from all ijjjarters of the K'ube, has experimented extensively with them and has been so jrreatly encour aged that he declared that were he 20 years younger he would plant 30 acres as rapidly as he could procure the plants. His experiments with the tea plant have been so thorough and suc cessful thatsome arrangement should be made whereby he could impart his knowledge to others'," Sniffer this pur pose he advises the'establishment of a school where the veteran tea grower could instruct young men so that they might undertake the work of develop ing the tea industry in this country. The tea from Dr. Shepard's farm sells for one dollar per pound, is of a high quality, and it is believed that his suc cess establishes the fact that tea can be grown in this country so as to be com mercially successful. . Notice of intention to build a railroad from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, a distance of 72 mileB, was filed with the Secretary of the Territory this week.' U. S. Attorney Ellinwood, the signer, states he is act ing in the interests of New York cap italists, independent of any railway system. Married In Phoenix, Sept. 4, 1897, by the Rev. Preston McKinney, Mr. L. K. Drais and Mrs. Kate M. French. The contracting parties are well and favorably known in Florence, and their many friends wish them all the joy in life. Mr. Drais was formerly sheriff of this county and when he went after a prisoner he invarisbiy mn" a snrstut o ; hence it oc?s.Uoned no surprise when it was learned that' the fair' lady had surrendered. '- i.nrii-ez. wanted in .. i i:.l.', .N. -'-i - --r liore t-..i." ii .: . :: -.1 ? riltm ed to ahsm .ntnty a ouiiau sl.eriJ, was killed on. Thursday of this week at Safford by Under Sheriff Ben Olneyl The latter aric-ted l:ai-i;ue. j snil '!i with luiri ina saloon. liar i quez jerked the six-shooter f-.-fv. n,e t.ii.oor ft bcaboatO, t-rea at nun tvvie, jumped on a horse and fled. Olney followed with a horse, overtaking' and killinff Barquez a mile frora town. Notice. T HAVE TAKEN POSSESSION OF ONE large claybank mare mule without marks or brands of any kind aud have bud posses sion thereof for more than twenty days prior to the date of this notice. That I have fur nished pasturage for said stock amounting the sum of $27 prior to the said twenty days and said charges have not been paid and I claim alien on said stock therefor. Jame" Beyme'rt, Jr., theowner, or any other owners thereof are therefore notified to como for ward and pay said charges and accrued costs so due on said stock within tendays'afterthe completion of the publication of this notice or X Will proceed to sell the same in the man ner prescribed by Act 19 of theFifteenth Leg islative Assembly of Arizona at public auc tion to pay saidcharges and all costs accrued- a2S-2t . JOHN A. EROADBECK. Dated August 27th, 1697. PINNEYIeV ROBINSON gouthwesternDepct far Chase Tires, "7 n. Stcond Awmey Phctnix, Mi PROFESSIONAL CARDS- U. U. CASSIDAY, FUiMXCK. . . iBIZOJIA. PysTiUCT ATTOK.VPV, PJ "."A I. COUKTV, t ' m ir, t. ( '...in hn. ! IIP.. 'CiL M RTT V, JtJK AND EAR. Pbeulx, Arizona-' GEO. M. BEOCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON. OHce and residence ut hospital Florence. Arl2ona- GEO. SCOTT. HTSTTrF fiV. TUP Tiff . t V T u"lio au1 Conveyancer, Dudleyville, CHAS. E. PERKINS, C. E., CIVIL AND CONTRACTING ENGINEER Correnxu.lou-o solicited. P. O. ad dress, Florence, Arizona. ROW 9 A "rxviiliar" book for Ladies, Paducah.Ky. T. P.FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADVEP.TI.- . ing Afrent, 21 Mechanic's Exohange.Sau Franaisr-o, is our authorized &?ent. This paper is kept on file at his olhoe. Sheriffs Sale. JJSDEB AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU tion issued out of the District Coart of the Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona in and for the County of Pinal, on the 12th day of August, 18OT, wherein on ttieWV day of July, 167, a juilm-nt was dot-keted in the alove eutit!l Court on a transcript from the District Court of tha First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, tn and for tha County of Pima, in wlikh said action A. .Vamlei seeker, os pi-lintiff, reeover judgment against James Wj-'ellows. as defendant, for the sum of JUijjS a itli iiiujiuat I iierec.il from July 23d, 1V7, at the rate of seven per cent per annum till paid, together with accruing: costs; I this day have levied upon all the richt, title and inter est of the said James W. Fellows In and to the followine described property, to wit:'. What is known as the Southern Belle C. S patented mine, situated in the Old Hat Min ing District, in the County of Pinal, Terri tory of Arizona, and more particularly de scribed as follows, to wit : Commencing- at a post marked S. K. M. C. L II.. No. t, 8 feet south 8 dee. east from the U. 3.'.' mineral' monument No.IV, in the Old Hat Mining; Dis-" trict, in the County of Pinal, Arizona, and runs north 40 deg. east 800 feet to a post marked S. B. M. C. No. II; thence south SO -deg. east U85 feet to a post marked S. B. it' C. No. Ill; thence south 40 deg-. west 800 feet to a post marked S. B. M. C. No. IV; thence same direction 280 feet to a post marked S. B.'. M. C. No. V; thence north 51 deg. ia inla, wost lm feet to a post marked S. B. SI C. Ko, VI ; ' thence north 40 deg. east 800 feet to a post' markedS.B.M.C.No.I,the place of begin ning; eontatnlng; 20.10 acres. The United States Patent to said mine being dated June 25th, 18S8, and numbered 11165. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the " 20th day of Sept.. 1897. in front of tha rm.r house door at Florence, in the County of Pinal, at 2:S0 p. m. of said day, in obedience to the said Judgment and e'xecntion.1 n ill sol all the right, title aud interest of said James W. Fellows in and to the above desrriV,, -k roprty ot public auction, for .nsb, to tha iL-host and bs-t bidder, to tutisfv said iudiro'eut and ail costs. -5-1 V. C. TiU.Wf.AX. Sheriff Notice for I'mOHt-ntlon. (Homestead kntry No. Hi?,. UNITED STATES LAND OFKICE, I Tccsus, Arizona, August 26, 1697.! JOTICE IS HEKEBr GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of hiB intention to make final proof In sup port of his claim, r.d that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Florence, Arizona." on October 12, 1897, viz: William Johnson, Florence, Pinal County Arizona, for th E of NKJi and SW!4 of NE'i Section 15, township 5 south, range 9 east, G ' S. R. M. He names the following witnesses to prove 1 hiscontinuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, vis: Isaac T. Whittcmore Charles F. Palmer, Peter Jl. Brady and Levi C. Herr, all of Florence, Arizona. a28-6t EUGSNE J. TEIPPEL, Register. Notice lor Publication. (Homestead Entry No. 1201.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE Tucson, Arizona. August 20, 1697.1 TVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ' foilowing-named settler hus filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be ' mada before the Clerk of the District Court ' at Florence, Arizona, on October 5, 1897, viz:' Andrew Samsky, Florence, Pinal County Arizona, for the W'4 of NE'i and El,' of NWfi section 28, township i south, range 10 east. G. ' S. R.M. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove hiscontinuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Charles W. Fuller.' Joseph Vi'.lar, Charles A. Eitsch and Nicholas W hite, all of Florence, Arizona. a28-6t ECCESE J. TEIPPEL, Register"'