THE FLORENCE TPJK
B CHAS. D. REPPY.
ONLY PAPER IN FMAL. COUNTY.
FLORENCE. ARIZONA. DECEMBER 4, 1897.
Entered at the Florence postoifico as sec
oml closa mutter.
The A. P. A. as a nalioiutl organiza
tion has collapsed, bat they haven't
yet heard of it iu Tticsoti.
Is mentioning the poisonous produc
tions of Arizona in the way of tarantu
las, centipedes and Gila iiiouisU-rs, let
us not overlook the deadly Mesa wine.
It would be well for the hunters who
are slaughtering "moan tain sheep in
the Superstitions to note the fact that
the law provides a stringent penalty
for the act. Besides, none of the
mutton was laid upon our table.
A railroad conductor was fined $50
t'le other day a I'hcenix for shooting
and nearly killing a tratnp. He says
he didn't see the tramp when he shot.
A man with such defective eyesight
should not have charge of a train.
That man Brann is kicking tip a ter
rible stink with his Iconoclast over in
Waco, Texas. Already two men have
been killed on account of scurrilous
articles in his paper, and there are
' enough duels on hand to last all win
ter. This thins of being mistaken for a
' railroad superintendent is getting
monotonous. Last week in Los An
geles the Tribune man was addressed
as Mr. Nevin no 'ess than half a dozen
times, and one individual ia particular
was quite confidential. Santa Fe se
crets came near leaking out.
The territsrial papers are respect
fully requested to note the 'fact that
the flourishing mining camps of Jlam
lDOtU aad Shuitz are in Pinal and not
Pima county. Their attention has been
repeatedly called to this, and they
don't want to let it occur again.
The authorities at Fronteras, Mexico,
have allowed the Black Jack gang of
train-robbers and murderers to escape,
suppooably by bayiDg their way oat.
Fronteras is notoriously the worst
. place in Sonora, and the officials there
' were probably envious of the bandits'
A special dispatch to the Chicago
Journal from Washington says: "Judge
Wm. R. Day, assistant Secretary of
State, has been offered the. portfolio of
Attorney General to succeed Judge Mc
Kenna, who will resign Thursday of
this week to take the place of Justice
Field in the Supreme Court."
Dos't forget the adjourned Buttes
" reservoir meeting at the Court House
next Thursday evening. It is to be
hoped the committee appointed to
solicit subscriptions towards defraying
the expenses of Rev. I. T. Whittemore
to Washington will be ready to report,
as the time is getting close when that
gentleman should take his departure
in order to effect the desired result.
In'a contribution to Harper's Weekly
Charles F. Lummis supports the con
clusion of Mr. Hedges that the cele
brated "Mesa Encantada" was, is In
dian tradition asserts, most certainly
inhabited. Incidentally he argues for
the intrinsic reliability of Indian tra
ditions, alluding to the extreme ac
curacy which, they bestow, not only
upon the circumstances recorded, but
upon the actual words in which it is
handed down, from which no deviation
is permitted, and citing examples of
the marvellous retentiveness and
-method of Indian memory.
i Oub next President, William J. Bryan,
-gives the following analysis of the
vote in Nebraska at the late election :
"In 1893 the fusion electors, represent
ing the Democrats, Populists and Sil
ver Republicans of Nebraska, received
au average plurality of 13,060 over the
Republican electors, and a majority of
8143 over all. This year the fusion
ticket had 13,818 over the Republican
candidate and a majority of 11,326 over
all. This gain e759 in plurality and
of 3233 in majority was secured in spite
of a decrease of 30,000 in the total vote
polled. Gold Democrats polled less
than half as many votes this ysar as
It costs only $50 to shoot an unarmed
tramp, but a newspaper man who libels
an official has almost a sure thing on a
term in the penitentiary.
Genkkal JIii.es, in his report to the
secretary of war, advises the aban
donment of Tort Whipple, tind PreRcott
"sassicty" is r.11 broken up in conse
quence. The President has appointed J. W.
Crumpacker, of Indiana, associate jus
tice of the New Mexico Supreme Court.
There are a good many crum-pnekers
now ia that territory and one mure or
less cloesa't signify.
IiEipy, of the Florence Tkikuke, who lias
recently pone over to the Democracy, misses
David B. Hill, and ho seems to feel as loiie
conie as would bo liiurli Jack In bull without
Je&se James. Nogales Oasis.
Ylth a few exceptions the above is
correct. Keppy h:is not gone over to
the Democracy; he is merely a Silver
Republican, willing to co-operate with
j the Democrats so long as his own party
has abandoned its principles and the
Democratic platform btands for a
policy that he considers for the best
interests of the people. He neither
misses David B. Hill, G rover Cleveland
nor any other gold-bu-j Deaiociat who
assisted in making McKinley president,
and would not care if they vent to
; n B!ack Jack aad jesse James in the
bad place.Otherwisethe 0.isis comes
very near stating the exact truth.
A pupil in the Phoenix Indian
school, a fall-blood Pima, writes as
follows in the Republican :
' Our clear-sighted superintendent,
lion. S. M. SlcCowan, has struck a key
to the situation by inaugurating the
brick making industry at this school;
$5,000 worth of brick have already
bei-n manufactured, and the brickyard
is still a scene of bustling activity.
The barn, now nearing completion,
and the bakery, recently begun, arc
being built of bi Ut matin fact u rod by
the boys. The proceeds from this
valuable industry will be applied to
the purchase of a children's VjrryaU,
new band instruments, a printing press
and a school library costing not less
than $500. There will be a more far
reaching result than the immediate
benefit to the school ; for the Indian
lads are recognising that the soil of
the desert is peculiarly adapted to
conversion into comfortable, civilized
dwellings. May the day hasten when
other strong friends will arise for the
worthy, peace-loving l'ioms and Mari
copas friends who will see that their
reservation receives the water neces
sary to make it a home for civiliza
tion." The editor of the Williams News,
himself a teacher, truthfully says
"During the school days the parents
should be very careful how they speak
of teachers before children. If there
is any fault to be found with the teach
er by parents it should be talked ia
private and net in the hearing of the
children. They are wonderful imiia
tors, and if they hear anything of the
kind they very naturally will do the
same, many times injuring both teach
er and pupils, but the pupils most.
Teachers, as a rule, are competent or
they would not be employed. Tbey
have a great responsibility on their
shoulders, and parents should do all in
their power to help them, instead of to
hinder. It would be well to consider
this subject carefully, and to co-oper
ate with the teacher and pupil in their
work. The result will be better work
Prof. Edwin Walters, the eminent
archaeologist and geologist, at the
head of a party of scientists, has been
investigating a remarkable -deposit of
human bones in the northeast corner
of the Choctaw country, in the Indian
Territory, which were discovered by
workmen - nearly a year ago. Prof,
Walters makes -the astonishing an
nouncement -that a prehistoric battle
was fought here, in which from 60,000
to 100,000 warriors were killed. The
area of the tract iu which this vast
number of bodies lie buried has. been
determined, by sounding and digging,
to be thirty acres in extent. It has
been ascertained that there are be
tween 2000 and 2500 bodies for every
square acre, i'rol. w aiters maae ine
discovery that nearly every skull was
pierced with one or more spear points,
or broken in with stone axes, and that
some of the bones bad been cleft with a
The low price of silver has driven
from this country many mining men
of enterprise who are seeking new
fields for operations in our sister re
public. Mexico is just now reaping
the benefits which should accrue to
our own people, but which by unwise
legislation has been directed else
BLACK JACK BANDITS.
Captured at Fronterns, Mexico, and Buy
Their Way to Liberty.
Bim;k8, Ariz., Nov. 27. Three mem
bars of the notorious Black Jack gang
are now ia jail at Fronleras, fiftv miles
southeast of this place, and the au
thorities are wailing for the necessary
requisition papers to arrive to bring
them over the line. This is part of
the gang that held up the Atlantic &
raciflc train at Grant station a few
The gang started across the country
for Mexico after the hold-up. They
reached the La Mcrltu. custom house
four days-ago, thirteen in number, and
had their onUit inspected, paid the
duty and after taking a few drinks
passed en into Mexico. Three of the
L'ar.g, Jc,s Williams, a 00usin of Black
Jack, Tom Anderson and an unknown
man rode into Fronieras on Thauksgiv
5nf dW and taking a few drinks
Stril'tPr trt c'irt, .i .
... ,JU UI, t.Je ,own Tilt.v ,
were surrounded by over a hundred
Mexican guards and captured, bound
hand and fool and brought before the
magistrate. Over $0,000 in currency
and coin was found on their persons. "
The governor of Sonera, has notified
the authorities at Fronteras to hold
the prisoucrs and turn them over to
the United States as soon as the proper
papers are obtained.. Thereat cf the
gang are close by in the Ajo mountains
and it is almost certain they will try to
release their companions, and a lively
fight is anticipated.
Bisbec, Ariz., Nov. 29. Word was
brought here fnis evening by a line
rider that the three train robbers, Jess
Williams, Tom Anderson and an un
known, who have been ia jail at Fron
teras since Thanksgiving day, had
bought their way out from the Mexi
can officials. and ware again at liberty
with the rest of Black Jack's gang in
the Ajo mountains.
A posse of deputy United States
Marshals left here to-day for Mexico
in pursuit of the Tobbers. County
Sheriff Scott White, several deputy
United States Marshals, and Special
Agent Dodge- of Weils Fargo Express
company; ere here. Special OSHjot
Thacker of that company will arrive
tomorrow. They are formiiDg another
posse to leave here tomorrow. A
courier is expected in from Fronteras
tomorrow, when further parl:euiar3
will be known.
The most frightful accident in the
histor of the Atlantic & Pacific oc
curred on Monday evening at 5 o'clock
nine miles west of Williams, resulting
in the death of the veteran engineers,
Jamej Watscn and Frank Newton, and
Fireman Bert Sperry, alt of Window.
Fireman T. J. Ford of Window received
several wounds, one fracture likely to
cause death. Conductor T. J. O'Kelly
of Winalow received' several scalp
wounds, which may result in death.
Three brakemen, Foster, Johnson and
Gillespie, escaped without injury. The
iojss to the-aouapany is estimated to be
nearly a quarter of a million.
Main Street, adjoining Teibuxe Off.ee.
KESRY IV. BRADY, - - - Proprietor.
CbojjKtnt Beer, Pork and Si-jtlcii
Kotie- lor Pubiieatisn.
(florae atoad Entry So. 1778.)
UNITED .STATES LAND OFFICE, I
TtCbcK, Arizona, Nov. 1U, 1337. t
TV'OTICE IS Hi'.EEBY G1TEN THAT THE
following-named settler has filed notice
of his intention :to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Itrhter and Receiver Unit
ed States Land Office, at Tticson, Arizona, ou
January 3, 1898, vLt: Byrou 1). DeN'ure, of
Casa Grande, Pinal County, Arizona, for the
SWJ-i section 20, to wnship 0 south, range 6
east, G. and S. B. M.
He names the f ollov ring witnesses to prove
hiscontinuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Wiliinin J. Schulze of
Sacaton, Arizona, bdq. Alphonco Price and
William M. Shaughne:y of Casa Grande.
Arixoi.a.and Archie Kyt n of Arizola, Arizona
EUGENE J- TillPPEL. Register.
Notice lor Publication..
Homestead Entry No. 1723.)
UNITED STATES Li. ND OFFICE, I
jTucsoM, Arizona, Nov. 10, 1807. V
NOTICE IS HERERT Gj VEN THAT THE
- following-named settlor has filed notice
of his intention to make fiLaal proof in sup
port of bis claim, and that s aid proof will be
made before the Register an d Receiver Unit
ed States Land Office, at Tuenon, Arizona, on
January 3, 1898, viz: William Shaughneisy
of Casa Grande, Pinal County, Arizona, for
the SWU section 25, township 0 south, raugre
5 east, G. and S. E. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
hiscontinuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: William J. Sclmlze,
of Sacaton, Arizona, and Byron B. DeNura
and Alpbonso Price of Casa Grande, Ari
zona, and Archie Kyan of Arizola, Arizona.
EUGENE J. TK1PP1SL, Register.
Warning people not to buy any cattle or
have in their possession belonging to those
brands. 80, WL, HB or horse shoe P unless
sold by. my agent J. M. McLellaa.
7.3m H. WuiTPoan.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE 1
XucsoH, Arjzouu, huv. 4, LtyJl.)
"Notice is hereby tfiven that the Norman
Mining 1 Hilling Comi any, whoso post
office mUlress is San Francis;o, California,"
have, throus'n William R. Stona, their at-'
torney In fact, of Florence, Pinal County,
Arizona. maJoappllcatlonforaUnitcd States 1
patent for the Norman No. L Nancy. Extcn- '
sion and Dividend lodes, respectively 1471,
15n0, 1M and 1470 linear feet in length, and
Dividend and Extension millsites, situated
iu the Eipsey mining district, Pinal County,
Arizoiu, and designated by the field notes on
file in this oHico as Mineral Survey No. 1261
A and B, said lades cud millsites being de
scribed as follows:
NOItMAN KO. 1 LODJS.
Bcjriu.'iintr at Corner No. 1, identical with
Corner No. i of location, a sandstone 21x11x5
inches, set 13 inches In tbo ground, with
mound of stones, chiseled 1-1X1-A ou side f ac
i tig t his lode, whence the N-.rt h west Corner to
Section IS, Township 5 South, Range 11 East,
bears Nort h 63 degrees 20 minutes Etist, 2057
fact; tbence North 5 decrees 15 minufoy West,
600 feet to Corner No. 2, identical with Cor
ner No. lot location, a'taialstono 21x10x3 in
ches, set It inches hi the ground v.ith mound
of stones, chiseled 2-12il-A on side fiicius
lode; thence South 84 decrees 8S minutes
West,l470 feet to Corner No. 3, identii-al with
Corner No. 2 of location, a ssndstoue 20x10x8
inches set 15 inohea iu the ground with mound
of stones, chiseled 3-12bl-A on side facingtLis
lode; tlicuce South jdegreeeri minutes East,
5U0 fect toCornor No. 4, identical with Corner
No. 3 of location, a pine post 3 feet long, i
inches square, set Id Incites hi the ground
with mound of stones serilied 4-12Q1-A on
side facing this lode ; thorice North 81 degrees
56 minutes East, 1171 feet to Corner No. 1 and
place of beffhmhtg.and containing 20.08 ncros
The original location was recorded in Book
12, Page 603, February 2, ISit,.and the ameud
ed location July 14, IV, in Hook 15 Page 29,
Records of Mines in the offioe of the County
Sacorder of Plunl County, Arizona.
Beginning at Corner No. 1, identical with
Corner No. 4 of location, and Cornor No. 4 of
Norman No. 1 lode of this Survey, heretofore
described, chiseled l-12&lrA, ou side facing
this lode.whcncetboNorthwest quartcrCor
uer to Section 18, Township 5 South, Range
11 East, bears North 84 degrees 3 minutes East,
UJX feet; thence North 5 degrees 15 minutes
West, 580 feet to Corner No. identical with
Corner No. 1 of location, and Corner No. 3 of
Norman No. 1 lode of this Survey, herein be
fore described, chiseled 2-1241-A on side fac
iug this lode; thence South 70 degrees 40
minutes West, 1500 feet to Corner No. S, iden
tical with Corner No. 2 of location, a pine
post feet long. I Inches square, set IB inches
in the ground with mound of stone scribed
S-i2ijl-A on side facing this lode ; thet ce South
5 degrees 15 minutes East, 575 feet to Corner
No. 4, identical with Corner No. 8 of location,
a pine post 3 feet long, 4 inches square,-set 18
inches lu the ground with mound of stones
scribed 4-I2GI-A on side facing this lode;
thence North 71 dc-grefes 12 minutes East, 1410.5
feet to Comer No. 1, the place of beginning.
and containing lO.id acres. The original lo.
cation was recorded February 2, 1802, in Book
12..Pageti07, and the rjr.ended location July
14, 18S7, in Book 14, Puge 31, Kecords of Mines
In the office of the County Kecoxder of Pinal
Besim-iing at Corner No. 1, identical with
Corner No. 3 of location, a quartzite stone
2-1x10x8 inches, set 12 inches in the ground
with mound of stones, chiseled 1-1201-A, on
side facing this lode, whence the Northwest
Corner to Section 13, Township 5 South,
Range 11 East, bears South 85 degrees 20 min
utes East, 1515 feet; thence North 5 degrees
15 minutes West, 600 feet to Corner No. 2,
identical with Cornor No. 2 of location,
i qunrtzite stone 21x10x10 inches, set 12 inchc.
in the ground with mound of stones, chiseled
2-12i;l-A on sidefaciitgtliislode; thence South
72 degrees 14 minutes Weit, 1500 feet to Cor
ner No. 3, identical withCorner No. 1 of loca
tion and Corner No. 2if Kormaa No.1 lode
of this Survey, herein before described
chiseled 8-1231-A on side facing this lode;
thence South 5 degrees 15 minutes East, 600
feet to Cornor No. 4, identical w ith Corner
No. 4 of location and Corner No. 1 of Norman
No. 1 lodo of this herein before described
Survey, chiseled t-2iil -A, on side facing this
lode; thence North 72 degrees 14 minutes East,
1500 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginn
ing, and containing 20.S1 acres. The original
location was recorded September 20, 1&3I, in
Book 11, Page 41, and the amended location
Suly 14. 1897, iu Book 15, Page 82, Kecords of
Mines, in theofSceof the County Kecorder
of Pinal County, Arizona.
Beginning at Corner No. 1, identical with
Corner No. 4 of location. Corner No. 2 of Nor
man No. 1 lode, and Corner No. 3, Extension
lode of this Survey, herein before described,
chiseled 1-12S1-A on side facing this lode;
whence the Northwest Corner to Section 18,
Townshii) 5 South HangeltEast. bears South
84 degrees 58 minutes East, 3001 feet ; thence
North 6 degrees 25 minutes West, 600 feet to
Corner No. 2, identical with Corner No. S of
location, a sandstone 21x14x5 inches, set 14
inches in the ground with mound of stones
scribed 2-1281-A on' side facing this lode;
thence South 84 degrees 33 minutes West, 1470
feet to Corner No. 3. identical with Corner
No. 2 of location, a granite stone 21x10x8 In
dies, set 14 inches in the ground with mound
of stones, chiseled 3-1S01-A on side facing this
lode ; thence South 6 degrees 25 minutes East,
(SCOfeet toCornor No. 4, identical with Corner
No. 1 of location, Corner No. 3 of Norman No. 1
lode and Corner No. 2 of Nancy lode herein
before described, chiseled 4-1231-A on side
fnoing this lode; thence North 84 degrees 23
min-.:tes East, 1470 feet to Corner No. 1 and
plaee of beginning and cont aining 20.24 acres.
The original location notice was placed on
record September 20. 18tti, in Book 14, Pago 40,
and the amended notice July 14, 1SS17, in Book
15,Page3t, Record of Mines in theoffice of the
County Eeeorder of Phial County, Arizona.
Beginning at Corner No. 1, identical with
Corner No. 1 of location, a pine post, i feet
1 1 I WflHT
You will find one coo pea.
Inside eack two onnte
and two coupons laxlile each
four ounce bag of Black
wtll'a Cnrltsira. Bay a bag
o this celebrated tobacco
and read tho coupon v?h!ck
glTea a list of valuable prr
eufct and bow to get them
k ,. A.
J- 1VL LJL-B:
Is always on hand to attend to the
wants of his customers. His stock of
. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and
Shoes, Notions, c-te etc., is full and
complete, and he will not be under
sold by any merchant in Florence.
If you cannot find Goods and prices
"to suit you in my large stock then
you are indeed hard to please.
V?!? if 'i: 'l " '' w
long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in the
ground, with mound of stones, spriljed 1-12!1-B,
on side facing this claim; whence Corner
No. 2 of Survey No. 12M A, Nancy lode, bears
South 20 degrees 15 minutes East, 37,70 feet ;
United States L. II. No. 1, bears South 7 de
gree 25 minute. E:ist, 346 feet; thence
West 4il feet to Corner No. 2. identical with
location monument No. 2, a pine post 4 feet
long, 4 inches square, set 13 inches in ground
with mound of stoma, scribed 2-12S1-B on
side fating this claim; thenee North 1 cegrc-e
30 minutes East, 406b feet to Corner No. 3,
identical with location monument No. J, a
pine post 4 feet long, 4 inches square, set 18
inches in the ground with mound of stones'
scribed 8-I231-B on side facing this claim
thence East 423 feet to Corner No. 4, identica
with Corner No. 4 of location, a pine post
feet long, 4 inches square, eet 18 inches in tb
ground with mound of stone3, scribed 4-12?il
B on side facing this claim; thence Sout
4MJ feet to Corner No. 1 the place of begin
ningandeontamlug4.63 acres. The oi isma
location was placed of record November 24
lhSl. ia Booh 5, Page 88, and the amended
location July 11, 1597, in Book 5, Page 301,
Miscellaneous Iwccords, in the olfice of the
County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona
P.cginning at Corner No. 1, identical with
Corner No. 1 of location and Corner No. 1 of
Nancy Millsite o? this Survey herein before
described, scribed 1-1201-B on side fac
this claim, whence Corner No. 3, Extension
lode, Survey 1201 -A, hears South 22 degrees 23
miuute3 Est, 38,181 feet United States L
M. No. 1, bears South 7 degrees 55 min
utes East, 340 feet ; thence East 4)33.7 feet to
Corner No. 2, identical with Corner No. 2 o
location, a pine jxist 4 feet long, 4 iuehes
square, set 18 iuche9 in the ground with
mound of stones, scribed 2-1261-B on side
facing this claloi; a palo verde tree 18 inches
in diameter, bears North 51 degrees West, 12
feet, blazed and scribed li-T. 2-1261-B
thenceNorth 46S.7 feet to Corner No. 3, identi
cal with corner jno. 3 or location, a pine post
4 foct long, 4 inches square, set 18 inches in
the ground, scribed 3-12C1-B ou side facing
this claim; thence West 40G.7 feet to Corner
No, 4, identical with Corner No. 4 of location
and Corner No. 4 of Nancy Alilisite herein
before described, scribed 4-1281-B on side
faoing this claim; thence South 406.7 feet to
Corner No. 1 and place of beginning and con
taining 5 acres. The original location was
placed of record November 24, 1334, in Book 5,
Page 69, and the amended location July 14,
1807, in Eook 5, Page S02, Miscellaneous Ke
cords, in the office of the County Becordorof
I'iual County, Arizona.
Total area of mines and millsites 83.75 acres.
The moan variation of the foregoing de
scribed mineral locations and millsites is 14
degrees 12 minutes East.
The Nancy mineral location is bounded on
the North by the Proddueer and on the South
by the Ancient Mariner; Norman No. 1 is
bounded on the South by Norman No. 2, and
the Extension on the North by the Higliiund
Chief and on the South by the Waterloo.
The IProduuesr, Ancient Mariner, Norman
No. 2, Highland Chief and Waterloo are un
surveyed. There are no conilicts.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Mines or Millsites embraced
within mineral Survey No. 1201 A and E, or
surface ground thereof, are required to file
their adverse claims with theKcgister-of the
Uuited States Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona,
during the 80 days period of publication
hereof or they will be barred by virtue of
the provisions of the statute.
EUGENE J. TEIPPEL, Kegister.
First Publication November 13, 1S07.
0 NO OTHER.
- M. LILE.
W W 'if Vi? 'ttft?,?
Sheriffs Sale. .
H. K. JACKSON,
M. W.fHARTi;!t AND' MARY
--tva 'i'" f5i i .r-ta :-w .
jJXUER AND.' EY VIKTCE OF AN ORDER '
of sale; and-docrse of foreclosure -.
issued out of the District Court of the -County
of Pinal. Territory of Arizona, on the
27t h day of October, 1697, in the above entitled
action wherein H. H. Jackson, plaintiff
obtained a judgment for $S7C. and interest'
together with accruing costs, 'and decree or
foreclosure against M. W. Harter and Mary
E.Haiter. his wife, defendants, as appears
of record, I am commanded to sell all that
certain tract or piece of land situate in the
County of Phial, Territory of Arizona, par
ticularly described as follows:
The north half Ci) of the7north west
quarter Q,j of Section two (2), townslj
five Cd) south, range nine (9) east, containing;
eighty (SO) acres, with the tenement, he
reditaments and appurtenances thereto be
longing. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the
2Sth day of November, 16S7, at 11 o'clock la
the forenoon of said day, at the Court
House door, in Florence, in said County and
Territory, I will in obedience to said order -of
sale ond decree of foreclosure sell the -above
deocribed property or so much there
of as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff' .
judgment, less credit of 8116.65 on September -1st.
1697, to the highest and best bidder for
cash, in gold cola of the United State.
Florence. Nov. 4th. 1897, County of Pinal. .
Territory cf Arizona.
WILLIAM C. TBUMAN,
Sheriff of said County of Pinal.
Kotice fop Publication.
(Homestead Entry No. 1881.)
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
Tccson, Arizona, Nov, 10, 1697t
JTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THB :
following-named settler hn. fi!.. ti .
of his intention to make final proof In sup- -port
of his claim, and that said nmnt .ill k. .
made before Kegister and Receiver United
States Land Omee. at T.icsnn. 4 ..
January 3, 1898, viz: Alphonso Price of Casa '
Grande, Pinal County, Arizona, lor th. SKW
section 1, township 7 south, range 5 east. G
and S. H. M.
He names the following witnesses to nrn.. r
his continuous residence upon and onlfl- -
vationof said land, viz: William J. Sehulx
of Sacaton, Arizona, and Byron B. DeNuro
and William M.Shaughnessv of Casa Grande. .
Arizona, and Archie Ryan of Arizola, Arl- -zona.
EUGENE J. TRIPP EL, Register. -
Desert Land, Final Proof.
HVoiice for Publication.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, I
Tl-cson, Arizona, Nov. 10, 1897. (
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Wiiliam J. Schulze of Sacaton. Pinal
County, Arizona, has filed notice of intention -.
to make proof on his desert-land claim No.
2555, for the N!i section 27, township 6 south.
range 7 east, G. and S. R. M. before Register
and Receiver Uuited States Land Office at .
Tucson, Arizona, on Monday, the 3rd day of
He names the following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation of 'i
said land : A lphonso Price, Byron B. DeNure
and William M.Shaughnessy of Casa Grande. -Arizona,
and Archie Ryan of Arizola, Ari
zona. EUGENE J. TEIPPEL, Register. ...
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