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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED ETEUY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. DECEMBER 4. 1837. Charley Whitlow was down from the ranch this week. Walter Bailey spent Thanksgiving day at the Whitlow ranch. Constable John Westfall from Casa Grande Thursday. was up Sir. and Mrs. C. D. Reppy returned last Sunday from Lcs Angeles. Deputy U. S. Marshal J. P. Welles was over from Tucson this week. Kosar'o Brenn, a prominent Tucson merchant, arrived in town Tuesday. County Treasurer Y. R. Brady, Jr., returned from Casa Grande yesterday. Bonn In Present t, Nov. 24, 1807, to the wiiu of George M. Hargect, a Rercin-r . Grande V; this week. W. U. : .::. lev Oaiiiil. W. B. linn', reprcsPiiL-y "S'. " town Monday. 1' rune. Best.' .CO, V WHS ho Dr. F. H. Huning coma v.p from Cns Grande last Sunday and returned the following day. . F. J. Harrington, a Los Angeles hardware man, was interviewing our merchants Thursday. lion. James C. Goodwin passed through Florence Monday, on, his way from Globe to Tempe. We are now having light frosts near ly every night, and the crisp morning air is very enjoyable. Mrs. James Brash, of Round Valley, has been the guest of the Bartleson family for the past week. W. B. Eeid, Esq., drove up from Casa Grande la3t Sunday with his daughters, Misses Anna and Lilian. W. P. Dunham passed through Flor ence last Monday for Mesa, to spend a few days with his family. George E. Truman left for his mine3 below Casa Grande on Thursday, in company with Chris. Loss. Light showers of rain Wednesday Dight served to settle the dust and render life more endurable. C. C. ti.-sckttt, pr prietor t'f Ire (ilobe and Mesa stsye 1'u.c-, was a wekojie visitor in Florence this week. 1'rnnk Shiek'.s went to the Sun Pedro Wednesday after cattle. Op. his return he expects to go to California. Rev. I. T. Whittemore went lo Casa Grande yesterday and will hold relig ious services there to-morrow. ' Mrs. C. G. Powell and Miss Colling wood went to Kenii worth Thursday to visit friends and returned the same day. Hon. P. F. Brady was in Tucson last week. He reports the ancient and honorable pueblo in a flourishing con dition. William Bell,, the Indian trader at Sacaton, was married in Tucson last Saturday evening to Miss Phebonia Muscott. S. O. Eaton, familiarly known among his friends as"Ben," is here fromMinas Prietas, Sonora. He expects to settle in Kogales. Last Monday Gabriel E. Angulo took his wife to Tucson where at last ac counts she was improving in health. Mr. Angulo returned Wednesday. . The Pioneer Meat Market, adjoining the Tkibune office, haa been reopened under the proprietorship of Henry W. Brady. See his advertisement in anoth er column. The Tucson Citizen says: W. F. Cooper has let the contract to C. D. Parsons, for the erection t.f a hand some brick cottage on Stone avenue, north of the railroad track. C. L. HU and his son C A Hail of I Goldfield, in company with W. A. Kim- j ball, the Mesa hotel man, passed! through Florence Thursday on their way up the river to look at some min ing property. There is a great deal of interest now being taken in the mines near Eiverside. A pleasant social dance was given last Tuesday night at the residence of Hon. P. B. Brady, which was partici pated in by many of our young people. Prof. Olivas' orchestra furnished the music and light refreshments were . served. It was a very enjoyable affair, given in honor of Miss Maggie Brady's sixteenth birthday. John McCarty, of Flagstaff, brought the scalps of four mountain lions into town Wednesday and made proof of the killing of the same in this county before Recorder Chamberlin on Thurs day. The animals were slain a short distance above the Buttes with the aid ef a pack of bloodhounds which Mr. McCarty possesses. The bounty ou Hons is $20 per head.. OBITUARY. Died In Florence, Ariz., Nov. 21, 1807, after n short illness, William J. Brash, aged 27 years. Willie Brash, as he wa3 familiarly known among his friends (and they were legion) was one of the most ex emplary young men to he found within the limits of our county. Always truthful and honest, generous and just, he had built up a character of which any yon Eg man might well feel proud, lie was born in Montreal, Canada, on the 11th of December, 1S70, and came to Pinal county with his parents when but twelve years of age, hence his life among us fi,r fifteen years has been an open book, and there are none to say that he has not proven a loving son and a devoted brother. The bereaved fath er and mother and the cherished sister i Maggie are not alone in feeling the sad loss, for a gloom was oast over the en tire community by his untimely death, nd one and all units iu tendering to the stricken ones most heartfelt sym- f-a.Lv ;.!t i .c'.' I; t", ;t v r a! Her who v, .ik'.;.i not t j f:,i! to lUejfrw-;! vt v.-i-l brti.sr : fori hui persis i a sparrc !t!ir.iit Mis noti I lvikf when- t NOTICE. Snn.7Z, Ari. Sov., iOth, lhb. My wife hitving left my bed and Coard, everybody is hereby notilied not to give her any goods on my ac count as I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by her. Fetee Lautkhback. Exciting Evontin Tombstone. From the Prospector. J. B. Miano, the obliging tonsorial artist, is having a new barber pole placed in front of his parlors. Daring the "planting" quite a merry crowd gathered, each offering some sugges tion. A full diagram and surveys for the job was submitted by one observer deeply interested, which together with the many other amoosin' incidents nearly drove the good-natured work man wild. The pole, ho waver, was successfully placed in position and all is row well. The custom of compelling pupils in our public schools to write composi tions has, according to the Albuquer que Democrat, brought forth a future novelist of rare promise. A little 6-year-old girl brought in the following composition: "Once there was a yonng man and a young lady and they loved each other very much and so they pt-t married. And then ti.ey were ! erj' im'iHr'j'y bt;eause 'mk! i;ever them any little children. And '!.o young man went off to the wars aie.i was gone four years, and when he re turced ais wife hud lour nice little children. Thus was true love reward ed." A Conductor Fined $50 for Shocting Tramp. I'rom the Phoenix Herald. J. H. Butler, conductor of the Mari copa and Phoenix road, who was in dieted by the Grand Jury for the shoot iflg of Viron Mitchell at Tempe several weeks ago, entered a plea of guilty to day in the district court. He made the statement that he did not see young Mitchell when he fired the shot. He was watching the man Grimes, who was attempting to board the train. He shot at nobody, but fired the pistol at the ground; Just as he pulled the trigger young Mitchell ran from be hind the warehouse just in time to be struck by the bullet. Under the circumstance Judge Street fined Mr. Butler the sum of $50 and he was allowed to depart. A Piece of Parchment, When unwritten on, is not more colorless than the cadaverous countenances of those uufortunate persons whom we are accustom ed to call "comfirmed invalids." "What a mis uoaier! Implying, too, despair, a giving up ! for lost! As lonsr as the vivifying power of Hostettr's Stomocn Hitters can he felt, and that i possible so longr as there is no abso lute collapse of the faculties, fresh vitality can he infuw! T ; ? , . wasted, fcf Me l.. -t;;i; color and tiesh can he brouylit. b;-ek to wasted, inilli'i ch;(-k-i w ith thin gran'! sheet aitehor of th bilitjttf -.1 Ri:d tlm s;,--i:i. ft ia fa tonie fif th" trrfi;ite.-.t potPTcj' a1 d Hi,? u1m(Mt purity, tuifl ti rnfiy for u'utl pre ventive of dyspepsia, t.iUiows, ln!tisiriu.s, rlieuuiiitic, ijorvons and kidney complained. PP1 alH1 J'P '".re )?- iy & t-y ;t : - counter m-i tiio - m i , t,uu.'.' or excitement, and nullities tbe often peril ous consequences of exposure irt inclement weather or damp clothing. Try Schilling's Beit tea and baking powdw. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, WW KiL&Lu-i-iidi. wwmm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD; General J. II. Allen, owing to increas ing age and iufirmalies, has been obliged to dispose of his business inter ests at Schultz. lie is now about eigh ty years of age, and is as he truly says, entitled to rest and quiet in his old age. For nearly forty years he has been on the western frontier and has shared the vicissitudes and dangers that are common to the lives of those who rough hew the ruad for civiliza tion. Tucson Citizen. Marvelous Discoveries. From an Exchange, James Duffy, of Maridiaisport, Me., announces that he has discovered the lost ai t of producing Damascus steel, also the art of hardening copper and brass. This is the result of ten years experimenting with the metals in his village blacksmith shop. Mr. Duly has made several broadswords of cop per, keen-edged and as stroug as steel. Also he ha3 made knife blades and ?opp- Hi he has used m-mitiM and vet it i copper i'U k!iows no s!irij,s Some ; have i j id to tcade otters fvr his that he h:is aiso di of how to weld etippt to unkr.owa, a:.u um men s uriiii bu tuc liaiTe 1 the hing hi; j-i-r tptt outlast n: erf x, n ; U-. will ti.e original drills by days. He says his secret is the simplest thing in the world, and snys that every iron worker and every brass Worker tread3 upon it every day hut fails to see it. Pimas and Maricopas. From the Preseott Journal-Miner. "Chief Azul of the Pima Indians arrived from the reservation last even ing and will make an effort to dispose of several thousand pounds of grain which he has raised during the pusl season and a number of head of cattle. He reports the Indians on the reserva tion as being prosperous, with good crops, and consequently happy." The above item is taken from the Phoenix Herald, and is quite suggest ive as to the improvement in the con dition of the Pima and Xlaricopa In dians during the past few years. It is stated that on the arrival of the first white men in the Gila river valley, these Indians were found to be peace able and industrious, but it has been duriug the past few years that their greatest progress has been made. Their old faihioned conical thatched wiekiups, without' chimneys or wio dov.s, have been repla:ed in very .u.i..e l..-u.i.;i' by e-mrrtWe adobe ei: fu-y-., titn- ;o a f'v ijistiinees, vvilli biiui ie ir .. ', ( f tiirt r--o:'.. Tl.cy raUe atit-aaily o'Muut .;,OuO,AKi bushels of wheat, nsi.i.t of w liii;li ia manufactured into ft-t.r hy the fiveru tneut figuring iJiiii l.v.jtv! the agency at Sacaton. The government takes a toll for grinding the wheat and the flour is returned to the Indians, and all that is required for use at tie agency is then purchased from them. The Indians have also a great many horses and cattle. The government purchases from them all the beef used at the Sacaton agency by the govern ment employees and the Indian school, the requirements being a beef every other day. A few of them engage in mercantile pursuits and are doing well in busi ness, while one of the chiefs is said to be worth anywhere from $10,000 to $12,000 in lands, stock and money. A report was freely circulated on the streets lust evening that J. M. Flemister, manager of the Democrat, had been indicted for libeling Gov. McCord. Phoenix Gazette. , Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it aces Such articles should never be used except on pr.eacriptt'jt.s from reputable I'hyscUtns, astliedatoagatiiey will do is ten fold to the good you ao twiV.y.lcrired from tin-in. Hall's Calai . -r r.naufat urpd by F. J. Cheney A Co., T-oh-do. O, contains no mercury, aud is taken i;i terneliy.actifsr dire.'Uy npon tiieblor-d art'l p-iicrns K'irSV;".. of the system, la buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co., Testimonials free. lSr"Sold by Druggists, price 75e per bottle. 4 A Business Change In Florence. Charles E. Perkins, the well-known merchant who has been in Florence for the past ten yearshas decided to make a change in his business. He has tried both the credit and cash sys tems thoroughly, and the results have shown that he can sell goods on a cash basis at a much less price than has ever beea done in Florence. Therefore, on and after Nov. 1, 1897, all credit will be discontinued. Negotiable paper and farm and ranch products received in exchange at cash prices. A general marking down in prices will commence Nov. 1. Call in and get full value for your money. Don't pay any more war prices. All bills now outstanding become due Nov. 1. rarest -1 :'y aim t'v- vii the wcrl j ! ''' ( ".."V:." n Ki ro: :r-. Siuc. ne 'i V. '$ " c.-rs U the .--V"-fir-rf Kr, Stomach ar.O Fplen. Kt;;:'.ate r.ic Liver U'tt prevent CliiLll '.m !i!vr., Ma Nun s'." 1 5i:i;s, B'.vjr.i. t-o-.iix.HMs, HisiLe "-i".4-. JU'.-.LiCB AND r.ii.-iA. BAH B HEATH I u so anpleasaat, noihinj so common, u ; and i:t ueaviv evprv cnp- r..n '"'J'1 be o easiiv correcttd if vou wiii tHox l.,vn RmioATo. Ik, net ne'eUct o .-sii-edy i. UkinpibiTC duoriw. It will r!9 j':tfsr tortus: 3 :t r etrace of !i r.V. -o w iecr ;ifcriag too P. Ycl r.-!;.i il i-p'-iC 10 t..r h.,.Ud ttaow Cy OBC Who S1M s-,A"j. ATC It , 3 aitliJlt tJ DiCUfC. CON3TirATIO?f HOTTLD sot he rc-archd as tlie how.?!, fror.t lLiS ( nd ary dc Man j piV i.c vr,v cmite as utrciry. to re:jv:v i;nfure acctiniuLncrj fnjiri t'i I no Li ott K : J. JX. ZUXXiT & CO., Pbiia.l It does'nt take much medicine to care Malarial Fever, provided you take Simmons Liver Regulator. It is just the remedy for Malaria and all Spring ailments. And you don't need to take much of it. "Simmons Liver Regulator broke a case of Malarial Fever cf three years standing for me, and less than one bottle did it. I still use it when ia need of any medicine." C. Himrod, Lancaster, Ohio. MAN WHO MAKES GOLD. Brics Claims to Be Entirely Suc cessful. E. C. Price, who claims to have dis covered a process for converting crude antimony into gold, declares that his first experiment with one ton of anti mony has resulted ia a yield of pore gold and silver, which on being as sayed showed a yield of $ 1,831 in pare metal. Under more favorable auspices this yield could, he claims, be increased. He considers his process an unquali fied success. He said : "Briefly described, it is as follows: fy livil tei is Id pn.-pi.ri a certain itirc-iiu nt ti:' The the : i;.;t.'.ire of ?cud part reparation v-'hk'h is a ; of the (.!-' i of the jj.nti- 1 Pur antni".!i7 ;s "subjected to a j.iso;ss of distjiii.tioti. Ot.e of the pruuuctb of tbU i!'it:l!atii)n $. a yel lowish sei!i:iit'!it, eoi'e.'ti-d on sacks placed over the end of a long chimney. This sediment is then mixed with tUe mysterious ingredient, and the mixture placed into bricks. I take these bricks aud roast them in a furnace, piled up volcano shaped. Now comes the most beautiful part of the whole process. The molten liquid is poured into bona ash cupels and there appears extraordi ary rainbowlike scintillations and in candescent hues of every description. When this is over the gold ore is left in the cupels. The ore is next refined by the ordinary commercial method. I aim to prod ace gold precisely as nature forms it, by volcanic action, and in my miniature volcano the same chemical reactions take place as in Vesuvius." "Hnrm" or "nnnrrcil." It is reported that during a recent libel action the presiding judge used the expression: "You would be hung if you did," to the accompaniment of the customary law court "laughter." It is not often one catches the judicial bench tripping; but was not this a mis take? Fietures, clothes, hots and the like are hung; human beings surely j rot- JI urc":t,a at his lordship s gram ' Juar' 'u511?1"5 tue . iaugntr" to hav ave been warranted.- Notes end Queries. .tatal SlKttlKttti tSTH f. frtSTK ICT COCKT OF TiiL ; juiticUl Di-iirict. ..f t;...- Y.-i rltory o .' rl.nnn; in and for thr Com.t of Pinal. 'vtiW'a Consoli'larrd Coj'per, G:M H'.kI hr-r 'iiniriir company. ;t (,'t,r(i( ration. ... ..diu lf, i linos Kailey, T-rt' , The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to James Bailey, Defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named Plaintiff in the District Court of the Second Judicial District, County of Pinal Territory of Arizona, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (eaclusive of the day of service), after the service on you of this gummons if served within tliis, Pinul Coumy, if out of County but within the District, twenty days; in alj other cases, thirty days. The said action is brought to obtain juda" inent against you in accordance with the prayer of plaintiff 's complaiut, as will n.or fully appear by reference to said complaint on file herein. And you are here by notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint, as above required, said Flaintiff will take judgment against you by default Given under my hand and seal of the Dis, trictCourt, of the Second Judicial District' Oonnty of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, this ISth duy of November. A. D. 1M7. Ibeal BASIHL C. STETENS, Clerk. By ALBERT T. COLTON, Nov. 20-4t Deputy Clerk- Th: On. that Qj" P Baa Xjpi 3 TUCSON, d3 UJ1 I A-......?i l It Is Superior to Denver Flour, It is "Winter, It has More Levelling' Power. Makes a Larger' Loaf, Bakes Quicker, The Best Flour for Family Use. flSfFor Sale by all Grocers. Strictly Rc!teb5o- EstaWishcd Ten Ytire. SPECIALISTS On Hie Pacific Coest Tratlag Cisesses of V5pM,(vly guarantee to erz Varicocele, Rtesajrd Wuoltjn: ki or wce3t Airy ferta f VVeaitwss Ui st . Bloi-i Tabus. Stricscn; and Acirfe ztxi QiToirte Uacharfesa siK-vuIr. To show our groi fai We will not ask for a deMnr until vs care you. Vr' mct.n Ms emphalicaKy ard is tor everybory. :; , ti ",': rj F"jfO haitlta with ih fT' ' --r. v-. rtv s itvi r.ospfra! e uf h'V, Y-vv; ft,-- i.m.i 'a .wt o twn psck-tns wia finr CM 9 PciatC m JpiU, ,j OVER VLLS FARGO HOTiCZ. Fixjbesce, Arizona, Sept. 20th, 1697. JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ' Du plicate Assessment Eoll of t he Coun ty of Pinal for the year 1857 is now iu my possession for the collection of the taxes levied, which are now due and will be delin quent on the third Monday of December next, and unless puid on that date or prior thereto, five percent will be added as penal ty. These tuxes are payable at the office of the County Treasurer daily, between the hours of 9 si. in. to 3 p. in. P. E. EHADY, Jr.. Tax Collector Pinal County, Arizona. Sheriffs Sals. FJSDEE AND BY TISTUE OF AN EXECC tion issued out of the District Court of tho Second Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona in and for Pinal County, on the 11th day of November, 1S37, in an action entitled A. F, Barker, plaintiff, vs. George T. Dodson, defendant, wherein said A. F Barker, as plahaiii5. obtuiiied judgment against George T. Dodson, defendant, on July 20th, 169", in the Justico Court of Precinct No. 1, of Phial County, Arizona Territory, for the sum of twenty-Cve and 95-100 dollars, with interest thereon at the rnte of 7 pei cfut. per nTinum till t-nid tn- cetber with ?23.;5 oi.ti and uecr'tiug Cists, wliieii sj;ul jsiijnir.iit was df.i-'l.rtd iu the o'lfi'-e of the Clerk of the ;tld Ditvk't Cimrt on August 1st, 1SCO, I have levied upon fiUtlio riaiit, title ftiid i.itciest of thcuaid (ieort-e T. Dodson in and to the following property, to wit: The east mie-lialf of the north west quarter (E'-i of SW'J and the east one half of the south west quarior (EH of SW'i) and the north east quarter (NU!i of section twenty six (23), and the north east one quarter of the north west one-quurter (NE'of NfftO and the north west one-quarter of the north east one quarter (NWJi of NE'a) of section thirty-five (J5), and the cast one-half of south east one quarter (EH of SEH) of octioa twenty seven t27), towushlpsix (0) south, range eight (8) east, situate in the County of Final' Territory of Arizona. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday the 14th day of December, 18;)7, at 2 :80 o'clock p. m in front of the Court House door at Florence, Pinal countv, Arizoua Te-ritcry, I will ell at public auction tho above de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, to satisfy said execution and coats. Dated Florence, Pinal County, Arizona Territory, this 16th day of December, A. D., 1807. Nov. 20-td W. C. THUMAN, Sheriff. IP. FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADTERTIS- injr Aent. 21Mec!miiio's Exchange, Sau Franaisoo, is our authorized agent. This paper is Kept on me at ms ouice. Hotel Rapiona, Los Angek3, 50c up. n w n Vcfc ARIZONA DUST-35 o PROFESSIONAL CARDS- H. D. CASSIDAY, Floeenck. - . Arizona. DIS,TJ?IC? ATTORNEY, PINAL COUNTY Unice in thn fV.r. U.,iic. DR. AKCIL MARTIN, jYE AXD EAR.- Phenix, Arizona GEO. M. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEONl OfBce and' residence at hospital Florence. Arizona GEO. SCOTT. JUSTICE OE THE PEACE, NOTARY TPubhe and Conveyancer, Dudleyville, CHAS. E. PERKINS, C. E., E AND CONTKAI Ol'lfsnnnrlonflfl dress, Florence, Arizona. ad- Xollee lor3i'ubifCRion. (Homestead Entry No. 1834.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I lucsoa, Arizona, October 2tj, i897.( JCTICE IS HEREBY GITEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and thatlsaid proof will be maoe before the Clerk of the District Court at Florence, Arizona, on December eth, mV y,e! """ndter Salmon, of Florence, Pina. onuty, Arizona, fur. the lota 5, 6, 7 and 8 'tlon 25, township 5 south, range 7 east G. R, M, He names t,c:foilowinE witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: John G. Keating John t'hy. Kohert T. Holl and Jamca I "e:i, oil. of Florenre Arizona. lioiiiiAii J. XKipPKL, Kegister. Date of first publication, Oct. 80. escrt land, Final Proot.- Sotioe for PnbUcatlon. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. 1 icsosr, Arizona, October 36, 1897. , OTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Christopher Salmon, of Florence, Pino.1 county, Arizona, has filed notice of intention, to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 2588, for the lot 4 and SWJi of NEW section 25, township 5 south, range 7 east, S- R- M- fare the Clerk of the District Court at Florence, Arizona, on Monday, the 8th day of December, 1897. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: John G. Keatinfr, John Phy Robert T. Boilen and James Phelps, all of Florence, Arizona. EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. Date of first publication, Oct. SO. Wanted-An Idaa Who can thtolr" cf some slmpla tiling to patentr r you wealm. Patent Actor. u -r-r " -.''..,,i".:'.. j s f. s i - z i. ' -to aibdto-JWiSff OK"