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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. JANUARY 8. 1898. Mrs. J. M. week. Lile left for Mesa this John Ruckelhousen went up to Riv erside Thursday. Siflney Eartlesoa went out to his cattle ranch yesterday. Born Jan 3, 1898, to the wife of W. I). Foreman, a daughter-. Mr. ami Mrs. L. E. Graham were in irom Kenil worth Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Kibbey has returned to Phoenix from an eastern trip. Willie and Charley Whitlow, were -down from the ranch this week. Mr. and Mrs.vPred Lattin were in town yesterday from the San fed ro. J. M. Lile in this issue readim has a new advertisement which makes iuteres'.u;;- Joe Bartson passed through t'ioreaee this week on his way from Olube lo the JKlondyke. Some itinerant photographers "ere taking snap shots of everything on the streets yesterday. Chas. White and his wife arrived from Jerome last Saturday, and are stop ping at the Florence Hotel. Mrs.C. W. Tillman, who has been dangerously ill with typhoid fever, is reported on a fair road to recovery. - Miss Anna Ruth barker will cele brate her fifth birthday on Monday evening next with a fancy dress party. Mrs. Anna M. Maxwell, of Cuino, Cal., arrived in -Florence Thursday to visit hr daughter, Mrs. II. D. Cassiday. The Prospector -states that many of '.the cattlemen in southeastern Arizona are holding their cattle at $25 per head (Straight. Judge and Mrs. F. M. Doan returned Wednesday from Fortnna, Yuma coun ty, where they had been visiting their son John. Ex-Sheriff L. K. Drain and wife rode over from Mesa Thursday on their 'wheels and are stopping at the Flor ence Hotel. Dr. F. H. Hnning and Mr. Chas. H. Peck, 3d, arrived from Casa Grande iast evening, ana ere registered at the Williams House. The veraeiois Joe Mu'hatton wa down from his mines this week in -company with W. H. I'.r-dO.'ey, of Los .Angeles, who was on Lis way home. I will co-operate ith the owners to develop a large body ef gold claims. IB. C. Dayis, counsellor at law, 186 .Remsen St., Brooklya, N. Y. jyl-8t. County Surveyor Contzen left Tucson )last Monday for the San Carlos reserva tion to commence the re-snrvey of the line seggregating the leer Creek coal fields. Judson A. Elliott, of Chicago, last week visited the mines of C. D. Henry tand Chas. Kitsch, and it is understood that he took a bond on the same for $250,000. Hon. Tom Graham writes from Cop peropolis, Cal., that he is making ar rangements to go to the Klondyke in the spring and would like to jo'a j. .i Arizona party on the trip. A. Keiman has bought the Eiverside saloon, and will put in a stock of gen eral merchandise in connection there- with. C. C. Hockett will still continue to run the station and hotel. Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. J ;Bley gave a dinner party to Rev. I. T. Whittemore and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Brockway, Mr. and Mrs, Geo. F. Cook and Mrs. Bates. Thos. Buchanan, proprietor of the desert station between Mesa and Flor ence, is now furnishing free water to all travelers. He invites everybody to stop and get ail the water they want. Anew passenger time schedule is now in effect on the Southern Pacific. The east bound arrives in Tucson at 1:35 a. m. and leaves at 1:50. The west bound arrives at 2 :50 a. m. and leaves at 3:06. The vacancy occasioned by the res ignation of E. C. Stratton as chairman .of the Live Stock Sanitary Board has been filled by the election of member WU1 C. Barnes. Stratton remains a member of the board. Edward Bein, of Casa Grande, re ceived a stroke of paralysis on Tues day last, and was brought to the coun ty hospital on Thursday. His recovery is doubtful. Mr. Bein is an old and highly respected citizen of the county H. G. Ballou has sold a half interest in his cattle to Wm. C. Sharp, farmer at the Sacaton Indian agency. It is a gentle herd of well-graded American stock, with many fine dairy cows among them. Mr. Sharp is to be con ' gratulated on his purchase. D.URRANT HANGED YESTERDAY. He Died Pretesting His Innocence. Special Dlsimteh to the Florence Tribune. San Francisco, Jan, 7. Theodore Durrant, the murderer of Blanche La ment, was hanged at San Quentin pris on at 10:3C this morning. His last words were, "I am innocent and guilt less of the crime." A .Washington special to tbe Phoenix Republican last Tuesday said: The president to-day received a box of oranges from Governor McCord of Ari zona aud wns greatly surprised that Arizona could raise snehirult. The Phoenix Republican of Sunday 6tnted that Will C. Barnes has succeed ed E. O. Slratton as chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Board, but that Mr. Stratton is still a member of the Board. No reason is given for the chance. George Schilling, wife and sister passed through Florence Ths6ivfr! their way to Mineral Creek. Tisey came from Missouri, and it is in tend to make thoir home ii, ArUu:a. They are the right kind of ppupla fcotl are heartily welcomed. An esi-hr.npre says: "You nir.y gave ten cents on a two dollar order by buy ing out of town, but you lose two dol lars from the town's volume of money in sending it away, and thus injure yourself and every one else. Trade at home." Wallace Duncan, B young tourist, lately arrived in Phoenix from Indian apolis, was sentenced last Friiay to one year in the penitentiary for for gery. Duncan has wealthy relatives in the East, among them Gen. Lew Wall ace. A strong effort was made in his behalf, the plea of insanity being es pecially advanced. The Phoenix Gazette has run so many bluffs like the following that peop3e don't pay much attention to them any more: "The Gazette is no respecter of persons, particularly when those persons don't respect them selves, and -hereafter no news items will be suppressed of drunken women or men, no matter what their social positions may be." Here is another puzzle problem that is going the rounds : A poor man had but 75 cents and wanted to make a dol lar purchase. He puzzled long and arestly over his financial woes, and finally solved tj 1iflMilty fiv'; tie wok c:s m w ; t-j . i ; St 5 1 'V. . . j ar.d piwntd it jr r.t . ri,;r o;U ! on the street he t; ! a f-ivjnd v '.ml ha i had done and offer-! the p3wn tfoKfi to him f.ir 50 cents. The friend loufut ' it and the pcor mac .(S::t on h;s way 1 i -.-) -: cents The new mercantile firm of Shields & Price has an advertisement in this issue. Several carloads of new goods have been received and the store pre sents, an attractive appearance. The proprietors express themselves as well pleased with the way business has opened up, and only hope it will con tinue as good. C. H. Niemeyer and Juan Agnilar have been retained as clerks, while W. Y. Price takes personal supervision of the establishment, aud the senior member of the firm, Frank Shields, attends to their extensive ranch and cattle business. They invite everybody to call and examine their stock, whether they desire to purchase or not. The Birth of the "Greater" New York. With the dawn of the New year the "Greater" New York is ushered into the world a full grown giant. The problem of municipal government is to be put to the supremest test. Within Hs limits is contained a population equal to that of thirteen of our sover eign States at our last census, and as numerous as that of the original thir teen States. Provisions for . the life and health of this vast multitude of all nations and climes is an unsolved enigma. Thousands of sufferers in New York and elsewhere are wrested from the grasp of that agoniJUig com plaint, rheumatism, by the timely use of UosUttter's Stomach BiUors, which is a preventive of malaria and kidtioy compluin, aud a curative of liver com plaint, constipation and nervousness. Try Schilling's Beat tea anfl baking powder. 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. CREAM -' MilMI ' i Thra Buttes Reservoir Meeting. The citizens meeting at the Court House Thursday evening, in aid of the I'littes reservoir prnnoMtion, was the largest aud most enthusiastic yet held. The collection committee reported over $400 of the amount subscribed as having been paid. The executive com mutes was instructed to deposit the same, to be drawn out ouly on the order of the chairman and secretary of said committee. Letters were read from Hon. H. J. Cleveland and Hon. Wm. O. O'Neil1 with regard to the proposed visit of Hon. Binger Herman, Coinrois-skmer of the General Land Office, and on motion the executive committee was instructed to correspond with Mr. Herman aud in vite him to visit Florence and the Battes as the guest of the people of Pinal county. Mr. Whittemore read letters from Senator Piatt, Hon. John Wanamaker aDd others, which were very encourag ing. After considerable discussion, in -i ', ec.iag wns evince the meet evetiine. ""f adjourned until Tbilisi. un. loth, at the same j. S'tot M. Ochoa. wejl known in i'i city, catue in last night from El Pa where Ue has been fur some time pa I, t'i visit wi'h friend. Tucson Citizt .. The nineteenth legislature passed an act dispensing with the publication of the delinquent list, thereby saving the various counties of a few dollars ex pense, but it may cause some taxpayers to lose their homes. It is very doubt ful whether the courts will sustain the law, as it deprives individuals of their property without personal notice. Flagstaff Sun. The rumor is current this morning, and seems to bo well authenticated, that the United Globs smelter will be blown in shortly. We were so inform ed several weeks ago, and know that the company has had an option on the Cid Dominion company's coke for five or six months. It will probably be several weeks before the company will be ready to Etart up. Silver Belt. It's an old saying that "The i the pudding is in the eating oi And it is because people have takes Simmons Liver Regulator that they know it to be a most excellent medi cine and especially for the Spring and Fall when there is so mueh Malaria in the air. Mr. W. T. Lee, of Pendleton, N. C, says, "I haveused Simmons Liver Eegulator for twenty years, in place of calomel and nninine." It is report-.'. htrvab.mU Unit E. G. Stri-fn, cliaira.-tn i the I Ale ht.xrk fc&i.'rary Board, bat rvsigned. A 1'in.e-- iix rii-oa'i-a under 'Jhi?:' of January tiraeaya: "E. O. Htra'V.r; Lhs resiirn- -! til '!'-' as !-r.Hirntn t.ia Terri- an action understood to have been founded upon his unsuccessful prose cution of Charles W. Pugh, former secretary of the commission. No suc cessor haB been named by Gov. Mc Cord." Of course this is a big surprise to his many friends here and further information is looked for with consid erable curiosity. Citizen. Some of the republican papers of the territory are opposing the home rule bill introduced in Congress by our del egate, Mark Smith, claiming -that it will destroy our chances for statehood. Arizona, during the life of the present administration, has about as mueh chance for statehood as a rich man has of entering the kingdom of heaven, according to the Bible. The argu ments urged against the measure are far fetched. Utah was allowed the privilege granted by the bill introduced by our delegate, and it did not affect her admission to the sisterhood of states. The right of self-government was one of the causes which produced the revolutionary war. Our forefathers fought for the privilege, were victori ous and established this government, which is now denying this same right to her sons. Winslow Mail. D jtingu'She!( Arrival. From Tutyion S'i urJ (i. Hughes arrive-l here froia Fred California S&tnrdaj night incbargotf .vheriil LcthrwoO'l. Ye.stor.Ny 1)3 was taki-ii befrn a Ju stice Mei er c n ti.e charia ' crnbi Jcmc.nt frcrj the i louccin" Iiibtoiical (society. Uis at torneys, Messrs. Bleuman and Orfila, asked for delay and that bail be fixed. Tbe amount of the latter was placed by Justice Meyer at f 3,000. 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. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Vrops., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned have known F. J, Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West & TuuAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kisstan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists, Testimonials free, 5 rUR'CluY VEGETABLE. The Cb-pm, Pie;t Tx-v i:: '.FPr'Ti'AL Srfif-.ric 3"-' U v " M l l iliC and Fp 'ecu. ivLve the l.ivcr i' t'. vo-.it Chills -fiij i Mal.h:- CMPLA1NTS, fihSTU SUii, j.W-L-ICll AND BAD BKEATHi "h-n U so ur.pVns.int. noihinj; so comsicn, m .(r.4..''..' , ' , nat'y every it comes fr-.ru sousomt l.ivra SciuLATcH. i;o i.i,t ncrj-ct so iTt; r-iine.jy iljr ix-ptiisivc djwrd r. it -Ul ?'o Jijt".Y.- yvue ai-i-Kjlittcyipicxioofctiq ttiiKrai lieulti. t rn.E3! How mBy n flVr uniirc day tf.er day, nakin ;f- ; "-en to'-wr.jt ssinena: of ail tWrn .wij " '." V'"'-- koa P'S- V rrlltf ll ni4 l?,l f'r'- any nt who wi I u v.4,uti. MX '.!? tl'.-it I.m vniia..em!y cored ih-iu-"? f"''' l-'yit kacoia-roR no dmtie v.o.oit paijc, out a gcatij aststant u nitura. COXSTITATIOX SHOULD not b retrdsd at a iriMing ailment in fact, tufiro c.aur;ns tho utmost regularity of th bowalt, and any Awfaiioa from this demand paves the wny cfta to serious danger. It is quite, as necessary to removj iiiintire acaitnulaiuns from tha bowels as it is to eat cr slot-f i, and no hi)th cn h rrrcted n-h-rr a coatiys. htkL.it ( Ikjuv vicv-Ailii. tr..i f. -Mtitu-ts w.ir.t It. p li-.iJsf -ttt. f.r the rttuf .-i J. H. ZJKIM.T & CO.. Phljld.J;,':.a. Pa TAKE YOUR MEDICINE Oh, You Suckers! You Would Vote for Mc Kiniey and Prosperity. Providence, K. I., Jan. 3. Notices of reduction of wages were sent to-day to the cotton mil's of Goldard, Knights, Lippits and those operated by smaller corporations in this State have been posted, or will be tomorrow. The operatives will offer no resistance to the reduction in this State. Sai.em, Mass., Jan. 3. The plan of the Namkeague steam cotton mills for a reduction of ten per cent in wages went into effect to-day. About 1,500 employes are affected. Wobckstrb, Mass, Jan. 3. Reduc tions in wages took place in several of the Worcester factories to-day, the cot ton mills predominating. At the Mill bury eotton mills a cut of between 7 and 8 per cent took effect. At Fiskdale mills, Sturbridge, a reduction of about the same range as that made by the cotton mills in B'all River. About 75 men employed in the bottoming de partment of the T. &. A. Batchelor factory at North Brookfield had their wages cut from one to two cents a f ia.f.cB, N. If., Jan. 3. Ta t.fcr .'es hi tho. Aiii'hkeag Corpvwtuou .-i-m w--rk..to-.'!y on a !) p t ; tnct oil of wEires. At i-tari: v A iil!s t'.ie reduction wiU tu.t - i n r'.o i elT-.N-t until next "..".day, r.Kiros:, .iao. Tho Pepf-er- ell and Laeonia cotton mills to-day an nounced a reduction in wages of about 10 per cent to take effect ou January 17. The two mills employ 3,200 hands. LirwisTO.v, Me., Jan. 3. The agents of all the eotton mills in Lewisloa and Auburn to-day received orders to make a general reduction in waifes on and after January 17. Notices in accord ance with theso instructions have been posted. Kotico to t'rt-cliiors. Estate of William J. Brash, deceased. IOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of William J. Brash, deceased, to the credi tors of. and all personsbavingclaiinaasalnHt the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months alter tbe first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at the oince of W. R. Stone, Esq., in Florence, in the said County of Final. Dated at Florence, Arizona, Jan Srd, 1897 J. B. ARTHUR, Administrator of Estate of Wm. J. Brash deceased. Nnntoioug. fH THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE Second Judicial District, Territory of Arlrorft. In nnd for Pinal Couiity. J'ury !:. Loujr, yluintiff, vs. Cora E 'i riimllo ftud V T. Halllduy, dcfcnduiit. A.'-tion broiu.lst ir. the District Court of ?K ow-wttd Junii-iiil District of the Territory of Arixona, In and f.jr the County of T'inal a-d the c.nip'i.ii'i flk'd in said Couuv:- r j Picnlintlse ofHcix-f the Clerk of said Wb t tct Coutt. In tlie name of the Territory of Arizona- to Cora . E. Tremble and W. I'. Hallway Defendants, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the1 District Court of tbe Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in ond for Pmal County, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Florence, in said. County, within ten day after the service upon yon of this summona if seved in this said County, or if served out of this said County and within this said Judicial District, thon within twenty days thereafter, or in all otner case, wimm thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned beine exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of tbe District Court of the Second Judicial Dis trict, Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Pinal this 29th day of December, 1897. ssalI DANIEL C STEYENS, Clerk. By ALBEST T. COLTON. Deputy Clerk. m NEW STORE SHIELDS & PRICE -I Have just opened up in the building g formerly occupied by A. F. Barker - ' the largest rtnd most complete stock E of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, E Xotions, Boots and Shoes, llats and y Caps, carried in Florence u recent years. It is a fresh stock, bought at H bed-rock prices, and we propose to g give our customers the benefit. E3 Call and be convinced. 3 IE Cattla, Hay and Grain bought and sold'. eg SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence. Arizona. f n . : , ! E TUCSON, GOLD Eh m n n o It Is Superior to Denver Flour, It is Whiter, It has More Levening Power. Makes a Lurgt-i Loaf, Bakes (flicker, The Best Flonr for T&uuly Use.' jFor Sale by all Grocers. RRTfi fifiTT & r.o. s ii a kam Strictly Reliable Wished Ten Year. THE OriUY SPECIALISTS Os tbe Pacific Coast Traatlng Disease ef 1 We positively guarantee to cure Vnricocel. Piles and Rupture in one week. Any form of Weakness In six wetks. Blood Taints, Stricture and Acute imrj Chronic Discharges a n-pecialry. To shew ur good fail. We will not ask for a dollar until we cure you. We mean tWs emphatically atx fs for everybody. We occupy the CTHire Welts Frgo buildiog wkh tft most cowpleteiy equrpped oftce and hospital west of New York for the accommodation of out of town patients and others vtsbtnjr to remain in the city during treatment. Correspondence chearf otty answered, giving full btiomattoa. Cor. Zi &fala Sts., Los AngsleSsCa!. OVSR WELLS FARGO Desert Laal, Final Prool. Notire Iu!ii!'-,it Ion. UNITED STATCS LAND OVf jCE. 1 Ti t. so:;, Dei-pmber 8, VOTICR liS HEREBY GfViiN Etii'I Kii'lijfrs", t.C ftinrriinoth, pt.uiity. A z'wtn. hustiii'-l n;tWo of v: THAT tntton ) nmnf i roof at his desert-hi ntf f?nira No. 2-H7, f;t tho ti 2 jf and or iatii section 10, township 7 south, ruuge 15 eat, G. S. R. M., before the Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, on Monday, the 24th day of January, 38SS. He names the following' witnesses to prove the complete Irrigation and reclamation of said land: Edward D, Payne, of Mammoth, Arizona; Austin Westrope, of Aim.i, Arizona; Frank Buzan, of Mammoth, Arizoaa, aud Mathew Davis, of Mammoth, AWzooa. EUGENE J. TRJPPEIi, Ee-ister. Datof first publication, Dec. 11. PIONEER Meat Market. Main Street, adjoining TBreras OSSce. HENRY W. BRADY, Proprietor. Choicest Beef, Pork end Slntton a Specially. NEW GOODS S 3 e 5 B 'n i 4 : V.i. Vael' ARIZONA. DUST." O tr1 U d PROFESSIONAL CARDS- 11. 1). CASSIDAY, ri.OBKN-CK, . . A8TSOHA. DISTRICT A1TOKNEY. PINAL CKPSTY O.iu-e m the Court Houso. UR. AKCIL MARTIN,' JVIt ASD EAE. Phenix, Arizona." GEO. M. BROCKWAY. TaHTSTrrriw ivn JL iwi oJm. Office bud ' ei'dnce at hospital Florence, Arizona GEO. SCOTT. JDpSSS anEI rTHE PEACE- NOTARY A uuiio and Cotiveyaneer, Dudleyville, CHAS. E. PERKINS, C. E., Corresuomletioe soUcited. P. O. ad- ' dress, 1 iorence, Arizona. NOTICE." I.Tl'ilf PepleBpt tobV.ny cattle or" bme in their possession belonging to tho.e brands, 80, WI, HE or horse ahoe P nnl sold by my asent J. M. McLellan. v Mesa City . MorioopaCo., n-7-3 H. Whitford, Has' 1 e E0W?16"p.l!li8C J'"0'"- I-Bdie, ,'