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"THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED KVKilY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. APRIL 23, 18Wt. O. II. Swingle, of San Diego, Cal., is in town. P. E. Young cainedown'from Dudley ville yesterday. W. II. Heard came down from Globe last Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Carpenter waB in from 5venilworth this week. A. H. Elliott and wife were cp from Casa Grande this week. . G. A. Whiteford was called to Mesa '-Thursday by a telegram. Jacob-Suter and C. W. Tillman are 'down from Globe this week. Our publie school closed yesterday iflsr a ui.st successful tens. Will Pioney, the bicycle iu.iu, was over from l"iKvnix this, week. Harry RrcoUway was out yesterday -after a week's illness with fever. Al. Ezekiels pabsed through Florence last Sunday on his way to Tucson. Judge F. M. Doan left yesterday for Solomon ville where he will hold court 'aext week. Tucson has prohibited spitting on the sidewalks, with as attached pen 'alty of from $5 to $20. Miss Nellie Powell arrived from Iieymert yesterday and will spend seeeral days in town. Tucson is to have a third newsp aper, : a weekly, Democratic in politics, with ' G. R. S. Smith as editor. Judge Kibbey was over from Phoenix 1 this week, having charge of some ini . portant cases in court. Ex-County Recorder J. M. Oehoa, of Tucson, was here this week on busi ness before the District Court. Mrs. W. B. Reid came up from Casa ! Grande yesterday, and will spend sev. '" eraldays with her daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Peter CosaraV. Mrs. J. H. Durham and Miss Lily Sparks were down from Hunton this week. Judge John Miller returned from Phoenix last Saturday, with his daugh ter, Mrs. Pinching, of Congress. Rdeos have been goii.g" on north and s i;th of the riTcr thus week. The calf crop is aid to be very largu. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. f . : ..i T7 A i r.- j, i vuvriei Lit, auguiu was uue in vais week, but at last accounts was :au:h better. Mrs. W. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Mary Martin were- down from Dudley rille this week, visiting their father Mr. II. G. Hard wick. A. F. Barker has put up a billiard laoie at, ma resilience, ana irienas oi the family . are getting to be quite Hon. G. W. Hunt and Eugene Mid dleton passed through Florence last Monday cn their way to their home in - Globe. They had been to Phoenix on Lodge business. The special electio n held in Prescott on the question of issuing $150,000 bonds for water-works and sewerage, resulted in favor of the bond issue by an almost unanimous vote. "I just hate this war talk," said Mrs. - Spndds. "It takes up so much room in the paper that there isn't any space left to tell what woman are going to wear this spring." Harper's Bazar. A young 6oa of Wm. Smith, of Kenil worth, was bitten on the leg by a rat- tlcsnake last Wednesday. He was brought to town for medical treatment . and is now on a fair road to recovery. Road Overseer Arnett and his Bble Atoifctaiit TSm Montgomery have been doing1 sonio good - work in opening up Willow street,'iu the Weiste! a addition. This is one of prettiest resilience streets in town. . . . Prof. Knn?'' con' ra t at the Court House, Monday evening, promises to be a . very pleasing entertainment. The class has improved greatly since last term. Prof. Kraus has proven to be a very successful teacher. Editor "Van Hoozer of the Orrick (Mo.) Times pleasantly remarks: "Just seven years ago we landed in this town with a handful of type, an army press and $3 in cash. We still have the press and the type." A. P. Shewman, superintendent of public instruction passed through Flor ence last Wednesday on his way from Globe to his home in Mesa. He paid a short visit to our schools and ex pressed himself as well pleased with tbera. The HeermanB Stationery company, Tucson, carries the largest and most complete stock of books, stationery, etc., in the Territory. Under the man agement of Mr. Paul Heermans, the well-known newspaper correspondent, it has become a very popular institu tion throughout Arizona. Mail orders promptly attended to. DISTRICT COURT. JUDGK F. M. DOAN, FKESI1USO. APltIL 18TH. L. A. Royce vs. Julin Luna and Jesns Luna Mortgage foreclosure; trial; judgment for plaintiff. Juan Luna vs. Maria Jesus liuna Divorce; demurrer to 'complaint sus tained; leave granted to amend. Aran. 10th, P. R. Brady, Jr., vs. Pinal County Trial; action for salary under classifi cation act;, judgment for plaintiff. AI'BIL 20th. Peter Cosgray vs. Chas. Trinkner Trial; action to recover possession; judgment for plaintiff. ArBlL-21sT. J. M. Oehoa vs. Anton Thomas et al. Trial; action to enforce a trust. George E. Truman vs. Pinal County Trial ; action for $100 per month jail or's salary ; judgment lor plaintiff $50 ler month ; plaintiff ereoftSTnd files niotiuti fur a new trial. J. C. Loss vs. Arthur XI. tvlliott and I.'uie Elliott- Trial ; foreclosure; ar gued aod submitted on brief to be filed, May 12th. i rp.iL t-2r. Mary E. Long vs. Cora Tremble nd W. T. Halliday Trial; action to 'uiet title ; argued and submitted. J. M. Oehoa 'vs. Anton Thomas tt al. Argument and submitted oa. briefs to be filed May 10th. In matter petition of VV. C Truman, sheriff, to employ guard Order made pending determination writ tf man date to Board of Supervisors to fix compensation of. jailor. Trivixu -vs. Tri viz Divorce; upon motion of "plaintiff reference ordered to clerk to take testimony for submission to court. Court stands at recess to May lGth. 1898. ' Mr. Tom tSorin, who is making a grim fight against pneumonia, was brought to Wilcox Tuesday night and met there by Dr. Gould, of Tucson, who took kim to the latter place on train 20. Rane News. Elders Chas. Peterson and Mori and Kiehins, of Mesa City, representatives of the Church of Latter Day Saints, will hold a meeting at the Presbyterian Chnrch on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are cordially invited. The Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W., entertained quite a large number of friends last evening at the ball in royal r'. Cars ac! a potaU race formed the principal amusement. Each eon tehtaut in the card game was pre-ieated with a unique pincushion on which was kept U;e score. Mrs. John M. Phy se es tt-J toe lady's first prize; Mrs. Y. M. DoaTj, the old maid prize ; first gentle man's prize, W. C. Truman, and Frank Shields the booby prize. The commit tee having the affair in charge were, Mrs. C. E. Perkins, Miss Mary Colling- t wood and Ed. Devine. They made a success of it and deserve much credit. Samuel B. Wise, one of the oldest men in the territory, and one of the oldest pioneers as well, died Sunday, April 10th, at Tucson, after an illness of six or seven weeks. He came to the Territory in 1859 and located at old Fort Buchanan, where he engaged in the business of a contractor, and erected a great number of adobe houses. After the war he came to Tucson and for a time conducted a grist mill, later going into the saloon business. From here he went to Adamsville and re sumed the milling business. Next be went to Florence, being one of the first settlers there. When the Tombstone excitement broke out he went over in that direction and ranched and farmed. American Securities Abroad. The sales of American securities have been, according to London advices, very large abroad of late. If this state of things holds, there will be an in creasing influx of British gold into this market. This demonstrates the faith abroad in the stability of our credit. There is another point of faith for which the people not only of this but foreign coimtrrea have. good... grounds for credence, and that is belief in the efficacy of Hostetter's Stoainch Hitters for inorganic maladieswhich affect the stomach, liver, bowels, kidneys and nerves, iiyspepsia, biliiousness, con stipation and rheumatism are con quered by it. It hastens convalescence, and diffuses a generous warmth and sensation of physical comfort through the system. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Da- CREAM LCI MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. The Expected Tragedy. From the Temp8 News.l As has several times been predicted, he water trouble between Gant and Zech has culminated in a tragedy, and Carl Zech is now lying mangled by a charge of buckshot from a gun in the hands of A. J. Hansen, About two o'clock Monday afternoon Gus Collins came to town, bringing word that A. !. Hansen and Carl Zech, both armed with shotguns, had met ou the Zech ranch and after an exchange of hot words Hansen fired at Zech, who was only a few yards away, the charge striking him in the head and neck. Collins who was a close witness to the shooting, at once came to town for a doctor, hutle thinks that Zech will be dead before aid can reach him as he was gasping for breath when ha left. Dr. Mouer and Officers Smith and Gonzales at once started for the scene of the tragedy, which is about eigh t mites south of Tempe. i,ATErt As we go to press word is received that Zoeh is dead. Justice M. li. Meyer aud a coroner's jury have gone out to view the remains. The coroner's jury in the case of the killing of Carl Zech, returned a verdict to the effect that Zech had been wil fully murdered by A. J. Hansen. Aaron Powell, an uncle of Miss Seass, who had participated in the fight which had preceded the killing, was arrested and placed in jail at Phoenix. NATIONAL GUARD FIRST. Cowboy Regiment Will be Held Back For the Guards. Gov. McCord Thursday received the following dispatch from N. O. Mur phy: "The President and Secretary of War say they highly appreciate your offer to furnish a regiment of plainsmen and mountaineers, and if volunteers are called beyond the capacity of the national guard of Arizona they will be given a chance. The present policy is to use the aational guard first. The Secretary of War says the government will honor your requisition for arms and ammunition." Col. Joe Scott returned a few days since from an extended trip to Mexico. Referring to the sentiment of that country in reference to a war with Spain, he says the feeling is almost universal in favor of the United States and against Spain for her inhuman treatment of the Cuban "reconcent rados." The people are watching the issue and are keenly alive to the situa tion. Occasionally an advocate of Spain and her policy will be found, but the sympathies of the great mass am almoot wholly w.lu this euuutry. Citizen. QONCER 000000 The Vocal Class under the direction of Mr. J. L. Kraus will give a Concert at the Court House, Monday Night, April 25th. A Good Musical Time Promised. PROGRAMME. "The Storm," chorus Class. "Barcarole," duet Misses Ella Whittemore and Bofrle Bartleaon, "Sire and Son," duet in costume Mean. Ed. Devine and Tom Peyton. "The Tide of Life," trioMisses Anna Reid, Birdie Hardwick and Amalla Gonzales. "A. B. C," comic duet Mrs. Brockwoy and J. L. Kraus. "The Two Cousins," duet Misses Georgia Colton and Anuls Keating. Grand Medley, chorus Class. "Ah, Could I Teach the Niehttngale',-Mrs, and Mr. Chas. E. Perkins. "Voice of Freedom," male quartette Messrs, N. EL Mel lor, John Mats, Tom Peyton and J. L. Kraus. "The Professor at Home," comla quartette Misses Anna Reid, Bogie Bartleson, Messrs. Chas. D. Keppy and John Mets. "Two Merry Girls," duet Misses Georgia Colton and Annls Keating;. "In This Hour of Softened Splendor," quar tette serenade Misses Ella Whittemore, Bog-le Bartleson, John Mets and N. H. Mellor. "When Night Conies O'er the Plain." duet Miss Amalla Gonzales and N. H, Mellor. Solo, with chorus W. T. Price and Class. BY SPBCIaX BSQUB9T. "Fortune Teller," comic quartette Misses AnnMn'jonzaVs. Bojfle Bartleson, S, II. Helior and J. L. Kraus. "The Auctioneer," comic quurtetteMIsseg Mary Collinflrwood, Natalie Micba, Geo. Truman and N. H. Mollor. "Good N'iyht," chorus ClnsK. Admission, 2Scts. Children, 13ct. Concert Commences at 7 :80 p. m. Olives Orohestra Assists During Pauses. THE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK, Of Tucson, Arizona. Capital Stock, - - . $ 50,000 Surplus and Profits, - - 7,500 OFFICERS: Babboh M. Jacobs, President. Fbbd Fleishman, Vice-President. Lionel M. Jacobs, Cashier. J. M. Obusbt, Assistant-Cashier. Transacts a General Banking Business. Makes telegraphic transfers. Draws For eign and Domestic Bills of Exchange. Accounts of Individuals. Firms and Cor porations solicited. ANTONIO CHINEMAN Dealer is General lerclianflise, Corner 9th and Bailey streets, Florence, ... Arizona. Packers Wanted Immediately. From the Tucson Citizen. The following telegram, which ex plains Itself, was received by Ben Heney this afternoon. Mr. Heney, to whom all inquiries should be made, can be found at the office of Mr. R. G. Brady, old Orndorff hotel : St. Louis, Mo., April 19. Please ascertain and let me know by wire how many packmasters, carga dores, first and second-class packers can be hired at once in your vicinity. Pay per month packmasters, $100; cargadores, $60 ; first-olass packers, $50 ; second-class packers, $40. Only expe rienced packers wanted. Transporta tion will be furnished to St. Louis. Smith, Quartermaster. On Saturday W. A. Boltou and J. M. Brooks concluded the purohase of Hugh Hewitt's cattle In Pinal county. The price agreed to be paid is sixteen dol lars everything counted, and when all the cattle are gathered it is estimated that the sale will aroouiit to about $20,000. - Tii cattle will be brought futo the valley ami placed ou alfalfa pasture. Tempe Sews. .. $100 Reward, S1G0. The readers ol this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. Tbe proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Testi monials. . Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. GHAS. E. PERKINS, DEALER IK feral Merchandise Corner Main and lOtli streets, lie is the ieader in low prices and the best !.-.';. He ha tbe mobt complete stock in Florence. He treats his cutou;cra well. He buys his goods for Cash and sells in the same manner, thereby not caus ing the customers who pay to make up the losses by those who do not pay. Hia store is the most popular in town. He solicits your trade. He guarantees every article he sells to be as represented or your money back. ; Sheriffs Sale. rjNDBE AND BY YIRTUB OF AN OBDEB . of sale issued out of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, in and for the County of Pinal, on the 16th day of March, 18S8, in a certain action entitled V. H. Jackson' plaintiff, vs. Charles W. French and Charles W. French, Administrator of the estate of W. Wood Porter, deceased, wherein the sold plaintiff, V. B. Jackson, on the 13th day of November, 1895, obtained judgment against the said defendants, Charles W. French and Charles W. French. Administrator of the estate of W. Wood Porter; deceased, for the sum of ($400) four hundred dollars and in terest to the amount of three hundred and eight 40-100 ($908.40) dollars, and for taxes paid out, thirteen and 80-100 ($13.80) dollars end attorney's fees of seventy-two ($72.00) dollars, I this day have made levy up on all the right, title and Interest of the said defendants, in and to the following; prop erty, to wit: That certain jtece or parcel of land BHuatC'd in thosouthooat iurtr of section 1ft, township 4 south, range 9 east. Gila and Kalt river meridian, County of Pinal, Terri tory of Arizona, as ful iows. to wit : licKtn nina: at the township corner of the southeast do uvt oi southeast quarter of section to, township 4 south, range S east, Gila and Salt river Meridian, from thence on the north line running 40 chains to the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of said sec tion S6, from thence along the southeast bank of tbe Alamo Amorillo ditch, bearing south 58 degrees &4 minutes west 12 ohains, thence along the south bank of the Alamo Amorillo ditch, bearing south 75 degrees 10 minutes. one and 80-160 chains, thence on a true south line 82 chains to the south line of said south. east quarter of said section 88, township 4 south, range 8 east, Gila and Salt river Meridian, thence east along the south line 10 and 5-100 chains to place of beginning. Excepting five acres of said land described heretofore, deeded to S. B. Cooley, and also excepting five acres of said land deeded to Fernando B. Maldonado. The said premises consisting of about 27' i acres, being the premises owned by W' Wood Porternow deceased. Notioe is hereby given that on Monday, the 2nd day of May, 1898. at 2:S0 p. m., in front of the Court House door at Florence, Final County, Territory of Arlzona.1 will sell the above described property, at public auc tion, or so much thereof as may be aecea sary, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, to, satisfy said judgment and all costs. Florence, Final County, Arizona Terri tory, March 23rd, 1898. a9-4t W. C. TKUMAN, Sheriff. Bill II II II i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 11 Hi n I III 1 1 II 1 1 II i li 11 II! NEW STORE 1 SHIELDS & PRICE I f3 Have just opened up in the building H formerly occupied by A. F. Barker H the largest and most complete stock S of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, E Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and g gj Caps, carried in Florence in recent 11 years. It is a fresh stock, bought at . H bed-rock prices, and we propose to gf give our customers the benefit. Is Call and be'eonvinced. 3 Cattle, Hay and Craln bought and sold. 1 SHIELDS a PRICE, Florence. Arizona. 1 alii HiM!!!!!irii!!(if?n!nnnnt:nn!Hiif iUiUiUiiiiiiiiUiiHMnuiiiijiiiitiMii::uiiiiHiiiuiiiniiitiiii!!Hii hi: Eagle Milling Co., TUCSON, ARIZONA. ft i fSMS j ! to DOST? i - It Is Superior to Denver Flour It is "Whiter, It has More Levening Power. Makes a Largei Loaf, . Bakes Quicker, The Best Flour for Family Use.- (JSFor Sale fjy all Grocers. Wheeler 8c Perry, Wholesale Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, CONGRESS STREET, TUCSON, - - ARIZONA. Burlna? entirely In carload lots, and with the Tucson jobbers tariff, enables us to lay down eoods m Florence ana vicinity at was than California prices. ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Stage and Lwery Go. (Incorporated.) DAILY : STAGE BKTWEEN Florence ind Casa Grande Livery, Feed & Sale Stables Florence and Casa Crande. WILLIAMS HOUSE. CURTIS G. POWELL, Prop. Rooms Furnished. Everything First-Class- Improvements dded Nicely Furnished Parlor for .the Ac commodation of Guests. Only White Help Employed Table board $1 per day ; board and lodeine; f 1.50 and upward according to room. J 1 1 if 1 1t U 1 1 i I IH MI 1 1 1 1 ill 1 1 II II I II ! II 1 1 1 1 NEW GOODS ?n!!!!riTi!riHMni'f Finnrinini E!ii irr Q O t t) U d m 1-3 PROFESSIONAL CARDS- H. D. CASSIDAY, . , Florkkcb. - - Arizona. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, PINAL COUNTT' Office in the Court House. DE. ANCIL MABTIN, JjJTE AND EAR. Phenix, Arizona? GEO. M. BEOCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence at hospital Florence, Arisona GEO. SCOTT. JUSTICE OB THB PEACE, NOTARY Public and Conveyancer, Dudleyville. A. Tj DOCTOE MOEEISOJJ. XHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. All Calls an-- swered promptly day or night. Residence in the Doran building just north of Hospital. Florence, A. T. C. B. MIGHEA &- CO., DEALERS IS General irifeilise, Opposite Armory Hall, Main Street.- PIONEER Meat Market. Main Street, adjoining Tbibcnk Office HENRY W. BRADY, Proprietor. Choicest BceH Pork and Sfntton a Specially. THE Florence Piiarmacy Under Management of Dr. GEO. M. BR0CKWAY, Completely Restocked With Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries Blank Books, Stationery, Cigars, Etc, NOVELTIES ORDERED FROM TIME TO TIME!