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PROFESSIONAL CARDS- H. D. CASSIDAY, ' Florence. - -. Arizona. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, PINAL COUNTY Office in the Court House. DR. AKCIL MARTIN, JYB AND EAR. Thenix, Ariiona: GEO. M. BROCKWAY, tJHTSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and J- residence at hospital Florence. Arizona GEO. SCOTT. JUSTICE OE THE PEACE, ROTARY . .Public and Conveyancer. Dudleyrillr. A . T. - DOCTOR MORRISON. H YSICIAJi AND SUKGEoN. All Culls nn- snered prompt!? .laj w nigbi licik'CT In the Guilds building just toi-k of C. R. Stichea A Co., Mora. Florence, A. T. The Valley Bank, PHCBNIX. ARIZONA. Capital, Surplus, $100,000 25,000 W11. Cbibty, President. M. H. ShkkUaK, Vice-President. M. W. Messisger, Cashier. Roelve Deposits, Malro Collections, Buy ind Sell Exchange, Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Office . Hours, 9 a. m, to 3 p. m. COHKESPONDKSrs, XmerioanExchnnee National Bank. N. Y. . The Aiiglo-CalifornkE B&nk, San Francisco, California. Am. Exchange Nat'l Bank, Chicago, 111. First National Bank, Los Angeles. : Bank of Arizona, Frescott, Arizona. WheeJer & Perry, Wholesale Dealers In STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, CONGIitAS STi'.tET, TUCSON, - ARIZONA. BuylrK entirely In carload lot and with tlie Tucson jobbnrs' tariff, erifib'if s us to lay w-n fro'Mis iu r iorvnueMMi'VtiMutly - ns rhanOUifurnta urlees. Elliott House, ASonth Side Railroad TrackJ Casa Grande, - - Arizona, JW. V. ELLIOTT, Proprietor. First-class "Accommodations for Commercial Travelers and the Gen eral Public. linMna tnlT FnrrilRhed and kent neat and elean. Table supplied with the best the mar Itet aifords by an excellent American cook. "FLORENCE RESTAURANT & BAKERY .(Opposite Poatoffice.) grNG LEE, Proprietor. Evtn-ytlilns nettt and clean. Splendid cewk ius and polite attention. Regular Meals, 25 Cents. -SAKEBY IN CONNECTION. Thebest and Cheapest Bread in town five cents a loaf). Cukes and Fiesa specialty. Geo. ir. Koliier, Furnishes Your House Complete. Furniture, Carpets, MATTINGS, WALL PAPER. CROCKERY, STOVES. GEORGE E. KOHLER, - Tucson, Cor. Stone Ave. and Congress Sts. DEALERS IN 1 Opposite Armory Hall, Main Street, Antonio, Chinaman DEALER IN General lerclieflise Corner 9th and Bailey streets, General Mercnanflise Florence. - Arizona. Florence Hotel, Newly Furnished and Refitted. Will be run STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. Table supplied with the best the market affords. Elegantly Faniislied Rooms AND ALL MODERN APP0INT5IENTS. Bar Constantly Supplied With the Choicest Wines, Liquors .and Cigars. rtroTiajrc-of Cnmmercinl men nrul th ren eral nubile retectfullj solicited. L. K. DRAIS. Proprietor. THE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK, -Of Tucson, Arizona. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000 Surplus and Profits, - - 7,500 OFFICERS: Dakhon M. Jacobs, President. Feed Fleishuast, Vice-President. Xiofsl M. Jacobs, Cashier. i. it. Obmsby, Assistant-Cashier. Transacts a General Banking; lusness. Makes teleeranhlc transfers. Dras-s For. eijrn and Domestic Hills of xcfaange. Accoantsof Individuals. Firms and Cor porations solicited. WILLIAMS HOUSE. XURTIS G. POWELL, Prop. Rooms Famished. Everything First-Class Improvements Added Nicely Famished Parlor for the Ac commodation of Guests. Only YL:t" 1'clr KmpInrM Table board fl per day, board and lodlne $l.rOand upWftTd according to room. JHS320NA CONSOLIDATED Slap aM Livery Co. (Incorporated.) DAILY : STAGE BETWEEN Florence ond Casa Grande Livery, Feed & Sale Stables Florence and Casa Cranae. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, European Plan. GEO. H. A. LUHRS, - - Proprietor. Corner Center and Jefferson Streets, Phoenix, Arizona. Leading business and family hotel in Arl zena. Located In the business center - Con taina one hundredroems. Tunnel Saloon, CHOICE TVINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. J. G. KEATING Proorletor Meat Market. Main Street, adjoining Tribune Office HENRY W. BRADY, - - - Proprietor, Choicest Beef, Pork and Mutton a Specialty. Final County Handing fc Loan Association. Florence, Pinal County, Arizona, I. T. Whittemorb, President, C. D. Ksppy. Vice President. D. C. Stevess, Treasurer H. D. CASBinAY, Secretary and Attorney Directors: Kev. I. T. Whlttemore. C. D, Keppy, H. D. Caasiday.D. C. Stevens, J. M, Llle, C. U. Powell and K. 1. Hollen. nm- With H. D. Cassldav. Directors' regular meetings, first Monday jo each month ttt 7 o'clock p. m BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. lOfflcial Proceedings. Office Board of Supervisors, - Florence, Ariz., April 30, 1898.) Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present John Miller, chairman; J. H. Brown, member; H. D. Cassiday, District Attorney, and F. A. Chamber lin, clerk. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Upon motion it was ordered that the anitary ofiieer m Product Io. I be irected to investigate tlm . euus: of stagnant water Klunuiiig near lower nd of Maiu street und fix the respon sibility on the proper perrons, aud re port all facts to the District Attorney. Upon motion it was ordered that the tax collector be authorized to accept from P.O. Warner the sum of $21.06. full settlement of taxes on lot 44, Florence townsite, for year 1895, and to issue redemption receipt accordingly, same being amount due less penalty of 30 per cent. Upon motion it was ordered that the tax collector be authorized to accept from Y. V. Wilson the sum of $8.85 in full settlement of taxes on lots 1, 2, 3, , 5, block 14, lots 17, 18, 19, 20, block 14, Casa Grande townsite, for year 1806, nd issue redemption receipt accord- ngly, same being amount due less penalty of 30 per cent. Upon motion it was ordered that the tax collector accept from the Burton Stock Car company $07.18, in settlement of taxes, 1896 and issue receipt in full therefor. In the matter of indigent Antonia Labrado, it is hereby ordered that the sum of $20 be allowed her for trans portation to SolomonviUe. Vsrmnt No. 21, issued against contirvent fund. Upoa motion it was ordered that the tax collector accept from Thotnis M el'an and wife, the amount of tax due or year lbs', , Jess penalty of 00 per cent.. Petition of residents of Tjbic iiouu- tain praying for the establishment of a precinct, and the appointment of C. A. Clark justice of the peace and either Ed. Gatlin or Moore road overseer, was taken np and an order made establish ing said precinct bounded as follows : On the east by the Graham county line, on the north by Aravaipa creek, on the west by a line two miles distant from the San Pedro River, and on the south by the summit of Table Mountain, said precinct to be known as Table Moun tain precinct. Upon motion C. A. Clark was ap pointed justice of the peace for said Table Mountain precinct, to hold of fice till his successor be duly elected or appointed. lie will be required to furnish a good and sufficient bond in the penal sum of $1,000 within ten days from notice. Upon motion the portion of the above petition praying for the appointment of a road overseer was rejected. Upon motion the following demands were audited and allowed ont of ex pense fund, no warrants to ibgue: W. II. Beoson," SO, -justice fees. presented fjr$fj.l0; allowed, for 5 00 I). Thomas, 81, serving sub po3Ducs 20 95 F. A. Ciiaiuberlin, 82, team hire.... 7 00 W. B. Charlton, 83, amount paid for taxes, '96 and '97 . . . . 13 27 G. E. Angulo, 81, interpreter's fees 33 00 Chas. O'Neil, 85. work in jail. presented for $36; allowed for 32 00 C. E. Perkins, 86, makine abstract of school lands 8 00 John S. Miller, 87, labor at jail, presented for $27; allowed for 22 50 Upon motion the following demands were allowed out of salary fund, no warrants to issue ; . C. E. Perkins, 38, assigned juror certificates. $ 6 B0 C. G. Powell, . 39, assigned juror certificates..... ...... . 185 20 Shields & Price, 40, assigned juror certificates.,.. 231. 9Q Upon motion board adjourned to meet May 3rd, 1898. JOHN MILLER, F. A. Chambermn, Chairman. Clerk. Office Board of Supervisors, ) Florence, Ariz., May 3, 1898.) Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present John Miller, chairman; J. H. Brown andU. F. Cook, members; and P. A. Chamberlin, clerk. Proceedings of April 30th, read and approved. A. S. Neighbors appeared before the board having in possession 4 lion skins with scalps attached, uud requested permission to remove fakins and scalps for the purpose of mounting, it being understood that tin' demands filed therewith will be duly allowed when affidavit of witness who saw the freshly killed animals is filed. Upon motion the following demands were audited and allowed out of ex pense fund, no warrants to issue: P. R. Brady, Jr., 88, balance of salary as Treasurer for 1897.$ 200 00 Together with costs amount ing to.... 8 40 H. D. Cassiday, 89, balance of salary as District Attorney for 1897 250 00 Refugia Vellenebo, 90, atten dance on indigent sick 25 00 Upon motion the District Attorney was instructed to appear for the board in any mandamus case brought on be half of either J. M. Ochoa or E. O. Stratton, for back salary and to defend the case. Upon motion a warrant was ordered to issue in favor of the clerk of this board against contingent fund for $15, for the purpose of meeting contingent expenses. Upon motion board adjourned to meet June 4th, 138. JOHN MILLER, I-'. A. Chambkbi ik, Chairman. Clerk. The Ed.tor Will Gst There. It doesn't take money to run a news paper; it can be run without money. I Is a charitable institution, a beg ging concern, a highway robber, B'God- i frey. The newspaper is a child of the air, a creature of a dream. It can go on and on and on, when any other con cern would in the hands of receiver and woundup with cobwebs in the window. It takes gall to run a news paper. It takes a scintillative, acro batic imagination, and a half dozen white shirts, and a railroad pass to run a newspaper. But money Heavens to Betsy and six hands round, who ever needed money in conducting a newspaper? . Kind worda are the medium of ex change that do the business for the editor kind words and church social tickets. When yon see an editor with money, watch him. He'll be paying bills and disgracing the profession. Never give money to an editor. Make him trade it out. He likes to swap. Then when you die, after having stood around for years and sneered at the editor and ins little jira crow paper, be sure and have your wife send in for three extra copies by one of your weep, ing children, and when she reads the generons and touching notice about you, forewarn her to nepdect to send fifteen cents to the editor. It would overwhelm him. Money is a eorrupUnsr thin?. The editor knows It, aud what he wauls is vcur heartfelt thanks. 1 !:ca he can thank his priuturs and they can thank their gtoeers. Sand your job work out of the county and then come and ask for your notices. The Lord loves a cheerful giver. He'll take care of all the editors. Don't worry about the editor. He has a charter from the State to act as a doormat for the community. He'll get the paper out somehow, ana stand up for you when you run for office, and lie about your pigeon-toed daughter's tackey wedding, ana uiow aooui your idiotic son when he gets a $4 per week job, and weep over your shriveled soul when it is released from your grasping body, and smile at your wife's second marriage, tie 11 get aioug. xuo Lord alone knows how but the editor will get there somehow. fEx. A prominent visitor in Tue son says according to the Star, that the Hua- chuca mountains arc a better mining field than the Klondike as they are immensely rich in mineral wealth and can be mined the year round. They have recently made a rich strike and some floe specimens of copper ore, and one, especially, a body of copper glance weighing 175 pounds, can be seen at the Occidental hotel. An Anglo-American Alliance. From Harper's Weekly. 1 An alliance between Great Britain and the United States that is, be. tween all countries and peoples speak ing the English language is now fully within the contemplation of practical politicians. Whether a treaty will soon be negotiated is another matter. Politicians on both sides of the water are at least preparing their own minds and the minds of the peo ple of England and America by con sidering and discussing the possibility of Bach an agreement. By the very act of doing so they have brought the peo ple of the two countries nearer to gether, and in England a strong popu lar sentiment already exiath in favor of a uniou. it would be difficult to fi-c the period at which this English, senti ment of decided friendliness towards Ameriea began its present strong and gratifying manifestation, but, para doxical as it may seem, we are inclined to credit the Venezuela incident with the awakening of that respect for us which is so obvious an element of the British press and public towards Ameri cans. At least there is no doubt that English public men and English society did not look upon Mr. Olney's dis patches to Mr. Bayard, and upon Mr. Cleveland's message, iu the same way as they struck some of us in this cou n try who did not agree with the President and his Secretary of State. Be this as it may, the fact that an interna tional alliance is desired by English men of all parties is now one of the foremost facts of international polities. If it had not been so before by reason of the frank confessions of English sympathy for us in our war with Spain, and by active and material aid afford ed us by the government at a time when the Continental nations intended to prevent war by an unfriendly demonstration against us, it is now certain by reason of Mr. Chamberlain's declarations in hia Birmingham speech in favor of an Anglo-American alliance. The Silver Men Take a Hand. Washington, May 29. Silver men of the three parties have shown their in tention to blockade the passage of the war revenue bill if necessary to pre vent the issue of $500,000,000 in bonds. Allen, Teller and Daniels, supposed to voice the sentiments of the three par ties, have given notice that if the re publicans do not incorporate some of the senate amendments they will intro duce others that may precipitate a de bate. Last evening a caucus was held and the silver men have concluded that no emergency is at hand to demand the imposing of so much debt on the people at this time. It is hinted in car tain quarters that so soon as the bonds pass, steps may be taken to bring the war to a speedy close. The president's statement that Porto Rico would be oc cupied immediately for fear that Spain may sue for peace while Cuba is still in her possession, gives color to the ru mor. At any rate it is thought there is plenty of time to consider the advisa bility of such an enormous loan. Silver men seem determined to stand for the coinage of the seigniorage, and if neces sary, the issuance of $150,000,000 in treasury notes. "Grease 'Em Again." Theodore Roosevelt was not always the collected, diplom' speaker he is to-day. The earmarks of the public roan were just showing themselves when at school. During those days whenever there was anything special "Teddy" was called upon to deliver an oration or a recitation. Upon the occasion of which this story deals he was announced to recite the poena boginnlug At midnight in his guarded tent The Turk lay dreaming of the hour Whou Greece her knees in suppliance bent Would tremble at bis iower. "Teddy" rose before a crowded house and Btarted out bravely. With all the flourishes of boyish energy he repeated the lines as far as "When Greece her knees " and then he Btopped. He stammered, shuffled his feet and began again: When Greece her knees " The old schoolmaster leaned for ward and in a shrill voice said: "Grease 'em again, Teddy, and may be it will go then." Clocks That Turn Ont the Lights. In these daya of electricity it is not essential to have somebody turn out the ligbjts. Time switches aire made which can be attached to a clock and made to turn out electric lighta at amy desired hour. Suppo6e, for instance, the lights are in a ahow window, and it is desired to put them out at midnight. At that hour the dock closes a circuit, permit ting the passing of an electric current to the switch, which, thus released. cute off the electric light and so puts out the lights. N. Y. Sun. ,,t. . Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. JUsoluU;ty pure tVvel E prv-V3 f SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Boston's highest tide -was April 16,' 1851. It rose to 15.66 feet, and was .33 over the coping of the navy yard dry, dock. ! A Parisian opthalmologist Bays that the incandescent- electric light is tha least harmful to the eyes of all artificial light. Next comes the light of a good kerosene lamp, after that candles, and the worst of all is ordinary gas light. To the average eye not more thari 5,000 stars are visible; some persoms having extraordinarily strong eyes can- see about 8,000 stars; through the Lick telescope and other powerful instru ments about 50,000,000 stars are visible. .. The oil glands of the skin are most numerous in races living under the, tropics, because the oil is nature's pro tection! against the heat of the bud. In- hot countries its action is often as sisted by the application of vegetable or animal oils. A curious illustration of the power of light matter to perforate more sub stantial substances, when driven at a high velocity, occurred in the Eoyal ar senal, England. A cast iron; target plate, one inch thick, was placed 25 fee in. front, at an angle o 45 degrees, in order to break up everything into dust and throw it upwaTds. A clay plug, weighing tyt ounces, perforated an inchi iron plate. That birds build their nests by im itoition has been- called Si; question by Mr. A. (1. Butler, of London, who fnys that the reason v. hy many of them at the begrainK of th. tteason trifle with buildj;g material icr wnr.e lime before they produce- a satisfactory result is that they are urriible at onw exactly to rcmemtxr what the character of the nest was in which they first saw the light of day. The great vitality of dragon flics is shown by McLaehland, who having struck at a large J2schna ait rest oa a twig-, the head was seettto tumble down, while the rest of the insect fleiwaway in an "undecided manner" for a consider able distance. Upon, picking up the head he noticed that the insect , had been eating a fly at the time. "The mandibles continued working as if nothing had happened, and the masti cated portions of the fly passed out at the back of the head." PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. ' Cholly "Are you positive that she is not ia?" The Maid "I am; I'd lose my job if I wasn't." Buck. As If He Needed It. "I'm: going to get Goodley a Bible." "Don't do it; he'd take it as a reflection on his piety." Judge. Young Softleigh ''Do you know; Miss Cutting-, that I actually belive I am losing my mind?" Miss Cutting "Indeed! Why, how can you tell?" Chiosgo News. Its value, The Artist (compla cently) "This picture with the frame is worth $325." His Friend "Come, old man! you never gave $300 for that frame?" Truth. "One of the leading CzechB rejoices in the name of Czwrczok." "6ay, I rec ognize that. It's the machiae the den tist bores out the cavity with." Cleve land riiia Pcal.-r. "'Tatst alius puttir.' oa style dat count?," said Uncle F.L-en. "Pen-pie-wouldn't think a bit mo' o' Santy Clstua if be wore patent k-at? er shoes an' shaved twice a day." - - Washington Star. His Blunder. "Ah, I see I have con veyed a "wrong impression!" said the young man who had mistakenly kissed the young woman's maiden aunt in the darkened hallway as he came in. Chi cago Tribune. "Hear about the robbery last night?" asked the grocer. "No," re plied the early customer; "where ddd it occur?" "Eight here," said the grocer; "thieves broke into my store and stole three barrels of sugar." "Well," mused the customer. "1 suppose they will have sand enough to tackle a bank the next time." Chicago News. Nerves I.Jve After Denth. With an apparatus called the myo phone M. D'Arsooval has proved that the nerves may, contrary to the old be- lief, live many hours after the death of the body. Thia cannot long be made perceptible through the excitability of the muscles, but the sound in the in strument shows that a, nerve may act on a muscle, in a state of electric ex-' cita-bility, without, producing, more. than, simple molecular vibration. Philadel phia Presa. . - .... if". ' '