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7 VOL. VII. FLORENCE. PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1808. NO. 52. PROFESSIONAL CARDS- DR. ANC1L MARTIN. yrs AND EAR. Phonix, Arizona- H. II. CASSIDAY, ITSTRICT ATTORNEY, PINAL COUNTY Othco in the Court House. GEO. M. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office u,..! - resilience at hospital Florence. Arizona GEO. SCOTT. OF. THE PEACE, NOTARY and Conveyancer, Dudleyville, JUSTICE Publiu A.T. I OC i'UU M', 'UK! IjON . HYSICIA.v AND Sl-KOKON. All Culls a swered promptly day or ili.-ht. Keddnre In the Guilds liuiUiiij; ju.-t lmek o! C. K. Mlchra 4 Co.. euji c, Florence, A. T. mbihui iii in i ii ii ,mm i mi hi j : Valley Bank,! The PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Capital, Surplus, $100,000 - 2;,coo Wm. Chbisit. President. U. H. Sherham, Vice-President. ii. W. Misbisqek, Cashier. .' Receive Deposits, Make Collections, Bny and Soil ahange, Discount Comaiereial Paper and do a Ueneral Bankio Busduess. OfEeo Hours, 9 a. m, to 3 p. m. COBBSSPOMDKNT8. American Exchnnire National Bank, N". Y. The Anslo-California Bank, Sun Francisco, California. Am. Exchange Nat'l Bank. Chicago, 111. First National Bank. Los Angeles. Bank of Arizona, trescott, Arizona. THE FlQMCD annacy, Uader Management of Dr. GEO. M, BROCKWAY. Completely Restocked With Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries Blank Books, Stationery, Cigars, Etc. IHHliott Mouse, (South Side Railrond Track.) Ca Grande, Arizona, W. V. ELLIOTT, Proprietor. First-class Accommodations lor Commercial Travelers and the Gen. era! Public. Room newly furnished and kept neat, and clean. Taliie supplied with the best the mar ket utforda by an excellent American cook. Greo. ID. Kohler, Furnishes Your House Complete. Furniture, Carpets, p ,.-. MATTINGS; . " - VALL PAPER, CSOCKEEY. STOVES. GEORGE E. KOHLER, - Tucson, Cor. Stone Ave. tfnd Congress Sts. C.E. ANGULO'S Meat Market, Main Street, Florence. Is eonstaatly supplied with Fat Beef, which will be furnished customer at the lowest cash prices. We buy for cash and are com pvlled to sell for cash, and will ue our best endeavors to guarantee satisfaction to our customers. C. E. MICHEA & CO, DfcALKHS IN' Ueneral Mercliaiiflise, Comer Main and 12th streets. Florence. - - Arizona- 11uuI County Isnlldtng Association. A. liOav Florence, Pinal County, Arizona. I T.Wbittbmobk, President, CD. KBfl'V, Vice President. V. C. Sxbvkmb, Trensurer H. 15. Cabsiday Secretary and Attorney I. T. Whlttemore, C. 1. Directors: Rev Reonv H. U. Cassia ay, f- t;. ntevens, 1. ju. Lile & G. Powell and k. T. Bollen. Office: With H. V. Cassiday. -.Directors' regular meetings, first Monda) lreach month at 1 o'clock p. m P Antonio, Chinaman DEALEB IN GeMallsrclafiuise, Corner 9th and Bailey streets, florence. - Arizona. ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Step and Livery Co. (Incorporated.) DAILY : STAGE BKTWKK.V Florence and Casa Graude Livery, Feed & Sale Stable S-'iorenco and Casn C. 1 i o l- y VYlioieaie jUenierii in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, COXGRSSS STKEfiT, TUCSON, . . ARIZONA. Buying entirely In rtloa1 lot, and with jwuiiurs lariir, enutiies us to lay down irom! in Florence and vicinity at leu thun California Prices. AH LEE'S RESTAURANT. Opposite Thk Fi.or.ESCE Tbibcme office In P. R. Brady, Jr's., New Building. First-class In every Teanect. Meals Si and S5 eu. Lalies dinlnif room, Corner 7th and Main street Florence, - . Arizona. THE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK, 50,000 7,500 Capital Stock, - - -Surplus and Profits, - OI'FICKKS: Babuoh 11. jiCoBt, President Frbu Flkisumaii, Yice-Preaideat. Lionbl M. Jacob, Cashier. . 1. M. Obmsbt, Asti.tant-Cashier. Transacts a. General Banking Business. Makes t?leraph5 transfers. Draws For eign nd Domestic Bills of ExpliftTijre. Accounts of Individuals, irms uud Cor jKrations ttolicited. COMMERCIAL HOTEL European Pian. GEO. H. A. LUKRS, - - Proprietor. Corner Center and Jefferson Streets. Phoenix, Arizona. Leading buvlnes and family hotel in Ari zona. Located in the businoss center- Con tains one hundredrojms. Tunnel Saloon, CHOICE WIXES, LIQUORS (JIG A IIS. J, C. Ks AT1MC, Proprietor. iLE3A, IfLOliiiiNCL GLOBE STAGE LINE. Three Trips a week. Daylight Travel leaved Mesa 5 a. m. Tuesdays, Thurs'lttyii and Saturdays. Arrives at ilorenceat 11:30 a. m. Leaves Florence ut 1 p. m arriving at Globe ftt ft n. m., the following day. Leaves Ulobe S a. m. luesaays, inurscjays and Saturdays. Arrives at Florence at 11a. m. the following day. Leaves Florence for Mesa at I p. m. A rr rives at Mesa at 6 p. in. tetaes stop over mgnt at Kivorsuie. irooa accommodations given the traveling: public. Stages connect with stages for Dudleyville, Benson. Mammoth. Oracle and Tucson. Johnhom Hboh, Agents at Mesa. jjouia mjltah, Agnt at uione. D. C. Stkvbns. Aeent at Florence. LEP.l VltlG GHUKG DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries And Notions. Sell clieap for cash. Corner 7th and Bailey streets, Florence ... Arizona. A CONSUMPTION CUltE The Great Crusade Is Now Under Way ia Engknd. Eminent Medical Men Hiivn Adapted a Sot alcana of Combating t!j I,!fe-DetrulBtt Dltcau. There have been consumption cures without number. Some have venue in bottles Rnd were easy to lake. Cohers were in the form of medicated which the juilif i:t U:U,iW:'.. cure y. ashy :r.!oir?u i.-'. V,ut fo hour, v.k vi.iic-.' h the cures' 1 i't'ti' ail La-- r-i:d, air, r the S'Civ ivt. Tl.e c'.itn,tt i.ta!ii.K has t.ro-Vt-J a the victim , r, - ucjir, j fortunacely iue oi ;h. mental phenom ena of consumption is the patient's be lief concerning himself, or htrself. JCot in one eu&e out of one hundred can they be made to understand their dan ger in time. The cure by climate, how ever, has one-serious drawback, tame I, expense. A movement ie now on foot in Eng land to establish a cure that will be j within the reach of even the most mod- i t-st income. I'hvMcia!! long a;;o reo- j cgnized that eocsntnpl ion was not r.ee- j fwarily fatal. They have also known I that those threatened, or indeed a!- ' ready in the first stales, could cure tl'intelves if they would but persist j in the following' out of a few simple rules of life. The new cure, which will be pro moted by an association of ph.viians and philanthropic iaynien, in Kupian-i, Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Washinsrton, Jl. C., November W' Kotiee is hereby eivca that sealed bids addressed to the commissioner of the general land otScc, will be received by the receiver of the United States Jam! office at Tucson, Arizona, up to and including January 2H, 19, for the purchase under the act of March 3, 1891 (S8 Stat., 1003). of timber for a total of two thousand (2,090) cords of wood (mesqnite and live oak) to bo cut from nnsurrej ed pnblic lands in the two locali ties, as follows: One lot of l.UiOcords of ii!ci.(1iiite to he cut from an area of S.C0 ;u-rcs irt v, hat, if twenty miiett west from the tuv. n ii moth, in tho county of Pinal. The second loiuf l.C-0 cords of ilv' oak to be cut from an area t-f abtmt' J.Outi a-re- of un-iurvcyed luud. inclaUiuij tht, hills be tween the ravines. In what, if surveyed, would be Township 9 S Hones IS ., and located in what is known as Cherry vltey, twelve miles from Mammoth, about Tour miles from Shultz, five miles northeast of Oraelo and two miles cast of tho Tucson and Mumiiioth stage road. The timber will not be sold for less than the' appraised bttimpage value, to-. it: Twenty-five C2?) cents per cord, of mesquite; and thirty-live (2S) cents per cord of live oak. A deposit of one hundred (100) doilars with the receiver will be required with each bid, which must be for the entire number of 2,000 cords; and payment in full must be made within thirty days after notice of award. The timber to t cut will be marked and designated by the special ajent, under whose supervision it will be cut otid re moved. So green timber less- than six (Ii) inches In diameter at the base can be cut. All tops, brush and refuse to bo piled for burning under the direction of the social asent. No timber can lie transported out of the terri'ory of Arizona. No timber can be cut or otherwisedispoted of until after pay ment in full. Purchaser failing to remove all timber within one year forfeit? purchase money and right to timber unremoved. The riiiht is reserved to reject any or all bids. EINGEK HERMANN, dlO-tt Commissioner, Denartmnnt of the Interior. OlStt., iVft-iiir.etd'.i. H. -C, General Land November U Not ten is hetisby RtreB that sealed bid, j atUir.-t-sed to tho Cmn;lssloi.r tit h j Qenerai Land OSUe, will be re.lvt by t no Knwiver of the United States Land Office at j Tucson, Arizona, up to and incmuiit January 28. 11, for tfea piu-choitM under i he j Act oi iluicu S, tati. to omt-, iv' mesqulte timber sufficient to eive & total of 4S0 cords of wood, to be cut from two tracts of 80 acres each, 'vie: E.H Of SE. ii Seo- 15, and S. 'A of NW. M See. 21. all la Township S.,Kanee E., G. and S. K. Mm risti County, Arizona. The timber will not be sold for less than the appraised stumpage value, viz: thirty" five (85) cents per cord. A deposit of fifty (W dollars with the Receiver will be required with each bid, which must be for the entire number of 480 cords; and payment in full must be made within thirty days after notice of award. The timber to be cat will be marked and designated by the Spocia Agent, under whose supervision it will be cut and removed. No timber less than six (6) inches in diameter at the base can Be cut All taps, brush and refuse to be piled for burning Under the direction of the Special Agent. No timber can be transported out of the Territory of Arizona. No timber can be cut or otherwise disposed of until after pay ment in full. Purchaser falling to remove all timber within one year forfeits purchase money and right to timber unremoved. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. BIKC?EK HERMANN, dlO-f.t Commissioner, will follow these rules in operations. The society is to be called "The Xa tional Crusade Against Consumption Society." It is no visionary scheme. This is M;on by the fact that the must emi nent, medical nu n in Great Britain are interested in the movement and ' present at the first formal meet in,' of the society in October, at which the prince ol Wales will preside. 'the society will have an organiza tion not unlike that of a mutual life insurance company; thr.t is, as many subwriber r.s possible will be secured. The membership f,v will be fne dollars a year. Small Ka this sum is, it will, it J'; ':I.-' v!j'bi-:'i, i! ore tl-f.S! .-.r? tl-.:c . - ',) " r-i;x will i-rim who il! n".i-r h.v .:-; .;. tu js'tU 'pOC tie v. f .ir . ' ,, " .'"." u" "' ' - h w! t tin i:Mt!npt bnunrht to lurt.t. To br-jrit: wlti; , it v. U! I combat the idea that the disease is nec essarily inherited. This way b one of the reabor.s of its spread, but- cor. trarj; to. tho general belief it is far frc-n being the most common. Another point on which the society win lay special stress is the daiitrcr from that uniipu' device, the modern fiat. It iBaifued that the flat Is one-of the most fruitful sources, of tubercu losis because- of the ir.iiifneient lipht at.tl air allowed. Thus the flat aud the rlif-.eae-infccted dweliing house, or the house that is too thickly shaded, wiii be two of th firt objects of attack. This cure by education, as it may be tailed, is. towevor, only or. of the pur-T-ows of the- socii'ty. The iulifeription monev, it is ex- l reet-d. wi'J mark a Cture that will mal'.e it jicssible to build a number of retreat-? for thoe actually in the grip of consumption. The.e retreats will bo in co Ke-ns bori-i'tals. The housts will he small, detached coftaffes, with ample teran daj, to arranj.'sd thatwhiie still pcr-r.nuina- the free access of air and sun light, they cin yet be s hut oIT from winds and draughts. The patients will live entirely in the open air. Their bedrooms will be without carpet?, mps oi- eurtsins at the windows. The win dows will be protected by an arratiLt ment of shades that will allow of the-ir beinfr contant !y open, r.o matter from what quarter the wind may blow. art Of rta 'ch 5 h- p.- c pii'.-r', now- . "dried t.,;t' b- 2'-re it it r. ;'a:n srf to li.t :n a ni.ntter thr.t. can be easily fuv eoiopilfhvd i-y a simple uieel.Dieai tit vice. Hi -r! re-, r wii! be f i ' j-lr isl:i 1 ir. the south of Kr4j!ar.d, where the cli mate is admirably miteu to the ueeda of consumptive, ai;d where the-soi'i is dry and shuuj" a point of the titmort importance, by the way and where there is an aburdance of suashihfc the year ro'in-d. Medicine will ply r,o part ia the cure. Diet and e-xercise will be the two weapons in cctive uve. A fiitple course of physical training, with fr 'pient , baths, will be persisted in. i'roper breathing will be tught, for r.ot one person ir. 5du breaths correct ly, and a proper use of the luntrs in this respect does more to keep up a- good bodiiy condition than anything else. Philadelphia Press. . PUSGEHT PARAGRAFHS. Eumor of the Camp. "Captain, the new recruit ie a Cue feueex." "Is he? Put him on picket duty." ClovelMid Plain. Dealer, Old Crusty (angrily) "Well, I wouldn't talk like a fool, if I were you." Mrs. Crusty (sereueh) "No, you wouhln't dear." Town Topics. The Real Ordeal. "I hear he refused to take chloroform when he was oper ated on." "Yea, said he'd rather take it when he paid his bill." Detroit Journal- '"I heard a queer expression the other C..: , i wt: s;-k'xir to a IsOy of the fine old town of VP rent ham, aud e.v citiiiu.,!: "0, y-.-s, 1 kaow that town it's the one thnt- has those perfw.ly ieliciou grttvc-yaiCtiS'" P-os-tou J ' Transcript. j . A Doll. -Mrs. Tun "I had to t;- t rid ( .-.f my cook-" Mr. Jive "Imbed V" ! u.- - -sl, Si.U UitiU KILV. V. MlJ golf stick3 forkindliiiff wood, and there J were three of Henry's walking' sticks right at hand." Philadelphia North American. Maude "Funny -what curious eyes some people have! I showed roy new phot ograph to the Keliisous to-day. Ha said it was awfully pretty, and she said it didn't look a bit lite me." Edith "So it see-ms that husband and wife cau think alike, doesn't it?" Boston Tran script. . The Essence of Jingoism. "Wa-1, Jim, wot d'ye think abart the czar o' Rooshia, and t-his 'ere universal disarmament?" Jim- "Well, it's sutnmat like me and my oie woman, mate, when there's a bit of a shindy brewing-. The one wot proposes peace is the one wot ain't got 'old o' the poker!" Fun. "Yes, they had a Boston woman's phalanx all picked out to annihilate the Spanish warships." . "How were they going to do it?" "By standing in a row along the wharf and letting the blazing sua strike against their spectacles. Then they would concentrate the rays upoji the Spanish ships and set the maga zines on fire." OeveUadPlaiii Dealer, ...... .T Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVAl erWQ THE HOSPITAL SHIP. avei w aria re. !' l! Arr. KiKlxxIieil Ail tb Improve ment ot ri-D&ro-flvtf Huino-nit?-untl Wciciitirie Sartiii-sl J c.-ur-h. Surgeon General Van Keypen, of th nary, returned a few tiays at from New Vork, where he inspected the naval amiitilanee ship the Solace aud saw the; sick pnd. mounded brouifht up from Admiral Sampson's fleet, 54 in all. The wounded include those who participated in the enij;;j;emeiits at Cardenas, C'ienfueitos and Matitnzus. The r.it-u are tioincr v eil, and then; wiil be no fatalities resulting-. One of the men will lose an arm, ess that member was bo maugl.-d by a shell that, (impu tation above the elioww.'i5 necessary. ,U1 the other patients will be more fortunate. Surgical science h-.m made such preut advances since the oh il war that there wiil be uo such groat losses of lim; and other perme.r.etu disfig urements as occurred So yr;;rr. apo. One of the men brought up 00 the Solace had bis thigh bo;;.- shattered by a piece of .panisli shell. The h--!! went into the fleshy part of the ?)ibrh, Crushing the. bone to splinters uml emerging on the other side of the lejr: It made a raping wound completely through the leg, with the 1t:h bom severed. During the civil war such it wound would have necessitated bpj- i nutation of the leg near tl;t- hip. Put J under the present methods of anti- I septic treatiiient amputation was not r.ecesso ry in this ease. The treatment already has shown that the limb will Vie saved, although it may be tt trifle Fliorter than before. Not ootv it aniptitation Kv.;ded. b,f isr ;te soil -1 tile civil i.r ,au !o rio i,;s ro'ifh. The o'her woo: :jt incut are not of a r. vh-j meter and call for no spcitial ciil skill. The sick nnui, about t iu iivmiber, have no si;rns of contagious disease, thtir ailments beinif chronic, such as cotnumptioti, heart disease, etc. They wero takeu away from tho riptitinj,'' s-hii'S. ns the northern latitude wiil aid in their recovery, and also lie cause sickness on board ship has a do pressiny influence on the fighting crews. The sufferers, both sick and wound ed, showed their delight -when taken, aboard the Solace. It is appointed like a modern hospital, with cheerful wards and every facility toward re storing health. Some of the old tars speedily named the Solace the "ice cream ship," as the iee-mtiking ma chine, aboard permitted she nurses to give, the sick and wounded iee cream as one of their delicacies. When chicken was served to some of the pa tients they declared that they were now living in a hotel. The substantial are furnished by the navy, but many delicacies, such as lemons, oranges, jellies, chickens, etc., have been fur nished by private contribution, and are looked upon in tho care of sick as aliuobt a3 essential as solid foods. I)r. Van Eeypcn is grati 3ed wit h the success of the Solace. t is a distinct departure in the cure cf sick anil wounded, and at the outset was looked upon as rather experimental. During the civil war our sick and wounded w.:re kept in hospitals Hi the mouth of tl,! Misi ssippi vm-r, at key 8 Ut at other points near the so'.-ne of t it. The inter:; heat of the fcoutii added to the distresn of the wounrted, largely increasing the death rate. Dr. Van iu-ypen detern:ir.!l upott a poiiev in the pi'e.-ent v.?r. ife i;- tuiius to remove ail the sick skid wounded to the north, the Solace tnnk- j ing trips back and forth, betweeu the j fleet and northern ports., llfeeisthat ' the experimental stage is now past and that the plan of an ambulance ship continually moving the sick and wounded from the scene cf action is an established improvement on the old methods. The British naval observer visited the Solace at Key est. and said that it was the first hospital ship of the kind he had ever seen. He was im pressed with the completeness of the Solace's outfit, and indicated that this, modern device for mitigating- the hor rors of war would attract, the atten tion of foreigu countries and l:e gen erally adopted. The Solace arrived at tho Brooklyn navy yard and transferred her 51 pa tients to the naval hospital at Brook lyn. 8he sailed to rejoin Admiral Sajnpson's fleet and take away such further sick and wounded as may be there. Dr. Van Rev-pen sent aboard $1,000 worth of delicacies contributed by private parties, and also give the chief surgeon of the ship f(j')0 for fur ther use in this line. This is an addi tiou to tho substantia.! ou board, and POWOf - r CO., NEW YORK. v. ill iix oats of ;m much, to the f arched the sick and wounded who ?.)!. ji'--mV :!ecf.--V-is!iii!ir I !ot) AND 2TRY. 1 :.f . oyi7i(f tite g a lo:v into the ejection and fill ! trunk 1 ing j: -;. iirie acid. Tiiv .v.'M'e j'itid from potato-patch, iarmi:;g in Philadelphia this year was $24U an acre, for each dollar expended frtim J4.50 to $5 worth of produce was realized.' It has been found that the moss of the tamarack suamps in Minnesota is as good as that of the south for up holsterers' use. and there is premise of an extensive industrial development in the preparation of the new commodity. Futures to the geological survey show that the total production of lead in the I" cited States from all sources in the- last six months of 1S98 was 1 jO.T 1 i.'S net tons, compared with 289,098 tons in the year 1397, and 204.994 tons in Contrary to a widespread belief that hard woods give more heat in burning-, than soft varieties, it has been shown that the greatest power is possessed by the wood of the linden tree, which is very soft. I'ir stands next to linden and almost equal to it. Prof. Lim'.iey estimates that a single frond of the hart's tongue, Seolopen drium, which is a small fern, will pro duce 18,000.000 spores or seeds. "If all should grow they would in a few years cover the whole continent. "Many of our ustive ferns produce seeds in great er abundance than the hart's tongue. The feit mills at Solceville. N. V .. which became famous on account of Alfred Duige's social experiments, and which closed at his failure some months, &.7f,, have r opened under a new man agement. The profit-sharing schemes, ONE VICTIM OF VESUVIUS. ,V Atuertenn Vi ho Luet HI Life a tfea Bamlaar Mountain flttr Yean Ao. Yean Am There came near being a tragtdy on. Mount Vesuvius recently, when several ladies Tentored too ntar the crater ai:d were all "but swept aw-y by streams of "-' which jpoured from the mountain. This f actre!!a!!i " the tad death nearly 10 years ago of Mr. Charles Carroll Bayard, of Dela ware, who had many relatives in Mary land and was widely known in this state. Tho accident which cost Mr. Bayard his life happened in 1S50. He was an officer in the navy and, arriving at Naples, a party cf naval officers and others was made up to visit the crater cf Vesuvius, which was then semi- -active-. Among these with him was the late Charles Tucker Carroll, of Bal timore, fathf r of Mr. J. Howell Carroll, now United Statesconsul at Cadiz. Mr. Bayard was the brother of the late Richard B. Bayard, father of Mr. Rich ard II. Bayard, of Baltimore, and a rel- . . 1 , . "T-1 T- T J . The party nad reached the summit cf the mountain, when suddenly there was a shower of red-hot stones thrown high in the air. All hands took to their heels, and a few- moments later discov ered that Mr. Bayard was lying on the ground behind them. One-of the heavy stores 1.3.1 orrck hitn on the rrrrt. UiHKit'e . ingntiui wr,ur.a. lie was IsUot! back tn Naples eud given the tenderc s r.urnlng. but he C.'ei, and Ms oinly t-.ried there, his li r.:b vr g been sutthbly marked m Infer yenrs. A strnrg. thing al.o;-, the aeeidert; v. a t.', the fact that Mr. liavard v.-as loath make tl.f trip which ended in Ms death. He had a presentiment thnt h ought not to go, and even in the car riage on the way to the mountain top he caused the vehicle to be stopped and declared that he would get out and walk back to Xaple. His companions remonstrated with him and tried to convince him that his presentiment was hut a fooiiah fancy, and he finally consented to accompany the party. When he wos-hurt noce of his friends had the slightest idea that he was fa tally injured and believed that he. would be well In a tew weeks. Xot so with him, though. "You may ampu tate my arm," he said, "or do anything you like, but you eannoi save my life. I r.m going to die. I felt it when I started for the mountain, and now that this has happened I am convinced that nothing can eave me." He was right. He lingered for about ten days and then death came, Balti more Sun. A WorMly Habit. Fellows You seem to forget that the world owes every man a living. Bellows No, I don't, but Tve discov ered that it has imbibed the human habit of not paying vts delts. Rich K0d Diipatcl- '