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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. APRIL 8, 18C. Welcome showers visited this section 'on Tuesday last. Dr. Brockway received a new Victor bicycle this w eek. John T. Bates was down from Dud leyville this week. Miss Griffin, of Cusa Grande, is visit ing Mrs..J. E. O'Connor. P. J. Cole, the mining man, came in yesterday from Riverside. (. E. Angulo has started butcher shop at the Ray mine. up a Mr. Aquiles Ariola, the Cisa Grande merchant, was in town yesterday. A. F. Bellamy was in town this week and returned ta his ranch ye.t?rilay. The Su Dervisors have been hi session all the week, full Hoard present. Pave Gibson, formerly of the Flor ence Hotel, was iu riioeiiix Wednesday. There will be tlir.ee weeks more of school, when the summer vacation will begin. A rodeo will commence at Shields & Priee's ranch, near Pinal, next Monday, the 10th inst. Mr. and Mrs. Fred White are occupy ing Mrs. Ballou's residence, opposite the school honse. Mrs. E. M. Mills, of the Mills House, Phoenix, registered at the Florence Hotel Wednesday. W. Y. Price, with his fast paeing mare and newly-painted buggy, has the neatest rig in town. The rodeo has been goiug on in this neighborhood this w.eek, and there teems to be a fair crop of calves. W. J. Bley expects to leave for Dud Jeyville to-day to complete the resi dence building of Supervisor Cook. I. Lowenstein, traveling representa tive of L. Zeckeadorf & Co., Tucson, was in town several days this week. The school board of this district organized last Saturday by electing John Miller chairman and P. R. Brady clerk. Kct. 3.O. Prit-hnrd, of Bisbee, rr rived in Florence yesterday to attend the Presbyter' of Arizona, now in .session here. Miss Bettie Sears, who lias teen vis iting her sister, "Mrs. Ciias, M. Fore man, for some time past, returned to Mesa Thursday. County Treasurer Brady has got -down to the L's in the sale of property for delinquent taxes. Nearly all is cold to the territory, and there it re mains. L. E.Graham sent several loads of lumber and shingles across the river this week for repairs oa the McLe'lan place, which he recently became pos sesor of. J. J. Young, a miner and prospector who was brought down from Mammoth About a month ago, ill with consump tion, died in the county hospital last Thursday. He was 44 years old. Other property owners along Main street are turning green with envy over the handsome appearance tf County Treasurer Brady's new brick bnilding and its beautiful porch. Mrs. F. B. Maldonado and children, Misses Teresa, Altagraeia and Carolina Angnlo, of Tucson, are visiting their relatives in Florence. They are stop ping with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Angulo. George P. Blair, superintendent of the Mammoth mine, has returned from the east, and it is said will soon begin the erection of a large electric plant on the Aravaipaj for the reduction of Mammoth ores. Frank Doan and Claud Michca, victims of the late unpleasantness at tlie University of Arizona, reached Lome i uesuay. The latter performed the duties allotted to him and re ceived an honorable discharge. Chas. H. Niemeyer received his com mission this week as postmaster of Florence, and will on the 15th inst. take charge of the office, which he will move to the corner of Main and Eighth streets, in the room now occupied by Bostick'e barber shop. Steve Bailey and Alex. Bhinestein drove over from Phoenix Tuesday. The former lias accepted the position of clerk at the Florence Ilotel and has been duly installed. Steve has a host of friends in Florence, who are glad to welcome him back to town. The teams and wagon trains of Bedinond Tooney passed through Flor ence Sunday for the Cobre Grande mines in the Cananea district of Mexico. The teams numbered seventy horses, while there were five trains of sixteen wagons in all. Two large water tanks were taken. Dentist. Dr. Davis has just arrived from Phoe nix and is at the Florence Hotel, lie an excellent dentist and tries to not hurt his patients. Judge Benson has recently erected a large chickeu house and enclosed a rnn-way with wire netting, for the purpose of engaging in the poultry business extensively. His daughter, Miss Dot, will take active charge of tiie business, out-door exercise having been recommended by her physician. Alexander Hill, the London mining man, V. Y. Westervelt of New York and Y. E. Wilson and Mrs. Wilsou passed through Florence Tuesday on their way from the Ray mine to Tuc son. Mr. Hill goes to England and Mr. WiiSon takes charge of the Old Mowery mine, in Santa Cruz county. Sheriff Trnman recently received letters from his mining partner Jack Smith, now on Copper river, Alaska, Me savs prospeets arc- oru-ouray i g", though i-.edroek Ita not tfot 1 eon struck. lie adv'.f-es people to reinnin a way from there unless they coma with a year's provisions aiul a. deier mination to prospect for new jrro.ind. lack says the .wining must te i.'iu there in summer. On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Florence bd reallvevndlnt ' -pt performai.t. lho'Kdse c'tillman com pany came in unannounced, and the plays of "Jane" and the "Country Girl" were produced in such a manner as to cause genuine surprise. Each character was well represented; and the roles assumed by the leading lady especially so. Good audiences attended each night and all were well pleased. The company went from here to Globe, where we predict equal success. Rev, R. T. Bell, of Peoria, preached a good sermon at the Presbyterian church last evening, being the opening of the Presbytery. The business ses sion will begin this morning at 9 o'clock, and to-morrow (Sunday) at 11 o'clock there will be service at the church and the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. Th-jre will be preaching at 8 p. m. also, and on Monday forenoon the Pres bytery will adjourn. All the ses sions are open and all are w elcome to attend. A new alloy has been discovered which is said to be a wonderful substitute for gold. It consists of 94 parts copper to six parts antimony. The coi-ti?? ?: tt'M'?' t he 3 r; tinrrt" is added, u-gether with a little niiisr nvslutn and carbonate of Jitue to increase the der.tity. The product can be drawn, wrought and soldered '.'.:e the preeion.s noetal to which H bars a strot- reseaib'nrjee Ali-rt oGl'sed. 1 lie VOst of IuaU'UAUwvutO ia Uvuut, A.i cents a pound. Nogales is to h3e a new wagon road. It will piss through San Antonio Pass to the east side of Santa Cruz mountains, a distance of ten miles, to be constructed within CO days, at a cost of $3,500 United States currency. The steepest grade is not to exceed 9 per cent, no grade of that height to exceed 250 feet in length. The people of Nogales are subscribing the mone'. Just such enterprise will make No gales one of the largest cities in the territory. The people pull together, help one another und are not afraid to to take a chance with their money. Four years ago Chas. D. Reppy assumed control of the Florence Tki bune. He has worked faithfully, stood on the side of the people, and as a result his paper is one of the best weeklies in Arizona. fPhoenix Enter prise. Future of the Bicycle. It is agreed by all bicycle manufac turers that the 1893 models represent the perfect wheel. Improvement seems to be impossible. Precisely J.he same thing is true of HostetUr's Stomach Bitters. It represents the limits of science in overcoming disease, and it is impossible to make a better medicine for the t-tomaeh, liver, kid- i neys and blood. A few doses of the I Hitters will start weak, nervous and j bloodless people on the road to ' strength. A regular course of treat I ment will bring back the pink to the ; cheeks and sparkle to the eye. Sleep will cnnic, mitura'lv, and it will Uea.l'if il J)ys indigestion and constipation will be completely banished, and the blessings of true health bertowed. Never take a substitute for this perfect remedy. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, I! MOS" PERFECT MADE. A pure r rape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from A.n.monia, Alum or any other adulterant, ;0 YEARS THE STAKDARp. v SREASI T FOUGHT WITH PILLOWS. The Young Man at the University indulge in Lively Sport. From the Tucson Citizen. There was a meeting of the faculty of the university last night and the decision of that body upon an impor tant matter relating to the immediate welfare of thirty yonng men was awaited with considerable interest. The fate of these young men rested upon that decision. Whether they would wake up this morning and find that they had been suspended from the university, or whether they would be let down easily with a rep rimand, was the subject of much animated discussion by the students. It appears that there was a pillow fight between the student of the upper and lower floors of the dormitory on Thursday night. The discipline of the institution does not allow such sport, although there is never a year passes but that an event of this kind takes place. It lia.-t been so long deferred th's year that the faculty thought H v.'ould not oeer.r, and the exceptional good behavior of the young men was a na!ter of comment among the .r f -s-ors urn! a wmrce of congratulation to I'ruf. !!;:). Bat oa Thursday night, whea the young ien were supposed to have said their prayers and gone to bed, the ani mation broke out with all the force of long suspension. The preparations had all been made and when the com mand was given the opposing forces came together with a clash of pillows and the shuffling and scraping of feet which aroused the sleeping echoes of the dormitory. The fight was carried onto the campus. The hum-drum of the battle aroused the members of the faoulty from their slumbers, and Prof. Hall viewed the battle from the plaza of his residence. The violent exercise soon tuckered out the fighters and after twenty minutes of hard lighting they retired with but oue man hurt and only one person having shown the white feather and his pillow was punctured. THK SEHIOUS SIDE. The punishment imposed upon the students who thus violated the ethics of their school life was two hours of extra drill to-day. The young men refused io drill, claiming that it was an unjust punish ment, and a resolution was passed to that effect and presented to Prof. Hall. It did not have the desired effect, however. Prof. Hall immediately discharged all of the young men whose names were signed to the resolution, iiiei i ;i:;' t .veo: v-iii'e in a'!, arjd tiu moil of lbon sre student from the ouui So f those who ere d's- chatyct follow : i iaek li.i:..n, ( ioi.s. I-;.!. Siicle, I ieo C':is' zii'.'lo. CU;i-. Maver, B ht S!i;r, Na'.imn W. ..; h?wiry. Rex Miller, Willis Warren, Willard Bretberlio, James Colbeth, Albert De la Osa, Guy Horn, Tom Trevilliane, Alex. Pendleton, Win. Whipple, Will McBride, A. Arriaga, Claude Miehea, .las. Gamble, Hadsell, Phil. Reilly, Stephens. There are but four male students left at the university. The young men who were discharged do not feel jubi lant over the prospect of returning to their homes after being discharged. It is not probabie that they will be admitted again to the university and they will not stay long here with that hope. There is a rumor to the effect that the Southern Pacific will make an ad dition to the passenger service of the road by putting on two more trains. There are now two passenger trains a day each way between New Orleans and Houston and Los Angeles and San Francisco, leaving but one train each way between Los Angeles and Houston. The trains will be known as Nos. 17, 18, 19, and 20. The officials of the road did not confirm this rumor, but there seems to be good ground for it owing to the preparations which are going on in that direction. This will give Tucson four paisenirpr t-rntn a day und with that many on the road some of them will J.hvo to pass tiironh this city in the day time. It is siiid that President Ctiliis I'. 1 i unti nfton's trip over the road was to aseerla'a the advisability of tub; departure. ICitizen. 3. Ernest Walker to-day sold three lots iu Capitol addition to Judge Fletcher M. Doan. Judge Doan, it is understood, will shortly begin the erection of a fine residence on the prop erty. Phoenix Herald. Beware of Ointments forCatarrh thatCun tain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co., toledo' O.. contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systems In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the ge nuine. It is taken internally, aud made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &. Co... Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. Hall's Family Pills are the best.. Arizona takes a great deal of pride in the commandersof the United States forces iu the Philippine warfare as this territory afTorded the 6eld for their early operations and it was here that they learned the tactics which they are now employing with such good efect. The fighting qualities of General Luvrton were brought out in Arizona and he is much revered and respected here, having rid this section of a murderous band of redskins and earned the everlasting gratitude of the people for his service. Tombstone honored him when he visited that city shortly after the surrender of Ger onimo. Law ton was then a field com mander and his military rise and dis tinction is viewed with a feeling of pleasure coupled with the knowledge that it is a deserving tribute to worth and ability. It was in Arizona, and especially In Cochise county, says the Prospector, that Gen. Lawton gained his reputation as an Indian fighter which had much to do with his early selection f-r a command iu the war with Sp.i.iu. Ilia reijinout, was in ni .' I of ;he Indian campaigns from Jr- lo l ':'-S. lo.it that v. liieh army oLiieers u-ost associate with th.j fa.ne , of l.u v.Ui whs Ins pursuit of 'fronimo. ItuasL.r, iuleie,tio0' fact ti.ui. parti cipation in this Apache campaigning brought out the fighting qualities of Surgeon Leonard Wood, and laid the foundation of a reputation which in duced the administration to authorize him to organise the Rough Riders. Lawton and Wood were together in the Geronimo campaign. They found themselves together again at Santiago, Lawton heading a division and Wood commanding a brigade. Judge Doan has engaged a new stenographer. The lady who will record the misdoings of Pinal, Graham and Gila counties is an expert in the business and if this old reliable family journal could afford the luxury of a stenographer we would select a lady of gimiliar attractions to this new and useful court official. Gazette. Ceo. Kislingbury, expert for the Del Mar Mining company, of Utah and Nevada, was here for several days this week to examine a group of copper claims on which his company hud re ceived a report. Mr. Kislingbury left yesterday for Mineral creek to look at property there. Globe Silver Belt. The Williams News reports Hon. II. F. Ashurst as undergoing a course of medical treatment in Los Angeles. Tii'; As Uona ItupubliO'in i-.sned Mar. Sl.-t, a special spring number contain isg n !rrH' amount of highly i uteres t- ii.ir mat 'er. ! In almost every neighborhood there is vw '-.lie. Seise life has been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine. Suah persons make a point of telling of it whenever op portunity offers, hoping tbat it may be the means of savinst other lives. For sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. l ' XoUoe Tor Publication. (Homestead Application No. 2027.) DEPARTMENT OK TKR ISTERIOK. ( La d Vivien ai Tucson, Ariz..Aprll 5.1693. ) JOTICE IS hereby: GIVEN THAT THE followias-nauied settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in sup port of hor claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Tucsan. Ariiona, on Wednesday, May 21, 1839, viz: Mary E. Woods, of Casa Grande, Ariiona, for the NE'i See. 13, T. 6 S.. K. 5 E., G. & S. R. B. M. She names the following witnesses to prove hor continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of sairt land, viz: George F. Watson, Henry R. Watson, George Hewitt and Peter Forbach, all of Caia Grande, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication April 8, 1833. Notice for Pnblicntion. Homestead Application. No. 2153. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. ) I,A5r Office at Tucson, Ariz. Mur.27, 1893. ) VOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT THE ' followfnp-named sfttt.lfir has filrrf notice of iiU iiitfniitm to m.'ikp iiniil m'oof in mp r jrtof ids clHiltt, ituif ttKit said iroiif will be tu v'f br-forp theCltrk us tiif Ditrur f'oiM't stt i-'ior'jn'';. Arix-.i'riu on Surunlay, ilay R I--.1, viz: i hiirti- i''. Tl(tuinati, of Casa Grrui.Je, Ar!,in:i, fur the S'A'i, See. 2s, T. S, ii. S L., G. S. H. B. n. 11; iiapjuf. the follcvviaiJ w it!i!;si'-: u. tvp t i cuiitinuoui rcsiueuce upon jiid uuitiya tion of said land, vizr William Shauah nesoy, George F. Dunbar, Simeon V. Euslish and George Gregory ail of Casa Grande Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication April 1, 189. WANTED! Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office I wish to open in this vicinity. If your record is O. K. here is a good opening. Kindly mention this paper when writing. A. T. MORRIS Cincinnati, O. Illustrated catalogue 4 cts. postage. jU-10t $250 Reward By authority vested in me by the Board of Supervisors of Pinal county I hereby offer a reward of $250 for the arrest and convic tion of the person or persons who murdered one James Lee otShultz, Pinal county, Ari zona, on or about September 14th, 1898. VV. C. TRUMAN. Oet.22-tf Sheriff, ! I I lit I iiiiifiililiiii B NEW STORE iDnuuHmiiiiiiiin SHIELDS 4 PRICE 1 Have just opened up in the building formerly occupied by A. F. Barker 5 (g) -the largest and most complete stock 5 of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and j Caps, carried in Florence in recent years. It is a fresh stock, bought at jE () bed-rock prices, and we propose to Eg- give our customers the benefit. Call and be convinced. 5 Cattlii, Hay and Crain bought and sold. SHIELDS I PRICE, Florence, Arizona. "-1 1 H.l'lt i!liM!H'MniMniM1'i:iMMMMMllllH!"lI'lll('(M'!i!lllllllP' Dill k.. ' Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona; cGOLD DUST-? H Eh m M O o 3 Its iv' f&. i iirfrw----T- va' IV ' v feiD DUStl w 1 ?VtW H i It is Superior it Whiter, t . i r U lias J-iorc Fnr Salfi hv I I yN l I i" k 1 n r nULLClNDt'Jrx nUICL, Los Angeles. Cal. AMERICAN AND Central Locution aad First-Class Service. Summer Bates. Headquarters for Arizonans. A. C. BILICKE & C0- Proprietors. QARBONS. "Every Picture a Work ot Art." Visitors to Southern California should not miss the opportunity to have photoirraphs talieu under the most favorable condition of atmosphere in the world. Unrivaled Success in the Art of Photographic Portraiture.' Awarded Another Gold Medal Br the Sationat Convention of Photographer, Chautauqua, X. 15 MEDALS. 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