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YOL. VIII. FLORENCE, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2L IS9D. NO. 2G. ' i PROFESSIONAL CARDS- DR, ANCIL MARTIN, JYE AND EAR. Phoenix, Arizona 'GEO. M. BROCKWAY, PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON. Office u.id residence at hospital Florence. Arizona GEO. SCOTT. TtJSTWR V)E TRE PEACE, NOTART Public and Conveyancer, Dudleyville, A.T.. JSOCTOR MORRISON. "pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. All Culls an swered promptly day or night. Residence in the itirlcis l.uiUiihg jut Lwk of C R. MlvheuA Co.. 8t jre, Flu-em. A. T. M. P.FREEMAV President. WM.CIMVIS, Vice-President. WE CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL BANK, OrTe.CMro. Arizena. Capital Paid Up, - - $50,000 Surplus and Profits, - 10,000 Deposits, - - - - 400,000 Foreign exchange. Cable aud telegraphic ;trejisfers all over the world. Account of individuals, firms and corpora, tions solicited and their interests carefully .looted after. H."B. TENNET, Cashier. THE .Under Managetroirt of $r. GEO. M. BROCKWAY. Completely Restocked With iDnrgs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries iBIank Books, stationery, Cigars, Etc NOVELTIES ORDEflEO FRCMT1MET0TIBE. 1 LGB'sJuSiairant .Opposite Xiie.Vlobehck Tribune: office In P. R. Braily, Jr'sPiew Building. ;First-clam in e ery respect. Meals ii und 25 .eta. Ladies dining room. 'Corner 7th and Main Street Tlorence, - - - Arizona. Elliott .ELouse, (South Side Railroad Track.) Casa Grande, - - Arizona, W V. ELLIOTT, Proprietor. Tirst-class Accommodations for Commercial Travelers and the Oen eral Public. Rooms newly furnished and kept neat and jnlean. Table supplied with the bent the mar .ket affords by an excellent American cook. Comer Saloon, CHAS. W. HARDY, Proprietor. Florence, - Arizona, Headquarters for the Gang. The finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. U.I11A&CC DEALERS IS general lerrtianfee, Corner Main and 12th streets. Florence - - Arizona- G. E. AHGULO'S Meat Market, Main Street, Florence. Is constantly supplied with Fat Beef, which will be furnished customers at the lowest sash prices. We buy for cash and are com pelled to sell for cash, and will use our best endeavors to guarantee satisfaction to our easterners, Antonio, Chinaman DEALER. IN General lercftaniiisB, Corner 9th and Bailey streets, florence. ... Arizona. Plariacy Florence Hotel, L. K. DRAIS. Proprietor. New ly Furnished and Befitted. , Will be run STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. Table supplied with the best . the murkot li aids. Elegantly Furnished Rooms A N'T.) A I , C M ' IDE k S A PPi i N TM E N l.S, Bar Constantly Supplied With the Choicest W'iivs, Liquors anfl Ciaurs. 1 Patronage of Commereiul men and the eeu- erui public respeetfnilyiolicited. The Valley Bank, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Capital, - 100,000 Surplus, ... 25,000 Christy, President. II. H. ShkkMax, Vice-President. M. W. MsesiXGKB, Cashier. Receive Deposits, Xtfohe Collections, Bar td Sell Exchange, Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Office Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. COHKE3PONDENTS. American Exchange National Bank. N. Y. Ihe Anglo-California Bank, San Francisco, California. Am. Exchange Natl Bank, Chicago, 111. FirstNutional Bank. Los Angreles. Bank of Arizona, Frescott, Arizona. ' ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Stage and LiTery Go. (NtCOTTPORATKO 1802. DAILY : STAGE BKTWEEN, Florence fnd Casa Grande Livery, Feed & Sale Stables Florence and Casa Cranae. THE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK, Of Tueson, Arizona. Capital Stock, - Surplus and Profits, 150,000 7,500 OFFICERS: Babboh M. Jacobs, President.' Fbbs FbSISHMAX, Vice-President. Lionel M. Jacobs, Cashier. J. M. Obmsby Assistant-Cashier. Transact! a General Banking Business. Makes telesraDhlc transfers. Draws For. eUrn and Domestic Bills of Exchange. Accounts of Individuals. Firms and Cor porations solicited. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, European Plan. GEO. H. A.LUHRS, - - Proprietor. Corner Center and Jefferson Streets, rhoenix, Arizona. Leading- hminess and family hotel in Ari zona. Located In the business center f Con tuiiiK one hundredroms. Tunned Saloon. CHOICE "WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. J. C. KEATINC, Proprietor. Lem Wing Chung DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries And Notions. Sell cheap for cash Corner 10th and Bailey streets, Florence - - - Arizona. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. (Note: Letters for this column are boiled down ami made very explicit by Mr. Jo Mulhatton, who has charge this week during the vacation of the Answers to Correspondence Editor. Grand Prairie, Nova Scotia, June 10th, 1899. Dear Sir: I have been taking your valuable paper now for many years and would like to ask a few questions. We have a very funny little old roiuis ter here who looks more like au ancient billy goat than a preacher. His brain is so beclouded with the embalmed ideas of the pre-historie ages that his hoary-headed sermon-! on Foreorflina tion and Infant Damnation have ceased to attract interest, leaving hi in to play to empty benches. The old bell-weathers of his flock have fled iu terror of his :!d long-winded stories, while to the few reinaiiiuig ewes aud innocent lamblings he poiut& out a long labyrinth through the mists ol antiquity as. the only road that leads to St. Peter at the door of the heavenly sheep-fold. Lately he has gone into the mining business and uses his clerical cloak to defame the character and also the raining properties of the citizens of his own town and county, in order that capitalists arriving' in our town from California shoull be governed by his highly spiritual and infallible opinions. Now what shall we do with such a pious old undermining hypo crite? Yours truly, John Surra. Answer Send him to Solomonville for three or four years to get refining and elevating influences or have him incarcerated in one of the deep dark dungeons of the pre-historic Casa Grande ruins, where he may find some later embalmed ideas than those he he now possesses. You must be more explicit in yonr future letters to this column, otherwise I shall throw your articles into the waste basket. Riverside, Abizona, June 15. DkebSub: I am 19 years of age and in love. I work on Jim Elder's ranch near hear for $20 a month and grub.' There ia a bir fat red-headed girl here who ways 320 pounds. 1 only way 120 ; am 5 feet 2 inches bieb ; she take tsaahijJS slie. will marry me at once while another girl Jot getting over the small-pox weighing 120 pounds wants me to wait fur her til! Christ mas. I am deeply in love ; never knew what it was to feel so before, and I am in a hurry to marry. Do you advise me to wait, or take the big red-beaded girl? Yours truly, Ben Buxton. Answer Marry the big bloody blustering female bull-dozer at once. If you ever write to this column again I will throw your letter into the waste basket. Boston, Mass., June 14. Respected Sib: I have just read in the Boston Post a very interesting ac count of a very ingenious apparatus dis covered by the Arizona Scientific Society of your town for the purpose of compressing heat, Dr. Devine, a ris ing young chemist associated with Dr. GecM. Brockway being the inventor. Has the invention been perfected and is there any stock for sale in the com: pang ? Col. J. B, Olcott. Answer Yes; the inveution is a practical and complete success. The stock is now at par; none for sale ex cept at that figure, and only a limited block at that. Address Col. Stephen Bailey, President 1st National Bank of Florence, Arizona, for further informa tion. Windsor, Canada, June 12. Ektt-fotd Sin : Is there a man by the name of Alex. Wolven in your town and another by the name of Nelson Capulet? If so, they are the heirs to au estate valued at over two million dollars. They were last heard from in your town in 1&S3? Yours respectfully, Alex. Tbelawney. j Answeb They are still residents of this city, well, highly respected and members in good and regular standing of the Arizona Scientific Society." Mineral Cbeek, Ariz., June 15. Sib : Would watermelons do well on the dry mesa lands of Pinal county, Arizona? I understand that Bill Tru man, a member of the Scientific Society, has discovered the secret of raising watermelons without water. Yours truly, Anson R. Cavaness. Answer Yes, they do well- on dry mesa land and on dry hot days. Bill Truman has raised many a one with out water or without the owner's per missions If you ever enter this office again . I will turn our 'magnetic Bogardus Kicker loose on you. Globe, Ariz., June 14. My Very Dear Sir : There was man named Barker of your city in vented a machine that he called Every Max bis own Refrigerator. Is it a 'success for making canned ice cream? We want to put up an eight-story rbuilding to can ice cream and ship it to the Philippines. Is there a factory in your town for the manufacture of the machine? J.M.Williams. Answer Yes, it is a great success. His name is A. F. Barker, and a big teu-story building is now going up on 10th and Bailey streets. Mr. Barker will be able to fill all orders between July 1st and the 15th. The cans for tha ice cream will be double, one a two and the other a three-gallon can. The space between will be filled with ammouia and an embalming fluid to keep the ice cream fro.ea and good for many years iu any climate. Sas Francisco, C-al., June 11. KtR: 1 am a drummer for a big hardware establishment of tliis city, 1 was reading an article in the Ex aminer copied from, jour paptr iu re gard to a magnetic machine for making love to young ladies even at a distance. I have one best girl in nearly all the towns I visit on my trip3. I would like to have one of the machines to take with me so that I could keep in sweet converse with quite a number of flie dainty little creatures at all times. Are the machines yet on the market? What do they cost? Are they small so they can be carried about like a kodak?. Yours truly, Oliver Oxnabd.. Answer Yes, the machines are on the market. A big 12-story building is turning them out rapidly. Mr. Simon ADgulo, the inventor of the machine, has brought it to a great state of per fection. Fred. White has gone into partnership with Mr. Angulo and th6 firm is now White & Angulo, manu facturers of magnetic love making machines, 9th and Bailey streets, Flor ence, Arizona. Orders are pouring in from all parts of the world taxing the factory to its utmost capacity. Yes, it is about the size of au ordinary kodak and it sells for the moderate price of nine dollars, packed in neat box ready for shipment- Quita a number of letters are left over tintil next week on account of space. I warn correspondents, once more if these letters are not more ex plicit ...n'iU tJiiow them in the waste bahket. vVrite oiuy on one side of the paper. ioK Mulhatton. Assisted by the Sun. Fiona the Phoenix Eeimblican. A discovery was made yesterday which will be a saving to blacki-miths in this degree o latitude and longitude in the summer time. -Those who know anything about blacksmithing know that in setting a tire the tire must be uniformly heated and then put on the wheel. The heating is usually done by laying the tire on the ground and covering it with wood, which is set ou fire. They bad a tire to set at Mess' shop, yesterday just before noon. It was laid on the ground and after awhile the wood was piled' on. Fore man James Larson told his assistants they needn't fire it until after dinner, and they all went away. When they returned they found the pile burning, but almost consumed. It had been fired by the- iron which had been ex posed to the heat of the sun some time before the wood was put on. Mr. Larsen gave orders that no more wood be- used ia- setting tires during the snmmer months,.- except on cloudy days On Reputation. From the Phoenix Gazette. Occasionally an item appearsln some one of our territorial exchanges call ing for a smile. Sometimes two items, as iu the following case where in the editorial column of the Jerome Re porter it is stated that the paper will print no more divorce trials because there are women mixed up iu them. Here is the item : "With this issue the reporter leaves the trial of divorce cases strictly with thecourts. While such affairs are, as a rule, spicy, and rather exciting read ing, there are too many woman mixed up in them to make the airing a real ly enjoyable undertaking to those con nected wi.h the paper." In the very next column is printed a delectable card-that might lead even a green and unfledged Jerome mind to the suspicion that very nearly the entire compl&int in a prospective divorce suit had prematurely crept in to the columns of the virtuous Re porter. Here it is: "Editob Reporter: In your last week's issue I noticed an article written by May Biggs, and desire to Btate that I am the one- who sent her the paper referred to ; also that she visited my house, without her husband-; in an intoxicated condition, at 5 o'clock in the morning, and took my place with my husband. I have witnesses to swear to this; aud to her reputa tion. I was not aware that May Biggs had one," Mrs; May Allen. Makes the food mere de!tdou3 end wholesome ftorat eKiRQ powoc n JEFFERSONIAN PRINCIPLES. .In the June number of the North American Review J. W'm. Bryan has an article npoo Jef5ersor.t-.in principles in their application to the needs of cur rent politics, aud attempts to show that their renaissance is it at hand for the followiosj reasons "Durin-r recent years orRanized wealth has taken advantage of the lethargy of the peopU, and 'the effort to place capital on an. equal footing with, if not above labor in the structure of government' (as predicted by Lin coln is becoming more and more ap parent. The poison in the blood has manifested itself first in one form and then in another, until at last the peo ple are awakening to a realization of the fact that the government has drif ted from the ideals of the founders, and with the awakening comes the appeal to all who-are in favorof restoring the federal government to the principles of ihe fathers. "The ship of state may be entrusted to other pilots during fair weather; but in the hours of storm the people turn to the sage of Montieello, the greatest of the- world's constructive statesmen. 'Born an aristocrat, lie beeame the Erst conspicuous democrat; reared among the owners of landed estates, he led a successful crusade against the laws of primogeniture and entail ; rich, for the time in which he lived, he championed the cause of the common people. "He had faith in the patriotism of his fellow men and yet he was con scious of the frailties of human nature, and his scheme of government was in tended to strengthen the puble servant to resist temptation, while it pro tected the people against a betrayal of .the trust reposed iu their representa tives. "Equal rights to all and special privileges to none was the rule w hich he applied to aU legislation. Aud how comprehensive thejule! " "Applied to appropriations, it would limit expenditures to needs of an effi cient government economically ad ministered ; and it would protect the overburdened tax-pSyer' from" the voracious tax eater. "Applied to taxation it would ad just the burdens of government in proportion to the benefits received. It would not permit the federal govern ment to rely entirely upon internal revenue taxes, collected from liquor and tobacco, and . upon import duties collected upon consumption generally, because the taxeB collected by both these methods are in effect graded in come taxes, with the highest rate up on the smallest incomes. "This rule would not permit the es tablishment of a' financial system designed to effect a secret bnt constant increase in the measure of value, for the benefit of the holders of fixed in vestments' and .to the detriment of those who prod uce wealth, own prop erty, or owe debts." United Verde's Profits. The Leadville Miner quotes from an interview originally published in the Denver Republican, with Mr.'L N. Dunning, a civil engineer, well known in Leadville. The interview is in re spect to the United Verde Copper mines at Jerome, Arizona, which Mr. Dun ning visited durimg a trip he lately made in Arizona. Mr. Dunning is rjuoted as saying : . 4, To give a detailed" description of this enterprise would take more time than I have, and more space than the Republican has to spare but a few salient.facts will give some idea of its magnitude. The mine ia now working about 800 men, a comparatively small force when, the results are considered. When the cap rock which covers the ore bodies was penetrated, the ground beneath was found to he one mass of ore, which is taken out with the least possible expenditure on dead work. The smelter occupies a position over the ore bodies, and a recent accident from a cave, which resulted in wrecking one of the buildings, demonstrated the danger of prosecuting work in that direction.- The ground covered by the smelter buildings is estimated to con tain ore to the value of from 35 to 50 million of dollars, and the time is com ing when it will be necessary to remove the smelters in order to permit the working of these ore bodies: The smelter is turning out from 80 to 105 tons of copper bullion per day. Last month $000,009 was divided among the co.. ew vomc iiisissii mni stockholders, of which Mr. Clark re- ; ceived the lion's share, his holdings amounting to 92 per cent of the stock. Mr. Tread well, who was one of the, owners, has 2 per cett'of the stock and, his share of the dividend last mouth; month wus$12,000. Mr. Clark recently offered him $100 per share for his stock, which was refused, Mr. Tread well , demanding $200 per share. f This price is at the rate of ffi0,000,000 for the pro- , perty, and it is said that Mr. Clark has declined $30,000,000 for it. ELIXIR OF UFE. Doctor Roberts', a Missourian, Has a Treatment to Postpone Old Age. The elixir of life sought by explor- . ers and philosophers from Pouce de , Leon to Browu-Sequard has at last been found, if the expectations of a country physician from Green City, Mo., are realized. The doctor's Dame . is H. F. Roberts, and so thoroughly has . he impressed Chicago physicians who , have experimented with his elixir that , several have undertaken extensive ex periments with the new panacea. Dr. Roberts is a modest man, who', says that he: went to Chicago for as- . sistance because a country practice does not give sufficient opportunity for testing the result of his. work. He does not assert that the general out line of his plan is new, but points to several natures in its development -which are not only ne w but decidedly original. On his farm near Green City, Doctor Roberts has raised a herd of goats, and it is from these prosaie animals that the fluid of youth is to be secured. "Life cells from the lymphatic glands of goats' iire removed witu great care and preserved from aU infection. The preservation of these cells and the mainteuauee of. life iu them forms the , most valuable feature of Dr. Roberts' method. These, life cells are transplanted to the human body, by hypodermic, injec tions. The results, according to Dr. . Roberts and his assistants, hare been interesting in the extreme, and would seem to justify the claim that old age ' may be postponed and the disorders of senility avoided by the use of the lymph.' In the institution to be established . in Chicago further, experiments will ' be made. Important Ruling. Chief Clerk W. E. Murphy, of the surveyor general's office, calls atten tion to the important rulin? of. the"' commissioner of the general land of fice concerning U. S. deputy mineral surveyors, rendered March 31, 1899; ' and May 5, 1899. In said decision it is held that a TJ. S. deputy mineral surveyor, by accept- ' ing permanent employment by mining companies as their engineer and sur veyor, disqualifies himself during the pendency of such private employments, from holding an appointment as a if' S. deputy surveyor. ; More mines have changed bands ia Pima eounty during the last six ' months than during the ten years ' previous. And from present indiea-' tions there will be more sales effect ed during' the' next three' tbau dur-" ing the past six months. It is sur-. prising the number and riebness"" the new mines which are being dis covered and developed, all withiu a radius of less than one hundred ' miles " of Tucson. 3lar. The statement comes from New" York that hotel proprietors through-' out the country complain of the loss ; of business due to the decline in nnm-' bers of commercial travelers on the road, which in turn is due to forma-" tlon of trusts. It is asserted something' like 75,000 drummers have been thrown out of employment recently under the " rapid reorganization of industry Into " large monopolistic combines. lBE&SE'. 1 E I helps the team.' Saves wear and expense. Sold every where. had- by f . f y'J'' 00. ' f"