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mm FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. JUtsY 1, 1SS9. Andy .O'Connor was "iu ' lesa this s week. Will FliuVgoes to Teajpe to spend tlaa jTonrth. C. W. Tlll-mau is 'here 'from -Globe. visiting his family. County Surveyor "W.'n. Merrltt was t in Tucson tins wrek. Alt. Douau, proprietor f tbe store . at the Rayrin'ne; was in town Monday. Freeborn -Mason 'returned Monday from Pkoenis, -where he - went for an outing. PhU;Welres'came ovwfroia Tucson "Wednesday and -will .-join the Colton surveying patty. Florence .kid an ice famine for a v week, but now the tOvTa is Wing' well supplied from Tvnipe. M-rsi'C. W.'Iemon Is expected in Flor ; ence to-day on her way to California rto Yiait.-lier-danghters. Colonel lirodle has been eleutid pres f ident ot- Uie-.EoughrR'ulers' regimental aociety for th eosulog year. J. E. Teeter, the mining man, was .-in town -Monday, and went up the r river to look at some property. The marriage of two of Pinal county's r most prominent-. "young -people is posi- tirely-sBnounced for next month. Miss""Besar Levis returned Wednes i day from Tucson, where she has been t, viaitteg friends for the past month. This section was . visited by two glorioas raias in-tuepasi week, and in allabont two inches bare fallen. 19 ..Mies iAnua "Griffin expects to leave .r!today:-for Hunton, where she will be the,gueet of Mr. an i Mrs. J. II. Dur- ham. Judge F. M. Doan and his steaogra pberMiss -Beed, returned Monday (from Globe, where Court has adjourned ?for the term. . i-C. NSteveas is -rebuilding 'the livery r stable and corral adjoining . Shields -& Prioe's store which was -burned out three or four years ago. Win. Sutherland, otherwise -Unt'wn . as "Idaho Bill," was acquitted 6f the f charge ofgrand lareeijyat the Teceut term of the Gila County Court t Globe, Shields & Price haveieen appo;cted agents for the San PaUro Lumber eom pany and will carry a cwu-pieus block. Several . carloads of dumber are now ; on the way. The Tribusx acknowledges the re , ceipt, front Secretary Akera, of the ; acts, resolutions and memorials ef the Twentieth Legislative Assembly ef the .Territory of Arisona. C, D. Eeppy is agent for the Sterling -, Bicycle. Be has -for more than three years been riding one which is still as , good a wheel as there is -ia town, and ; it has cost very -little for repairs. In Tombstone Tuesday William "Halderman -and Thomas Halderman, who killed Officers Ainsworth and Moore, were sentenced by Judge Davis ; to be hanged on Friday, August 25. "Will O'Connor leaves to-day for No gales, where he will hang out his , shingle and practice law. If he can keep ont of the factional fights going , on in that nnhappy little city he will ( do well, as he is and affable gentleman and well read in his profession. There were two deaths from measles An Florence Thursday nlpbt. one a 6- year-old daughter of Manuel Rivera ' and tue other a 1-year-old son of Frsm cisco Cruz. There have been quite a -number of cases of this decease in town .recently, but so far these are the only -Sties of a fatal character. Programme for July 4th, 1899. -Sunrise salute, 13 guns. Music by the Band during day and evening. :; 2 p. m. Gents' bicycle race, & miles, 1st and 2nd prizes, cash. 2:30 p.-ui. Ladies' bicycle race, 1 mile, 1st and'Snd prize, cash. T2:45 p. m. Fat men's race, from 190 poundsup, 60 yards, 1 cash prize. 3 p. m.--Foot race, 75 yards 1 cash prize. 3:30 p. m. Climbing greased p'ole1 -cash prize. - ZiSO p. m.--Fire works, music, speak-, ing. 8 :30 p. m. Danoe. , He Wanted the "Stuff." 'Pinal county was represented in the last -Legislature by onetf the Murphy breed of Republicans named Coo. Wright. It was notorious that Doc.'s vote was for sale on any preposition, no matter how -questionable, nd it is also notorious that he accepted bribes. The Tribute makes 'this -statement -with the full knowledge Its respon sibility in a. suit for crirainaMibel,' as wellaa the pei-sonal' responsibility of tbe-oiitor, if'U e not tree. It does -not make the charge 'through -any personal feeling either, for it has fully as much respect for Boo. Wright as it lias for the Piual-coaaty "-"voter who was bought to support him or the Federal -official who paid the money. But this Is merely preliminary ton little atory told by 'Mark Smith In Tuc son the other day. It seems tbttt some honest old -farmer-in Mesa bad been troubled with what he called ''foul brood"-amonj his bees, and he wanted an inspector appointed whose duty it would be to destroy hlve3 in which the foul brood was "found. -He eecordiug ly went down -to 'Phoenix while the Mule Legislature was in session to see what could'- be done in 'the matter. The first-man he met was Doc. Wright, and he proceeded 'to eta te bis case to our Pinal coanty -statesman, but was interrupted with the qaestie: "Haw yon got any BtanTJ This staggered the farmer somewhat, but -he managed to -repSy, "Of course not, I didu't think it was necessary, and besides it is such 'difficult material to handle." ""No trouble ct-aH no trouble at all leave it with 'me very necessary to have the stuff," the Doctor assured hhn. "AH rigkt,"aid the farmer, "I will go back to Mesa and see what can be done." And if it hadn't been that some of his neighbors were more accustomed to the ways of this wicked world tbe good oli farmer would have had half the fool broods in the neighborhood 'laid urn. the members' desks, as he was under the Impression that "was wbat Doc Wright wanted and doubtless- it "'RS. Hon. I. T. Stoddard has sold to Henry B. Clifford & Co., of New York, the Easy Boss and Governor Teddy mines, looted on the south slope of Copper mountain, says the Prescott Journal Miner. These two mines give evidence of great value, being located in the saddle between the two moun tains, where all tbe ledges in tbe Cop per mountain concentrate. The Courier reporter talked with a very reputable citizen of Jerome who says he saw -very good ore in the prop erties of the United Verde Copper Com pany Junior. Another practical min ing man said he was in the mines two weeks ago and considered that they were very promising properties. These are some of the properties at tacked by Gov. Murphy in bis mining proclamation. Preseott Courier. George Truman, book-keeper for , Shields fc Price, has a pet snake which come out of its hole and drinks water .from a cupheidin the ex-Rough Eider'B ,hand. As this is Touched for by other -eye-witnesses, insinuations about any istronger liquid being involved in the matter are entirely out of order. A Florence lady was called on re. cently by a dude hobo while her hus band was away from home. "I am a masher," said he, as he refused to saw wood for his breakfast. "Well, I am not exactly a masher," replied the lady, ."bat I always keep one on hand," and ,sbe proceeded to lay him out with a potato-masher. On JulyS Miss Freda Hen-era will fee married to Mr. Sparks, of Wyoming, ,a well-known northern cattleman who has frequently visited Nogales in a business . way, says the Oasis. The same evening the bridal pair will start or Mr, Sparks, home in the north. Miss Freda is one of Nogales' most charming young ladies, and her loss to the line city will be a gfeat gain to the new state of Wyoming. Hon. T. G. Norris has been in the east for some time. It is stated that while at Taylorville, 111., he took a bath, and complained that the more be tried to wipe himself dry with towels the wetter he got. The proprietor of the bath honse listened to his com plaint, and replied, "You must come from Arizona, where they lay in the water fifteen minutes before they get wet." Courier. ARIZONA "AIR. Evidence of the'Cleamess of trie Arizona At?nts)here. IProf. Cloveland Abbe, hi Monthly Weather Beview, March, im.) Ttoreaily astrooomSrs of Persia, who were of course ' anaoquainted with the telescope, and-are -credited with sharp vision -n and 'great ipersistance in the accumulation Of astronomical obser vations, were greatly -facilitated by the purity of of the-atmosphere in that part of the globe. The observations made at Mr. Lowell's fine astronomical ob servatory at Flagstaff, Arizona, have -during ; recent .years -established the fact that no region -of tbe globe can offer a clearer -atmosphere for the observation of'thetars than is to be found in that -ter-ritrry. An indepen dent confirmation -of this fact is found in an observation noted in the March report of the Arizona section. Mr. G. O. Scott, -voluntary observer at Tonto, in Gila county, notes that on the morning of -the 7th he observed a star before sunrise, closer to the moon than "any J have been in y.sars." Dr. W. -E. Day, voluntary observer at Prescott, Yavapai county, northwest. of Ton ta, noted "a star traveling along with the moon all day, plainly visible untilji. in. of the 8th." Tlw) bright star seen by these two obiarrens was undoubtedly the placet Vecs. -It usually requires a combination of -favorable circumstances to see- the righest star with the naked eye in the flay time, but we understand these ob servers in Arizona detected the planet without any special effort. Charges Against Prof. McNaug.rton. From thePhoeuix. Herald. From the coast papers it ia learned that very seriona charges have been preferred against Dr. James Mc Naughton, formerly of the Temne normal school, but recently elected principal of the San Jose normal school. As given to tbe press the charges 6eem to be the same old straw that was threshed over here two.years ago, when an effort was made to pre vent the re-appointment of Dr. Mc Naughtop. to the position he afterward creditably filled for a couple of years. The charges at that time were thor oughly investigated by the Arizona normal school board and found to be malicious and without any reasonable foundation. Since that time Judge Seed, of the laud court, has stated that be was in Council Blaifs at the time the charges were brought there and he statea that tbey are utterly false and should bj; b recognized. Mr. Edison and Signor Marconi ara said to be doing wonderful work la wireless telegraphy, but if they wish to be of real value to tbe state, what they should experiment in is wireless politics. We think this would turn out to be tbe greatest invention of the age. Harper's Bazar. In tbe case of J. M. Gardiner vs. J.. J. Gardiner, a judgment was rendered for the plaintiff, the court holding that both the farm and the city fran chise were community property. (Herald. An American Railroad In China. Moneyed men from the United States have secured a franchise for building a railroad from Hong Kong to Han Kow, China, a distance of nearly 700 miles. While railroads are 'necessary to- a nation's prosperity, health is still more necessary. A sick man can't make money if there are a thousands rail roads. One of the reasons why Ameri ca is so progressive is the fact that in every drug store is sold Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, that celebrated tonio for the weak, appetizer for the dyspep tic and sedative for the nervous. It is taken with great success by thousands of men and women who are run down, pale and weak. It increases the weight, and the gain is permanent and subr stantial. The Yacht Qo!omb;t. New Loxbow, Conn., June 28. Ia the thirty mile beat to windward to day, the new yacht Columbia beat the old cb&iapioo cup defwder eight miles, Ixodes giviug her & two i&i-auta' handicap. They handle them rough in Yuma, judging from the following from the Yuma Sun: "There was an initiation at the regular meeting of the A. O. TJ. W. last Tuesday night, and before it was over Donald Mclntire, who holds au important office in the lodge, bad to have the services, of a physician to take a stitch or two in. a deep gash in his scalp. When asked about it the next day Donald said the candidate was a pretty tough customer, but they got him initiated all right. IsTotic TO THE TAXPAYEES Of Pinal County. Oi'FICEOP THE BOAf4l OPSrPR. I YOSORSO1 PINAL ;OUNT. ' FLoaajix. Arizona, June lth, lf99. Notice Im huretiy given that theOri inal As sessment Koll of Pinal county, for 1BW, baa thiols beendelivered to me b the Assessor and ia nngi at flisui, this office, subject to the inspection of tbe public. The Board of .Supervisors will meet as a Board of Equalization in the office of the Board of Supervisors, at the Court Bousv In Pi&a,eounty. on the 1st day of July, A. D. IBM. at t a. m., for the purpose of examin ing said Assessment Bol and equalizing the assessment of property therein, contained. Said Board of Equalization, will continue In session from day to day until all business which may properly coma before It has been disposed of, providing; that in no event wilj.it be in session, later than the 20th day of-Jiriy, 189K Any persons having business before said Board of Equalization should appear be tween the dates above mentioned. F. A. CHAMBERLIN, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Pinal eounty, Arizona. June 24-2t MARCUS: A. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT &AW,. Tucson. Arizona. Will attend to cases- in Final, GTa ham and Gila counties. $250. Reward. By authority vested In me by the Board of Supervisors of Pinal county I hereby offer a reward of t2Su for tbe arrest and oonvic-. tion of tbe penotror persons w ho murdered one James Lee at Sbultz, Pinal eonnty, Ari zona, on or about September 14th, 1893. V.-JCTRCMAJT. Oct.22t. JilMxlfy Josa B JLiopez. DKAXKB IS"-- There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases pat together, ' and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable.. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease, and pre scribed local remedies, and by con stantly failing to cure with local treat ment, pronounced it incurable. Science bas proven catarrh. to be a constitution al disease, and. therefore requires con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cnre, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tbe only constitu tional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe sys tem. Tbey offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. An Epidemlo Diarrhoea. Mr. A. Sanders, writing from. Cocoa nut Grove, Fla., says there-has been quite- an epidemic of- diarrhoea there, . He bad, a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says he nlso recommended It to others and they say it is the best medicine they ever- used. For sale by Iock--l way's Pharmacy. ExcursiOE Rates. On account of the annual meeting of the National Educational Association at Los Angeles, July 11th to 14th in clusive,, the Southern Pacific will place on sale June 27th to July ljOth in clusive, round trip tickets to Los An geles at one fare plus two dollars. The return limit will be. September 4th. Reduced rates will be made to all points. of Interest from Los Angeles. The- first excursion, leaves Casa, Grande Friday, May 26th, at 6 - a. u., and the sarae time every Friday during the season to the following, points: Santa Monica, Long Beach, San Pedro, San Buenaventura and Santa Barbara. Rates from Casa Grande will be $24.40 for. the round trip, good for ninety days from date of sale. Stop over privileges will be allowed only at' Colton and points west thereof. Rates to Avalon, Santa Cotalina Island, will be $2.25. J. Mookks,. Agent, Casa Grande, Arizona. Money to Loan on good security. County certificates of indebtedness and jurors' certificates bought.. Address J. B.i Tridcse office.. 6ii6ral LlercliandisB Yous trade Ts sdicitetL;, Corner BaiVy auBd 7th fits. FIoreno.8.. -. . Arizona- Koti;of Assensment. (CivllCodoiCaUfcrnia,X, Silver Kins; Mining- Company, Loeation of Principal Place of Business, San Francisco, California Location of Works, Pioneer Mipinz District. Pinal county, Arizona. Territory.. Notice Is hereby given thatat a meeting of tbe Board of Directors, held on the 1st day of June, 1899, an assessment. No. 21, of twenty-five cents per share, was levied upon the Capital Stock of tbe Corporation, pay able immediately ia United' States- Gold Coin, to tbe Secretary, at the office of tbe Compapy.No. 31Q Pine Street, Rooms IS and 17, San Francisoo,.Calitornis. , An- stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 10th day of July, IBM, will' be. delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction) and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, the 8th day of August, 1899, to pay the- delinquent assessment, together with the costs ot advertising and expense s of sale . -Hy order of the Board of Dhoctors. J..W, FEW, Swratary. Office, No. 810 Pine Street, Kooms-15 ond 17, San Francisco, California. B NEW STORE NEW GOODS S Summons. TN THE JCSTICE COURT NO. PllECISCT, County of Pinal, Territory of Arizonn, GIN LUNG CO.v Plaintiff i -vs. BAKTOLBMT CEKOIAT and MARIA CE7i GIAT, Defendants. , Action brought ia the Justice Cour t of No. I Precinct, in and for the County of Pinal, in the Territory of Arizona,. , In the name of the -Territory-of Arizona: To Bartolomy Cergiat and Maria Cergiat. defendants. Greeting. . You arehereby summoned 'and required to appear in an notion brought against yen by the above-named plaintiff In the Justice Court of No I Precinct,- to - and for the County of Phial, in the Territory of Ari zona, and answer to the complaint filed in said Justice-Court, at Casa Grande, In said eounty, within five-days, exclusive of the day of service, after the service upon you of this summons, if served within this precinct; but if served without this precinct,' but within the county, ten days;-if served out of county, fifteen days; in all other cases twenty days, or judgment by. default will be taken against you; Given under my hand at CasaGrande, thfe S5th day of May; 1839. June3-t CH AS. F.BENNETT, Justice of the Peace of said Precinct,- 3 SHIELDS & PRICE Have just opened up in the building formerly occupied by A. F. Barker ), the largest and most complete stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, carried in Florence in recent years. It is a fresh stock,, bought at g) bed-rock prices, and we propose to ' give our customers the benefit. Ca.U and be convinced.. ' s: Cattle, Hay and Grain bought and sold. 1 SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. r I! f 9 hi. If frit 4 H r H m; B-4 Eagle Milling Company Tucson Arizona. cGOLD OUST-7 Eh m ft i .- - ft Q 6 rX kGOLD DUST is. Q O U u d His Superi or to Denver Flour, ItiVhitti,. It has More Levelling Power. Makes a Largei Loaf, Ijiiik es Q uieker , The Best Fl our for Family Use. For Sale by all the Grocers; jit,. Vff 'AS -&'',?tt! . -i" '5- '4. 4,ir, .jtj,' MRS. NICK WHITE'S Lodging -:- House." One Woclc vest of TRIBUNE Office-,- Fforenee, Arizona. The best furnished rooms in town at reason able rates by the day, week or month. Meals furnished if desired. . Jit &yflflt A't. Jlfe. -!. '!. 4. Hi. Sfe '. -Jt?. iSsgl, 5. '. It. 3(. JM. - a'. v SPINAS & MONTANO, Hardware Merchants, Florence, Arizona. Keep everything needed by the Miner, the Farmer, Freighter, the Mechanic and by anybody else. rt' it- -it- L fl' li' HOLLENBEGK HOTEL. Los Angeles, Cal. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS,- Central Location and First -Class Service. Special Summer Rates. Headquarters for Ariscnans. A. C. BSLICKE & CO . Proprietors, ils AAA; '