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FLORENCE, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1899. NO. 42. V, PROFESSIONAL CARPS- DR. ANCIL MARTIN, i YE AND EAR. Phoenix, Arizona GEO. M . 35 RO'ClCVY A Y , PHYSICIAN AND SURGF.ON. Office hd residence a hospirc.1' Florence. Arizona GEO. SCOTT. rCTTCK "015 THE PKACE, "NOTARY -i i'ublio and-tsonveyatieer, Dtidleyville, DOCTOR MORRISON. ' j I gy-reH prompt j." day or night. Kr-s;h1ence hiii diriir Swrx bark of C. Mif.-hetit& Co.. store, r loretf'. A, T. ' J. X. MUKKtSfN AD W. H. C-UTFFIN, A TTOKNKV A NO tWNELORS AT LAW. Rt":U Kstatp hkI Minims Buiwaa. Of fice in Weedin BwMih.g-, Main Street. Bum ness prGmtUiy-'iHiendtij Florence, Ari zona. M.P. FREEMAN, President. W ii. a DA. VIS, Vice-President. THE CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL or rsnesv Ariuii. BANK, Capital Paid Up, -Surplus and Profits, Deposits, - - - $ 50,000 10,000 500,000 Foreign exchange. Cabler and telegraphic transfers all overthe world. Accountsof individuate; firm and corpora, tions solicited and their interests carefully looked after. H. B. TENNEY. Cashier. THE . Under Management of Dr. CEO. H. B1V0CKWAY, Completely Restocked With Drugs, Patent Medicines, Tsdtet articles, Perfumeries Blank Books, Stationery, Cigars, Etc. NOVELTIES ORDERED FROM WBE TO-TUl E. ill Luu'sJsMranl Opposite The Florci: Twecvk o!Eue n P, R. Brady, Jr's., Mew BuHding. First-class in cts. every respect. Keal 3j anil e. Ladies during room, Corner 7th and Main Street Arizona. 3)lliott Souse, X South Side Railroad Track.) Casa Grande, Arizona, W V. ELLIOTT, Proprithw. First-class Accommodations for Commercial Travelers and the Gen eral Public Rooms newly furnished and kept neat asd dean. Table supplied with the best the mar ket affords by an excellent American cook. Corner Saloon, CflAS. W. fiABDY, Proprietor. Florence, Arizona. Headquarters for the Gang. The finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. : C. B. MICHEA & C0 DEALERS IN General Merclianilise, Corner Main and 12th streets. Florence. Arizona- G. E. AflGULO'S Meat Market, Main Street, Florence. ' Is constantly supplied with Fat Beef, which will be furnished customers at the lowest cash prices. We buy for cash and are com pelled to sell for cash, and will use our best endeavors to guarantee satisfaction to our customers. Antonio, Chinaman DEALER IN Corner 9th and Bailey streets, flcroncc, . . Arizona. Florence Pnarmacy HuM mm Florence Hotel, L. K. DRAIS, - Proprietor. Newly Famished and Refitted. ' Will be run STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. Table supplied -with the best the market affords. Elegantly Furnished Rooms AND ALL M'WJ'ILS APPOINTMENTS, Bar "Constantly Supplied With ; Clicicest Wines, Liquors and CiffliTs. 'th. Patronage of Commercial men and the gen eral public respectfully solicited. i The Valley Bank, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Capital, Surplus, ; 100,000 25,000 "vTm. Christy, President. M. H. Shbbman, Vice-President. M.W.Uessxk6kk, Cashier. Receive Deposits, Make Co 11 oc tions, By and Sell Exchange, Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Officii) 'Hears, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. COBBBSFONDE1TT8. American Exchange National Bank.N. Y. The Anglo-Calif ornia Banji, San Francisco, California. Am. Exchange Natl Bank, Chicago, IU. First National Bank. Los Angeles. Bank of Arizona, Prescott. Arizona. ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Stap and LiYery Co. (iNCOKPOBATKB 1891 DAILY : STAGE BETWEEN Florence and Casa Grande Livery, Feacl & Sale Stables Florence and Casa Cranae. THE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK, Or Tucson, Arizona. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000 Surplus and Profits, - - 7,500 OFFICERS r Babbok VI. Jacobs. President. Fbed Flsishmak, Vice-President. Lionbl M. Jacobs. Cashier. J. M. Obmsbt Assistant -Cashier. Transacts a Geneva) Banking- Business. Makes telegraphic transfers. Draws For eign and Domestic Bills of Exchange. Accountsof Individuals. Firms and Cor porations solicited. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, European Plan. GEO. H.A.LUHRS, - Proprietor, Corner Center and Jefferson Streets, Phoenix, Arizona. Leading bninessand fiimily hotel in Ari zona. Located in the buslne center r Con taius one hundredroeros. Tunnel Saloon. CHOICE WINES, LIQTTORS AND CIGAKS. J. O. KEATiNC, Proprietor. Lem Wing Chung DEALER IN Drytrflofls, Groceries And Notions. Sell cheap for cash. Corner 10th and Bailey streets, Florence- - - Arizona. Irrigation In Northern Africa. Northern Africa is a country which is not all unknown to the traveler ; it : is a land of remarkable interest.. There is found there some of the most ancient history of the world. In the valley of the Nile civilization sprang forth and reached a mark which in some features has hardly been surpas sed. Yet a man has just returned to the United States who is probably the first to thoroughly explore that country along certain lines. Be is the Botanical Explorer of the Agricultural Department, Mr. W. T. Swingle, lor eighteen months Mr. Swingle has been traveling about the Mediterranean countries looking for plants and treas and for the products of the agricultur ist and the horticulturist which might he of value to the farmers and fruit growers of the United States. "Especially iDteresting," said Mr. Swindle, ia talking of his work,, "did I find the North African countries. They greatly resemble our own Southwest, and like a great portion of It, they are arid. Carrying, the parallel still farth er, they were, like it, once fertile through irrigation. This, great area, was once part of the- Roman Empire, and the Romans seem. to. have known how to irrigate- to. perfection. For there is evidence that all of North Africa was as fertils as is the present valley of the Nile. The waters of the rivers seem, to have been stored for irrigation in series of reservoirs, one above the other. The ruins of Algeria ndicate a wealthy and populous com munity. But long since the land has reverted to- its- natural aridity ; dams have disappeared, and irrigation has ceased;, yet the ruins of great cities rise from, oat of the hot, sandy wastes, well preserved monuments, in the dry atmosphere, to the former grandeur of th Romans. Many of the buildings in these cities are almost entire, showing clearly the style of architecture, the triumphal arches, and. other types of Roman work, and nntil one gets into. their midst, it seems hardly possible BOA. SUey aBTO DHIVU UU1UU.WIIIVU Ul : long centuries. Where now the burn ing sand of the desert is swept about j by the hot winds, covering and uncov ; ering carved stone and pillar, the green verdure, the swaying palms and the luxuriant growth of the tropics once held emr under tue niagie ia- ; fluenee of water, artificially distribu- j ted. The French Government is now j making aoroe futertsatitig excavations j in Algeria, but otherwise no desecra- j tion of the wonderful ruins is allowej. i Ftlbert Cnltsce In Italy. It will surprise many to hear that in, certain districts of Italy the filbert crop rivals the produca of the vine in commercial importance. These de licious nuts are grown on bushes or shrubs, which are arranged in groups that arc from 15. to j feet apart, so aft to insure the acccs" of plenty of light and air. They thrive best in a deep, clayey soil, and the planting takes place oaring November and December of' slips from the. mother, plant. Seeds, could be used, but thq growth would, be too slow to be profitable. As it is., the shrubs do not bear fruit until the third year, and blossoms appearing be fore that time being removed, so that the plant shall not be impoverished,. The plants arc periodically pruned,, when any slips which, have failed to sprout are removed and replaced by others; so that there are plantations which remain iu full growth, although, nearly a hundred years old The filbert is not subject to the diseases common to other crops, but it suffers severely from hailstones and " from cold winds.- Chambers' Journal. New Fad la Sealing Letter.. My lady has a new fad about her papeterie which this time has nothing to do with the size or shape of the en velope or the tint of the paper. When, she seals her loiters now the up-to-date girl no Icrgi'i- puis the s-;il hi the cpex of tli; triangle made by tl;e flap-, of the envelope, but carefully Kts it about two inches to the left as the en velope lies addressed side down on her . writing table. Just what the reason ; for this is or what the origin of it is none of the fair ones vvhb are following s'ii .- foil Sfras to be essctlv sun-. "It so novel, though," one of them ex plained, "and the seal really looks much more artistic off to one side than plant-, ed right in the center." Chicago Times-. Herald. Philippine Wedding Gowns. When a Philippine lady of better class gets married she sometimes wears as her wedding dress a costume' of na tive manufacture that reaches in value up into four figures. 7t takes months to make a handkerchief or a sleeve, so microBcopio and delicate ia the fabric. The Excuse. MiKsTVthertonn (tosrjortsman vho is exhibiting his day's shooting) Oh, how could you kill these dear, pretty birds . I think it is positively cruel. Sportsman I suppose you know there is a great demand for these for hat ornamentation? Miss Fethcrtopp Oh, of course, if it is a case of necessity, it is perfectly, excusable. Boston Transcript-. lM$l? Chisel PRICE'BAK POWDER .CHICAGO. Tlie 1.1k . Mrs. Hog-: Give me a pound avthim. earthquake preserves, Baumgarden. Mr. Ilaumgarden Yot'sdot? Vyyoii ersll dvin erfguake prpwrfs, Meesia II o- "Aw, Dutch, ye're slow! Beeaus' thcr come in jars." N. Y. World.. Not at AH Garrulous. Sntplnnks Money talks, you know. Nfcsoads Nov I do"nt know. I've never got within speaking distance of it. t n ("!'. Articles of Incorporation or THE-. Mammoth-Collins Supply pany.. Com. W, Join A. Blaurock, Cole Saunders and ' A. L. CasiMOler,. desiring to incorporate ourselves under the. provisions of the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and especially an Act of the Legislative Assembly thereof; entitled ""AilAct Concerning Corporations," approved March- 8th, .1887, for the purpose of engaging in the lawful enterprises, busi ness pursuits and occupation hereinafter s pclfied, do make,, subscribe and acknow ledge according to. law. these, articles of Incorporation and declare: I- The name- assumed by this Corporation and by. which it shall be known Is "The Mammoth-Collins Supply Company," and the time of th commencement of this corpo ration shall ba the day of the filing of these article In the office of the Ojunljr tE border of tbe County of Pinal, Territory of Ari zona, uml the termination thereof shall be twenty-five. t251years thereafter. , H, The enterppiat. pursuits, business uk! occupation in which this Company propot-s to et?ae.p, is to acsintro by vurchavn, niul ia any other luwfiU manner, real estHtf. Jhik3 I and r0 hinds of property .renl, .i-rsunul or ; tol uuW ouusu-uct and acquire by purchase or In any other lawf nl manner, and accept, hold, possess, enjoy, operate and use franchises from any State or Territory of the United States, or iu auy county or municipal-or private corporations, wagon roads, canals, mills, factories, houses capital stock and bonds of corporations, chattels goods, wares and merchandise choses in action, to transact any and all kiwis of. busi ness which may be transacted by a natura' person ; to hold, use and enloy the same and to alienate, selL. tease, demise and dispose of same or any part thereof, , as well as of any bther property this corporation possesses, be seized of or be entitled to; to borrow money and contract to repay the-same at such time or times as its Board of Directors deem pro per and see fit (and to hypothecate, mart gage or pledse, all or any part of the prop erty which this corporation may hereafter acquire; to secure the-payment of such money with interest, . or to secure the pay ment of any debt of this corporation, with such interest thereon as it may he legally obligated to pay and to conduct a general merchandise and trading business; to buy and sell gold, silver, copper, lead and other depends upon the food you eat lDi Priced Cream Baldng Powder adds to the healthftdness of all . risen flour-foods. Not only this, it makes the food lighter, sweeter, fincr-fiavcrCw; more, delicious It is worth while to exercise care in pur chasing baking powder-to see that you get the ktnf. th:,t trkes the food more whole some and at the same time more palatable Note. There are many mixtures, made in imi- tation of baking jowder, which it is prudent to avoid. They-are lower in price than cream of tartar-powders, but they are made fjotrxalam-and render the food unheal thful.. CO., mines to form subsidiary companies to work them, and to erect quarts mills, smelt ing furnaces or other redaction works for the treatmoct of -li kinds of mineral ores. III. The place were this (Wpcr&tioa proposes to have its principal omce and place of busi ness Is th tuTvn o? Mxmiuotlt, County of Pinal, Territory of . Arizona, IT. The amount of the cur-ha! Rto-k of tbis corporation bhall be Thirty Tbousan:! Dol lars, dlvitl'-id ?xiti thr'" tT'jns.ti.d shares of the par- value, of Tea Dollars ach.and th time when, and the conditions upon which it is to be paid are as follows, viz: The wuole thereof immediately upon making thesnbscriptioa therefor, and tha said stock shall be fully paid before being issued and non-assessable thereafter. Y. The amount of the par value of each share of the Capital Stock of this corpora tion shall fee ten dollars. . VI. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability direct or contingent to which this corporation la at any time, to be subjected or to subject itself, U the sua, of Twenty Thousand Dollars.. VII. The stockholders in this corporation and their private property, shall be exempt from the corporate debts of this corpora tion. . Vtll. The affairs of this corporation are to be and shall be conducted by a Board of Director's consisting of three persons who shall be elected annually by the stockhold ers at such time and in such manner as shall b prescribed by the by-laws of this corporation, and all of whom shall be stock holders or subscribers to the capitul stock oi this corporation, I The following named persons who a.e subscribers to the capital stock of this cor poration, shall constitute the Board of Directors of this corporation until the first day of September, 189U. . and until their suc cessors duly qualified shall be elected or appointed,, to-wit: J. A. Blaurock, Cole Saunders and A. L. Carpenter. If any dir ector shall cease to be stockholders, lie shall cease to be a director. Vacancies in the Board of Directors shallb filled by the re maining members of the Board., Immediately or as. soon as psaeticable after the filing of these articles in the of fice of the County Recorder of the County of Pinal, the persons herein before named as Directors to serve until the 1st- day of September, 1899. shall most and orsaoize a Board of Directors, adopt by-laws and pre scribe la said by-laws the method of calling the meeting of the Board of Directors and stockholders. , A majority of the Board of Directors shell constitute a quorum of said Board for the, transaction of business, and auy meeting of said Board at which a quorum. is presents shall be deemed a regular meet ing and have the same authority as a full Board, whether notice of the meeting to the absent members of the Board shall have been given or-not. IX.. . The Board of Directors of this Corporation shall have power to establish by-laws, and make all rules and regulations deemed ex pedient for the management of the affairs for this corporation and theofneers thereof. In Witness WHiuor, . we have hereunto; set our hands and seats this fith day of September, A. D 1898. JOHN A, BLMTROCK. sbal1 COLeSACTTDIiRS. seal5 AiL.CAEPE.NTEH, Cssal . STATE OF NEW YORK, i Cory-TY ui' Na' Yokk.V On thi. 6th day of September, A. D., ltfJ8, bfforeroe, W. L. Murray, a Notary Public in and for nid Couiily faud State, personally appearMl J. A. Rirtorcn-K, Cole Suuudem and ; A.. L. Carpenter, known to me to be the per- ' sons - described in, .and who -executed the 0 foregoing instrument," who acknowledged -to me that they executed the same for the ' purposes and considerations therein ex pressed. . Is Witsiss WHaBaoF, I have hereunt set my hand and affixed my official sea - this 6th day of September, A. D 1898. seal W. L. MUKBAY. Notary Public, N.T.Co. My commission expires March: 90th) 1899. - TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, ) - ss. County of Pinal. ' I, F. A. Chamberlin, Recorder, In and for ' theCounty of Pinal, Territory aforesaid, do ' hereby certify that the annexed instrument was filed and recorded at request of J. H. Carpenter, on' the 14th day of Sept., A, D , 1898, at 1 o'cloch, p. mM In book No. 1, of Article of Incorporation, Page 157. Witness my hand and official seal, this 14th day of Sept., 1898. seal F. A. CHAMBERLIN", . Recorder. Taos. G. Peyton, . Sept. 29-Wt Deputy, For -Sale.- The BrMy rwh! on the fjlta river one-" mile and a quarter below Florence, coueist- -ing of one pre-emption claim of one bun--dred and sixty acres, and an additional -homesteft'i claim adjoining of eighty acres -with a frontage on the river of one mile. -Divided intoiive differenfc: fields of 8 andi barbed wire fences with mesqnit post. The land with- proper cultivation will' yield 2,000 pounds of wheat rwid 2,S00 pounds cf barley per acre. A good dwelling house with kitchen, bath room and store room at- -taohed, with large greaeiiea 16x82 each. One grist mill with machinery for a burr' mill, 2 pair of burrs. A frame house adjoin ing 16x80 feet and one of the beat wells of water in the valley, 15 yards from the house. - The land will yield 400,000 pounds of wheat or 500,000 pound of barley or 1,200 tons of alfalfa allowing for 3 crops of alfalfa a year. An abundance of mejquite and Cottonwood on the claim: . Title U. S. Patent: For further particulars addsess- the TRI--B'JNE 02Gce or the undersigned. Sopt.2J.tf PETER S, BRADY, SB. Notice:. To JosusMartines: You are hereby notlr nod that I hold in my possession an Iron! Gray Mare belonging to you, upon which there is a pasture' bill due me of $27.50.. The above mare now has a colt with her' about 5 months old. You will please comet forward and pay said chatges together with" the charge of advertising, or I will sell said mare and colt as provided by law. Sept.2S-St WILLIAM SCHMIDTS Dated Florence, Ari., Sept. 18th, 1699..