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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
- . PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. FLORENCE, ARIZONA. MAY 26, 1900. SUNSET LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE, . District Conrt. FLORENCE KXCHANBE. Main. 11 Aueulo, G. E... Florence Meat Market. 21 Barker, A. F.,.. General Merchandise. 41 Brockwoy, G. M., Florence Pharmacy. 31 Brockway, G. M., Residence. SI Canal Company, Offic e. ci f i Li.. : y-i IT ; 71 Sheriff's office,... Court House. 81 Co. Treasurer.:. .Court House. 91-Drais, L. K....... .Florence Hotel. 101 Keating. J. G.,.. Tunnel Saloon. Ill Micfaea 4 Co Florence Cash Store. 121 Powell, C. G.,... Residence. . mt i r. r D-i4 181 Reppy, C. D .Tribus Office. 1U Shields & Price,. General Merchandise. 161 Stevens, D. C Monteiuma Stables. 171 Thomas, J.D., .Livery Stuble. 191 Truman, W.C. Residence.. 211 Hurdy, C W. . .Corner Saloon. Mr. and Mrs. F. B; Maldonado have been in Florence the past week visit ing friends and relatives. Mrs. James Sharp, of Sacaton, has been in Phoenix for some weeks, quite ill with typhoid fever, but at last ac ,conn.t was slowlv improving. Mrs. C. V. Lemon and family left last Saturday for Kelvin where they expect to remain, Mr. Lemon being in the employ of the Bay Mining com pany. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter, of Kenil worth,. mourn the loss of their youngest child, a baby of six months which died the 20th, and was buried in the Florence cemetery last Monday. The Ladies of the Degree of Uonor entertained themselves, their husbands and a few friends last evening after the regular meeting of the lodge, at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Brock way. Mr. James O'Connor retnrns to-day from a flying trip to Yuma .having gone there to take the deposition of P. R Brady, Jr., to be used in the coming trial of the County vs. Brady's bondsmen. ., . Mr. Ballou is bringing into town for sale, the clearest sweetest honey possi ble for bees to make. With so little vegetation and so few flowers, it is a wonder that such honey can be made by the busy workers. Mrs. A. F. Barker and little daugh ter, Anna Buth.left Thursday for the coast. Mrs. Barker will be in Iios An celes for some time and her friends here hope to see her return in perfect health after having been so long a sufferer from sickness. W. Y. Price, C. D. Eeppy and T. F. Weed in of Florence, Geo. E. Trueman of Kelvin, and Geo. Blair of Mammoth, were all in Phoenix this week attending the Demoenatis Con ventien going as delegates from this county. Among the Helvetia items in the Star lately was the following: "A new baby in camp and it is a boy belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Jones." The parents are well known in Flor ence, where both resided before and for a short time after their marriage. Globe has lately been Incorporated and George W. Hunt has been chosen be the Council as the first Mayor. If Florence, when incorporated is as fortunate in the choice of a Mayor, we will be in good luck in the security of n honest administration of city government. Walter Buffner, brother of ex-sheriff George Buffner of Yavapai county died in Prescott last Sunday night from in jures received in the accident at the Blue Bell mine, on the 8th inst. It was a shock to his many friends to hear of this sudden ending of a prom ising young life. It is pretty warm and will no doubt be warmer by the 4th of July, but then our patriotic blood will bubble all the more and Florence should pre pare to celebrate in good style. Don't let the children forget the day of our Nation's birth, and by its keeping teach them what it means to bean American. .' Mr. and Mrs. Brash, formerly of Florence, but now living in the neigh borhood of Crittenden, were here on a visit for several days this week. They, report that Crittenden has been almost entirely absorbed by the new town of Patagonia, some few miles further south on the railroad and that all the freighting for that section is now done from this new point. Arizonans seem to be beginning to appreciate the beauties and resources of their own Arizona. From our ex changes we gather that many more of our people than ever before, will take their summer vacation in the moun tains and at the various springs in the territory. The Grand Canyon, Flag staff. Iron Springs and Oracle and numerous other beauty spots in the different ranges, should be good enough to tempt any one who is loyal to our own domain noless the sea air is thought to be absolutely necessary and Southern California too enticing to resist. Hon. F. M. Doan, Judge. The calendar of the Distri :t Court was cleaned up to the following extent this week: Juan Pino Espinoso 3 ' years for grand larceny. John Hall was acquitted of the charge of assault. Bamon Mariscal was given 1 year for grand larceuy. The case of Andraes Salazar for as sault was continued. In the case of Gabriel Herrera the jury disagreed and the case continued, John Model indicted for murder was found guilty in the second degree and sentenced to 20 years. .' Bafael Orosco found guilty of mur der in the secoud degree, was sentenced to 20 years Imprisonment. The Phoenix papers give notice that the annual service in ' honor of the memory of our dead veterans will be beld Sunday evening, May 27, at the First M. E. church in that city. The Prescott papers say that similar ser vices will be held at the same time in Prescott, Chaplain Winfield Scott preaching the sermon. Tucson does the same, and let our citizens not for get that these memorial services will be held in Florence to-morrow night at the Presbyterian church. Bev. H. B. Mayo will deliver the sermon. Wed nesday, May, 30, the decoration of graves will take place. The procession will start from the church plaza at 3 p. m. The Tribune acknowledges the re ceipt of an invitation to the commence ment exercises of the University of Arizona, beginning with the Literary Societies' evening last night, on through to the Alumni Reception next Thursday evening. With the bacca laureate sermon Sunday, Drill of Cadets Tuesday and commencement proper - Thursday, Tucson will be lively and enjoyable this coming week. Such an institntion as the University in a town is an advantage and Tucson is to be congratulated thereon, while the same is extended to faculty and students upon the closing of a suc cessful and profitable year. The air has been full of rumors the ' past week of the doings of the Alvord, Stiles and Bravo Jnan band of out laws. They were reported seen at Henry Brady's ranch last Suoday, go ing from there to Hewett's ranch i where they exchanged their jaded horses for fresh ones, undoubtedly j getting the best of the bargain. It has even been said that some of the gang have been in Florence daring the past few days, buying provisions. This re-1 mains to be proved however, but their defiance of the law is outrageous I enough to warrant belief in a more improbable tale than this. I The ladies of the Village Improve- ment Club . again urge upon our j citizens to have all garbage and refuse placed in boxes or barrels and put in such a place on alley or street that it can be easly reached by the parties carting it away. Tuesday next,' May 29, the wagon will make the rounds of the town and take away all refuse so placed. This is a wise sanitary precaution so for the common good let all do their part. Messrs. Lyman Bridges, 8. H. Gould aud JL D. Ober registered at the Flor ence Hotel Wednesday. These gentle men are railroad promoters and were driven about the town and valley by Landlord Drais, to get a good idea of the possibilities of future lines to be built into Florence. Mr. Andy O'Connor has completed the school census for the entire dis trict of the Kenilworth school and finds sixty children of the age for school attendance. ' This makes a good showing for a fine school in that dis trict when the fall term begins. Sheriff Truman left yesterday after noon for Yuma with the four prisoners whose sentences were given in the morning by Judge Doan. Wasted Jury certificates and al lowed claims against the county. Apply at this office. A Rich Man's Project . A rich man's statement that he in tends to devote almost his entire fortune to charitable works has aroused much discussion. This is because it .will ac complish much good. It is a praise worthy endeavor, but there are many other agencies which accomplish just as much good. Take Hostetter's Stomach "Bitters for instance the great American remedy. For fifty years it has cured constipation, dyspep sia and all the ills which arise from weak disgestion. This medicine will keep the stomach In good shape and the bowels regular. It is a wonderful restorative tonic and health builder. It is also a preventive for malaria, fever and agne. Ask for it, and insist upon having it. See that a Private Bevenne Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. ' AVT ANTED Honest man or woman to travel " far large house; salary $65 monthly and expenses, with increase; position per manent; Inclose self-addressed stamped en velope. MANAGER, Sao Caxtou bide Chicago.. New Railroad Through Arizona. Silver City is rather pleased that an other railroad is projected which in tends to muke it one of its stations. New York capitalists are planning the line, and are said to have f 25,000, 000 cash for the purpose of making a start on the project. Dr J. F. Ford, of Phoenix, is the promoter, A con ces.sioo has been secured from the government of Mexico to build a nar row gauge railroad to tide-water on the Gulf of California at some point close to the Ures river, in the state of Sonora. The road is to be 800 miles long, and is to pass along the Gila river valley to Phoenix, thence to Globe. From Globe it is to pass to the upper Gila valley via Ft. Thomas, Pima, Saf ford, Solomonville, Bad to Guthrie, where it will Intersect the Morenci Southern and the Arizona & New Mex ico narrow gauge railroads, It is to enter New Mexico at Carlisle and pro ceed to silver City. Through New Mexico the route will be pushed north to a connection with the Denver Bio Grande. The road will take in as many mining camps in New Mexico as possible, and proposes to build a number of branch lines. It will pass through the Black Bange. The com pany has been incorporated under the laws of Arizona, , From Tucson Thursday came Adolph Bail's traveling man, Mr. S. Arthur. and left his" name on the register at the Hotel, alto Mrs. R. J. Freijo, of Tucson whov passed through on her way to the Bay. B. W, Wilson rode over from Tucson on his bicycle this week reaching Florence yesterday, a long ride and a hot one, needing much indurance. Man's Marrying Age. At what age should a man marry? Some men are more fitted for the re sponsibilities of matrimony at twenty five than others are at thirty-five. If marriage be postponed until after this last figure a man Is likely to get into what may be called the habit of celi bacy, from which, as from other bad habits, it is hard to break away.. Dr. D. L. LUCAS, THE TUCSON DENTIST, Is in Florence and will remain ten days. The Doctor is prepared to do all kinds of dental work, and will remain ten days. Office at the Clark residence on Main street. . Those requiring dental services should call early. Consultation free. Religious Notice. Date of preaching services changed from first and third Sundays, to second and fourth. ' . Preaching services Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ; Sunday school every Sunday at 10 : a. m. ; Christian Endeavor every Sunday at 7:15 p. m.; prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to these services. 11. is. Mayo, Pastor. Beautiful ( klifornia Flow ers, 'seeds, bulbs, plants in great variety and first-class quality. Send 10 cts, for Catalogue, which amount will be added to first order. . Mrs. Theodosia B. Shepherd, Ventura by the Sea, California. There is a lesson for mothers in. the eare and training of a millionaire's small daughter. These little people are brought npon simpler food and under a stricter dis cipline than many children in moder ate circumstances. Little Miss Murray Hill has her maid, her groom, her own coachman, her governess and sometimes retinue of servants, yet she is never overdressed or overfed. She is taught to live by routine, and in consequ en ce is hearty aud well. A certain little maid whose father can buy and sell whole yarda of rail road stock is required to rise at 7 the year round. She has her batk, imme diately after rising and her breakfast at 8. At the meal she eats fresh fruit,' cereals, milk and whole wheat bread. In the morning she has her lessons and at 12 o'clock a midday dinner con sisting of a clear or cream soup, roast ed meats or chicken, fresh vegetables and a simple dessert. If she has sweets they are given to her with the dessert. She never eats pickles or other unwholesome food . At 8 o'ciock she is tucked into bed for the night. An 'Art Book Free. The 1000 PEEMO CAMERA catalogue is out, and wili be mailed free to any one Interested. It is full of beautiful photographic - illustrations. The PBEMO is the finest camera made, and photos made with a PBEMO .are bound to be good. Agents wanted for our cameras . PINNEY & ROBINSON. Established 1887. Bicycles, Typewriters, Photo Stock and Sporting Goods, Phoenix, Arizona. Irrigation Appropriation. The irrigation appropriation of $230, 000 which is asked for the use of the Geological Survey, would enable that bureau to vigorously prosecute its needful work of getting at the facts concerning the water possibilities of the arid region, and making surveys to show definitely where water can be stored-, iu what quantities and how much there will be to store. These are all subjects of vital interest to arid America and which Congress owes it to the West to provide for liberally. "I've got a new lunger out at my house," said the man whose wife eon ducts an East Side boarding establish ment, "and a new burro in my barn yard. I also have another new boarder, a young and inquisitive fellow from Ohio. The first night he was there the burro kept up an awful bellowing and in the morning the Buckeye lad said, "Say, didn't you ssy you had a con sumptive in your house? Well, I thought so. I beard the poor fellow coughing terribly all night.'" Re publican liar. Beware of a Cough. A cough is not a disease but a symp tom. Consumption and " bronchitis, which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases, have for their first indication a persistent cough, and if properly treated as this cough appears are easi ly cured. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has proven wonderfully successful, and gained its wide reputation and exten sive sale by its success-in curing the diseases which cause coughing. If it is not beneficial it will notoostyona cent. For sale by Brock way's Phar Biliousness is a condition character ized by a disturbance of the digestive organs. The stomach is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels constipated. There is a loathing of food, pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue aad vomiting, first of the undigested or partly digested food and thea of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy appetite. Tbey also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels. Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result. For sale- by Brockway's Pharmacy. The Harp-o-Chord, a new . ; musical instrument. Simplest, -most effective and t - .. easiest to play. A whole band in one instrument. : Twice as foiid asl both Mandolin and Guitar. It has no equal. Any mouth harp player can play the Harp-o-Chorjl on sight, and anyone can easily learn to play the Mouth Harp. , Write for catalogue. Don't forget that we furnish any piece of music published. If you want the best Guitar made send for one of our Seville Guitars. Remember The Florentine Mandolins are built to withstand any climate, are sweet in tone superior to all. The BARRETT MUSIC CO., Los Angeles, Cai. NEW STORE NEW GOODS I SHIELDS k PRICE E Have just opened up in the building E formerly occupied by A. F. Barker H ' 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 H () bed-rock -prices, and we propose to i jrive our customers the benefit. s - O Call and be convinced. Cattle, Hay and Grain bought and sold. SHIELDS & PRICE. Florence. Arizona. 1 in i in iiiiim nmimn 1 1 m irnnirrjrirEinnti i n rninrunrurrniiim nu mninti: ) 14 1 H Eagle Milling Company Tucson. Arizona 'COLDDUST.' I 1 A o i ii i hi i5r lL---r-sw. Sold dust o t 0 I a to It is Superior to Denver Flour, It is "Whiter, It has More Lerenmg Power, Makes a Largei Loaf, Bakes Quicker The Best Flour for Family Use.- For Sale by all the Grocers. The highest claim for other tobaccos is "Just as good as Durham." Every old smoker knows there is none just as good as aim sraiiMo Von will find one coupon Inaida eacb two ounce beg, and two cou- yvua iubiuc coca SWX OUCCC DBgai juacjtwell Vatbua. Buy a bag of this cele brated tobacco and read tha COVDOa which pivra 11a of valuable presents and how j 4 r i '1 1 I! h r), 4 WHEN YOU WANT Lite ai Bull Material, Oregon Mimn Timber. Plank, Battery Blocks and Sills, set framed and guides worked to-detail. Railroad Ties, Bridee Timber Stad Telegraph Poles, House building material of all kinds, best quality, lowest price, WRITE TO OR CALL ON THE L.W.BLMLUM Mala office and yard, No. Ji8 East Second 9t., Los Anccleo, California. TERRITORIAL BBANCll YAUDS. " CasaGrande, F. B. Ml donatio, Aerent; Florence, Simon AnernlooV Co., 1 Agent ; Terape, Geo. N. Gage, Ajrei.t; Lordstwrg, N. M., Ben Titus, Agent. CALIBWNIA BRANCH VARUS. Pasadena, Monrovia, Banning, Ontario1, North Pomona A Beau most. Pioneer Lumber Company of Arizona. Delivered quotations and estimates furnished on receipt of specification. W- A. DRISCOLLt Manager, Los Angeles, Cal.