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THE FLORENCE TIUBTTNE
Published evert Saturday. TLoKENCi; ARIZONA. JCSK 8. 1WJ. Sunset long-distance telephone. FlOKl-rSt'E EXCHANGE. Mai. ll -Angulo, G. E Florence Meat Market. 21 Barker, A;. F.,.. General Merchandise. 41 rockway. G. M., Florence Phurmucy, flr-Rrocky, G. M., Residence. SlJ-Carfal-Cdmpnny. Office. t--Cli-Jt'roffice,.... Court House. 71 Sucfitfs office,... Court House. 81 Co. Treasurer,.. .Court House. Sl-DfW.. I.. K Florence Hotel. 10l-Win. J. G. .Tunnel Saloon. JU Mlohea A Co... ..Florence Cash Store. 121 Powell, C. G Residence. 131 Reppy.C. D Residence.- lbl Reppy, C. D Tbibun Office. HI Shields A Price,. General Merchandise. Ml Stevens, D.C Montezuma Stables. 171 Thomas, 1 .D.,. Livery Stable. Wl Truman. W. C.,.Resideuee. 201 Hardy, C. W.,... Corner Saloon. Sid. Bartlesoa v.-as out at his cow ranch this vn-ek. ; Mrs. C. C. Hockett was down from Kelvin yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Durham were in town last Saturday. Mrs. William Beard, the lady pro moter, is in Phoenix. Sam Heyueman, Zeskendorf's man, Was ia towoyesterday. Knott Guild has purchased an inter est in a bookstore in Tucson. The condition of District Attorney Stone still continues critical. , Dr. Lucas, the dentist, has about fin ished up his work in Florence. L. J. Hewes, of Chicago, was a guest of Landlord Drais on Tuesday. W. II. Brandenburg, of Mammoth, spent last Sunday in Florence. Orlando Douglas, of Tempe, spent several days in Florence this week. A. J. O'Connor is spending the week in Phoenix and Tempe among friends. This is the time of year when a man is excusable for nqt overexerting himself. Tucson was visited by a good rain 'Thursday, while in Florence only a few drops fell. The trustees of the Catholic Church will hold a business meeting Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. M. E. Harter is now occupying Mrs. Welles' cottage on Central aven ue, ooDoaite the narsonaire. H. K. Dunlap, late editor and pro prietor of the Range News, has decid ed to locate at Safford. - Angulo's store is having a new porch erected in front, which adds greatly to comfort and appearance. Judge Benson had a slight attack of illness last Wednesday, but was up and found the following day. Miss Sarah Stone returned Thursday toiler hom in Mesa, called thereby aews of her father's illness. Frank M. Evans, the Los Angeles candy and cracker man, paid Florence ne of his periodical visits this week. Mrs. Mayo, wife of Kev. U. B. Mayo, will leave for California in a few days with her children, to spend the summer. The Wife of Mannel Viliar, the blacksmith, gave birth to twins last Monday, but the infants lived but a fuw hoars. M. V. lloambach, who had been em ployed at Brunenltant's bakery for the past three months, mysteriously dis appeared on Weduosday, May SUlli, and has not been seeu or heard of since. For some time lie had been downhearted and had made remarks about life not being worth living, lie left a note at the parochial residence asking the priest to "pray for his soul." Some time previous he had purchased two ounces of laudanum at the drug store. Hence it is feared that the unfortunate man has made away with himself, lie left' his can teen and other belongings with Mr. Brunenkant. Charles McGee, who left here about three months ago expecting to go to Cape Nome, after investigating the matter thoroughly, has returned to Pinal county. While absent he visited Idaho, Colorado and New Mexico and found no better country than Arizbua. lie drove a Boo pair of mules from Albuquerque, where he also bought a new Shuttler vvagou, aud came in with a fine outfit. On his way he passed through the petrified forest, and the Tiubumc is indebted to him for a fine specimen. Mr. McGee yesterday went to Mineral Creek, where he was for merly in business. , Mrs. Manuela Brady (wife of P. K. Brady, Jr.) began suit this week against A. F. Barker, trustee of the bondsmen of the defaulting county treasurer, to "recover the property deeded to him at the time of the dis covery of the shortage. This prop erty had previously been transferred by Brady to his wife. Shields & Price's Kenilvvorth ranch is now the busiest place in the county. They have about sixty men employed harvesting their crops of hay and grain. Two headers, one, threshing machine, two hay-balers and two steam pumps are at work. The crop is turning out much better than was expejted. Presley Wilhite, who has been seri ously ill in Florence for several months, left last Monday for El Paso, having sufficiently recovered to take the trip. He was driven as far as Casa Grande by W. D. Berry, who went to Phoenix and returned Thursday. The Tribcse folks are indebted to Mr. Elwood Hadley, U. S. Indian agent, for an invitation to attend the commencement exercises of the Saca ton Indian school on Tuesday, June 12th. The Phoenix Indian school bund will be in attendance. Hon. P. E. Brady returned yester day to his home in Tucson, after spending a week among his old friends in Florence. No man stands higher in the estimation of this community, and he will always receive a hearty wel come here. Congress took a recess for the sum mer on Thursday last after passing a bill authorizing Tucson to issue bonds for waterworks. Several springs in the Catalinas have gone dry which were never before known to fail within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. A false alarm of fire Thursday morn-Sno- brought out the Florence fire de partment, consisting principally of Stempel'B fire extinguishers. The Tbibune has been "scooped" re cently on two cases of dentistry, much to its discomfiture. I he old ibib must be getting a move on itself. Georze P. Blair, manager of the Mammoth-Collins mines, has gone to Milwaukee to attend the Mining Con gress, which assembles June 19th. County Treasurer W. Y. Price went 'to Tncson vesterdBy. He will leave for Kansas City in a few days to assist in the nomination of Wm. J. iiryan. m roll of honor of St.; Joseph's Academy at Tucson this year holds the names of two of our Florence gins, Misses Hattie Merrltt and , Annis Keating. - Colonel C. C. Bean, one of Arizona's moat nrominent mininff men, was out in the hills several days this week with George A. Brown, examining properties. Sheriff Trnman went to Casa Grande Thursday to see his wife aud mother-in-law off on their trip to California. We will keep our eye on the Sheriff in tJTeir absence. Henry Parry, superintendent of the Milwaukee and Arizona Prospecting and Mining company, owners of valu able properties on Mineral Creek and south of Casa Grande, registered at the Florence Hotel Thursday. , Last Saturday Willie Benson was down from Kelvin, where he has charge of the yard of the San Pedro Lumber company. Willie' is getting to be almost as much of a business man as his dad. The normal school had 180 pupils when Prof. . McNaughton left it. Now it is struggling along under an indi vidual named Smith with only 80. Phoenix Gazette. Mrs, W. C. Truman and her sister, Miss Lillian Eeid, left Wednesday for Casa Grande. Mrs. Truman and her mother, Mrs. W. B. Eeid, took Thurs day's excursion for Los Angeles. Under Sheriff Powell has purchased a Knowles steam pump, which he will soon have in operation at his residence on Main street. This may become the nucleus of a water system for our town. Charley 'Hardy's saloon is now one of the neatest places in town. The new front and awning sets it off like a red ribbon on a handle-bar. Fred White did the carpenter work in an artistic manner. LOOKING FOR A ROUTE. Possible Railroad Extarisiofi From Con gress to Hillside. Coxgukss, Arizoua, June 3. W. A. Drake, chief engineer of the Santa Kc, Prescott & Phoenix railway, and J. II. Ernmert, assistant to President Mur phy, left here yesterday morning with an outfit equipped for several days' journey. The object of their trip is said to be a reconnoissance of a route for a railroad between this point and the section about the Hillside mine. i Mr. Murphy's vigorous policy in con nection with the north and south road contemplates the construction of branches into promising mineral sec tions, and it is believed that there will be early results from the trip of Messrs. Drake and Eminert. Mineral Creek Mines. The President has sent to the senate the nomination of Col. Luther E. Hare of the 33rd infantry to be promoted to brigadier general. The new brigadier general is a brother of Recorder" Frank Hare of Tombstone. ' The gallant officer was stationed at Ft. Uuacuca last year and is well known in Arizona. Ilis many friends here are pleased to learn of his deserved promotion. Prospector Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is cured by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, heariug will be de stroyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Mr. W. S. Whedou, Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset, Iowa, in a recent letter gives some ex perience with carpenter in his employ, that will be of value to other mechan ics. He says: "I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea. I mentioned to him that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamber Iain's Coli?, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy had cured me. He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him, and he is again at his work." For sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. Printing Without Ink. A company has been formed to con trol the process of printing without ink, by using electricity aud chemically prepared paper. In a short time, it is expected, this innovation will be com pletely introduced, and old methods revolutionized. There is one thing however that has resisted all innova tions; that is Hostetter's Stomach Bit ters, which has many imitators, but no equals as a cure for stomach, liver and bowel troubles. This peerless remedy has been the standard medicine of the American people for the past fifty years. It is a wonderful medicine for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, in somnia, constipation and nervousness. It also prevents malaria, fever and ague. It keeps the stomach in good condition, and the bowels regular. Try it, and you will not be disppointed. TV-ANTED Honest man or woman to travel " for large house; salary $l5 monthly aud expenses, with increase; position per manent; inclose self-nddressed stamped en velope. MANAGER; 530 Caxtnn bids.; Chicago, Beautiful California FIoav er3, seeds, bulbs, plants in great variety and first-class quality. Send 10 cts. fox Catalogue, which amount will be added to first order. Mrs. TheodosiaB. Shepherd,. Ventura by the Sea, . California. ..A Good Senator. Washington, D. C, June-i. Senator Carter of Montana offered an amend ment to the sundry civil bill largely increasing the appropriation for the investigation of the water flow in western streams. The increase was from 50,000 to $250,000, and was adopted by a vote of 34 to 2-L Tail probably insures its retention in con ference. Senator Carter is one of the able champions of the- national system of irrigation as well as one of the ablest and most efficient men in the United States senate. The people of Montana will make a great mistake if they do not re-elect him. Morenci is one of the prettiest towns in Arizona. It has a population of between four and five thousand;, yet there is not a street in town, only a wagon road from which lead trails up to the houses, most of which have been built according to modern plans of architecture. Copper Era. From the Globe Silver Belt.) Chns. F. Lucas was over from the Eay mines last Sunday. He informed us that he secured the contract to do all the work on the company's mines, and will put on a force of GO men. The Eay company expects to start their mill within a few days. They have been wailing for two gasoline engines which were expected to arrive any day. Mr. Lucas is developing his own mines, the Hot Tami'o group, situated four miles northeast of Eay. They are promising claims. Tom Haley has a fine property in, the Monitor. Henry Perry, representing the Milwaukee Mining company, is working 10 or 12 men on development ' work. Their claims lio three miles northeast of the Eay, and are good prospects. Frank Gill returned from the Eay mines on Tuesday and will remain here with his family for some time. Messrs. Kavanaugb &. Gill recently completed their contract with the Eay company, having performed about 700 feet of development, and they turned the mine over to the company in fine shape. Frank thinks the Eay is the biggest mine in this section o'f Arizona, and he speaks highly of the gentlemen at the head of the company. Kava uaugh & Gill are interested in some 30 claims adjacent to the Eay. Postoffice money orders, instead of being payable only at the office named on the order, will in the future be cashed at any first or second class post- office. When an order is presented for payment all that will be necessary will be proper identification. The new plan is now in operation.' Pearl Hart, the noted bandit, who is confined in the penitentiary at Yuma, has broken out again this time into poetry. Mesa Free Press. A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured. "At one time I suffered from a severe sprain of the ankle," says Geo. E. Cary, editor of the Guide, Washington,. Ya. "After using several well recommended medicines without success, I tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and am pleased to say that relief came as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed." Sold by Brock way's Pharmacy, Wm. Dodenhoff of the Commercial hotel, had duck for dinner on Sunday. While dressing the fowl he fonnd two gold nuggets in its craw. The nuggets are about the size of peas, and are worth more than a dozen ducks. Enterprise. 12 Pictures in 12 Seconds. That's done with the magazine CYCLONE CAMERA you can't do it with any other. Price $6 to $10. Send for catalogue to-day and see how cheap we can deliver you, express paid, one fine camera.- We also sell the PEEMO, the highest grade camera made. PINNEY & ROBINSON. " Established 1887. Bicycles, Typewriters, Photo Stock and Sporting Goods, Phoenix, Arizona. The HarpoChord, a new musical instrument.. Simplest, most effective and easiest to play. A whole band in one instrument. Twice as loud as both Mandolin and Guitar. It has no equal. Any mouth harp player can play the Harp-o-Chord on sight, and anyone can .' easily learn ta 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 BARTLETT MUSIC CO., Los Angeles, Cat NEW STORE NEW GOODS S SHIELDS & PRICE' Have just opened up in the building formerly occupied by A. P. Barker S) 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 3) bed-rock prices, and we propose to give our customers the benefit. Call and be convinced. : , Catjle, Hay and Grairv bought and sold. l 1 : SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. Pii n n i in 1 1 1 in in inui 1 1 1 1 j nf i n i n i n s rn ! i n n n 1 1 n ! i n i mi iimih i ii i i i ! i i i nun ntrnnm j i (4 V 1k Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona. 'gold dust.? Eh m Q O Q O SOLD DUST; It 1 f-3 It is Superior to Denver Flour, It is Whiter, 1 1 has More Levelling Powers Makes a Largei Loaf, B akes Quicker The Best Flour for" Family Use. For Sale by all the Grocers. I" " . I?: This is the very best Smoking Tobacco made. Ofackwcll's Genuine Yoa will flod one ooapon Uulde each X ounoc bag and two coupons Inside each 4 ounce bag M Buy a bag, read the coupon and.ee how to get yoaraharecf J260.OO0 to preeeuta. V fl Lite WHEN YOU WANT .1 ana mm material, Oregon Mining Tihiher, Plank, Battery Blocks and Sills, seta framed and g-uides worked to detail. Railroad Ties, Bridpre Timber and Telegraph Poles, House building material of all kinds, best quality, lowest price, WRITE TO OR CALL ON THE L. W. BLINN LUMBER COMPANY, (INCORPORATED.) Main offico and yard. No. S18 East Second St., Los Angeles, California. TERRITORIAL BRANCH YARDS. CasaGrande, F. B. Muldonadoj A trout ; Florence, Simon Anulo & Co., Agent; Tempe, Geo. N. Gage, Agent; Lordsburg, S. Al lien Titus, Agent. CALIFORNIA BRANCH YARDS. . , Pasadonn, JIoneovia.Banninjr, Ontario. Korth Pomona JE Becuniont. Pioneer Lumber Company of Arrzona. Delivered quotations and estimates furnished on receipt of specification. , W- A. DRISCOLL Manager,. Los Angeles, Cal. 4 ' .