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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. ACGUST 4. 1900. SUNSET LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE. FLORENCE EXCHANGE. Mnin. 11 Ang-ulo, G. Florence Meat Market. Sl-Barker A. F.,.. General Merchandise. 41 Brockway, G. M., Florence Pharmacy. 31 Hrorkway, G. MM Residence. 51 Canal Company, Office. 61 Clerk's office Court Houe. 71-Sheriff'a office,... Court House. 81 Co. Treasurer... .Court House. 91-Drals, L. K., Florence Hotel. 101 Seating, J. G.,.. Tunnel Saloon. Ill Miohea A Co.,... Florence Cash Store. 121 Powell, C. G. . .Residence. Ml Reppy, C. D...... Residence. 191 Rcppy, C. D .Tribune Office. 141 Shields Price,. General Merchandise. 181 Stevens, D.C.,... Montezuma Stables. 171-Thomas, J.D.. Livery Stable. 191 Truman, W. C.,. Residence. 201 Hardy, C. W... Corner Saloon. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. CASA GRANDE STATION. No. 9, west-bound, daily at 8:33 p. m. J'o. 10, east-bound, daily at 4:33 a, m. Frank Stilhuan came down from Whitlow's ranch this week. Assistant District Attorney, J. E. O'Connor went to Kelvin Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Simpson and Miss Kosita Elias returned to Tucson Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cosgray and their daughter, Mrs. J. II. Durham, were in town Monday. At last accounts, the Col ton party were at Peacb Springs, Mohave county, and having a good time. Hon. P. E.Brady returned to Tuc son Monday after several days' visit among old friends in Florence. Wm. Zent passed through Florence Thursday with his family, who are moving from Prescott to Kelvin. This vicinity was visited Thursday evening by the meet disagreeable sand-storm of the season, followed by rain. Alex. Sears and his sisters, Mrs. C. M. Foreman and Miss Bettie Sears, went to Tempo Tuesday to visit frieuds. Mrs. Fred E. White and Mrs. J. C. Tharp were among the outgoing passengers on last week's California excursion. Dr. Drake and Messrs. Wilson, Guppy and Wilcox come down from Kelvin Wednesday and went on to California. Mr. and Mrs. David Murphy left Thursday for Tucson, Mr. Murphy having given up his job as barkeeper in eating's saloon. J. C. Parkey ("Tex."), who has been Buffering with asthma receutly, was brought from bis ranch to the county hospital Wednesday. 1 W. H. Benson has sold his corral at Kelvin to J. D.Thomas. Will Benson, who had charge of it, returned to Florence Wednesday. No man has a more promising career than the country editor. All his de linquents keep promising to pay up, but they hardly ever do. Mrs. Sam Sweeney and Misses Magdelena Selaya and Lola Bobles went to Phoenix Monday. They were driven across the country by Alejan dro Arvizu. . Bobn In Pasadena, Cal., August I, 1000, to the wife of W. C. Truman, a daughter. Mother and child getting along nicely and Sheriff Truman slow ly recovering. Mrs. Charles Carpenter (nee Beatrice Brown) is visiting the family of Frank Carpenter at Kenilworth. Charley Carpenter is employed in the electric light works in Pboenix and is doing well. It is understood that the order given last week to abandon San Carlos and dispose of all property has been re voked by an order for a troop of the Fifth cavalry to go there and continue the garrison. , At a meeting held Wednesday even ing a militia company was organized and the following officers were elected : G. E. Angulo, captain; Henry Brady, first lieutenant; Manuel Rodriguez, second lieutenant. F. E. A. Kimball and Knott Guild, of Tucson, were welcome visitors at the Tribune office Thursday. They are taking a little spin around" the country, recuperating, and doing some business in the book and stationery line on the side. Ernest Carpeater. a lad of 18 or 19. had a narrow escape from death last Wednesday, while cleaningthe well of his father, Frank Carpenter, at Kenil worth; He had filled the bucket, which was being hoisted when the rope broke. The falling bucket struck the boy on the head, fracturing his skull. He was attended by Dr. Maddux, and at this writinsr his eon. dition is encouraging. The well is about ninety feet deep, and it was miracle that the young man was not jc.stantly killed. Robbers on the San Pedro. Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. , Her ring and Mrs. Mary Martia were held up on the road by two men while rid ing from Dudleyville to their ranch on Ash creek, and the horse which Mr. Herring was riding was taken from him. The horses on which the ladies were mounted were without shoes, and consequently the robbers said they didn't want them. They are described as tough-looking white men, and were then riding two of Mrs. Martin's horses. Afterwards three other men were seen with them, and all were well mounted and armed. It is believed to be the sane gang that murdered Leseuer and ot .era in Apache county and after n fds killed George Scarborough in C jbise. The Sheriff's office was notified by letter, which did not arrive till Wednesday, and Under Sheriff Powell and Chas. Foreman left the next niorn iug for Dudleyville, where they will be joined by a posse from Mammoth, und a strong effort made to rapture the fang. W. P. Dunham in Luck. A Denver dispatch to the Los Au geles Times, dated July 29, gives the following good news regarding a well known mining man who is largely interested in Pinal county mines: In the compromise of the litigation between the Wilson Creek Consolidated Gold Mining Company and the Inde pendence Town and Mining Company, W. P. Dunham of Los Angeles cleans up a fortune estimated at half a mil lion dollars. Dunham brought the com promise to a successful issue. He has the distinction of being the sixth per son who has broken a United States patent. The impression among the best-informed mining men is that Dunham receives the lion's share, for, when matters looked the worst, he obtained evidence whereby all indict ments for perjury were brought against the officers and people connected with the placer company. The money ex pended for the company amounts to fully 300,000, and it is generally understood that Dunham furnished the most of the money to fight the case. Deeds to the consolidation for filing in Teller county were prepared to day, and W. P. Dunham personally affixed revenue stamps aggregating $25,000, representing the cash value of the property at $2,500,000. The Close-Down at Kelvin. Colonel Epes Bandolpb, division superintendent of the Southern Pacific, with headquarters in Tucson, will hereafter also have charge of the com pany's line between Benson and No gales. Col. Randolph Is one of the most thorough railroad men in the United States, and no man stands higher in his profession. It was only on account of delicate health, which has been fully restored in our bracing climate, that he was induced to come west. Diei In Florence, July 28, 1000, Mrs. C. D. Henry, after a long illness. She was an old and highly respected resident of Florence and was well known for her charitable and kindly disposition. She leaves a husband and son who have the sympathy of the en tire community. The funeral took place Sunday from the Catholic Church and was largely attended. The Southern Pacific company has semi-officially announced that construc tion of the branch line to connect the Sonora railway with the coal mines at La Barranca, Sonora, will begin as soon as the rainy season baa ended. The branch will be built from Ortiz station and will be about 00 miles in length. George Rupert, of Kelvin, had his examination Wednesday before Justice W. H. Benson. He was charged with assaulting Jame6 Farrell,but the testi moi-y showed justification and Rupert was discharged. The ease was brought here from Kelvin under a change of venue. Our Mexican fellow-citizens are mak ing arrangements to celebrate the 16th of September, their independence day, in a grand and impressive manner. Committees have been appointed, and nothing will be left undone to make the celebration a success. A Minister's Good Work. "I bada severe attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diarahoea Bemedy, took two doses and was entirely cured," say Bev. A. A.. Power, of Emporia, Kan. "My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week, had two. or three bottles of medicine from, the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called in another doctor who treated him for some days add gave him no relief, so. discharged him. I went over to see' him the next morning. He said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy and he said, 'No.' I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose ; told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief, but he took no more and was entirely cured." For Bale by Brock' ' way's Pharmacy. Special to Florence TBIBUNK.l Kelvin, Ariz., August 2. The bi steam plant has been brought down from the Ray mines and is being put up in the mill here to work in connection with the gasoline; engines in generating power sufficient for the ponderous machinery. The steam plant is to run the concentrat ing tables, which require steady motion, not the jerks and spurts of the gasoline power. For all the other portion of the mill, however, the gaso line engines are well adapted, and are neat, clean and economical. Mr. Weber, the gasoline engine expert, is here and is quite confident of their ultimate success in connection with the steam plant. If this combination works all right the shut down may not be for more than two or three weeks. If, however, it is necessary to change it to an entire steam plant the delay may be from two to three months. The ore bodies are immense, and average, I am reliably informed, much richer than is generally supposed.. New and rich bodies are also being constantly developed. ' " Mr. Hill and many of the largest stockholders in the Ray Copper com pany are also connected with the Rio Tinto mines in Spain, and as will be seen from the following clipping from the Mining World they are accus tomed to do business on a large scale, and say they are prepared to do so here, even if they have to expend a million dollars or more before taking out a pound of copper. The following clipping explains itself : W. B. Carlyle, superintendent of the Rio Tinto mines in Spain, writes to an American friend : "This is a monster. There are 135,000,000 tons of ore in sight, of which we must extract 1,000, 000 tons this year. We have a very good railroad, 375 miles long, with thir ty locomotives on the main line and fifty at the mine, and this year we will handle 5,000,000 tons of ore. There are very extensive underground works. The other day, down on the 1,200 foot level, I was shown a solid body of ore G60 feet wide. There are 10,000 Span iards at work. We only pay here from 50 cents to 85 per day." It wjll be seen from the above that miners in Spain get but little more than ordinary laborers. Yet miners in this country who get from (3 to $3.50 per day do a vast amount of grumbling over their hard lot. The temporary stoppage of work will inconvenience many people, es pecially those with families, but such is to be expected in all new mining ca raps, and people who go there to better their condition have to take pot luck in all the varying conditions. The outlook at Kelvin is, however, highly encouraging, as the company is one of the most substantial in the world, and the ore bodies, a& far as can be ascertained, are as large and rich as those at Jerome,. Bisbee or Clifton, which are fair representative samples of Arizona's great mineral bodies, which are very similar to the great Rio Tinto mineral body in Spain just mentioned in this article. The country here for many miles is under laid with sulphides, just as the country around Pittsburgh, IV., is full of coal. It is a country for big companies, to take millions out of the sulphides, all of which requires big plants and lots of capital, yet is one of the best busi ness mining propositions in the world. Yours truly,' JOS. IilULHATTON. Rev. II. B. Mayo took Thursday's excursion for Los Angeles to join his family. Judge W. H. Benson left yesterday for Santa Monica, being called there by news of his daughter Dot's serious illness. Mrs. Katie Guerrero, daughter of Judge Warner, has received the ap pointment of teacher of the Fuller school. An Unfortunate and Shocking Tragedy. From the Nog-ales Oasis. Sunday there occurred near Buena Vista, on the Santa Cruz river, in So nora, just south of the international line, a sad and tragic accident by which a very estimable young gentle man, named Alfredo Ruiz Gutierrez, accidentally loss his life at the un willing hands of an intimate friend. Mr. Celestino Escalada, of the firm of Ruiz &. Escalada, in the mercantile business at Canada Ancba, and one of the same family as Escalada broth ers of Nogales. The two young men Gutierrez and Escalada were coming into Nogales riding horseback, and they met at the river a party of friends from Nogales out for a picnic. The two d rew their pistols to fire a salute for the other party and in doing so Escalada's weapon was prematurely discharged, the ball penetrating the brain of his companion, killing him in stantly. The jud ge at Nogales, So nora, was notified and that official went out to the scene of the tragedy and brought in the remains which were buried Monday, followed to the igrave by a large concourse of sympa thizing friends. Deceased was a native of Sautander, Spain, and but twenty- three years of age. 100 Reward, 100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in alt its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly opon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby des troying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by buUding up the constitution auti assist ing nature in doing its work. The proprietors have ao much faith- in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars lor any case that it fails V) cure. Send for list ot Testi monials. Address, P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 73c. Hall's Family Pilla are the best. Takes Up. Cans to the ranch o the undecsigned, at Kenilworth. a dart: bay mule, S yean old, broke, branded on left thigh IF (connected). Owner ean hare same by provide- property and paying charges. CHAS. BOTTOM. Florence, July 28. 1900. 128-3 Forest Ltea Selection No. 109, U.S. LAND OFFCE. I ' Tucson, A rijonn June 28, 1900. S TOTICI. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ' John Zellweger, whose post office ad dress is Tucson, Arizona, has made application- to select under the Act of June 4.1897, (SOStaU M) the following described tract: What will be when surveyed the KWVi of SE!4 section 4, township i south, range IS east, G. AS. R.B.AM. Within tin next thirty days from the date of the Hrsc publication of this notice pro te st or swntest against the selection oa the ground that the land described, or an) por" tlon thereof, is more valuable for its min erals than for agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for report to the Com missioner of the General Land Office. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. F frst publication J uly r1900. Antonio, Chinaman DEALER IX Hen Icrchaiise Corner 9th and Bailey streets,. Florence. ... Arizona. The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day, and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles. Keep your bowels regular by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets when necessary. and you will never have that vr punishment inflicted upon you. Price, 25 cents. For sale by Brock way 'a Pharmacy. ,, F. E. A. Kimball and Knott Undid are en rout-e to Sacaton via Oracle, Mammoth and Florence They drive a cart and are supplied with two sides oJ bacon, spuds, a can of peaches, 60me condensed milk and a sack of tooth picks. Messrs. K. and U. will bring back a lot of enrios in about ten days, themselves included in the list. Stir. IS? sJtlSET. ""rW 1Y bsl; 7 . $25 Bicycles. We have them. They are pretty food wheels better than you can buy in Chicago for that price. Besides, we guarantee them, and carry a full stock of parts for them here. Better wheels at (30- to $75; We make wheels here, and do all kinds of difficult repairing. No repair job is too difficult for us. PINNEY & ROBINSON. Established 1887. Bicycles, Typewriters, Pboto Stock and Sporting Goods, Puoeuix, Arizona. Southern Pacific Coast Excursions. Trams leave Casa Grande every Thursday evening at 8:?i. for Santa. Monica, San Pedro Long Beach, Ventura, Santa Barbara and Newport. Fare for the round trip, $-24.40, good to return within ninety days. Fare to Catalina Island,. 2.25 extra. A pleasant all-night ride over the desert. Round-trip Excursion tickets are now orr sale at Casa Grande for the following pointsc Upper Soda Springs and Shasta Retreat, $ 53.80; Shasta; Springs, 53.90; Sissoa and Ager, $57; Santa Cruz, Monterey and Pacific Grove, 48.40; San Francisco, $43.90," St. Helena, $46.65;. Calistoga-, $47; Sweet Brier and Castle Crag, $47. Ex cursion train leaves. Casa Grande every Thursday evening at 8:33 Stop over given, west of Colton. Good for 90 days;, not good to re turn under 30 days. J. MOORES, Aent at Casa. Grande, gpUINIIM S NEW STORE NEW GOODS g S3 llilVU J"srl wpuilCU uji 111 liiv; uuiimiip, H formerly occupied lp A. F. Barker f 5 () the largest and ihost complete stock of Groceries Hardware, Dry Goods, . Notions, Boots arid Shoes, Hats and 5 Caps, carried' in loi'eiitse in redent 3 vcars. It is a fresh stock, bought at () bed-rock prices, and we propose to our customers the' benefit.- Call and be convinced;' give ? Cattle, Hay arrtf Orairi bought and sdl'dV I SHIELDS & PRICE: Florence. Arizona, i ll!IIIIIl!ll!lll!!!lll!llli:!liniillllllll!l!:ill,'!!l!llj!!!ill!lIlli!lllllllililillll!llll!IiT. V: 1 1 1 Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona. 'GOLD DUST.' EH OQ i P O ii iGOLD DUS$ O 6 1'. 1 r cl p If 11 A It rs Superior to Denver Flour, It is Whiter, It has More Le vemng Power Makes a Largei Loaf, Bakes Quicker, The Best Fiduf for Family Use.- For Safe by all the Grocers. n . 1 A r-S8T with blc B. Blsokwell's Genuine Ball d Durham la In a duss by luelt You will And one mnmn In.lftA Mnh t.n nniu. haff. uwl tad MB. puns tattda toh fonr ouno bt of Blackweli'S Gonuino Durham Smoking Tobacco Bnybor this eel abated tobMooavd read theootrpon wuob etm a Ustor Yiin&u presents andnowtogscuiem. 1 i y f WHEN YOU WANT Her and Bitilii Malarial OfeKOti Mining Timber. Plank, Battery Blorks and Sills, sets' framed and' Ruidos worked to detail, Bailroad Ties, Bridge Timlier ami Teforaph Poles, House building; material of all kinds, best qualify ..lowest price, WRITE TO OE CALL ON THE L. W-BLINN LUMBER COMPANY, (INCORPORATED.) STaln offlbe and yard', No. 318 East Seoond St., Los AhfeeleC CitHFoHMa. TEERITOEI&.L BRANCH YARDS. CasaOrande, F. B. Malrionad'o, Agent; Florence, SSmoh An&illol Co., Agents Tempe, Geoi N. Gatre, Atrent'; LordsBurs;, K. M., Ben Titus, Agent: CALIFORNIA BRANCH YA'RDS. Fasadena, Mohrovia, Banning-, Ontario, Nbttii PomonV& Baumonf! Pioneer Lumber Company of Aritotia. Delivered quotations arid estimates furuislied on'rocaipt of specification. W- A. DR1SCOXL.' Manager, Los Angeles, Cal."