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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FLORENCE, ARIZONA . DECEM BE 11 2J,K0. sunset" lo n goistan"ce TELE PHON E FLORENCE EXCHANUB. fain. 11 Ansrnlo, G. E Florence Meat Market. 21 Barker, A. .General Merchandise. 41 Brockway. G. M.,FIorence Pharmacy. SI Brockway, G. M., Residence. 51 Canal Company, Ottice. 1 Clerk's office Court House, 71 Sheriff's office,... Court House, 81 Co. Treasurer... .Court House. 91 Drais, L. K.,..,,. .Florence HotcL 501 Keating, J. G., . .Tunnel Saloon, ill Michea A Co.,. ..Florence Cash Store, J21 Powell, C. G Residence. 131 Reppy, C. D Residence. lSlReppy, C. D.,. . ..TEint'SE Office, HI Shields Price,. General Merchandise. 181 Stevens, D. C.,. ..Montezuma Stables. 71-Thomas, J . D... . Livery Stable. 191 Truman, W. C.,. Residence, gfll Hardy, C. W . . .Corner Saloon. ""SOUT HE ftlj PAC I F ICT IK S T A B L eT CASA GRANDE STATION. No. 9, west-bound, daily at 8:33 p. m. No. 10, east-bound, daily at , 4:33 a. m. J. L. Morse, n fruit tree man, is here from Phoenix. Rosario Brena, of town Wednesday. Tucson, was in Charley Whitlow was in Phoenix this week, returning Thursday. Sheriff Truman went over to Gold field this week on mining business. Roy F. Hayden, ex-Rough Eider, was down from the Cottonwoods Thursday. District Attorney O'Connor went to Casa Grande yesterday and will retnrn to-day. Mrs. V. J. S-hulze of Casa Grande J spent spent several days in Florence this week. W. J. Bley left this week for his mines up the river to do the annual as sessment work. G. O, Eaton, wife and child were reg istered at tae Florence Hotel Thurs day from Kelvin. Bustles are again coming In. fashion. Old newspapers for sale at this office, 25 cents a hundred. Jack Fraser was in town several days this week on his way homo from the Phoenix carnival. Stanley Meacbatn, foreman on J. F. Barns' cattle ranch, at the Cotton woods, was in town Thursday. Notice of the 22d assessment ou the capital stock of the Silver King Mining company appears in this issue. On Thursday Phy's freight teams brought in a large bell for the Catholic church at the Sacatou Indian agency. Miss Emma Peyton, teacher of the Arivaipa sohool, is attending the ! teachers' institute in Tempe this week. A young lady is expected here to-day from San Jose, Cal., who will spend the winter with Miss Glidden at Mount View. Fernando Maldonado, president of the Maldonado Commercial company, is lying ill with fever in the City of Mexico, C. H. Jones, of Springfield, 111., passed through Florence Thursday on his way to Mineral Creek, where he is interested in mines. Bo. Whitesides, well known in this county, where he lived ,for several years, has beeD appointed under sheriff of Santa Cru? county. It is reported that Elwood Hadley, Indian agent at Sacaton, has been called to Washington on matters per taining to the building of the San Carlos dam. The principal attraction of the Phoe nix carnival was a female muscle dancer known as "Little Egypt," who was arrested for indecent . exposure and placed under $25 cash bond, which was forfeited. N. H. Mellor, who recently struck coal four miles east of Dudlyville, has sunk a shaft fifteen feet on the deposit, which is opening up splendidly. This is thought to be the most important strike of recent years. Quite an excitement was kicked up this week by the reported loss of money going through the mail, but the cash turned up all right, and there proved to be no foundation for the furore. People are sometimes a little previous in making accusations. Hinson Thomas will be under sheriff of Gila county after the first of the year, and will give up his position with the Old Dominion Commercial company, so it is said. Mr. Thomas understands the duties of the office thoroughly, having filled it satisfac torily in this county several years ago under Ex-sheriffs Fryer and Drais. The 20th Century Club met Thurs day evening at the parsonage and had Shakespeare's "Hamlet" under discus sion, with Mrs. C. D. Eeppy as leader. It proved to be au interesting occasion and was greatly enjoyed by all who at tended. The next meeting will be a ''Lowell" night, with Mrs. W. W. Wilson as leader and Mrs.. L, K. Drais as hostess. Next Monday evening will lie Christ mas Eve. The occasion will be ob served by both the Presbyterian and Catholic societies of our town, the for mer at the church aod the latter at the Court-house. The programme in each ease will be of a religious char acter appropriate to the birth of our Savior, and no doubt will ba equally interesting. At the Courthouse nn admission fee of 25 cents will be charged, with 25 cents additional for reserved seats, proceeds to be devoted to the church building fund. The en tertainment at the Presbyterian church will be iu charge of the Sunday-school; admission free. Charley Hardy, Walter Bailey, Petronelio Aveneute, Harvey Elliatt and Dan Bugh were out in the Super stitutions this week after mountain sheep and antelope. Learning that there was a penalty for killing sheep, they refrained from violating the law, and satisfied themselves with one coyote, one jack rabbit, one cottontail and one quail. Several dozen shots wer fired at antelope, however, but no meat was brought in. A. J. O'Connor, who for the past two terms has successfully taught the Kenilworth school, has received the appointment of principal of the No gales publie school, and will take charge of the same after the 1st of January. His brother, Will. O'Connor, was formerly principal of the Nogales schools, but was elected Probate Judge of the county at-the November elec tion, thus creating a vacancy. The following officers of Florence Lodge No. 9, I. O. G. T., were elected last Saturday eveniug : Chief templar, M. M. Hickey; past chief templar, C. D. Reppy; vice templar, Edith Benson; financial secretary, E. B. Deviue; recording secretary, Mrs. M, M. Hickey; treasurer, Dot Bauson; chap lain, A. G. McAllister; marshal, Fletcher M. Doan, Jr. Last Monday night the Common Council met and elected Charles Doug las City Marshal at a salary of $50 a month, and at a previous meeting selected W. W. Wilson for clerk at $15 a month. Both are excellent appoint ments. The incorporation will go in to effect on the first day of the com ing century, which will be a week from next Tuesday. On the Half Moon mine, tea miles east of Florence, considerable work is being done, and the property is show ing up well. Assays give 33 per cent copper, with a trace of gold. This and several adjoining claims are owned by U, S. Marshal W. M. Griffith, Mrs. Anna Lanuigan and Mrs. Catharine Stone. R. A. McNally, son of the well known member of the Chicago niap- publishing firm of Eand, McNally & Co., was in town Thursday. He is stopping at the elegant ranch house of Mr. J. F. Burns, at the Cottonwoods, where he is getting the full beneQt of our glorious winter climate. Died In Tucson, December 20, 1900, C. H. Niemeyer, aged 84 years. De ceased was father of the postmaster of Florence, C. H. Niemeyer, Jr., who left yesterday noon for Tucson to at tend the funeral. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved family. During the year 1900, Assessor M, M. Hickey has collected and turned into the county treasury $6,978.59Kfrom the following sources : Poll taxes, $1,949.50;, personal property taxes, $5,029.09. This is a very creditable showing, and proves Mr. Hickey to be a vigilant officer. The yonng men of our town will give a grand New Year's ball on the 31st inst. at the Improvement Uall. The committee havin? the affair in charge consists of E. B. Devine, Cornelio Angulo, Walter Bailey, Theo- Nicholas, Jr., and Carlos Arvizu. The announcement comes from the capital that Acting Governor Akers has appointed Judge It. E. Sloan, of Pres cott, to fill the vacancy on the code com mission caused by the death of Judge Wright. Judge Sloan has been on the territorial bench for several years. A. M. Harrison, who is engaged in mining in the Saddle Mountain district, near Dudleyville, spent several days in Florence this week. His partner, Geo. B. Chittenden, is now on his. way back from the east. A New Year's Guide, There is one book every one should make an effort to get, for the new year. It contains simple and valuable hints concerning health, many amusing, an ecdotes, and much general information. We refer to Hostetter's Almanac, pub lished by The Hostetter Co., Pittsburg, Pa. It will prove valuable to any household. Sixty employes are kept at work on this valuable book. The issue for 1901 will be over eight mill ions, printed in the English, German French, Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish Holland, Bohemian and Spanish lHmrmifPS. It contains proof of the o rs efficacy of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the great remedy prepared by the pub lishers, and is worthy of careful pre servation. The almanac may be ob tuined free of cost, at any druggist or trencral deuler in the country,. FLORENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Report of Grammar Department from September 15th to December 14th, 1900. HONORAWES. GliADE V. Lottie Colton . Caroline Angulo Jenny Weediu Average. 97 90 95 Emma Thomas 95 Clarissa Tillman ....... 92 Lupa Wolven , 92 Sarah tlarris . . , 91 Grade iv. : Average. Elisa Lorona , . 96 Pomposa Lorona 95 Maud Goodia . . : ; 94 Marta Palomino 93 Josefa Vadilla 93 Dolores Vadilla 92 Inez Murga 92 Tommy Bambrick 92 Maria Montano ., 90 The above record is based on scholar ship only, 100 being the highest stand ard. All scholars receiving 90 per cent are entitled to notice as Houora ries. Cards of Approbation are awarded for deportineijt and punctuality upon receiving 100 credits. Cards of Appro , bation have been awarded to Caroline Augulo, Lottie Colton, Emma Thomas, Lupa Wolven, Agnes McLellan, Maud Goodiu, Elisa Lorona, Dolores Vadilla, Clarissa Tillman, Sarah Harris, Tom my Bambrick. Parents and friends are cordially invited to visit the school. Suk H. Summers, Teacher. Some country newspapers make so much of the matter of receiving a new subscription that they mention the fact through their columns. Were the Tmbunk to fill up its space with such notices there would be room for little else. Sid. Page, who was tried in Tomb stone this week for killing Chris Rob inson, was convicted of murder in the second degree and seutenced to twenty years in the penitentiary. Mark Smith assisted in the prosecution. G. A. Whiteford, the well-known mining man, came in from Los An geles last Saturday and went on the following day to Mineral Creek, where be has valuable interests. He returned to Los Angeles Wednesday. Misses Annis Keating and Nellie Spinas will return to-day from Tucson, where they have been attending school, and will spend the holidays with their parents. Joseph Spinas, the prosperous ranch er and hardware merchant, was in Tucson last week and bought himself a new hay baJer. Religious Notice. Beginning with November, preach ing services at the Florence Presby terian Church on the first and third Sabboths of the month. Preaching services Sunday, It a. m. and 7:15 p. m. ; Sunday school every Sunday at 10: a. m. ; Christian Endeavor every Sunday at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p. m. AU are cordially invited to these services. U. B. MAYO, Pastor. If you would have an appetite like a bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets. They correct disorders of the stomach and regulate the liver aud bowels. Price, 25 cents. Samples tree, at Brockway's drug store. How to Cure Croup. Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia,. Duchess county,. N. Y., says: "Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used. It is a fine children's remedy for croup and never fails to cure." When given us soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has developed, it will prevent the attack. This should be borne iu mind and a bottle of the Cough Eemedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear. ( For sale by Brockway's Phar macy. . , Among tho tens of thousands who have used Chamberlain s Cough Remedy for colds and la grippe during the past few years, to our knowledge, not a single case has resulted in pneu monia. Thos. Whitfield & Co.,. 240 Wabash avenue, Chicago, one of the most prominent retail druggists in that city, in speaking of this says: "We recommend Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy for la grippe in many eases, as it not only gives prompt and com plete recovery, but also counteracts any tendency of la grippe to result in pneumonia. " For sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. . $25 Bicycles. We have them. They are pretty good 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 wheel's 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, Photo Stock and Sporting Goods, Phoenix, Arizona. Notice of Assessment. (Civil Code of California.) gILVEE KING MINING COMPANY, Loca tion of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of Worlts, Pioneer Mining District, Pinal county, Ari zona Territory. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of tho Board of Directors held On the 13th. day of December, 1900, an assessment. No. 22, of twenty-five (25) cents per share, was levied upon the Capital Stock of the Corporation, payable immediately in United States Gold Coin to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 310 Tine street, Boom 36, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 22ud day o Janu ary, 1900, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless pay ment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday the 19th day of February, 1301, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising uud expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. 3. W. PiiW. Secretary, Office, No. 10 Fine street, Eoom 38, San Francisco, California. MARCUS A. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tucson, - - Arizona. Will attend to eases in Pinal, Gra ham and Gila counties. The Valley Bank, PHCENIX, AEIZONA. Capital, - - - $ 100,000 Surplus, - - - 25,000 Wm. Cheisty, President. M. H. Sukumax, Vice-President. M. W. Messingbb, Cashier. Receive Deposits, Blake Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Oifice Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. - COKHBSPOSDESTS. American Exchange National Bank, N. Y. Th A nvln-C-ili trtrmii liailk. San f rttncisCO- California. . Am. Exchange !at'i uanK, mcago, 111. Kirt National bank, hoi Anodes. Bank of Arizona, Presf.ott. Arizona. Florence Hotel, L. K. DRAIS, - - Proprietor. Newly Furnished and Remitted. . Will be ruu STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. Table supplied with the best t he market affords. Elegantly Furnished Eooms AND ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS Bar Constantly Supplied With the Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patronage of Commercial men and the gen eral publie res poctf nlly solicited. ARIZONAlcsaubAllD Stage and Livery Go. Cistcorporated 1892.) DAILY STAGE BETWEEN Florence and Casa Grande Livery, Feed & Sale Stables Florence and Casa Cranae. Leni Wing Cluing DEALER IN Mooils, Groceries And Notions. Sell cheaT for cask. Corner 10th and Bailey streets, Florence - - Arizona, Stray Notice. To whom it may concern: I have in my possession and am holding tor pasture one red and white yearling steer unbranded ; marked in rife'ht ear with upper. cut and undercut ; left ear two overbite and shoestring. If not called for by the owner on or before the 15th of January, 1M, I will sell said steer accord in? to law. GABRIEL E. ANGULO, Dated December 15, 1800. jKoUcn to Creditors. Estate of I. C. Parkey. deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned. Administrator of the estate of I. C. Parkey, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said doceused, to exhibit them with tho necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publica tion of this notice, to the said Administra tor at the office of J. E. O'Connor, Attorney for said Administrator, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the County of Pinal, W. H. BEARD, Administrator of the Estato' of I. C. Parkey, deceased. Dated at Florence, October 10th, 1SI30. fpilifHUM S NEW STORE KEW GOODS ! 1 SHIELDS & PRICE j H Have just opened up in the building I ' formerly occupied by A. P. Barker j (D the largest and most complete stock I Si of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, EE Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and f i Caps, carried in Florence in recent l years. It is a fresh stockr bought at I 2 (D bed-rock prices, and we propose to g'lve our customers the benefit. I Call and be convinced. I Cattls, Hay and Grain bought and sold. i SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. 1 i in hi 1 1 tm in i ii 1 1 u i n i in i; j 1 1 n ? rn : i n 1 1 11 n 1 1 f i ? 1 1 n in i ? i rn i n 1 1 ni nn i ixi i il ri!,ii;m Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona. "GOLD . EH V Q V J N r -fv v. o I It is Superior to Denver Flour, Tt is Whiter, It has More Levelling Power. Makes a Largei Loaf, Bakes Quicker The Best Flour for Family Use. For Sale by all the Grocers. BUvCKWLL'S I Tan will find ee coupon Inside each two ovutce nitl two coupons inside each four onset bag of Black well's Dnrhemi Bay a bag of Ui celebrated tobacco end read tao cospon wMel gives a list of valuable pres ents and tkovr to get them. WHEN il II nnnun K ' w f-S Lnier at Bill Material, Oregon Mining Timber. Plank, Battery Tilws and Sills, prts framed and g-uitls worked to dmaii. Railroad Ties, Bridge Timber and Telegraph Poles, House building- mateWul of all kind, oest quality, lowest price, WRITE TO OR CALL ON 4 mm? t w DTTMnmnpn finwimiv 4 11m k (INCORPORATED.) Main office and yard, No. 313 East Second St., Loe Anpeics, CfeHfosiii a. TERRITORIAL BRANCH YARDS. CasaGrande, P. B. Maldonado, Agrent ; .Florence, Pimon Anpulo & Co, j Agent; Tempe, Geo. N. fifiR, Ant; LonUbiirtr, N. .M., Bcu Titus, Aiiout. CALIFORNIA BRANCH YAUDS. Pasadena, Monrovia, Banning, Ontario. North Pomona o TV.nu merit.' Pioneer Lumber Company oF Arizona. Delivered quotations and estimates furnished on receipt of speeitieation. V. A. DRISCOLL Manager. Los Angeles, CaL DUST-? WANT DEMI ,N0 OTHER. H SEE? n II glim ) off M' M I'M hF YOU WANT mmm mm mi.