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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SAN CARLOS DAM FLORENCE. ARIZONA. JANUARY 5. 1001. SUNSET LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE. FLOKKNX'E KXCHANGK. Main. 11- Angulo, 0. E Florence Meat Market. XI Barker, A. F.,. .General Merchandise. 41 Brockway. Q. NL, Florence Pharmacy. $1 Brockway, G. M Residence, 51 Canal Company. Ottioe, 1 Clerk's office,. ...Court Hon. 71 Sheriff's office,. ..Court House. 81 Co. Treasurer.. ..Court House. M-Drals, L. K Florence HoteL JOl-Keating-, J. O.,.. Tunnel Saloon. Jll Mlchea Co.,... Florence Cash Store. 121 Powell, C. G Residence, 181-Reppy, C. D...... Residence. 181 Reppy, C. D,.,.,Imm'jl Offiee. Ill Shields A Prloe, . General Merchandise. Ml Stevens, D. C . . .Moutesuma Stables. 171-Thomas, 1 . D., . . Livery Stable. 91 Truman, W. C. Residence. 201-Hardy, C. If Comer Saloon. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. CASA OBANDK STATION. No. t, west-bound, daily at 8:SJ p. m. No. 10, eust-boiind, daily at 4:1 a. m. Prof. Ueory Lampker game down from Silver King Thursday. Cornelio Angulo went over to Tuc son Monday sod returned Wednesday. District Attorney J. E. O'Connor was yesterday moving into Mrs. Stone's iioune. Joseph Spluas and daughters, Miss Annis Keating' and Miss Maria Ortiz leave for Tucson to-day. The wedding which was to come off on New Year's day has been postponed on account of the weather. Miss Lillian Eeid, teacher of the Arlzola school, is spending' the week with her sister, Mrs. W, C. Truman. Miss Mary Sweeney, teacher of the Ficacho school, spent the holidays with relatives and friends in Florence. The Senate Will Insist on Its Building. Rev. Mr. Whittemore Says It Is a Certainty. Misses Elvira and Sarah Nicholas, of Tempe, have been in Florence this week visitinjf relatives, and will re turn home to-day. Mr. and Mr. E. B. Kellam, of Los Angeles, were welcome visitors in Florence last Sunday and Monday. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Truman. . Tont Haley and Kill Souffrin have sold their lead mines on Mineral Creek to some Colorado parties for a good round sum,, so it is reported by the Globe Times. "How to travel" ia the titie of a little book issued by an eastern rail road company. How to get the money to travel on is the serious question with most of us. Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. White spent the holidays with relatives in Tempe. Sirs. A. Ci. Williams, sister of Mrs. White, was suddenly called back to Los Angeles by news of her husband's serious Miners. John T. Whitlow, James F. Pby and W. D. Foreman are applicants for road overseer of this district. The appoint ment will probably ba made by the board of supervisors at nest Monday's meeting. Mr. Gny E. Mitchell writes from Washington for an extra copy of the Tbibcsi of December 22d. He says he wants it for Senator Hanna. No use talking, the boys must have the Tbibuhb. , Washington, D. C, Dec, 28, 1900. Fkiknd Beppt : Matters are taking shape favorable to securing an appro priation, but while the mills of the gods (as the anoieutssaid grind slow ly, tbey are sure to grind fine. Work with the sub-committee of the Senate is hard and would be pro voking if we would let it spring the temper, but we have to keep cool and patient. The pa st is bound to be built, no question about that, but we can't force progress. We had a conference with the committee on Wedcesday, and a clause has been formulated and pre sented to the body and will be em bodied in the Indian appropriation bill, and I think we shall get something that will be r starter toward the erec tion of the dam. How much it may be cut down we do not know, but it must go before the House and will be hast ened to the Senate and then discussion will oe the order of the day. There ia such a crowd of business and the time is so short that bills will be pushed as rapidly as possible. Mr. George H. Maxwell has rendered valuable service, and being an outsider and one of the beet lawyers on irriga tion on the Pacific joast, his word is received at rf nd carries great in fluence. Mr. Kewell's maps and charts and ex planations and the opinions of Mr. Maxwell and also of the secretary of the Board of Indian commissioners, Merrill E. Gates, before the sub-committee, carried great weight. By the way, two men on that com mittee have been dropped and two others substituted Senator Stewart of Nevada in lieu of Senator Quarlei, and Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota for Bawlius of Utah, both good men. If we can't get a whole loaf we must be content with half a loaf now. Meanwhile the poor starring Indians must be the victim of delay until th e dam is sturted and work is given them to earn their daily bread. They want to work and will be employed as soon as the dam is started. Sincerely yours, I. T. Wbxttemobk. The Gap Closed. San Fbancisco, Jan. I. The South' ern Pacific Railroad to-day closed the gap ou its coast line by completing eighty miles of truck laying between Santa Barbara and Surf. The work of closing the gap was begun eighteen months ago. It is the intention of the railroad officials to have trains run ning over the route from this eity to Los Angeles the latter part of Jan-nary. Rock Island Extension Chicago, Jan. 3. The directors of the Bock Island road have decided to extend their road to connect with the Southern Pacific at El Paso, forming another short line from Chicago to Los Ange'es, Construction work it is announced to-day has already begun and will be pushed with vigor. It is now stated that some scientist, figuring on the alleged similarity of the stomach of hogs and men and tbe splendid hog food alfalfa makes, has condensed alfalfa seed into a tablet for human consumption. This tab let is pronounced to have proved to be very fattening to the hog-stomached human being, who have tried it. Mao puts in more time squealing about his final exit from this world than any other animal, and tbe hog dies harder nd squeals louder than any other auimal. Without question the new alfalfa tablet will bring the great bog family and the human family even closer together than before. Pass your plate for more hog. Tombstone Prospector. The Phoenix Carnival Committee Is behind about $1,500. We are sorry for the committee, but it would seem that the . carnival was not an unmixed blessing for the county or territory, as we gaioed much unpleasant noto riety thereby. It will not assist us in Inducing homeseekers to come to tbe valley, but will have a contrary effect. Xo doubt this will be the last carni val for some time. Mesa Free Press.. An editor desiring a report of the amount of crops on hand in a certain neighborhood wrote to a farmer and received the following reply: "We have two wool inarms, the hog oolery, about fifty bushels of 'tatert, and d d fool who married cross-eyed girl because she had a mule and forty acres, and the same is me and no more. Goodby." Carl Harden has just installed a. (toe pumping plant at the Hayden place east of town. Carl is right up-to-date on the improvements, and in the entire southwest it would be bard to. find a more convenient and comfortable conn try home. Tempe News. Koifee sf AMHtmtsi. (Civil Code of California.; CILTKR KING MINING COMPANY, Loca tion of principal place of business, Sau Francisco, California. Location of Works, Pioneer Mining District, Pinal county, Ari zona Territory. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the 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. MO Pine street. Room 36, San Francisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 22nd day of Janu ary, 1901, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless pay ment is mode before, will be sold on Tuesday, the 19th day of February, 1901, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. J. W. PKW, Secretary, Office, No. 310 Pine street, Room M. San Francisco, California. MAKCUS A. SMITH, . ATTOBNEY AT LAW, Tucson, ... Arizona, Will attend to cases in Pinal, Gra ham and Gila counties. The Valley Bank, PHCXKIX. ARIZONA. Capital, Surplus, $100,000 25,000 Wu. Chhistt, President. M. H. Shkbman, Vice-President. M. W. Uessisqib, Cashier. Receive Deposits, Mak Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Office Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. OOBBXSPOHDJtHIS. American Exchange National Bank. It. T. Th Anglo-California Bank, San Francisco. California, Am. Exchange Nat'l Bank. Chicago, 111. First National Bank. Los Aoeeles. Busk of Arizona. Fresco tt, Arizona Miss Anna Shannon arrived Wednes day from Chicago, and is stopping with her friends Mr. and Mrs. J. E. O'Connor. She has been engaged to teach the Kenilwnrth sohool, which opens Monday. Tbe dance at the Improvement Club's hall on Tuesday night was largely at tended and greatly enjoyed, reflecting credit on the young men having the affair in charge. The Olivas orchestra furnished the music. Bichard Watson, an inmate of the county hospital, died last Saturday from paralysis. He was thrown from a hand-car some time ago, while gowg from the Bay mine to Kelvin, and wan brought here for treatments Every thing possible was done for him,, butt death was a foregone conclusion from the first. He was sent ont from Chica go to pat up some machinery,, and bad been at work but a few days when, the accident occurred. Deceased was 3& years old and leaves an invalid wile and three children in Chicago, in straigmenea circumstances. It is. a. sad case. C. W. Hardy who has been occupy' ing Mrs. Lannlgan's house, will move to-day into the residence just vacated by District Attorney O'Connor, and Mrs. Lanuigan will resume possession of her own property. Two well-known Florence girls were married ia Phoenix on the 10th of December Miss Adela Van Haran to Rafael Bernal and Miss Carlota Van Haran to Chito Lopez. Their many friends in this city wish them all the joy and prosperity imaginable. The 20th Century Club met Thurs day evening at the residence of W. J. Bley and had under discussion the Phil ' ippine question. Several excellent papers were read, and the meeting ended amicably with a debate of tbe pros und cons of the case. Mrs. W. C. Truman acted as leader. The successful county officials at the last election were inducted, into office this week, as follows: Supervisors Jesse F. Mayhew (hold over), J. G. Keating and Thomas & Wills ; Sheriff, W. C. Truman; Treasurer, A, F. Barker; Becorder, Thos. G. Peyton; Probate Judge, L. 5v Herr; District Attorney,. J. E. O'Connor; Surveyor, M.L. Moran. Mr. Barker is the only republican in the bunch.. Our legisla' tors wiU probably go down to history as the three busy 3's Blair, Beard and Barker. The Mohave Miner thinks that the Salt Biver valley should be irrigated from the Colorado river, rather than from a reservoir. The Colorado would be all right were it not for the fact that nature and the government are both against it and pronounee the scheme impracticable. Enterprise The Twentieth Century.. We now stand at the thresholdof the twentieth century, and the nineteeth is nothing of the past.. It will, how' ever,, always be known, as the- century of invention and discovery, and among some of the greatest of these we can truthfully mention, ftouetter's Stom aoh Bitters, the celebrated remedy for all ailments arising from a disordered stomach, such as dyspepsia, indigestion flatulency, constipation, nervousaess and biliousness. It has been one of the greatest blessings to mankind dor ing tbe past fifty years as a health builder. Many prominent physicians prescribe and recommend it. Take their advice, try a bottle and be cou vinced, but be sure to get the genuine with our Private Eevenue Stamp over the neck, of the bottle.. A Prominent CrWcaoe. Woman SpeaJuv Prof. Boxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice President Illinois Woman's Alliance, in speaking ol Chamberlain's Cought Bemedy, says i "1 suffered with a severe cold this winter- whioh threatened to run into pneuosooia- I tried different remedies, but I seemed! to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach. A friend advised me to try Chambes- ain's Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to. take fcod it relieved me at once. I an. now entirely- re covered,, saved a, doctor's bill, time and suffering,, and I will never be without this splendid medicine again." For sale-by Brockway's Pharmacy. The Mother's Favorite. Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy is tike mother's favorite. It is pleasant and safe for children to take and ataava cures.. & is. intended especially foe coughs,, eolds,. croup and whooping cough, and: is the best medicine made for these diseases.. There ia not tbe least dsmger in giving it to chUdk-ea for LtcoataiDsno opium or other in jurious drug and may be given as. coo fidently- to a babe aa to an adult. For sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. Hay aad grata for sale by the aW or ton.. Joseph Suras, it Bailey street.. Florence Hotel, L. K. DRAIS, - - Proprietor. Newly Furnished and Ro&kted. Will be run STBICTLY FIRST CLASS. Table supplied with the best the market affords. Elegantly Furnished Booms AND ALL UODERK APPOINTMENTS. Bar Constantly Supcfed With the Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patrol age oi CcnunuwoiaJ men and the wal public respectfully solicited. $25 Bicycles.; We have them. They are ppetty food wheels better than you can buy in Chicago for that price. Besides, we guarantee them,, and carry a full stock of parte 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. PINMEY& ROBINSON. Established 1 847. Bicycles Typewriters, Photo Stock and Sporting Goads, Phoenix, Ariaoua. ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Stagp and lifsrr Co. 4INCOSFORA.TK9-1892.) DAILY STAGE gllllli H NEW STORE NEW GOODS SHIELDS & PRICE H Have just opened up in the building H formerly occupied by A. F. Barker 3 ' () the largest and most complete stock Ef , of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, f Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and J Caps, carried in Florence in recent 3 years. It is a fresh stock, bought at Ejj , bed-rock prices, and we propose to give our customers the benefit. Call and be convinced. Cattle, Hay and Grain bought and sold. j SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. ! if imim n it ixini i nmrtu i n 1 1 1 u iu i i i in ; i 1 1 i 1 1 1 ri u 111: 1 ! 1 n 1 n 111 n i iti i hi i 1 trmimi 1 n A BETWEEN Florence ?nd Casa Grande Livery Feed & Sale Stables Florence a-net Casa Craane. Lem Wing Chung DEALER IK Draiis, Grocerie And Notions. Sell cheap for cash Corner 10th and Bailey streets,. Florence - Arizona, JUAN SOUS, Watchmaker and Jeweller. In the Keating Buildings ad joining the Drug Store .. Vocal and Instrumental Music Lessons Given Stray Notice To whom it mef ooncern : 1 have in my possession and am holding for pasture one rest and white yearling steer unbtanded ; marked in right ear with upper. cut and undercut j, left ear two. overbite and shoestring. If not called for by the owner oa or before the lStlfcof January 1901, 1 will self said steer according to law. GABRIEL E. ANGULO, Dated December IS, 1900. Notice to Creditors. Estate of I. C. Parker, deceased.. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administrator of she estate of L C. Parker, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with- tbe necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publica tion of. this notice, to t he said Administra tor at the office of J. E. O'Connor, Attorney fee 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 Estate' of I. C Parkey. deceased. Dated at Florence, October 10th, 1930.. Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona. CD OUST-7 n i i GOl Q O LD DU ,1 Q O TYri--. " Tot' It is Superior to Denver Flour, Tt is Whiter; It has More Levening' Power, Makes a Largei L oafr Bakes Quicker The Best Flour for Family Use. For Sate by all the Grocers. V Costing kwelfs i lllpHsvy i The highest claim for other tobaccos is "Just as good as Durham." Every old smoker knows there is sone just as good as You. will find one coupon inside eacn two ounce Dag, ana two cou pons msiae eacn four ounce Dag ol Ulackwcll's Durham. Buy a bag of this cele- K'iWt brated tobecco and read the coupon which eives a list I of valuable presents and how to get them. a - . 7tJ IT! L IJL1I UiER COME n it WHEN YOU WANT Herat Builfling Material, Oreajo Mining- Timber, Plank, Hattnry T?lock and' Sills, sets foamed and1 guides worked to detail. Railroad Ties, Bridpe Timber and Telegraph Poles, House building material of all kinds, best quaUty ..lowest prioe, WRITE TO OR CALL ON (INCORPORATED.) Main office and yard',No.3t8 East Second St., Los Aiigelo,CW&urma. TEERITORISL BRANCH YARDS. Casa Grande, F. B. Maldonadoi Agent'; Florence, Simon Angnib Cav,. Agent; Tempe, Geo. N. Gnice, Asrnnt; Lordslisirs; N. M Ben Titus, Agent. CALIFORNIA BRANCH YARDS. Pttsadena, Monrovia, Booning. Ontario, North Pbmona & Beaumont. Pioneer Lumber Company of Arizona. Delivered' quotations and estimates furnished on receipt of specification-. ' W A. DRISCOLL Manager. Los Angeles Cal.