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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
FLORENCE. ARIZONA. JAKUARY 12. 1S01.
11- Aiurulo, O. E.,... Florence Meat Market.
31 Barker, A. F.. General Merchandise.
41 Brockway, G. M., Florence Phurmaoy.
Jl Bricka-a', G, MM Residence.
51 Caaol Company, Oific e.
1 Clerk's office, ....Court Home.
71 Sheriff's office,... Court House.
81 Co. Treasurer.... Court House.
Vl-Drais, L. K Florence Hotel
Ml Keating. J. G.. Tunnel Saloon.
Ill Michea A Co... .. Florence Cask Store.
121 Powell, C. G Residence.
Ml Keupy. C. D Residence.
181 Keppy, C. D Tmw,nc Office.
1 11 Shields A Price, .General Merchandise.
161 Stevens, D.C Monteiuma Stubles.
171-Thamas, J. D.. livery Stable.
191 Truman, W. C,. Residence.
201-Hardy, C. W... Corner Saloon.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIKE TABLE.
CASA GKANDK STATION.
Ka. 8, west-bound, daily at 8:33 p. m.
No. 10, east-bound, daily at 4:33 a. m.
John T. Bates, of Dudleyville, was
iu town this week.
Walter Bailey left Tuesday for Phoe
nix, where be will in future reside.
La Urippe in a mild form has struck
the town, and there are numerous
Several heavy f-oets have visited the
valley recently, causing some little
for Oracle and
Powell left Thursday
Mammoth on official
Mr. and Mrs.Thos. N. Wills, of Mam
moth, were stopping at the Florence
Hotel this week.
glomus rain fell Tuesday night
which has done a world of good to the
farmers and ranchmen.
Sam Bostick, the venerable tonsorial
artist, came down from Kelvin this
week to see his children.
C. C. Hockett, the rustling hotel and
stage man from Kelvin, was a welcome
visitor lu Florence this week.
Mrs. Katharine Stone and her son
Ted left Sundi for Stockton, Cal.,
which place they will make their
There was an enjoyable country
dance at the Kenilworth school house
on Thursday night. Quite a nnmber
went jut from Florence.
Two of our most highly respected
young men bad a scrap on the street
Saturday night over some trivial affair.
Fighting is bad business, boys.
The only possible objection offered
in this community to the construction
of the San Carlos reservoir is that it
might throw somebody out of a job.
Bobs In Florence, January 8, 1901,
to the wife of J. N. Olivas, a son. The
young man will doubtless prove quite
an addition to the famous Olivas
SAN CARLOS DAM
$100,000 Recommended for
Special to Florence Tribune.
Washington, Jan. 9. The sub
committee of the Senate committee
on Indian affairs to-day decided to
recommend to the full committee
that $ 100,000 be provided in the
Indian appropriation bill for a com
plete investigation of the need of
the San Carlos reservoir, the ex
tent of the lands that might be re
claimed and the probable cost of
the proposed reservoir, also for pre
liminary work on the same.
It is believed that the committee
will accept the. recommendations.
If the money is appropriated the
work will be done during the com
Died At the Soldiers' Uorne, Santa
Monica, Cal., on December 31st, 1900,
O. H. Carpenter, aged 71 years. The
immediate cause of his death was
paralysis. Deceased was an old and
highly respected citizen of this county,
where be leaves two sons, residing at
Kenilworth. Under the Harrison ad
ministration Mr. Carpenter was post
master of Florence for four years. He
was agallant soldier during the war
for the Union. May his soul rest in
Died In Florence, January 8, 1901,
Henero Barragan, aged 9 years, from
lockjaw. About a year ago the boy
was bitten by a rattlesnake and never
fully recovered from the effects of the
poison. A short time ago he received
a slight wound on the face, which it is
supposed brought on the convulsions
which caused his death. The father,
Manuel Barrsgan, and his family have
the sympathy of the community.
Fernando B. Maldonado at.' family
of Casa Grande are spending the week
with relatives i n Florence. Mr. Maldo
nado, as president of the Maldonado
Commercial Co., also largely interested
in the firm of Simon Angulo & Co., is
one of the most progressive merchants
of Pinal county, and he and bis estima
ble wife are always weleoina visitors
to our town.
OLD WALKING CHARLEY.
A Prospector Who Has Traveled for
From the Phoenix Gaeitte-1
"Walking Charley," one of the best
known prospectors on the PaciSc
coast, arrived In Phoenix yesterday,
bis first visit for some years. He has
traveled over every state and territory
in the United States and has driven a
burro from British Columbia to the
Gulf of Mexico, and has prospected in
every country where mineral is found,
and to-day, after thirty-five years of
incessant travel, during which time he
has located some of the world's great
est mines, his worldly possessions con
sist of a burro. The old prospector is
rugged and hearty, but sixty years is
more than the average life of man, and
this sturdy old metal hunter is uear
ing the divide in the span of life. R.
J. Orion is his proper name and be is a
New York man by birth, but away
back in the fifties he came west and he
has toiied on the western side of the
big river ever sines. Ue was one of
the discoverers of the famous Ukiah
mite iu Utah; he was with George
Warren when the great Copper Quetn
of Bisbee was located. He has located
hundreds of rich paying mines, yejj
to-day he is penniless. He has sold
all of his rich prospects for a trifle and
then moved on looking for others. In
speaking with a Gazette reporter
yesterday Charley said be loved the
excitement of his calling. He likes to
sleep where he cau look at the stars
and think that God is as kind to. him
in his blankets and his abundant
health as he is to the rich man in his.
mansion witbont health. The old
man has no grievance; he is a philoso
pher in his way and believes that we
all get what we earn. Walking Char
ley will leave to-day for the Silver
King, which place he makes his home
when not on the move.
A special to the Republican from,
Washington Kays: The senate having
passed the bill which affords. protection
to the settlers on the Algodones tract,,
near Yuma, Governor Murphy will to
morrow endeavor to have the interior
department take the final step neces
sary to the opening of the valuable
land in the tract. He received to-night
a telegram from Yuma signed, by E,
Sangninetti, J. W. Dorringtnn and
Others thanking him for the work he
bad done in behalf of the measure and
acknowledging that the town w
celebrating its passage.
Notice of Assessment.
(Civil Code of California.)
CILTER KING MINING COMPANY, Loca.
tlon of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California. Location of Works,
Pioneer Mining District, Pinal county, Ari.
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. 310 Pine street, Roam 30, San
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 22nd. day of Junu-i
ary, 1901, will be delinquent, and advertised
for sale at public auction; and unless pay
ment is made before, will be sold o.n Tuesday
the 19th day of February, 1991, to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with the
costs of advertising aud expenses of gale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
J. W. PEW,
Office,. No. 310 Pine street. Boom 36, San
MAKCUS A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' Tucson., m Arizona
Will attend to cases in Pinal,
. ham and Gila counties.
The Valley Bank,
Wm. Chbistt, President.
M. H. Shkkmas , Vioe-Preaidenlt.
M. W. MaeBiMozR, Cashier..
Buy and Sell Exchange.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.. Office
Hours, 9 a. ax. to 3 p. m.
American Exchange National Bank.NrvY.
The Aiiflo-Calif or nia Bank, ban Francisco.
Am. Exchange Nat'l Bank, Chicago, TJL
Firrt National Bank, Los Angeles.
Bank of Arizona. Presoott, Arizona
Prof. Henry Lampker, of Sjlvjsr King,,
was in town this week, having busi
ness with the board of supervisors.
Ue reports a rich strike of copper ore
on the Black Diamond mine, lying
immediately east of the King. Mr.
Lampker has the property nnder bond,
and 3. P. Wallace, an. expert from
Oregon, is expected here daily to ex
A, report reached Tucson to-day that
the undersheriff of Yuma county was
killed last night by a hobo whom he
was attempting to arrest. No parti
culara of the aSSaie could, be secured.
Sheriff Truman left yesterday for
Mohawk, Yuma county, where he will
join Wm, P. Dunham, the well-known
mining man, and together they will go
to Kofa, to examine some property.
Charles Douglas, the town marshal,
has established a pound, and is taking
np all the stray stock found running
in the streets. He has quite a collec
tion already of horses, cows and burros.
Miss Edith Benson was suffering
this week with a slight attack of
scarlet fever, but is now on the
rapid road to recovery. The residence
of her parents has been quarantined,
and there are no other cases in town.
Dr. Brock way was called to Whit
low's ranch Wddnesday on account of
the illness of the infant of Mr. and
Mrs. Will. Whitlow. The child had a
severe attack of croup, bnt when the
Doctor left, was getting along nicely,
H. G. Heisler, of the C. S. Geologi
cal Survey, was in Floreuce last Satur
day after some machinery to be nsed
in boring for bed-rock in the Ton to
Basin. Mr. Heisler was recently la
Washington, where he said the great
est interest was takes in the San
Carlos dam, work on which he predicts
will commence the coming summer.
Last Tuesday evening, Matthew B.
DeVane, undersheriff of Yuma county,
while attempting to arrest a hobo,
was shot, dying an hour later. The
ball, which was from a 41 calibre
revolver, entered the stomach Slightly
to the right of the center, and pierced
the liver and the lower portion of the
Born In Tucson, January 7, 1901,
to the wile of Uabriel J. Angulo, a
daughter, weight 10J pounds. Mr,
Angulo returned Wednesday from
Tucson, and reports mother and child
getting along nicely. He has the airs
of a family man that are very be
coming. Our old friend R. 8. Hatch, ex
sherifT of Cochise eonnty, was made
happy on New Years day by the ar
rival at his home in Yuma of a little
daughter. That tbe girl may grow to.
womanhood as honest and true as her
dad and as charming as her mother is
the wish of the Tbibunb.
Ooe of the most successful meetings
of the 20th Century Club was that
neia lunrsday evening at the resi
dence of W. C. Truman. The subject
was Sir Walter Scott and his works.
with Mrs. R. W. Kersey as leader. A.
number of interesting papers were
read and several books reviewed.
The new board of supervisors has
been in session the entire week, en
gaged in rontine business. Captain
John G. Keating, of Florence, was
elected chairman without opposition;
a selection which gives general satis
faction. He and the other new mem
ber, Thos. N. Will?, of Mammoth,
take hold of county affairs like old
hands, and with the addition of the
hold-over member,' Jesse F. Mayhew,
of Casa Grande, comprise a business
like board in which tbe Interests of the
county may safely be trusted. The
Tbibunb predicts fpjr. them success
The triends. of Judge Doan are cir
culating petitions in Graham county
for his reappointment as judge. As
his term does not expire till next July,
it seems as though the petition was
little premature. Judge Doan has
given good satisfaction in his district
aud the chances are he will be ap
pointed without opposition. Gazette.
The Twentieth Century.
We now stand at the threshold of the
twentieth century, and the nineteetb.
is 'v thing 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 cau
truthfully mention Hosteller's Stom
ach Bitters, the celebrated remedy for
all ailments arising from a disordered.
stomach, such as dyspepsia, indigestion
flatulency, constipation, nervousness
and biliousness. It has been, one of.
the greatest blessings to mankind dur
ing the past fifty years as a health
builder. Many prominent physicians
prescribe and recommend it. Take
their advice, try a bottle and be con
vinceJ, but be sure to get the genuine.
with our Private Revenue. Stamp over
the. neck of the bottle,.
A Prominent CJiloago Woman Speaks,
Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vice-
President Illinois Woman's Alliance,,
in speaking of Chamberlain's Cought
Remedy, says I suffered with a severe-
cold this winter which threatened to
run into pneumonia. I tried different
remedies out 1 seemed to grow worssv
and, the medicine upset my stomach.
A friend advised me to try Chamber
lain's. Cough Remedy and I found it
was. pleasant to take and it relieved;
me at once. I am. now entirely re
covered, saved a doctor's bill, time and
suffering, and I will never be without
this splendid medicine again."- Ear
sale, by Brock way's Pharmacy.
The Mother's Favorite.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is. the
mother's favorite. It is pleasant and
safe for children to take and always,
cures. It is intended especially for.
coughs, colds,, croup and whooping
cough, and is the best medicine-made
for these diseases. There- is. not the
least danger in giving it to children
for it contains no opium or other in
jurious drug and may be ei vert as con
fidently to a babe as to an adult. For
sale by Brock way's Pharmacy.
Hay and grain for sale by the bale
or ton. Joseph Spihab,
it Bailey street..
Lt K. DRAIS, - Proprietor.
Newly Furnished and Befitted.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
Tabl supplied with the best
the market affords.
Elegantly F urn slued Rooms
AND AIL MODERN APPOINTMENTS,
Baj Constantly Supplied With
the Chpicest Wines, Liquors
Patronage of Commercial men and the gon
ejal public respectfully solicited.
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I SHIELDS & PRICE
s Have just opened up in the building 3
jjS formerly occupied by A. F. Barker
3 () the largest and most complete stock E
H of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, 11
1 Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
1 Caps, carried in Florence in recent
years. It is a fresh ntock, bought at
bed-rock prices, and we propose to f;
give our. customers the benefit. 3
Call and be convinced.
jjj Cattle, Hay and Grain bought and sold. g
SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. J
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Eagle Milling Company
Florence and Casa Grande
We have them. They are pretty
k'ood wheels better than you can buy
in Chicago for that price. Besides, we
guarantee them, and carry a fall stock
of parts for them here. UeUer 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 1 8817.
Bicycles, Typewriters, Photo Stock
and Sporting Goods, Phoenix, Arizona
Livery, Feed &
Floreoc an Casa Cranae.
Lem Wing Chung
Sell cheap for cash.
Corner 10th and Bailey streets,
Florence ... Arizona,
In, the Keating Building,, ad
joining, the Drug Store..
Vocal and Jnsirumental Music Lessons
To whom it may concern
I have. in my possession and am holding for
pasture one red and white yearling steer
mibranded; marked in r Ik lit ear with upper-
cut and undercut left ear two overbits and
shoestring. If not called tor by the owner on
or before the 15th of JanuAry, 1901, 1 will sell
said steer according to, law.
GABKIKt E, ANGULO.
Dated December 15. 1900..
Notice to fJrettltors.
. Estate of I, C. Parkey, deceased. .
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
Administrator of the estate of L C Parkey,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers.
within four months after the first publlca
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 Estate of L C. Parkey
Rated at Florence, October 10th. 1930. .
It is Superior to Denver Fiour,
It is Whiter,
It has More Levening Power
Slakes a Large 1 Loaf,
The Best Flour for
For Sale by all the Grocers.
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Inside each two ouice bag
and two coupons lnsi ie each
four ounce bagofBlaCiZwell'i
Durham. Buy a bag if this
celebrated tobacco anC read
the coupon which gives
list of valuable presents and
how to get them.
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framed and guides worked to detail, Raiiruad Ties, Bridge Timber
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TERRITOKIiL BRANCH YARDS.
CasaOrande, P. B. Maldonado, Agent ; Florence, Siumn AnKiiloA Co.,
Atrent; Tempe, Geo. N. Gaee, Ageiit;?Lordsbuf g, N. il.,.
Ben Titus, Agent.
CALIFORNIA BRANCH YARDS.
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Pioneer Lumber Company of Arizona..
Delivered quotations and estimates, furnished on receipt of
W. A. DRISCOLL, Manager, Los Angeles, Cal.