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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE PCBLISHED KVBEY SATURDAY. FLORENCE, ARIZONA. AUGUST 24, 1901. SUNSET LONO-DISTANCE TELKPHONK. fXOR&NCE CXCBAHOK. Waia. U-Barker, A. F.,.. General Merchandise. 41-Brockway, G. H., Florence Pharmacy. M-Brockway, O. M Residence. II Canal Company, Office, 1-Clerk's offioe,.... Court Houx. 11 Sheriffs office,... Court House. Si-Drals, L. K Florenot Hotel. 1H Judge's office... .Court House. Ml-Doan, F. M Residence. 101-Keating, J. G.,..Tunnel Saloon. Ill Micbea &Co.,...FlorenceCaahStor. Ill-Powell, C. G... . . Raaldenoe. 111-Reppy, C. D...... Residence. 181 Reppy, C D. . ..Thibuki Office. Ill-Shields A Price,. General Merchandise. ll Stevens, D.C Monteiuma Stahtei. M-Trumau, W.C., Residence. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIMS TABLE CASA 6RASDS STATION. No. 9, west-bound, daily at No. 10, east-bsund, daily at ,8:13 p. m. .4:33 a. m. The Florence schools the 23d ot September. will open on Mark Smilh is to Tucson, having: just returned from California. Mr. and Mrs. J, B, Durham were in town this week: from their ranch. Mrs. C. D. K,eppy left Monday for St. Louis, where she will visit Mrs. H. V. Day. Rev. B. ti. Mayo came over from Phoenix yesterday and returned the same day. Wm. D, Foreman and family re turned Tuesday from the Catalina mountains. Judge George Scott and Benry Sboshusen and family are in town from Dudleyville. Mr, Peter Coseray was In town last Saturday from Hunton, and made a welcome call at the Tribune office. William Wright and family are camping out in the Aravalpa canyon, enjoying the cool weather and luscious fruit. h. letter received from J. D. Thomas 1 ostites htm and his family at Roanoke, va., at the foot of the Blue Ridge, where tbey are having all sorts. of fine times visiting relatives.'. V II. Mellor eame down Tuesday from the Saddle mountain district. He reports the Chittenden concentrating mill running steadily and doing good work. The district is coming to the front rapidly... Mrs. J. S. Sulffeo nod children left yesterday for Globe, where they will join Mr. Sniffen. lira. Snlfteu'a mother, Mrs. A. E. MoCulchen, acaompin ies Vvem. They go by private conveyance, with Dick Gibbs as driver. 4 large consignment of timbers and other material has arrived at Maricopa for the repair of the Maricopa and Phoenix railroad bridge over the Gila, which will be open for Iraffio next week. At present a transfer ia made. Mrs. M. E. Woods, of Casa Uraade,. and Mrs. Mary Martin, of Dudleyville, were in town Monday. Both ladies had a grievance, inasmuch as they con sidered their assessment toakigh, But the Board of Supervisors thought otherwise, the ungallant men. The Citizen announces that the old Orndorf Hotel in Tucson, now owned by Martin Costello, the Tombstone millionaire, has been leased to George Sutherland and Captain Keltoo, two of the most whole-souled and genial men in the territory. It will bt. a wonder if Cap, and George don't do the business,of the town. Capt. John G. Keating and his daugh ter, Miss Annis, wilt go. to Tempe next week where tha latter will be placed in the Normal School. Miss Mary Will, who will also attend the A ormal accompanies them. Another Normal student is Miss Dora Goodln, whose mother will take her to. Tempe next week. Tbey are three bright girls, and. wiU prove a credit to Flor ence. A dispatch from Salem, 111., pub lished in the Citizen, announces that Wm. H. Beard, ot Florence, Ariz., and Miss Ella Uite, of New Baden, 111 were married a few days ago. The Tuinasx will wait for confirmation of the news before offering congratula tions. The public has been victimized so frequently regarding William's marital matters that It hesitates to believe a good thing when it hears it. ffl T 1 Tl iub xsyior nrannaman party re turned Monday after two weeks out ing in the Catalinas and Aravaipa can yon. All claim to have had a splendid time. From the latter place they brought back with tbem some of the largest and most luscious peaches we have ever seen, and we were allowed to sample them through the generosity of Mr. Branuaman. The peaches eama from lirandeiihiirg's orchard. RIVERSIDE. Harry Shaw's Station Robbed Masked Men. by Two Last Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock two masked men appeared at the door of the saloon of Harry Shaw's station at Riverside, about thirty miles east of Florence, and after ordering the occu pants to hold up their bauds, robbed them of $200. The victim were Harry Sbaw and Sam Finley, the latter the well-known line-rider, officer and detective, at present in the employ of the Pinkerton agency. From Shaw they took $100 and from Finley about $40. The latter, in company with Ed. Tewksbury and Gilbert Ailswortb, whose other name is supposed to be Barfoot, had been in the neighborhood of Florence, Kelvin and Troy for tha past two weeks on the lookout for Oklahoma train robbers who were sup posed to be headed this way. Finley's Winchester and six-shooter were at the time of the robbery on the outside of the house with his saddle. Shaw's gnns were taken by the robbers, and he was Informed that he would find them a few hundred yards up the road which he did. The robbers ar described as the traditional long and short men. Both had their faces hidden by handker chiefs, with holes for the eyes, and hence their features could not be dis tinguished. The short man was the spokesman and talked good English. It was he who secured the money while the tall man held his guns on the victims. After the hold-up the robbers crossed the river and were seen going towards Globe. Both were heavily armed. Finley took the trail with blood in his eye and swore he would follow them to the end of the earth. Under Sheriff George E. Truman left for. the seen immediately upon the receipt of the news in Florence, sad upon his return we will probably know more about it. Certainly, at this distance, the affair-has a very mysteri ous appearance. John McCarty'i Body Found,, On Tuesday last a dispatch came from J. K. Day at Firgstaff, addressed to Mrs. John McCarty, care of D. C. Stevens, briefly announcing the fact that he had found the body of her huseand, who had been killed by bear and bad been missing since the 6th ot June. Mr. Stevens immediately dispatched, a mss&gnger to Mrs. Mc Carty, who lives with her grandparents about thirty-five miles east of Florence. Another dispatch was received by Ms. Stevens the following day stating that Mr. Day had left Flagstaff with the Coroner. They would bring the body to Flagstaff and from there ship it to Phoenix. The distance from Flagstaff to the place where McCarty met his, death Is thought to be ninety or a hundred miles, and it would take fully four days to make the tsip. While the death, was terrible, the suspense was also terrible, and it must be a iclief to the bereaved young widow to know the truth. She has the sym pathy of everyone. PCKUBB, PARTIOeLARS. Flaostaff, Ariz., Aug. 21. A party consisting of 3. K. Day, Henry Simms and J. S. Gowett searching in the vi cinity of Miller canyon In this county found the body of John McCarty, 09 Monday afternoon, horribly mutilated by hear. Both legs were broken, the hips dislocated, and the head al most severed from the body. McCarty 's shot? un was found near by w.itb a barrel burst. McCarty evi dently shot at the bear, and the gun burst, injuring him so be could make no resistance to the animal's attack, The coroner kit for the scene this, af ternoon and will bring the body bene, Mr. El wood H.adleyLIndian agent at Sacaton, was in town Monday as a wit ness against a Mexican charged with selling liquor to his wards and arrested by two of bis police. The testimony against the accused was not conclusive and he was discharged. Deputy U". S. Marshal Smullen ot Tucson was, also here on the case. Hundred Year Clubs Are becoming nnmoro.us. Tha idea promotes longevity. It is interesting to. note that the means through which long life ia to be obtained Is food and the stomach. Long life and good health are not possibla unless the stomach does its. work properly. There is a way to make it, if it. does not. Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters is an ideal strength restorer. If yon would be cured of dyspepsia, indigestion,, belch ing, constipation, insomnia, nervous ness,, try the Bitters. Everybody should try it to help nature rid the blood of all impurities. It possesses valua' ble curative properties, and as a speci fic for malaria, fever and ague, it is un equalled. Don't fail to give it a trial, but be sure vou gel the genuine,. HOLTMJP AT Simon Aogulo returned last Satur day from Buffalo, stopping several days in Chicago, where he made large purchases for his Florence store as well as for the Maldonado Commercial company in Casa Grande. In Chicago he met Col. J. Roe Young, formerly Indian agent at Sacaton, and his sons llerndon and Levering. The Colonel did not appear to be dead, as has been extensively reported, but on the con trary was a very live jobber in cigars and whisky.". His offioe number is 33 River street. He has a prosperous ap pearance, as have also both of bis sons. Col. Young is the father of the proposi tion to have the waters of the Gila im pounded for the benefit of the Pima Indians, and the Tribune hopes to see him live to see his pet scheme accomplished. Charley and Jack Hopkins left Thursday for Bakersfield, Cal., to join their mother. News was received in Tempe Sun day announcing the death of Harry Z. Zuck at Holbrook, Ariz. Mr. Zuck was well known and highly esteemed by everybody in Tempe. He was a young attorney, and possessed great talent. For some time past he has been suffering from pulmonary trouble, and lately left Teniae for Bolbrook, where his parents and relatives reside, thinking that the change of climate and surroundings might benefit him. His sad death, will be greatly regret ted by everybody in Tempe and the bereaved family has the sympathy of, the entire community. Republican. One day this week a cowboy from one of the northern ranges was in Phoenix seeing the sights and went to one of our restaurants for his dinner Coffee was one of the items on his bill of fare, and when it was brought to him by the fair waitress, together with the usual small, individual pitcher oi cream, the denizen of the range looked up and said: ''Is this all the milk you give?" With a look of mingled pity and contempt tor the knight of the spurs, the fair hash slinger with pompodoured hair, remarked, "It is, but if I was half as fresh aa you are, .1 would give a gallon." Southwestern Stockman. A party of explorers has gone, through the greater part of the "Black Canyon" ot the Gunnison,, in search of a place whence the water could be led along a high level ditch, to avoid the. proposed three and, a half mile tunnel which the Uncompahgre valley people will construct. They found none. They had an adventurous trip of twenty-one days through fourteen miles of canyon. In many places the walls were no more than thirty feet apart and in others the river disappeared under boulder debris from the. cliffs above. They fin ally escaped. Jnana Walker, heiress to w.hat is left of Walker's celebrated Vekol mine, is be married in the near future, as we are informed. Juana is half Pima, but that matters not when she has million behind her. Most any white- man would be willing to chew her biscuits the rest of his life. Globe Times. Juana has been in Prescott for some months and has been employed in hotels and private families all the hile. She is an industrious young woman. -Prescott Journal-Miner, Chas. H. Cutting, superintendent of the Troy mines, registered at the Orn dorff with Mrs. Cutting and her friend Mrs. C. T. Huchings. 'Mr.. Cutting has gone east on a short business trip. The ladies will remain in this city until his return. Tucson Citizen. The Santa Fe expects to have trains running to the Grand Canyon by Octo ber 1. While there is only ten miles of of road to build, there is considerable heavy work and the construction of a number, of bridges. Coconino Sun.: Postoffice Inspector John I. Driscoll left this morning for Holbrook, Ari zona. Mr, Driscoll has been assigned to Arizona permanently and will make his headquarters in Prescott. Jour nal-Miner.' -7 James Brandenburg and a daughter of Tom McKinney were married last Saturday at Dod son's place, balow Mammoth, by Justice August Kegel. The affair wound up with a dance. S100 Reward $100. The readers of. this paper will be pleased to ieacn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to enra in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure i s the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work. The proprie tors have so much faith in its curative powers, that tbey offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., To ledo, Ohio. , Sold by Druggists, 75a. Ball's Family Pills are the- best., Coi. J, C. Price this morning resumed drilling on the claim of the Stand ard Oil Company of Arizona. Work was suspended about ten days ago to get a certain piece of machinery neces sary to keep the hole straight. The hole is now down about one hundred feet and easier drilling has been en countered. Owiuir to the formation of the rock, it baa been very difficult to keep the drill running straight, and the hole upon which work is now in progress is the third attempt. The other two were abandoned at a depth of a hundred feet for the cause stated. Col. Price believes that he has found a remedy and that the work will now go ahead smoothly. The men who are financing these operations are by no means discouraged and there is no dis position to stop work ; they intend to sink until the question as to the pres ence of oil in that locality Is settled beyond question. Tempe News, 19th. The Gazette compliments the busi ness men of Florence for supporting two first-class weekly newspapers. Which is deserved, of eoiyse. But what about the publishers, wnoare go ing down into their pockets from week to week to meet deficiencies couldn't you jolly them up a bit? Florence Tkibcnr. With reference to the above the Clif ton Copper Era very sensibly remarks: Newspaper men who persist In act ing so silly do not need jollying. They either have money to throw at the birds or else they are a set ot chumps.' One paper in Florence would make money, and if there was a business head among the gang they would pool issues, and make the paper a payer.. George Pittock deserves grtjit credit for securing the Carnegie library. When he first started in to seenre the same he was langhed at by many, but Tucson has the libra ry just the same. Pittoc 's name should be over the main entrance. -Wickenburg News. Yet when George Pittock aspired to a petty little office under the city gov ernment he was snowed under. Cities, like republics, are ungrateful. George Cannon, ex-marshal of Wins low charged with embezzling $330 be longing the town, and who. skipped out of there last June, was captured in Gila county and brought back to Wins low on the 10th inst. He waived an examination and was bound over to await the action of the grand jury of Navajo county in a bond of $1,000. In default of bail be was sent to, jail. His bondsmen paid the shortage without suit.. We are in receipt of the 1901 cata logue of the Normal school at Tempe. It is Illustrated with a number of half tone engravings and contains full in formation concerning the school. Excursions to the Coast. Summer excursion, rates to Santa Monica, Long Beach, San Pedro, San Buena Ventura, Santa Barbara and Avalon will commence on T bursday,, Mar 19tb, and run every Thursday, leaving Casa Grande at 8:35 p. m. Rate, $24,40 for the round trip, except Avalon, $2.25 extra. Tickets good for 00 deys. Final excursion leaves on Au gust 29th next. , , J. Moores, Agent. Barrels of Money Are wasted every year by farmers in hauling their products to market. Avail yourself of the following oppor tunity and save your dollars : FobSaht A fine tract of farming land (160 acres), together with exclu sive water-right, only 2 miles from Tucson. Terms easy. For particulars address, ANDRES REBEIL, Tucson, Arizona. WOODS HOTEL, Casa Grande, Arizona. MRS. M. E. WOODS, - - Poprietoh Goods Meals and Lodging. for Travelers. . . .:' :i Taken Up- - T Whom it May Concern : notice i hereby given that v have been furnishing pasture to a roan hira, about 7 years old, branded WP, alnce Ma v 1st, 1901, and have taken possession of said h irse and am retaining; him until the charges' or said pasture are paid, to-wit: the sum of Ten Dollars. It said charges are not paid within ten days after the publication of this notice said ho rse will be sold according- to law. FRANK SHIELDS. Florence, Arl,, August 24. 1901. First publication August 34. 1901. Notice for Publication. Homestead Entry No. 2438. DEPARTMENT OV THE INTERIOR, Land Ofvicb at Tucsos, Aria. July 17, 1901, TVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1 following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port ot her olaini, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court, at Florenoe, Arizona, on Saturday August 24, 1901, vis: Dorcas E. Whitlow, ot Florence, Arlsona, for the SWJi Sec. 26, T. SS..R.SK.,G.4S.R.B.iM. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence Upon and cultiva tion of said land, vis: William Y. Price, William H. Graham, James C. Fhy, Albert TColton, all of Florence, Arisona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register First Publication July 20, 1901. ' t W W ( l4 't? "( W" f ii" "W W W W . vV. :?!. ifr s?5- vV, si? w w "i si? 54 GENERAL FREIGHT.CONTRACTORS, Florence, Arizona. ' SHIELDS Hay, Grain, PRICE Cattle. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. .sk. s-'i. -at. '. t, ti Ifi -i t(? tjf f ' IP "" w w w Eagle Milling Company n Tucson 'GOLD' 1: ,i 'A I J1. u" En m a o fifes? (gold DUST; It is Superior to Denver Flour, Tt is Whiter, It has More Levening Power. Makes a Large! Loaf, Bakes Quicker The Best Flour for Family Use. For Sale by all the Grocers. - ii - - A,. F1. BARKEE. m -DEALBK IS- GENERAL New, Fresh T3 Corner Main and Eighth Streets.; I have just returned from San Francisco, where I bought a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,. Hats and Caps, And NOTIONS for spot cash at very low figures, and propose to giv uf customers the benefit of my purchases. ' Cail and be convinced, S3 S3' " A. F" EiJMiiiiiiioiiiionjiiiiiiiiiiiinii: Marshall D. Draper, E. M. J.N. McLeod, E. M. DRAPER & McLEOD, Graduates of Colorado State School of Mines. ' Assayers,? Chemists,- Min ing Engineers,. resting laboratories for Cyanide, CMorina tion. Concentration. Amalgamation and other tests for selection or treatment of Ores. Examination and reports on mining proper ties. Plans, estimates, specifications, etc., for Mining and Milling planU. ASSAYING Gold , Silver Gold and Silver pie ;, .50 .SO Lead . ...$ M Copper., .75 Any3,samesam 1.25 Send for Complete Price List and Mail ing Envelopes. 38 Champa St. Denver. Colo. S "W Sit, K or W .M-iS!s'4iii,fe Ji"v. 5i5 f J Arizona. DUST.' rl o tr1 u a p. 4 4 - -L. MERCHANDISE, and Clean, FLORENCE, ARIZ. S3: BARKER. S3, Ii1Il!iillRHiI!!IlffiniI!fni!10ililIliIlUnI; .-f FLORENCE- Lodging House,' L. K. DRAIS, - Proprietor. Newly Furnished and Refitted. Will be run SIR FIRST CLASS.- Table supplied irith the best . the market afford . ' Elegantly Furnished Rooms AND ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS, Bar Constantly Supplied With, the Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .75 Patrouage of Commercial men and the tea." eraj puMie respectfully solicited,'