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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FLORENCE, ARIZONA.SEPTEMBLU U, 1C01. SUNSET LONG-DISTANCe'tELEPIIONeT FLORENCE EXCUA5GE, Main. iU Barker, A. F.,.. General Merchandise. 41 Brockway, Q. M., Florence Pharmacy. SI Urockway, G. M., Residence. 51 Canal Company, OHice. HI Clerk's office Court Houve. "1 Sheriff's office,.. .Court House. M-Drais, L. K Florence Hotel. 161 Judge's office ... .Court House. '231 Doan, F. M Residence. 1M Keating. J. G.,.. Tunnel Saloon. Ill Micbea & Co., . ..Florence Cush Store. 131-Powell, C. G Residence. HlReppy, C. D., ... .Residence. 181-Reppy, C. D Trj.bi.tc Office. 141 Shields Price,. General Merchandise. 181 Stevens, D.C Montezuma Stables. 191 Truman, W. C... Residence. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIMS TABLE. CASA GRANDE STATION. No. S, vest-bound, daily at R:33 p. m. No. 10, east-bound, daily at. ..4:9.1 a.m. Gabriel E. Angulo and Phil. Nicholas returned yesterday from Nogales. L. C. Shields, of Florence, Colorado, is here visiting his brother Frank. m, Wright and family returned last Sunday from a pleasant outing in Aravaipa canyon, W. Y. Price returned last Sunday from California, where he says he spent a very pleasant week. Mrs. J. E. McGee has been quite ill this week, but is now better, though elill confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phy and Chas. Whitlow and family returned last Sun day from Whitlow's ranch. Mrs. Josefa Lopes's baby died last Sunday and was buried the followiug day in the Catholic cemetery. Our New Railroad. A company bus be organized ia I'hoe nix to build a railroad from that city to Benson by the way of Florence, to be known as the Phoenix and E tstern, tho distauee being about 250 miles. Mr. Frank M. Murphy, presklentof the Santa Fe, Preseott and Phoeuix, is at the head of the organization, and the directorate of the two roads will bo much the same. The surveying party in charge of Mr. Leroy Orton, which left Florence two weeks ago, is now in the neighborhood of Kelvin, thirty miles east of here, and has run a very satisfactory line thit distance. It will hug the Gila river, and will have no heavy grades. At the box canyon of the Buttes, where the river runs through a gorge aud makes a bend, two bridges will be built across the Gila, which at this point is less than 15J feet wide, with solid rock abut ments. This is reully the ouly diffi cult problem oil the proposed road, and Mr. Orton has sulved it to his en tire satisfaction. The work of the engineers hu3 been mot thorough, in some places as many as three lines having been run. The survey so far bears the stamp of being anything but preliminary, and when it is completed, it is save to say, the plans and estimates will be ready for the contractors. Mr. Murphy is now in Europe, but j will return next month with ample j t capital for the entire construction, j which will be pushed from both ends, J COMPLETE VINDICATION Attorney General Knox Dismisses the Charges Against Judge Hum phreys and Commends Him Highly, Special Dispatch to Florenco Tribuxi. Washington, D. C, Sept. 12. At torney General Knox to-day tiled a lengthy decision dismissing all charges against Circuit Judge Abram S. Hum phreys, of Honolulu, and commending him for his fidelity, integrity, courage and ability. The Attorney Generai severely scores the Bar Association of the Hawaiian Islands for having pre sented the chargesj and refused to con sider the afiidavit of District Attorney j lllB 3ail- Cooper of Pima county, Arizona. It is probable an indictment for perjury will grow out of this affidavit, as it is known to be maliciously false. Nics Federal Officer. YtMA, Sept. S. Friday morning when the west bound train arrived in this town, Charles Hood, the deputy collector of customs, boarded it osten sibly to look for, Chinese. Hood was apparently much under the influence of liquor and got into a dispute with the train conductor. Ha puiled his pistol and fired at the conductor, but the latter jumped aside and the bullet lodged in the wood work of the ear. Luckily no oua was hurt. After tha departure of the train Hood went on a rampage at the depot, and shoved his gun in the f ice of every one with whom he came iu contact. Saturday night Hood secretly board ed the east bound train and left the town. No one knows where he has gone. There is a warrant nut for his arrest and if he returns he will prob ably be given a look at the inside of Mineral Creek Mines Bonded. The Hawaiian Muddle. Sheriff Truman received a letter this week from J. J. Fraser, who is now on Copper river, Alaska, in which he speaks in glowing terms of tho mining property in which they are interested with Jack Smith, whom they grub staked. There are sixty claims in all, but Mr. Fraser had seen only about a Mexican Independence day will be j third of them. On 6ve there were im eelebrated next Monday with a grand mense bodies of copper glance ore ex ball and supper at Keatiug's ball. ! posed. Three experts were on the j ground examining the property for A span of the railroad bridge across the Gila near Maricopa is gone again, and transfers are made by passengers walking a plank. Frank Moreno and Miss Ida Wilson were married in Globe last week. The bride was charming and Moreno is "all wool and a yard wide." The contract for the construction of the Benson Reform School has been awarded to Fifield & Gallagher, of Phoenix, for the sum of $25,000. ' Mrs. S. H. Summers and Miss Joy Biery are expected home on the 20th, and Mrs. Bartleson and her daughter, Miss Bogie, on the 1st of October. companies, and the prospect of selling at a large figure was favorable. Messrs. Truman and Fraser have been putting up for about four years, and they are liable to soon reap their reward, which the Tmboe would be glad to tee them do. From the Washington Post. Justice A. S. Humphreys, of the Federal Court of Hawaii, who is reg istered at the Shoreham, is very con fident of vindication by tha Depart ment of Justice in th-i matter of the petition of certain members of the Honolulu bar for his removal from office. Judge Humphreys is a native of Mississippi, and has been a resident of the islands for six yeirs. He is the principal owner of the Republican newspaper, an orgaa of the party wuos.e name it bears. Tha Advertiser, the older morning paper, is the organ of the pre-annex vtion element, the missionaries. The editor of the Adver tiser was indicted for perjury, and his counsel, Attorneys Kinney, Hart.vell, j and Ballon, when the time to plead to ; the indictment oy their client arrived, i offered a petition for change of venue. In this petition it was set forth that Judge Humphreys, before whom the editor was to plead, wai "a man of inordinate ambition and many personal weaknesses." When Judge Humphreys became aware of the character of this reflection upon him personally in the petition, he at onee committed the at torneys named to ju.il for contempt of court. Before they reached the prison they were pardoned by Goveraor Dole. IFrotn the Los Anoles Timas. Three more of Arizona's valuable copper claims have been bonded, aud local investors supplied the necessury capital. The property is situated at the head of Mineral Creek, about sixteen miles I southwest of Globe, and has attracted j attention several tunas the past few months on account of important dis j cowries of rich ore. On one of the j claims a tunnel was driven in 300 feet j and over, a large body of ere was j disclosed that averaged almost 30 per j cent, copper. From the vein, which j varied from a few inches to three feet and morfe, considerable metal was ex j traoted. j The bond, which names $50,000 as the consideration, was negotiated by N. j S. Berray, who has just paid $10,000 down. The balance is to ba forth i coming before March 1. j It is also reported that Mr. Berray has secured an option on the Cross I claims, three in number, which adjoin, j and from which twenty sacks of rich j ore is being taken daily. v. ,w, -M : 4 .!. v . S. ?. M, -ft'.J'f. iSS. -i't- AJ g&ii jSJfe "i vir? GENERAL FREIGHT CONTRACTORS, Floi:kn;k, Arizona. SHIELDS PRICE Hay, Grain, Oattle. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. VI? li? w 1,? ?; &", w ' "XV tit w, ft, v, .t, -Ms- ;' iv' ' -5 " -y''r'vvy v 3 the man wltn mndrt th rAnnrt XAt-haA ensued, thirty-even members of the im across the street and into a res- nuumuiu uar signeu a ptjimon ior tiie j Mrs. Imogen La Chance, territorial president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Coion, arrived from Phoe nix Wednesday and is a guest of Judge and Mr.. F. M. Doan. While here Mrs. La Chance has instilled considerable l'lfrt int., till trr'i nrrrf ni-ra tlnn ae clio f . ., j i under consideration by the depaYtn la an enthumastie wnrkor in the trnnn J 1 , ... .vi , -v Jo-oge ixnmpnreya .arrirwi iwjvt'r.tJ cuys. ago to presnt his side of the ease. ! "I am perfectly s'ltisfied that the ' Billy Stiles, who has returned to a j paaeeful life in the mountains after holding np trains and being ia the j clutches of the law for some time, had i an experience in Kogales this week j with a man who reported to the dis j triet attorney that Stiles was plan ! ning to rob a store there. Stiles found removal of J udge Humphreys. It was brought to Washington and has been O'Brien Moore, editor of the Citizen, has been arrested for criminal libel on complaint of Prof. M. M. Parker, late president of the University of Arizona. Mrs. Katie Serano arrived Tuesday and Is stopping with her father, Judge Warner. Mrs. Serano will again have charge of the Fuller ' school, which opens on the 23J. Mrs. Nellie J. Campbell registered at the Commercial Hotel in Phoenix last Tuesday from Tacoma, Washing ton. Mrs. Campbell has large prop erty interests here. cause. Sunday evenmtr she will de liver a temperance lecture at the Presbyterian Church, to which all are Invited. While Stiles and his accuser ate, the ex-bandit poured hot shot into the j fellow's iars, and it is said that Stiles convinced bim that he was cot in the uold-up business any more.' Tucson Post. ' --' ' " Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona. QOLD DUST.? Eh fesp A. G. McAllister, former principal of our public schools, passed through Casa Grande yesterday on his way to Solomonville, where he will hang out his shingle as a lawyer. He has recent ly been admitted to practice. The Gila river has been up this week higher than at any time during the season, and for three days fording was impossible. Considerable damage was caused to the dam, and it will take time and money to repair the break. Young Fletcher Doan, son of our District Judge, left Wednesday for Fortuna, Yuma county, with acoupie of horses which he will deliver to his brother JohD. A 200-mlle trip across the desert is quite an undertaking for the boy. The Bishop of Tucson, has issued a circular letter to all members of the i Catholic diocese to assist the Sisters j of St. Joseph in collecting sufficient i funds throughout the territory to re- build the orphan asylum recently partially destroyed by fire in Tucson, j The Bishop also appeals to the public j in general to give assistance to this most commendable institution. action formy removal will vindicate me," said Judge Unmphreyslast night. "I have had interviews with Mr. Kaox The many friends of Mr. Peter Will will regret to learn of his prostration from another attack of paralysis, and at this writing his life is despaired of. His daughter Mary, attending the Normal School at Tempe, was called home yesterday to be at his bedside and to comfort her mother. Chicago is not only rotten in the matter of police officials, but its judges appear to be owned bodv and soul bv and other offi -ers of the department j tiie trusts Xae other day a unkm and am confident of a vindication . -,.,.,, i..-.w I piv, viio oi:u mi jail 1U( bcu&lu "M jcU stress has been laid npou the j a non-union workman on the street, i charge that I was the owner ani di-i If a man cannot 5p(.ttk reSpectfu21v to rector of a partisan newspaper,' and j auotLer on the streets of Chicago the' therefore unfitted for duly on the . ,aws o t)l(J land anJ a "ietter I bench. I saw the opportunity and This judge enjoined the strikers from tV.o f ii ut: i pu.,.au j speakinff with the non-strikers at the when the Islands were anaejed, an d j behest of the trust and following out agreed with several other gentlemen i this line of procedure are sending the to put up the capital ne.-es.siry for j offenders to jail.-Mouave Miner, such an enterprise. When the deposits of cash were made Iputnp theoriginal ! amount agreed upon for eaeh,anJ soon ' Just "What Yoil S C't'd. hiL'j-Sur discovered that in so doing 1 had of- J lettors. TjiiU and papers. Quirk, "crano- . . . : initial and (rt!prly. The SlMl'LU'ITY Sbif- fered more than all the rest of the con- j iundinci Lettku and hill Vilz beat- any tributors and controlled the paper. It ! ilf iatie- Scil a where, all charges r 1 ! prepaia, for 3'p tazna cu cash. Aeutd w as tia.rtcu uuu iruuuuu-eu wen. uu. ; uii''ft pvit wnsm P IlQOLD du IF Q O U a i-3 1 11 4 4 It is Superior to Denver Flour, It is Whiter, It has More Levelling Power. . " " flakes a Larger L oaf, Bakes Quicker The "Best Flour for Family Use. For Sale by ail the Grocers. .r-' .y--"-jyi----y' n 2iiiiiaiiiii!iiiii!oni!!M i A- IP. BACKER, -DEALER IS- QHAMDISE, I Before Justice Hickey this week Jesus Albidres was convicted of steal ing twenty-nine sacks of barley from C. G. Powell and sentenced to sixty days in jail. Jesus played first base in the ball club, but the season is over anyway. i as all such enterprises will do at first, Afukeextra was issued yesterday l lost money. When I was commissioned afternoon announcing the death of the j a justice of the United States Court of President at 11 ocloek. lie did not die j the lslanUs 1 resigned from the presi- till fifteen hours later. aency oi we newspaper ana entirely severed my connection with it, with the exception that I still held my stock, which I was compelled to do or pin with it al a heavy ana unnecessary sacrifice, for the property will soon be a valuable one. I have had absolutely nothing to do with the conduct of the paper since my appointment.' ' James McGarry, the old lime saloon keeper of Chicago and the original of "Mr. Dooley of Archie Eoad," made famous by Finley Peter Dunne, is seri ously ill at the West Side hospital, to which he was taken last Saturday. lie cannot live long. For thirty-five years James McGarry was one of the best known saloon keepers in the city. In the little back room of McGarry's sa loon Dunne got his inspiration for the now celebrated Dooley stories. Joseph Spinas and daughters, Misses Katie and Nellie, and Miss Georgia Colton will leave for Tncson today by private conveyance; The two latter young ladies will enter the Territorial University. Both are bright, and will be a credit to the institution. Walter Langford, the 12 year-old son of Edwin R. Langford, was fatally shot in the Hnachucas last Friday by a playmate, Paul Mclntyre, of about the ame age. The boys were playing with a shotgun, which they thought was un loaded, with the usual result. Dr. Dameroa and S. M. McCowau leave to-night on an overland trip to the San Carlos Indian reservation. They will be gone about a month and while at San Carlos will be the guests of C. V. Crouse who is stationed at that poiut. Kuterprise. W. A. Drake of the Santa Fe, who came down to Phoenix from Preseott SIMFL;CiTY FitE CO.. 1450 Flatsush Ave., 8.-ac:cin, N. Y. tTZ Kotice for Kiihliestiion. Homestead Entry No. 2733. DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR, j Lasd Oi F'.CB AT Tucso,Ari,Aus.i7, 1M1.1 VOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT THE ' following-named settler has filed notice of hia intention to make final proof in sup- I port of his claim, anil that said proof will be made bofora the ltistor aud iieceiver, at Tucson, Arizona, on Saturday, October 12,1901, viz: Daniel Miller, of Arlzola, Ari zoua, for the Nli!i Sec. SI, T. 6 S., K. 7 E., G. A S. K. B. M. He nnmes the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, via: Philip il. Smith, Christouher A. Smith and Frpd W. Wa.ivor. on a special yesteruay ar.ernoon, leu i of Arizola, Arizona, und Annia J. Moore, of Corner Main and Eighth Stroats. New, Fresh and Clean, FLORENCE, ARIZ. last night for Florence. Mr. Drake is overseeing the work of a survey party working between Florence,. Mesa and Benson.-Enterprise. Still More Counterfeiting. The Secret Service has unearthed an other band of counterfeiters and se cured a large quantity of bogus bills, which are so cleverly executed that the average person would never sus pect them of being spurious. Things of great value are always selected by counterfeiters for imitation, notably the celebrated Ilostetter's Stomach Bittors, which has many imitators but no equals for indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and general Last Saturday Mrs. Chas. E. Goodin debility. The Bitters sets things right and son Jimmie and Miss Carrie Harris went to Tempe, where Miss Carrie was placed in the Normal and Jimmie in the public school. Florenco has four of Its brightest girls attending the Normal, and the Tribcse expects to hear a pood account of them. in the stomach, and when the stomach is iu good order, it makes good blood and plenty of it. In this manner the Bitters get at the seat of strength and vitality, and restore vigor to the weak aud debilitated. Beware of counter feits when buying. Some persons are thinking that after the inquiry Admiral Cervera may figure as the real hero of Santiago.- Washington Star. Tucson, Arizona. MILTON P.. MOOSE. Register.. First Publication Aueust 31, 1801. WOODS HOTEL, Casa Grande, Arizona. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHEN ICY' & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinsas & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price 75e. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Ilall.'s Familv Pills are the best.. MRS. M. E. WOODS, - - ProPMETOR Goods Meals and Lodging for Travelers. I have just returned from Sin Francisco, where 1 bought a large and i well selected stock of zl ry Goods, Groceries, m 3 Eoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, g E; And NOTIONS for snot cash at very low flenres, and propose to give fg my customers the benefit of my purchases. . ' Call and be convinced. I A. FV B ARKER. IlKluIIOIlI! Marshall D. Draper, E. M. J.N.McLeod.E.M. DRAPER a iMEGD, Graduates of Colorado State School of Mines.. Assayers, Chemists Min ing Engineers, FLORENCE Lodging House L. K. DRAIS, - - Proprietor.' Taken l't. To 'Whom it May Concern : Notice is hereby given that have been furnishing pasture to a roan hcrse, about 1 years old, branded WP, since Ma v 1st, 19J1, 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. If 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, Ariz., August 21, 1901. First publication August 21,1901., resting laboratories for Cyanide. Cltlorina tion. Concentration. Amalgamation arid otiwr tsts for selection or treatment of Ores. Examination and reports on mining proper ties. Plans, estimates. sneciKcations, etc., for Mining and AUliiug plants. Cold Silver Gold and Silver pie , ASSAYING ..$ ,50 .SO .75 Lead- Couner. . . Any 3, same sam ...$ 50 1.25 Send for Complete Price List and Mail ing Envelopes. 11 Champa St.. . Denver, Colo. Newly Furnished and Hefitted. Will be run STiUCTLY FIRST CLASS, Table supplied with the best t he market affords. Elegantly Furnished Rooms AND ALL SIODEKN APPOINTMENTS, Ban Constantly Supplied With the Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Patronage of Commercial men and the gen eral public respectfully solicited.