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Fl'tlLISHri) I.TfRT iSATrjKDAT. 3T FLORENCE PUBLISHING COMPANY ' Chab. D. Rrwy, Editor. VLOHENCK. ARIZONA. DF.CEMBKRU. 1901. TERMS: On. Year... $3.00 HI x Months 1.50 Three Months 75 bins' le Copies .OS KTflWO T TMt KMT OfHCl A. 1CCONO-Cl MATTrH "It U apparent that something must be oneto provide watdr fur the Indiuus. In order to demoiiKtratn our ability to govern r.ew peoples we must sliow a better record for those now In our care."" Prof. F. H. Kewell, in a lecture in Washington, Dec 17.1MK). Whoever controls a stream practically control the land It renders productive, aad the private ownership of water apart from land cannot prevail without causing endur ing w rone- In arid state the only right to water which should be recojnized i thut of use, President Roosevelt in his message to Congress. I'UDOt BTtDLY the firtt work In irrigation which the government should undertake is the construction of a dum on the Gila Kiver at San Carlos, in Arizona, because this im provement would not ouly brine uuder cul tivation a large area of arid lund for the use of white settlers, but would aUo relieve the ur rent needs of thousands of friendly 1 Indians, who are now In a starving condi- tion because the water upon which they have been dependent for centuries has been diverted by white settlers above them. This Improvement would be not only a strik ing object lesson of the advantage of irriga tion en a large scale, but also an act of mercy and justice. Los Angeles Times Editorial. Feb. 12, 1901. J. F. Wallace, editor of the Win alow Mail, died last Sunday, need 70. He was a (food man, an able writer, and bis death will cause a void in ArizoD journalism. Dick Talbot, of Howard county, Missouri, was admitted to practice at the Prescott bar last week. ,Tbe Tki bcxe welcomes Missouriaas to Arizona, for they are good people even if they do have to be "shown." I.N a formal letter to President lloose- ' elt, Andrew Carnegie hs. orrtr(,d j siiKwiniA i i ! $10,000,000 for a great post graduate ' scientific university at Washington undergovernmentcontrol. The terms ! are suca mat tbe otter can be accepted Tub many friends of Judge Fletcher j 11. Doaa are pleased to learn that Presi- ' dent Roosevelt has bim slated for re appoint;; t. Jsidge Doaa bus ioie so excellent record oa tbe bench of this district and that he will serve as for another four years ia a source of sincere congratulation to the peoplts of this valley. Is the city election in Boston last Tnesday the Democrats completely overwhelmed the Republicans in the city election, General Patrick A. Collins being elected mayor over MayorThomas A. Hart by tbe largest plurality in a quarter of a century. Tbe Democrats likewise obtained con trol of both branches of the city gov ernment, and elected a street commis sioner and practically all the candi dates for the school commission . Eastihn mining journals ara mak ing it decidedly warm for the Vulture Gold company, of Arizona. Experts Van Bosenburg, Uill and Bestty, who claim to have made a thorough ex amination of the property, pronounce it a gigantic fake and 'have so re ported to tbe Colorado Springs Mining Exchange. Here in Arizona tbe im pression is quite general that the old mine was worked out years ago, though there may be new ground in the vicinity that is vxlnable. Till solution of the water problem is of far greater importance to Arizona than statehood . With tbe waterques tion settled for all time on the lines suggested by President Roosevelt in bis message to Congress, and with a judiciary that will construe the water laws in the interest of the people in stead of tbe corporations, nothing can prevent our fair territory from making such rapid strides in wealth and popu lation ia the next two years as will command admission to the sisterhood of States. And then we will be much better fitted for it. An Arizona merchant advertises as follows: "Ten years ago I started with a box of cigars and a sack of pea nuts. I have added box to box, pack age to package, shelf to shelf, and to-day I can show yon as fine a Hue of groceries as any house in Arizoca." Which reminds us of an old darkey down in Arkansas who was talking' of another darkey as follows: "Does you recomember Sam Johuaing? Well, sab, he started in tea years ago wid a basket of pea nuts, and what does yoo 'spose he's wuth now?" Hit listener thought be might be a millionaire. "No, sah," rspUed the coon, "he hasn't paid or (1st baskst yit." RftLRQAD HEWS. J ; D- . y- i q riving iraae staKes ; From the Mesa Free Frtss. W A. K'mball has returned to his Mesa home, after three months spent witu a surveying piny that has j ist completed its labors between Florence and Henson. Plaus for the coustruc t'.on of the road are now being pre pared, and it is expected work will e ) ii nienee in a short time. Tbo party found the conditions favorable along tli route surveyed, a uio.t desirable grade having been s cured. The road is to be built, and that in the near future. This is oil cial and reliable. Messrs. W. A. Kimball, David T. Ilibbert, Ed. Jones and Charley Sellers, who were out with the Santa 1'e sur vey party, who fiuished the survey from Florence to Bauson last week. have been ordered to Phoenix to make i another survey for the company. It is j rumored that they are to set tbe stakes j for the grade on the line recently sur veyed, and that work is to be com menced at ouce. " The Santa Fe surveying party, pirt of which is made up cf Mesa people, m e now camped al tlx o d ruins be t.vreu Teuipe and Pnoenix, and are staking the road bed, which will run from i'hoeuix via Mesa and Florence to beuson. Final Survey of the P. & E. From the phoenix Gazette. It is expected that the construction work of the Phoenix and Eastern rail road, which runs from tbiscity to Ben son by the way of Florence will, begin within a short lime. The nuul sur vey will t begun this morning under the supervision of Mr. L. K. Orton. Tnis survey will determine the ques tion cf the construction of the road, (trade stakes will be put in with the idea of commrnciug work January 1. 1 Work Wdl be Pushed. ' From the Phoenix Enterprise. I W.A. Drake arrived in Pboemx this morning and spent the morning at the Burve camp of the Phoenix and East- ern road, located near the cross-cut . , . , , of the Arizona canal. Stakes are being , . , driven on ihe proposed route from Phoenjs Tempe anJ work wU1 be j rapidly pushed to a:i early completion. Brancn Railroad Proposed. F rom the Tucsod Star. Tbe Star has it on (rood authority that the route of the North and South run road is fixed between Mesa and Benton, and that the route will be up the San Pedro river. Tnis being a fact, there is but one thing for Tncson to do, and that is to build a brauch from Tucson to the nearest point on this road. The cost will be less than $.'00,000. The advantages to Tucson will be ten times that amount. Will the Tucson board of trade take this matter up lor consideration at once? There is no time for delay. The Phoenix and Eastern. From the Phoenix Democrat, The survey of the Phoenix and East ern railroad has been completed and the engineers report that it is all tuat could be desired for a railroad grade, beiug tbe most satisfactory one in that respect of any line crossing the terri tory. It is stated that the work of construction will begin next mouth and crowded as fast as possible. It is further stated that by the time it is completed to Florence and Benson the Phelps-Dodge line aud the Rock Island will be completed through to El Paso, thus bringing the Salt River and Uiia valleys a competing lin to all import ant points of the east. The San Diego railroad project also seems to be a certainty and the connec tion thus made will place uson a trans continental line of railroad and con nection with important snipping in terest? at Sao Diego. We Would be Glad to see Tbctn. From the Tucson Star. Will our board of trade get together to discuss the building of a railroad from Tucson to Florence or to some point on the Sao Pedro river? The Tucson Star advertises a splen did premium list on the first page of to-day's Tkibune which surely ought to secure a large circulation for that excellent paper. The Star has recently made great improvement in matter and make-up. A. J.' Knell wanted to attend a party, but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach, which be feared would grow worse. He says, "I was telling my troubles to a laly friend, who suid: 'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition for the party.' I bought a bottle and take pleasure in stating t hat two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party." Mr. Sneil is a resident of Summer Hill, N. Y, This remedy is for sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. TO CI BE A COLD 151 OVE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it failstocure. F. W. Grove's fiignature is on each box. 25c Mining over the Border. From Modern Mexico. It, isa mistake for American investors to believe that good iniuing proper- tics are going a-btgging in Mexico, There are good mine to be secured here if they are sought in lite proper manner, and there is also capital liurr on the ground, both locwl and foreign, ready for ioveiuaut iu legitim.'.e enterprisea. It la safe to sasuiuelhai few pi'operiira wortuy of consideration ever reaeh the klage Ihiit lliey me handled by caibstoim brokers and tin class of promoters who frequens Iht tourist hotels. A larg porcjuta'e of tilt- American capital tiiat ia uow coin ing into Mexico is beiug iuvested in mines. It does not, as a rule, make as much noise as ia some other lines, bu it is finding attractive inducements nevertheless. The asplication of mod ern machinery to many old Spsnisl properties that were abandoned when aacieui ana primitive metnoas en- ' countered too great a depth or uneon- trollaule water is giving results in many instances tiiatuiust make the oid hidalgos turn in their graves. Commenting on the above the M i b ii i Eeporler says : Thoe who know any thing of the conditions iu old Ueu.-o will agree with every word of the fore going quotation. It has been a favor ite form of swindle dur.ng the last two or three years to float wlidcat Mexicau mining scheme. Kee l less to sy, much injury has beau doae to the iniu iog industry at large. Some splendid properties have bec.i opened op in Mexico, and as usual the unscrupulous promoter has been making the best of the opportunity. So great has tue evil become tliat tue Mexican authorities are bestirriug th-melvcs to make matters interesting to the bogus mining companies, especially iu the stats of Souors. Arid Land Irrigation. Washingtoh, Dec. 10. At a con ference of the Senators and Represent atives interested in legislation for the irrigation of arid lauds it whs deter mined to make the Hanabrough-Ncw-lands bill the basis of acl;on, aud this measure is bein perfected for united support. It provides that the proceeds of the sales ot public lands shall be set aside as a fund for arid lands reclama tion aud irrigation. Tea Garden Drlpi is a Sugar Syrup of highest quality. Ouee nsed always wanted. Delici ously sweet make, taffy candy to per fection. Manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup Co. Ask your grocer, 707-719 Sansome St., San Fiaociscj. Summons. jX THE JUSTICE'S COURT OF PRECINCT No. One, Pinal county. Territory of Ari zona, before 11. M. Bickey. J. P. L. K Drais. plaintiff, vs. C. C. Hot-Lett, defendant. The Territory sends greetine to C. C Hockett, defendant. Tou are hereby required to appear in an action brouett aeainst jou by the a! ove named plaintiff, in tbe Justice's Court ot Precinct So. Odb, County of Final, and to answer before the Justice, at his office in the town of Florence iu said Precinct, the Complaint of the above named Plaintia filed therein, within five days, exclusive of the day of service after the service on you of the Summons if served with the Precinct in which this ai tion U brought; or if served out of said Precinct, but in said County within ten days; or if seived out of the County, In fifteen days; iu all other cases twenty days. This action is brought by plaintiff to re cover from the defendant the sum of eig-hty-two dollars "$82.00" on account for board aud lodging, cig-ars, liquors, feed and pasture, aud money loaned and furnished by plaintia to defendant as more fully ap pears by the Complaint on file therein to which you are referred. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to so appear and answer said Complaint as above required, said plaintiif will take judgment by default against you, together with costs. To the sheriff or any Constable of any county in the Territory, greetiujr Make legal service and due return hereof. Given uuder my hand this 5th day of November, 1901. M. M. HICKEY, Justice of tbe Peace of said Precinct. WOODS HOTEL, Casa Grande, Arizona. MR3. M. E. WOODS, - - Ppopbibtob Goods Meals and Lodging for Travelers. wkM44v 60 YEARS' s p-xccRicNrir Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a kteh and description may qnUrkty ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Commanlca tions strictly confident ial. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest ajreney for securing patents. Patent taken throuph Munn St Co. receive ipecial notice, without charge, la the Scientific Jltnerican. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. I.arcest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a yr ; fonr months, U Bold by all newsdealers. raCo.38'8"1"1"1'' New York Brncb offloe, 6 F m., WsstalBKtun, D. C. I J Sick Headache? Food doesn't digest well? Appetite poor? Bowels constipated? Tongue coated? It's your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver pills; they cure dys pepsia, biliousness. 25c. All druggists. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or neh black? Then use BUCKINGHAM'S DYEwh&ers SO rrr. o Duar.HT, o Mitt, a Co. , w sinus.. M H. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. There ore 1,700 Indians in Arizona! owning farms. One bank in El Reno made $25,000 by agreeing to give notice of prizes : drawn in the recent laud lottery, and then the newspapers gave the notice quicker than the bank could. , The thrift of the French may be In ferred from the fact that one-fourth of the whole population are depos itors in savings banks and that the amount of their credit is over 4,000, 000,000 francs. In all his business life, which he be pan at a salary of $500 a year, Secre tary Gage was never discharged and never sought a better position than the one he occupied. All his promo tions came to him unsolicited. Among the Romans an invisible ink was made with the milky juices of certain plants. Its manufacture was a state secret, death being pronounced on acy viho should disclose it, and all important dispatches from the cap ital to the orovinces. or vice versa, were written in this ink. Yu Kene, thi Chinese ambassador at Taris, is quite an adaptable Celes tial. His wife is only half Chinese, having had an American father. Ifis ciKfdren speak perfect English, and the family takes, in western stiyle, to excursions, amateur photography, private theatricals and other fads. In 1S20 pens began to be made by Gillott, who manufactured them of steel finely tempered. The pen was hand-made throughout, and though very inferior to the machine made article of the present day, was still a great advance upon the iron-barreled pens that had been previously made. On the Drltish steamship lines the captains receive from 300 to 1,200 a year, without perquisites. If, at the end of tbe year, a British comman der's boat has met with no accident he gets a bonus. The British lines think this system of reward has a tendency to make commanders mora ssrefuL , Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach tbe seal of tbe disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order, to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on tbe blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of tbe best physicians in this country for years, and is a regulai prescription. It is composed of the best tonic known, combined wiih the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucoussurfuces. The perfect com bination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonial!, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, price 75s. Hall's Faaiiiy Pills are the best. No one can reabOunbly hope for good health ooless bis bowels move once each day. When this is not attended to, disorders of the stomach arise, bilious ness, headache, dyspepsia and pi lex soon follow. If you with to avoid these ailments keep your bowels regular by taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when required. They are so easy to lake and mild and gentle in effect. Far sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. Stop tbe Cough and work off the Culd. Laxative Bromu-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure no Pay. Price 25 cents. If you would have an appetite like a b-arand a relish for your mea'.s take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They correct disorders of the stomach aud regulate the liver and bowels. Price, 25 cents. Samples free, at I'.roekway's drug store. THE WINDSOft OPPOSlTa THS FOSTOTFICa Tucson, - - - Arizona, SUTHERLAND St KELTON. A first-class up-to-date Hotel, ran on the European Plan. Rooms from $1 up. Porcelain bath tubs. Large sam ple rooms. C. R. IVIichea&Co DEALERS IN lercMttise Corner Main sod 12th streets. Florence, r Arizona. General oft. ! tf J' "-"! ' -V'-i': VA viv 4 l 4iv ly tw i ii r fit JOSEPH SPINAS. AQUILES ARRI0LA. A. AEEIOLA & CO. I -!V, "ii"? -v. ."?' Viv- GENERAL WS EESr A Hardware Department Also AYagon Material, Paints, Oil, Ete.r Florence, Arizona. Goods purchased in our store will be delivered free. r, nr. .Ms. i', !'. 'i. alt .. .jfc i!,g,gt, ( nit Under Uanaffament of Dr. GEO. M. BR0CKWAY. Completely Restocked With Drugs, PatentMedicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries Blank Books, Stationery, Cigars, Etc. NOVELTIES ORDERED FROM TIHET0 TIME. All Lee's Restaurant Opposite Tbe Floebsce Tribuke office In P. R. Brady, Jr's., New Building First -class in every respect. Meals 5 and 25 ets. Ladies dining- room. Corner 7th and Main street Florence. - Arizona. Corner Saloon C. W. 1IARDY, Prop. Florence, - Arizona Headquarters for the Gang. The finest of "Winee, Liquors and Cigars. ' Tunnel Saloon. CHOICE WINES, LIQTTORS AND CIGARS. Telephone No. Main 101, J. C. KEATINC. Proprietor. Lem Wing Chung DEALER IN Dry Hoods, Groceries And Notions. Sell cheap for cash. Corner 10th and Bailey streets, Florence : - - Arizona. fLOXKKCK, XXLTIM, TBOT AKO OLOBS STAGE LINE TAYLOR BRANNAMAN,Jrop. This line runs first-class Stock and Coaches. It carries the United States Mail and is always on time. JUAN SOUS, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Corner I I th and Main St Vocal and Instrumental Music Lessons Given, Flnrfincfi PIwmy X iUl UUUU A UU1U1UU I J ?" M, .'. .'. c at ( . r - -f . 0 0 J.V Si? STORE. SVSCIAL gr, n'i''d'f:, i' PROFESSIONAL CARDS- DR. ANCIL MAETIS, JTE AND AE. Phoenix,AriOB; JESSE HARDESTY, TTORNET AT LA"W, Florence Arisoaa. Y. Ii. 6E1FK1S, LAWYER. Office up stair. Brunsnkant. block Florence. Arizona. GEO. M. BEOCKWAY, I PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON. Office au4 residence at hospital. Florence. Arisona.. J. S. SNIFFES, ATTORNEY AT LAW Florence, srjxooa.. W ill attend to cases in Pima, Graham and Gila counties. THE Consolidated National Bank. r reckon. Arizona- Capita! Paid Up, -Surplus and Profits, 50,00c 20,000 750,0004 Deposits, - - OFFCKSS. M. P. Fbssmax, President. TV. C.D18rViee President. H. B. Tens IT. Cashier. S. W. GKA.VBS, Asst. Cashle Foreign exchange. Cable aud teleg-rsphie transf-r, s all over the world. Accouutsof individuals, firms and corpora- - tions solicited and their interests carefully -looked after. Marshall D. Draper. K. M. JH. McLeo4, B. U. . DRAPER & IVlcLEOD, Graduates of Cofor&do State School of Mine. Assayers, Chemists, Min- itg Engineer. resting laboratories for Cyanide, Chlorina- . tiou. Concentration. Amalgamation and other tests for selection or treatment . of Ores. Examination and reports 00 mininf proper ties. Plans, estimates, specifications, etc., for Alining aad Ililliue; plants. ASSAYING. Gold S .50 T aJ t'sa Silver 50 Copper 1t. Gold and Silver .75 Any &, same sara. Pie - - I.E Send for Complete Price List and Mail--iug Envelopes. 738 Champa St. Denver, Colo. ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Stage anHIiTBry Co.: (ikcokporateb 1892.) DAILY STAGE BETWEEN Florence pnd Casa Grande- Livery, Feed & Sale Stables. Florence and Casa Cranae. 0. E. ANGULO'S Meat Market, Main Street, Florence. Is constantly supplied with Fat Beet, which will be furnished customers at the lowest cash prices. We bay for cash and are com pelled to sell for cash, and will use our best , endeavors to guarantee satisfaction to one customers. Antonio, Chinaman DEALEB IS GfiiBrallrcliaMse, Corner 9th and Bailey strata, Florence. . Arizona.