Newspaper Page Text
THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
ITJHL1?HKI KlTJlT BATDRDAT, BT FLORENCE PUBL1SHIKGC0MPANT. (has. D. Rki'PY, Editor. FLOUKNCB. A1UZONA. DKCEMHEK21. 1S01. TERMS: OneYear tS.00 tlx Months 1.50 Throe Month .75 Single Copies M ENTERED AT THI ran OFFICE At tEOOND-CLAM MATTER "It ii apparent that something must be "one to provide water for the Indian. Ia order to demonstrate our ability to govern new peoples we must show a better record for those now in our care." Prof. F. H. Newell, In a. lecture in Washington, Dee. S7.1SW. Whoever controls a stream practically controls the hind it renders productive, and the private ownership of water apart from land cannot prevail without causing- endur ing wrong. In arid states the only right to water which should be recognized is that of use. President Roocevelt ia bis message to Congress. Undoubtedly the first work In irrigation which the government should undertake la t he construction of a dam on the Gila River at San Carlos, in Arizona, because this lm proveincnt would not only bring uuder cul tivation a large area of arid land for the use of white settlers, but would also relieve the urgent needs of thousands of friendly 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 astrik ing object lesson of the advantage of irriga tion en a targe scale, but also an act of me'cy and justice. Los Angeles Times Editorial. Feb. 12. 1901. Pat Gabkktt, slayer of "Billy the Kid," baa been made collector of cus toms ul El P083. Next Wednesday will be Christmas day. The Tribusb wishes its friends the merriest of the merry. Postmaster General Smith has re signed from the cabinet and Henry C. Payne, of Wisconsin, has be appointed. Isaac Taft Stoddard has been ap pointed secretary of the territory, the charges against him being considered frivolous. The cry for statehood has been swallowed np in the much more im portant question of a national system of irrigation for our arid lands. M ci, ford VVissob has taken charge of the business management of the Tuc son Citizen and has greatly improved the paper. Winsorisoneof the bright est newspaper men the territory and will causa the Citizen to take a leading position. Success to him . Only six votes were cast in the United States Senate against the ratifi cation of the iiay-Pauncefote treaty. There is now little doubt that a bill providing for the construction of the Nicaragua canal will be passed at the present session of Congress. Dewet's decision that Schley is the real hero of Santiago will be accepted by the American people. Dewey realizes that Sampson had no more to do with that affair at Santiago than be had at that other one at Manila, in which the gallant little Admiral himself figured prominently. Engineers are now at work between Tempe and Mesa setting permanent grade stakes on the new Phoenix, Florence and Benson railroad. Work of construction will commence shortly after the first of the year. This rail road will open up the finest body of mining and agricultural land in the world . As a result of the construction of the San Carlo dam, Florence will become the mot important city in the terri tory. Conservative estimates place the population of this valley at not less than 40,000 within twelve months after the completion of the reservoir. The recent action of the Secretary of the Interior in withdrawing; from entry all the vacant agricultural lands in this valley would indicate that department officials consider the building of the dam by the government as assured. Now is the time to get in on the ground floor. President Eooskvelt has endeared himself to the people of the west by his manly position on the national irri gation question. Never before has this country had a more broad-minded or progressive executive, and the West will stand by him almost to a man. This is a good deal for a silver republi can paperto admit, but when politics gets dowa to a matter of dollars and cents, ss in the last two general elec tions, it is just as well to admit the fact. The West wants some of that prosperity that has been so much talked about, and nothing will bring it to a greater degree than water stor age fur our arid lands. Thk El Paso Times takes the fol lowing sensible view of statehood for the territories: "The reason why the President did cot recommend statehood for the territories is pretty evident. The jealousies and enmities that were aroused by territorial governors who acted as if they were kings in their realm, has so divided the Bebnblican party in the territories that the Re publican congressman believes Demo crats would win in the case of each of the three applicants for statehood, so politics again clouds the prospect for new states. VV hen such a partisan as Senator Eikins declares that he cannot favor admission of New Mexico while the territorial party is split, it would have been useless for the President to recommend statehood. Doubtless it is the intention of Roosevelt., if possible, to brush aside nnfit men in the terri tories and put in office those who will not build up personal bulwarks, and divide the party in doing so. Then with a new regime and harmony state hood may come." The desert country of Arizona offers wonderful inducements this winter to the prospector, says the Mohave Miner. Along the Colorado river there are mountain ranges that are impossible to get into in the summertime and all tnese mountains are ribbed wiiti ore bearing veins of gold, silver and cop per. The Bprings that usually go dry in the summer will for several mouths to come furnish water for camp use. and enable the prospector to penetrate the heart of the mountain in search of the precious and base metals. Out in the desert the small battes are often found to be ore bearing and these can also be prospected with safety.. The winter mootbs are mild, no storms in terfering with the work of the search er after wealth. The Troy and Manhatton Mines. From the Globe Silver Belt. C. H.- Cutting, general manager of the Troy Copper company and super intendent of the Manhatton Copper company, at Troy, was a visitor to Globe during the past week Mr. Cut ting informed us that work is being continued, with a force of abont 100 men on both properties, with the re mit of favorable ore indications in most of the openings, and ore bodies opened in the Copper Queen mine on the Manhatton, and the Alice mine on the Troy. An order lias been placed by th Troy company for two 40-horse-power boilers, a steam hoist to replace the gasoline hoist (which will be trao ferredtothe Sisson shaft on the Man hatton,) a compressor and machine drills, together with a pumping plant The Manhatton company has also placed an order for a 40-horse-power boiler, a compressor and machine drills. to be placed at the Sisson shaft. The erection of a smelter will be considered early in the coming year, Surface improvements in the shape of roads, to be afterwards utilized for tramroads, connecting the east end of the Manhatton property and the west end of the Troy property with the proposed smelter site, are being car ried forward as fast as possible. Mr. Culling nan used excellent judg ment in developing the Troy and Man hatton properties, and he has been ably assisted by Thos. Kavanaugh foreman. The work has been marked by system and thoroughness and not a dollar has been expended in needless improvements, and machinery has been added only as the progress of de velopment justified and made it neces sary. Troy has been for some time past an eight hour camp, $3 being the wages paid, and Mr. Cutting is well satisfied with the experiment, finding that the men do as much and as good work in an eijjht hour shift as they formerly did in ten hours. A question that is receiving consid eration by the two companies operat ing at Troy U rail tranportatlon, and they are now awaiting the decision of the Phoenix and Eastern company, which is expected to begin the con struction of a railroad from Phoenix to Benson, through Florence and up the San Pedro river. If that line is built the Troy and Manhatton com panies will construct a short line from Troy to connect with it ; if not, they will build a railroad themselves through Florence to a connection with the Southern Pacific at Casa Grande. A maa who tries to drown his trou bles in the flowing bowl will need a good life-preserver to keep him from going under with histronbles. A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach, a bad digestion, a bad liver. Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure con stipation, biliousness, dys pepsia, sick headache. 25c All drug-gists. Want your roouitaohe or beard a beautiful brown or rich blank? Thn use BUCKINGHAM'S DYEMefer, 0 ctt. . DuootiTt, o. s. p. M.it a ca. . miwa, w.m. The San Carlos Dam Will Hon. D. C. Stevens, ; Clerk of the District Court, Florence, Arizona. SlR: For your information and of Pinal county -generally, ' I quote from the Hon. Commissioner of the " Directing the ment, entry or other disposition under recommendation of the Director of the ber 29, 1901, relative to the proposed voir near San Carlos, Arizona, and hereafter refuse any application for "Township 4 S., Rartges id," 11,14 E. "Township 5 S., Ranges 5, 6, 7, 3, 9, 10, 14 and 15 E. "Township 6 S., Ranges 5,6, 7, 8, 9 E. "Township 7 S., Ranges 5, 6, 7, 8, E." This includes practically all of river as far as and south of Toltec on ville and Sweetwater, on the S. P. Very Mrs. Stanford has just made a dona tion to the Stanford University, which with former donations makes a total of $30,000,000 she and her husband have given to that institution. She' bas several millions left to contribute to her comfort during the balance of her days. D. A. LeBaron and wife, of Florence, are in Mesa this week, visiting with old friends. Mr. LeBaroa says the people of that section are enthusiastic over the building of the new railroad from Mesa to Benson, via Florence. Free Press. , Tea Garden Dripa -is a Sngar Syrup of highest quality. Once used 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 Francisco. Summons. . , IN THB JUSTICE'S COURT OF PRECINCT No. One, Final county. Territory of Ari lona, before M. M. Hickey, J. P, L. K Drais, plaintiff, vs. C. C. Bockett, defendant The Territory sends greeting- to C. C' Hockett, defendant. Yon are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Justice's Court of Precinct No. One, County of Pinal, and to answer before the Justice, at his office in the town of Florence in said Precinct, the Complaint of the above named Plaintiff 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 action is brought; or if served out of said Precinct, but in said County within ten days; or if served out of the County, in fifteen days; in all other eases twenty days. This action is brought by plaintiff to re cover from the defendant the sum of eighty two dollars "$32.00" on account for board and lodging-, cigars, llqoors, ' feed and pasture, and money loaned and furnished by plaintiff 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 fail to so appear and answer said Complaint, as above required, said plaintiff will take judgment by default against you, together with costs. To th? sheriff or any Constable of any county in the Territory, greeting Make legal servioe and due return hereof. Given under my httnd this Bth day of November, 1901, M. M. HICKEY, Justice of the Peace of said Precinct. WOODS HOTEL, Casa Grande, Arizona. MRS. M. E. WOODS, - - ProPMETOB Goods Meals and Lodging for Travelers. YEARS' Tradc Marks Designs Copyrights 4 c Anvnne sending; a asef fh and description may qntckly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention ia probably patentable. Communica tions an-tcHr confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. OWeat agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munu Co. receive IpecUU notice, without charge, in the Scientific Jfmerican A handsomely fllnstr&twl weekly. Irest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Tenui. $3 a pitr; four months, U Bold by all newsdealers. MN&Co.38,B"'' New YcrK Branch OQce. Ctt r BU Washington, ft C , .vl40 BO y Surely Be Built. i DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Tucson, Dec. 16, 1901. J for the information of the citizens from a recent letter of instructions General Land Office: " temporary withdrawal from settle the public land laws, upon the Geological Survey, made Novem construction of a storage reser in accordance therewith you will the lands involved, to-wit: the surveyed land south of the Gila the S. P., and between Dudley- . . . respectfully, Milton r. Moore, Register. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the 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 the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonic known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect com bination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, price 75s. Hall's Family Pills are the best. A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party, but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach, which he feared would grow worse. He says, "I was telling my troubles to a lady friend, who said: 'Chamberlain's Err; Cholera and Diarrhoea put you in condition for the party bought a bottle and take pleasure in stating that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party." Mr. Bnell is a resident of Summer Hill.N. Y, This remedy isfor sale by Brock way's Pharmacy T IKE A COLD IX OXE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on eaeh box. 25c. No one can reasonably hope for good health unless his bowels move once each day. When this is not attended to, disorders of the stomach arise, bilious ness, headache, dyspepsia and piles soon follow. If you wish to avoid these ailments keep your bowels regular by taking Chamberlain's Stomach and j Liver Tablets when required. They are so easy to take and mild and gentle in effect. Far sale by Brockway's Pharmacy. Slop the Cough and work off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quimne Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure no Pay. Price 25 cents. v If yon would have an appetite like a bear aojl a relish for your meaia take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, They correct disorders of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels. Price. 25 cents. Samples free at Brockway's drug store. THE WINDSOR OPFOSITB THB. POST OHIO Tucson, - - Arizona, SUTHERLAND & KELTON. A first-class np-to-data Hotel, run on the Europeaa Plan. Rooms from $1 up. Porcelain bath tubs. Large sam ple rooms. C. R. IVIichea&Co., DEALERS IN Geierallercliailse Corner Main and 12th streets. Florence) Arizona ?W n,S .5'l?5n?5i?iif ZiS&'JittS-'iiif Vif JOSEPH SPINAS. AQUILES ARRI0LA. A. AKBIOLA & CO. 11 GENERAL STORE. wa xaar A special Hardware Department, ' SKt ? 'it - Also "Wagon Material, Paints, Oil, Etc., Florence, Arizona. Goods purchased in our store will be delivered free. 'iS'W'W' -TEE- Under Management of Dr. GEO. M. BRQCKWAY. Completely Restocked With Drugs, Patent'Medicines, Toilet Articles, Perfumeries Blank Books, Stationery, Cigars, Etc. NOVELTIES ORDERED FROM TIME TO TIME. M Lee's Marat Opposite Thb Tlobisce Tribuhe office In P. R. Brady, Jr's., New Building Flnt-olaas in every respect. Meals U ana a cU. Ladies dining room. Corner 7th and Main street Florence, Arizona Corner Saloon, C. W. HAEDY, Peop. Florence. ... Arizona Headquarters for the Gang. The finest of "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Tunnel Saloon. CHOICE "WINES, LIQUOKS d AND CIGARS. Telephone So. Main 101. J. G. KEATINC. Proprietor. Lem Wing Chung DEALER IN Dry GoBfls, Groceries And Notions. Sell cheap for cast. Corner 10th and Bailey streets, Florence- - - Arizona. FLOBINCX, KILVIH, TOOT AND GLOBE . STAGE LINE TAYLOR BRANNAMAN, Prop. 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 Ith and Main St, Vocal and Instrumental Music (Lessons Florence Pmmcy prven, Vi? ViS" Ii? US" W '! -JtV "W "iS .5',', M. '! It? tr 'i(F Si? PROFESSIONAL CARDS- DE. ANCIL MABTIN, JYE ASD BAB. Phoenix, Arizona? JESSE HARDESTY, TTOBNEY AT LAW, Florence Arlsona. W. H. GRIFFIN, " LAWYER. Office up stairs block. Florence, Arizona. GEO. M. BROCKWAY, . THYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence at Hospital. lorenw. Arizona j. s. SNIFFEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Florence, Will attend to cases in Pima, and Gila eounties. i rizona (iraha;n THE Consolidated National Bank f TaesoB, Artxona. Capital Paid Up, -Surplus and Profits, $ 50,000 20,000 750,000 Deposits, - - - OFFCEKS. 11. P. FsSHMAS, President. W.C. Davis, Tice President. H. B. Txxkey. Cashier. E. W. Gbaves, Asst. Cashie Foreign exchange. Cable and telegraphle transfers all over the world. Accounts of individuals, firms and corporat ions solicited and their interests carefully looked after. Marshall D. Draper. E. M. J. N. McLeoiJ, B. II. DRAPER a MCLEOD, Graduates of Colorado State School of Mines- Assayers, Chemists, Min ing Engineer.; i"T" resting laboratories for Cyanide, Chlorina tion. concentration. Amalgamation and other tests for selection or treatment, of Ores, Examination and reports on mining- proper , D, ..... ; etc., for Mining and Milling plants. ASSAYING. Gold t .50 Lead $ 59 Copper.. 7 Any 3, same urn. 1.2S Silver 50 Gold and Silver.. .H pie Send for Complete Price List and Mail ing Envelopes. 738 Champa St. Denver, Colo. ARIZONA CONSOLIDATED Stage anil Livery Go. (incorporated 1892.) DAILY STAGE BETWEEN Florence and Casa Grande Livery, Feed & Sale Stables Florence and Casa Cranae. G. E. ANGULO'S Meat Market, Main Street, Florence. Is constantly supplied with Fat Beef , which will be furnished customers at the lowest oash prices. We buy for cash and are com pelled to sell for cash, and wilj use our best endeavors to g-uarantee satisfaction so our customers. Antonio, Chinaman DEALER IS SG, Genera lercial Corner 9th and Bailey streets, . Florence - Arizona.'