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FLORENCE, - FEBRUARY 11, 1388 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One eopy, on year $5 00 ne copy, iix mouths 3 00 Um copy, three mouths 2 00 VJob work of every description done promptly nj in t ha very best and moat ar tistic mauner, it reasonable rates. Local Iteiu. Mr. Manuel S. Raniirei ii in from Mr. Ch arles Scribner was in from Sil ver King this week. Sunday tohoul at the Court House at 10:30 a. m , to-morrow. Mr. Fabian Moretiu was in town from hi stock ranch, this week. Hon. A. J. Doran returned from a Visit to San Francisco on Monday. Mr. G. W. French, of Riverside, Cal., paid a visit to Florence this Veek. Mr. M M. Rice has gone to the Ve kol and will likely remain at that eamp. Mr. Ed. Ayers left for the Silver Reef mines on Tuesday, to take a position as foreman, Mr. A. 3. Jennings, on of the en gineers at the Reymert mill, wa In town on Tuesday. Oon. J. B. Allen cam over from Tempe on Thursday to spend a few days in Florence. Mr. H. J. Crane Is In from the Mam moth, and will probably remain here for ioma tim. Mr. W. IT. Merritt cam down from th Reymert camp on Tuesday on a short business visit. Judge W. H. Benson came down from Pinal on Tuesday and spent a day among his friends here. Bupt. Arthur Macy, of the Silver King, was in town last Saturday and loft the following day for San Francisco. The J. D. Rittenhouao estate has de clared twenty-five per oent, dividend to its creditors, amounting toabout $11,000. The Sptnas brothers came in from their Owl Heads stock ranch this week to at tend to matters at their ranch west of town. Hon. G. H. Oury hai taken an office in the Collingwood bailding opposite tke Florence hotel, and is fitting it up very cosily. Mr. C. F. Hoff, representing Messrs. C. Seligmann A Co., the wholesale gro cers of Tucson, was in town this week interviewing th merchants. The brass band subscription committee has secured almost sufficient funds to purchase their instruments, and the toot f the horn will bo soon heard in town. A very Interesting Sunday school has been established at the Vekol and, through the efforts of Mrs. Lucien E. Walker, a great deal of good Is resulting from it. Oen. W. E. Hobson, of Oasa Grande, Is developing a mining claim to the south of that plaoe, with good prospests of realizing something substan tial from his venture. Mr. J. M. Ochoa has taken a eontraet to clear eighteen hundred acres of land under the Florence canal for the owners, and started big force of men out to be gin the work a few days ago. Dr. John L. Gregg, of Tempe, was in Florence last Friday with a load of honey to dispose of. Dr. Gregg is one of Tem po's oldest settlers and he confesses a strong faith in its bright future. Th walls of Mr. 0. D. Henry's brick building are up to the second story. Mr. It. Mayhew and his two sons push the work along with refreshing rapidity and are evidently masters of their trade. Mr. F. E. McCrary started home from Kansas City on Wednesday and will probably reach hare to-morrow or Mon day. His trip will result in the coming of number of responsible people to Florenoe. Mr. G. L. Moore was In town on Tues day from his ranch across the river and above town a few miles. He had com pleted his water dltoh but owing to a fault In the survey a considerable length of It must be constructed anew. Mr. C. F. Bennett of Siive King, left on Thursday for a visit to his par ents at Deniaon, Texas. He took his little son with him and will lot him re main there for the present. Mr. Ben uet will be absent but two or three weeks. Messrs. Edward W. Ramels, Julian Tant;Hlin and Judge Henry D. Langhtin, St. Louis capitalists, arrived yesterday to look at the country and the various Irrigating schomea now in progress here abouts. Mr. Julian Laughlin visited Floreuce last fall. Mr. Chas Rapp has purchased Messrs. Miller & Keating's saloon and will here after conduct its destinies. Charley has as many friends and acquaintances as there are people lu the county and they will always meet with a genial welcome at his plaoe of business. As an Instance of careless mall hand ling the circumstance is noted of plainly directed mail matter lor a Vermont pest office having come from the railroad route to the Florence office. Some of the route clerks need a little brushing np In thoir knowledge ot geography. Mr. James Elder came down from Riverside on Saturday to transact some business matters and roturned on Mon day. He reports a fin outlook for a lively camp there. The mill was to tart up on Thursday and it is calculated that It can be kept running continuous Mr. C. W. Lemon got home from Casa Grande last Saturday. The new town site was all properly surveyed and laid out and so soon as tu preliminary ar rangements are completed, the lots will be ready for purchasers, lie thinks very important town will grow op at that place. Mr. James Thompson, proprietor of the Globe stage line and the builder of the new court house at Globe, waa in Florence this week. He has the court house well along towards completion. It is built of stono and is one of the best and most substantial public buildings in the lerntory. The Initial number of the Uolbrook Standard has been received. It is newspaper sans politics and sans religion and, like the EjiTEsr-Kisn, it Is devoted to th advancement of the material in terests of its town and eounty. Col. W. C. Ln onto is its editor and he makos it a good newspaper. The mail from California is delayed just twenty-foir hours by the recent change in t'ue time schedule, and ti e fa i Francisco papers are three days old w ten they arrived here. Thcro should be an ell'ort made to secure two trips per day by the stage from Casa Grande, which would obviate the present diffi culty. Mr. L. C. Lewis, one of the owners of the Southern Belle mine at American I'lag, in the Santa Catalinas, came up from Tucson on Tuesday and went to Globe the next day. Mr. Lewis says the Southern Belle will probably resume active operations sometime during the summer. It is a splendid property and ought not to remain idle. On Wednesday, February 1st, a very heavy rain and hail storm prevailed at the Cottonwood ranch. Hon. P. R. Brady, who was present at the time, says the arroyos run full banks for many hours and the ground was covered with large hall stones. He says the al filer ia in that section Is in fine condition and the cattle are fattening on it rapidly. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Buckalew died of brain fever at 3 o'clock Tuesday morning, aged about 13 months, and was buried from the M. E. church at 4 p. m. the same day. The distressed parents have the sincere sym pathy of their many friends In this the hour of their great bereavement. Citl sn. Mr. A. Redeuill, the famous piano a ,'ent and tuner will arrive In Florence to-morrow on his Beml-annual tour through Arizona, and all who have in struments needing tuning should com mand his services. He sold six or eight new instruments and tuned thirty pianos In Pheniz during the past week and Is ready to transact as large a business in this place. Mr. William Hearst and family and a caravan of immigrants from Missouri arrived on Wednesday after a journey overland of four months. They will look for lands in the Salt river valley with the exception of two families that will con tinue on to Washington Territory, Mr. Hearst Is a cousin of Senator George Hearst and came here at his suggestion. The Tunnel saloon has chanced hands again, Mr. Ed. Ayers having sold out to Mr. M. M. Hickey who purposes keep ing the very best brands of liquors and cigars that the market affords. Mr. Hickey is a pleasant gentleman and he will exert himself to please his friends and patrons, trusting to their discrimin ating tastes for a continuation of their favors. There will be an exciting shooting match to-morrow afternoon, just outside of town on the south. Messrs. Ed. Smith and B. Mayhew will contest with W. R. Stone and Will Mayhew for $50 a side at shooting quail and pigeons from the trap, twenty-one yards rise. Fifty quails and a lot of pigeons have been secured and a trap has been made for the occasion. Much sport is looked for. Mr. H. O. Ballou has a field of grown cabbages that withstood the unusually cold weather of the past winter without showing the leaBt damage. The heads are now large and solid and his experi ence demonstrates the capability of this valley to grow vegetables during the en tire winter months. He has also groen peas now ready for use that were growu during the winter. The people of this valley have hardly begun to learn the possibilities of the soil and climate and it is only by the experience of such In telligent producers as Mr. Ballou that real progress in this respect Is taught. From Pinal it Is learned that the work of putting in the large boiler and engine at the Silver King mill is nearly com pleted. When all the contemplated changes are mad the mill will be fully equipped to wois tne ores ot that tamous mine in the most economical manner and up to a high percentage of their assay value. Supt. Macy is looking after the company s interests with the most scrupulous fidelity and real and when all his plans are completed the Silver King mine and mill will be one of the most perfect producing properties in ex istence. Knowing the beneficial effects of ad vertising as well as they do, the mana gers of the J. D. R-ttenhouse estate are wonderfully surprised at the results of their use of printer's ink during the past several weeks. Without any other cause for it, thoir trade at once increased to proportions far beyond their most sanguine expectations and this activity rather increases than diminishes with each succeeding week. By its means tney have greatly cleared the shelves for the new summer stock that will short ly be purchased, and have brought cus tomers from far and near to town. Ad vertising pays, especially where it Is sup' ported by goods that will substantiate the statements put forth. To Our Friends and Pat rons We have Just received a choice stock of Fresh Grocer ies and Provisions, ivhich we will sell at bed rock prices Our goods are all fresh and our prices as low as the low est. Giveusa call, examine our goods and see our prices before purchasing elsewhere Remember that we will not be undersold. W.C. Smith $.Co. Peace on Earth. Awaits that countless army of martyrs. whose ranks are constantly recruited from the victims of nervousness and nervous diseases. The price of the boon is a systematio course of II os tetter's stomach Bitters, the finest and most genial of tonio nervines, pursued with reasonable persistence. Easier, pleasan- ter and safer this than to swash the vie tualling department with pseudo-tonics, alcoholic or the Teverse, beef extracts, nerve foods, narcotics, sedatives and poisons in disguise. "Tired Nature's sweet restorer, balmy sleep," is the pro vidential recuperant of weak nerves, and this glorious franchise being usually the consequences of sound digestion and in creased vigor, the great stomachic which insures both is productive also of repose at the required time. Not nnrefreshed a wakens the individual who uses It, but vigorous, clear headed and tranquil. Use the Hitters also in fever and ague. rheumatism, kidney troubles, constipa tion and biliousness. mining Notes. Mr. D. C. Maines is in from the Ve kol, taking a vacation of ten days. He has his left arm carefully upholstered en account of a recent vacinat ion, there hav ing been a case of Bmall pox imported into camp from Sonora. It was removed to a distance of three miles and there quarantined while precautions were takeu at the camp against any Bpread of the contagion. The Vekol mill is running to its full capacity and the mine is producing its usual quota of rich ore. Next munth the mill will reduce a quantity of ore from the Great Eastern and Mayflower claims, belonging to Messrs. Chillson & Hinds, nh chare under lease to Mr. H. Hinds. The ore is said to be high grade and the mines are developing in a very satisfactory manner. Supt. A. H. Elliott is working a force of men on the Queen of Sheba mine, which is proving fully up to the expecta tions of its owners and promises to be come one of the best propertsie in the county. A big strike is reported In the Mon arch mine, under bond to Chaa. Matt & Co., of Kansas City, and a sale will probably be made to them In a few dayF, Messrs. E. A. Howard, Jere Fryer and Mr. CummingB went to the mine this week and another of the purchasers will arriveinafew days to consummate the transfer. No visitors are allowed to en ter the mine at present. It is reported that a contract is to be let for sinking on the Jack Rabbit mine by Mr. W. C. Smith, with a view to further developing this promising prop erty. Mr. H. Blauvelt is opening several of his claims near the Jack Rabbit which give great promise of being real bonan zas. A largo force of men are at work on the Silver Reef mines, recently sold by Mr. J. C. Loss to St. Louis parties. Mr. Ed. Ayers, of Florence, has been selected as foreman and is now at the mines. Mr. J. C. Loss returned from St. Louis on Tuesday. I he general prospects of the mining sec tion south of the railroad were never better and several very important camps are being formed. When developments warrant several mills will be erected and the prosperty of that portion of Pinal county will be assured. The finest turnouts in the country and the best stock, at Drew & Bamrick's livery stable. The Public Koads. Those whose duty calls them over the public highways ask the attention of the several road overseers and the board of Supervisors to the condition of the reads in several directions, with the hope that needed repairs will be made. The Casa Grande road, over which a very large volume of travel passes, requires atten tion in many places snd more particularly at McLellan' s well, where a culvert and a raise in the grade is needed. The freighters that return to the railroad with light loads are willing to haul gravel for the purpose of repairs at a lit tle expense, for they feel a direct inter est in the condition of the roads over which they travel and they express a preference for better roads at even cheaper rates for hauling. This road is one of the utmost importance to the pub lic and it should bo placed in the best possible condition. 1 he road to Globe, from Riverside to the Gila county line, is also reported to be in a deplorable condition. The heavy rains have badly washed It out in many places and boulders have tilled it in others. Sham pilches where rocky ledges abruptly terminate make it ex tremely difficult for heavily loaded teams to make even fair progress. The Gila county authorities will repair that por tion of the road lying within that county, and responsive efforts should be made by those of Pinal county. This is the main thoroughfare by which Globe is reached and it is greatly to the interests of this county to have it always kept in a good traveling condition. A new and direct road to the Owl Heads should likewise be opened. There are several very promising mining camps growing up in that district that will derive their grain, hay and'other supplies trom this place if a good road Is provided. Mr. Wm. Clarke says that an expendi ture of fifty dollars in addition to the private contributions he can secure, will build a first-class road to that district, the main work required being the re moval of the brush and cactus from the proposed route. The new law governing the expendi ture of road funds upon the basis of the number of miles of public highways in each district is not a just one, for the level valley roads do not require the same amount of expenditures for repairs as the mountain roads. The supervisors might stretch a point, however, where the public good requires the exercise of their discretlenary authority, and ex tend such aid as the exigencies of the circumstances require. The people would endorse such action for it would be Bolely for the public good. Sam Drachman, of Tucson, not only sells the best cigars in the Territory, but is agent for the Louisiana Lottery and will sell tickets that win. The Reymert nines. Judge J. D. Walker returned on Mon day from a visit to San Francisco. By an agreement with the J. D. Reymert Mining Company ho now assumes the absolute management and control of thoir mines and mill at De Noon and will hereafter conduct them in his own name. During the past few months of his temporary management of the mine he has demonstrated his ability to sur mount every obstacle to the successful treatment of the ores and has introduc ed the most radical system in haudling and treating the ores. He contemplates making other changes and additions to the mill and , if the water supply de velops as Well as the present indications promise, the capacity of the mill will be largely increased. The ore bodies warrant the erection or a large plant, but a reasonable caution in a business sense suggests a gradual increase of fa cilities upon a basis of the output of the plant. The ohange In the control of the prop erties may be considered a puplic good as well as a private advantage, for Mr, Walker will succeed in making it fam ous for its rich returns and ample divi dends, and it will soon take rank among the best productive mines in the Terrl tory. Rooms To Rent. Several very pleasant, clean and well furnished rooms to let in connection with my boarding house on Main street. Mrs. J . x BYTON. 40,000 pounds of lime for silt at J. M. Ochoa s. IT COS TOO MUCH. Th Bad Experience which Befell os of the Alton. In tbe early days of the direct tea trade with China, importers were anxious to secure th earliest cargoes of a new crop. The fastest clipper ships were engaged in the trade. Great haste in loading them was followed by a bot race to reach New York first. The first cargo brought the best price and large profits. The successful Captain was always rewarded, so every known aid to navigation was adopted. The young captain of one ol Mr. Aator's clippers bought, on one of his trips, a new chronometer, and with its aid made a quick passage, and arrived first. He put the price of it into tbe ex panse account of the trip, but Mr. Astor threw it out, insisting that snch an item of expense for new tangled notions could not be allowed. The Captain thereupon resigned and took service with a rival line. The next year he reached port long In advance of any competitor, to the great delight and profit of his employers, and the chagrin of Mr. Astor. . Not long after they chanced to meet, and Mr. Aster enquired : "By the way, Captain, how ranch did that Chronometer cost you 7" "Six hundred dollars," then, with a quizzical glance, he asked : "And how much has it cost yon, Mr. ABtor?" "Sixty thousand dollars." Men are often unfortunate in the re jection of what they call new tangled notions. There are sick men who refuse, even when their physicians tell them they cannot help them, to take Warner's safe cure, because it is a "new-fangled" pro prietary medicine. The result is they lose life and health. Thousands of other men have been re stored to health by it, as the testimonials furnished to the public show. These testimonials cannot be doubted. The proprietors have a standing offer of $5,000 to any orfe who will show that any testimonial published by them is not, so far as they know, entirely true. Dr. Andrew Wilson, Fellow of the Royal Society, of Edinburg, the editor of "Health," London, Eng., says in his magaxine, in answer to cm enquiry, "Warner's safe cure is of a perfectly sale character, and perfectly reliable." The refusal of a manufacturing firm to pay for the patent of a new invention by one of their workmen, cost them their entire business. A new firm took out the patent and were soon enabled to make goods enough cheaper to drive the old firm out of business ; and many a physician is dally finding his patients, long-time chronic invalids, unaccount ably restorted to health by the use of the fnew kidney specific. New tangled notions are sometimes very valuable, and it costs too much to foolishly reject them. Board ot Supervisors). Official. Orrics Board or Scpbbvisobs Or Pinal Cocntt Florence, Ja uary 25, 1888. J The Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present Supervisors D. C. Stevens A. Macy and Wm. E. Guild Clerk. Absent Chairman T. D. Hammond. Minutes of last meeting read and approv ed. On motion D, C. Stevena was appointed Chairman pro tern. On motion it wm ordered that the right Af way as granted by A. Lancer for bridge site across the Florence canal be put in writing. Bid for constructing the bridge across the Florence Canal was taken up and opened and the contract awarded to A. T. Colton at $500. It was ordered thahe be notified to file a bond in the sum of SW0. On motion Mr. Brady waa allowed $30 per month rent for the County Hospital for the current year. On motion the following demands on the Treasurer were allowed and the Clerk instruct ed to draw warrants in payment of same. GSNEBAL FUND. Leo Goldachmidt, Mat trass for County Hospital 824 00 J.C. Harris, burying paupar 15 00 The Bancroft Co., Books to Recorder 189 25 W. J. Benson, J. P. fees, 19 00 E. D. Meeke. Blanket furnished to bury corpse 4 00 COKTIKOEST VDifD. W. E. Guild, freight on books for Re corder 7 26 R. H. Martin, Too's s to Road Overseer 9 ! Q On motion the Clerk was instructed to pur chase for the road overseer No. 4 12 picks 4 shovels and 1 8-foot bar. On motion it was ordered that the follow ing parties file additional bonds in the follow ing sums, in place of the sureties mentioned. L. K. Drais, in the sum of 8500 in place of C. F. Murray, surety. J. Fryer, as assessor, in the sum of $1000 in place of E. Cadotte, surety. J. Fryer, as collector, in the sums of 12000, in place of Harry Pateman; 81000 in place of Henry Schoschusen; (1000, in place of V. O. Donnelly, sureties. J. Fryer, as sheriff, In the sum of ?2000, in place of Jas. Brash; 91000 in place of C. F Murray, sureties. J ' M. Ochoa, as treasurer, in the sum of $2000, in place of Jas. Brash, surety. Geo. Scott, as Justice of the Peace, In the earn of 500, in place of F. O. Donnelly, sur ety. H. E. Kemp & Co., wwm, Wagons. Buggies, m Apicultural imilBments, By the Car Agents for Columbus Buggies, Bain Farm Wagons, Racine Wagons and Carriages John Deere Plows, Acme Harrows and McCormick Mowers. W Kav purchased th ttotk of tht Phtznix Hardware Company and art making Large Addition. New Blacksmith Shop WEST of FLORENCE HOTEL. Gonzales & Santa Cruz, Proprietors. All kinds of Blackamitfung and Wagon work satisfactorily dune at VERY LOW KATES. . Call and give u a Triul. Bo. J. WTiiteside, as Recorder, in the sum of $500, in place of C. F. Murray, surety. R. C. and O. W. Brown, Printing, to file a naw bond. On motion the Clerk waa allowed the um of $62.50 a quarter for the cm rent year for ex tra clerical service. The Probate Judge audited the accounts of the Supervisors as follows: A. Macy, mileage and per diem, 19 00 D. C. Ptevens " ' 6 20 On motion the Board adjourned uutil March 5th 1888. Attest D. C. STEVENS, Wm. E. Guild Chairman pro tern. Clerk. Drew & Bamrick are the mail contract ors to Silver King and Pinal. Tne best s ock and quickest time made. A Good Bargain. A pair of splendid gold scales of 300 ozs. capacity, that originally cost $550, will we sold cheap for cash. For par ticulars apply at this office. Tunnel Saloon. MAIN STREET, FLORENCE. Tne very best of Wines Liquors and Cigars WILL ALWAYS BE KEPT ON HAND. Call in and give my goods a trial. M.M. Hickey, Prop. JULIUS LUEDKE. DEALER IK Watches, docks, Jewelry and Spectacles. Watches Clocks and Jewelry repair ed and warranted. Orders left at the Florence Hotel, or sent by Mail or Express will be promptly attended to. PETAL ARIZONA. experience in Um preparation of mora than One Hundred AnikltAAUnna fnr iat.nrtt In the United Slates and Toreisn ooto-" trie, the publisher of tbe Scientina American continue to act as solicitor for patent, caveats, trade-marks, oopr riarfata. eta., for the United States, and to obtain patent in Oanada, England, France, German, and all other countries. Their experi ence to noequaled od their ffvoiliiiea axe tuuur- Drawings and speofSoatlons prepared and filed ' in tbe Patent Office on short notice. Terms very reasonable. No charge for examination ot mode or drawings. Advioe by mail free. Patents obtained through MunnOo.Snotioed In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has the largest circulation and is the most influential newspaper of its kind published ia tbe world. The advantages of such a notion every patentee understand. 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S lifflFliSir l After !toftreanf It KJ II TkMiaawl m DEI.IBiQlET LIST Of Persons and Property Owing Taxes to Pinal County, Terri tory or Arisona, February 4th, Tax and costs Areballo Jesus, u lot 43, Florence townslte, aud improvement 4 03 Armstrong Richard, one frame dwelling. South S. King works, Silver King, and persona) property 5 97 Angelly Win, one frame dwelling south of tiilver King and persoi&I property 12 33 AO urn F A, Oold mill, KiTerside 8 50 Atlas Mining Co, store buildiag, shops and oorrals at Bed Rock 13 91 Bracamonte Felictano. personal property S 69 Bailey Mary B, e blk 64 and improvement, Flor ence towntite Bailey Mary E, nj block 104 and improreiaeats, Florence townsite Baiiey Mary E, ui nw fractional i sec 3, tp S S, B & K, and improvements Bailey Mary E, 4 undivided interest block 97, Florence, and improvements Bailey Mary E, undivided interest In ne) sec 34, tp 4 8, R 9 E, and improvement, 60 acres, and personal property 240 64 Bond J W, one frame cabin south side Silver Kins street. Silver King 3 34 Brock John J, one bouse known as Everett House, Oasa Grande 3 54 Boulton James, one stone cabin North Silver King Co's works, Silver King 3 39 Brown Thomas, one frame bote! building opposite railroad depot, Maricopa, and personal property SO 50 Bates Edwd A, n aud Be sec 23, tp 5 S, R 15 K, tiling and improvement, 120 acres, and personal property 17 38 Bates Mrs A W, personal property 15 94 Bates John T, filing preemption sw of nej and sei of sei see 22, tp 5 8, R 15 E, Improvements, 160 acres, and personal property GO 71 Bauerle Simon, ranch and Improvement near Dudleyville, about half mile ,above H. Scho shuaen 4 78 Cadotte Eugene, n block 105 and Improvements, n 1-3 block 106 and iuiDrovements. Florence, sand nersonal nroperty 65 36 Cairns Alex B, block 59, Wheat's Addition, and personal property B 01 CulberUou Charles, one stone cabin no Williams Hotel, suver mug i wj Caul lion Patrick, ranch and water ditch about 8 miles from tne mouih oi tne Aravaipa, in tbe Aravaipa canyon, known as Cashion's ranch, and nersonal property 7 30 Carr James, personal property 105 35 DeArmitt Hill, fractional part se, see 36, tp 4 8, R 9 E. 62 acres, and personal property 35 91 Douglas James, filing nwj, sec i, tp 6 8, R 9 S, and personal property 58 67 Duran Jose, personal property 68 51 Debourge Laura E, one adobe dwelling on Queen Creek, Pinal, and personal property 16 98 Deutcb Wm, one adobe dwelling on Queen Creek, Pinal 1 79 Drydeu A H, one frame house at Mineral Hill, e of Specie Paying Co aesy office, and pen prop 6 09 Davis Geo O, gw of nejt, sec 8, tp 10 S, R 10 E, pre emption and improvements and pers prop 9 60 Dodaon D L, personal property 38 00 Dodson F 0, ranch and improvements, Mesavilla, 160 acres 17 43 Dodson J N",n of ne of nej, and net of se, sec 33, tp 6 S R 16 E, ItiOacrjB, and pers property 49 38 Dodsoo D B, ranch and improvement. 160 acres, and personal property 49 56 Duboise J E, one small bouse. Southern Belle, one small frame bouse, Maramom, ana pers prop y tu Elliott W V, lot 143 Florence towusite and per sonal property 7 Emerson M. T, nl lot 108. Florence 1 34 French C A, personal property 3 70 JtTarnngton tuoKU, two iocs ana improvements, Maricona. and personal property 43 85 Finch Geo R, ranch and improvements and per sonal property 10 55 Finley Samuel W, improvements on old Ellsworth ranch, Han rearo river, sear uocuon s rancn, and personal property 8 79 Gabriel J P, personal property 10 58 Gallardo Antonio, personal property 8 39 unjalba PaAquai, rancn ana improvements, iw acres, and personal property 8 06 Guidacan Joee M, preemption filing adjoining Fat Holland's, 160 acres, and personal property 8 48 Green James, one frame house south of Mrs. O' Boyle's Hotel, Silver King, 8 06 Horton W B, block 54, Wheat's Addition T 00 HoUand Mrs E, sw, sec 30, tp 4 S, R 10 E, and improvements and personal property 134 56 Holland Pat. cattle ranch 35 miles se of Florence Holland Pat, swi, sec 30, tp 4 S, R 10 E, and imps Holland Pat, nwl, sec 30, tp 4 8, R 10 E Hohand Pat, swi. sec 30, tp 4 S, R 10 E Holland Pat, nw, sec 39, tp 4 S, R 10 E 350 91 Hodge Alex, frame dwelling ne Wildman't store aud personal property 13 33 Hafford Mrs H N, bouse and lot adjoining Brown hotel, Maricopa T 00 Halderman B F, one adobe house, Mammoth, and personal property 9 W Hartzell Mrs Annie M, two houses and oorral at Mammoth and personal property u w Hackberry Mining Co, buildings at Mineral Creek and nenional nmnertv 73 04 Hailiday L W, wj. of ne 1-4 and n ot nw 1-4, seo xi, tp 4 a, it 14 ik, ana unprovements, ou acres, and personal property 38 15 Harter M W, frame saloon west side Silver Klcg street. Pina.1. and nersonal nronertr 51 61 Jensen F, or. e adobe cabin south aid Brown st, Pinal, aod personal property 8 17 Jago E B, one frame house, Mammoth 4 03 James JohnT.se 1-4 of se 1-4, sec 35, tp 4 S.R 34 ana improvements ana personal property j w Euehl Brick, adobe house north aide Brown st, Pinal. Kiirl rwirsnnal nronartv 16 53 Kirkland J H. house and lot in Maricopa and per sonal property 0 73 Lemon C W, preemption filing se 1-4, sec 35. tp 4 S, K 9 E, improvements, 160 acre Lemon C W, timber culture filing n sw 1-4 and s nw 1-4. sec 10, tp 5 s, k 8 Hi, iw acres fLQV. 34n auPMti Rnri nM-sorial nrooerts 14 46 Lonez Manuel, personal property 68 Larapker W H, barber shop first west Williams' Hotel, Silver King, ana personal proper j vx Lee Sin, frame and canvas house second east of Williams, S S King, and personal property T 17 TM Win it aatiTM hniut. north of Wildicau's. Silver Kioir. and personal property 4 49 Lattin Fred, ranch and improvements, 160 acres, Ihidlovrilln And nersonal nroDertv 16 06 Lattin Mrs Amy. personal property, Dudleyville 30 40 Lattin W A, ranch and improvements, 216 acres, DudleyviUe, and personal property 69 97 Martin R H, ej of el, seo 4, to 6 S. R 9 E, 160 acres; si of nw 1-4 aud si of ne 1-4, sj of n of nw 1-4. si of ni of nei, w 1-2 of sw 1-4, nw 1-4 of ne 1-4 and sw 1-4 of sw 1-4, sea 3, tp 6 S, R 9 E, 400 acres; w 1-2 of e 1-3, see 4, tp 5 S, R 9 E, 160 anrm- imnrnvementA aq above described land aud personal property 414 08 Mason Aaron, 1-2 block 125x125 south and near Alamo Amarilla ditch. Main street, Florence, knmrn a Pinto house block, and improvements and personal property 149 36 Mason Aaron, Guardian, a 1-3 of ne 1-4. n 1-1 se 1-4, sec 33, tp 4 3, R 9 E, and improvements, 160 acres; Mason Aaron, Guardian, undivided 1-9 Interest se 1-4 of ne 1-4, ne 1-4 of s 1-4, seo 31, tp 4 8, R 9 e, 80 acres; Mason Aaron, Guardian, undivided 1-3 interest e 1.9 n 1-4 and e 1-2 sw 1-4. see 4. tn 4 8. R 9 E. ' 80 acres, aud persona! property - 134 79 fimla.n ThnmAi Int. onrral and stable. Pinal st. Pinal 15 94 M.i.f.ri Tnt nn.Amnt.1nn flllnff. nir 1-4. flea 31. in 4 S. it 10 E, and improvement, and pen prop 8 66 Mrlattl R lulnhe dwelljnff wast of Muting dwell ing, Pinal, and personal property ft 67 Moreno R, Xrame bouse north side Pearl st, Pinal; rnch near (i Robloa. and imnrovementa and personal property 44 74 Murray Charles F, frame saloon west sld surer Kine street. Pinal: frame house east side Silver Kins street, Pinal, and personal property 43 29 MtinriKll A .1 frame dwellins west of BllTar Sine . - and personal property 40 98 Mellor N H. nersonal property 100 71 MGrath Albert, personal property 7 00 McVeizh A. Cottonwood ranch and improvements. Grif ranch and improvements and pers prop 54 70 Mormon J K M, bouse In Mammoth and personal property - 6 33 Kiemeyer H K, frame dwelling northeast Wild m&n's store, stone acd frame cabin northeast of Wildman's store, Pinal, and personal property 10 02 Nutting A B, adobe store on Top aud Bottom st, 0.iuu. Grande: adobe house. Main street. Casa Grande, and personal property 10 44 Nicholson R T, personal property 4 04 Neileon Neals, personal proptxty 1 85 Pttinirill F C. ranch on San Pedro river, near Mammoth, and personal property 17 68 Putnam & Sons w u. house with corraL vamp Grant Wash, and personal property 48 74 Pinal Con Mining Co. houses and imps at Colum bia and Belle mines and personal property 275 96 Rapp Charles, 21 feet front block 104, Florence townsite. and imnrovements: block 122. Florence and improvements and pen nroperty 61 S2 Romero Feliciano. block 16. 1 lorence tovrnsite 1 80 ReaviB E M, ranch house on Keavn -s ranch. 20 miles north ef Final, and personal property 10 58 Ray Copper Co, personal property S28 20 Salazar Dolores, personal property 4 87 Salino Loretto, lot 121, Florence t'nsite 1 80 Simonds W O, personal property 2 54 Seirobia A. block 88. Florence townsite. and personal property 6 48 Sarrack Geo H. adobe dwelline east of M, E. church, PinaL and pers prop 7 32 Sine San, adobe house east side Mam street, iourtn place viuiia uiuck, j. i- and personal property S 89 South King Mining Co, frame dwelling first west of O'Boyle's hotel; stone cabin first west South King shaft, Silver King 6 71 Sing Wing, frame and stone building ne G. W. Simpson's and pers prop 5 67 Salazar Epifanio, adobe house north railroad water tank, Caaa Grande, and personal pr operty 12 68 Shaw Harry, frama dwelling at River side and personal property 8 35 Snyder D H, personal property 4 04 Soule E B, personal property 16 90 Schneider J, ranch and improvements, Dudleyville, and persnnal property 24 39 Schoshusen H, ranch and improveme'ts, Owl Heads, and personal property 14 45 Scott Geo E, Scott stack ranch and im provements; "New Racket" ranch and imps and personal property 225 86 Scott Marshall E, nw, sac 5, tp 10 S, R 18 E, preemption and improve ments and personal property 22 95 Selleck D C & Bro, mill site and im provements: ranch and improve ments, school land, aec 36, tp 5, Dud leyville, and personal property 110 42 Trinkner Charles, ni sej, sec 20, tp 4 S, R 10 K, 160 acres, and pars prop 34 79 Tharsing Henry N, adobe house south ride Brown st, Pinal, and pers prop 7 39 Unknown Owner, block 169, Florence towrsite 1 81 Unknown Owner, block 192, Florence townsite 1 79 Unknown Owner, block 193, Florence townsite 1 81 Unknown Owner, block 196, Florence townsite 1 79 Walker J N, eJ block 123 and improve ments, F'orence, and pers property 94 33 Wilwn J V, adobe house one-half mile north Gi!a bridge, on unsurveyed government land, known as Wilson's ranch; small adobe house at Casa Grande and personal property 26 30 6 56 Whitesides Bo J, adobe house opposite school house, Pinal, and pers prop Whitlock Ed, wl of nej and wj of sej, sec 31, tp a S, it 18 IS; lot 1 of nei, sec 6, tp 10 S, R 18 K, preemption; wj of sej of nej and nej se J, sec 31, tp 9 8, K 18 E, homestead, and per sonal nroDertv 58 09 124 83 12 08 4 03 29 79 Whitlow J W, ranch and imps 20 miles north ot lorence and pers prop Walbridge Sol, dwelling house, Casa Grande, and personal property Wilson Charles, frame house Top and Bottom street, Casa Grande Williams G W, improvements on ne, sec 22, tp 9 S, K 17 E, and pers prop WinkelmanF & P, sej, sec 15, tp 5 S, R 15 E, homestead, proved up, no pat ent; nej swj, Bee 14, tp 5 S, R 15 E, desert entry, title perfected; WJ swi, see 10, tp 5 S, R 15 E, patent; nw, sec 15, tp 5 S, R 15 E, desert filing; ej se and nw of se, sec 9, tp 5 S, R 15 E, timber claim; preemption claim; improvements on above lands and personal property 165 27 4 04 Woodpecker Mining Co, improvements on Woodpeaker mine Wood E D, homestead filing, ej sw and wj se, sec 1U, tp I , K lb i; e nw, sec 22, tp 7 R 16 E and im provements and personal property 12 87 89 45 Williams Isaac, personal property Delinquent Ltst School District No. 1. Areballo Jesus, ni lot 43, Florence townsite. and improvements 1 33 Atlas Mining Co, buildings and im provements, iied ltoclt 2 70 1 21 Bracamonte F, personal property Bailey Mary E, ej block 64 and im provements, r lorence townsite; 115 block 104 and improvements, Flor ence townsite; n J nw fraction sec 2, tp 5 S, R 9 E, and improvements; one-half undivided interest block 79 and improvements, Florence, nd personal pronertv 21 42 Cadotte Eugene, nj block 105 and im provements, Florence; nj uiock luo and improvements and pers property 7 OS 2 65 2 16 5 22 7 34 7 30 2 60 1 09 1 30 1 94 1 73 Cairns A B, block 59 Wheat's Addi tion and personal property Copeland I, se of nw, sec 34, tp 4 S, R9E DeArmitt Hill, fractional part se, sec 3b. tn 4 S. K 9 i. and pers property Douglass James, filing nw, sec 1, tp 5 S.Ki)K. imps and pers prop Duran Jose, personal property Elliot W V, lot 143, Florence townsite, and personal property Emerson M F, n J lot 108, Florence i rench (J A, personal property Gabriel J P, personal property Gallardo Antonio, personal property Gnidican J M, preemption filing ad joining Pat Holland's, improvements and personal property 2 69 1 60 14 38 Horton W B, blk 54, Wheat's Addifn Holland Mrs E, bw, sec 30, tp 4 S, R 10 Hi, improvements and pers prop Holland Pat, cattle ranch 35 miles se of Florence; sw, sec 30, tp 4 S, R10 E, and improvements; nw, sec 30, tp 4 S, R 10 E; sw, sec 30, tp 4 S, R 10 E; nw, sec 29, tp 4 S, R 10 E 24 18 Lemon Charles W, preemption filing, se, seo 25, tp 4 S, R 9 E, and im provements; timber culture filing, n sw and sj nw, sec 10, tp 5 S, R 8 E; desert land claim, nj, sec 31, tp 5 S, R 9 E, and personal property Lopez Manuel, personal property Martin R H, e of ej, sec 4, tp 5 S, R 9 E; si of nw, sj of ne, sj of n j of nw, sj of n J of ne, w J of sw, nwi of sel and sw of sw, sec 3, and wj 3 24 1 30 of E, sec 4, tp 5 8, R 9 E, improve ments and personal property Mason Aaron, block 125x125, Pinto house, Florence, imps and pers prop Mason Aaron, Guardian, undivided 40 25 15 73 one-half interest sel of Be, ne of of se, sec 31, tp 4 S, R 9 E; undi vided one-half interest ej nw, ej bw, Bee 4, tp 4 S, R 9 E Morgan Pat, preemption filing, nw, sec 31, tp 4 S, R 10 E, improvements . and personal property Kapp Charles, 21 feet TrontDTocElOir Florence townsite and improvements; block 122, Floience, improvements and personal property Romero Feliciano, blk 16, Florence Schoshusen John, personal property Salazar Dolores, personal property Salino Loretto, lot 121, Florence Simonds W O, personal property Segobia A, block 88, Florence town Bite, and personal property Trinkner Charles, nj sel, sec 20, tp 4 S, R 10 E, and personal property Unknown Owner, block 169, Florence townsite Unknown Owner, block 196, Florence townsite Unknown Owner, block 192, Florence townsite Unknown Owner, block 193, Florence Walker J N, si block 123 and impa and personal property, Florence Williams Isaac, personal property 8 04 2 68 6 68 1 13 4 14 1 40 1 13 1 20 2 50 5 12 1 13 1 13 1 13 1 14 10 65 4 62 Office Sheriff Pinal Cocntt, ) Flob?NCB, February 4, 1888. ) Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the District Court of the Second Judicial District, in and for Pinal county, Arizona, at the next ensuing term thereof, for judgment against the lands and real estate and personal property described in the above and foregoing lists for said taxes, costs and interest, and for an order to sell the same for the satisfaction thereof; and I also give notice that on the Monday next succeeding the day fixed by law for the commencement of such term of the District Court, all the land and real estate and personal property, for the sale of which an order shall have been made, will be ex posed for sale at the Court House, Florence, Pinal county, Arizona Territory, for the amount of taxes, interest and cost due there on. JERE FRYER, Sheriff and ex-Officio Tax Collector. Notice of Forfeiture Florence, Tbrritort of Arizojta, ) County of Pinal, Jan. 30, 1888. j" To E. E. Chilson and R. W. Chilson or those claiming under them. You are hereby notified that I have ex pended Two Hundred Dollars in labor and improvements upon the Home Ticket mining claim situate in the Casa Grande Mining Dis trict, Pinal county, Territory of Arizona, and adjoining the Reward mine on the south. The said Two Hundred Dollars having been expended as follows to wit: One hnndred dol lars in the year 1886 and one hundred dollars in the year 1S87, in order to hold said claim under the provisions cf Sec 2324, Revised Statutes of the U. S., for the y-ar ending Dec. 81, 1886 and Dec. 31, 1887. That I have contributed your portions therefor. Therefor, if within ninety days after the service of this notice of publication you fail or refuse to contribute your proportions of such expenditure, as co-owners, your interests will become the property of the undersigned, un der the said Sec. 2324. K.A.E, KEENER. Notice ot Pre-emption Proof. Declaratory Statement No. 1437. U. S. LAND OFFICE, I Tucson, Arizona, Jan. 21, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the U. S. District Court at Flor ence, Arizona, on the 13th day of March, 1888, viz: William Steffy of Riverside, Pinal county, Arizona, for the 8. W. Section 21 T. 4. S. R. 14 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land viz.: Thomas Desmond of River side, Pinal Co., A. T., J. Fryer of Florence Pinal County, A. T., H. Thomas, of Florence Pinal county, A. T., and Jose Ochoa, Flor ence Pinal county, Arizona. A D. DVJFF, Register. La. State L. Agent of La. State L. for Pacific Coast au thorized agent of Original Little Louisiana of San Francisco, Cal. Whole Tickets 50cts. Halves 25cts. Send for circulars. . Address letters, WALTER P. OAKES Care of Wells. Farso ft Co., San Fbancisco, Cal. (Mention this paper '