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THE ARIZONA BEPUBL1CAN: TUESDAY MONING, MAY 9. 18!)3.
MESA CITY, ARIZONA, MAY 0, 1803.
liSlO.000 Hotel to Be Eroctod
ia Race at Which 93,000 was
ifr Babb'tt made us a pleasant cull
.i...iiPcauiB in laden with una-
n,l Kindiree, with his race horaes,
ylfcr I'luenlx vettrrday.
nerai ruu ii ini waiiar hi
Biotfite this morning.
the Harden flowering with all the colors
w. iiiiuik, iunrcenai en roues yet
v.v....i...K, iiiu ungtii uuuneieu array ol
uioriiliiii irlorlen, tlio qneenlv cliryean
tnenum, thetitnrry anttred 'flowers of
vry clime euiilo temptingly nt you
Sl'ilP1rii the ttately quienoftlio vear.
While lapped in mellow haw, tliu'lion
hearted sycamore, the Riant oak, the
cathedral-lowered eucalyptus, )0 wa.
Jng palms, the sleeping pepper, the
weeoinir willow first prabrnce the morn
Ins hitht, and mufiled music of the
wind playing among the unfolded leaves
tell us too plainly that this la spring's
xno son ana balmy breezes aro ever
fanning hills and valleys and kissing
inn mil mm ruiy cneeK oi mo maiden
n she dreams of her first lovu; it brings
now lire and new hopes to the nged and
with the power of a necromancer it
touches their fevered brows anil no in
structs the faded airy castles of a lost
youth, and rollins on it dovu-llko winjrs
it lifts up the hoary old mountain sides
until it itreet a sunktssed morning sky.
Fairexpertant Mesa, thy verv breath
in tho breath ol sunshine unci summer.
Progression and industry are stamped
upon your noble brows, "and ever over
thee Is spread ihe voluptuous mantle
of prosperity, while above and around
thee un atmosphere of health is panop.
lied. The cro.wied queen of the year,
fuir April, like a goddecs of the orient
points with her nnitlovrd hand toward
this wondrou land where the mockine
birds are singing melodious as tho re
irain ol a church choir j she shows to
an the world this great palace filled
with unbounded wealth and beauty, fit
abode for man, maid and matron. "
What stranger wanderirg here from
a laud of snow and ice, but like me,
would lea -n to loe thee, oh thou
mighty, btautiful, wonderful valley
robed in eternal perennial sunshine.
First inhabited by the ancient Aztec
who knew your worth long Iwforo the
white man's proud form ever graced
the western world. With greater tnva
try than the iijndoo magician, the
magic wand of industry hat) changed
thy desolate acres into a beautiful pan
orama coered with the richett verdure
of the tropics and raiting in our foot
hills mighty cunnls running merrily
along, laughing in ttieir tilwry sheen,
SOUTH SIDE TRADING CO.
Staple and Fancy
MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. I MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS.
A GARDEN SPOT.
Cornerof Main and
William Passey & Sons,
Ico Croam Evory
v p.nnerv made a business trip to
p I W'snh, of Lihi, was in the city
et orday last on business.
Vf I'imery drovo to the capital
cl.thn mowing on business.
ir Chu'- uornian inane a uminosB
tm Neilierton returned from a buoi
Kitrip to tlie capit it city this morn
. Hsrknev ol lilohe. is in our city.
j, j making final proof on his laud
r R. L. Kossnn. county troasurer
I,: J ife speu. Sunday with Daniel
wy- ... ,. .
vr. orion, nee nuss may urauam
IwlfJIier many friends in l.elil over
Ed Lone purcliaeed a lot in this city
i:l nil luiraeuiateiy erect & house
Mr. II II. McNeil, of the printing
IHjpini of riuenix, Is in our city on
Itiecl.il cwjb last Satt.rdav Miller
IriRi'', a verdict for tho plaintiff was
T i'et enterprise for Mea City is
ic m-tructlon of a $10,000 hotel im-
RjmXiMr and Mrs Kenan of Lohi
IaM'nUv .i boy. .Mother and son are
i.an uninv ihii. nn rnLii run' nr inn - .
w . ...-.. - .. .... ..... ing nrmneritv anil tilpntv irmmtiliMtitlv
gptii.i t on bminess connected with ), the l.Rpuy homes of nil w ho dwell
i'- innrpih. M i nr,i
mhv..t!.i.i.ii .ii .'. .x...
laf Mnjoi-iew iu'ius was neiii
One Door ffeit uf Mem City Hank
By tlie onh. Side to
GO TO TUE
Mesa Trading Co.
HE FARMERS EXCHANGE
rny Morn Vnr U'lmt You Hare
To Sell Anil OIvhk Ynu More
For Your Moui-y Tliaii
Any lloiun In
Don't Fail to Visit Them.
they glide into tins preat nlley carry
tnl '- IIhII on last hunday inorn-
liin I evening.
Vr I 1 Forester and Mr. Cuhrr are
lfi3:'oe ei'i a lire furniture store on
lliiasiri-e' i mil) ill I nt e ly.
Ih Irak in .4ons on th adjoining
I Co. Op Imxilint; hnvo completed .he
btiJiDir to one story in height.
.naLnn w a taken down to tho
IB'ue S'Hiiin Uih morning niter a
hrituv ai Im home near thiit citv.
Jssni irrivin, fonurerly of Globe but
i:i ii ln In.'Hlen, Ual., has about
P iead if untie on pasture betuten
5ncn Ufrrera, the Mexican who his
let" el , sainrda for beating his
I ! t lined UO and cost in Justko
(jfo Sch.iin vk, one of Mesa'x most
I ffopous f iuii growers, wnt- in the
t i in rnng on business connected
' C It Huts sold his gold mine
il L uih-th ltlon ranL-e ioi i2ll.0llll
riiminr liaj proen to be the hcxi in
lleW'titorj atniMn as high as $3,U0
ptr r n
lwaone hundred nnd fifty persons
l bkiii ietf Mt-fii City lor the
l'5'X' In r li lh unv nl 1'n'nvitt. Ai.li
I In .ml Denver, rhey will go with
lti Mill hnre to l'rpanitt.
It neu i tu trinuiowu last I'ridsv
i-UFn,(iai nartv was LMen. tlie
"cn n wrt-i puseJ in dancing. About
wj hxewu ties were tirt-aent who
b;m lifin.elvts immeiiselv.
IdHiorsr rate on lit Satur ay was
Jt by the 1'unsey horfo over Col.
r0 t-e'ri lutru lit. ir.ll ft...! (Iittr
Km imiV'fil hands. More than u
wiml people wittitSH'd the race.
fA O'llren, of nver, Colo.,
"t. purtha nl a home near this
J' ' ni't Sitiinlay fur Denver,
-""irumlher hiubaml whl make
"Hji-llienln III in. iv.. In thill nllnv In
auinthe Month or April.
"2 at - Fr,e I're-..
J1' bcminfm blossoming month of
jj"wtii us and tlie unmatured
. '-"-Hery chine and every imiue
, upon bending houelis, nlieady
Jfi ''h their unharvested buiden
Za lUiiiing beds of (lowers form
'""ihiurptft of beauty, and tho
ith f"z 9are everywhere enricliul
u- fraurHnce of the magnolias,
""l. and rn-es. Ourflnes.t sennes
. ""- aied with the wine of per
U'rj"u n,u ,om I'lofsoms and
, " ''it nlwns and everywhere
, "uutiieejo with nil the colored
r ' tho rainbow. The cold,
lnri l.i ..l..?
I,, ' Kiuinir nana oi iron huh
William M. Gilbert Ins
bull for sale.
n flr.u Jersey
.MESA CITV LIVERY AND FEED SATBLE.
FINK KIUS, l'KICES ItEASONAIILK,
Calt mid try us.
Ho for White Dills Mining Camp !
Trl-U'eeUly SUico Line.
Through In one dy: S-peni?er, i hont
thoroughbrate mcon; chnnie liorw Ht Crons
ranch mul At .MhuiiIhIh Hprlnpv Icavm King
n nn MomUy. SViilnvaiUy miiU Friday Ht 7 30 k
in , mid arrives at nimp at 7 p. m mtina ilay.
Lchtls White HlllHUainp Tuoilay, lhurHj
ami -latiinUT a 8 a in., and arrives at King
mniuf. pin mmeilay.
Fnre. i, Irel7lu3c
Bhorttuit ami most direct route tn the New
White Hills uilnlnir camp. Stagu ofllce at Mort
the W II Tautart Mercatitlln company. Extrn
(ouveyancct on application.
CKOSS Si HI , fro.',
The flrst ofTenso may bo an impulse
the second, never.
Spring is tho "jimmy" that opens tho
; ' Florence and Casa Grande Stage.
Btnee leaves Casa Grande at 7a. m.. each
innrnlug.irrlvoiat Florence at 11.30a.m.
Returning leaves Florence at 1 30 p. m., ar
rive at Uasa Qrando at S n. in.
Go! can control t!.() human Mkennectlon at Florence wl h stagefoi
. uioou, i nis line is nuy roues nearer uioue
I Iran any other line.
DREW, STEVENS & CO,
uniy uoi can control t:.o
Melody h tho molasses cf inusfc,
t:In i sclJocn shaaolcss.
F. T. MILLER.
F. J. NETHERTON
Patented or Unpatented on Easy terms.
1 11 T I If
and mm rrapeny id jnesa
vcrv fine "Well Improved lTrtiit
OFFIf E ON MAIS STREET
OITOSITK P03IOFFIOE. .
Mesa City, Ariz.
W. E. POMEROY & CO.
"wi jour Imi blossoms nor
IllSlentln fri.n lullnAn ntlfl
t. i.'. : 7 .
i(mm . " never ciuuitfeu my
Utl ln ,tl- looks of pinched
tWT " llas never silenced the
y t luumc of tne silvery voiced
i h, i . , 10,me' no
K l Real Estate and
I Commission Apts.
Fine Fruit and Alfalfa Lands j
In large or uall tracts, potenti'il Kith water right In Stesa Cniml,
WlV Dffirt fnr. In
Oh n ""'
Htbi, Ynn" month of April with nil
""! in hivi.i . ..... .....I-
0kH. --. "mw, auca vtv noi;uiiiu
ft,6l '"'"Mretched arms of love, for
w, 't."' ,IB yenr Is assured ; the
ti 0 rr,,,n f01-'" uiiBhty een
tV,2re ""ttctiinir for miles and
ilj" "ffv diriction. Tho vines
llt ,,i I,llr,'lo 1'e lusfioua
h"W ?',,h1, trees of peaches, fiirs,
'ii'.i .arlni'9. orancee, lemone,
Uj l,"',r'M, apricots, olivep, penrn
SllT!" H1 len their laden
tt"0QM ."" cheerful embrnco of
h,1 breezes In perfect obedl
ntJT1 hvt- T,le "nwined grnpen,
Uw'n.Vtrawherrie8, the numer
Hr v, '" lll "ilk-lacr d corn, tho
PvJ, ,?Cn vinef, the eilentscenlcd
"".th.! "leIon8 hivounclnK In the
""Innumerable acres of alfalfa,
Jcsideneo mid Bus-mess Lots
In Mesa, City on Easy Terms.
Omce Main Street, One Poor East of Mesa City Bank.
Tho Consolidated is tho largest of tho great canals of
tho south side. The system now consists of 40 miles of main
canal; 75 miles of main laterals and 150 miles of smaller
laterals so distributed that 100,000 acres of land may be
Besides this great system tho following canals with
underlying territory must bo considered: Tho Highland
canal, 20 miles, 15,000 acres; tho Mesa canal, 10 miles, 20,
000 acres; tho Utah, 10 miies, 20,000 acres; tho Tempe, 15
The entire region about Mesa derives its lifo from these
systems which aro also contributory in tho highest de
gree to tho agricultural prosperity of the country around
Thore is a rapidly spreading belief that that part of tho
valley in which these two flourishing towns aro located is
tho garden spot of Arizona and developments justify tho
It is not improper in this connection to describe briefly
the grounds upon which this beliof is based and the natural
reasons why it is so.
Tho country about Mesa will probably within tho next
ten years enjoy tho widely circulated distinction of being tho
most productive fruit-growing region in the United States
as it is now known to be the chief fruit bolt of tho valley.
It differs sufficiently in altitude from tho rest of the
valle' to insure semi-tropical fruits against dangor from
frost always imminent in the most favored regions of Cali
Tlie altitude is 81.G feet higher than Tempe and 172
feet above Phoenix, rendering it somewhat cooler than eithor
placo in summer and slightly warmer in winter.
Vineyards dot tho country in evory direction and hun
dreds of broad acres aro sot to oranges, almonds, dates, etc.
Mesa City, tho center of this lovely region, is an ideal village
of 1200 people, situated G.8 miles east of Tempo and about
17 miles from Phoenix.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Highest price lisld for produce, and remember
imi. nu mil nui ue uuoerfeoia.
BAKERY IX CONNECTION.
Will Serve Good Meals at 35c.
Board $5.00 per week,
K$esa City, : j : : Arizona.
Detlen tn Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Notions, etc.
FRESH CLEAN STOCK
ALWAYS ON HAND.
K. L. OK.tr, l'roprletor.
Meals at all Mouib.
MESA CITY ARIZ.
DR O. P. FITCH,
Permanently located lnMega Qjy
omce McDonald Street, opposite Me a Llrerr
Wm. Christy. Pro? o w. Ceouoe, Vlce-prcn.
K. W. Wilbur. UaihT.
THE MESA CITY BANK,
Transa"U a General Hanking Biifinets and
draws eiclmiiKes on leading cities of this
country and Kurope.
SKCL'ltlTIKS '(OUGHT ANI bOLD
Fire Insurance written In sevral of the best
companies of this country and Europe.
POLLER, SONS & CO.
Dealers in all kinds of
FUE3II A.SDCUUED MEAT8, PRODUCE, KTC,
McDonald St. MESA.
MESA PAINT SHOP.
For all kinds of
PA'NT SO AND DECORATING.
Flrst-Clas Work nnit ICeasonabls frlcef.
L. W. JOHNSON. Prop.
J". H. Barnett,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Fine Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
GARDEN GATE SALOON.
Best of Wines and Liquors.
Lager Beer on Draught and Botties.
BATLEY & JCyNTIS,
Mesa Citv. L Proprietors.
The business and commercial interests include one
bank, seven general merchandise stores, ono hardware store,
two blacksmith shops, one lumber yard and two saloons.
The buildings aro of a good character and become
moro pretentions yearly. As might bo expected in such a
community there are excellent church and school facilities
and tho town is sufficiently metropolitan to support a small
Communication is maintained with tho neighboring
cities of Tempo and Phoenix by means of two daily stages.
Three miles east of Mesa City is tho prosperous village
of Lohi, among whoso other industries and features is a
creamery, tho best in Arizona and known throughout tho
The mesa propor extends to thoriver, four miles north
of Mesa City; on tho south it is almost limitless; a stretch
of country which within ton yoars will be known as; the
Garden Snot of America.
-- V rv ij
CLEVELAND BAY IMPORTED HORSE.
Extra dirk bty. 16 hands hlsh. Wetpht 1.400.
Bred by John Lett llellingham, York: Impo'trd
liy W Til psnti 4 bons: Fox el it 1VS8. Sire,
CarpenterKo 71. dam y Empire No-102, Will
Hand thfl present taaton, Wghiiilne April 1st
And ending July !. at the nnch of U. F.
Kogers.one mile west of Mesa City.
Single Service 510, Season S15.
Payable at the End of Season.
C.F.lllGHJS, : : : : : Mtafily.Arii
Is a handsome French Percheron horse; dark
dP"U 153 hands high; C yea old and weighs
1.51011. brilliant Jr., waslrt-d by Drllllsnt.
dim. Charlotte. Ilrilllant Is out of Obartress,
and helsnf loulsNapo eon. ,
Ilrilllant Jr., will make the se'fon of 1893 m
Mondoy, Tuesday and Frldy will be at my
ranch, 4 miles ronth and 1 mile eat of Timpei
Wwinerda) and Thursday at Jones Bros , t
blocks Miutl-went of Me-a V. O.
Saturday at Schureman & Hingletary'i livery
Sessitt wir be (mm
MAK(W 15 UNTIL JULY 15.
Terms 815.00 wltli
tlio usual return prlvllrcs.
Mares past ire 1 during season at (100 per
month Nob.rb wlrefenco. No work done on
M. L. DUFFEY, Owner.
" . li(J-' I
PflfENIX, TEMPE AND MESA STAGK
I,T. Phrpiilx al7 a m. Lt. Mesa at 1 p. m.
Lv. Temco at 9 a, m. I.v. Tempo at 2: 0 p. ra.
Ar. In Mesa at 10 a.m. Ar Phenlxal4p m.
Lt. rhofnlxat2i. m. Lt. Men atdia. m.
LT.Tempeat3J0p.m. Lv. Tempe at 7 JO a m.
Ar. InMesi atfi p. m. Ar. rhnuiix otSOOa. m
Carry l'asie3gers or Express
FRANK MILLER, PJ10P.
Office at Mo;a Fruit Btore.