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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY HORNING NOVEMBER S, lfc9!. IF YOU RIDE A Crimson Rim Syracuse Everybody knows that the Best Is None Too Good For You. f" There is only one Crimson Rim. It is the SYRACUSE. SOLD AT THE BICYCLE STORE T7TTT7T77TT7 Tempe and Mesa. SOITH SIDE. TEMPE. Attorney E. M. Wescott of Phoenix was a professional visitor in Tempe yesterday. H. L. Chandler was down from Mesa yesterday. Gilbert Yeager and wife were callers in Tempe last night. Robert Richards yesterday re-entered on his work at the normal. Constable O. C. Smith spent yester day in Phoenix making his final proof on his desert land entry. A. J. Peters shipped out a car of hay last night. Charles Hon is running a first-class restaurant back of the Tempe house. Jim Teeters is getting to be quite expert in cutting meat in Birchell's butcher shop. Mr. 3irchell says he is useful as well as ornamental. Frank Hough is still quite sick with typhoid fever. Walter Gates of Phoenix was a bus iness caller in Tempe yesterday. J. E. Sturgeon returned yesterday from Wilcox with eleven carloads of steers which he will put on pasture on the south side. Large numbers of south siders were over to Phoenix yesterday to see the circus. The streets of Tempe were almost deserted. The brass band held an important business meeting in the armory hall last night. MESA. Lew Wagonn, Ooldfield's famous wheelman and merchant, is paying Mesa a business visit today. The circus at Phoenix almost depop ulated Mesa of her Mexican frater nity. Architect Campbell had a hard time to get men and buck-tenders yes terday. Mr. J. L. Powell returned yesterday morning from California where he had been looking after his immense cattle interests. He went yesterday to Bpensman and Florence where he has about 400 head or cattle that he will bring over and place on pasture on the school section he has Just pur chased south of Mesa. I. V. Stewart of Kyrene made Mesa a business visit yesterday and hauled home a load of lumber from the Mesa Lumber company's yard. Mr. Charles G. Shell of Lehl was a business visitor to Mesa yesterday. Architect Campbell of Phoenix came up to Mesa and started the masons on the brick work of the Code and Salter building. Messrs. Beaswell, Dauling and Standage are the masons employ ed and the way they make the mortar fly the brick work will be completed this week. A. W. Babbitt received a letter from his son. Dr. C. Babbitt, who is now en gaged in M. I. U. work in the Davis xtake, Utah. He is getting along nicely and enjoying his labor amon; the hospitable people of Davis county. Charley Whitlow of Florence is now in Mesa. He reports a great change in the little town of Florence. Busi ness has revived, new enterprises are starting up and the town and commun ity are preparing to handle the Im mense business that is sure to come as a result of the big mining boom at Mineral Creek and vicinity. Fred and Roy Lamb came down from the Superstition district yester day. They have been employed on the Buckborn mine belonging to W. A. Kimball & Co. Mr. 'and Mrs. G. A. Mauk returned to Mesa last night and today are receiv ing a cordial welcome here on the mesa. We are pleased to have George back again, for in business integrity, promptness and courtesy he has few equals, and Mrs. Mauk is a favorite with all. W. E. Pomeroy of Pomeroy Bros., commission agents of Mesa made a business visit to Phoenix yesterday. Every time the political machine turns it grinds out a plum for the peo ple to scramble for and quarrel over. And the little town of Mesa is now undergoing convulsions as a result of one some days since. Our postmaster was notified that Mesa's mail business had reached the fourth class grade and was accordingly advanced to that grade. The law permits a change of postmasters and place of business when that mark is reached. As a re sult petitions have been circulating quite freely the past few days, both to change postmasters and retain the old one. Meantime the dems. look coldly on and smile. A Tempe Water Share or fraction TO RENT. W. A. BOLTON, Tempe, A.T. NONE SHOULD buy with out seeing these 5, 10, 15 and 20 acre tracts. Houses and lots in Mesa Gty. POMEROY BROS, MESA, ARIZONA, LOANS. INSURANCE. FOREIGN NOTES AND COMMENT London's new lord mayor, Alfred Newton, can hardly be described as a self-made man. Unlike most of his predecessors in office, he inherited a fortune from his father, who was one of the wealthiest ship-owners in Hull. while his grandfather was at the head of the seal and whaling trade in the same -city, owning a large Arctic fleet, Mr. Newton himself has been conspic uous in London for the past twenty years as its leading yeast merchant, a business which he has carried on In conjunction with the steamship busi ness inherited from his father. No less than ten of his liners were char tered to convey troops to Egypt in 1882, while a similar" number are expected to be called into service for the trans port of re-enforcements to South Afri ca. Mr. Newton will assume the title of lord mayor on November 9, and be come on that day the chief magistrate of the most ancient municipality in the world, a privy councilor to the queen, a general of militia, an admiral of the port of London, a Judge, a master of the city fox hounds, a lord, and heaven only knows what all besides. He is a liberal-unionist in politics, a member of the church of England, and a promi nent Freemason. He is married and has two children, one of whom, a son, has Just been called to the bar. The two new sheriffs are Alderman Trelcar and Alderman Bevan. the latter a partner in the great brewing firm of Barclay, Perkins & Co. Both are men of great stature and colossal girth. This is particularly the case with Al derman Trelcar, a carpet manufactur er, and it is declared in the city that the prominent part which the alder man took in widening the popular thoroughfare known as Ludgate Hill was to allow himself room to reach Guildhall. He is the alderman of Fleet street, the headquarters of London newspaperdom, added to which he is the managing director of Cook's tourist agency. In recording the death of Mme. Li mousin the other day. and recalling the part which she played in bringing about the downfall of President Grevy through the Legion of Honor scandal, I omitted to mention that the latter was brought to light by the skin of the infamous murderer. Pranzini. It seems that after being guillotined and subse quently dissected at the medical school his body was flayed by direction of Chief of Police Joron in order to satisfy the whim of a great lady, who still oc cupies a very conspicuous position in Parisian society and whose name was at one time associated with that of the murderer. After his capture there was found among his effects a number of compromising letters from this great lady. These were restored to her through the intervention of General Boulanger, at the time minister of war, in return for which she introduced him to the count of Paris, to the duchess of Uzes, and, in fact, to royalist society. It was Chief gf Police Goron who hand ed her back her letters, and she took advantage of the acquaintance thus formed to express the extraordinary wish to have a card case or pocketbook made out of the skin of her former ad mirer after his death. Eager to gratify the whim and caprice of so influential a lady, Goron, as stated above, had a sufficient amount of the corpse of the murderer flayed to admit of the making of several card cases and pocketbooks, three of which he presented to the vis countess, who was once celebrated for her superb voice, and who, of plebeian origin, owes her admission to the aris tocracy to colossal wealth acquired in the sugar refining business. Unfortunately for Goron, the news papers got hold of information about the peculiar form of homage which he had laid at the feet of the great lady, and a perfect hurricane of obloquy was launched at his head. The press de nounced him as an even worse ruffian than Pranzini. Goron realized that something must be done at once to di vert popular fury. Suddenly he re membered that Mme. Limousin had been anonymously denounced to him as a person who was not only a German spy, but who had likewise offered to assist people In obtaining nominations to the order of the Legion of Honor. A hurried investigation enabled him to procure sufficient corroboration to war rant him in sending to some of the leading newspapers anonymous articles alleging that Mme. Limousin was en gaged in trafficking In the Legion of Honor, and mentioning the names of Daniel Wilson, son-in-law of President Grevy: of General Count Caffarel. chief of the headquarters staff: ex-Minister of War Thlbaudln. and of Senator Gen eral the Marquis d'Andlau as among her intimate frlt-nds and the habitues of her salon. The ruse worked like a charm. Daniel Wilson was already at the time one of the most unpopular men In Paris, owing to the pecuniary and political advantages which he took of his position as son-in-law of the president of the republic. The card cases of Pranzini's skin were forgotten and popular interest and public ob loquy were diverted in the direction of Mme Limousin and her friends. There was far more in the Legion of Honor scandal than had been dreamt of by Goron when he started it, and before it came to an end not merely the cabinet, but likewise the president, had been overthrown, while Goron received both praise and promotion. I have received a letter dated in St. Petersburg from Mme. Koylow, sister of the late Prince Stalisky Souvaroff, asking me to make it known to Ameri cans visiting Europe, and likewise to society in this country, that the indi vidual styling himself "Court Souva rofT." who has been figurin? promi nently in the American colony at Pau and at Paris, and who, according to th? Parisian newspaers, is about to visit the United States, has usurped a title and a name that does not belong to him. His brother, who died in 1S93 without issue, was the last Prince Stal isky and the last male bearer of the illustrious name of Souvaroff, to which no one is at the present moment en titled excepting his widow. Princess Lise Souvaroff. The founder of the Souvaroff family was that famous Russian general who made his first campaign in the Seven Years" war and his last in Switzerland at the close of the last century, cross ing the Alps into Italy and defeating the French at Novi. He was a most extraordinary man, and among other eccentricities that are related of him was his absolute refusal to go to bed like a Christian. He would insist up on having several bundles of hay brought to his room, and then, remov ing every stitch of clothing, would bur row into the hay and go to sleep. He is also on record as having on one oc casion reviewed the troops under his command, arrayed only in his top boots, his sword belt, and his cocked hat. In fact, his aversion to clothes was as pronounced as the ugliness of his face, which was such that, having secured a commission as lieutenant of the guards, he was promoted at one bound to the rank of colonel of a line regiment in a garrison remote from the capital by the czar, merely for the sake of freeing himself from the displeasing sight of SouvarofT's appallingly homely face. He left a son and a daughter. The latter, the aged Mme. Koylow of St. Petersburg, one of the most venerated figures in the society of the Russian metropolis, is the writer of the letter which I have just received, while the other was the late Prince Souvaroff, who died in 1893. The only peculiarity that I can remember about him was his habit of having everything that he ate served in double quantities on two sep arate plates, his appetite being abso lutely phenomenal, but which was in keeping with his immense girth. Mar quise de Fontenoy in Washington Post. o THE GENEROUS VIEW.' Shall we not become charitable and just, when we know that every act is but condition's fruit; that nature, with her countless hands, scatters the seeds of tears and crimes of every virtue and of every joy: that all the base and vile victims of the blind, and that the great and good have, in the lottery of life, bv chance or fate, drawn neari and brain? Robert Ingersoll. MARlrREPORTS. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wholesale Selling Prices Current. EGGS Ranch, $7.508; eastern $7. 5007.75. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 20c: Mar icopa creamer-, 25c; Tempe-Mesa Pro duce Co.. 2Sc. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per 16ai7c; home, 14c. BEANS. BEANS Per lb, small white, J3.40; pinks per cwt., $3.50: Lima J5.50 5.75, FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES Bananas, J3.75C5.4 per bunch. LEMONS Fancy, per case, $434.25; blackberries, 15c per basket: strawber ries, 20 25c; peaches, 80c(g$l per box; pomegranates, 2'.23c per lb: Bartlett pears. $1.601.75 per box; Winter Nel- lis, $1.25 per box. DRIED FRUITS, NUTS. RAISINS DRIED FRUITS Apples, evapo rated fancy, per lb, 13c; peaches, fancy, 8'2c; choice, 78c; plums, pitted. choice, 8c; prunes, choice, 7; 9gl0c; apricots, fancy, 12c; 11c. NUTS Walnuts, fancy soft fancy, choice, shells. 13c: paper shell. 16c; soft shell, 15c hard shell, lie per lb; pecans, 10c: California, 12c; Alberts, 15c Brazils, 14c; pinones, 14c; peanuts. eastern, roasted, ll12c; raw 8(g)10c; home raw, 7g8c; roasted, 12c; chest nuts, 17Si20c per pound. RAISINS London layers, per box, $1.90(g2.25; loose, per lb, 45c; Thomp son Seedless, 5c; Sultana. 5c. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Rio 1315c; Central American. lSQ'20c; Peaberry, 2022c; Mocha and Java. 3031c; Arbuckle's, $11.50 per case; Lion coffee. $11.50. SUGARS Granulated cane, per cwt. Hhic; cube, $6.506.75; powered, 7c; C, 6c per lb. .FRESH MEATS. BEEF Per lb. 8c; veal per lb, 8c; mutton, per lb, 10c; fresh pork, 9c. HAMS Medium, 1214c. BACON Breakfast, per rt, 10c. HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, 12 per lb; kip, 10c; calf, 14c; bull, 5c. WOOL Nominal. TALLOW Per lb. No. 1. 2c. FRESH FISH. Southern California varieties, per Tb; Columbia River salmon, per lb. 12C 17c POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good heavy, per doz., $4.755.50; Pekin ducks, live, per dor., $5.50: spring chickens, live, $3.75 ONIONS AND VEGETABLES. VEGETABLES Beets per cwt., $1.50; evaporated chilis per lb, 15c: green onions, per dozen bunches, 25c; radishes, per dozen bunches, 25c; spin ach per doz., 25c; tomatoes, per box, $151.10: string beans, 12'c; cabbage, $3.25& 3.75 per cwt.: green chili, 6c per lb; potatoes, $1.8502; green corn, 10 15e per doz.; carrots, $1.50 per cwt.; green peas, 11c; wax and lima beans, 10-. ONIONS Valley, Silver Skins, $2.25 2.50. FLOUR AND FEEDSTUFFS. FLOUR Per bbl., local extra roller process, $4.50; graham, $2.50 per cwt.; whole wheat flour, $2.50 per cwt. CORN MEAL White, $2.25 per cwt.; yellow, $2.50 per cwt. FEEDSTUFFS Bran, per ton, $15; rolled barley, $1.10 per cwt. DRY SALT PORK Per lb, 89c. L.AUU Kettle rendered leaf, ,$5.60; 5s, $5.50; 10s, $5.40. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Strained, per case, $7. BEESWAX Per lb, 2224c. THE STOCK MARKET. 3s, Los Angeles, Nov. - 7. Cattle, per cwt., $3.754.25; calves. $4.00(55.00; sheep, per head, wethers, $3.50; lambs, $2.O0'g2.5O. LYNCHING REMEDIES. The Washington Star makes the rather novel and interesting suggestion that the sheriffs and jailors of the south be armed with kodaks, so a3 to take instantaneous pictures of mobs in the moment of action. Better use the kodaks in Illinois, ' too. where they shoot down negroes by the wholesale, simply because they try to earn an honest living digging and shoveling dirt. Columbus (Ga) Enquirer-Sun. A SUGGESTION. The newspaper Patria has been sup pressed at Manila on account of its se ditious utterances and general hostil ity to the United States. The able and accomplished Senor Uto, the editor, should transfer his sheet to Boston, where he could attack the United States with impunity and. incidentally, advertise Senor Atkinson's bake oven. Kansas City Star. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby grven that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Prescott & Eastern Railroad company will be held at the office of the com pany, in the city of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 15th day of November, 1899, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, for the pur pose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for the transfer of stock will be closed November 4, re maining closed until November IS, 139:1. Dated at Prescott, Ariz., this lllh day of October, 1S99. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, C. C. BO WEN, President. Secretary. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Maricopa Canal Company will be held Wednesday, the 18th of October, 1899. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the Com pany, in Phoenix, Arizona, to elect three trustees for the ensuing year and such other business as may law fully come before said meeting. THOS. W. PEMBERTON, Pres. WM. B. CLEARY, Sec'y. Phoenix, 'Ariz., Sept. 27, 1S99. First published in the Arizona Re publican, Sept. 27, 1899. The above meeting adjourned to Wednesday, November 1, 1S99, at the same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. Adjourned to Wednesday, November 8, 1S99, at same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. STOCKHOLDER S MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Salt River Valley Canal Company will be held Wednes day, the 18th of October. 1S99, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. in., at the office of the Company, in Phoenix, Arizona, to elect three trustees for the ensuing year and such other business as may lawfully come before said meeting. THOS. W. PEMBERTON, Pres. WM. B. CLEARY. Sec'y. Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 27, 1899 First published in the Arizona Re publican, Sept. 27, 1S99. The above meeting adjourned to Wednesday, November 1, 1899, at the same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. Adjourned to Wednesday, November 8, 1S99, at same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY. Secretary. STOCKHOLDER S MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Grand Canal Com pany will be held Wednesday, the 18th of October, 1899, at he hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the Company, in Phoenix, Arizona, to elect three di rectors for the ensuing year and such other business as may lawfully come before said meeting. THOS. W. PEMBERTON, Pres. WM. B. CLEARY, Sec'y. Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 27, 1S99 First published in the Arizona Re publican, Sept. 27, 1899. The above meeting adjourned to Wednesday, November 1, 1S99, at the same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, to Wednesday, November 8, 1899, at same place and hour. WILLIAM B. CLEARY, Secretary. Bohemian B$m UOTTLEO DEERS. We bend all our energies to the brewing; of this delicious beer. It is incomparably superior to others Try it and be con Tinced. Brewed and bot tled in St. Louis by The American Brewing Co. ORDER OP LOUIS MELCZER, Wholesale Dealer. Phoenix. Arl. DR. FELIX LE BRUM'S Steel Pennyroyal Treatment is the originnl and only FRENCH, aate ana reiiaDie core on me market- Price. $1.00; aent 07 mail - -reaaino soia onijr or BEN L. BEAR. Sole Agent. 118 and 120 E. Washington St-. . Phoenix, Ariz. mm I STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The stockholders of the Cobre Grande Copper company are hereby notified ttat the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of this company will be held at the company's office in Phoenix, Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, November 14, 1899, for the election of directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. COBRE GRANDE COPPER CO. J. HENRY WOOD, Treasurer and Secretary. Phoenix, Arizona, October 31, 1S99. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The stockholders of the Cobre Grande Copper company are hereby notified that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of this company will be held at the company's office in Phoenix, Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, November 14, 1899, for the election of directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. COBRE GRANDE COPPER CO. SCOTT WHITE, Treasurer and Secretary. Phoenix, Arizona. October 31, 1899. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway company -will be held at the office of the company In. the city of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 15th day of November, 1899, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day. for the purpose of electing a board of di rectors for the ensuing year, and , for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be closed November 4, remaining closed until November 18, 1899. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 11th day of October, 1899. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, C. C. BOWEN, President. Secretary. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2 21). Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, October 10, 1899. Notice is hereby given tha: the following n .i in l c.,,ln. V. .. 1 , . . . : 1 ... - . . uaaunu oc.ica uaau uu UUUL'C 111 iJ IS 1 11 It: II 1 1IJI1 w uiuc iiuni jiiwi ill support til D1R Claim, and that said proof will be made before the ' " - iii ni-i i uui i m ruuvHix, iiri- zuun, tiu j 'inuHr, nei'emoer lz, jnot. via WMI.dtn 1" . .. II ..i . . - - ......... . i . . u ' I i. i , ill uiUHAIcr, JIHKUna, rnr IhfflZ ti 1 anH n I ' ,wl 1 .-. t 1 v 1. 1W, G.fck R.H.&M. Its names the following witnesses to prove ua i.uujuuvuo icoiuruic UrUU auu tJUill vail on nf eairl laml vii Willi-,! u ii: 1 1 .. . i - auu't, if. . " umiu r . VJIUt-ll.'AlBDlTU i-.imh.fr. lunstopntTt. liixon. arm Loretus Aff V a 1 irvan all .t I'nlv4u a . 1 d vj u, an i .iu b nicr, ajizuuk, WILTON R. MOORE, First publication. Oc ober 21. lf.99.Regi,ler PROPOSALS FOB t;-iNSTRuCTION OF i 1 1 ii i ii ii.iii .n v., a ii u cf. ii r n. au a- jir.n !imu. iicpartment of the Interior unicoi lniiua Altairs, asomgron. D. C, October 9. !.' Sealed Pronosals Tnrinnori "Pro)iO!tal for School Building, or Water and Sewer System at Pima Agenrv," as the case may be, aid addressed to iho Commissioner of Indian Affairs,-Washington. D. C. will be re ceived at this Offlc until two o'clock, p m , of Thursday, November , lKi9, for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials anu labor required in the erection and comple tion at the Pima Accncy. A. T.. of one brick ai-hool tioiis and ua tewr and water system, in strict accordance with the ulans. .DeVifin. tions and inMruetions to bi ders. which may be examined at this Office, the I'. S In dian Warehouse. 235 Joonson St., Chi- ago, in., me Builders- A Traders' Ex chance, Omaha, Neb,, the Northwestern Man ufacturer' Association. St. Paul. Minn ihn Oltice of the "Arizona Republican," of Phoe nix, a. i . , ine-iimes.-'ot ix)s Angeles, Cal the "Chronicle," of San Francisco, t'al., anil the Pima Agency. For anv additional informaf'on. apply to .is wiiiuiT in aihuuu ui&uiey, n. a. inuian iieem, x-ima agency, aacaton, uriz. W.A.JONES, Commissioner. Now has six first-class artists employed. flVA DC n inr1 Via nnn cIa. 1 . the opera house. Hot and cold baths 25 The - Palace, HIRSCHFELD & PERKINS; PR0PBIET0U3. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liquors and Cigars PHOENIX. ARIZONA . E. T. HAWKINS, DEALER IN Groceries and General Merchandise. Snecial attention given to Hrv. of Hay in car iota. Shipments GLENDALE, ARIZONA J. W. BIRCHELL, MARKET. Fine Meats, Fresh Vegetables. TEMPE, ARIZONA. Southern Paeific Co. (PACIFIC BY ST EM. Oommenelrc Aprils, 1897. tralna will leT Uarioopa aa follow! : A fl n A ' .T?" na T!ay Bnnitt iJ U Limited" for Loa Aug ale. Ban Fran cisco and all California points. a- 2 - 3e -Mi fern 5,Ot A.M. DALLY PACLFIO IXPREBt ,0C for points In California, Nevada Oregon and Washington. 1 fli ;SM-DAJLYMIXSD TRAIN FOB ll'.'lJ Tucson. Benson. Lordshnrg, Den lug, El Paso and intermediate stations 8J.O P-MiDAII-T MIXED TRAIH FOB .'tU Gila Bend and lmermediatestationi 7.f)C P.M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB mtO El Paso and all way stations. 1 n.HQ P.M.DA1LYMWOEL8AU8M 1U.UO press for Tucson. Benon,Demin KlPaso,SanAntonio,HoutonandNew Orleani 1 fl.PiT P- M. Tuesdays ana Krldays "Pan LU.fJ set Limited" for El Paso. For Wc.-'Ji Bt. Urali,OUcao and all points east. T. B. SOODHii) Pa-a. At, SOUTH SIDE BUSINESS DIRECTORY HFMRY'Q Restaurant and nLIlI O Oyster House, mm BEGINNING NEXT WEEK we will reopen our OYSTER PARLORS and serve our patrons with Oysters in Any Style. V We have the reputation of having the best oysters in town, because wa Import them direct. Come and try th em. ONLY PURE GOODS AT HENRY'S BAR. HENRY G. FRISCH. A.J.PETERS, WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY Special prices on large contracts. Correspondence solicited TTT ( TTG a shTr1To"your patronage. J K ? Our store is well stocked with new drugs. BROADWAY & MOKUR. . . Tempe. OFFICE j Tempe. MEW MANAGEMENT. New Service and Newly Arranged auc xjcsi ivieai m tne v-rty toe Board by the Week- $40. TOUM SOUNG. Proprietor. TIib Farmers' Exchange. 5 BROWN SHOES. WORLD BEATERS BOYS' CLOTHING. Hats and MESA, The Atmosphere of Mesa is High, Dry and Pore. Affords special accommodations for Winter Tourists and the Traveling Public. Is the largest "nd best in the valley outside of Phoenix. First-Class Feed 5 able In eonn'i'.M uiith ua.... kah by day, week or month W. M. Gilbert, Real Estate Agent, FOR SALE Forty acres of land with I 1-4 Mesa water shares. MUST SELL. Sixty stands of bees. Office in Code & Salter Building, Mesa, Arizona. Alhambra Dining Near Alhambra Hotel Center of Block. At BUCHANAN ALL TRAVELERS TO II FLORENCE CAN OET The Zenos Co0p At all kinds of prices. SUMMER TEMPE-MESA PRODUCE CO., TOP Vafltcd Eggs PRICES. PIONEER MEAT MARKET, Tempe and East Tempe. Gty and Country CHOICEST MEATS. Delivery. j( . TOOTHSOME POULTRY. Wa Propose to Satisfy You. THEO. NICHOLAS, JR., Prop. 4 IMlJORT.AJSrT GATEWAYS 4 THROUGH FAST 1FKEICHT jexas PAC5! AND PASSENGER The direct through line from Arizona and New Mexico to all points In the north, east and southeast. Low altitude. Perfect passenger service. Through cars. .-o lay-overs. Latest pattern Pullman Buffet Sleeper. Handsome New Chair Cars. Seats free. Speed, safety and comfort com bined. For particulars address i R. P. DARBTSHIRK, S. W". F. & P. A.. El Paso. Texas. R. W. CURTIS. T. F. &. P. A.. El Paso. Texas. E. P. TURNER, G. P. & T. A., Dallas, Texas. NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. TAKE THE WABASH ROUTE FROM KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS or CHICAGO WITH THROUGH CAR SERVICE TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK and BOSTON VIA NIAGARA FALLS. Slop off of ten days allowed on C. S. CRANE. G. P. Agt, St Lou la. Ho. rcmpc Arizona- WHOLESALE 0 CALEB IN AND ALL kinds or CEREALS. CAJETE, Arizona and Equipped Throuriiotit. Caps at REDUCED PRICES. ARIZONA. THE HOTEL KIMBALL Room. Absolutely Best Meals on the South Sidej MRS. W. B. BARBOUR. Proprietress. DESERT WELL - ,., fla: Hl, . I I Store. SHOES! SHOES! All Kinds of SHOES. GOODS of all kinds zoing at cost. Tfmpr Arizona. Chickens Turkeys. Mimt Have Them. SERVICE all tickets et the Fall. ROSS C. CLINE P. C P. A.. Los Angeles, CmJ.