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AICIOI.A AS A MM! III I M. A l)i lll;lilfal mid flt-nlrli (.Ivini; !.. nt Inn. IllilV lie -" i ll Mi jl -i lillliw soil i!ic iif lln-rno-t :ii tij.'t ive i xliiliit . ':it 1 1 1 , Mi'l-s iiil'T I'iilr: ;ind ;i lii't 1S1 ;tmT ; Ix w.mI ;irc 1 1 j - ."silver I.V. I'. .I n k I " : ! liit. (iii lli w.iiil, -aii'l V kdl i mihiiiu' ('i-t ri'-N. t hal liiivc ici'Iiii-' (i ! million i.f dollar. ;inl will l.i so ! ;ij.Miu wliciii'N i-r AtiHTiciiu lrgil;tt ion will (.'ivc American iiiflusl rli's ;i rlinnci-. All t Ih-" i i.t i t i of interest and tlie aclvantancs of life in 1 1 1 1 -i licall liful. invitMiat iiitf climate are within tvyeli of 1 lit 'Hllilic liy the oM'liin of the Saiiilariniii-Uotcl. tinder the can- of an experienced physician and cornpe ti nt caterers, wlio will e,. that, all want ;ire provided fur, and that. ev en tiling .o ihle will he done for the eointort and convenience of pilots. Address oetor V. T. Harry, Ar; .ol.i, Arizona. MI KLLANKOCS. Arl.ola is one of the latest and new est addition to the towns of the Tin ted State: yet. It is already widely known and all over tin- country in validsare looking toward t he place us well suited for a place of residence lor health seeker. The altitude is ll.'ill feet above i In- ea level and the climate is dry and pleasant during the etit iie year. Unrintf the months of June, .Inly and August the average i in) cratiiie is ai nt ' diyin, but butt heie i o lit) le humidity in the :i'Ltnosple re t here is lit tie or no ineun- veniei experienced. The heat, is not oppressive, and during these mouths it is much more pleasant t han In the Atlantic seaboard cit ies. This pleasing semi-tropical atmos phere is probably owing to the ur roundinjr physical conditions. To the nortli and east hinh ranges of moun tains protect the ireat Casa (.ramie valley, of which it is the center, from the chilling winds of the central re gion, while across the open country to the southwest, balmy breees from the (Julfof California, not far distant, blow to temper the air and moderate the heat, giving an equilibrium to the climate that cannot fail to bene tit the enervated health seeker. While three of t he summer niont lis are warm during t he day. the night are always cihiI. This is on account of the rariricd condition of the atmos phere which becomes inta.i l.ly cool on the setting of the sun. Hence it is always comfortable to sleep underclothing during tin; night of June .luly and August. The fall, winter and spring months vim bo compared with the Italian clime, little or no fro-t. l'lowers bloom during the entire- winter, grass. Is green and much of the shrubbery retains its foliage. It. is plain to be seen that such a climate must tie health restoring. It is a fact worthy of note that many hundreds of people who come liere in t he last stages of uulumnary troubles recover in a short time so lhat they are enabled to engage in business. Many of t lie most ;rogress ive, pushing and wealthy business men oi Miutneiu Arizona, fit incir prvs-i J atim i.-'-m,., northeast rn homes and came here a j t m;t.th. 8 1 Hi Iflttft V;:,X:i:Li. t continue! invalids with the lioj.e ..f J - - t ' 1 i I he Photo srfKKtlrt fv'icli y I no f-urmiinnu f Ciisilv, XV'V Woljl'l tint Ni i rnrr nwi IhmI oul, nod recoil ize no rUaU in I die for ten limes what thev an worth. I thaccii,,!! At the Worlds I'air the other day, (leorge 1". K'linze of the Mines and Miiiing building, assisted by I)octor Hunt ingten of Harvard, polisiii d two diamonds with the dut f meteoric iron found at (.'anon liabh, Arizona. This is the tirst time diamonds were eM't'cnf, ground or poli-hed except with diamond du-t. The experiment attracted great at tent ion, as it was entirely novel, and prove 1 that diamonds can lie as finely polished with the Arizona dust of meteoric Iron its with diamonds. The lindlng of this valuable art icle in Canon Diablo will open up a new industry for that sec tion, now that the dust discovered t here hits been proved to be us el'ul for diamond polithing purpo-e. mi'sckllam:oi's. - i : ANY ONE CAN w ' At the expense cf l:ttle rn:ncy and his spare t time obtain a fair work 0 ing eJucation. M STUDY AT HOME! Through thi f PRAGUE UNIVERSITY Of CORRESPONDENCE INSTRUCTION, C wr.pt i'.r.g Ukc living correspondence schools ta the world. 0 i SUBJECTS TAUGHT. $ lEOOX-KEEPISGr SSKQRMIASD nii liter -iy wutk Uum Uic tuon- 0 diV.ua up. 0 This :h' h eon Uwteii (ry 9 nc i f tbr a: .rl ii ... h'th ut r. JUv. Iv'e I l- i- J.rs !,trt (;.-.!:! 1'y J tli.: ; .t i") . .vi. i it :ti i) ! d iiv-il tu t c: est rri n 0 As compated with .southern Cali fornia climate. Ariola ami its nr riiiindiiigs are tar superior in every re spect, and such i the verdict of inval ids who have given both climates an cijual t rial. in t be icinity aie many points of interest that will be visited witii much pleasure by toiiri-.ts and health seekers. Some fourteen miles away, over a good road, are the far-famed Casa Crande ruin, the remnant of a great building which was once the principal struct urc in a city of many thousand inhabitants, the numerous hillocks dot! ing the plain around be ing all the remains: of what were once substantial building, erected and in habited bv human beings high in the r!. I )-. aro intr!-!-'i, in. I r VW k DITROIT, MICH. ale of intelligence and ci iliat ion. j r n'isus iii.ivimnii: SI.O00REVARD! I'mcIiiniaiiiHi hy t!i (iovcnitir. 'I"i:iootoi; v ok Aiu.o.vA. Kxkictivk ina-'T 'Id All to Wlitnii Tliesf l'ri'seiils Slmll Ci.miic, (Orlill: Wiikkkas, 1 iifm mill inn f ii mi Mill 1 1 1 1 1. s.uiri'.'s Inc. ln'cii receive.! 1y ntclluil Trunk VV. Onrj. ii cili.eii of Tiii'son, I'itna count v, us uini'iii'ivil i.l Ai'lvji.'ii, in I lie mi i.l I ounty, i on I lie I 'l I. in .scincii: iicr. iv.'i, i.y .sonic poison About t wclve miles away is tlie reser voir of the I'lorence canal, a large ar tilicial lake, abuiinding in !:sh. wild game and fowl, where theaniricr and sportsman may enjoy the many happy hunts, iiout. iifiev.i miles to the north i, the l ima in.iia-i iigency. at Sacaton. with its school, farm, etc., where ;i visit w ill prove i'ii ere.sl ing and insl ruci ive. six uiiie. - -m I Ii i Cn.ijate. a l'ima Indian v ilia;- . win rv I Now. Dicicfiirc, 1, Churl. 's M. li. ih-c, Vi-lin;.' ! I Ii r. el-dor i if A i i.c .nil . !' vii t ic . if I lie mci ' ii ml :i ill I n i i'l I .,' i:i i:,c vcsicil, do lici chy oll'ci- a ' of I'uc l lio'i -it : i.l l'ol!:i:-- for il.cui- ; r " 1 ii ::(l ci nu ii'l loii of III." pc" en or pel-oils 1 v. )io coiii mil l"d t lie n fi ires:, i 1 m 'i . VVitms- W oi ::: y I I I i nu I'iioiiiiis lliidii'N mwm ('oiiipaiiy, Tucson, Arizona. Ajrict i! tutvil Implciiici K, Plumbing: and Sheet-Iron Work. 1 Jocltex'c jw lfi(f M rtel i inc-M f n ir I WiiUcn J J -- t W ' i f i I tl l i I Iih i i i I 1 ic; W ' i-Irl. rr lf.'lil I'reiiii ill to A rl.oln or as.i (o incl". . c. SMITH. -: v v - 11 - . i . ' : r" . x - 1 i- '.i ,ii i. . " i ; ; .'v.: ' vvir. 06 tL , liL V .V. POWKI.I. r a m HIE UNIVERSITY OF illlMA Is tIioi'oUs.'l.ly rU'iin-a Hint lias a 1'ininity of lile l'lMfesrors. The Third Your Heiriiu S'ptenilier J7, Is;.;j. Tuition Free to Students of Either Sex. College of Agriculture, College of Mines, College of Natural sciences, vvri.cforiatristc,' I uollege ot Letters, win, fun jti.-uh-rs. Preparatory School, l7;";iy"' i Schools of Art, S Schools of Business. VS 'rnitH l-t- -icl cl Ti C o SstO icy Know Wood Tiiiiiiis al W. That's Wlsv Ilnsk.'fj'm liny, llaisflim Tnulc, lattloiiH'ii Pnrrli-isf, i e- A. i . Groceries, Hour, iMw H(iy,Grciiii Friiilirrowcrs Huv, Am! You MiniiM (Jo To i .-c.-i :i: I he I ci ) I ol.e I went -III si (!: y i . ' ii i o he :i ill c i. 1 1 I' ! I'lli '.. I in- .--i Ji't :t ;. if .S'eii:l.v . i. . ii .-. m. uiii'i r. Attest : . Arl in.: l.ovri m I'. It. In riirrv. .' -sis i ;wii . (.' re ; .i i y nf , i i'Miii. Artote's Pioneer Merchant, h f s 5 1 ' Lmi ii ?v ill s:i .