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HONEY. HONEY. 4ml mmm -* ' * ■ ijfr ** -r 1 • C M & 9 * % : #•'«*' 4 %(r. . mmR am t Wholesale and Retail —AT— Vjiq- ft B. F. Johnson, Sons & Co, DEALERS IN GheriQxal 3^exclxa,rLd.is«. ‘ ” THE keeley institute, OF ARIZONA, For the Cure of the Liquor, Opium, Morphine, and Tobacco Habits, N eurasthenia. or Nerve Exhaustion. By Dr. Leslie B, Keeley’s Double Chlotide of Gold Remedies. The only treatment endorsed by the U. S. Government. JAMES E. BOTTOMS, \ FRANK E. PREWITT, Business Manager. I Business Manager. N. S. HUDSON, M. D. f GEO. E. PREWITT, M, D. Medical Director. 1 Medical .Dinctor, PRESCOTT, - * Ariz. / FHOENIX, - - Ariz. OolxAo. JJR- OKAS. H. JONES, PHYSICIAN k BURGEON, Temps, ..... Arizona Offiee «l Halnomon * Oil! Block. Office Hours —S to }o. oi., >to 4 end 7to 8 p. m. * ■■ " ■ jj M. GILBERT, M. D. PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Omci—Ovor Zenos Co-Op Btore. Mom aty, A. T. JJ J. JESSur, DENTIST, All work warranted'end prices very roasenable. Offcb— Porter Block. pm* Phoenix, Arizona. r. O. P. FITCH r - DENTIST. Permanently located in Mesa Office— Maodenald Street, Oppos’te Livery Stable. : n MESA, « Ariaona. r jgETHUNE A McCABE I ATTORNEYS AT-LAW. Special attention given to land, _ water and mining case*, [ Practice in all the courts, TEMPE n ARIZ. E. HOLBROOK, SURGEON DENTIST. All work rtoroatood ond prteee r«M«tikk. uOomi —Noe. I »*4l, Portor Bundles *|oents. ArtaoM. Mesa Free Press. ——■MeagffiaeßgßMsaeMgHM i p w P T. POMEROY, Notary Public & Conveyancer. Legal papers Carefully Drawn. Opposite Hakes House. MESA CITY, - - - - ARIZONA LA.WRE N CE WOODRUFF, HOMCEOPATHI9T, graduate of Il&hnaman Medical Collette, Phlla detphla, Class 1682. Office and Resldtr.ee Rooms 11, 13 and 16 Cotton Block, Fhockix. Office Hours— l to 8 a A., 1 to 8 and 6 to 8 p. m. rp H. SABIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON- Office —Two Doors East of Postoffice Residence—Robson Street, First Door South of Main. Mesa - - Arizona £)R. H.LONGMORE, Main Street, Mesa, Ariz. Three do >rs east of postoffi Office Hours.—B a. m to 6 .m. W. A. BURTON, CONTRACTOR -and s BUILDER. Estimates Furnished on Short Notice. MESA, - - - Ariz JOHN X. JONES • Boot and Shoe Maker Repairing a Specialty. Jonee Brw Winery Mesa MESA, ARIZON A, THURSDAY, JULY «, 1593. ZenosCo-Op. v*- ► The Finest Line Ever Opened in Mesa can be Seen in Our Dry Goods Dep’t, *• « *4 Which contains new, neat and fashionable dress goods, flannels, ladies’ and gents’ furnishing goods and everything usually found in a well furnished establishment. Our Hardware ana Grocery Dep’ts are stocked with the choin e>f goods. We are Agents for the Celebrated Myers Pumps, the Famous Buggy Whips and the Unexcelled Canton Clipper Plows. Our lines are of the best and our prices as low as the lowest. Special orders given prompt attention. cm AND SEE US. mr THE CHICAGO SPEC LA LIST. POME ROY BLOCK, - M ESA. Tieats all private ami chronic diseases and deformities with suc cess, where cure is possible, also all diseases peculiar to the female sex, having had exclusive experience in the treatment of Female and Ctironic Disea, lie has a Special Treatment for all those life-destroying and painful diseases, and can effect a cure in ail curable coses. CONULTATION FREE. ToiiNG WANTON. IMPORTED ENGLISH SHIRE Stallion. Will make the season, beginning March 10th and ending July 10th, at Mesa City. TERMS: Single service $lO cash; season servico, sls, note for which required at beginning of service, payable at close of season, July 10. Usual return prfvileges. T. P. BA NT A, Owner TRIPPELL & SON. Alex, Trippf.ll, E. M,, Mining Engineer and MetalurgUt. Alfkkd L Trippkll, C‘ L„ Civil Engineer and Deputy County Surveyor. Do all kinds of Architectural, Mining and Giuil Engineering. Contracts taken for buildings and es timates furnished for a l l work! Hy draulic and Canal work a specialty. , Qlock • MESA CITY. To* lay. Rise! If the Past detain you, Her sunshine and storms forget; No chains so unworthy to hold you As those of a vain regret. Sad or bright, it is lifeless ever. Cast its phantom arms away, Nor look bavk but to learn the lesson Os a nobler strife to day. The future has deeds of glory, Os honor—God grant it may; But your arm. will never be stronger Or the need so great as to-day. The congressional committee sent, out by the central government to investigate Arizona and New Mex ico to see if these far-off satrapies are sufiiciently civilized to be ad mitted into the Union, should be invited to visit Prescott. While the Courier is not in love with the spirit which prompted the sending of these gentlemen out here, all fitting courtesies should be shown them when they arrive, and a visit to Prescott—the Athens as well as the mining hub of Arizona—would go far toward causing them to make a favorable report. Should they be suffering from the free silver ague, no effort should be spared to show them that gold mines largely predomirate in Arizona and her proper classification is a gold region which is a fact. They should also be shown that there is far less crime and immorality in proportion to the population in Arizona than there is in sections inhabited by people who have caused this smelling committee to be sent out to stick their enquir ing snouts into our affairs. Won der what smelling committee in vestigated the original thirteen colonies to find out whether they were lit for self-government or to so-government and establish a great nation 1 Arizona today is peopled by an identical class of hardy pioneers as those who first settled the eastern cc.ist of Ameri | c.a. It really makes a horse-sense ; I man very tired to think over these l J matters. There, was nothing off color about sending Blount out to investigate Hawaii, but to think that native-born citizens of the United States are to be compelled to take the same medicine from the same spoon is rather discouraging. —Prescott Courier. The total value of the exports of merchandise from the United Sfates during the twelve months ended May 31, 1893, were $848,373,846, and during the corresponding period of the preceding year, $1,022,984,- 545, a decrease of $175,610,700. The values of the imports during the same period were $936,901,287 and $828,848,119 respectively, an increase of $108,053,168. During the twelve months ended Nay 31, the export of gold amounted to $123,095,553, and the imports, $20,658,725; excess of exports, $102,436,728l During the corres ponding twelve months last year, the exports of gold amounted to $48,888,224, and the imports $49,- 488,324; excess of imports $600,110 During the tsvelve month ended May 31, the exports of silver were $40,136,578 and the imports $23,- 764,542; excess of exports $16,- 372,036. During the correspond ing period last year the exports 'of silver amounted to $30,937,500 aud the imports $18,823,345; excess of exports $12,114,155. *4 The receipts of cattle in Chicago for the week ending June 17 were 57,066 head; shipments, 19,163 head; balance for killing, 37,904 head. The same time last year the receipts were 63,847 head; ship ments, 17,803 head; balance for killing, 45,684. head. Congress will meet in 1 session on August 4. So fir from being urged to call congress togeth er at an early day, th>» president is assured by his immediate advisors as well as by vis'ting democrats from a distance, that the time has been most fitly chosen. The president’s announcement, it is»gre<d on every hind has already had an excellent effect on the country. The outflow of gold has in a measure been check ed, the leading banks are organizing for .mutual and general protection and monejed men hoth east and west are plucking up confidence again. Local influences are at work supplementary to these The president himself is bringing to bear upon senators and representa tives the necessity of prompt reme dial financial legislation, and these influences cannot be expected to hastily bear fruit. Some of the ablest advocates of Mr. 'Cleveland s financial views are now abroad on the way to Europe. An irrigation meeting, the prin cipal object of which is to consider the problem of water storage, has been called to convene in Phoenix at the opera house on the 15th of July. The call for the meeting confines those entitled to partici pate to residents of the Salt River valley. The Tribune would respect fully suggest to the gentlemen hav ing the matter in charge, to make it a Territorial affair. This ques tion of water storage is one that is of vital importance to all sections of Arizona, and is at present engag ing the earnest attention of those who are in any way interested in the progress of the Territory. If the invitation is made general to all parts of Arizona it is more than likely that there would be a large, attendance from the other oounties —Florence Tribune. Don’t forget that the way to ere ate hard times is to hide away every dollar that you can get. Hold fast to it and urge everybody else to do the same. Don’t pay your debts, sr that your creditors may not be able to pay theirs, and with little or no money in circulation you may bo able to bring about times so ’‘hard” that quartz bran will be used for flour. Chinese money is made square with a hole in it to be strung on a wire,, in a nation of non-progressive, half starved misers. American money i s made round, made to roll and be kept rolling, constantly agitating the channels of a healthy circula te and aiding in the happiness of all. We shall soon see how many there are of these Chinamen born in America.—Ex. With the increased energy in gold mining which has been iucited by the low price of silver, Arizona is rapidly changing her place to the first rank of gold producing regions. The great quantities of gold coming from the Harqua Hal a district and the discovery and working of even a better gold bearing district in the Superstition mountains, together with the revival of mining in snch old gold producers as the Vultnre, Vekol, Peck, etc., and the new re gion of White Hills, will no <lo»;b> measure up to four nr five times the amount produced the last year, and even yet we are merely on the threshold of our importance as min eral producers. When silver be comes worth mining Arizona will some day astonish the world with her out put.—Herald. Among the Vines. Early in the week 'Gel. Harley Fry hitched up the tvo nags and started on a »rip of busim-ss, health and pleasure to the S indy an 1 tie mines of the Aubrey district. Ho brought back with him a number of tine specimens of gold, silver and copper ore and is enthusiastic over the mineral showing of that section and the hospitality of the people along the Sandy. The Copperhead mine owned by Dr. E W. Smith, Ed. Williams and Ed. continues to produce a fine lof. nf rich ore. It will be renumbered that the owners had a lot of ore from this mine worked at the samp ler a couple of weeks ago that sampled over SSOO to the ton and they now have another lot out. E. Ogden and Jdm Barnes are taking $450 gold ore from the Ben Butler mine and working it in an arastra. John B. Whitfield is working tht Compulsion mine and has made a strike of ore that witt run S4OBO $e the ton. Th ; s body of ore was un- , covered close to old working on the Horn Silver and where it had been walked over for years, tint 'there it was in plain’ sight waiting to be clairne d. McWrights mill is dosed down pending a sale to some Chicago parties. The Colonel says ttlhe Aubrey district is bound to come to the front, that all it needs is men to take hold and work.—Mohave Mi ner. Doctor A. J. Chandler’s survey ing party returned from reservoir Site, last week. ThejT^ - report the plan entirely feasible and say that an immense body of' water can be stored there at tom paratively a small cost. A daui 200 feet across a narrow cft&nit will back up the water for 19J miles up the river, storing sufficient water to irrigate the entire Gila valley, Dr. Chandler contemplates taking out two eanals from the proposed reservoir, running, one on the south side of the Gila, covering all the fine extent of land in thq great Casa Grande valley, and thy other on the north side, watering all the rich and fertile fruit ao§ south and southeast of Mesa City. —Oasis. ® m ——————— • A pretty spectacle: the United States sending a commission to Eu rope to ask that country if we may coin our own silver into oar owa money for our own use. It is a braen insult to the patriotism and independence of the fathers of the revolution. It is an insult to every— patriot in America. Where is the boasted manhood of our country that it does not rise up arrd rebuke the that dare do this thing? Some people have no manhood. You might pour a pint of lard on their head and let a hound dog lick it off, and they wouldn’t resent the insult.—Ex. Cattle haven’t wintered well in Utah. There has been considerable I ’"’- loss. D has been a long, solemn and cold winter. The cattle nearly »il came out thin in the spring and the grass is six weeks behind time. There is pet haps no single indus try in the United States in J which more people aro interested than in live stock. There is hardly a far mer in the land that does hot de> pend largely on either cattle, sheep or hogs. i\o. 44.