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MISCELUJTIWg.
Old timer* sty that the Gila*
fiver was dry in June in 1868 and
jbhat in July of that year the best
rainy season known began. The
first .crop of corn ever planted in
jthis valley was raised that year by
Capt Hines, sntler of old Fort
Goodwin, without any irrigation.—
(Bulletin.
The indications point to the
early construction of several large
storage reservoirs in southern Ari
sons at a very eayly dato, and
these enterprises furnish the best
and safest investment for capital in
tfie yresfc. —Enterprise.
The best evidence of Yuma
/county’s prosperity is the fact that
her assessment roll has increased
hy $200,000 during the past year.
The Star predicts that it will in
trease by over $2,000,000 during
next year. Her soil and water
.would bring about this result.— .
Times.
on the South Gila dam is
progressing night and day. Over
'a hundred feet of the foundation
has been completed. A cable will
be stretched across the canyon to
facilitate handling material. Work
on the canal will not be resumed
after the hot weather.—Yuma
Times.
.Commercial travelers invariably
•peak in glowing terms of the pros
perous mining towns of Bisbee, in
jOoohise, and Clifton in Graham
counties. With the constantly
increasing demand all over the
world for copper wire for electrical
purposes, there is no dearth of con
sumption of the' output of these
camps.—Ex.
Had Arizona two free coinage
jsenators in congress it would wield
some influence in the present finan
cial crisis, and this fact is, perhaps
one of the principal reasons why
Arizona has not yet been admitted
)bo statehood. With the silver ques
tion settled there would be no diffi
culty in obtaining statehood, and if
Jsß extra session succeeds in dis
posing of the issue there is no good
reason why the new state should
not take the rightful position early
ja the coming year. If the people
,do not relax their effort it can easi
|y be done.—Enterprise.
There is confirmation of the pots
of gold in the Superstition moun
tains. There is confirmation also
,of immense veins of gold in many
parts of this territory. The pick
jagd the shovel of the prospector
will open up to the investors in
{mines the most wonderfully rich
gold fields this fall that have ever
been found in America. The gold
gaining problem is no longer a dif
jficultone. It is being solved every
day, and the solution is an easy
pne. There will be a rush of peo
ple into the mines of Arizona by
fall that will surprise even the
Hassayampers.—Ex.
It is thought probable that the
large unprospected gold fields of
Arizona will attraot many of the
polorado miner* recently thrown
ont of employment by the col
lapse of silver, and that new and
important discoveries will speedily
follow. Arizona is an attractive
field for the capable prospector, and
as good mines are yet undiscovered
as thoae that are now being worked.
The new and fabulously rich gold
mines of the Superstition moun
tains have been walked over for
yean by (prospectors who little
{dreamed such fortunes laid be
peath their feet; and this exper
ience will be repeated in many
other portions of the territory for 1
years to come. Chance often re- '
veals the richest lodes where the (
most careful prospecting finds lit- !
tie that ia encouraging, end in i
mining ventures chance is an im- 1
portent factor.—Enterprise.
KIMBALL HOUSE-
The Pioneer Hotel of Mesa.
WM. A. KIMBALL. Proprietor,
BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.
For the traveling public.
Tables furnished with best the market affords.
Feed Stable in connection. Horses boarded by the
day, week or month. Mesa, Arizona,
ST* SHAKE! m
We have received for the summer trade an assortment
-of;;
ECammocbis,
Croquet < Setts
and Fans.
THE IRVINE CO.
36 and 87 East Washington 8t PHOENIX, Ariz
STEVENS & ALSRfGHT,
Cor. MoQtezaip* apd Ad am* Sts.,
Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable
Good turnouts on short notice’at all
hours of the day and night.
Buy. se.l and trade horses.
Special attention to hoarding horses.
FOR FIRE INSURANCE
—OO TO
B. F. Johnson,
Sons & Co.,
AGENTS FOR
THE OLD
Phoenix Ins. Co. of Brooklyn, N. Y.
American Fire Ins* Co., of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania *? V •? *! *•
Niagara “ " " " “
—o—
FARM INSURANCE A SPECIALTY .
NEW RESTAURANT,
— o —
CENTRAL
H. BLOOMER, - Prop .
Ice Cream served. Meals at all
hours. Six loaves of bread for 25c.
Bread tickets sold. The best of every
thing on the table,
Q
MESA. - - Ariz.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 3d ju
dicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in
and for the county of Maricopa.
In the mattev of the application of the Trus
tees of the First Baptist Chnroh of Mesa City for
power to mortgage Church property.
NOTICE is hereby given that application wil
be made by the Trustees of ths First Baptist
Church of Mesa City A. T„ a religious corpora
tion, to the District Court of the 3rd Judicial
District, A, T., at the court room pf said court,
in the city of Phoenix on the 15th day of July
A. D. 1893 at 10 o’clock a. m. of that day or as
soou thereafter as said application can be heard
for an order allowing said corporation to execute
a mortgage to secure the sum of four hundred
(400) dollars upon the the church property of
said corporation described in the petition of the
Trustees of said church for that purpose on file
in the Clerk’s office of said court.
BETHUNC A McCaBK, C. H. KNAPP, ’
Attys for petitioners. Clerk.
1 E. F. SCHRAB,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates furnished on
short notice.
MESA, - - ARIZONA.
MESA
Feed & Livery Stable.
P. METB, Proprietor.
HEAT MARKET
C. FULLER, SONS & CO. Props.
Fresh Meats of all kinds
constantly on hand at
Bedrock Prices. Meats
delivered to any part of
the citj and suburbs.
Passey & Sons,
—Dealers in—
FRUITS.
muxs,
AND
FRESH
CANDIES
of all kinds,
—o-
ICE-CQLP SOOA,
LEMONADE, etc.
"•O’
Ice in Quantities to Suit:
ICE CREAM every Afternoon.
CONTEST NOTICE.
IT. 8. Land Office, Tucson, Arisona,
June 28th, 1893.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Oarlos V Ball against Jennie A Spooner for
failure to comply with the law as to Desert Land
entry No 1642 dated May 12th 1893 upon the
whole of Section 30 Township 2 S Range 5 E in
Maricopa county Arisona. wnh a view to the
Cancellation of said entry. Contestant alleging
that Contestee did not'reclaim said land by con
ducting water thereon during the statutory pe
riod ending May 12th 1893, and has not taken
any steps toward the reclamation of said laud
or given notice of her intention to take advan
tage of the Act of Maroh 3,1891 but has wholly
abandoned said tract.
The Coutestaiit having filed affidavit in this
office May 13th 1893 setting forth the fact that
after usiugdue dilligence he is unable io get
personal serviee upon the Contestee and ask
that said service may be had by publication in
the Mesa Free Press a pap or published at Mesa
Arizona. The same is here by granted and the
said, parties are hereby, summoned to appear at
the office of the Clerk of the District Court at
’hoenix Arizona on the 28th day of Augast 1893
at 10 o’clock a: m. to respond and furnish tes
timony concerning said alleged failure.
Hearing before Register apd Receiver U S
Land Office at Tucson Arizona on the 6, day of
September )89! at 3 o’olock p. m.
HERBERT BROWN
Register
The Elite.
MAIN STREET, . • MESA, ARI?
GEO. EMMETT. PHOP.
SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and
HAIR-CUTTING, NEATLY
and artistically done.
THE IMPORTED
CLEVELAND BAY
’CAPTIVE’
Will stand the present season, be
ginning April Ist and ending July
Ist, at the ranch of C. F. Rogers
one mile west of Mesa.
Terms: Single service #10; season
sls, payable at end of season.
CAPTIVE is an extra dark bay, 13
hands high, and weighs 1400 pounds
I was bred by John Lett. York, England
and was imported by W. Thompson &
Sons, was foaled in 1888 and is regis
terea.
C , F. ROQERS,
Owner
j MESA m ITEMS
READ AND DIGEST
t
Spring Medicine is good
in season and saves many
doctor bills.
Likewise when you want
to save in buying a bill of
»
DRY GOODS,
r CLOTHING,
HATS AND SHOES
—GO TO THE—
r Leaders of Low Prices
THE
Y ALKIRE DRY GOODS & CLOTHING CO.
PBOBKX3B.
- HUGHES & ROGERS ,
]
. Carriage 4 Wagon late.
And General— -
BLACKSMITHS
Repairing Neatly and Cheaply
done. Horse Shoeing a specialty.
j Macdonald bt. Ist door south of
. Main St., Mesa.
5
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
t commutation homestead NO 1495.
Land office at Tucson Arizona,
5 May 23,1893.
f Notice is hereby given that the following-nam
ed settler has filled notice of his intention t*>
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tfie Clerk of
- the District Court at Phoenix Arizona on July
Bth 1893 viz; Timothy S Mets of Mesa Maricopa
ccunty Anz, for the S J of nwJ Sec 35 Twp 1 n it
SE. lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vjs; John Angus Johnson, George
Schornick' Jedediah Q Peterson and Hyrum S
Peterson ail of Mesa Arizona.
HEKRERT BROWN.
Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead No. 760.
Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, |
June 21 1898. |
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler h&3 filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tia Clerk of
the District Court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Fri
day July 28th 1898, viz: James S Watrous of
‘ Tempe, Arizona, for the Lots 1 and 2 and the
SJ of the NEJ of Sec 6 T 1 S R 6 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continous resi lence upon and cultivation of
j said land, viv: A J Houston, John W Fitahugh
r J H Woods and Wilson W Dobson all of Tempe
j Arizona.
, HERBERT BROWN,
, Register.
3
r
- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
‘ HOMESTEAD NO: 716-
Land Office at Tuceon, Arizona |
June 21 1893, |
' Notice is hereby given that the following
i named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
. that said proof will be made before the Olerk
i of the District Court at Phoenix Arizona, on
i Friday, July 28,1893, viz: Wilson W Dobson, of
> Tempe,A rizona, for the SWJ of Sec 4, TlB IT
; 6 e.
I He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
I of said land, vis: A J Houston, John W Fits
' hugh, J H Woods and James S Watrous all o
Tempe Arikrna.
HERBERT BROWN
Register:
J H. BARNETT,
Dealer in
Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.;
Perfumery, Fancy goods,
Stationery 7 Toilet Articles
aiid Tobacco. P. O. building
Mesa, Arizona.
Piieer Bkyiiliijr
TURMAN ife HORN, PROPS.
IVagGn and Carriage Making and
Repairing. Horshoeing. Inter
fering horses a Specialty.
SATISFACTIN GUARANTEED.
Cor. Main and Center Sts., Mesa.
Tie Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
os* z&vsrvr tprs.
Writes all forms of Lila and Inrestment PolioUa. Being the oldest
Company in the United States, and largest in the World, it is the ms
to nsure in. Ask for information whether you waat Ineuranee or net
3-4- T. WOOD, -A-er’t,
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, j
IS! HD CO. \
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SPEIITG ST73P© -A-SBE ]
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DR. GEO. H. KEEFER,
Druggist, Gum in, pt thecary and dealer in
Pure Medicine, Fancy Articles, Perfumery and Stations
Doctor’s Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 1
OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE, Ph^
FRANK if MILLEIJ
STAGS LINK Sgl
Leaves Phoenix 7 a. m. Leaves Florence 6 JIB
Tempe 9 “ i " Mesa 3pH
Mesa 10:30 “ jj 11 Tempo 5
Ar. at Florence sp. m. Ar. at Phoenix 6:30
Floience Stage Leaves Phoenix, Monday; Wednesd Jj
and Friday, and Returns on alternate Days
■»<»» ' H
MESA & TEMPE DAILYST^HB
BRICK.
BRICK,
BRICK.
THE LEHI BRICKYARD IS
PREPARED TO FURNISH
PRESSED
BRICF|
D. F», W. Simkin.B
Props*
VANTILBURC It pAVISON
LEADING phoenix
1 ■ e’.asgßmy>a " ■>
Diamonds, Watches, Fine Jewelry
Ete-
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS,
YV ate hi Repairing
TSiT K&N BB DBPBKOIB VPOH.
■hikstuk 3f. 9nr< Eftst ISt NrtionJ
Bank of Phooftix*

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