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Statehood for Arizona will bring /Continued prosperity. The Mid Winter Fair at San jFranciaoo will be a brilliant success. California has exhibits in more buildings at the fair than any other efcate in the Union. Reports f*oin St Louis manu facturers show that or*?r ill,ooo men, for sometime idle, are being |>ut to work. There are seven national banks 4® the five Indian nations, no one of which suspended duriug the re ,cent financial flurry. Texas has about 7,000,000 head .of cattle, Thfy are chiefly found west of the 100th meridian and are .* part of the wealth of arid Awtri .ea.—Ex. In dismissing an action for libel against a newspaper, a square toed judge ruled that when a newspaper finds a case of flagrant .wrongdoing and evil, it is its duty (to expose it and give it the widest circulation possible. A strong petition should go up irom Arizona to Congress asking for the purchase of that portion of •Sonora, which lies north of ,the prolongation of the boundary line, directly west from near Nogales to (the gulf which would give Arizona a much needed portion of sea coast 4>a the north eastern shores of the jGulf of Lower California.—Herald. Editor Hinton of the Irrigation Market, j&ays of this Territory “Arizona is in irrigation matters a pomwg (Country. The southern portion, hot though it be, will be xsome the paradise of horticnltural ists and the realized dream of the market gardener »nd specialist. It is arid hut fertile. Its season 4s from three to five weeks earlier than the host places in California.” ■ % Items appear from time to time 4n the territorial papers, says the Prescott Journal Miner, intimating that work has ceased on the S. F , P. AP. railroad. Such is not the /case. A force of about 100 men is at work near Iron Strings under hhe supervision of Foreman Trainoi and ia about two weeks the work on hand will be completed and his /camp moved further sontli. A recent decision in the U. S. /Court, Graham county, holds that Jthe right to appropriate water i* incident only to the land itself, and £hat- those who have initiated or /consummated a right to the land through the public land laws have a right to the water superior to (those who, though in possession of the land, have not initiated such a fight as that for water use.—lrri gation Market. The value ojf water is illustrated by the proposed rental price of 100 jniners inches for the use es San Bernardino, Cal. This is nine gal •I 1 lons flowing per second through a ' !*quare inch orifice under pressure , and amounts to 777,000 gallons 1 .each 24 hoars. The city pays , $4,950 per year for the same, or > about $157,50 per gallon each year. , 'The .price o( use in perpetuity is given at $52,000, or s4io per mi nors inches and $57.56 per gallon. - .Some artesian wells formerly used have given out.—lrrigation Age. Our varieties are correct, our Btoe A No. 1 and our prices cheaper than imported. . Mesa N umber y Co. ' t t JorßeuL J One hundred and sixty of land near 8 Mesa, all fenced and cross fenced, h /eighty acres in alfalfa. House, family o fruit orchard, good well of water, etc, f grill be rented cheap. Address }* . Jf. C. Norton, Phoenix, ft. 1 Cure forth BIk! are despondent, and no wonder, YOUR BANK ACCOUNT is r,:w. And you wish to supply the whole family from it. TAKE OUR ADVICE. »Go to The GOLDEN RULE Where yon can he supplied with f 3^illiza.ex _ 2T -f- DRY GOODS, At the low est possible Geo. Passey & Co., Proprietors. CHICAGO AND THE U WORLDiS FAIR. Send ten cents (silver) or twelve in stump* for a Handy Pocket Guide to the great exp ssition: gives informa tion ot value to every visitor. Street Guide, Hotel Prices.- Cab Fares, Res taurant Rates, etc. Describes the hiddeu pitfalls for the unwary, and hints how to keep out of them This indispensable companion to every visitor to the windy city will be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of ten cents silver or twelve cents in stamps - Address, ri. STAFFORD. Publisher, P. O. Box 2264 I\t w i j NY- Please mention this paper. NEW RESTAURANT, O —o — CENTRAL —o— MRS. LONG - 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. o MESA. - - Ariz. DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UNITED STATE - LAND OFFICE I Tucson, Ar z >na, Sept, Xsth 1801. Notice is herebv given that Frank W, Walls, of Phie-iix M&ric’pa cou ty Ar t >na, has filed mtlce of in.'-nMon V, ntek • pr iof on his land cla : m No. 1688 for the XTJJ Sec - 24. Tp 1 SR 5 E., beforeth i Clerk of the Distrct Onurt ic Ph 'enix \rU m on S iturday, the 11th day of November, 1803. He names the following witnesses to prove the comp’eto irrigation and reelamvinn of said land: James Pine. J hn f. ‘n lerson, Martin A. Lee and Charles W. Pine- all of Mesa, Ariz ona. HERBERT BROWN, Kegister, DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UNIT'D STAT'B I,A'D Oyri K I Tecs /N. Arizo a. Skit. v 2, 1893. J Notice is hereby given that And ew IT. SmMh of Phoenix Maricopa eountv, Ar'zona has fl ed notice of Intention to make final proof r>n his I desert, land cla'm No. 1682, for the K£ Sec. 18. Twp, 1 N. R. 6E, hefor the Clerk of the Dis trict Court at “hoenix Arz->na on Friday, the 10th, day of November 1893. He names the f tllowin? witnesses to prove the complete rrigation and reclamation of said land - William H. Wallace George W. Allison, William B. Ulisou ail of Mesa, Arizona and Samuel R, Wallace of Phoenix Arizona. HERBRT BROWN - Rkgistbk NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD ENTRY NO. 1158. Laud Office at Tucson, Arizona. | September 28th, 7-93, j Notice is hereby given that the foil, wing named settler has filed nrtice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix. Arizona, cn No vember 16, 1898, viz: Jhuics Arrawsmith of Lebl, Maricopa county, Arizona, for the NWJ Sec. ll.TplN R6E He names the foliowiug witnesses to prove bis con tin ROM reside* ce upon apd cultivation »f said land, viz, Henry C Rogers, Robert L. Williams, George M. Tiffany and Thomas P Biggs all ol Lehi Arizona. HERBERT BROWN, Reflates KIMBALL HOUSE- The Pioneer Hotel,of Mesa. WM. A. KIMBALL, Proprietor, « jBEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. I Fur the traveling public. 1 » Tables furnished with best the market affords. Feed Stable in connection. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. Mesa, Arizona. SHAKE! We have received for the summer trade an assortment ::of:: 3EE SLmm.oclxs, Croquet Setts OJCLCI PiltlS. THE IRVINE CO. 35 and 37 East Washington St PHOENIX, Ariz ST EVENS & ALBRIGHT, Cor. Montezuma and Adams Sts., Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Good turnouts on short notice’at all hours of the day a>>d night. Buy, se .1 and trade horses. Special attention to hoarding horst s CHOLERA secured NQ 7 UNIhItNT IT CIJRF.N Cholera. Clioldra. iU»rbu<i, H’ramp«ro3ic, I»iar« rlioesi, Hlieiiiuatihiu, ralgia, Ueadaeiie, Harathe, S ;»ru.iw», IBs - wises; €uin. Burns Etc. 7 Liniment aotß rtirectl > u P on tht ‘ IVJ. I. Llllimcil t U p jn the uur>) u , ndaliuys die pun almost ins uni.iv by Virtue »i tj sedative pr. pe. tics. It it. very pe-etr; to g a ns nature, in i w on ..pplie i in any part < f the .-ys cm ass Cieii w u p. n, it finds its way nt once to tne se .t d ihe disease ami assn* g naiurt to remove the cause. it n t i-nly aliays infla ni Cion, and stops the mo.-t a or mi vtmg pa ns. bu. it (j-rfoi ms ra .h at and pr-rmane. t cure* D it- safe i/H i ri»■ e<l t-sits w rk qu-enly ano es fecin-al.y, and is just the article needed iu eve-V famil. - . Ti e ma. y c,-.i t ficite- received hy u ni re than c-rru »urate all t hat we can puss b y sai in favor of this tiuly valuable reuieuy, Prepared at the laboratory of , Keystone Pharmacy, 216 Washington St. Phoenix Arlz. | Price, 50 Cts. per. Bottle. For Sale Dy JOHN EARNEST, MESA CITY, ARIZ. Prescription Druggist, aud dealer nl Patent Medicines, Stationery and Ready Mixed Paint. FOR FIRE INSURANCE GO TO B. F. Johnson, Sons & Co., AGENTS FOR THE OLD Phoenix Ins. Co. of Brooklyn, X. Y. American Fire Ins - Co., of Philade phia Pennsylvania “ “ “ “ •» ( Niagira “ “ * “ “ —o — FARM INSURANCE A SPECIALTY . I 1 E. F. SCHRAB, Contractor and Builder Estimates furnished on short notice. MESA, - - ARIZONA. Tile Klite. ’ MAIN STREET, - - - MFSA, ARIZ GEO. EMMETT. EhOP. SH VV I NO. SHAMPOOING and HAIR-C CITING, N FATLY and artistically done. i HEADQUARTERS for SCHOOL BOOKS. Y\ T e wi’l give FREE with each pimdiH.-e iif school hooks a rul or, with each $1 pur-hase a baa, with oach $3 nurchase a tine cloth hound gift hook. Everybody knows t.he place. PR A ’ T BROS, FCHCCL OOK DEALERS PnOEAIX. - Aril THE University of Arizona TUCSON, ARIZONA. Opens September 27, 1893. Its Third successful year. TIITIU.N FREE 10 fiUH SEXES Full courses in Mining, Metallurgy, Science, Literature, Art ani ] Business Branch os Register of IC4 pag< s sent fiee on application to DR. TRIED. B. COMSTOCK, l'midtm of Fatuity. Dealer in . Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.; Perfumery, Fancy goods, Stationery, Toilet Articles and Tobacco. Mesa, Arizona. Pioneer htai Shop! TURMAN<fc HORN, PROPS. Wagon and Carriage Making and Repairing. Horshoeing. Inter fering horses a Specialty. SATISFACTIN GUARANTEED. Oor. Main and Center Sts., Mesa. Tie linal Life Imnce Co;, OP zsrETxr ttotsss:* Writes all forms of Life and Inrestmeut PelietM, Beiag Ike Company in the United States, and largest ia tk« World, it is the mmm t * sure in. Ask for information whether ▼•* want IjtNttimue# ast ' -'i<7 V:' m- Epl X-. T. -WOOD, ■ t* PHOENIX, ARIZON*. ‘ ' * ‘ ’■’ ■ ’ 1 ‘ ! H,- /. * ’ ■ . r? n r ‘ ' *•* , MESA NISEI CO. ——„ t * f r CrlEso"\7s7 a STICELT. DR. GEO. H. KEEFER, JJruggis t, Chemist, potteciwj ud dril.r m Pm line, Fancy Melts, Peifimtrj ml Sktinsy, 1 Doctor’s Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. *• * . •.. > t •■ *% % r OPERA ROUSE DRUG STORE ,Ph«nix FRANK * MILLER’S o«eo©«eoSTAGJEC TTXT F—-im- Leaves Phoenix 7 a. tn. Umvm Florence « a.ia “ Tempo 9 “ " M«n 3p. m. “ Mesa 10:30 “ :;Bss3Hfc| « Tampe 6 “ Ar. at Florence 5 p. m. Pl.cmix w ivl t.*./: i ‘»v r - Floience Stage Leaves Phqenix, Monday; tffiimlij and Friday, and Heturas on alternate Din •’ ; •<) •: i ona •*?’ MESA & TEMBE D AfLYAfTAUIR r •i ii ■ ■■ » >» - j , mm-rr*** FREE*?*? : , Mian!. *«■ in LEAVENWORTH BUS/NEBS OOLLEOK. »• umwi tn owns .«*?*■» •£•■*** of tn*tru«ti«i te is rsor r j tavpiiiim, rm, s !• WawM* U. Uritvtrtl. M VANTILBURC * DAVISON . uun. rnua Diamondi, Wettku, Fig'Jtwttn STRICTLY Ft*ST<L*»l Watch Repairing MtfICWWUiNt '• s »<i* lllMr •- ~r . ''l . ■ .