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We wish to call your attention to our large and well-assorted stock of Heating and Cooking Stoves, Ranges, Etc. DON’T DELAY Picking out your Heater until the] assortment is broken. This cold snap is causing a run on the stock, but having made provision for a larg er trade this fall and winter in these goods, we can still show you a complete line - ARIZONA HARDWARE CO, Chicago and the WORLDIS FAIR. Send ten cents (silver) or twelve in stamps for a Handy Pocket Guide to the great exposition: gives informa tion of value to every visitor. Street, Guide, Hotel Prices, Cab Fares, Res taurant Rates, etc. Describes the hidden pitfalls for the unwary, and hints how to keep out of them. This indispensable companion to every visitor%o the windy city will be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of ten cents silver or twelve cents in stamps- Address, H. STAFFORD, Publisher, P. O. Box 2264 New York N Y* Please mention this paper. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Hovistcad Entry No. 1586, Unites States Lanb Office, I Tucson, Arizona. Nov. 6, 1893. | Notice is hereby given that the following nam •ed settler baß filed notice it his intention to make final proof in support of his elaim, and that said proof will be made before thK Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix Arizona on Dec. 16th 1893, vis, George W Jones of Mesa Arizona, ior the Lots 6A 7, EJ, S WJ, Sec. 6Tp 2 S R 6 E, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ot said land, viz, Robert Q Banta. M. A. Lee, Henry Darlington and Newton Hackney all of Hess Arizona. Herbert Brown, Register. miscellaneous. Another international silver con ference is talked of. The trial of the noted bandit, Ohrig. Evans is in progress at Fresno. The U. S. Grand Jury at Phoe nix last week returned twenty-one indictments out of the thirty-three cases before it. The Courier says reliable cattle men informs it that 10,000 head of fat beef steers could be gathered in the vicinity of Prescott on short notiee. Col. C. H. Gray and E. H.! Hil ler were recently offered a $5,000 oash payment as a guarantee of good faith for their Arica group of six claims, if the owners would ex ecute a bond of SIOO,OOO for the group. The offer came from an English syndicate.—Times. The Willcox Stockmun says it is not generally known that the moun tains surrounding Willcox are cov ered with splendid yellow pine—a useful timber for building and other purposes, and it is only a wonder that this place is not a great lum ber depot for Southern Arizona and New Mexico. m m ] It is said the new tariff bill is , giving considerable trouble in its ' formulation and that the new measure may cause a breach in the i national democracy. A casual ] glance over the democratic grazing , ground would lead one to believe l that the great democratic family was considerably split up. 1 . . I ■. *. wm. PASSEY, UNDERTAKER. —o — Undertakers’ supplies always on band. Furniture re paired and job work: done. Motto —“ Live and Let Live.” Give me a call. MAIN STREET. - Mesa, Ariz Kuck’s Restaurant AND Pomeroy Block, MESA, - - - ARIZONA. The only tirsl-class Restaurant in the city. Meals at all hours to order. Single Heals 25 cents. Private rooms for families. DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION United States Land Office. j Tucson, Arizona, Oct 4th 1893. | Notice is hereby given that Andrew W. Imrie, of Detroit, Michigau, has filed notice of inten tion to make proof on his desert-land claim No 1651. for the whole of Sec. 6, Tp 2, S. R, 6 E, before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoe nix, Arizoua on Saturday the 18th day of No vember 1893’ He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land, George Anderson, Linwood Salter, Carlos T. Prall and William H. code ail of Mesa, Ariz. HERBERT BROWN Register. DtSE.IT LAND FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I Tucson, Arizona, Sept. 25th 1893. Notice is hereby given that Frank W, Walls, of Phoenix Maricopa county Arizona, has filed notice of in.ention to meke proof on his desert land claim No. 1683, for the NEI Sec- 24. Tp 1 S R 5 E., before the Clerk of the District Oourt at Phoenix Arizona on Saturday, the 11th day of November, 1893. He names the following witnesses to prove the completo irrigation and reclamation of said land: James Pine, John L. Anderson, Martin A. Lee and Charles W. Pine- all of Mesa, Ariz ona. HERBERT BROWN, Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD ENTRY NO. 1153. Laud Office at Tucson, Arizona. | September 28th, /893, | Notice is hereby given that the following 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 Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on No vember 15, 1893, viz: James Arrowsrnith of Lehi, Maricopa county, Arizona, for the NWJ Sec. 11, Tp 1 N R 5 E. He names the followiug witnesses to prove his continuoas residence upon and cultivation of said laNd, viz, Henry C Rogers, Robert L. Williams, George M. Tiffany and Thomas P Biggs all of Lehi Arizoua. HERBERT BROWN, J Register 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. m ■ SHAKE! -m We have received for the summer trade an assortment ::of:: JE3L ammocks, Setts L THE IRVINE CO. 35 and 37 East Washington St PHOSNIX, Ariz STEVENS & ALBRIGHT, Cor. Montezuma and Adams Sts., ! Livery, Feed and | Sale Stable Good turnouts on short notipe’at all hours of the day and night, ► Buy, se;l and trade horses. ‘ Special attention to hoarding horses k CHOLERA CANBECU J/± l, Prove,!'* NQ 7 LINIMENT IT CURES Cholera, Cholera : Morbus, Cramp-Colic, B>iar rhoea, Rlieumatism, I*eii ralgia, Headache, Earache, Sprains, Bruises; Calls. 1 , Maras. Etc. ’ Uln 7 / inimpnt. actß directly upon the DIO. /• Llflimvni upon t h e nervous system ndallays the pain almost instantly by virtue o; ts sedative properties. It is very penetrating n its nature, and wiieu applied to any part of the system all cted \v,tn pam, itfiuds its way n 3 once t,o the seat of the disease and assists nature , to remove the cause. It not only allays infla m ition, and stops the most excruciating pains s but it perfotms radical and permanent Cure*-- It is safe and snre d es its work quicKly and es fectually, and is just the article needed iu every family. Tne many certificates received by a • more than corroborate all that we can possib'.y say in favor of this truly valuable remedy, Prepared at the laboratory of : Keystone Pharmacy, 216 Washington St. Phoenix Ariz. ’ Price, 50Cts. per. Bottle. i * l For Sale By l JOHN BARNETT, i MESA CITY, ARIZ! i Prescription Druggist, aud dealer ni Patent Medicines, Stationery and Ready Mixed Paint. J •—•— ' I FOR FIRE INSURANCE —GO TO B. F. Johnson, Sons & Co., AGENTS FOR THE OLD Phoenix Ins. Co. of Brooklyn, N. Y, American Fire Ins-Co., of Philadelphia Pennsylvania “ “ “ “ “ Niagara “ “ ‘ “ “ < J —o— FARM INSURANCE A SPEC!ALT E. F. SCHRftB, Contractor and Builder Esti ates furnished on short notice. MESA, - - ARIZONA. ■Tlxe 3EsXJL‘s<x*r*. MAIN STREET, - - - MESA, ARIZ GEO. EMMETT. PHOP. SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR-CUTTING, NEATLY and artistically done. HEADQUARTERS FOR MOOL BOOKS, |W p 8* ve with each ' purchase of school books a rul tr, with each $1 purchase a bag, with each §3 purchase a fine cloth bound gift book. Everybody knows the place. PRATT BROS, SCHOOL BOOK DEALERS PHOENIX, - Ariz the: University of Arizona TUCSON, ARIZONA. Opens September 27, 1893. Its Third successful year. TUITION FREE TO BOTH SEXES Full courses in Mining, Metallurgy, Science, Literature, Art and Business Branches Register of 104 pages sent free on application to OR. TIIEO. B. COMSTOCK, President of Fatuity. Pioneer IMmill Stiopl TURMAN k HORN, PROPS. Wagon and Carriage Making and Repairing. Horshoeing. Inter fering horses a Specialty. SATISFACTIN GUARANTEED. Cor. Main and Center Sts., Mesa. T '' T ) ITI TV! COURSE BY x l Ui/ JL , Mail i WITH THK LEAVENWORTH BUSINESS COLLEGE. TO ADYERTIBI OUE COUICI We will ive-v ’ u r. course t n.atruction in double and single entry Bookkeeping and Cem meruial Arithm tic by h all Frkb of Ciiams to a limited number of pereons This course will be c impleted in forty lettsoua o charge fora Diplomas. Address PHOK F J VANDERBERO, Pres, K 2,304, §0 Delaware St Leavenworth aa The Mutual Life Mm Co., OP IfcTEJTXT 'TTOMXL Writes all forms of Life and Investmemt Policiac. Bciag Iks <44*a Company in the United States, and largest in the Werld, it is tka on. to nsure in. Ask for inform ation whether yoa want Insnranss m not Hi. T. "WOOZD, PHOENIX, ABIZONa ! agawy^Hs p .v_ . • MESA NURSERY CO. f Is ready to fill orders tor 111 Kinds of Nursery Sit o They are home.grown and free from pests and dis ease of all kinds. Our prices defy competition. x.-:.::- ■" vrarjrrrrmaßsts DR. GEO. H. KEEFER, , Druggist, Chemist, pothecary and dealer in Pint Hi*, Fane/ Articles, Pete; ail Stationer;. Doctor’s Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE . - -■ ■■ = "■ ■ r. rtv 11 ■■ ■■■ FRANK * MILLER’S 00000000ST.A.GrJE LlNU.mwosm Leaves Phoenix 7 a. m. Leaves Florence € a.n “ Tempe 9 “ jl_. ll " Mesa 3p. m, “ JMesa 10:30 “ w JTempe 6 Ar. at Florence 5 p. m. > Ar. at PLeenix 6:30 “ Flo ence Stage Leayes Phoenix, Monday; Wednesday and Friday, and Returns on alternate Days MESA &.TEMPE DAILY STAGS VANTILBURC * DAVISON LADING PHONsIX Jewelers. MSSS Diamonds, Watches, Fins Jewelry Etc• STRIOTLY BTIRS'r-CirASS, Watch Repairing THAT, til BS’BBBPBMBfiB VPOX. auiMeiea 8t- Thi e Idt jf .tia «* Bosk es Phoenix* J l BARNETT. JDaalar ia Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.; Perfumery, Fancy goods, Stationery, Toilet Articles and Tobacco. Mesa, Arizona.