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Published Every Thursday by
Tub Mesa Publishing Co.
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Thursday, December 28, 1893.
Between Phoenix and Mesa.
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Train leaves Phoenix at 8.00 a m
“ “ •• 8.30 p m
Train arrves at Tompc s. 8.80 a m
«• •« •• 4.00 pm
Train loarvi Tcmpe at 9 00am
*• ** “ 4.30 pm
Train arrives at Phoenix. ...9 30 am
•• '• •* ......5.00 pm
Stage leaver Mesa at 7.00 am
*• M ‘ 2.30 p in
Stag* leaves Tcmpe at 8 45 a m
•• *. * . ......4.15 pm
A. Hvksakrr, C. S. MAST'S,
Mem T. AM. 8. Line. Mvrr WAP. R. R.
attorney and counskllor-at-law.
Mesa, - • Arizona.
Will practice in *ll the Courts of the Territory.
Government land business a specialty. Col
leetio is orm itlv mule
tar Omci-ln Vernon k Spragf’s Real Estate
Four Peaks is "overed with snow.
Christmas was a quiet day in Me«a
Rev. Hitchcock was in town yester- j
W. Richins is expected home In a
tew days.
Prof. Netherton is in Phoenix on
official business.
Our public schools are taking their
holiday vacation.
Mr. Washington, of Phoenix, was
in Mesa Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen are home from
their bridal trip to Utah.
H. C. Garner and S. Hiner, of
Denver, were guests at the Kimball I
House this week.
Messrs. Duval and Darlington of
the Mammoth mine spent Christmas
in Phoenix.
Prcf. Lee will give > balloon ascen
sion on Monday next, including a‘
parachute jump.
L. K. Drais, sheriff of Pinal county !
was a guest at the Kimball House
Tuesday night. .
If you waat fine stationary, toys or
anything in that line call in at the
Irvine Co., Phoenix.
Frank Marion, of Florence, who'
owns some fine prospects at Goldfield,
was iu town yesterday.
Mrs. Varnuna is the guest of her
brother, Prof. A. B. Case, during her
holiday vacation.
The city election will take place on
next Tuesday. The i»olU will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Frank Robson is up from Bisbee to
see that big boy with which his wife
presented him last Thursday.
We understand that some of the
Lehi youngsters are to be arrested for
gome of their Christmas frolics.
A knife found at the postoffice hag
been left here for an owner. Prove
property and pay charges.
A mass meeting has been called for
3 o’clock Saturday to nominate candi
dates for Mayor and two Councilmen
The dance at Social Hall on Clirivt
m»rt night was said to have been
largely attended and unusually enjoy.
If you want your fortunes told call
on the popular Egyptian lortune teller.
Office hours from 4to 6. Free Press
The fields and gardens of Lehi are
now famishing green corn, green peas
ripe tomatoes and other fresh vege
Miss Mollie Long visited among
her friends in our city on last Satur
day. She is now residing in Flor
W. P. Eaton and family have re
moved to Florence where Mr. Eaton
has secured some contracts in reser*
yoir work.
The rain of last Saturday and Sun
day has infused considerable confi
dence and encouragement among the
farmers and grain sowing will now
doubtless proceed actively.
Hie City Council met Tuesday <
i n gill and transacted the usual amoun L
iof routine business. The ordinance
regulating saloon licenses was amend :
ed, making the license $12.50 per
quarter instead of $25. The officers
of the election to take place next:
Tuesday, were appointed as follows:'
Inspector W. D. Morton; Judges. H.
W. Brizzee and J. H. Pomeroy; Bal
lot Clerks, J. Tucker and W. D. Mc»
Brayer; Booth Clerks, Frank Pomeroy
and W. A. Burton; Check Clerks*
Geo. Ellsworth. There are to be a
Mayor and two Councilman elected
and a mass meeting has been called
for Saturday at 3 p. in. to make nomi
nations for these positions.
Mrs. Joel Sirrine died at the family
home on Main Street on Sunday n ght
after a painful illnesn of two or three
weeks. Her death cast a gloom over
the scores of friends and relatives of
the family for she was universally
esteemed by all who knew her. She
came here with her sister over a year
ago and made her home f*r a while at
Dr. Chandler’s, her maiden name !
being Tarr. She was married to Joel
Sirrine about a year ago. The fineral
was largely attended, Mesa Lodge I.
O. 0. F., of which Mr. Sirrine is a
member, acting as escort The be
reaved husband aid relatives have
the sincere sympathy of the entire
community in their hours of bereave-;
Deputy Sheriff C. B. Lewis on Tues
day night arrested an Indian on the
street who is supposed to be a pupil of
the Sacalou agency. He in a
happy-go-lucky frame of mind and a
few minute 4 after locking hitn up our
efficient official came in with a Mexi
can charged with having furnished
the liquor to the Indian. Word was
seat to the U. 8. Marshall who ordered
them held here un il he ‘should send j
for them. They will be tried uuder 1
l he U. S. law.
Each pupil in Mrs. Dana’s kinder
garten school was the receipicnt of a
neat lunch basket from the Bee Hive
store on the closing day last week.;
The little folks responded to lhe gen- J
erous donations by singing an appro
priate song. Mrs. Dana has inel with
a pronounced success as a kindergsrteu
teacher and it is hoped that she will
coutinue the school.
Social Hall was the scene of a more
than usually euj >yaoie occasion last
Friday night. The masked ball drew
a large ciowd and there were about'
sixty couples eu masque. Many of'
the costumes were handsome, some
uuique and some grotesque. The dan
cers unmasked at ten o’clock and from
that until 1.30 a.m. the light fantastic
was tripped by the merry dancers.
Goldberg Bros., of Phoenix, is the
popular clothing house. They now
occupy their uew store and it is a fine
one. Stocked with the finest line ofj
clothing and furnishmg goods ever |
brought to l'hoeuix. If you wantj
bargains in auy goods iu their liue
call on them.
Three or four gentlemen had their
fortunes told at the masquerade ball
Friday night by the Egyptian Coun
tess and reuowed fortuneteller. There
is a gleam of sadness in the counten
ances of the boys since the rugged
idiosyucracies of fate was revealed to
A grand re-union of the Pomeroy,
family was held at the home of W. E.
Pomeroy, this city, on Sunday last.
There were over sixty of the family
present. A splendid banquet was
served and a general good time had.
Tiiis is the first re union of the larnily |
si nee 1877. |
The many frien Is of Miss Rachel
Flatimgan and Victor Lamb con
gratulate them on their marriage
which took place 1 ist Thursday at the
Gtegory House, Phoenix.
If you want fine furniture at bed
rock prices call on Hambrook &
I Schoor, of Phoenix. They are the
; popular furniture dealers of Phoenix-
The little folks at the Gaylori man
j sion were delighted with an elegant
| Christmas tree. It was beautifully
| decorated and loaded with presents.
Our eastern visitors are charme
and delighted with our warm bright
sunlight as well as wiih our green
i fields, and bright blooming flowers.
L. W. Collins, of Phoenix, is now
driving one of Millers stages. He is
to the manor born, is gentlemanly
I and obliging.
The death of Mr. and Mm. J. F
Johnson's ten-months old baby, oe
cured on last Saturday and the lunera]
| was held Sunday. It was thought for
a few days to be convalescent, bu l
suddenly grew worse and died.
We have no competition in holiday
goods this year.
Pratt Bros.
Phoenix holiday leaders.
Free Gift*.
Wo will give to every purchaser of
$5 worth of holiday goods a solid sil
ver souvenir spoon with “Phoenix,
Ariz.” etched in bowl.
Phoenix holiday leaders.
B. F. Johnson, Sons &Co*, are offer
ing a fine line of goods now at bed
rock prices.
Ilrlnsr Your Girl.
To our si or • an 1 h ive her leave !
her nanv and gee a change at our
50ct. doll. It will co<t nothing.
Pratt Bros.
Phoenix Holiday Leaders
Patronize H me.
Each year since 1888, when people t
paid $2.50 (»r 2)e nt trees to a fraud
ulent tree dealer, has brought a shyster
among us. There is no need, how
ever, of people being taken in this
season, as the Mesa Nursery 00. is
prepared to furnish yon with all kinds
of fruit, shade and ornamental Irees
and vines at the very lowest prices,
and guarantee perfect satisfaction.
A Miniature Worhl’s Fair* I I
Can be seen at our store. The
“Ferris Wheel” and “Midway Plai
sance” in all its splendor and vari
Prvtt Bros.
Hobday Leaders..
In buying your shade trees be sure
you don’t buy wild umbrellas. Mesa;
Nursery Co., has true Texas Umbrella
rees that speak for themselves. See !
hem at the home nursery.
To those who have kindly given me
orders for trees and plants I wish to
say: Don’t allow yourselyes to loose
confidence in myself or those I repre
sent by any slanderous articles you
may see in the papers. My trees will
show up for themselves. I am here
to stay and will make it a point to
see that all get their dues.
Frank M. Hammon,
Agt. for Rio Bonito Nurseries, Cal
I am prepared to contract to supply
Plum. Prune, Almond, Apricot, Apple
Pear, Cherry, etc., etc., from 12£ to
15 cents and we guarantee the trees to
be No. 1 and if they are not we ask
no one to receive them. Umbrella
10 cents to 50 cents. All our trees
will he accompanied by inspectors
certificates and are guaranteed to be
perfectly healthy. Send to me for
catalogue. Address me at Phoenix
Agt. Rio Bonito Nursery Co. Cal.
Umtbd Statrs Land Offics. I
Tu son, A uzona, Nov. Isth, 1893. |
Notice is hereby given that Martha E* Hollins
of Tenape, Maricopa Co. Arizona, has filed no
tice of intention to make proof on her des«rt
j and claim no, 2046 for the SEJ of Sec 15 Tp 1
j South R 5 East before the Clerk of the District
j Court at Phoenix, Arizona on Satuid&y the 11th
| day of January 1894. She names the following
ito prove the complete irrigation and reclama
j tion of said laud. Clay C If.tckett, Georae J
Murts, Prank Watkins and A J Chandler all of
Meta Aiizona.
iKnck’s Restaurant
JES jflL ZErSL Jksi jftHk TST" •
Pomeroy llloclc,
The only first-class Restaurant,
in the city.
Meals at all hours to order.
Single Meals 25 cents.
<gTPrivate rooms for families.
MO Reward.
Proclamation by the
Territory of Arizona, Executive
To nil to Whom These Presents Shall
Come, Greeting.
Whereas, Information from au
thentic sources has been received by
me that Frank W. Oury, a Citizen of
Tucson, Pima County, was murdered
at Arivaca, in the said county, on the
19th of September, 1893, by some
person or persons unknown;
Now, therefore, I, Charles M. Bruce
Acting Governor of Arizona, by virtue
of the power and authority in uie
vested, do hereby offer a reward of
one thousand dollars for the arrest and
qonviction of the person or persons
j who committed the aforesaid murder
j In Witness Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the Territory to be
Done at Phoenix, the capita!, this
twenty-first day of September A D
(seal) Attest: CHAS. M. BRUCE
F. B. Deverepx. Acting Gov’&r.
Ass’t .secretary of Arizona*
B. F. Johnson,
Sons & Co.,
THE 01 d
Phoenix Ins. Co. of Brooklyn, N. Y,
American Fira Ins-Co., of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania •* " “ “ “
Niagara “ •• * “ "
The XSlite.
and artistically done.
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Undertakers’ supplies always on
Kurnittire re
paired. and job
work: done.
Motto— “ Live and Let Live.”
Give me a call.
AIN STREET. - Mesa. Ariz
Something unique even in these
days of mammoth premium offers, is
the latest effort of Stafford’s Magazine,
a New York monthly of home and
general reading.
The proposition is to send the Mag
azine one year for one dollar, the
reeular subscription price; and in ad
dition t© send each subscriber fifty
two complete novels during the twelve
months, one each week.
Think of it. You receive a new
and complete novel, by mail, post
paid, every week for fifty-two weeks,
and in addition you get the magazine
once a month for twelve months, all
fur one dollar. It is an offer which
the publishers can only afford to
make in the confident expectation of
etting a hundred thousand new sub
scribers. Among the authors in the
coming series are; Wilkie Collins,
Walter Besant, Mrs. Oliphant, Mary
Cecil Hay, Florence Marryat. An
thony Trollope, A. Canan Doyle, Miss
Braddon, Captain Marryat, Miss
Thackery and Jules Verne. If you
wish to take advantage of this unusual
opportunity, send one dollar for Staf
ford’s magazine, aud your first number
of the fifty-two novels (one each week)
which you are to receive during the
year will be sent you by return mail.
Remit by P. O. Order, registered
letter or express. Address
11. STAFFORD, Publsihes,
Stafford’s Magazine,
P. O. Box 2264,
New York, N. Y.
Please mention this paper.
Kflluri Bro’s. Mm Stars,
We are the Boys to Trade With
lotting for Men, Bovs and Millr®!
We Paralyze?o„S r't';.. ‘" 11
Don’t miss our Store, but be sure you rear I HU
sign insi ’e the door.
We have added a—
Eree EEm.plc3r2M.ent _A.gr’nc37
For the Benefit of all Laborers
Gfllil Bro’s. Mill SI
W, M. Veinoa V • A. Bfc.Cre^
Mesa Real Estate
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Arizona and Salt Riuer Valley.
We offer unequaled facilities to buyers aud sellers
and have the most extensive list of property in the City
and County. It will pay investors to get our prices be
fore purchasing.
Loans placed in first mortgage Security.
.. Notary Pnblic and Conveyancer.
Wlat Excuse Have
Foi* Living In poorly furnished rooms,
when we are selling furni
ture at such ruinously low
prices? We have only new
goods, well made and ust?
everybody right.
Hambrook & Schorr,
They can’t be put in a stocking, but they will
save money for you that can be put in that
popular bank. We refer to Charter Oak Stoves
and Ranges.
Christmas is Coming!
And will soon be here. Nothing could be more
acceptable as a gift than a Charter Oak, nor
could anything else bring more real joy and
happiness into a household. They save the.
housewife annoyance, vexation and work. 1 hey.
save, money for the husband. They save the
health of the w-hole family.

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